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Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, February 18, 1916. ANNULLED Journal nounds at 65 ;105 pounds at pounds at 80 pounds at SO pounds at 1Z5 t V I ' . - A I r FJavanaugh"Tbl(,''-i- . Tuesdays and Fridays MURDER CASES Xx ON DOCKET For Trial At February Term of Cir-cuCourt Which Begins Here jv, Next Monday Morning it ELECTION SHORTAGE IN TOBACCO PREDICTED Fertilizer Scarcity May Affect Other States-Figure- s Take Upward-Jum- p at Danville. 85 pounds at Petitions Asking For Vote On Road Bonds Lacking in Names The road bond election called by Judge Bailey Monday for April 15th, has been called off. Th order of the county court fiixing the date for the election, was set aside when it was found that the petitions filed here Monday do not comply with the law. It was found that the names of "freeholders" on the petitions were not sufficient in number under the law to call an election. The law requires that a petition shall be signed by at least 150 "freeholders," and by that is meant property owners, to make legal a call for such an election, and the petitions filed here Monday did not contain the. names, of 150 prop-- j erty owners, over iou names were on the petitions but many of them were not property owners, which was discovered when the officials went over the petitions preparatory to issuing the necessary call for an election. Those who have been advocating the calling of another road bond election say that this oversight can and will be promptly remedied and that petitions containing more than the required 150 property owners' names will be filed with the county court on March court day. AVERAGE $22.37 $50.00 $22.00 $30.00 $19.75 $24.50 $22.50 ACCIDENT ON ICE PROVES FATAC In- the following baskets: pounds at A tobacco shortage, the like of 250 pounds at .vv. pounds at $14.00 $10.75 6J0 pounds at which has not existed in a generation pounds at $12.00 ..$16.75 Circuit Court begins Monday next Jesse Dunn, the son will probably face 'the United States AVERAGE $23.40 pounds at $16.00 next year. Now that the present and the indications are that this will pounds at $15.00 of Mr. and Mrs. Owsley Dunn, died L. Dunnigan of Boyle county, sold -. season is nearing the close it has been the following baskets: pounds at $17.00 at their home, north of Stanford, prove one of the busiest sessions that discovered that not more than half a 210 pounds at pounds at $16.75 Wednesday after several weeks sufin some time. $15.00 has been- held here crop was produced in Kentucky the 85 pounds at pounds at $13.50 i $18.00 weeks allowed There are only two past year. This alone would not 35 pounds at $ 9.50 fering from the injury which he repounds at $17.00 have been sufficient to cause anxie 100 pounds at ceived when he fell on Ice while skatfor court here during the February AVERAGE $14.00. $31.00 ty but consternation was thrown into 140 pounds at "!"""!!!!!"$33.00 term and there is a lot of business on Segal & Foster, of Casey county, ing a few weeks ago. The little felthe tobacco raising sections of Vir 65 pounds at following baskets: S25.00 sold-t- he both the criminal and civil dockets. low's brain was affected in some way, ginia and North and South Sarolina 120 pounds at l..$34.00 60 pounds at $16.25 and at times he suffered excruciating Two murder cases are set for trial the past month when fertilizer com45 pounds at $30.00 240 pounds at $30.00 panies announced an increase of over 180 pounds at at the present term of court. The $39.00 380 pounds at $24.00 agony. Everything in the power of 200 per centum in all kinds of ferti90 pounds at who shot 70 pounds at $38.00 $18.75 medical science was done for him to trial of Ethridge Alford lizers due to war conditions and oth- 165 pounds at 15 pounds at $23.00 McKinney $12.50 no avail, and death came at last and Oliver Smith to death near er influences which have served to 145 pounds at AVERAGE $26.90. $18.75 preput an end to his pain. His parlast summer is docketed for the produce a scarcity. Potash, one of 110 pounds at $15.00 G. M. Casey, of Anderson county, ents, have the deepest sympathy of sent term and Joe Hocker who killed the principal ingredients of first class 100 pounds at $12.00 sold the following baskets : befertilizers, has jumped to $500 per AVERAGE $25.34 Bob Gardner, another negro, in the 185 pounds at $14. oU a host of friends in their great ton. A South Carolina warehouseFuneral services were Jl P. Ingram, of Boyle county, sold i 250 pounds at $14.50 reavement. Hubble section a few months ago, is man, who has been in Danville this the following baskets 240 pounds at $16.50 conducted Friday over the remains also to be tried. There are some 10 week, states that in the three states 220 pounds at 50 pounds at $13.25 $18.00 of the little fellow who was a great felony cases on the dockor a dozen named not over half a crop can be 255 pounds $14.75 $14.25 270 pounds at produced the coming season, and 190 pounds 'at also be hard fought et, which will at 30 pounds at $17.00 favorite with his playmates and all $26.00 that tobacco growers will increase 200 pounds at $14.50 who knew him. He was in the fourth $25.00 320 pounds at and occupy much of the court's time. other crops and cut in half their to- 200 pounds at .r. $18.50 grade at school and was doing fine in $25.00 240 pounds at ;. A number of civil actions have Deen bacco acreage. This situation, com- 195 pounds at $13.75 his studies. The accident which $19.75 20 pounds at . file'd also so that Judge Kardin and $5 FOR BEST ADVERTISEMENT bined with the short Kentucky crop 155 pounds at $24.50 210 pounds at $17.50 : caused the lad's death was a most pe this year, is calculated to produce a 265 pounds at the other court officials will probably AVERAGE $15.82. $21.00 the light culiar one. Together with some $24.50 be kept very busy every day of the Of Stanford Is Ottered By Chamber great shortage next year. In has been 205 pounds at of these developments there 175 pounds at Of Commerce. $26.00 playmates he was skating on pond two weeks' session. in the past few days a decided ten 105 pounds at General News Notes near his father's farm a few aweeks $19.75 Whitley county, Peter Goss, of Desirous of having-- advertising dency to higher prices already. The 280 pounds at $19.50 through his attorneys Morrow & matter boosting Stanford printed on indications are that this year will be 275 pounds at Miss Jessie Jonej, 15, was married ago, during a cold spell. He fell $20.50 the most profitable for the Kentucky 230 pounds at and struck the back of his head upon ev$12.75 to H. C. Sharpless, aged 60, at Morrow and Robert B. Waddle, of the backs of envelopes used by ery business man in Stanford, the growers in the history of the state, 240 pounds at $14.00 a ridge of ice. For a day or so he Somerset, has filed suit against the and it goes without saying that when 40 pounds at $16.25 & N. railroad for 3,000 dam- Chamber of Commerce is going to the facts become well known a greatL. John Taylor, aged 83 years, died paid little attention to the injury, but give some bright. person a nice $5 AVERAGE $19.9S soon the most agonizing pains began age's, for injuries alleged to have bill for the best advertisement of ly increased acreage will be planted. county, sold at his home on Little South Fork, of to develop, W. B. Lee, and physicians came to been sustained while he was a pas- Stanford written within 200 words. Tobacco cannot be grown in North the following of Garrard the infirmities of age. baskets: unsenger on the train between his home Competent judges will be selected and South Carolina and Virginia ferthe conclusion that some structure 50 pounds at $22.50 less from 600 to 800 pounds of The Odd Fellows' building at of the brain had been broken by $26.00 and Junction City. He alleges that and the contest will last only a short tilizer is used on each acre of land. 65 pounds at The competition is free and $40.00 Ghen collapsed, causing a $10,000 the jar. They did what they could, Jby a jerk of the train he was thrown time. The Danville breaks have been the 60 pounds at open to everyone. Write out in 200 $40.00 damage. but were unable to relieve him of against a seat and his abdomen and words or less the best advertisement scenes of much activity this week, 50 pounds at $25.00 many splendid averages have 55 pounds at Judge B. J. Bethurum, of Somer- - suffering in any way except through you can think of for Stanford, and and bowels were injured. $14.25 The Walnut Street 20 pounds at .... who lives near send it in to Jay Howenstine, secre- been realized. the splendid manageW. P. Newell, 55 pounds at $16.25 fset, has been appointed a special the use of opiates. House, under tary of the Stanford Chamber of $14.00 judge to try a contested election Moreland, has filed suit against the Commerce. You may be the fortu- ment of .Jesse Overstreet and Allen 20 pounds at AVERAGE $26.82 case at Paducah. been making some sensa0 nate one to win Cincinnati Southern railroad for $5. Do it now, and Hieatt, has News of the Churches Lee & Grove, of Garrard county, tional sales, as well as the People's Starling L. Marshall, of Henderdamages to his property alleged write on one side of the paper only. House, under the direction of Col. sold the following baskets: president of the At the Methodist church Sunday, to have been done by the railroad in $17.25 son, was Ike Dunn. These houses do a strict- 245 pounds at C. HILL GETS R. F. D. NO. 3 ly commission business and the man- 210 pornds at State Farmer's Institute in session February 20: Preaching morning the process of making a fill near his A. Attorney P- - M. McRoberts SlB.75 at Frankfort. 25 pounds at place. energies to seand evening, 10:45 and 7:00; Sunuse their Appointment Is Made When Sam J. agers the biggest best for the growrepresents Mr. Newell. 75 pounds at ., $25.00 prices cure passed a bill abolish- day school at 9:30; Epworth League The senate Embry, Jr., Declines Place. Quite a number of divorce cases $29.00 ers. Growers are warned to use 170 pounds at W $17.75 ing the indeterminate sentence law, 6:30. . have been set for trial during the great care in selecting their tobacco 205 pounds at News was received from Washing- "seed this year so that good, strong 275 pounds at .Va. present term of court. Through At$15.25 and giving the jury a right to fix the Services at the Christian church torney J. N. Menefee, Jr., L. T. ton Friday of the appointment of plants may be produced. Local 145 pounds at $11.25 sentence. Sunday, February 20: Sunday school $ 7.00' Smith filed suit for divorce from his Arthur C. Hill, of Stanford, as Rural warehousemen advise the planting of 130 pounds at . Joseph Frye, the oldest Knight of 9:30; preaching 10:45; C. E. Meet-4n- g -I ....: wife Ellen Smith. Alfred Coffman Route Carrier on Route No. 3 out of seeds sold bv B. F. Kelly, of .Lancas-"fe- r; ID&naunds at . $14,75 5?30r- TriHrie1tver--aV.lio afks legal reparation from his this citsv, "Mr. Mlill received PyUffasr Tst"a7T"at"R6aTlQi:S,Vd 2f. DLake, of Springrelu? oT li5pbujids'atr.......-:sr.nr$,23-.)0from Congressman Helm Dr. Halley, of Lexington. A change wife Addie Coffman. $22.50 aged' 105. He had been a memoer Stereopticah Lecture in the evening. fo pounds at Attorney George D. Florence lias when Sam J. Embry, Jr., decided not in tobacco seed is as essential as a 2S& pounds at . $19.75 of the order since it was founded. The ladies of the Presbyterian was filed suit for divorce for Fields Salter to accept the appointment which Em- change in wheat, and corn. About oQ pounds at $22.50 Peter the Great, the famous trot- church have organized a Missionary 65; pounds at well known local colored nflm from tendered him some time ago. $26.00 a million pounds of tobacco and will one-ha- lf $40.00 ting stallion, 21 years old, was sold Study Class which will meet every his wife Ellen Salter, alleging aband- bry is attending high school in order have been sold on the Danville breaks 50 pounds at graduate with honors, and onment. 60 pounds at $40.00 for $50,000 to Stoughton Fletcher, Tuesday. The first meeting will be route would have this week. Herewith are given a few 55 pounds at the $25.00 of Indianapolis. T. J. Hill, Jr., brought to take give rural his school work, of the high averages received: Attorney with Mrs. P. L. Bruce at her home up had to AVERAGE $19.83 divorce on behalf of which he decided not to do. The poYandell & Warren, of Boyle counM The republican state convention next Tuesday. an action for J, C. Meadovys, of Garrard county, Kenton Singleton against Florence sition has been filled by a substitute ty, sold the following baskets: of New York declared strongly for sold the following baskets: Rev. William Godbey, aged 75 200 pounds at $17.50 New York's delega- years and blind the gerater portion Singleton. They were married in for several months until a perma- 140 pounds at $16.75 preparedness. 205 pounds at $21.50 nent appointment could be made. $27.00 tion will go uninstructed to the na 1900 and the charge is made that The position pays $100 a month. 105 pounds at $21.00 235 pounds at of his life, is dead at Elizabethtown. $24.50 tional convention. $29.00 280 pounds at he abandoned him in 1914. There Formal appointment was also made 45 pounds at He filled the various pulpits of his 150 pounds at $39.00 $39.00 is a son eight years of age of whom at Washington of Roger L. Hicks as 165 pounds at Mrs. Daisy Hamlett, wife of can- town when ever the occasion depounds $40.00 $20.50 230 pounds at rural route carrier at Hustonville, 195 pounds at .7. he asks the custody. 410 $24.50 didate for Secretary of State Barks-dal- e manded, for 40 years. His wife read at $19.75 short 145 pounds at was $22.00 Walter Yates filed suit through mention of whichpaper. made aof the 135 pounds at Hamlett, has sued him for di$18.75 250 pounds at to and he memorized ago in this Both time $14.75 vorce, charging cruel and inhuman the Bibledeal himthe scriptures. 280 pounds at . attorney, J. N. Saunders, for di- new appointees will start to work at 245 pounds at $17.00 90 pounds at.his of a great !...$13.75 110 pounds at $15.75 vorce from his wife, Lizzie Walls once. 75 pounds at Presbyterian church Sunday, Feb. $13.00 treatment. 160 pounds at $14.00 . Census Bureau experts estimated 20: Sunday school 9:30; service 11 Yates. The petition alleges that they AVERAGE $23.63 AVERAGE $23.38 MNCH BUYS MORE DUROCS. Clarence Burk, of Anderson coun- that the population of the United o'clock subject, "The Greatest Book were married September 1st, 1912, W. M. Foley, of Garrard county, ty, sold the following baskets: One of the biggest buyers at the sold the following baskets: States on January 1 last was and that she abandoned him on that in the World." Service 7 o'clock, 205 pounds at $14.25 and that by July 1 it would subject: "Is the World Growing Betsame day. J. O. Duncan Duroc Jersey hog sale 100 pounds at ..$18.50 190 pounds at $12.50 $29.00 290 pounds at Suit for divorce has been filed by 'at Lebanon last week was Paul Finch 185 pounds at $16.00 be 102,017,302. ter or Worse?" C. E. Topic: "How $27.00 170 pounds at $14.00 jLucy Lawson against Harry Lawson, proprietor of Drake's Creek Stock 130 pounds at The British national debt will to- to Put the 'Bible into Life" Ps. 119: $47.00 125 pounds at $16. "5 tal 2,200,000,000 pounds on March 105-11county, j Farm, in the eastern end of this 35 pounds at who is now in Bourbon 25 pounds at $50.00 155 pounds at $14.75 31, according to a statement made Abandonment is the charge. K. S. county. Mr. Finch brought a fine 195 pounds at $32.00 510 pounds at $18.00 Dr. M. D. Early was able to re$27.00 in Parliament. That is eleven billion herd of Durocs with him from Miss- 110 pounds at Alcorn is her attorney. AVERAGE $16.07 turn to his home early this week, $21.'50i Ware & Ross, of Boyle county sold dollars. Ella Long Schaffler has filed suit issippi a short time ago, mainly of 185 pounds at his friends will be glad to know $18.00 the following baskets: Schaffler, Defender and Prof, blood, and will 300 pounds at After having been divorced six and he has sufficiently recovered for divorce against Harrj $19.00 190 pounds at 30 pounds at that $17.75 months T. Garret Wright and Mrs. on grounds of cruel and inhuman add the fine individuals he purchased 70 pounds at $15.25 200 pounds at from his recent operation to be able $23.50 in, his AVERAGE $24.65 treatment. W.' B. Hansford is her at the Duncan sale to those 315 pounds at $20.00 Wright, of Whitesburg, were remar- to fill his pulpit at the Baptist church pens in the East End. The followattorney. ,$18.00 ried. They met by accident and the Sunday morning. Other services Evans & Peach, of Boyle county, 265 pounds at ..... 