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No. 3. 1 1 The Interior E, OURNAL 15, 1916. s1 ' Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, February wills Tuesdays and Fridays TEN DIRECTORS ARE APPOINTED it. ?dadthe GOOD STOCK MARKET MONDAY GOOCH AGAINST STATE-WIDT'O probated LANCASTER SEPARATOR A HIT. Court day was mighty cold but a The most remarkable machine for good sized crowd came to town not- House Settles Question At This Ses- Last Ttstaments of Mrs. Lou Shanks separating butter from cream ever sion of the Legislature. withstanding. The mercury was aid Willis Routon Filed. exhibited in Stanford, was seen by around the zero mark at daybreak Petition With Sufficient Names Is large 'crowds at W. H Higgins' store To State-wid- e prohibition was given but most of the incoming cattle Start Work Which Chamber Of In the County Court yesterday the Presented to County Court and here Saturday. It is called the Lanits death blow at the present session wills of Avs. Lou Shanks traders got here Saturday or Sun Commerce Plans To Do Next and Willis Judge Takes Action. day with their herds, so few suffer- - i of the Legislature when the House G. Rout n were probated. The f or- - caster Butter Separator, and everv Meeting Friday Night ed on the way. There were nearly failed to give the proposition to subs her son, W. C. Shanks ex- - farmer and farmer's wife who saw it, pronounced it the greatest labor a vote nd was written in the year In response to a petition signed by 1,000 cattle at the Nunnelley stock mit the question to three-fifth- of the peosaver, and butter saver, in this line, ple the necessary s majorThe appointment of ten directors The witnesses to the signa- 166 voters of Lincoln county, Judge yards and Manager T. W. Jones was kept busy all day. Very few went ity. It required 60 votes to pass the Mr. Will Severance and his they have ever seen. Mr. White of to act as an executive committee of J. P. Bailey Monday called a special House rs. Mary if. Severance. Tho the company which manufactures the new Chamber of Commerce of election, to vote on the question of away unsold. Best stockers brought vote and it only received 54, the against granting the people the agraph of Mrs. Shanks' will these mach'ines in Louisville, super- Stanford, was announced at a meetissuing bonds to the amount of very close to eight cents a pound, privilege to vote on the question bethat all of her just debts intended the demonstration, and ing of the officers of the body in its $150,000 for road purposes. The that figure being refused for an ex- ing 40. Thus the Drys lost out by and that she be buried as showed how it is possible to produce office in the Lincoln Bank building call for the election, fixed the date tra bunch of black beeves. Other stuff sold from that figure down, ac lack of six votes. the side of her beloved hus- - butter in a minute, and upon the early Monday morning. In addition on Saturday, April 15th. The debate over the question be- hn H. Shanks, in Buffalo second occasion, only 52 seconds to the officers, President J. C. Most of the names on the petition cording to quality and class. A lafge ' came very warm and considerable Vice President W. M. Bright, y, aspossible. Her residence were required. Every particle of the presented to the county court ask- number of mules were in town, but butter is extracted from the cream and" Secretary and Treasurer E. J. interest was aroused by the votes of in New Castle is left to her ing for the election were of West the severe weather kept most of the through the churning system employ- Howenstine, the directors named to buyers away. Then, too, the disease various members upon this big ques w, H. K. Bourne "as an in-End voters, sentiment in that section my affectionate regard ed in this patented machine, and the act with them are Messrs. John S. of the county, it is understood, being which has been killing them off in the tion, which will be a factor in Kenwhole process particularly strong for road rebuild- south probably had some effect on tucky politics until the people have rof hp and as a mark of my appre- - great hit with employed made a Baughman, Shelton M. Saufley, Wm. vote-upo- n a" it. Representative ciatici of his kindness, generostiy e,vei;yone who saw it Severance, W. B. O'Bannon, K. S. , ing and reconstruction, on account the sales and made the market on hy- had I'muucea Dy tnis process Alcorn, W. H. Wearen and W. H. brids rather slow as compared with W. G. Gooch, of Lincoln county, vot- and Alelity to me," is the wording of the miserable condition of the ed against it. Representatives H. C. of thfc naraeranh of , H,mDnf ,C0Inmnds a hiSher Pce than ordi- - Higgins. roads in that section. West End a few weeks' ago. Committee heads were named for Kauffman, of Garrard, Merriwether The Ibusehold effects in the home on nary farm butter and Mr. Higgins, men say however, that in initiating who is local agent for this separator, the standing committees which are Smith, of Mercer and Claude Minor, Soud Main street are left to her has this campaign for another road bond McKINNEY REAL ESTATE FIRM John L. Tanner, who has been in of Boyle, voted for it; Representa- son, V. C. Shanks and his wife, and buy arranged with E. B. Campbell to expected to get to work immediateelection, they were assured of support from other sections of the the real estate business in Oregon tives J. R. Dorman, of Jessamine and her ewelry is divided among her mers the butter produced by custo- , ly. K. S. Alcorn was made chairman who use the Lancaster separa-- of the Committee on Roads; Dr. W. To Hartwell county, which ajt the time of the pre- and Washington for the past year or George L. Pickett, of Shelby, voted threi daughters-in-lator. B. O'Bannon was made chairman of against it. These are all democrats. and JTargaret Shanks, children of W. vious election, perhaps did not favor so, has returned to his home at Mc- Republican representatives, Wall, of C. Sanks, she leaves a fund to be the Committee on Civic Improvethe proposition so strongly. The Kinney, and in this issue of the I. J, .e "Mrin . BUYS LINCOLN'S CHOICE ii ments and S. M. Saufley chairman of u ocKeasxie anat held n trust for them until they be vote at the time of the previous bond announces the organization of a ijuuici cuumies, anu J.artar oi Jruns-k- i, come of age. The remainder of her Lincoln's Choice, the splendid the Committee on Publicity. Other election was 916 against the proposal estate company at McKinney, in voted for it. propyty is to be divided among her young stallion by Kentucky's Choice, members of the committees will be to vote bonds and 864 for it, a ma- which his brother, V. M. Tanner, will four hildren : Mrs. H. K. " Bourne, dam Trixy Quick, which Nevin Car considered and appointed at the next jority of 52 votes against it. This be with him. They plan to handle vote, however, was only a very small farm lands in this and adjoining BIG WHEAT CROP IN KANSAS W. Ci Thomas H., and John H. ter and John B. Dinwiddie bought meeting Friday night. W. M. Bright, Shanki W. C. Shanks was named from Tyler Messer a short time ago, K. S. Alcorn and S. M. Saufley were proportion of the vote of the county, counties and are making up a nice on which is about 4,000, and the advo- list of farms and other property Says O. G. Speakc, Who Is Back On as exeotor and he qualified yester- was sold by his new owners here named as a special Committee Short Visit to Old Home Here. Monday to Ed Nolan, of Eubanks. Membership. It was decided that the day. cates of road bonds say that they which they will extensively adverThevill of Mr. Routen asks that Mr. Nolan took the fine young stal- initiation fee shall be $1 to be paid will be able at the election on April tise in the I. J. and otherwise, and by each member upon joining the 15th to poll a greatly increased vote do everything in their power to push .Prospects in Kansas so far for a his bo ' be buried by the side of his lion home with him and will make a organization. The question of other sales for their patrons, Mr. Tanner j bumper wheat crop, acording to O. wife Cemetery and season with him at his farm a mile all over the county. D. W. Dunn, representing the had much experience in live wire bu- G. Speake, who got in late last week, that 1. debts be paid as soon as north of Eubanks this year. Far- dues and contributions will be taken West End petitioners, brought the siness methods in the West and in for about a week's stay at his old possib Having advanced their por-- mers in that section with good mares up later as it is felt that a good sized tends to push things at McKinney. home at Hierhland. this countv. and tions his son, James Routon and will have an unusually good oppor sum must be raised to start work in petition here and filed the petition. He has opened up offices and will be who was given a warm welcome by Mrs. jBnry C. Drye, he devises that tunity to secure some high class colts the right way and to keep things moving afterwards. It was the conhis many friends in Stanford, when thissate, which