350 pounds at $26.00 old love was rekindled. ing were Mr. Finch's purchases: sold the following baskets will be held at the usual hour. There $18.50 500 pounds at $22.50 'Sow by Orion Chief, bred to De- - 70 pounds at The breaking of a levee on the will be no preaching in the evening, THE JOHN SPEARS SALE. '...$23.50 $17.75 325 pounds at 80 pounds at The sale of John Spears, near Hus-- 1 fender's Ohio Chief, $215; sow, by 110 pounds at $18.75 425 pounds at $18.50 Mississippi caused 3,000 persons to however. Fancy Col, bred to Pal's Premier, 175 pounds at $22.00 265 pounds at $17.00 be marooned by flood waters at tonville, on last Saturday, Feb. 12th, Rev. J. G. Bosshart, pastor of the $32.00 AVERAGE $20.65 ,..n .,t,io,i ar,ri with JnVm T? $170 sow by Col. King, bred to De- - 75 pounds at La., with only a motorboat ...c C. H. Woods & Hunt of Boyle, to aid them. Three negroes were German Reformed churches at .....$34.00 45 Dinwiddie as auctioneer, everything1 fender's Ohio Chief, $75; sow, by 130 pounds at goes to $19.75 sold the following baskets: pounds at .and Gruenheim, Superba, bred to Defender's Ohio sold well. Following is a partial list $26.00 260 pounds at ...". $17.75 drowned and 75,000 acres of farm Jeffersonville, Ind., Sunday where he 160 pounds at $25.00 145 pounds at $17.50 lands are inundated. of stock sold: One pair of 7 and Chief, $90; sow, by Defender, bred 60 nounds at $40.00 95 pounds, at in will preach in English at the St. $25.00 When the Wets succeeded mules to W. M. Fields, to Pal's Premier, $85; fall gilt, by 65 pounds at $45.00 125 pounds' at ... $24.50 amending a resolution asking con- Luke's Reformed church for his '.Defender's Ohio Chief, bred to Pal's 25 pounds at for $175; one pair of $27.00 115 pounds at $24.50 gress for nation wide prohibition, so friend, Rev. F. E. Lahr, after which 75 pounds at cerehorse mules to Will Neal for $303; Premier, $98; fall gilt, by Fancy Col, 70 pounds at 120 pounds at $18.75 to dis- he will conduct the christening mules, bred to Defender's Ohio Chief, $75; 110 pounds at , $30.00 150 pounds at $22.50 as to include compensation one pair of coining monies for Rev. Lahr's two weeks' spring gilt, by Pal's Premier, bred to 130 pounds at ..$19.75 25 pounds at $30.00 tillers whose property becomes val- old son. to Tom Crawford, for $298; one .1 $18.50 120 pounds at $18.75 ueless, the Drys themselves tabled horse mule, $90; one coming defender's Ohio Chier, $26; Sept. 70 pounds at The following mention of a gen- - v 215 pounds at AVERAGE $24.68 $18.00 the resolution. one 1915 gilt, by Pal's Premier, $18; mare mule for $112; county, tleman who married one of StanAVERAGE $20.37. Dan Combs, of Jessamine The House committee reported in bay horse, by Dignity two Sept. 1915 gilts, by Defenders sold the following baskets: Cobb and Florence, of Boyle counford's fairest, appeared in the favor of impeaching Judge J. E. Wil$16.00 ty, sold the following baskets: Dare, withdrawn at $135; one com- Ohio Chief, $31; Sept. 1915 gilt, by 150 pounds at department of the Ashland $17.00 110 pounds at $12.00 liams, of McCreary county, for aljack to Ben Price, of Pal's Premier, $14; Sept. 1915 gilt, 135 pounds at ing $15.50 380 pounds at $21.50 leged misconduct in office. If the Independent Tuesday: "Rev. U. V. 120 pounds at Milledgeville, for $75; one red gilt, by Cardinal, $15. $19.75 310 pounds at $17.00 House adopts the committee s re W. Darlington, the silver tongued 165 pounds at ready to farrow, W. B. Noel, for $20.50 315 pounds at $18.50 170 pounds at preacher, of Huntington, who is genCALF WAR ENDED. .". $20.50 275 pounds at .$16.75 port the Senate will try Judge Wil- eral conference secretary of educa175 pounds at $23.25; one red gilt,' ready to farrow, 70 pounds at The calf over which R. L. Faulk- 175 pounds at t $22.50 $21.50 liams on the charges preferred. to Will Stagg for $24.60. The farm tion and financial agent for Morris .$21.50 190 pounds at . $29.00 T. B. Dowell contended for 90 pounds at, Erzerum, the Turkish capital in Harvey College, made a fine talk was withdrawn at Eugene Dunn's ner and $24.00 145 pounds at $18.75 120 pounds at has been taken by Russian Sunday bid of $1,950. Mr. Hughes, of near the ownership in the circuit court 150 pounds at J. $22.50 100 pounds "at $19.25 Armenia, forenoon in the interest of to Faulkner, Lancaster, Avas on hand and pur- and which was awarded $24.00 275 pounds at $18.50 forces under Grand Duke Nicholas. that institution. A very large pledge ;.i 175 pounds at .:. More than 80,000 Germans under $25.00 2'20 pounds at chased several head of hogs, also a was sold to the highest bidder at the 170 pounds at $16.75 Gen von der Goltz, were said last was secured from meiribers of the $24.50 285 pounds at door, Monday. It was 195 pounds at pigs, that cost him court-hous- e sow and nine $15.50 month to be defending the strong- church. At the evening service Rev. $33.00 235 pounds at 40 pounds at close to forty dollars. Farming tools purchased by Lucien Moore for 160 pounds at $16.75 25 pounds at $13.00 hold. The victory is regarded as the Darlington preached from Mark, sold fairly well; good prices were $30.25. While it was going through 225 pounds at $19.50 3U5 pounds at $12.75 12th chapter, a very strong sermon $19.50 2X5 pounds at $16.25 greatest that the Czar's forces have to a large and interested audience." realized on several buggies; cows the courts cost accumulated amount- 265 pounds at $19.25 2!0 pounds at $12.00 won so far in their campaign against ing to about eight hundred dollars. 220 pounds at brought good prices. AVERAGE $17.7. ....$18.75 the Turks. 135 pounds at ..,.."., Adair News. After Lagrippe What? JH. K. Sebastian, of Garrard coun-tj- l, AVERAGE $32.55 What Children Need Now. sold the following baskets: E. D. Sagftser, of 'Jessamine counF. G. Prevo, Bedford, Ind., writes: This May Interest You. 2(10 .pounds at , $17.75 In spite of the best care mothers Cut This Out It Is Worth Money. ty, sold the 'following baskets: lagrippe left me with If you suffer with pains in your. 220 pounds at THIS. Cut out this 125 pounds 'at ......-V- . $14.50 $16.00 DON'T MISS can crive them this weather brings cold. I tried everything. $16.25 back or side, stiff and sore musplesl $16.50. llO pounds at Foley & Co., 135 pounds at . . sickness to many children. Mrs. T. Hip, enclose with 5c to .: $15.00 or joints, or rheumatic aches, or have ;Z4.ou 155 pounds at so thin it looked as if I never 160 pounds at Neureuer, Eau Claire, Wis., writes: Chicago, 111., writing your name and 140 pounds at ,. 50 pounds at $18.50 symptoms of kidney trouble such as would get well. Finally, two bottle3 $24.00 $33.00 $20.50 55 pounds at "Foley's Honey apd Tar cured my address clearly. You will receive in 135 pounds at ...--. , , 0 pounds at $24.00 puffy swellings under the eyes or of Foley's Honey and Tar cured me. $34.00 croup after return a trial package containing Fo- 115 pounds at boy of a severe attack of pounds at $23.00 sleep disturbing bladder ailments, I am now well and back to my nor50 .'. $47.00 other remedies had failed. Itt is a ley's Honey and Tar Compound, for 165 pounds at ..., --. $22.50, you should know that Foley Kfdney mal weight." A reliable remedy for $45.00 175, pounds at 145 pounds at wonderful remedy for coughs, colds lagrippe coughs, colds and croup. Fo$59.00 ISO pounds at $3i.uu Pills have benefitted thousands in dike Lcoughs, colds and crnuij. Sold ev 45 pounds at ...t crou& and whooping cough." It stops ley Kidney Pills, and Foley Cathartic 290 pounds at 90 pounds at $21.50 $ia.7& erywhere. $2,1.00 j condition. Sold everywhereTablets. Sold everywhere. 255 pounds at' .$13.50 235 pounds at lagrippe coughs. Sold everywhere. - sold 270 235 290 290 225 195 355 330 330 J. P. Lapsley, of Mercer county, Little Jesse Dunn Succumbs to jury to His Head Which Baffled Physicians. $11.25 .- " Pa-duca- h. $1,-00- ed 1 this.-ap-pointm- - -- -.- -. 101,-208,3- 15 -- 2. .- Ne-wellt- Ot-tenhe- im -- -- Cat-lettsbu- rg -- $1-8.7- ..., a-se-vere I-g- - Page Two M The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February 18, 1916. s 'HIJUllH suburb, an expert equestrienne, esstunt, minus sayed m m thongs. a mazeppa and daughters the esHostess speed a decorted her to the stile to parting guest. As she jauntily sprang for her bareback perch Bucephalus swerved too previously, precipitating a ground and lofty somersault, with a consequent scramble over and up out of a muddy ditch. Instant horror of mistaken apprehension was followed by prolonged enjL TV t? V X core, and alarm of neighbors by a tt v X supposed local quake. McAllister, of Mrs. Bessie Foster X Way, Mississippi, spent a few days A single bottle will X with her relatives here. convince you X1 The family and friends, who inI fi TOT clude all his acquaintances, are sadJ. C. BRADY dened by news that genial, generous Popplewell is in hospital at A druggist has many opportunities John Crawfordsville, Ind., and his malady to make lasting friends of his customa puzzle physicians have not diag- ers," said Mr. J. C. Brady, popular Rexall Pharmacist of Fall ltiver, nosed. Mass. "The very nature of his busiX Britton Pemberton, after com- ness draws' their confidence for little Arrests Inflammation. X pleting a tenement cottage, crib, helpful suggestions on the matter of Prevents severe compli-cation- s. stable, hennery and other convenien- health. 2Iany pe'oplc have thanked X Just put a few drops on, the painful ces with agreement of indefinite ten- me for recommending Ilexall Ordeilies X BUS HUH ancy succumbed to a recurrence of as the best relief for constipation and spot and the pain f X w H his nomadic proclivity and returned its resultant ills. Put up in dainty X "Shuck" Pember- candy tablet form, they are pleasant to to Hoosierdom. M m XXXXXXMXXMKMXMXXMMM the taste and make an ideal laxative wife accompanied him. ton and home Foster Grubbs and mother have for the alike." for men, women and children succeeded Britton as tenants. Homer Lester, wife and baby will We have the exclusive selling rights for succeed Foster. Arthur Grubbs and family have this great laxative. moved into one of Smith T. Powell's tHT H PENNY'S DRUG STORE tenements and he will give the amTHE REXALL STORE bitious points on growing .and "handling" a tobacco crop. W. D. Stagg was given a header ter we are glad to state. from a load of hay by a violent Miss Katherine Belden of Stanlurch of wagon, which would have ford, was the pleasant guest of Mr. been fatal, but for rotten softness and Mrs. Ed Bailey last week. of the surface after a thaw. For Mr. Ben Martin of Rowland spent three weeks he "hyppoed" about be- - the day with his sister, Mrs. Emma ifore consulting a surgeon who found Kitts this week. a brace of broken ribs. Mrs. Jack Terry and daughter, mechanJim Snow, a natural-bor- n Miss Kathryn Terry, of this place, ical genius remains our vulcan, to and Mrs. Eugene Deatherage, of delight of hayseeds. epidemic demonstrated Rowland, spent Friday with Mrs. The grip this corner of the vineyard the Dollie Rainey, who lives on the DanLord's especial favorite, if severity ville pike. Messrs. Edd Lee Terry of this That little rosebud fragment of humanity who nestles of his afflictions is gauge of intenplace, Marshal Hutchison and John sity of his love for scarcily even a in the cradle of your arms and coos baby escaped. However, 'not a death Berry, of Mt. Moriah, went to De What are you doing to protect and nourish him even directly traceable to that di- troit, Mich., last week and have se cured work in an automobile facand keep him comfortable? sease, y " tory. Frank Turpip, a grandfather-widowWe keep a complete line of everything for your Mrs. Taylor Roberts spent a pleasand'' Widow Veach, of baby remedies for internal disorders, gentle and New ant afternoon with Mrs. Sallie BelChelFs Rbige, were married den at Stanford this week. soothing salves and ointments for rashes and chapped Year. f Mrs. Dollie Rainey and little spots, dainty toilet waters, cooling talcum, baby foods, Our pocial, literary, technologic, daughter, Nancy Katherine, spent scientific club o veteran grpujiAQDg - nursing bartles, nipples, fine-pom- b soft b;:ushes. t Friday with her brother," Mr. Ed Ter sciolists, which society antedateij legislature's decree thai we ry. Miss Myrtle Daugherty spent FriThe Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. are right in contending for second day with Miss Dulcie Baugh. day of February as the official (date, J. W. ACEY, Proprietor. Dr. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacist held Mrs. Maggie Naylor and children, their anniversary banquet on the 3rd instant. The Club held'daily John, Lee and Ida May, are visiting meetings until it devoloped that the her mother at Preachersville this straight and narrow paths into the week. Danville, Kentucky, Jan. 18, 1916 Miss Kathryn Terry spent SaturBeyond selected by its members are The American Sceding-Machin- e Co., day with relatives at Mt. Moriah. "nigh-cuts- " to the diverse as their Springfield, Ohio. Mr. Lee Green bought of Ed Terlodge meetings, hence Sunday is the ry, two shoats at $7.25; also a few Dear Sirs: In reference to the Superior Grass Seed Drill one day the members are exempt used, for sowing or HEMP SEED will say that we used one last from lodge attendance. The banquet barrels of corn at $3.75 per barrel. year for the sowing of 125 acres of hemp. Elbert Terry made a flying trip always follows adjournment after to McKinney this week on business. We used 25 pounds of hemp seed to the acre, and we find that business routine has been faithfully Mr. Howard Kirkpatrick is still is enough on the best land we have. discharged. In review of past eventworking at Danville. There is no doubt in our minds of this being the most satisful year the chairman (who has Mr. Noah Terry of the Green Rivfactory as well as the most certain way to sow hemp. evolved the fraternity from its inThe seed germinate more evenly as they are covered all fantile communism into an autocra- er section, spent the night with his about the same depth, something, that cannot be done with any cy, gave his ponderous, portentous uncle, Mr. Jack Terry last week. A few weeks ago the frame for a other machine we have ever seen. Yours truly, lucubrations and some speculations anent the social, political, religious, HUDSON & DAVIS, ' scientific and domestic status of the Per Hudson. SEVERE PUNISHMENT world, which must supply padding later. FOR SALE BY W. H. HIGGINS. "iBis STIFF iiuiimri NEC ntffHw V Kidd's Store A ponderous young matron of a C0 aM s&M x m'yffi'Ai S barn belonging to Elbert Terry, was blown down. He is getting ready to BUSINESS IS rebuild. He has bought a good bill BASED ON CONFIDENCE of lumber from Tommie Denham at Jumbo. James Kirkpatrick sold to Mat A Theory Put Into Practice by Well Myers five shoats, averaging about Known Business Man sixty or seventy pounds at six cents a pound delivered. , vie"""""'-,Elbert Terry sold to Jesse Manning, of Stanford, five shoats averaging about 60 or 65 pounds, at 6 4 cents delivered. 1-- TENNESSEE OFFICIAL WINS LONG FIGHT the Circuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial District of Tennessee, was for years a sufferer from stomach troubles in part a result of his confining work. He tried doctor after doctor. He tried medicines without end. One day he took a dose of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. He wrote: "Your medicine is the best in the world for any form of stomach trouble. I am glad to say that after taking the full treatment I feel that I am well. "I had very severe pains in my stomach all the time. One bottle of your medicine did me ten times as much good as all the doctors' medicine that I took for two years. My family physician told me that I would never bo any better today I am well. I have J. W. Seaton of Linden, Clerk-of- " Why bear those pains? x xr x x 1A Sloan's if 7 Liniment IJI x For Rheumatism As soon as an attack of Rheumatism begins apply Sloan's Liniment. Don't waste time and suffer unnecessary agony. A few drops of Sloan's Liniment on the affected parts is all you need. The pain goes at once. A grateful sufferer writes: "I was suffering for three weeks with Chronic Rheumatism and Stiff Neck, although I tried many medicines, they failed, and I was under the care of d doctor. Fortunately I heard of Sloan's Liniment and after using it three or four days am up and well. I am employed at the biggest department store in S. F. where they employ from six to eight hundred hands and they surely will hear all about Sloan's Liniment. H. B. Smith, San Francisco, Cal., Jan. 1915. At all druggists'. STRANGE THING IN GREEN. gained twenty-fiv- e pounds." 