consists of money by this great young sire, as he is one SHERIFF SELLS A LOT OF LAND ready for business this week. census of opinion that prominent" he came to town court day. Mr. andptes, be divided equally be-t- of the best bred in the state, and men Sheriff J. G. Weatherford held his all over the county should be his other two children, Rob- has demonstrated his worth in the Speake went out to Kansas with his LYNN WINFREY. annual public sale, Monday. He ofenlisted in the work which the ChamNews was received from Middles-bor- o family early last season, and had ert puton and Miss Annie Routon. show ring. He won at Stanford. ber of Commerce hopes to do, as its fered in front of the court house all Monday that Pi of. M. O. Win- a very successful year threshing Thejocument states that it is desired Danville and the State Fair, and is activities will not be confined solely of the property in the county upon hey act as executors, but Miss a high class individual in every way, which the state and county tax has frey, formerly of this city, and well wheat. His headquarters are at St. that and singly to the upbuilding of a very Stanford by any means. not been paid. Most of the tracts known here, was united in marriage John, which is also the home of xiuiyuueciinea anu noDert xtouion He is a coming It will be qualed as such yesterday. The dark bay in color, and of beautiful which had to be advertised were to the Miss Lynn, who had filed a "Bud" Reynolds, who went from this more of a "boosting" clearing house is- - dated March Mr. Nolan will ad25, 1915, conformation. bought in by the "State and Coun- suit against him some time ago, county out to the Sunflower State n through which number of years ago. Mr. Speake ano.s witnessed oy Mrs. Ellen T vertise him extensively at the pro- measures lookingall movements and ty," as their owners did not appear which cause'd Prof. WInfrev to re toward the benefit an4SSgorge Miller Givens per time, and he should prove a "to protect them, and this operates to sign as superintendent of the schools says that ?he wheat crop last season Gre$ of Lincoln county as a whole will great drawine; card in that section iiiim.1i riendsaij ws Oiup to par in Kansas, but ev .title tof the- - owners o the. VIil ..ill ! irwlj" ..i evening atttieTTiomlFCoT -eropetysola unteSsettlement is Beelad to learn that a satisfactorv erythmg looks mighty good so fp Kentucky Millers' Associa The crowd that attended J. S. Central W adjustment has thus been reached of this season and he is looking"- gave the other directors some made for the taxes. roads Phillips, the attractive daughter of Broughton's sale near Crab Orchard tion, big year. Mr. Speake sav his difficulties. interesting suggestions looking to the compared ' Mr. and Mrs. 1. M. Phillips, ana mr. was estimated at 800. Satisfactory tucky's and Lincoln" Mr. holding of a Wheat Show in Stane NO TIME TO "SWAP HORSES" are the finest W out in Kansas and Uppie isrown, oniy son oi airs, rai-ti- prices ruled throughout and with ford the latter part of July or the HERBERT REYNOLDS, LAWYER. Brown, were united in wedlock's Broughton is more than pleased to the mul'The country, and that (From Danville Messenger) Herbert Reynolds, one of the best that we're who talk about bad roads holy bonds. Although this was the the day's work. The farm was rented first of August. He was requested The President says that "the world the State culmination of a long courtship they to James P. Rogers for $200 per to take up the matter with is on fire." Now is no time to fire known school teachers of the coun Pfinf know what bad roads are lies Experiment Station at Lexingon at surprised their many friends, for year. It contains 73 acres and the chief of the fire department or ty, a good citizen and an active dem-- j of a once. The next meeting of the body within a half to ocrat of the Waynesburg .sectjfd j only the most intimate one knew any of his trusted lieutenants. Now 7 o'clock JESSE TRAYLOR'S PROMO I ION. intentions. After a visit of a mile of Crab Orchard. A Jersey will be held Friday night at is no time for raw recruits, for swap- was examined at Somerset He in the directors' room of the Lincoln Mr. Jesse few days here with friends and rel- cow sold for $50.50; a heifer for ping horses in but for granted license to practicjon an(j ' The many friends of passed a most rigid exay he law-wa- s Travlor, a former Lincoln county atives the happy young couple will $47; Holstein cow $47; stripper cow County National Bank and every letting well enough alone. Now is highly complimer'h;m and the man, but now of Paris, and son of go to housekeeping in Lancaster, $41.50; two other cows sold at member is urged to be present and no time for politics of any kind at a Hereford cow bring a new member with him. will be Washington. Now is the time most yers who examted that he wm Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Traylor recently where the groom is employed as $47.50 and $35.25; yearling calves glad to know that he has pharmacist in the drug store of Mr. brought $43; two of all in the history of this govern- court. It is0'rd and practice. engiBIG CROWD AT CARNIVAL. been promoted to be traveling R. E. McRoberts. Both have a host sold at $33.25; a bull for $38; 10 ment for sober, experienced heads at come to Sfr' brought $7.05 per shoats A big crowd attended the Carnineer on the L. & N.' railroad. This of friends who extend to them heartthe national capital. The MessenUGHT HERE FOR TRIAL is quite an honor for any one, es- iest congratulations and best wishes hundred; a gilt $7.35 per hundred; val given by the Expression classes B ger has already called the attention five pigs $23.50; sow and 10 .sheriff J. West Perkins, ot wnit-Mr. Traysow of the Democrats of this Congres Uy county, brought here Monday pecially a man as young as three po- for a long, happy and useful married fpigs and goats $2.10; fodder 10 4 of the Stanford Graded and High $30; School last Friday night and almost lor, s'ince there are only life. sional district to the continuing rule. land turned over to Jailer ueorge sitions of this kind on the L. & N. cents per shock; hay $12 per ton; $100 was made. A delightful lunchor ruin policy of some of those wl DeBorde Mrs. Annie Hicks, who was svstem. He has been in the service "KEG'JMASON GETS NICE JOB. Irish potatoes $1 per bushel. The eon was served, on gaily decorated have been fcr months trying to implements sold unusually tables, and each event had an interwar- indicted at the last term of court for of this road for nineteen years, havHis many friends here were glad farming tU VyUIIgl "Caailliy'jr out UppUSlUOH j.. n concealing the birth of a bastard ing started in as engine wiper at well. ested audience. Perhaps the greatto learn that popular "Keg" Mason, vey Helm, and now wants po!: ,?V child. She is a daughter of Cal Corbin at ninety cents a day. After m the est applause was received by the Clerk of Garrard, has been warn them that Cummins, of the East End. sparring match between serving his time in the machine appointed Chief Clerk of the State BAKER WALLS' MOTHER DEAD. three-roun- d "ev; face of the fact a d?mand shops, he went, on as fireman, and Board Jf Equalization, by Gov. Stanaged Rowan Saufley, Jr., and Shelton SauMrs. Barbara A. Falconberry, er before beenXgcneral lads. engineer, which place ley, though disappointment was felt 84 years, died at her home here fley, Jr., two renominan. arc attempting to BOUND FOR SUNNY FLORIDA. from that to twelve years. for Tribble acted as timekeeper filled for passenger he center cT "a particular wuimu. that thLgovernor did not see his way Thursday after a long illness, and James Today's south-boun- d . as referee, and whoseery entry would bring up a , crowded with tO reappointing EjV iveiiiieuy ui una was laid to rest in Buffalo Springs and Hartwell Shanks PuUmans whose even a draw. voosing issue, and city, who has made an efficient sec- cemetery Saturday after services by he called the bout TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: en r(mte to Florida to entry has so aengnteu wc away from the cold weather in the talked-o- f retary t)f the board for several years. Rev. W. D. Welburn, of the MethodNEWS OF THE CHURCHES. Having recently returned from A dispatch from Frankfort said of ist church. Mrs. Falconberry was a Rpmiblicans of the district that they permanently locathe North. the West and now k Presbyterian have already begun a fight for cliurch: the appointments: The State Board member of the Christian church, and ted at McKinney, have decided to go of Equalization was organized with much beloved by all who knew her. service on Wednesday evening at 7 Republican nomination in a district HEMP BOOMING IN GARRARD. into the real estate business at this which Helm has been carrying by W. M. 'Duncan, of Lawrenceburg, as She was the widow of the late Pete o'clock. Subject: Isaac, a Hero at Hemp is the product that is place with my brother, V. M. Tan- Chairman, and W. B. Mason, of Lan- Walls when she married Henry Fal- Home. two to three thousand majofrom all other Kentucky staples ner under the firm name of Lincoln caster, Chief Clerk. The Assistant conberry. By her first husband she rity It means that a few men care Rev. John B. Jones, of Boyle counthe com- little enough about Democratic suc- - with Garrard farmers for their pres County Farms Land Company, with Clerks, are E. P. Peterson, of is survived by three children, Baker ty, formerly pastor of the Stanford offices in the John L. Tanner store n.M ; Knvomber. and enough about ing season of 1916, and if and C. E. Mattingly, of Walls, Mrs. Mary Collier and Mrs. Baptist church, has accepted a call personal grievances, to ent plans see fruition, that county room, near, the canning factory-Wit- Brandenburg. The place Mr. Mason Bettie Fraytag, and by her last hus to the pastorate of the Mt. Vernon their little own 8 years experience in the real get Helm opposition at any cost, and will come into herhemp again, as one a year for band, one son, John Falconberry, all Baptist church, in Woodford county. growing dis estate business in Washington, Ore gets, pays about $600 defeating of the greatest not with any real hope of months' work. of whom have the sympathy of many He will begin his work March 1. about three or four B. Cox, Lan-lgo- n and California to help, we feel him for the nomination. As those tricts of the world. H. friends in their bereavement. hemp an election Saturday Harlan picked for the sacrifice one by one caster buver for the Paris reports that we can give to the good people At NOTES OF'CURRENT EVENTS. & Sons, of Lincoln county, who will list their county voted to issue $250,000 in decline to be led to the slaughter, dealers, E. F. Spears GOOCH SPOONAMORE. Bud Caldwell, a Somerset negro, they are now trying to persuade one the recent purchase of four car loads property with us for sale, prompt road bonds by a majority of over product, the, service and a square leal. Yours On last Wednesday afternoon had his feet so badly frosted that to enter by spreading the .absura re- - of the Garrard lint eight to one. and Miss they had to be amputated. two car truly, John L. Tanner, McKinney, Walter M. Spoonamore 'port that Mr. Helm may noTlnake Paris company shipping The Q. & C is engaged in burning Nelle Gooch, drove to the home of Edmond Bell; aged 86, and one of to a Ky. 13-the race. We do not neneve xnat loads from Lancaster direct with and destroying 500 old fashioned Rev. W. D. Welburn and were mar- the best citizens of Casey, is dead Shelby county, or a Shelby county Newark, N. J., firm last week freight cars. They are more or less ried by that gentleman. The bride, in the Walnut Hill section. go out RECEPTION. W. C. T. man, can Te made a party to such a another couple of car loads to at an dilapidated and out of condition. Skaters are traveling from one end who is an accomplished young school scheme, suicidal from a party stand to the New Jersey dealers W. C. T. U. will quotation on The McKjnnjy teacher, is a daughter of Rev. and of Philadelphia to another on ice this point and peculiarly unbecoming early date. The latest on Thursday after- Has Used Chamberlain's Cough Rem- Mrs; L. D. Gooch, of Crab Orchard, cold spell. other ancles. We don't the fiber is $11 per hundred, while have a reception ivnrvi cAVM-n-l edy for '20 Years. Mrs. Ovie Wethington has been county were noon and evenng, February 17th at while the groom is the youngest son believe that any large number of 500 acres in Garrard "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Spoonamore, appointed potsmaster at Peck, Capast week even at an the home of Irs. J. B. Smith. All Demoarats in such a county can be sold within the been used in my household for the and numbers his friends by the sey county. Mrs. Ethel Pierce has workell for such a .scheme against a advance on this figure, the reputed are cordially Invited. been postmaster at Riffe, same coun- -' past twenty years. I began giving score. per hundred man whose other constituents have price being $11.50 quotes from 7 How Mrs. Dav Got Rid of a Bad ty. it to my children when they were good humoredly accused him of sig- pounds. Agent Cox bugh. as small. As a quick relief for croup, Do You Find Fault With Everybody? nally partial efforts on behalf 'of 2 cents to 11 cents disposiConstipation. An irritable, fault-findin- g "Some time Ago I had a very bad whooping cough, and ordinary colds on Garrard's that county. We do not believe that the range of prices $8.50 per nun cough" writes Lewis T. Davis, Black-wate- r, it has no equal. .Being free from tion is often due to a disordered When-costivor troubled with concrop, a young man, after getting votes for 1915 hemp .tAv and !i 1.1. a nnn- Del- - rMy brother McCabe nninm and other harmful drugs. I stomach. A man with good digestion stipation take Chamberlain's Tablets. rv areu, tue promi- - li " himself in a smaller race-o- y I is nearlv alwavs to trive it to a a su t a a of ivai .vr i.iif Davis gave Je a small bottle Af- na,roi- - folk I nfriiiH recommended itthe great many have erood natured. A They are easy to take and most agree ses not to enter this one, will be tracts muue iui me been permanently able in effect. Obtainable to Cough Remedy. have children. 1915 crops of Chamberlain'smade a party to a plan that can not fiber. Many of the hemp showed a yield of ter taking thl I bought half a doz- a large number of friends and neigh- - benefitted by Chamberlain's Tablets possibly avail him Anything, but Garrard to the acre, some en bottles oi it but only used one bors, who have used it and speak ( after years of suffering. These which may lose the district to the about 1,600 pounds Dave Young, of the Hubble secof it," writes Mrs. Mary lets strengthen the stomach and 1,8&0 ponds, while of them as tie cough left me and I Republicans, thereby increasing the even running to tion, sold a cow to B. W. Gaines,' Obtain- - able it. to perform its functions Shortsville, N. Y. only gave a yield ihave not beh troubled since." Obdanger of losing Kentucky and the the previous year on the Crab Orchard pike, for $65. urally. Obtainable everywhere. tainable eveywhere. the acre. of about 900 pounds to presidency in November. -Mc-Clar- ANOTHER ROAD VOTE APRIL 15 y, ! of I w. real!! t..hi. . hirhe-Hustonvil- ! we three-year-ol- d, in-stru- Jther..jfWinirey's 3i I I -- SH." of-the- ir three-quarte- rs I mid-strea- m, J 100-pou- nd 1-- thaere hf thesej ex-Circ- uit eight-year-o- ld gt Mid-wee- out-rivalli- ng Camp-bellsvil- le I h 3t 1-- per-pou- nd e ' a. i. Cn-i r- - wm a.K-i.- v " - ( tab-high- ly en-JMin- -- J -- SV. K- - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, February 15, 1916. One of the most sensible things COL. WATHEN TO WED. His many friends here were interested in the following announcement, in the city papers Sunday: Mr. Joseph Bernard Mansfield announces the engagement of his sister, Miss Eleanor C', Mansfield, to Col. John B. Wathen, of Lebanon. The marriage will be solemnized early in March at the Cathedral of the Assumption. l -A- that Representative Christmas Savings Club Has En- rolled Over 500 Savings up to Feb. 1. Ac-cou- nts Frank Greener of Carroll county, did and he has done quite a number at thisf session was to move in the house lst week that the members celebrate Lincoln's birthday, on Saturday by working, and giving the people of the state some real service for the $2,000 that the legislature costs the taxpayers in salaries alone each day. I Warm Clothes. This Is A Year Of Thrift In The ed States. Get One of Our Certificates of Deposit Bearing 3 per cent, for any amt. from $25.00, up. All Children Love CENT ADS Figs" for "Syrup of (Advertsements in Liver and Kbwels hereafter be 1 cent athis column will word each in; -WORD Give It When Feverish. ; is, Bil- ious, tor oaa nream o jour Stomach. sertion, but no ad accepted for less than 25 cents. Cash must accompany all ads for this column. Count the words you have in your adv., at 1 cent each time' the adv. is to appear in the paper, and send cash Look at the tongue, Myler! If with order.) coated, it is a sure sign jylt your FOR SALE. About 4,000 No. 1 little one's stomach, liver ajl bowels need a gentle, thorough cljeJsing at white oak boards. J. S. Mobley, Mc-Kinn- LINCOLN County NATIONAL DANK. "Corner Next To Court House." Stanford, Kentucky. The Interior Journal S. M. Saufley. $1.00 A TEAR STRICTLT Publisher IN ADVANCE Entered at the postofficc at Stanford as second class mail xiatler state-wid- The representative of thelState I WANT to rent for 1916, 40 or 50 Board of Forestry made the High acres of grass land. Must be well School a visit and gave a verynter-estin- g Jtalk in the room of t Ju- watered. W. C. Shanks. Stanford. 