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. Fqr sale by Penny's Drug Store and all other reliable druggists. fc Bfe DROPS TA FEW Your Own Flesh and Blood er Ar-kans- a's Quite an unusual thing occurred in Green county a short time ago. A POULTRY CURE , BOURBON surveying party was engaged in doIn the drinking; water ing some work near the home of JasHakes Hens Lay Amazingly per Paxton, a farmer living on RusCures Roup, Colds, Cholera, 4 Limberneck Prevents Sicksell Creek, when one of the party, ness. One 50c botUe makes 12 upon hearing a noise among a drove gallons of medicine. At dnur-eisKM or by mall postpaid. Valu- of hogs which Mr. Paxton was fat3 able poultry book frees tening, hastened to find the trouble. BOURBON REMEDY CO. Lexlogtaa, Kj. --sHe was surprised to find that a hawk New Stanford Drug Co. had caught one of the large hogs by the nose and was holding on tenaciously with one foot, the other foot PROFESSIONAL AND having been torn from the hawk's BUSINESS CARDS body, it is supposed, by the bird having caught another hog by the nose and the two hogs having run in op- T. W. PENNINGTON, posite directions tore one foot and DENTIST leg from the hawk's body, leaving it Myers House Flats Stanford, Ky. able to hold on to but one hog. This Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 it was doing with desperation when attacked with a stick and killed, J. B. PERKINS thereby releasing the hog. Green DENTIST County Recorder. Rooms 28-2Lincoln Bank Building Phone 214 STANFORD, KY. Liven Up Your Torpid Liver To keep your liver active use Dr. W. W. BURGIN King's New Life P?IIs. They insure DENTIST good digestion, relieve constipation, Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays and tone up the whole system keep at Crab Orchard your eye clear and your skin fresh Thursdays, 'Fridays and Saturdays at Stanfora and healthy looking. Onlv 25c at your Office in Lincoln Bank Binding druggist. t gk ts 9, . I Commissioner's Notice Lincoln Circuit Court George W. Cloyd and others, Plaintiffs, vs. NOTICE Sherman Goode and others, Defend- Cemetery Hill, Phone 164 HARRY JACOBS Dealer In Fine Monumental Work Stanford, Ky. Closed on Saturday STANFORD, KY. Day Phone 95 Night Phone 186 JNO. M. CASEY, D. V. M. ants. Veterinary Surgeon. All persons having claims against Veterinary estate, of Phillis Goode, deceas- Grad. Cincinnati U. S. Gov.) College the (Rec. by ed, are hereby notified that I will sit Office: Burton's Stable in my office at the court house, in Lancaster, Kentucky Stanford, Ky., from 10 o'clock, a. m., until 4 o'clock p. m., on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1916 Livery and Hauling Neal's Creek BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J, Mrs. Emma Kitts is somewhat bet- - to receive, hear proof on, and audit claims against said estate, and all persons holding such claims against said estate are now notified to have same properly proven as required by law, and to file same with me on or Call phone 249 and let us send our motor truck for your trunk, baggage or furniture. We have auto service bugor safe horses, nice, gies and carriages in our livery. Try us and you'll be pleased. Stanford MASTERS Of Mrs. Chappell, of Five Years' before said date. At said time and place I will also hear proof as to the interests of the various plaintiffs and defendants in this action in and to the proceeds of sale of "the land sold herein, and to that end will hear proof as to the kinship, and the degree thereof, of the said parties to said Mose Cloyd, Letcher Goode, and Phillis Goode, respectively, and will then and there also hear proof as to what interest said Phillis Goode possessed at her death in and to said land, and as to what, if any, personalty was owned by her at her death. Each and all of said plaintiffs and defendants claiming to be heirs of the above named parties, Phillis Goode, Mose Cloyd, Letcher Goode, are hereby notified of said sitting. Such hearings will be held pursuant to order of the Lincoln circuit court, entered at its November, 1915 term. E. D. PENNINGTON, Master Commissioner Lincoln Cir-f cuit Court. to-wit: ... up-to-da- te & BOWYER Kentucky Standing, Relieved by Cardui. See W. K. Warner's Bargain Window! If you are interested in Bath-roofixtures, get his prices now. He is prepared to save you money and give you a guarantee on all work in Plumbing, Tinning and Heating. Phone. 188. Stanford, Ky. m Florida Get full information and fares from the Local Southern Agent, or write to B. H.Todd, District Passenger Agent.Louitville, Ky. PREMIER CARRIER 0FTHES0U7H The Southern Railway is the direct Travel there on the "St. Louis Special'' equipped with line to Asheville, Aiken.Augusta.Char-lestoColumbia, Savannah, Summer-vill- e and other southern resorts. n, electric lighted steel coaches and through drawing room sleeping cars to Jacksonville and Asheville. New dining car service. In addition, drawing room sleeping cars from Asheville to Jacksonville insures every comfort for trip through The Land of the Sky", the only scenic route to Florida. Very low homeseekers' fares and winter tourist fares now in effect. Stopovers and other special features. -- JUL ,s . Southern Railway C32Sa3 m w hhhmn MLttjmLJiMwmmwc - C Mrs. Sarah M. Chap-pe- ll of this town, says: "I suffered tot live years with womanly troubles, alsc stomach troubles, and my punishmenf was more man any one couia ten. I tried most every kind of medicine, but none did me any good. I read one day about Cardui, the woman's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. I had not taken but about six bottles until I was almost cured. It did me more good than all the other medicines I had tried, put together. My friends began asking me why 1 looked so well, and 1 tola them aboul Cafdui. Several are now taking if." Uo you, lady reader, suffer from any of the ailments due to womanly trouble, such as headache, backache, sideache, sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired feeling? V, so, let us urge you to give Cardui a trial. We feel confident it will help you, just. as it has a million other women in the 'past half century. y. You Begin taking Cardui won't regret it. All druggists. Mt. Airy, N. to-da- Daily Except Sunday Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at Low Charges O. L. MINKS, Proprietor Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford AUCTIONEERING I can get you highest prices for your land, stock, crops or household goods, i Sales Cried Anywhere JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Moreland. 12-3- i Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS . Vritt to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Term., for Steaai book. "Hqrr.e Instruction on your case and a Treatment for Women," in plain wrapper. K.C. i 24 RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. To half pint of water add 1 oz. Bay Rum, a small box of Barbo Compound, and V. oz. of glycerine. Apply to the hair twice a week until it becomes the desired shade. Any druggist can put this up or you can mix It at 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 wilt not color the scalp, is not sticky or greasy, and does not rub off. - fcaiicllM HIGHEST PRICES PAID Remittance Mailed on Day Shipment is Received Livery and Auto Service Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Buggies; Open Day and Night. Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Trial, We Will Please You. H. H. Carter, Manager. Phone 5. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. - ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. No Commission to Pay Write for Price LIt and Shipping Tags TREES " H. C KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent, FOR FULL INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE 101 East Main Street, - Lexington, Ky. M. Sabel & Sons iBCorporafoi Established 1856 Shade and Fruit Trees, Strawberry Plants, Grape Vines, Shrubs, Aspar-gu- s, Rhubarb, Hedging, etc. Every- thing for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. No Agents Free Catalogs H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, t Lexington, Ky. W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio t LOUISVILLE, KY. . T a . t iassii f The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: BUY Friday, February 18, .1916. DOWN IN CASEY Page Three BACHELORS WHEE YOUR DOLLAR WILL BUY MORE WE SELL IT CHEAPER Are Only Waiting For Some Maiden To "Pop the Question." Middleburg, Feb. 17. Noticing your proposition in the Interior Journal to give a premium on marriage, and induce young ladies and ladies not so young, to take advantage of their leap year privileges and do a little proposing along matrimonial lines, Ave are thinking of starting the proposition here. There is no doubt that it will work. Our young men like the idea fine, and are ready to "tumble to the racket." Besides we have a bachelor and a widower that would raise no serious objection to being approached on the all important subject of matrimony provided the proposition was made with an eye to business. Neal Lane, a young man of the Grove section, is just recovering from a severe attack of pneumonia. His condition was quite critical at one time, and his friends dispaired of recovery, but by the best of nursing, he pulled through. The remains of Hezakiah Lucas, THE FAI THE NEW DRY GOODS STORE Mrs. T. Freeh, R. R. 1, Hickory Point, Tenn., writes: "1 am happy to tell you that I am cured of catarrh. Having1 been afflicted with catarrh and stomach trouble for seven years, and alter having tried four different doctors, who only relieved me for a little while, 1 save sp ail hope of beinff cured. I was induced to try Peruna, and to my great surprise I am now entirely well. Aly health never was better." People who use Peruna NEXT TO FREEMAN FURNITURE CO. FOR INDIGESTION Mr3. W. R. "Whitehead, R. R. 1, Pryor, Oklahoma, writes: "I am happy to tell you that I keep free from my old stomach trouble; feel no catarrhal symptoms at all. I am able to do my v.ork, eat and drink what I want, and rejoice to know that I found a sure cure in your valuable medicine. I think, it saved my life. By beginning: in time with Peruna I was cured sound and well." DANVILLE, KENTUCKY The Small Store With Large Bargains 1-- Tho Are Strong and Happy ford Monday. Peruna Company, Columbus. Ohio. Those who object to liquid medicines can now procure I'eruna in tablet form. Parlor Grove DON'T MISS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE MONEY AT THIS BIG BARGAIN SALE, WE ARE OFFERING FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS, BEGINNING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, THE 11th AND 12th OF THIS MONTH. MR. A. GROBAN HAS JUST RETURNED FROM HIS TRIP, WHERE HE WAS SUCCESSFUL IN BUYING OUT A BIG STOCK OF VALUABLE MERCHANDISE, SUCH AS HOUSE DRESSES, BUNGALOW APRONS, CHILDREN'S DRESSES, BOY'S SUITS MEN'S PANTS, HATS AND CAPS, AT 33 3 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. IN ORDER TO TURN SAME INTO CASH, AND TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR SPLENDID SPRING LINE, WE ARE OFMERCHANDISE AT UNPRECEDENTED BARGAINS FERING THIS SPLENDID FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS YOUR DOLLAR WILL BUY $1.50 WORTH OF MERCHANDISE AT THE FAIR. COME EARLY AND GET YOUR CHOICE, AS SUCH BARGAINS WILL NOT LAST LONG. SPECIALLY LOW PRICES PREVAIL TILL AFTER COURT DAY. WE MENTION JUST A FEW SPECIALS, AS TO DESCRIBE EVERYTHING, SPACE WILL NOT TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT IT, TOO. PERMIT, SO COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. Ladies' House Dresses, made of best check and plain gingham, latest styles, beautiful artistically colors, trimmed, $1.50 values aic price :::::::::::: Extra! Extra! Men's Shirts, plain, blue or beautiful stripe, fast colors, the kind you have been wanting, 75c value for Ladies' Petticoats, made of the best black satin, embroidered ruffle, cordian pleated, the same you are paying $1.00 for; sale price here Saturday and buried in Middleburg Cemetery. Deceased was about 30 years of age, and a member of the New Salem Baptist church. Waynesburg and Eubanks Baptist churches are to be congratula ted on securing the services of Rev. E. W. Coakley as pastoi Bro. Coak-le- y is an able expounder of the gos pel, besides is a very Godly man. He j conducted a revival meeting here some ten years ago and endeared himself to everyone he met, by his earnestness and devotion to the cause of his Master Bud Short is quite a sick man at and his family j his home at Yosemite and friends are very anxious about , Much sympathy is felt for the families of Mr. and Mrs. Leeman Singleton and M. J. Morgan because of the death of their little son and grandson. This dear little babe was born Dec. 30, 1915 and departed this life who died at his home near New Sa- Feb. 14, 1916. Its short life was lem in Lincoln county, were brought passed in suffering. Funeral services Mr. Alva Morgan visited his uncle, Mr. Bruce Fagaly and family at Stanford. I ; 98 Cents Children's Dresses, all sizes, nice check gingham, fast colore beautiful plaids, 75c and $1.00 values; sale price 59 Cents Gowns, 75c value, sale price" 49 Cents Men's Hats, advanced styles, all colors, value $2.00 and $3.00; sale price 49 Cents Bed Spreads, $1.50 and $2.00; him. The cultivation of tobacco will not j j be extensively engaged in here this year. We hear of only a half dozen small crops that will be set. Some of the street corner sugges- ! tions we hear on the question of "preparedness" are wise, but most of j J : J them are otherwise, and amusingly silly. 4Sc and 75c Boys' Play Suits, gingham and $1.25 All Caps, 75c and $1.00 value; sale' price Walter Jones would be glad if those who appropriated his overy were in progress at Green River a week ago, would return them at their earliest convenience, as he purchased them for his own special Sun-dad- shoes to their own use while services sale price 98c, $1. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY ONE HALF PRICE tan, our sale price 25 Cents Children's and Misses' plain poplin and tan, beautifully trimmed, 50c value, sale price 49 Cents Men's... Pants, .blue serges or" mixtures, good quality, $2.50 -- 29 Cents Boys' Suits, nicely made, good colors, latest styles, 5.00 values, sale price $2.49 Lancaster Miss Carrie Miller is in Charleston, W. Va., for a visit to her sisters, Mrs. Eisner and Misses Clara and Anna Miller. The study class of the C. W. B. M. Auxiliary will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. G. Davidson. Mrs. Emma G. Kauffman will act as leader throughout this month. Mr. Frank Hurt, of Lowell, and Miss Fannie Ross, of Kirksville, were united in marriage at the home of the bride. Miss Lena Bright was called to Bellevue, Ky., by the illness and death of her brother, Mr. James T. Bright. The deceased was 50 years old and died of tuberculosis. Besides his wife and three children, he leaves two sisters to mourn his death Mrs. Charles Doty, of California, and Miss Lena Bright, of this place. -- At a meeting of the Woman's Club Friday afternoon at the club Breaks A Cold In rooms Miss Martha Gill was leader. Just a Few Hours The subject discussed was, "Metropolitan Museum of Fine Arts;" Bos'Pape's Cold Compound" Ends Cold ton Museum of Fine Arts. Mi. Charlie Thompson, of Mt. Verand Grippe Misery at Once non, has accepted a position as book Stuffcd-up- ! Don't Stay keeper in the Garrard Bank & Trust You can end grippe and break up Company. Mrs. Jane Robinson left the past a severe cold either in head, chest, week for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. body or limbs, by taking a dose of 'Tape's Cold Compound" every two B. Paxton of Stanford. Mrs. J. W. Elmore has returned hours until three doses are taken. nos- from a stay with her daughter, Mrs. promptly opens clogged-u- p It trils and air passages in the head, Robert D. Blanton, of Eminence. Mrs. Carrie Davidson is visiting stops nasty discharge or nose running, relieves sick headache, dull- Mrs. Z. T. Rice and family in Richness, feverishness, sore throat, sneez- mond. Dr. M. S. Hatfield, who has been ing, soreness and stiffness. stuffed-up- ! Quit blow- associated with his brother in the Don't stay ing and snuffling! Ease your throb- dental profession in Danville, will bing head nothing else in the move to Lancaster, he having rentworld gives such prompt relief as ed rooms over the Garrard Bank & use. ,4F,riday night as Heishel McDonald whei drives the mail hack from Dunn-vill- 3 to Yosemite, was on his return value; sale price trip near Phil, his horses became Children's Union Suits, 50c frightened at a dog and started to value run. In his efforts to control them one of the lines broke and they Men's Work Shirts, blue dampitched off a high embankment. The ask, 50c value . hack swapped ends and piled driver, Nice tailor-mad-e pants, Fad horses and its cargo in the ditch below. Mr. McDonald says he was Craft Brand, $3.50 and $5.00 npnrlv rnvered nn with the wreckaere values, sale price ALL UNDERWEAR AT ONE and one of his horses was laying HALF PRICE j across his legs. Tie was only slightly bruised, but wonders how he escaped with his life. Neither of the horses was seriously hurt which is also a Mr. and Mrs. George Harris, of i a salad course being served the great wonder. But what is the Birmingham, who have been with guests. greatest wonder of is all is that a Judge E. W. Harris and Mrs. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ruble have man by the name of Russell was a have gone to Louisville to visit rel- gone to St. Petersburg, Fla., for the passenger on the hack, and was asleep when the crash came and did atives. benefit of Mr. Ruble's health. Miss Amanda Anderson entertainMesdames Bettie Dudderar and not awake until he was pulled from ed the teachers of the Graded School Henley V. Bastin and children have the wreckage. This, we presume, is faculty at her home on Friday eve- returned from a visit to Mrs. Charles an exaggeration, and we give it as we got it. Mr. McDonald says it was ning. Delightful refreshments were Denman of Nicholasville. a thrilling experience and does not served at the "Puritan." Mrs. Joe L. Francis has returned wish to try it again. Rev. A. J. Clere, the Baptist min- from a stay in St. Louis and Cincinister, preached at the union services nati, where she purchased new milREPAIRING CATTLE PENS. Sunday evening at the Christian linery goods. The L. & N. has had a force of 15 church, having for his subject, "Our men here for the past week repairing Social Problems." and remodeling the cattle pens at The Chautauqua Circle met the My the depot. It. is the purpose of the past week vith Miss Mabel Mason at company to considerably enlarge the "Gets-It- " the home of Mrs. W. L. Lawson. The pens later. theme for the lesson was "The Fiber of the West." Simplest Coin Cure in the World Bfo Catarrh Cannot Be Cured Miss Mabel Kelly, the young Fain, No Fuss . New, Sure Way. with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is daughter of Mr. Samuel Kelly, of this When corns make you almost "die or constitutional disease, and in order to a blood cure it county, and Mr. Bryan Ray of with your boots on," when you'vo yon must take Internal remedies. Hail's Catarri soaked .them and picked them and Cure is taken internally, and acts directly upon were married in this city on sliced them, when the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. Wednesday. It was last by one $1.50 25 Cents 39 Cents 1 $2.50, $3.50 Messrs. A. W. and Ralph Saunders e, and William Damron, of O. K. spent Monday night with H. Goff and family. Mr. Mack Crites is building a cottage on the farm which he and Mr. were conducted Tuesday afternoon Reece recently purchased of John at Parlor Grove, by the pastor, Rev. Waddle. The church at Parlor Grove has G. W. Wright, after which the small been plastered inside and will be remains were interred in Parlor and otherwise decorated as Grove cemetery. soon as the weather will permit. Sunday was the regular preaching Rev. Wright spent Sunday Might day and Rev. Wright, filled his apat the home of Mr. Luther Reynolds. pointment here. Owing to the inclement weather the congregation was not as large as usual, but much Eat a Square Meal asid interest was manifested. Not Fear Indigestion Mr. B. W. Saunders and family have moved to the J. W. Smith farm. These people come highly recomThere are" hundreds of people in mended and will be quite an addition Stanford who were not the least bit to our neighborhood. surprised when they read in the In- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bell, and Mr. j terior Journal that G. L. Penny is on a guarantee to re- and Mrs. Mack Eubanks spent Sun- selling day last with F. M. Eubanks and ' fund the money in case it did not re lieve. This remarkable dyspepsia family. Mrs. W. F. Sims and little son, remedy will relieve the worst case-- of Robert, spent Thursday with Mr. and indigestion, headache, dizziness, or the general played-ou- t condition Mrs. M. H. Baker. afflicts every one suffering with stomMessrs. A. W. Jones and Ira does not siii-pl- y Braswell were Stanford visitors ach trouble. relieve, it aims to cure. Thursday-o- f last week. G. L. Penny can tell you of many Mr. Alva Morgan was at Phil, Ca- well known people in this city whom sey county, Friday of last week, mov- this remedy has restored to health, ing the family of Mr. Marion Toms, often after they have tried many of Waynesburg to that place. other methods of treatment with litMi Jasper Saunders and family tle or no benefit. No other dyspephave- moved to their new home on sia remedy has made so large a perthe farm known as the J. B. Robin- centage of cures as Itvisjso son farm. large that Penny's drug store "stands Mr. Reece Bennett and family ready to refund the price to any cus with-Mrsspent the first of tomer wnom it aoes not neip. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett's The best kind of advertising is tht Richard Webb. Mr. Bennett and fam- praise of a pleased customer, and . ily will soon leave for West Virgin- there are hundreds in Stanford toia where he has a position. day praising because it does Messrs. John and Will Horton what it is advertised to do. A few were court day visitors at Stanford. months ago they could eat nothing Messrs. W. F. Sims and Lytt Webb without wondering what the result attended church at Waynesburg would be. Since using they Thursday night of last week. eat what they want and when they Rev. Wright spent Saturday night want with no fear of suffering. 14-1- 6 with J. C. Hundly and family. Mrs. M. J. Morgan has been staying with her daughter, Mrs. Leeman PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING Singleton of Waynesburg, during the illness of her little grandson. Mr. F. W. Woehr, Factory Expert, Mrs. A. B. Wylie is somewhat im- will be in Stanford March 3, 1916. proved in health after being on the sick list for some time. LOW PRICES Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Bennett spent Thursday with F. B. Howard and Leave orders at Interior Journal office or write direct to factory family of King's Mountain. Mr. Sam Wright was a business ADLER PIANO COMPANY visitor at Kings Mountain Monday. 29th and Chestnut Sts. Several from this neighborhood have been attending the meetings at Louisville, Kentucky Waynesburg. Messrs. F. N. Eubanks and H. Goff were business visitors to Stan Send In Dollar I post-offickal-somined Mi-o-- na Mi-o-- na - Mi-o-n- a. the-wee- k ? Mi-o-- na Mi-o-n- a, That Got Rid of Corns With Magic ake Your Drug Store Trading BothEasy;and Profitable We claim to sell you the finest 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. Mc-Crea- ry, corn-swellin- g1 of the best physicians in this country for years and Is a regular prescription. is composed of the best tonics known, comIt bined with the best blood pursers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two Ingredients Is what produces such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. " Sold by Druggists, price 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. "Pape's Cold Compound," which Trust Company. The D. A. R. costs only 25 cents at any drug store. It acts without assistance, tastes nice day afternoon pnd causes no inconvenience. Be Farra in the, 14-- 1 . proved a very sure you get the genuine. E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, society met WednesSold in Stanford and recommendwith Mrs. John M. south suburbs. It ed as the world's best corn remedy, interesting meeting, by the Lincoln Pharmacy, i clothing house in this 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 Wliy Have Corns At All When "Gets-It- " ItemovebThem the New.Dead-Sur- e Way? give me your order, I will promise salves, and tapes, bandages, and you a square, deal. You will get the plasters that make corns d worth of your money, either in the have only made your corns grow cheapest grades or the higher priced. faster, just hold your heart a moment and figure this: Put two drops My SPRING ami SUMMER line of of "Gets-It- " on the corn. It dries samples is now ready for your inat once. You can put your shoe, spection. Call and let me show you. and stocking on right over it. The corn is doomed. It makes the corn H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor come off clear and clean. It's the new, easy way. Nothing to stick or press on tho corn. You can wear smaller RELIAI No shoes. You'll be a pain, no trouble. Accept no substitutes. "Gets-It- " is eold by druggists everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by 111. made-to-order I represent the largest and best TO THE PUBLIC country PENNY'SJDRUG STORE, Stanford. HO pop-eye- PLOW GEARS. We have a full line of Collars and Hames, Bridles and Backhands and everything you need to properly rig up your teams. joy-walk- er. AT YCLir n roftST. W.E. PERKINS, - Crab Orchard s Page Fiour --- & ?& - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, , February 18, 1916. Diversified Service, This Bank Performs all the Functions : of a Commercial and Savings-Bank. I The corrupt, practices bill, which is "Cascarets" If designed to make for cleaner elec- ytitzns in Kentucky passed the sen Headachy, Bilious ate Wednesday and is now ready for and Constipated! the governor's signature. Several as only a makeshift. characterized it Wait till the next election and we'll Best For Liver and Bowels, Bad see how well it works. Breath, Bad Colds, Sour Stomach. r Hake Warm Clothes. Care of funds on checking or savings account, loans on good security, discounts, collections" everywhere, transmission of funds by draft, telegram these are a few of the services which it places at the disposal of its. patrons. Your business, personal or savings account is invited. KV Lincoln County National Bank. "Corner Next To Court House." Stanford, Kentucky. Capital $100,000. Surplus $105,000. W. H. SHANKS, President. W. M. Bright, Cashier Resources $585,000 J. B. PAXTON, Vice-Preside- nt J. W. ROCHESTER, Asst. Cash sin, should bear the distinction of being the "wettest" man in the National House. He introduced a resr Publisher olution for transfer of the United S. M. Saufley States capital to Milwaukee, giving $1 a Year When Paid in Advance; as a reason that pending legislation $1.50. When Paid at End of Year. might make the District of Columbia Entered at the postoffice fit Stanford at second dry. The old saying that a fool is clats mail matter born every minute comes to one's mind when such jackasses as Cary Rev. W. C. Condit, pastor of the begin their braying. !, First Presbyterian church at has served that congregation Senator Tom Moore, of Breckinfor nearly fifty years. He is greatly beloved by the membership, some of ridge county, has vigorously denied whom have doubtless never heard an the statement which Prison Commis- other preacher It may be all right sioner Tom Hatcher attributed to for one pastor to serve generation Barksdale Hamiett to the effect that after generation, but a "little change Mooie would sell his vote on the now and then is relished by the best Pike county division bill for ,000. of men," .and no doubt there are Hamlett denies that he said it, so, members who wish the Methodist ' there you are. Hatcher was named was applicable to the as one of the men who would post a Presbyterian church also. Preach- - forfeit of $1,500 to seat republican ers who serve so long frequently fall "Uncle Bill" Allen, of Clinton coun-sho- rt if Senator An tie would vote for of the great work that is.ex-jtpected of them and become common-- j the P.'ke county proposition. Inas-plawith a certain element of the much as the law governing the ons an( their management forbids j anyone connected therewith from en- gaging in politics, it strikes us that Confederate pensioners in the last Tom Hatcher is stretching the blan- three months , have been dviner at the , , , . .1 .. tket to tne limit since his appoint i.uM UJ. iiunusi, uae a uay is me statement made by Commissioner of Pen- i ment by Gov. Stanley as a Prison Commissioner a few weeks ago. sion! W. ,"J. 'Stone, who Is completing the quarterly distribution due today. Over 12 has died since May, j The Lexington Leader is charging 1912, and 46 new pensioners added that Senate Bill 104 which is a since November are mostly widows. roads measure, is designed particu It won't be long till all, of the heroes larly to benefit a big corporation who fought for the Lost Cause shall which is handling a rock asphalt, haye crossed the river and joined mined near Bowling Green A num the immortal Jackson and others in ber of Frankfort politicians are said" the ..Great Beyond. TJje total num- to be heavily interested in the comber of pensioners on the list now is pany and are pushing the bill. The 2,984. The total number allowed-i- s I. J. has heard of this asphalt cor3,479, showing, ' that the list is grad- poration before, and hopes that Senually growing, smaller. ator Charles F. Montgomery will be on'the job, which it is satisfied he is, r- and not let anything be '"put over" '"kepresentative Cary, of ;Wiscon- to enrich a few politicians at the expense of the taxpayers of the state. The Interior Journal Ash-lant- four-year-pl- an y, ce ! I Get a box. Sick headache, biliousness, coated Mr. Ace Peyton, of Morelandj has been quite ill fo.rsome time of heart' tongue, head and nose clogged up with a cold always trace this to torv trouble. '; pid liver; delayed, fermenting food growers .will be in the bowels or sour, gassy stomAmerican tobacco seriously hurt by the prohibition ach. Poisonous matter clogged in the placed by England upon the imporintestines, instead of being cast out tation of any leaf or manufactured of the system is into the tobacco blood. When this poison reaches the Manager W. A. Carson, of the lo- delicate brain tissue it causes congescal Western Union office, has been tion and that dull, throbbing, sicknotified that hereafter his company ening headache. Cascarets immediately cleanse the will transmit money by wire, and permit those who send same to include stomach, remove the sour) undigested food and foul gases, take the exa message with the remittance. cess bile from the liver and carry Information has been received out all the constipated waste matter here that the burial of Prof. B. J. and poisons in the bowels. A Cascaret tonight will surely Pinkerton, former Lexington educator, who died after a short illness straighten you out by morning. They box from pneumonia at the home of his work while you sleep a D. Price, at Ormond, from your druggist means your head sister, Mrs. J. Fla., took place at Ormond, the plan clear, stomach sweet and your liver to bring his body back to Kentucky and bowels regular for months. 