7tf niors and Freshmen, Friday. i Superintendent W. C. Wilso anFOR SALE. Nine-pai- r of coming chapel Monday.lthat two and nounced Jn mules; porthose who wish to enter in th Orat- tion of them broken. B. ,W. Leigh, orical-, contest to be given j the Hustonville, Ky. . ? .1 cji i tnm riamfirers m' their Mis R.iiv. Ji'c&2J iin.ftv rich fellows won't try to hide them hands. Rev. P. L. Bruce made he sphnnl GlxL SALE. Extra good Blue so securely from taxation, if they a visit Monday and conducted the shel. vjPj-jc75 cents per bu- are not taxed so high on them. Just chapel exercises with a talk and read- Richmond, Kihone T. E. Baldwin, Secretary of War Garrison resignwhy they should receive the benefit : 11-- 8 ed because the President would not ing from the third chapter of First of a lower ate than the farmer-do-es CLOSING OUT SA Samuel. on his land, it is hard for us way adopt his plan for a great army, and Thos who took part in the chapel decided to look after myving back here in the bushes to under- if Henry Breckinridge thought that stand, and we opine that the great Garrison was right and the president exercises Friday, were: Piano Solo, mass of the taxpayers of the state was not, he dicf right by resigning al Janie Hocker; Reading, The Court- of goods in Hustonville at cost. VV. Leigh, Hustonville. who are farmers are not going to so. Wilson's plan is to let congress ship, Annie Katharine Matheny; Pi work out the most feasible way to ano Solo, Mary Bailey. take kindly to any such program. handle the preparedness idea, and he FOR SALE. High class Jack, is right, and will lose no prestige Doctor' Saves coming 15 black with No man in Kentucky who knows with the people of the nation bewhite points; fine bone and ear; price a Blacksmith reasonable. W. A. Hatcher, StanRepresentative Harvey of Webster cause of this tempest in a teapot. 12-- 2 Some time ago I was taken with ford, R. D. 5. Kidney trouble which caused me to FOR SALE A few genuine buff give up my work as blacksmith. I THE BEST PLOW FOR THE FARMER, lost my appetite and could not sleep toms, Plymouth Rocks and Rhode Is. from the dreadful pains that would land Red Cockerels for sale also. come over me, from my kidneys. I Mrs. R. H. Crow, Shelby City, or was treated by a physician for' about Stanford, R. D., No. 2. three months. He could nnt hpln mo so finallv ia nrpsnrthod tt. Tim0,.oa . Liuo.1.. ... .Between Stanford and ... z , ...uwu a.. .Li.i.ivj. Swamp-Roo- t. ustonvi"e, an automobile head- I started taking some Use it on Trial; if not Satisfactory, Come Back and and before 1 nad finished takiner the ""- - " icaae icturn to l,. h: first bottle I began to eat an sleep oteeie, nustonvnie, and receive reGet Your Money. better than I had in a long time. I ward. 132 continued to take same until I was entirely cured and took on ConsiFOR SALE. Two beautiful Maderable weight. hogany Pianos, like new; fine tone; I am now back working jat my bargains, $125 each, cash. Address trade again and never felt 'better in B. Greenup, 617 S. 2nd street, Louismy me. 1 appreciate what fcjwamp-Ro- ville, Ky. , 38 has done for me and wjll recommend it to anyone who suffers BOAR ESTRAY. A r.ed Duroc with their kidneys. When physicians boar, weighing about 200 pounds, fail to give relief and then prsscribe left my place in town Friday. Will Swamp-Roo- t, they sure knojv its give $1 for information leading to ' merits. I am, ' his recovery. Henry C. Anderson, Very truly yours, Stanford. three-year-old proe The question of hibition is a dead issue at this session of the legislature, and everyone who was really conversant with conditions, knew it was before the question was brought up. Now let the members get to work. There are This Chamber of Commerce movepersistent rumors that an extra session will be held to pass a new tax ment looks like the livest thing that law. There are almost 30 days of has been hatched in Stanford in the present session left so why the many years. The. surest sign that the need of an extra session, which will business men behind this movement cost the taxpayers over $2,000 a day to make this a bigger and better city for every day it is held? It is hard to mean what they say, is that they are convince us that any change in the willing and anxious to put up their tax laws which might be made at money to make it a go. Better watch Frankfort will work toward the ben- this Chamber of Commerce. The old efit of the farmers, who now consti- town's going to move along, and all tute the great backbone" of the tax- - live business men and citizens are navintr body of the state. The tax J going to be found right in the county, or Representative Pumphrey of Fleming county, will believe for a minute the charges that the latter made against Harvey in the house last week in connection with the state-wid- e bill. Such an attack coming from such a source can do Harvey no harm, and with a thorough investigation such as Harvey and his friends will see is made, will show up in the limelight the despicable methods that his traducers will resort to, to ruin any man they cannot control. This is not the first instance of this kind in Kentucky politics. urally, or is feverish, ston,ioui--, breath bad; has stomach achelsore throat, diairhoea, full of coUigive a teaspoonful of "California rrup of Figs," and in a few hours f1 the foul, constipated waste, undigested food and sour bile gently movi out of its little bowels without g'jing, and you have a well, playfu1, child again. You needn't coax sick chilcijm to take this harmless "fruit, laxa.g;" they love its delicious taste, a it always makes them feel splenffi Ask vour druceist for a- - oJlcent bottle of "California Syrup 'Figs,'; which has directions for bales, children of all, ages and for gown-up- s plainly on the bottle. Bfcare of counterfeits sold here. Tqbe sure you get the genuine, ask toee that it is made by "California ; Syrup Company." Refuse any oter kind 13-- 1 with contempt. once. j.1 When peevish, cross, lisfl, pale, doesn't sleep, doesn't eat o01:t nat- 12-2- p CLOVER SEED. 14 bushels, of good home grown clover seed for sale. Walter McKinney, Mt. Salem. 9-- 4t By trip, mile, Competent driver; rates or houi. reasonable. Phone No. 5, day; 190, night. HaiTy Carter, Stanford. 11-- 4 AUTO FOR HIRE. j. FOR SALE. The frame garage building on lot bought from H. C. 10-- 4 Anderson. See J. C. Bailey, , TEN Acres of hemp land for rent. Apply to Ashby M. Warren, Danville tf street, Stanford, Ky. 8-- FOR SALE. Full blooded Brown Leghorn Cockerels for sale, cheap, 11-l- p call phone 187. FOR SALE. 91 extra good ewes. Will sell at bargain if taken at once. Henry C. Anderson, Stanford. FINE JACK and high-grad- e for sale. C. M. Back, Ky. 12-- tf 13-- 2 ' HIGH SCHOOL NOTI MissSallie Mills Craig vte not able to attend school Mondayln account of sickness, and MissMary Walden Gooch filled the vacant We have a few suits of warm work clothes. KERSEYS and CORDUROYS that we do not want to carry to another season. We are going to make the PRICE DO OUR SELLING. Everybody who reads, knows the papers of the country are daily telling us of higher prices to come for all piece goods that contain German dyes. So these CORDUROYS and KERSEYS will cost us more next sea-soThis is something you need now and will need next winter if you live. $10.00 Kersey and $10.00 Corduroy, in plain or Norfolk Coats, at $7.00 $7.50 Kersey and Corduroy Suits at $5.00 These are bargains now if you need warm clothes. All-Wool n. McRoberts & Bailey STANFORD KENTUCKY -- ...!. 9-- 4t e GO TO- - 9-- 4t T. D. NEWLAND'S Oppositejthe Court-House, 1-- 2; Am It will do your workk, Yourself a W. J. Oliver Plow. .Eoes. Also get yourJGarden Rakes and The Chattanooga Chilled Plow itf MARDI GRA Round-Tri- p GEORGE H. FARRIS. Louisville & NashvillelRailroad. Tickets on SaleDaily February 28 to March 6, In- elusive. New Orleans $20.45; Mobile $17.20;fPenacola $16.70 from Stanford, Ky. A Onljra Day and NighiSto New Orleans Q ot Annual Clearance Sale. S. A. HALE. We will now give you one more chance to buy our Winter Goods at Cost, as we are making room for our Spring Stock. 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. State of New York county 01 iuonroe, ss. S. A. Hale, of Henrietta, N. Y., being duly sworn deposes and says that he is the person who wrdte the foregoing testimonial letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., and knows the facts stated therein to be true. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of July, 1909.; Morris T. Griffin, Notary Public. Sleeping Car fare $4 to $4.50 each way. best private homes $1 per day, or at Board s hotels $2 per day and up. For particulars see L. & N. agent first-clas- at FOR SALE. Two barred breeding cocks, $1 a piece and fine brooder, holding 200 chicks, k wicn lamp, $0, Kev. Bosshart, R. D. 3, Stanford. J2-- 2 full-bloode MISSISSIPPI black alfalfa land for sale. Stock farms a specialty. Two exceptional bargains. Registered Duroc-Jerse- y boar tigs Defender and Professor strainsi-$l2.- 50 each. Paul Finch, Crab Orclard, Ky. 12-- 8 fiWt-class More Cold Weather COMING Winter Is Just Getting Started Prepare for It by Ordering Plenty of FOX RIDGE COAL ROBINSON'S -- FOR SALE. One 40-- ft Herschell Spillman complete, with organ and engine, in one of the best territories for such Prove What Swamp-Roo- t business in the state. Stored at Bar- Will Do. For You Send "ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & bourville, Ky. AddressJBox 24. Val Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sam- ley view, is.y. 130 ple size bottle.