14-- 1 having been abandoned. W. M. Poynter, one of the leading. VI The Queen & Crescent Route will business men of Mt Vernon, and a institute March 1 a Pullman parlor long-tim- e .reader of the I. J., was in observation car service between Cin town this week on business and cinnati and Danville- ,- f or the con- renewed for his paper for another venience of its patrons. These cars year. which will be of steel, will be on locals five and six, and on Blue Grass A. Ricci, of Richmond, was hers specials twenty-seve- n and twenty-eigh- t. Thursday, returning from Crab Orchard, where he rented the Sanders store-rooin which he will open a In a letter from the I: J.'s good restaurant and confectionary about fuiend, Mrs- - Arch MeWhorter, "of. March. Fiatt, 111., she says that neither she the first of nor her husband want to "miss a line The I. J.'s good friend J. H. Busthat appears in the I. J., and if we tle was in town early in the week live to be a hundred we do not want and paid for three subscriptions to to miss an issue." And the I. J. "the cheapest and best," which he hopes that she and her estimable says is so good he wants all of his spouse will live to a hundred, too. family to receive it. Mr. Bustle had already ordered the paper sent to his Dr. M. L. Pipes, of Moreland, left in Normal, 111., which makes this week for Edna, Texas, where he brother the fourth subscription he has paid has some land interests wjiich. he for this year. Friends like Mr. Buswill see after. .He expects to be are hard to find and when they gone about a couple of weeks or tle found,, will do to are tie to. e more and will probably stop by University at New Orleans, for Col. S. M. Chandler, of "the Cedar the purpose of taking a special post Creek section, was in town Thursday graduate course in the medical de- and paid up a couple of years for partment of that great institution. the I. J., which he says they can't F y, f do without in his section. Col. L. R. Hughes is back from a sev- Chandler says that his little granderal days' trip to Louisville and- In- son, the son of Dick Chandler, who diana. He was an expert "witness 'm was bitten "by a mad dog, seems to land values in the big suit of thL. have been completely cured in ev& N. Railroad against the Western ery way from the dangerous injury Union Telegraph Company, in fed- since his treatment at the Pasteur eral court at Louisville early in' the Institute at Bowling Green. Dick's week. The L. & N. obtained a judg- wife has been on the sick list for ment from the Western Union for some time, and this popular young $5,000 for use of its right of way East Ender has had more than his share of hard luck. by the telegraph company. 10-ce- nt ed Heard About Town 10-ce- nt - I ay m, 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 season. This 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 All-Wool These are bargains now if you need warm clothes. Tu-lan- JMcRoberts & Bailey STANFORD KENTUCKY GO TO- - - -- T. D. NEWLAND'S Oppositethe Court-House, vt. 'It has been said that every third person has catarrh in some form. Science has shown that nasal catarrh often indicates a general weakness of the body; and local treatments in do little, the form of snuffs if any good. ' To correct catarrh you should treat its and-vapors , WHAT CATARRH IS in Scott's Emulsion which is a free medicinal food end a building-touifronialcohol or any harm f uldrugs. Try it. oil-foo- cause by enriching your blood with the d c, Scott Jfc IIowjh. Woon'Vl' M.J Annual Clear Sale Prof. Walter Moser, principal of the winter school at McKinney spent Sunday with friends in Lexington. Prof. Moser is having much success with the private school he has been conducting at McKinney since the regular school term closed. Forty-seve- n pupils are enrolled which is a splendid attendance. After the school closes in April, Prof. Moser plans to Every time the Drys pass a bill to take a course at the Eastern" State close the saloons somewhere on Sun Normal at Richmond, and preparje day or otherwise lcgulate the liquor himself for still better work in his traffic, the Louisville Times' "polit- chosen profession. ical expert" begins to yell that somem n. body's trying to "embarras the adjournments of the week-en- d At the Legislature Senator Charles F. Montgomery drives an automobile "Uncle Bob" Bates of Whitesburg, Letcher county, is the proud father seventy miles to his home at Liberty, of a son, and "Uncle Bob" celebrated Casey county, and back again for the his 96th birthday the other day. The Monday sessions. Senator Montgbm-er- y water up in that country must beat is an enthusiast about goodroads that at Elixir Springs. and is doing much to improve the highways of his section. He is of the Dixie Short Route Association and prominent in the movement to construct a modern thoroughfare from Lexington to Chattanooga. Louisville Times. vice-preside- CENT -A- -WORD ADS (Ads here are 1 cent a word each issue, cash with order; no ad. less than 25c each issue.) And Buy Yourself a W. J. Oliver Plow. It will do youriwork right. Also get yourlGarden Rakes and Hoes. PEA GREEN ALFALFA 90 cts. per bale, delivered in town. Phone 46. VliUTy Bright's Inn Farm. 'vn tfi i Ani'ii FOR SALE. The frame building on lot bought from H. C. Anderson. See J. C. Bailey,., 10-- 4 TEN Acres of hemp land for, rent. Apply to Ashby M. Warren, Danville tf street, Stanford, Ky. 8-- '' garage ' 14-- 2 MARDI GRAS J Louisville & Nashville Railroad. 5 Only a Day and-Nightgto "S&r-- NeWgOrleans FOR SALE. 91 extra good ewes. Will sell at bargain if taken at. once. Henry C. Anderson, Stanford. 13-- 2 FINE JACK and high-grad- e for sale. C. M. Back, Ky. 12-- tf Tickets on Sa!eDailyjFebruary28 nt clusive. New Orleans $20.45; Mobile $17.20; Pensacola $16.70 Round-Tri- p from Stanford, Ky. Sleeping Car fare $4 to $4.50 each way. Board s best private homes $1 per day, or at hotels $2 per day arid up. For first-clas- toIMarchIn- - at 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. AUTO FOR HIRE. By trip, mile, or hour. Competent driver; rates Circuit Clerk Marshall O. Newland reasonable. PhoneNo. 5, day; 190, wife and baby, motored to Frankfort night; Harry Carter, Stanford. 11-- 4 Thursday to. attend a joint meeting of the "Circuit Clerks and. the SherTo make hair switches WANTED iffs of the state, who met to consider bills affecting their offices which from cut hair and combings. Price are now pending in the legislature. 35c per ounce when finished.. Mrs. The circuit clerks want a law to re- Ella Bennett, Waynesburg, Kentucky quire litigants to deposit a certain 14-l- p . per cent of the costs when a suit is R. D. No. 1. filed, and also to require the defendant .to an action at law to make a LOST. Between Stanford and deposit when an answer is filed. The sheriffs are protesting against the Hustdnville, an automobile headbill now before the, assembly whicfi light; finder please return to L.. F. changes-the- ' time of payment of taxrees from" December to March and Steele, Hustonville, and receive 13-2 ward. June. " particularsseeL.&N.agent More Cold Weather COMING Winter Is Just Getting Started Prepare, for t by Ordering Plenty or FOX RIDGE COAL ROBINSON'S 'The town of Mt. Sterling was in MISSISSIPPI black alfalfa land total darkness Thursday for several hpurs, and a house .cat was the.cau.se. for sale. Stock farms a specialty. Lightfor Winchester and .MtvSter. Two exceptional bargains. Registered ling is furnished by a central jowr DurocVJersey boar pigs Defender 12,50 plant at .Lexington. When .the, and Professor strains f Ky.'each. 12-- 8 Paul 'Finch, Crab Orchard, ngnts suddenly went out at ;wt. Siterlipg a vtrouble crew left Win 40-- ft FORSALE.-Onefirt-cIaschester, and' after several hours, of HerachelL-SpilIadiligent search discovered the ded feline 'burned, to. the .pole, and, en- Complete, with organ and-- : engine, in tangled in. the, wires, making a cjap oirie ol the; best' terfitorier.fir' such 1 J busineWtt:the state. - 3toefrat;Bar- circuit..,.. It js supposed .the seeking .safety, at the topvof t&eTpoie. BburyfflejrKy Box; 24, 3al- 13-- 2 hof . from a Ant mmotv .qA )fi View,v.Ky. fc -s. n t VUjnr 1 3c at Yard BAUGHMAN --a " 14c Deliver e'd Merry-Ga-Rou- nd ;cas8 ife S' GOMrANY -- , wmrinJ Arr .... STANBORDv:; KENTUCKY; The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky :' Friday, February 18, 1916. O.-P- Page Five PRICE SUCCUMBS . Newland is down 'from Burn-sid- e. BE SURE TO CONSULT OR WRITE THE OFFICERS OF THE First National Bank, STANFORD, KY. Before Opening Your Bank Account. They Will Pay You- Three Per Cent. - Interest on time deposits, and three per cent Interest on Savings Accounts, arid wiUVF.urnish 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 Mrs. T. K. Watson went to Lancaster Wednesday to spend several days with relatives. Social Calendar. Miss Sophia- - Saunders will be the March 1. The Woman's Club will week end guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. Tiave an Arts and Crafts display in R. McDowell at Danville. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pence, 'Mrs. AlState Bank from 2 to 10 p. m. fred Pence and Miss Sue Taylor R. E. Lee Sims went to Louisville were in Danville Thursday. Wednesday. Miss Marguerite McCormack, of was in Hustonville, is the guest of her sisMr. Jcihn T. Wilkinson Danville Tuesday on business. ter, Mrs. Logan Hubble. C. Hays Foster was in Cincinnati Misses Sophia and Pattie Alcorn Tuesday on business. will go to Winchester Saturday to The friends of Garner Price will hear Helen Keller lecture. regret to learn that he is very low Mrs. B. D. Carter is spen'ding a day or so with her mother in Boyle at his home in Crab Orchard. Mrs. Eoy 'Spears,of the West End county. , was in town Wednesday shopping. Mrs. L. P. Hawkins of Danville, Hobart Arnold will leave this week spent Monday with Miss Belle Denbusiness ny. to enter Bryant-Stratto- n college at Louisville. Mrs. J. N. Cash and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brady, of Mt. Clara, who have been visiting at Vernon, are here with homefolks for Downs, 111., for some time have rea visit. turned to their home. J. E. Raulerson, superintendent of Miss Elizabeth Carpenter of More-lan- d buildings and bridges for the L. & N. and her visitor, Miss Nancy was here Wednesday with Agent J. Payne, of Payne's Depot, were in S. .Bice. town Wednesday calling on friends. Mrs. Logan McCall is in Rockport, Mr. John Mary, of Lexington, is Tnd., the guest of Miss Ritchie, who with Mr. J. T. Wilkinson and has trimmed in Miss Anna Warren's mil- charge of his cleaning and pressing linery store here last year. department. En-gleman J -- v Personal and Social Popular East End Trader and Far- Thomas J. Oaks continues very mer Died Thursday Night. low. Mrs. H. J. McRoberts has been ill His many friends here were greatfor several days. ly grieved Friday morning to learn Miss Lucy Lee Walton is spend Save Your Hair! Make It Thick, that Garner Price had died at his home at Crab Orchard at seven ing: a few days in Cincinnati. Wavy and Beautiful o'clock Thursdav evening. Mr. Price B. W. Givens has been quite ill had suffered for several months Try This! of grip at his home near Hubble, for from necrosis in both of his feet, the past several days. the left one having been amputated Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy some time ago in an effort to check Mr. and Mrs. Ike Phillips' little daughter, Sadie Wood, who has been hair is mute evidence of a neglect- the gangrene which set in. Just how the members became affected is uned -- scalp; of dandruff that awful known. quite ill is improving. One foot had to t)e removed, J. C. Bailey, Carroll Dudderar and scurf. and afterward the infection spread There is nothing so destructive to to the other, and thence up his limb Dr. G. G. Perry attended the horse the hair as dandruff. It robs the to his body, causing his death. The sale at Lexington this week. deceased Mr. Cicero Reynolds continues hair of its lustre, its strength and was one was 52 years of age and of the best known poorly, being confined to his bed a its very life; eventually producing farmers and stock men in and liked the East a feverishness and itching of the End of the county. He was a memgood portion of the time. Miss Pearl Fields returned Thurs- scalp, which if not remedied causes ber of the Christian church. A wife day to her home at Hustonville, af- the hair roots to shrink, loosen and and nine children survive, the sons being James, Deverett, Ben, Omar, ter a visit to her brother, Henry die then the hair falls out fast. Ray, and Garner Price, Jr., and the A little Danderine tonight now Fields. daughters, Mrs; Lily Howard, and any time will surely save your hair. Misses Lora and Pearl Price. FunMiss Nancy Dudderar and Miss Get a bottle of Knowlton's eral services were conducted Friday May Henson, of Louisville, have been o'clock, inter - and Mrs. George F. Danderine from any drug store or afternoon at three guests of Mr.ment being in the Crab Orchard toilet counter, and after the first, ap-- cenietery. DeBorde. Mesdames J. E. Stormes and W. Y)llfnfinn vnnr Tinit will foL-- nn ....i . j,. jwi ..U.l ..... 1UlVt R. Cook, of Lancaster, were guests life, 'llistvn nnfl lnviivinnpp urViipli 15 ! of Mrs. J. B. Paxton one day this so beautiful. It will become wavy The Carnival given last Friday and fluffy and have the appeai'ance week. was quite a. success and a large Mesdames W. B. Hansford, of of abundance, an incomparable gloss crowd attended and all seemed to Somerset, and Ernest Richardson, of and softness; but what will please thoroughly enjoy themselves. The Junction City, have been guests of you most will be after just a few supper furnished by the Domestic week's use, when you will actually Science Department was especially ' Mrs. Cicero Reynolds. good, which was prepared under the Mrs. J. H. Bustle has been on the see a lot of fine, downy hair new supervision of Miss Lucille Gastisick list with the grip for the past hair growing all 'over the scalp. 14 neau, who deserves much credit for her good work. The sideshows, etc., several days, her friends regret to were also extra well gotten up and know. . MRS. GLORE TO VISIT D. A. R. everyone feels much fndebted-t- o Miss Mrs. J. E. Johnston, of "Pittsburg, Esther Burch, who Pa., is here for several days, the Local Chapter to Entertain for State part. The Domestic oversaw that Science Deguest of her father, Col. George P. partment made $25.95, which will be Regent February 22. Bright, and other relatives. used to pay grocery accounts against n Mrs. 0. P. Huffman and G. S. that department. The Carnival pro- are visiting their brothers, MesOne of the most delightful affairs ceeas were ;4Z.3U. Alter all exsrs. M. F. Elkin, at Lexington and J. to be given here in some time will penses have been paid the balance L. Elkin at Versailles. be a social afternoon on Washing- will be used to meet the bills inMr. and Mrs. McKee Riffe have recurred by furnishing a room for the turned from Lexington, where they ton's Birthday, next Tuesday, Feb. Expression Department. This is one spent a week while Mr. Riffe was at- 22, given by the Logan Whitley of the two plays Miss Burch is tc tending the meeting of the county Chapter, D. A. R., ot Stanford in give this year for the use of a room graded school road engineers of the state. honor of Mrs. W. Scott Glore, of in the improvement building. An has been made Mrs. Jay Howenstine and baby are Danville, State Regent. A luncheon in Frankfort this week, the guests of will be given at The Princess, and on the boys' side of the school buildher sister. Mrs. J. L. B. Coffey and the afternoon will b made nn espe- ing. The part leading down into the family. Mr. Howenstine was with cially attractive one for the mem-oer- s furnace room has been covered with them one day this week". and their guests, who In addi- a roof and the wall has been a few Mrs. W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta, Ga., tion to Mrs. Glore, will include, Mrs. feet higher, which makes it much betand more convenient than before. spent several days with her sister, John Farra, Regent of the Lancaster terThose ahsent Thursday were: chapter, and Miss Mary Shelby, Mrs. Charlotte Warren here, and of the Danville chapter. Mrs. Class '18 Bessie McCormack and went on to Lancaster for a visit to Glore has informed members of the Annie Rogers Powell; Class '16 local chapter that she will present Lewis Proctor and Elizabeth Stagg; relatives there, on Wednesday. Class '19 Margaret Davison, Sylva The society young folks of Stan- them with a handsome silver mount- Farmer and Sara Sampson; Class '17 ed gavel upon the occasion of her ford are planning a "The Dansant" Elizabeth Hunn. to be given in the State Bank build- visit here. A delegation of eight members of ing the afternoon and early evening BABY KILLED IN ACCIDENT of Tuesday, Feb. 22, in honor of Logan Whitley chapter went to LanThe sad news was received from Washington's Birthday. caster Thursday afternoon to atMesdames Pattie Brown and Oppie tend the reception to Mrs. Glore giv- Texas this week of the tragic death s' Brown went to Lancaster Thursday en by the John Malcolm Miller chap- of T. C. Jasper, Jr., the The affair was held of morning, the former to assist the lat- ter the that city. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. old gi'andson of T. C. Jasper, home of at ter in starting Rigney, parents, of Mrs. Wood Burn-sid- who formerly lived in Lincoln county Mrs. C. M. Young, of Highland, a member of the chapter. The and has many friends here who will has been quite ill for fhe past two home was attractively decorated, and paper months with a nervous disorder. Her a,delicious luncheon was served. Mrs. Glare on occasion presented the daughter, Miss Effie Young, has re- Lancaster this A. R. with a silver fortunate affair: "On the Dallas D. turned from Louisville, to be with mounted gavel. Those who motored road, six and a half miles north of over from Stanford were Mesdames. Waco, an automobile containing a her. Mrs. C. H. Foster delightfully en- Shelton Saufley and J. C. McClary, touring party, en route from Piano tertained the Dixie Hook Club at her Misses Esther Burch, Jennie War- to Temple, turned turtle Saturday home Tuesday afternoon. A salad ren, Levisa Harris, Sue Taylor Yea-fe- afternoon causing the death of T. C. r. Sue Rout and Nancy 25-cent -- 25 Cents Destroys Your Dandruff and Stops Falling Hair GARNER pOYA &VKlH3 POWDER Absolutely Pure Made from Cream of Tarf ar NOALUM-HOPHOSPKATE .... o High School News -- to eat and no remedy being known, he literally starved to death. The deceased was a well known citizen of his community, liked and respected by all who knew him. He ss survived Jby his wife, who was a Miss Myers, and a son, Herbert Cook, who married Miss Bessie Dawson, daughter of Judge W. L. Dawson, of this city.. The funeral services were conducted at Danville today. HEARD ABOUT TOWN. John Blanton, a well known resident of Moreland, died at his home El-ki- there Tuesday of heart trouble. He is survived by his wife. Mr. Blanton lived in a house back of the Methodist parsonage. Many friends will mourn his demise. ex-Reg- J. E. Miracle, of the Green River section, was in town Thursday with his huckster wagon. He and his brother are operating now under the firm name of J. E. Miracle & Bro., and are doing a big business buying produce, poultry, etc., from the farmers. 9 Easter comes later this year than it has since 1905. April 23 is the date this year. Easter Sunday was the same date in 1906. It will not come as late as April 23 again until eight-month- house-keepin- g. e, 1943, when it will be two days later. April 25. In 1886 Easter Sunday fell on April 25, the latest date for Easter from 1801 until 2000. In the year 2000 Easter Sunday will be on April 23. In the retail business wTn. TV. world Easter furnishes the greatest spring stimulus. Spring will almost r be over by the ? time Easter arrives this year, and the day will almost mark the beginning of summer. En-glema- n, joSaE I course was served and the afternoon proved a most delightful one. In addition to the regular members of the club, Mrs. Foster had as her guests Mrs; John B. Foster and Miss Maggie Stagg. Mrs. Jesse Palmer TTraylor, of this city, underwent a very serious, but successful operation today at the Massie Memorial Hospital for double mastoiditis. The many friends and relatives of 3ttrs. Traylor will be glad to know she is doing nicely. Bourbon News. - Th.Rook Club was delightfully. cuLciiciiircu uy iurs. W. A. JLTlDDle at her home Tuesday afternoon. A delicious salad course was served after the games. Mrs. Tribble's eruests .- MRS. HAWKINS BENEFICIARY. The flight of time makes us- think of A dispatch from "New Orleans says driver of the car, Taylor Jackson, the future. The baby of today reflects that Mrs. Jjucy P. Hawkins, "wife of of Reriner, were painfully bruiesd. what greatness may ro acquired when be H.' P, Hawlrins, out on the TJanville They were coming toward Waco, grows up. And any pike, beyond Hanging Fork "bridge, when they met two men in a buggy influence that brings relief to the expectant will get $8,000 y the death of John going in the opposite direction, who mother is the first aa Harrow, of that city. Mrs. Esther were leading another horse and buggreatest of obligations. gy. Mr. Jackson turned out for the There Is a splendid: H. Leonard, of "Mt. Vernon, will reremedy known as ceive $600, .and her children, John, first horse, but failed to see the sec"Mother's Friend" that ond one until he was within a short has been a safeguard. Fred and Juliet Leonard, $o0$ each. distance of it. To avoid striking the a helpful daily influence, to a host of horse he made a sharp turn. The ni,'- women. Applied exter- Today And A Jasper, Jr., aged. eight months. The. parents of the dead child, Mr. and Generation Hence Mrs. T. Ray Jasper of Piano, and the Our Leading Lines of Hosiery For Spring. raxton, were Mesdames G. B. Cooper, J. B. S. M. Saufley, Toxication Is Self Poisoning 4 front spring broke and the car turned turtle several times, throwing the occupants out. The j. Phoenix and Holeproof. It is a known fact that every one who cares for dress and at the same time wants seavice regards the PHOENIX pure silk hose as the best Carried in all the newest shades Black, White, Pearl, Bronze, Pink, Navy and Champagne. Most of these are shown in plaids, stripes and clockings. The newest creations for this season. HOLEPROOF The Original Guar- anteed Hose. Ladies', Men's and Children's. Black; Tan, Pearl and Navy; all solid colors. Six'pairs to the box, guaranteed to wear-- six months without " .darning. $1.50 per box. In buying your hose from us you w.ill be sure of getting tlje very newest shades, and best material procurable." '"EVERY TIME YOU PASS, LOOK IN 'OUR' SHOW - WINDOWS" ' it,,. 't A i St " -- PH1LMPS & PHILLIPS STMFORDS BEST STOREt fc' Lexington Leader. Among those who attended the basket-ba- ll game at Banville Tuesday night between Central and State University, were: Misses Lucille Gastineau, Elizabeth Eldridge, Mat-s- y Grimes and Josephine Carpenter, Messrs. John Menefee, Wa. Grimes, Boyce Hunh, W. C. Wilson, Sam Em-br- y, Hubert Carpenter, iJev Rout and Arthur Coffey. State defeated Central by a decisive score. Hiss Isabella Givens, the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Givens, gave a beautiful six o'clock dinner, followed by a coon hunt, Friday evening at her country home to a party of Danville young foils. Those who had the pleasure of accepting Miss Givens7 hospitality were Miss Henrietta Rogers, Miss Pauline Boggs, Messrs. Joe Dunn, Marshall Cloyd, Allen and Clay Garrison. .Mr. Hubert Carpenter and Misses r Sallie Mills Craig, Josephine Carpenter and Miss Eldridge, all of Stanford, motored to this city last riight and attended the'rbasket ball game ibetween Centre and George town Mrs. Jennie Wolf ' and guest Mrs. Tom Hughes, of Clarksville, tenn., were'the.-gtSetet-e ofvHrsV'Hill; at- - Stanford. Danville Advocate. , S. Rice, Annie Engleman, G. G. Perry, J. S. Owsley, "R. T. Bruce and Miss Sue Rout. Miss Bettie Crajg--, who has been the guest of Mrs. Archibald Goodloe of Ashland avenue, 3ias returned to her home in Danville and left for a visit to llrs. W-- T. L'insey, of Tyron, North Carolina. She will stOD in Knoxville, Tenn., to see Mrs. James Menefee for a few days. Miss Craig will spend six weeks 5n the South. u. tfaiiey, K. M. Newland, Few 'Realize Causes of This Form ly. T. "W. Pennington, J. of .Ailment. -- fractured and death nally to the musetar they become pliant there la an without baby's skull was they stretch distress, undue pain, are scothetl the nerrea absence of resulted instant- - by taking: away the burden of leaving all to Just natural condition?. There is in "Mother's Friend" the direel Few realize what a grea- - number of people, among those who "five in such cities as this, suffer from autointoxication. This condition, which has caused so much discussion, is nothing more nor less than a slow self poisoning of ratal organs. It is the very foundation of many ailments. When the organs become weakened from any cause they are unable to throw off the accumulations of waste matters. The putrefactive germs soon "begin to get in their deadly work and the sufferer finally is a direct victim of poisons generated right in his own system. Among the common results of this are jaundice, hard cold, constipation, indigestion and fermenting of food, biliousness, sick headaches,- - backaches, diarrhea, dizziness, pains in the kidney region and nervousness. Tanlac is designated especially to combat this condition of congestion brought about by Its properties as a tonic and invigyJ orant tend to throw off 'the poisons and to spur the organs back to needed efforts in' short, to clean thehi and make them normal' again. . To anSutomobilist "it might be .said' that Tanlac 'acts as a spark plug in the human mechanism.' I starts the'vital engines and then keeps them going at a properly regulated ' ...-speed. Tanlac is now obtainable m Stan- -' ford at G.fE.T Penny's "and at Middle--biriat W: 'C. Bryant's, where it is feeing daaytexplAmed duriiig Fthe 14-- ? increasing demand. -auto-intoxication auto-intoxicati- j crs require. Used by their own hand, guided THROAT PARALYSIS FATAL by their own minds, tney learn at once wet Simeon L. Cook, aged about 70 blessed relief from morning1 sickness result--in- g years, died at his home near Willow dailyfrom undue stretching. They experienca calm and nightly rest. It is indeed Grove about eight o'clock Thursday "Mother's Friend." Get a bottle today of , morning, after a long illness of par- any druggist. Then write Bradfield Regulator-Co.410 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga., for ona alysis of the throat The malady af- of the most entertaining and valuable little fected Mr. Cook that he was unable books eTer presented. It is worth writing for. G'ttinff the Price in Two W S p. V , J I is ? ."V 4 , ""v N' gf -- , .'. &M ""'.f i: r r b - tr- - -- T t 'con'--sftantljr v . . Page Six TKe Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February 18, 1916. VALENTINE ROOK PARTY Given By Mr. and Mrs. Skiles Oth-e- r I Tsr"-?r- ? Real Estate For Sale The Following is a Partial List of Our Properties For Sale: 3 1-1-1-- East End Items. ETi m tM J Cop7richt:s:fiby R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. ---.' &1&&& ?i2z w . -- taft..w w '&yaMsmP. -J K -- tucky fully equipped and stocked. 2 No. 99. 500 acres of land, miles from Hustonville on good pike; No. 86. 56 acres 1 2 miles from 5 houses: 2 houses 1 2 stories, of good town. house; good 6 rooms each and 3 houses of 4 barn; large driveway and all neces2 large barns; fencing sary outbuildings; good orchard; . rooms each; new and all buildings in good shape; two wells, and pond; fencing good; well watered; 30 acres for tobacco; buildings all new. Price $3,500. 135 acres in pasture and balance in No. 89. 140 acres, frame d timber. Price very cheap; dwelling and porches; two barns; one down and balance in 1 and 2 years. for stock and the other a six-acto match these half This is a rare bargain and it will tobacco barn; crib, buggy house, scrambling hearts to find partners for the game. pay those who have money to invest etc. All in grass except about 25 1 to look it over. A fine chance to acres; water in field; fencing and After indulging for several hours more than double your money in 2 buildings in good shape. Nice or- in playing, the tables were cleared or 3 years. chard. Price $60.00 an acre. Terms and a splendid lunch was served, e farm right in right. No. 100. consisting of fruit cream and several The patented process makes edge of good town; splendid No. 90. Linnletta Springs. brick residence, 3 halls and front main hotel has 30 rooms and The kinds of cake. After luncheon each four guest was invited into an adjoining Prince Albert so good in pipe porch 10x44; new barn 34x50; old room cottage in yard. L2i9flHSlLjti JJLSlM&rSM&i barn 20x30; new auto and buggy consist of about ten The grounds room, where were piled all sizes of acres. This or rolled into cigarette house and all other necessary out- property has cost the owner from boxes. These were auctioned off buildings and all new; fencing all Will and as high as one hundred dollars $30,000.00 uniwater first to last overAsk new and good; never-failin- g in every field on the farm. This place sell dirt cheap. price is us about this was bid. Each opened his box to satisfies smoke has 40 acres bottom land and 110 property. Themove the so cheap you find wrapped in many papers, marbuildings for acres level land well drained and bal- could afford to bles, balls, pacifiers, dolls and after and then make good money. desires ! This patented process, ance upland. Every foot can be cul- it No. 19. Hanging Fork farm of much merriment the happy crowd tivated and no better producing land 42 acres right on pike; has which also removes bite and in Lincoln county; 85 acres in grass house, barn, etc; place well watered sought their homes and rest at 12 and balance in cultivation. This is a and fenced; o'clock, wishing valentine day would for a quick sale, $70 parch, is controlled by us. No good hemp and tobacco farm and per acre and easy terms. This is good come oftener. Those present were: will easily produce 12 barrels of corn strong soil and worth more money Mr. and Mrs. Skiles, Mr. and Mrs. other tobacco can be like to the acre. Price right and easy rW iwn1iWrmrattggmWriwrr but must be sold. hi Willis, Dr. and Mrs. Phillips, Mr. and terms. It will pay you homeseekers No. 44. 234 acre rarm 1 2 miles Mr. and Mrs. to look at this placa. from one of the best towns in cen- Mrs. Maurice Perkins, No. 101. 310 acres on good pike Wallace Gover, Mr. and Mrs. Saun5 miles from Lawrenceburg, Ky. ; has tral Kentucky and only. 2 miles from good railroad station; right on pike ders, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goodwin, tobacco barn house; graded in district; and silo; splendidly adapted to graz- and inexcept 4 school and aboutall170 Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Collier, Mr. grass acres ing. Price 35 per acre and terms Carpenter, "Mrs. Anderson, acres being in blue grass sod; no bet- Jamie right. Mrs. Sam Tatem, Mrs. Caltha New-lanthe national joy smoke farm in Mercer ter watered farm in the state; fencing No. 102 254-acy Miss Jewel Goodwin, Miss Clagood; has a large frame county, Ky., on good pike; large barns, residence; 2 tenant nouses; 2 residence, anything you etc. This land ra Collier, Miss Katherine Middleton, Men who have stowed away gentle old jimmy pipes Listen: put on it; it Miss Mary Gray, Mr. and Mrs, tobacco will grow stock barns and 1 is an ideal stock farm; magnificent It's easy to change the shape 100-to- n for years, have brought them back to the tune of silo. Place well waterbarn; Gooch, Prof. Hatfield, and Tom Hays and color of unsalable brands ed and all fencing and buildings in home; splendid community; in the Bronaugh. to imitate the Prince Albert Prince Albert! Get yours out, for your confidence tidy red tin, but it is impossible good shape; 100 acres Blue Grass richest part of county. Price $100 to imitate the flavor of Prince per acre; terms right any of our girls or boys reIf never will be abused! We tell you Prince Albert will sod land; 80 acres in clover; plenty Albert tobacco ! The patented No. 48 miles process protects that ! of locust posts. Price $75 per acre. Stanford on324 acres, 2 most from ceived valentines, they have kept set pipe free the tenderest tongue I good pike; of this very quiet on the subject. We tried Will trade for a good farm close to good town in this or other states. farm is in grass; besides the resi- to interrogate some of the widows, And smoked in a makin's cigarette, Prince Albert is so dence there Prince Albert can be bought All tobacco and hemp land and all bacco barn, is a good stock and toeverywhere is 36x80; cribs, etc fenc- but their sour looks frightened us so refreshing and delightful that it gives you a new idea of in toppy redtobacco 5c:sold lies well. This is a good stock farm. tidy bass, e farm 2 miles ing good; and always an abundance we forgot to say anything to the old No. 103 fire-u- p red tins, 10c; handsoma cigarette happiness. Any way you Prince Albert, it pound and of this d tin from Stanford on good pike; house andwater;graze is a good stock farm maids. humidors and in that classy will more cattle than any will win you quick as a flash it's so good and so friendly ! of 5 rooms; barn 26x40 and all nepound crystal-glas- s Mr. Burton Thompson, of Quail, humidor farm with cessary outbuildings; place well wa- terms in this section; price right and was here to see his best girl Montop easy. keeps the tobacco in that R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-SaleN. C. tered; fencing and buildings good. 5S such fine condition I No. 80. 53 acres of land, one day, and went to Louisville that evedown and d Price 85,000, and a half story house of five rooms, ning for a visit to his brother, balance in 1 and 2 years. 3S&B$83E$S33iB3 No. 104. Four large farms in porch and good cellar; one small Claud. stock bam and tobacco barn 60x30. Garrad county, Ky., all making a to- All other necessary outbuildings; 35 Mrs. Traylor is with her daughter, tal acreage of 1,340 acres. One of acres in grass and cultivation; fine Mrs. Ivon Fish. TVIiss Jennie Benge who stays with Mr. George Denny sold his little right. Take Dr. King's New Discovthese farms is within a mile and a orchard of over 100 trees, peaches, Miss Snllie Lutes will leave for Mr. Henry Catron and family, was place to Mr. Albert Hasty. half of Lancaster and the others pears, apples, etc; well watered and ery. It is prepareA from Pine Tar, from 5, 6 and 10 miles from Lancas- fairly well fenced; a good home, well London, Saturday to visit her par-- j at home last week. Miss Louise Simpson is visiting healing balsams and mild laxatives. ter. These places have large con- located, close to schools and in good ents. Mr. and Mrs. Rice Benge visited her sitser, Mrs. Payne, of Crab Or- Dr. King's 'New Discovery kills and crete silos, large tobacco and stock community. Price, only $1,200. Mr. Robert Collier is in Pineville their son, Mr. James Benge on Ne- chard. expels the cold germs, soothes the irhouses, barns, nice residences, tenant No. 81. Nice Misses Ida and Lizzie Smith was ritated throat and allays inflammaetc. We will cut any of these farms large yard and good gardencottage, this week on business. gro Creek last Friday and SaturDr. Harmon was called to see Mrs. day. to suit purchasers. This is your stock of groceries, hardware, small the guest of Mrs. Ida Thompson tion. It heals the mucous membrane-Searc- h etc., chance to get the size farm that you with cheap rental contract on store- Will Pettus, who is quite sick. Saturday evening. as you will, you cannot find Miss Birdie Graham has returned want located to suit the purchaser. room, barn .and barn lots for four Mrs. Milt Condor has been kept to her school at Mt. Vernon, after a better cough and cold remedy. Its Talk to us about these properties for store use over 45 years is a guarantee of How To Cure Colds Wkno.wwe have tfce right prices and. years. The corner room, etc., is place at home by a severe attack of grip. a pleasant stay with homefolks. of yard. This ' Mrs. Jamie Carpenter also is quite can interest vou. Avoid exposure and drafts. Eat satisfaction Mr. Wm. Thompson is somewhat lopike ' ' farm 1 mile is right on thecounty and the best No. 105 sick. improved. cation for from good country town and right store. in the for cash or a country Mr. Garner Price is gradually sinkWill sell trade. Elmer Denny was the guest of his grass; all outon pike; 10 acres in No. 50. Two-storframe ing and his death is hourly expected. aunt, Mrs. Ida Thompson Sunday. fencing good; well watered; no side Mr. James Manuel is sick, sufferimprovements. Price $1,000; one-ha- lf dwelling; two barns; place contains 1 Mr. Bryant Brown was up to see splendid garden, etc; ASTAR0FH0PE C0M-CEL-SAdown and balance in 1 and 2 acre of land;graded ing from a bruise on his leg. his daughter, Mrs. Ida Thompson. R in Stanford district. $2,d00 years. was Mrs. Sallie Thompson, who wouldn't put the improvements on Several from this section attended No. 96. One of the best equipup the sale of Mr. Joe Broughton at -ped blacksmith shops in this part of this place; will sell or trade. Price sick several days last week is The Great Stomach, Liver a Crab Orchard on the 10th. the State. It cost $800 to equip it, $1,500. 94. One of the best farms in again we are glad to say. Kidney and Blood Remedy No. s or Z4 including $100 worth of bolts and $50 Uncle John Edmiston is very feeMr. Joe Smith of Woodstock viswagon timber, etc. Will sell Central Kentucky, of 261 acres; two ble, but seems to be getting some worth of grand-fathe- r, Mr. Bryant of 12 all for $250 spot cash. This is a big story frame dwelling and 60-f- t. rooms; stronger. Dr. Doores and Mr. Guest ited his S FOR 2 barns, 75x75 each, fee'd Brown last week. On Sale at All Drug Stores the right man to opportunity for 20 shed on side with large crib; 2 bug- have both been sick, but are better SUFFERERS Mrs. Lizzie Watson continues to make good money. resi- gy houses; 3 hen houses; smoke and able to come down town. Mr. improve. No. 98. Two-stor- y cultivation house, etc; ROOTS dence; garden; well at door and all and balance 30 acres insplendid or- Armp Hiatt seems to have taken a $1.00 FOR THREE BOXES HERBS ;3I The little child of Mr. and Mrs. in grass; i outbuildings; right at necessary lr sitting per- Russell Watson, that has been so chard of 400 trues; everlasting new lease on life. He is good school, etc. The price on this Makes Three Quarts water in is as cheap as dirt Will sell, trade springs, ponds, etc., in factand fenc- fectly erect upon his horse just ill is much improved. every field. All buildings across the street as we write, and no of Medicine or rent, and make right terms. It Little Ivon and Sylvia Thompson condition. Right one of our old people seems in betin will pay you to investigate this prop- ing pike first class mile on the sick list. are on from depot; and one erty. LASTS THREE MONTHS he. Mrs. Fish, Mrs. Mr. George White bought a good Large blacksmith shop, finest shipping point on the road; an ter spirits thanMagee, Mrs. Frances No. 97. This land will Egbert, Mrs. milk cow from Mr. Oscar Simpson. 50x90 feet metal roof and all in good ideal stock farm. sell or rent this. See grow wheat, corn, tobacco, hemp, Edmiston, Mrs. Mary Hunter and condition. Will the us about the price and terms. This etc., as well as any land in farm State Mrs. Middleton have all been sufferlays locations in the of Kentucky. The whole is one of the best No waste ing this winter from grip, but seem eountv for this business and we will well and is well drained. be driven to be much better. Mr. and Mrs. An make you a price on this, that you land. all of automobile can not a foot it and there is Rogers are still sick. Mr. Rogers has could not begin to put up the build- over of cold or swamp land on it. Price been very low with heart failure. As ing for. . No. 89. 21 acres of good land in $30,000.00 and terms right. right on the weather brightens we hope to be No. 61. town; the corporate limits of a goodcultiva- Main street, One town lot$600; also able to say everyone is well in our 80x270. Price 5 acres in grass balance in on good street. four other lots 60x138. Trice $300 town. tion. Wide frontage $800. Will sell or exchange this property. each and one lot 90x100. Price walks Are you prepared for your Spring and Summer Suit? If not, we will be glad good land, resi All of these lots have concrete 02. 76 acres of To Cure Children's Colds to show you our Fabrics and Models of the very latest of fashions. dence of five extra large rooms, layer ifd inare wel1 locate J. Best building town. weatherboarding lot Keep child dry, clothe comfortable, of brick between No. 64. 172 acres of splendid and plaster; halls and porches; the hemp and tobacco land; avoid exposure and give Dr. Bell's MadeTo-Vieasur- e new and all rooms house practically It is pleasant, brick residence with basenewly papered; two barns, house for stripping tobacco; crib; meat house, ment; splendid barn with water pip- soothing, antiseptic, raises phlegm ed large concrete silo; etc. Place well watered, three ponds all In the same; good repair. This is and reduces inflammation. The first buildings in failing springs; about and two never does gives relief, continued treatment 35 acres in grass and balance in cul- an A 1 farm. Price $20,000; terms with proper care will avoid seriqus' illtivation. In splendid community and easy. 69.dwellNo. right at edge of good town. Price ing; barn -74 acres; all necessary ness or a long cold. Don't delay 40x60 and treatment. Don't let your child sufone half down and $100.00 per acre outbuildings; well watered and fenc- fer. Get a bottle today. Insist on Our Cleaning. Pressbalance in 1 and 2 years. 60x400 on the ed; right on pike and only three miles No. 94. Vacant lot 25c at from Stanford. Price $6,000. One Dr4 Bell's ing and Repairing is in best residence street in Stanford, half cash and easy terms on balance. druggists. Kentucky. Price $600.00. Tailoring, Exceptional cottage; new No. 73. Three-roocharge of Mr. John MaNo. 84. 100 acre farm two miles Ky., in the richest stable containing three stalls and from Danville, Mt. Zion corn ry, of Lexington, andean in All Things, Style, Merpart of Boyle county. Two story good crib; small storeroom on pike; cistern ati door and never failseven rooms, halls, frame dwelling of ground; well in not be excelled by any 'and norches. Good barn, crib, etc. ing buildings lot; 5 acres of in good We are having some very cold it, and Greatest of All, and fencing cistern right at all Splendidly watered, weather which is real pinchy after condition. Place city. Mode, three everlasting springs, good community. well located and in such a warm spell. en Id Price $1,750. lays well and no )iWs, etc. All p P.i fraatje land on it. Fencing good. No. 75. e farm; two cotThe Sunday school went into winn AlsS 100 barrels corn, 50 bales of tages; one 4 rooms: the other three ter headquarters for the last two tobacco barn; 50 Sundays, on account fityfe25 bales of oats, 18 cattle, 2 rooms; ten-acr- e of the extremev 2 brood sows, acres cleared; balance in timber; ffljocTmules, & shoats, 4H never failing springs; close to good ly bad weather, but will meet again turnssssk 3cSs, 1 biM)dmare,2 several drills, town; churches and school. Price $25 the first Sunday weather wij. pervaiue, 10 rest ii H wheat ing plows, cuttivi&ors, n piiJfiviWnrBetc.. evervthiner in per acre. tWi'ikI' We call for and delfver mit. No. 30. 106 acres of land located what surpassing quality tqalsHJhat is necessary to tEL Everyone here is sorry to hear of at a good railroad 2 fc all work in city and pay m fcojjumerous to men- - right residence, one old station;one the illness of Mr. Garner Price. barn and over to I tgn this plag we offer at $15 to $24. new 30x50, with shed on each side; Mrs. Ethel White visited her sisparcel post one way. All S2 nwacnaseiv antraiwre out wiiivnouse- crib, smokehouse, etc; well watered ter, Mrs. Thompson last Thursday. fSBfcagoS . PciciaOOOfe-oJiehal- f t& tf?,c8ai work guaranteed. balBScejio$uit tpur15fas1er. and fenced. Good orchard; about 40 Mrs. White is somewhat improvedj cultivation and HVsaiJs-? time to ge acres of this place "hir?ia ehancft ost tecera5 Ken balance for grazing.inThis is a bargain her many friends will be glad' to hY VT.(H b'iiulrothiMjestofaMsMht mm r II f fcS'l,. M X.I I for $50 per acre and terms right. know. 5 Mrs. A. A. Wren had the jnisfor--, With Us If You Want to Sell 3 tune to get her feet frostbitten; THE nu-Wa- y which has eiven her much Win. .' ; Mr. and Mrs. John Payne, 6f'Cfab Orchard visited their parents,. Mr. U. i, ' OffiSlShddAtterQtetHppoMe and Mrs. J. L. Simpson last week. ourtt House. Office Phone 180. Mrs. R. A. Smith is von Jhe sick CLEANERS "j PHONE 25S TAILORS niw tSTANFQ RD, QiENTUCKY. list. six-roo- m one-thirre Crab Orchard, Feb. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Skiles entertained Tuesday evening by giving a, Valentine Rook party. About thirty guests were present. The house was decorated with hearts of every size placed where they could be plainly seen. Each guest was given half a heart tally card on which was written a poetic phrase and there was a wMvmm mm Why Prince Albert meets men's tastes all over the world a a 170-acr- that iis popularity is now versal! It all 1-- 7-a- iR i nce Albert d, re two-stor- ry, 10-ac- re 130-acr- half-poun- sponge-moisten- er m, s one-thir- five-roo- m locat-ecfrignt- -- 'at 30-ac- re y, -- t-- six-roo- m PREPAREDNESS! International Suits. two-stor- y, 10-roo- m Bine-Tar-Hone- y. Pine-Tar-Hon- m ss 140-acr- VALUE. me jee iytf Clif nasi If Ladies' Work a Specialty. I" ii4 JlcCARTY 3 5$ $ (Ju til . Stanford Dry Cleaning Company . E ft - K W ifu -- . S QfTE & Id i "3 M 8-- tt li . . Id w a ?k -- . T . ..- :t: - vV The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: (Friday, February WEST END MASONIC BANQUET A Delightful Affair in- - Every Way Hustonville News Notes. 18, 1916. but a breakdown caused him to transfer his passengers to the auto of L. F. Steele, and the party proceeded Page Seven I OWE MY HEALTH CflSTORIA rjt&rj 11 to Stanford. J. W. Russell 7 "on the Bradfords-vill- e 'Wmilfm i)'-- i ij For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have ?. Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PRR nPKT" AVcgclablePirpsralicnrorAs. similaiins iIieFooffnntrRpiJiira. ling Utc S lomadis andBoxs of 1 Bears the Signature of m m lM Hustonville, Feb. 17. banquet given by the local To Lydia E. Pinkham's" Veg. Masons at the opera house, was etable Compound. one of the most delightful affairs held here in recent years. The banWashington Park, III "I am the quet was arranged for by Dr. O. S. Williams, assisted by a committee mother of four children and have suf fered with female that was appointed for the occasion, trouble, backache, they certainly are to be congratand nervous spells and ulated on the excellent menu that the blues. My chiwas prepared. Dr. Williams was ldren's loud talking toastmaster. The following were and romping would The-- pike, sold to McCormack & Co., eight head of 125 pound fat hogs at cents. A Mr. Thompson of near Preach-ersvill- e, present: Dr. 0. S. Williams, Mrs. 055 . PromofesDigeslionJCkerfuI-nesii s andR2st.ContaIttsncilto Opiuni.Mcrphinc norMacraL Not Narcotic. ji!Seaia fimipkia Seed" AAlf In EeapeoFOlldrStt'mmcsm ! Jwcrnsit IfcsiSetd- ClanScd Simr Aticrfect Remedv for ConsRpa1 1 inn . Sour Stomach.Diarrlidca 3 "r Worras,CoHvulsians.teveristinessanuLoss OF SLEEP. - F Af l Use For Over racSiniile Signature of The Centaur Compass; NEW YORK. Thirty Years m& JBBMMMVnMB -- 0 Guaranteed under the Kooal THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NCW YORK CITY. Exact Copy of Wrapper. jjjjPmPjflUJSaS9BBByjBV When the Ford Time Comes, Gentle Annie. 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. H. C. ANDERSON, Stanford Storage FORD AGENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Repairing Tires Accessories Phone 203 - . J.;f U'l .' ?- u- -i ii ujl iu9iciarzt9snanaiErc - Mt,iv3CEBsai There is none better. It is all heat. If you order Rex you get It makes no clinkers. Rex. I am sole agent for Rex. I It does not soil your hands. See what I give with each It makes no soot. each $1 spent with me. WHY BURN REX? I Phcne:Res. 73,0fficell8-J- . N. W. FOWLE H& Am " Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. 