- It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder, When writing, be sure rnd mention the Stanford Interior Journal. Regular fifty-ceKEMEDYFORMEN. and size bottles . " AM A.aaK Ml TOUK DRUGGI3 for sale at all drug stores. 5678 Dr. Letter to j Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y. MeWy-Go-Rou- nd - 1 3c at Yard 14c Delivered nt one-doll- ar HBKIklllHa -- J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY I ' THBBB - "O"" n v. " :' 15 , 1916. The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, February BE SURE TO CONSULT OR WRITE THE Miss Katherine Harris left this morning for Lexington to enter Hamilton College. Mrs. R. E. Sallee and children, of Richmond, have been the guests of her brother, Ed Ballard and wife. Spalding Hill, of Central University, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hill. W. T. Cummins, of Corbin, who has been visiting friends near McKinney, over Sunday, took the train here Monday morning for his home. Miss Gertrude Wilkinson returned Monday from a protracted stay with Mrs. E. C. Moore and other relatives in the Liberty section of Casey. Mrs. Bland Ballard, of Richmond, has been the guest of Mrs. Joseph Coffey, whose condition is slightly "' improved. Miss Sara Hundley went, to Louisville Monday afternoon to take a position in one of the large department stores of the Falls City. Misses Josephine Beasley and Mary Walden Gooch accompanied by Mr. Willie Pepples spent Sunday in Lancaster. Mrs. E. C. Walton has rtturned home after being with her sister. Mrs. Blanche Mims at Louisville and Catlettsburg. Mrs. Mims is much improved in health now. Mr. W. O. Scott of Covington, who has been at the bedside of his nother, Mrs. David Scott for the past seven weeks has returned to Covington. Mrs. C. I. Dorsey and pretty little daughter, Meota, arrived late Jast week for a visit to her father, Judge W. L. Dawson and her sister. Mrs. E. D. Eads and family. President J. S. Hocker, of .the First National Bank, left this morning for Atlanta to visit his daughter. Mrs. W. 0. Foster, and family. H& may run down to Florida during his absence. mong those here court day from the EastVEnd were: Messrs. J. S.. Robinson, S. T. Tatem, Josh and John Wilson, George Holmes, Jr., Al Holmes, Atha Catron, B. G. Hold-ma- n and J. P.,Rogers. Misses Ruth Darnell, Nancy Katharine McKinney, Sallie' Mills Craig, Elizabeth Eldridge and Josephine Carpenter motored to Danville to attend the basket ball game Friday between C. U. and Georgetown, the latter being defeated by only a few points. Miss Lottie Carson went to Cincinnati Sunday to spend a week or so in the millinery store of Samuel Ach, one of the biggest" in City. After catching on tt the styles it is probable that she 'will take a position in the millinery store of Mrs. Will S. Adams in Lebanon. thk-Queen OFFICERS OF THE ( New Electric Brand House Dresses. MADE LIKE YOU MAKE THEM AT HOME See the Adjustible Waist Band and Adjustible Hem. 5i ADJUSTABLE l$l ess. J RrisxNSU!,iiy. ? hn ITi sit r. First National Bank, STANFORD, KY. Before Opening Your Bank Account. They Will Pay You Three Per Cent. Interest V on time deposits, and three per cent Interest on Savings Accounts, and will' Furnish you the money to run your business, granting such accommodations as are consistent with conservative and progressive banking. SAVING, LIKE SPENDING IS A HABIT-Habit That Always Brings Wealth A BARMONr-V-- A & ihl r They Have Lots Of Style And the patterns are pretty material. Ginghams and Percales at $ 1 , $1.50 and $2. urfc fcr S3 'K ,. t IS?" . S tv-KB- fetn M FT . Herman Frith, of Brodhead, was in the city this morning. Logan Westerfield, who has been Social Calendar. with Ed Brady, returned to his home ' Feb. 16. Mrs. W. A. Tribble will at Paris today. Miss Lucinda Lutes has returned entertain the Rook Club at 2 p. m. Feb. 17 The Current Events Club from a isit to her sister, Mrs. J. B will meet with Mrs. T. W. Penning Fisher in Fayette. ton Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Miss Lonnie Taylor, of Camp- Feb. 16 The Sewing Club will belI,ille is the attractive guest of meet with Miss Verna Rout at 2:30 Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Noe. p. m. Little Margaret Coffey Traylor is Wednesday, Feb. 23. The sewing very ill at the home of her parents,' circle will meet with Miss Verna Mr. and Mrs. Allen Traylor. Rout. Mrs. Bettie Reynolds, of LancasMarch 1. The Woman's Club will ter, was the guest of her old friend, have an Arts and Crafts display in Mrs. Tinsley Spoonamore. State "Bank from 2 to 10 p. m. Miss Mary D. Beck, one of the most attractive young ladies of the Miss Katherine Gentrv. of Frank-- . fort, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. McKinney section, was in town a short whiIe Monday. j Lizza Blain. T- - K- - Watson the popular insur-wa- s Miss Nell EuLanks, of Danville,: aSent attended the insurance the guest of Mrs. W. O. Martin ance. meeting at juexington rne latter part Mondady. of last week. Mrs. H. C Wray and two daughI ters, Annette and Georgia, spent several days here last week with 'Gels-I- t' DOES friends. M?s. Claire Doty "Traylor, of Richmond, has been with her daughter, "Look a' There, If You Don't Think Mrs. S. K. Dudderar and other relIt's Just "Wonderful for Corns!" atives here. "Bless my stars, look at it! Land of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gaines, of Why. just look at it! That the livin'! right off, just like peelcorn came Crab Orchard and Col. Ed Gaines, of ing' bananas. Put your finger on my Lancaster, were over Friday night to the school carnival. Miss, Leonora Riffe who has a good position at Winchester, spent several days with her father, D. b. Riffe, at --. , Personal and Social wcwammczxmm ( "Well, Should Say Work" If You Have Catarrh Read This Breathe Hyomei Four Times a Day McKinney. and Watch Results. Gives Mrs. J. W. Hagin and little daughPrompt Relief. ter, Miss Lucy Hagin, of Covington, have been with her sister, Mrs. H. C Baughman. Master George E. Saufley has been very ill, being threatened with pneumonia, but is thought now to have passed the danger line. Mrs. T. W. Pennington returned Saturday from Frankfort, where she y,oon u i151c;cf0- - m- .noo nf i w..wM Rodman W. Keenon. Mrs. J. E. Johnston, of Pittsburg, will arrive soon "to be the guest, of her father,' Mr. George Bright, and sister, Mrs. Susan B. Yeager, for some time. Misses Anna and Mac Warren are in Louisville this week attending the millinery openings. They were ac companied by Miss Ella Warren, who will spend several weeks in the -i m Ever See the Like? No Wonder Gctti-I- t' is the Biggest Selling Corn Cure iu the World:" toe, right there, don't be afraid, tne sum that's n. feel now smootn. corn was. is? well, that's where the "Well, that beats all!" That's the way ucts-i- t worKs on an corns, every corn, every time. It's the new, simple way of curing corns. You'll say goodbye to all foolish contraptions like bundling bandages, sticky tape, plassalves, and grave-diggeters, such as knives, razo3 and stops pain. Applied ecissors. "Gets-It- " In 2 seconds. Never falls. Nothing to to, hurt or press on the corn. stick "Gets-lt- " is sold everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent direct, by E. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago, 111. Sold in Stanford and recommendDId You toe-eating rs ed as the world's best corn remedy, by the Lincoln Pharmacy. ' wholesale houses. The pleasantest, most convenient and most scientific method for the treatment of catarrh is Hyomei. Simply put a few drops of Hyomei in the inhaler that comes with every complete package and then breathe its air for a few minutes, four times a day. It seems remarkable that so .simple a way of treating catarrh will effect such quick relief, but the most im portant- discoveries of science have always been the simplest. By way every breathing Hyomei in this particle of air that enters the air passages of the throat and head and goes into the lungs is charged with a healing balsam that kills the germs and bacilli of catarrh and sooflies and allays all irritation. The first day's use of Hyomei will show an improvement and in a short time there should be no further trouble from catarrh. Its action is rapid and lasting. You take no risk in buying Hyomei. A complete outfit is inexpensive but if after using you can say that it has not helped you, G. L. Penny will return your money. What other treatment for catarrh is sold 13-1- 5 under a guarantee like this? - Eads ,a popular young farmer on the Danville pike, caught a fine red fox, in an interesting fox Will Severance left Monday for hunt the other night. New York City to buy Spring and News came Friday afternoon that Summer goods for Severance & Son. Mr. E. J. Hutchings, formerly of this Five Minutes! No Dyspepsia, Thomas J. Oaks is still very low city, but now residing in Lexington Heartburn or Any Stomach at his home on Darst street, and since he sold his farm in Woodford Misery. scant hopes are held out for him. county, was very ill of rheumatism J. S. Turpin slipped on the icy of 'she heart. Mr. George H. Far- street yesterday and striking his i Sour, gassy, unset stomach, indi- - r;o Viic hvnthor-in-liiwant imme- head against the curbing of the pave- - gestibn, heartburn, dyspepsia; when ' diately to his bedside and found lirm ' ment, was painfully hurt. the food you eat ferments into gases jn a critical condition. He was still News comes from Shafter, Pulas- - antj stubborn lumps: your head aches 'verv jii at last accounts. . . .. county, that ivir. J. m. t ll Al an(j- yau. feei slck and miserable, l r r ioveu, me ki Mrs. Tom Manuel, and children, C. W. Lovell, is con- - that'swhen you realize the magic in aged father of ;,!... 11. mijjiuvcu uwu it o Vmlifivn1 n l ii there being about 12 in all in tho MUKiuuiy- :Mm.niMfl nvwl if ic wv..v. rapes t; uiapepsin. tl manes aii 'party, took a train here Saturday it ofMvinnli . . that he will be up soon. ., tjiujuuvu micrtwr T?nnicVi in fivo- a.. .11- i.iji. j fuuigii .at . min n f r.,,r;ilQ nrV.ft x. lor Kicnmonu wnere she has rela- t says he is going to be the next coun-- T If your stomach is in a continu-- , Jves'husba" d bj ty judge of Casey, was here at court' ous reVolt- -if you can't get. it reg-,JMonday. If the county is to have a ulated, please, for your sake, try ,bee warf Jh.en e republican judge it would be hard to pape's Diapepsin. It's so needless find a better or cleverer man that to have a badVomach-m- ake yourYf f her, desire,to J J ves he ' Mr. Combest. next meal a favorite food meal, ' Raymond Conrad, of Lexington, take a little Diapepsin. There f her tickets for herself of family. n" e Editor J- - E- - Rbinson N. C, who recently married Miss ' not be any distress eat without caster Record, was over Monday Opal Shanks, of Rowland, left with fear. its because Pape's Diapepsin looking over the stock market, ready his wife this morning for their home really does" regulate weak, out-oup a choice bunch of stuff in the Tar Heel State, where stomachs that: gives it its mil- - to PJ if any was on hand Mr' Rofal"son Conrad owns a nice farm, on which j lions of sales annuaWy. j he and his bride will reside. case of, is one of the closest men to Gov Get a large fifty-ceCapt. and Mrs. J. L. B. Coffey, of papes Diapepsin from any drug Stanley in this end of the state, and Frankfort, visited their parents here store. It ;s the quickest, surest the "Boys" who are hunting joos late last week. Capt. Coffey is stomach relief and cure known. It re a11 seeking his endorsement, idr. clerk of the Frankfort penitentiary, aehj aimost. like mairic it is a scien- - Robinson was m ranklort late lsi and his friends are giving him strong tific, harmless and pleasant stomach week and saw George L. Pickett, of endorsement for reappointment un- preparation' which truly belongs in Shelby county, who he says, told him, he is a candidate for the democratic 13-- 1 der the present administration. every home. nomination for congress in this disJ. L. Myers, who recently moved w. H. Wearen. the livest secretary trict. from Veechdale back to his oldnome at Milledgeville, has secured thex old thai; the Central Kentucky Millers' mill property there, which is one of Association has had in years, is in jCatarrh Cannot Be Cured the oldest landmarks in that Section. T7rjnVfnrf fhie woolr. lnnVinor .nvor CXI'. APPMC.VT10NS. as they cannot TVf,. -:ii rcacu .ujrvio ni vw.. ..- - iiii. TUVovc ..... tonr rliA old structure 1tejjisiiinuii ui mi.ceiai, iu milium uiiui . !?." me seal or tne disease. Catarrh Is n hfanri or coustituilonal disease, and in order to cure It down or what is left of it and will wheat growers. you must take Internal reaiedles. Hall's Catarri bungalow on the site. erect a nice F. N. Eubanks, a substantial far- - Cure Id taken internally, and acts directly upon regrets to know that lit- mer Of the Southern Section. Was in Cure Is not a nnarlr me.Hrlm.. It mvw t- Everyone Son Of WUM" Mnnnv mau. r,n,M !, - T w. an scribed by one of tLe bt physicians in thlsi T nxvn tle JeSSe Dunn. n,1 yiu A. country for years and is a rezular nrescrlntion. enwe llof iCV. Mr. and Mrs. Owsley Dunn, has tak - ' appreciated call. TTo lJUli? L1IUL TtrtiT It IS COmnoSPil of tho host tonic truiTPn r.rr. -..... en a turn for the worse at their home A. j. Coakley formerly of Nicholas. in the country and is thought to be is holding a fine revival at the -- 0 ow.-- unt tj, waynesDurg rsapust cnurcn ana that , "" "' tw.Uu,... & ..V CHENEY CO.. Trops., Tl,n 1,'fflo follnw cppmfH to he im - ' tiitciiuy it l -- .. j ineic tiiiive i. t...t n SoJdF.byJ.Drngglsts, price 73c. Toledo, O. J...V, i.v.. ueen auouc zu proving for a short time, after the conversions. Sake Hall's Family Pills for constipation first serious effects of his fall on the ice, several weeks ago. Wm. Marshall Bullitt, representing I the Equitable Life Assurance Society; was in Stanford a short while Mondav to discuss a point in the 11T ' ti.i . ivoDinson insurance case i.ir ueiuie muster Commissioner E. D. Pennington. Mr. Bullitt is one of the leading reWe have a full line of Collars and Hames, publicans of the state, and it is unis a candidate for derstood that he Bridles and Backhands and everything you delegate-at-larg- e from Kentucky to the republican national convention. need to properly rig up your teams. Heard About Town Pape's Diapepsin For Indigestion Or Sour, Acid Stomach C. W. w. - J.- -- .- -- u. er , "' f ! "I'SJ ?, tr 'JZ bS TS f ZZ fnlt "f1' ' MrJe,. f- ', nt ! ' .: -- . -- I 1 - .rvj WWV- I I AAVrf , VXJU?Cr SgXnXTZ&tfSXK: -. ..-- . I PLOW GEARS. TO THE PUBLIC. Your Own Flesh and Blood That is of humanity who nestles in the cradle of your arms and coos What are you doing to protect and nourish him and keep him comfortable? We keep a complete line of everything for your baby remedies for internal disorders, gentle and soothing salves and ointments for rashes and chapped spots, dainty toilet waters, cooling talcum, baby foods, nursing bottles, nipples, fine combs, soft brushes. little rosebud fragment - clothing house in this PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, Mr. F. W. Woehr, Factory Expert, gives me the advantage over one who will be in Stanford March 3, 1916. is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise LOW PRICES you a square deal. Tou will get the worth of your money, either in the Leave orders at Interior Journal cheapest grades or the higher priced. My FALL and WINTER line of or write direct to factory samples are now ready for your inspection. Call and let me show you. ADLER PIANO COMPANY H. C. RUPLEY, the Practical Tailo- 29th and Chestnut Sts. Louisville, Kentucky C. M'Clary made-to-order of-fi- ce I represent tne largest and best W.E. PERKINS, Make Your Drug Store Trading Both Easy and Crab Orchard Profitable We claim to sell 'you the finestv goods that any drug store can offer at the lowest prices consistent with high character. We claim to give you a service pleasing in the extreme; to treat you fairly whether you come in person, send the children or order by mail or telephone. We guarantee service that is satisfactory. Really, you can always do better here. J. . J. L. Beazley & Co., WryiSSyffJ iVyINNj&S i I r The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford,- Ky. .J. W. ACEY, Proprietor. Dr. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacii Undertaker Embalmer Undertaker Embalmer Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 Phone 42, Stanford, (Ky. Stanford, Kentucky. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford. w The Interior-Journa- l, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, February 15, 1916. Farm and Stock News FOR SALE. Extra good Blue Grass seed. Price 75 cents per bushel. Write or phone T. E. Baldwin, Richmond, Ky. 11-- 8 Hil-dre- th Reliable Laxative Relieved This Baby CHILD WAS BADLY CONSTIPASIMPLE REMEDY. TED UNTIL MOTHER TRIED In spite of every care and --attention to diet, children are very apt to become constipated, a condition responsible for many ills in after life unless promptly relieved. Mrs.-C- . W. Wilson of Shelbyville, , w Tenn., had trouble with her baby boy Woodrow, until she heard of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. She writes, "I can safely say Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is the best remedy of its kind on earth. It acts so gently and yet so surely. Little Woodrow was WOODROW WILSON very badly constipated and we could ' find nothing that gave relief until scribed by Dr. Caldwell for more than we tried your Syrup Pepsin, which a quarter of a century and can now j be had for fifty cents a bottle in any gave immediate relief." drug store. A trial botDr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a compound of simple laxative herbs, tle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin free from opiates or narcotic drugs, can be obtained free of charge, by mild in action, positive in effect and writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 pleasant to taste. It has been pre- - 'Washington St., Monticello, Illinois. well-stocked Robert Vanoy bought of E. P. a bull for $54. Fred Schnitzler, near Ottenheim, sold to George D. Boone, here Monday, a steer that will weigh about 700 pounds at 6 2 cents a-- pound. C. W. Lovell, south of Stanford, sold a nice mare mule here Monday to Mr. Gastineau, of Garrard, for 1-- List of Properties in Lincoln County and Stanford For Sale. FOR SALE 300 acres; residence; 150 acres in grass, balance in cultivation; 3 large stock barns; 1 large tobacco barn; on good turnpike. This is A-- l farm. ry $185. D. C. & M. E. Allen sold to T. W. Jones five heifers weighing about 600 pounds at Gc and $1. on the head; to J. D. Whitehouse three steers at 6 l-and to O. P. Huffman a cow for 4 c. W. M. Chappell, who will join his father-in-laJ. S. Broughton in Florida, shortly, bought from T. W. Jones, of this city, a nice pair of big work mules here Monday, which cost 670-pound 2c l-2w, FOR SALE. 38 acres, cottage; good barn; 5 miles from court house; bargain if sold at once. FOR SALE Price and terms right. FOR SALE. 60 acres Dix riv- frame residence on Main street, 3 cottage; squares from court house; will sell er Farm; cheap; this for $1,700 cash down; will grass, 40 for corn. 20 acres in 1 2 not stay on the market long at the FOR SALE 575 acres, miles from railroad station; in price. cottage; FOR SALE graded school district; will price large barn; like new; lot 60x228; as a whole or divide. concrete walk to Main street; FOR SALE. 82 acres; cottage; 1 large barn; good or- Price is only $1,000; cash for imchard; 70 acres in grass, balance mediate sale. FOR SALE Vacant lot 60x138 for wheat and corn; 2 miles from house, on turnpike; will on Whitley street; concrete walk; court make a price on this that will in- - price $300 if sold at once. ry m 1-- terest you. FOR SALE. Vacant lot 50x 200 on Main street; 2 squares from court house. FOR SALE 190 acres; two miles fro mHustonville; 130 acres in g3ST balance in cultivation; residence; barn 50x70; large concrete silo; lencing all new; good community; in the richest part of county. Price $75 per acre terms easy. FOR SALE. 50 acres; 1 4 miles from Stanford; residence; barn, etc; place well watered and fenced; 10 acres in grass, balance in cultivation. Price $70 per acre, if sold in the next 30 days. 1-ry NEW DIRECTORY OF HUSTONVILLE TELEPHONE CO. INCOEPORATKD V NoteNumber Changes in Your Directories. Alphabetical List A 63 55 47 88 61 66-- Adams, A. J Adams Bros Adams, C. W 64-- Z 89-- J Alcorn, Dr. E. Allen, J. J Alstott & Peyton Allen Bros., Baughman, Jones A Baughman, J K Berry, R. L Blain Hotel Bobbitt, F. P Bishop, Sam Residence Danville Street Drugs, Main Street Residence Main Street Residence Main Street Residence lm Moreland Pike Residence 8m Bradfordsville Pike City him $300. H. H. Bourne, of the Shelby City section, who was here yesterday told the I. J. that he had bought from R. Girdler his Alum Springs farm he sold him some three years ago. He w. R. Willis & Sons bought of T. d sold the farm for $800, and bought , W. Jones a couple of - beeves at 5 it back at a profit of $250. It contains 124 acres and is good farming Dr. A. W. Cain has sold to Joe land. Brown,'of Wayne county, his farm One of the finest bunches of beef , of 85 acres some six miles from Som-stu- ff offered at court day sales here erset, for $4,000. in some time was sold by Campbell J. E. Robinson, of Garrard, deliv-Bros- ., of Creelsboro, Russell county, ' ered to J. D. Whitehouse, of Boyle, Monday to J. D. Whitehouse, on the his fat cattle, a short time ago, at Danville pike. There were nine head $7.25 a hundred. Mr. Robinson in the bunch, five of them black "had two carloads, averaging about beasts, which were especially choicy. 1,200 pounds, and in nice shape. Mr. Whitehouse paid $60 a head for M. A. Maupin, of Albany, Clinton the bunch less $10 on the; herd, countv. had a nice bunch of light The nine totalled 7,280 pounds, or stockers on the market here Mon-abosevere and a half cents a day, driving about 32 heb.d thru, pound. Mr. Whitehouse was later ' They sold most of them off in small offered 8 cents a pound for the black bunches. T. W. Jones. bought three j beeves but refused the offer. cows from him for $80. 925-pounl-4- A. B. FLORENCE, Office 26,Lincoln Nat. Bank Bldg., Stanford, Ky. c. Frank Martin, near McKinney, bought here Monday from Jack Webgelding for $61. ber a Ballard, of the East End, J. P. bought a canner cow here Monday from Luther Johnson, south of town, four-year-o- ld Edmund Simpson, the well known colored farmer out on Rural Route No. 3, sold to E. L. Reinhart a 420 pound meat hog at 6 cents a pound. Edmund knows how to put the meat on 'em and says he fattened this one on acorns. Much interest was manifested in the Carter & Dinwiddie horse and stock sales here Monday and a good crowd was present, and several good sales made. They plan to maks such sales a feature of each court day and have already begun to book stock on March court day. Woods Walker, the Paint Lick Red Berkshire breeder, has recently purchased a pair of this splendid breed of swine, paying $75 for the pair. His intention is to show them m tne "Senior Tig King" ot Kcd Berkshires at the State Fair at Louis- ville this coming Fall. W. B. Burton continues his extensive shipment of mules from Lancaster to Southern markets, having sent out a car load on Tuesday to Butler, Georgia, selling these hybrids thru William R. Cook, of Lancaster, who is engaged in the mule business there this season. Mr. Burton also exported a car load of extra mules on Wednesday to the Wilson Live Stock for $25. B. G. Fox, of Danville, bought a I horse mules pair of W. H. Rigney, of here Monday from the West End, for which he paid four-year-o- ld $275. J ut B Y 100-- X 107-- J 7-- L Residence Moreland Residence Black Pike Residence 2 mi. Stanford Pike Residence 5m Peyton's Well 102 86-- S 84-- J Residence 5m McCormack Church 24-- R 45-- Z 84-Z 77 5-U City 86-- A 4-- X 103-116-- Y X 70 1-J 56 23 116-89-H H Bohon & JCo., Beck, J. L Baugh, Rev. A. H Back, C. M Barnette, Mrs. F. B Burton, J. Gilmore Bell, Sam Beeler, W. W Kidd's Store McKinney City 64-- U City 36-- J City City Residence McKinney Residence 8m BradfordsvilleTike- 45-- A 24-- J 64-- L 64-- J 84-- S G 45-- X 31 89-- S 75 4-- J Carson, Mittie Carson, Vinie . Cloyd, James Carpenter, Dr. Bertie Residence 2m Stanford Pike Residence 8m Bradfordsville Pike . ,. - 36-- L 71 65-H City City 103-- J McKinney Milling Co McKinney McCormack, Emmett Residence Main Street McKinney Deposit Bank..McKinney McKinney, Walter Mt. Salem McKinney, Mrs. R. B. ......Residence 3m McKinney Pike Marcum, Morris L Residence 5m McCormack Church Masters & Bowyer General Merchandise McKinney Morgan, Lafe Residence 3m Stanford Pike Merriman, Wm Grocery and Produce, Moreland Messer, Silas Residence 4m Milledgeville Pike Maynard, W.-Residence 2m Stanford Pike MT. SALEM ... 5m Middleburg Pike Moreland, Bank of Moreland Moreland Depot Moreland Moser, Wm Residence 5m Milledgeville Pike Moser, I. T Moreland Myers, Wm. M Residence Danville Street. Minks Hotel Moreland Mays, W. B Kidd'4 Store. B, Senator R. L. Hubble bought a 15.2 mare mule here from Green Gooch, of Waynes-burfor $165 and a hybrid, 15 2 hands, from Hop Steele for $150. W. T. Robinson, of Boyle, was over Monday looking for a few choice mules, but only found one that suited him. He bought a horse mule from James I. Wilmott for g, six-year-- 1-- $117.50. J. D. Whitehouse, the popular 68-81-- Z U 62 109-Z 117 58 35 5-H Residence 4m Hanging Fork Campbell, V. M Residence Moreland Carpenter, E. P Carpenter, Mrs. Jennie..Residence 2m Bradfordsville Pike City Carpenter, T. L Residence lm Middleburg Pike' Carson, W. P Residence Danville Pike Childress, Dr. W. J Childress, Dr. W. J Cowan, W. G Coy, Sherman H Cash, James Carpenter, A. W N 76 64--A Nat. Bank of Hustonville Main Street Nunnelley, E. D North," Grant Nave, W. D Neal, W. L Newbern, D. J., Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence 3 83-- A 110-- Y Street Residence lm Liberty Pike Office, Main 37 104-- Y 105-- X 4-- A 5-- R Residence 5m 116-67-67-- Z Y H 112-- A 108-- A 45-- L Carpenter, J. T. --. Coffey, Mrs. Eliza Cocking, J. W Carson, E. V D 113 84-- L 81-68-81-86-24-24-A L Y Z L 3m Milledgeville & Stanford Pikes 3m Milledgeville & Stanford Pikes Residence McKinney Residence McKinney Residence lm Stanford Pike Turnersville Turnersville Pike North, Frank North, M. F Nunnelley, A. R Nunnelley, R. C Owens, Sam Owens, Bowman 2m Danville Pike Middleburg Street 4m Bradfordsville Pike 3m Middleburg Pike City 2m Liberty Pike 3m Liberty Pike 4m Hanging Fork 4m Hanging Fork stock buyer on the Danville pike, sold half a dozen steers that will average 700 pounds, here Monday at about 6 2 cents a pound, retailing them out in small lots. 0. S. Grider, of Clinton county, with his partner, Mr. Cross, had a nice bunch of light stuff on the court day market Monday. They were Company at Wilson, N. C, Mr. Burand about 45 in their herd which 'they ton being a partner of this firm that-point. making frequent shipments to. drove through, of mixed stuff. They sold most of them off in small At the public sale held last Thursbunches at an average of about $40 day by Price Huffman on his farm a head. Campbell Bros., of Russell coun- on the head waters of Sugar Creek, ty, sold here Monday to S. G. An- seven miles from Lancaster, good 1-- O 86-- J 100-- Y Residence 4m McKinney Pike Residence McKinney DANVILLE. Davis, H. B Depp, J. D Dinwiddie, John Dodd, Wm Dayton, Wm 28 4-- Y Residence 5m McCormack Church Residence lm Bradfordsville Pike Moreland Residence 2m Bradfordsville Pike Residence McKinney Automobile Driver McKinney Residence Mt. Salem 3m Bradfordsville Pike 14-- L 68-A 42 103-Z 30-- Z A Dunn, Elmer Drye, Will Dameron, 81-- Z 104-- J Owen 50 65-65-66-A A E 79 83-1-U Peoples Bank of Hustonville, Main Street Peyton, Ed .rResidence 4m Stanford Pike Pile, Chas. L., Residence 3m McKinney Pike Pipes, Dr. M. Lee Moreland Powell, E. B., General Merchandise Main Street Powell, E. R Residence 2m Liberty Pike Powell, Jas. W Residence 2m Bradfordsville Pike Powell, Smith T., Residence 3m Liberty Pike Powers, Miss Ellen Residence Main Street Pruitt, Geo. B., Fur'ture & Undertaking Moreland Peyton, D. H. C P Pruitt, Geo. B ELLISBURG. Ellis, Wallace Z Residence Moreland Butcher Shop Moreland L 73-- J 89-U Evans, Lud Eads, Leslie EIHs, Adam 89-- X 89-- L 65-Z Ellis, Stephen, Jr Ellis, Stephen, Sr. Ellis Hotel Floyd, J. H Floyd, W. C Pields, W. M Gooch Hotel Gann, James-- F. J. P Givens, Miss Black Gooch, Tom Gover, Jack Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence 7m Bradfordsville Pike 8m Bradfordsville Pike Residence 8m Bradfordsville Pike lm Bradfordsville Pike lm Moreland Pike 10 13 53 108-36-Z X Z Reid, Jas. C, Riffe, G. Crit Riffe Bros., Riffe & Jones R Residence 2m Bradfordsville Pike Residence City McKinney Moreland Residence 3m Liberty Pike General Store City F Moreland 104-- 51 65-81-14-89-Y 7-- Z 45-- J 29 108-R G Residence 2m Stanford Pike Residence lm Stanford Pike Residence lm Liberty Pike McKinney Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence 3m 3m 2m 4m 5m Riffe, J. P Riffe, Wm., Rigney, W. H Rucker, 5. c, J U A 66-- J Rout, John B Routen, W. G. Reynierson, T. A Rout, Joe Will 83-- S n, 7-- X 112-- L 5-- Z Bradfordsville Pike Bradfordsville Pike Stanford Pike McKinney Pike Peyton's Well Stanford Pike Pike Middleburg Pike Elixir Springs Milledgeville 108- - J 36-36-Z L 14-- S H McKinney Residence Residence Residence Residence 2m 4m 4m 7m 108-- Y 5-- L 116-67-- U Hamilton, Perk 7-- A X 110-- Z 24-- Z 65-- S Hammond, J. A Hanson, W. D Hanson, S. R Houchin, R. M 82-- X 82-- S 30-- L 32-Z 84-- U 110-- U 5-- Hubbard, Jim Hubbard, John Helm, J. K Helm, . Sam Hicks, N. C S - 82-- Z 107-- L Hocker, J. H 74 110-- J 67-68-A Y Huffman, Mrs. Helen 32-- S 39 60 30-- J 7-- Residence Danville Street Residence 4m Middleburg Pike Honaker, J. B Residence 5m Milledgeville Pike Hubbard, Isaac Residence Moreland & Coffey Hunn Residence 5m Liberty Pike Hunn, Frank Milling Co.....Flour Mill, Main Street Hustonville City Hocker, Lou Moreland Moreland Residence 3m Middleburg Pike Residence 5m Peyton's Well Residence 3m Middleburg Pike Residence lm Bradfordsville Pike 114 65-X Singleton, Claude McKinney Sandidge, B. C Residence Sandidge, F. F ., Residence Scudder, R. S Residence Smith, Dr. J. B McKinney Spears, Roy Residence Stephenson, S. P Residence Stephenson, Jim Residence Spears, John :...Residence Stagg, Wm Residence s Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence lm Danville Pike 2m Bradfordsville Pike 2m McKinney Pike 9m Bradfordsville Pike Moreland 4m Milledgeville Pike 4m 'Milledgeville Pike 4m McKinney Pike 4m Stanford Pike 2m Middleburg Pike 3m Middleburg Pike lm Liberty Pike 3m Liberty Pike 89-- Z 34-- J STANFORD Standard Oil Company.. ..Moreland Spragens, W. A Residence 7m Bradfordsville Pike Stephenson, Stoner Residence lm Liberty Pike Thomas, Cleo Tanner, E. J Thomas & Son derson, north of Stanford, 5 head of prices prevailed as there was a large light yearling steers for $180. The crowd in attendance. The followCampbell Brothers, who are high ing are some representative prices on class traders and good buyers, had the animals and commodities offered about, 41 head of nice beeves on the as reported by the auctioneer, Capt local amrket Monday, which they Am Bourne: a yearling steer to Mr. JerPrewitt for $51; a sold at satisfactory prices. sey milk cow for $54 ; a yearling JerJ. M. Cress of Preachersville, with T. W. Jones, made an export of a sey heifer for $40; a weanling calf bay driving car load of hogs Thursday to Green, for $23; a black mare for $125; a Embry & Company, of the Queen mare in foal to jack, $135; a bunch City, the consignment containing a few cattle also; for this shipment of hoSS that commanded as much as they purchased about 40 head of ?9 Per hundred; 100 hens that hogs from William Henderson, and brought 50 cents each; farming lm-5- 0 ut porkers from Granville Lutes at ' plements, household and kitchen 6 4 cents per pound. The niture, also met with ready sate at car contained 110 head of swine good prices. running in weight from 150 to 175 ' Center Brothers, of Garrard, g the past week shipped a car load and costing them from 6 2 j of hoSs to J- - E- - Sadler & Co., Cin- to 7 cents per pound. The sale of J. Morgan Arnold, S. , cinnati, there being 100 head in the M. Rupley and Herbert Arnold, consignment that cost them around ship-w- n which was held last Saturday and $6.75 per hundred. For this some of conducted by Capt. T. D. Eng- - ment, the following were lish, was pronounced bv him to be their best purchases: From James "an all around good one." The "Bot Thompson, of the Preachersville torn" farm, containing 280 acres. ' section, a score of porkers at $6.60 well improved, was taken by J. Mor- -' Per hundred, and another bunch of gan Arnold at an agreed price of 25 head averaging 140 pounds at $7 $85 the acre. The Turpin farm per hundred; from Thomas Kalston which is unimproved and contains of Wallaceton, 20 head of swine at 570 acres, was taken in the same 7 cents per pound; from Elijah Baway by Herbert N. Arnold at $52 ker, of the Spoonville vicinity, a the aa acre. Capt. English conducted half dozen porkers that tipped anithirty years scales at about 145 pounds per the sale of this farm ago, at which time it brought $25 an mal at $6.50 per hundred. Center acre. uapt. iingnsn also saia tnat Brothers are also busy in the handstock of all kinds and farming imple ling of hybrids and making frequent ments brought good prices. Toppy trades. They recently sold a mare mule to Perry Hazelwood cattle brought around 8 cents the of Lexington for $150, and a pound and good ewes ready to lamb hybrid to W. B. Burton of brought $12 the head. Danville Lancaster for $130. Messenger. two-year-o- ld four-year-o- ld fur-abo- 1-- dur-poun- ds 1-- ! old T 86-- X 100-- J 83-- Z 8 109-- L 84-- A Tucker, George A Tupman, Thomas G Tarkington, Irvin Ware, F. M Ware, F. M Weddle, A. J., White, S. C w McKinney General Merchandise McKinney 2m Bradfordsville Pike Residence lm Stanford Pike Residence 2m McKinney Pike Residence McCormack's Church Residence 4m McKinney Pike General Merchandise McKinney General Merchandise Main Street Residence lm Danville Pike General Merchandise Main Street Moreland v The American Seeding-Machin- e Danville, Kentucky, Jan. 18, 1916 Co., J 86-- L 86-R J U 103-- Jarman, Dude Jessie, Paul Jeffers, Fred JL Residence Liberty Street Residence lm Stanford Pike Residence 3m Liberty Pike General Merchandise Mam Street General Merchandise 43 40 68-U 59 &. Weddle, A. J Wheeler, Chas Son 106-- U 48 67-- 115 44 U LIBERTY. Lair, W. H Leigh, B. W Lusk, Mrs. Alice Lewis, D. O. . .Residence Danville Street 4m Milledgeville & Stanford Pikes Weddle, Dr. A. A Wighara, W. S. . : 32-Williams, Mrs. K. 46 N Williams, Dr. O. S. . 38 Walker, S. A 68-- S U 1- 22 City 68-- U M , Moreland -- 41 66-X 1 "i- - - 106-- L 100-- Z 66-A MIDDLEBURG. . McKinaey Ice Cream Moser, John - .,,-" -- ,73-L White, Coulter Weatherford, Geo. D White, Will ;. "" Moreland zm ijiDeny riite Kesidence Residence Main "Street Residence City Butcher Shop Moreland Residence Main Street Residence Moreland i Ohio. Dear Sirs: In reference to the Superior Grass Seed Drill used, for sowing of HEMP SEED will say that we used one last year for the sowing of 125 acres of hemp. We used 25 pounds of hemp seed to the acre, and we find that is enough on the best land we have. There is no doubt in our minds of this being the most satisfactory as well as the most certain way to sow hemp, s , The seed germinate more evenly as they are covered "all about the same depth, something, that cannot be done with any other machine we have ever seen. Yours truly, HUDSON & DAVIS, Springfield, Per Hudson. Y .Yowell, Jas. H FOR SALE BY W. H. HIGGINS. Residence Danville Street I 4