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 Walter Vanarsdale, of Danville, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Stephenson, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stephenson, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Hicks, Mr. Roger Hicks and Miss Nancy Weddle, Mr. J. W. Hos-kin- s, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Fields, Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Childress, Robert Ford, Joseph Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Carson, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Riffe, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Riffe, Mr. John Hicks and Miss Blanch Barnett, Mr. Alger Weddle and Miss Anna Floyd, Mr. W. M. McKinney, Prof, and Mrs. S. S. Robinson, Mr. Samuel Lusk and Miss Angie Carpenter, Rev. Beagle and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry AdWe wish every woman who suffers ams, Mr. Julian Riffe and Mr. L. F. from female troubles, nervousness, Steele. After the supper a most de- backache or the blues could see the letlightful musical program was render- ters written by women made well by Lyed by a string band. dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Mr. J. P. Eads and family left last If you have any symptom aboutwhich Thursday for their new home in Jes you would like to know write to the samine county, where he rented a Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for helpful advice given free of large farm for this year. charge. J. W. Hoskins was called to the bedside of his father at Merrimac, Mr. Sprinkles, of Ellisburg sold to Taylor county, last week. Dave Peyton, of Moreland, a fat hog Bert McKinley and William Short, weighing about 600 pounds at 5 c. of Middleburg, were in our midst James H. Woods and wife of Stanlast Thursday, in the interest of the ford, spent last Wednesday here timber business. J. D. Smiley and Mason Popwell, with the latter's parents. Gilmore Burton and Henry Snow of Frye's Creek, were here last week went to Lexington last week to take on business. They were out to Josh Myers' broom factory where they se- an examination as chauffeurs. Charlie Armstrong, colored, is cured a large quantity of brooms back from Stanford, where he has which Mr. Myers had made for them been serving out a fine. on shares. The teachers of the Christian J. H. Baughman & Co.'s truck church met last Wednesday evening from Stanford, was here last Thurs- to transact business of the Sunday day with 3,000 pounds of flour for school. Riffe brothers. W. B. Newell Tells us that he has Pete Zanone of Louisville, was in rented tobacco land again for the town last week with the new auto coming season. truck purchased by Mr. Merriman, Aunt Priscilla Drye fell last Wedthe Moreland poultry dealer. nesday night at the home of her Miss Lou Cowan went to Monticel-l- o daughter, Mrs. W. L. Evans, and re last week to see her sister, Mrs. ceived an ugly cutover one eye, in which it required several stitches to Costello, who is quite ill. close oip. She is getting along nicely Mrs. A. H. Baugh' went to just now, considering her age. Her Thursday to visit relatives. Restus Floyd and wife, of Perry-vill- e, many friends are hoping for a came over last Thursday to vis- speedy recovery. it his father, J. H. Floyd out on the J. B. Honaker was in town last Thursday morning after several days Stanford pike. Mrs. Josiah Bishop returned from confinement with the grip. James Stephenson, captured a a pleasant visit Thursday to her one day last week, with daughter, Mrs. R. A. Lipps, at Dan- ground-ho- g a steel trap that had been set for ville. To find ont in what posiS. D. Yowell, of Danville, was here a pole-ca- t. was caught, you tion the ground-ho- g for a short while Friday on business. C. C. Combest, Al Land, and Bud will have to get Jimmy to explain. Quite a number of automobile Cundiff of Liberty were here Friday on their way to Moreland where they owners left water in their radiators Sunday night, with the result, that were to catch a Q. & C. train. Honest Joe Snow of Eubank, has on Monday, they were frozen and been here several days among burst. Reports have been circulated here friends. Joe- - is one of Eubank's merchants and is doing a in the past few days that Robert, the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Giblively business there just now. Ben McKinley, of Ellisburg, will son Russell, of Peoria, 111., was dead, leave this week with his family for but Mr. J. W. Russell stated to this Greenwood, Ind., where he will do reporter Tuesday, that all reports concerning the death, were of no carpenter work. Mrs. Kate Myers was quite ill last foundation, and that Mr. and Mrs. Russell and family are all alive and week but is better at this writing. Young Brothers, of Adair county, in the best of health at their home passed through here Saturday eve- in Illinois where they have been since ning with 40 head of cattle that a visit here Christmas to friends and were placed on the Stanford market. relatives. Mrs. Lavina Carson's noted old A good crowd attended the Spears family mare Pet, died a few days sale Saturday and everything sold ago, at the age of 34 years. brought fair prices. Will Drye, the colored chaffeur, Mrs. Carl Wheeler and son, Carl, started to Stanford Monday morning Jr., left Saturday for Lexington, after a pleasant visit for two or three with a load of passengers to court, weeks at the Wheeler Emporium l-2- passed through here Tuesday with a drove of mixed size shoats he purchased over in Casey county at 5 l-and 6c and was taking them to Stanford where we understand he had them contracted for at 7 cents. E. McCormack and Squire Gann make me so nervous arrived home Tuesday from the East I could just tear where they had been to make coneverything to pieces tracts for spring wool. and I would ache all over and feel so sick Action Is Natural. that I would not P. S. Meehan, Hancock, Mich., want anyone to talk to me at times. Lydia E. Pinkham's writes: "I have given Foley Cathartic Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills re- Tablets a thorough trial .and can posstored me to health and I want to thank itively state they are the best laxayou for the good they have done me. I tive I ever used. Their action is nathave had quite a bit of trouble and ural, no pain or griping, and they worry but it does not affect my youthful looks.' My friends say ' Why do you clean the system in fine shape." Stout look so young and well ? ' I owe it all persons say the buoyant, free feelto the Lydia E. Pinkham remedies." ing they bring is a blessing. Sold Mrs. Robt. Stopiel, Moore Avenue, everywhere. Washington Park, Illinois. 2c I Cani lfe Resis- iM-1 & Wik tf; TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Having recently returned from the West and now permanently located at McKinney, have decided to go into the real estate business at this place with my brother, V. M. Tanner under the firm name of Lincoln County Farms Land Company, with offices in the John L. Tanner storeroom, near the canning factory. With 8 years experience in the real estate business in Washington, Oregon and California to help, we feel that we can give to the good people of Lincoln county, who will list their property with us for sale, prompt service and a square deal. Yours truly, John L. Tanner, McKinney, Ky. 13-3t anything made with Calumet Baku Powder. Mother never 'had such wholesome bakings until she used Calumet. "It's Calumet surety, uniformity, purity, strength, that makes every baking turn out right that saves millions of housewives liakingPowdermoney. Be fair to yourself use Calumet. Received Highest Awards Xetc Cook Book Free See Sttp in l'ound Can. POWDJJ HOT Mason's Gap There are a large number of grip victims in this community. A small crowd attended church Sunday. This was due to tne awful z Mon-ticel- lo bad weather. Mr. John Miracle has recovered after many day's suffering with grip. Mrs. E. L. Miracle continues quite ill, we are sorry to state. Farmers are not doing much work this kind of weather. Miss Florence Burke was the attractive guest of Miss Cordie Miracle last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Ed Miracle and little neice came up Tuesday to see Mrs. E. L. Miracle. ,d LMrrttMcMGF CHICA Cheap and big canBakingPowdersdonot save you money. Calumetdoes h'sPare and far superior to sour milk and soda. Lunette Hurst is spending several days at Stanford with her cousins. Mrs. C. C. Gerkey and son, Claude Aunt Anna Hooker was down to were weclome visitors at Neal's see Mr. John Hooker and family Creek Saturday. Monday. Doctor Saves a Blacksmith Some time ago I was taken with Kidney trouble which caused me to give up my work as blacksmith. I lost my appetite and could not sleep from the dreadful pains that would come over me, from my kidneys. I was treated by a physician for about three months. He could not help me so finally he prescribed Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. I started taking some and before I had finished taking the first bottle I began to eat and sleep better than I had in a long time. I continued to take same until I was entirely cured and took on considerable weight. I am now back working at my trade again and never felt better in my life. I appreciate what Swamp-Rohas done for me and will recommend it to anyone who suffers with their kidneys. VVhen physicians fail to give relief and then, prescribe Swamp-Roo- t, they sure know its merits. I am, Very truly yours, S. A. HALE. State of New York County of Monroe, ss. S. A. Hale, of Henrietta, N. Y., being duly sworn deposes and says that he is the person who wrote 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. ot - up-to-da- te Mrs. Barney Davis was out to see her mother, Mrs. H. C. Hurst recently. Little Lydia Miracle is numbered with the sick. Mr. Charles Thompson was tne pleasant caller at the home of Mrs. Anna Hooker last Sunday. Mr. Abe Hoskins of Greasy Ridge, was calling on Mr. E. L. Miracle recently. It is reported that Little Ethel and Shelton Hooker continue quite ill at this writing. Miss Pearl Hooker came over to see the Misses Miracle Monday afternoon. Mrs. A. L. Thompson is confined to her room with grip. Mrs. H. C. Hurst was the welcome visitor here Tuesday. Bro. Hasty will hold meeting al J. B. Robbins' Sunday, Feb. 20, at 10 o'clock a. m. flats. An alarm of burglary was given by one of our citizens last Friday night, in the western portion of the city, but by the time neighbors arrived on the scene, the intruders had Coughs and Colds are Dangerous! One out of every three people die of Lung Diseases all started with a Cough. K&W.JL DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR disappeared. Mrs. Charles Montgomery and childdren, of Liberty, were guests of her father here last week. i t&y&zi '. Morm Lambs WBKk 3 Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. OF PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. Plumbing and Heating C. E. FARM LOANS CONTINENTAL Fire Insurance Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle D. A. THOMAS, 5 That'e where Drofits ura In Rhonn raisin?, but vnn rjinnnfc mt thn hlir profits unless yon keep your animals free from worms. r"Muttons 1 Mere m ." Wool-Mo- rm Per Cent ac.wM .. At First Sign of Cough take' Dr. King's New Discovery ; Few of us realize the danger of Coughs and Colds. We consider them common and harmless ait- ments. However statistics tell us every third person dies of a- luri r ailment. Dangerous Bronchial and Lung J diseases often' follow a neglected As your, bpdy struggles . cold. against cold germs, no better did can be had than Dr. King's; New ; Discovery. fIts merit has been tested by old and young. In use over. 45 years. ;GeLa bottle Avoid the risk of serious Lung ailments. All druggists. ,r -.- - BOWER -- will positively clean ont the worms, not only in your sheep, but in every other animai on your place. This wonder work- - Ji Ins remedy will destroy and expel every J Letter to lart worm, leaving the animal free to digest I Dr. Kilmer & Co., and assimilate every ounce of food It eats, n ou nuuuwiuiujujc HBO. COD N. Y. .bv .dlc uuu ji ilia iiiii. 14 finir f ti J Binghampton, per head k uitivuvii to feed. Sal'Vat is manufactured by tho S. H. Fell Comnanv. Prove What Swamp-Roo- t f ! Stanford, Ky. 3 St-V- mt i view Office with J. L. Beazley phone42, res. phone 263 Phone 80 Stanford, - Kentucky 1 Will Do For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sam ple size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a book let of valuable information; "telling about the kidneys and bladder. .When writing, be sure r.nd merltibit the V im mmM y E. T. Pence, Jr. Stanford Interior Journal. Regular fifty-cesize bottles and for sale at all drug stores". nt one-dollar to-da- y. ,13-4-5- -6 V 5? '. eE-- : ;: K ,U i ' Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford; Kentucky: Friday, 'February -- .1 8, 1 91 6, Every Family Needs This Splendid Remedy COMPOUND OF SIMPLE LAXA-- TIVE HERBS RECOMMENDED FOR CONSTIPATION. When a remedy has stood the test of critical analysis and strong "competition for over a quarter of a century and establishes itself as the indispensable household remedy in thousands of homes, it is pretty good evidence of its ejficacy. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has been on the market since 1889, its use being gradually extended until now it is generally regarded by druggists as the staple family laxative. It is a combination of simple laxative herbs, free from opiates or narcotic drugs, gentle in its action and positive in effect. It costs only fifty cents a bottle and can be purchased in drug stores everywhere. Mr. Frank Klima, of 2309 Ashland Ave., Baltimore, Md., wrote Dr. Caldwell recently that he had tried about everything without being helped until he got a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which he con- - Top hogs were $8.55 at Cincinnati Friday; $8.40 at Chicago; cattle dull and lower. Tom Pence sold to J. W. Williams, Monday, a bul calf for $30. J. B. Hudson & Son, of Louisville, of horses bought in Mercer a car-loa-d $100 to $150. W. JL.. Graham, of Mercer, sold a horse by Judge coming Thurmna's Rex Monroe, to J. H. Flower, of Oklahoma, for $300. J. H. Bustle sold four hogs to T. W. Jones at seven cents a pound early in the week. The porkers averaged 190 pounds. two-year-o- at Wonderful Gear. &' ""''kf ld Jim and Jeb Chandler, near Cedar Creek, sold 7,000 pounds of tobacco on the Danville breaks last week, which averaged them 10 cents a ( 'WKk m.V w JC. .. i. J MR. FRANK KLIMA. , J J siders the greatest known remedy indigestion, constipation and stomach troubles. Get a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syr-Ju- p Pepsin from your druggist and keep it in the house. A trial bottle free of charge, can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 Washington St, Monticello, 111. for THE PAST FIVE YEARS, INCLUDING RUNAWAYS AND WRECKS, WITHOUT THE FIRST ., -- o h , . . nere iuonuay. extra steer f BROKEN REACH, KING BOLT, KING BOLT BRACE, OR FIFTH WHEEL. IF ANY ONE KNOWMonte Fox, of Danville gave Will He sod t frQm Garrard MR J .. mare 17 yearling steers for ?402 ING OF EITHER OF THESE BEING BROKEN ON OUR PATENT GEAR, WE WOULD CONSIDreppies AF xor a ieo mu.e grey m cuior, ueie luu.muy. Walter McKinney sold to Gran. ER IT A FAVOR IF THEY WOULD LET US KNOW IT. donn u. j.ynn, near oneiuy vi,le Lutes a bunch of hogg 25 Qr e uuncn 3Q jn number to be delivered in purcnaseu irom o. u. INVITING YOUR INSPECTION, of heifers court day at $30 per head. ; April at 7 Thev wiU average W. K. Shugars purchased last about 150 pounds veeK a oneuana pony irom nany R Q Lee(Js of Richmondf Ind Carter for his son, W. K., Jr., pay-- U purchased a half interest in the ing $80 for him. famous percheron stallion, Carnot, a. r. cawaras, oi xne jmik a,from w g Corga whitehall IU) Dougnt xnree cajyes nere iuonuay jor 2Q 000 " irom u. latnam, oi ruiasKi, paying Jack Spoonamore and Bona Mc R. M. ARNOLD, $72.50 for the bunch. From Bun Kechnie, the hustling young farmers . ., A, L. Thompson, of the Mason's of the Hubble section, bought a Gap section, sold four shoats here bunch of 14 steers, that averaged Monday to Lee Rankin, of Hubble at about 650 pounds, from J. A. and R. $3 each. K. Young, of Adair county, here J. W. Williams, on the. Knob Lick Monday at $40 a head. pike, bought a bunch of calves from "Uncle Harve" Poynter, who with various parties at about $27.50 a most of his family has been down head here Monday. with grip at his home at Walnut Flat r change, but as to the Kentucky mar have to be replaced. If this should M. TC. TJntrio. nf fifirrflvd. hnuirhfc PAYNE PETTIT. was able to come to town Monday, At the bride's home in the East ket suffering any ill effects, such has happen it is expected that the far18 here Monday of E. P. Hildreth, however. He has just bought 16 End Wednesday, "W. R. Pettit, aged not yet been the case and most prob- mers and feeders of Kentucky will calves; he paid $170 for five and shoats that averaged 110 pounds at 50, and twice a widower, was mar- ably will not be. The Southern buy- receive prices for their mules which $429 for the other 13. seven cents a pound. ried to Miss Clara M. Payne, aged ers are coming into Tennessee and will eclipse all highwater marks of Adolph VonGruenigan bought last Richard Collins, of Woodford Kentucky and are buying directly former years. 27. J week from Albert VonGruenigan a county, has purchased from Hugh from the Kentucky merchants inyearling horse mule for $80.72. Ev- Scott, administrator for the Goode Now Feels Entirely Well. stead of buying these mules in the erybody wants to know what that 72 heirs, a farm containing 181 acres, A. H. Francis, Zenith, Kas., writes: Atlanta exchange. The extensive Would Connect Chicents was tacked on for, but the about three miles east of Nicholas-vill"I had a severe pain in my back and mule buyers of Kentucky are buying popular brothers won't tell. cago With New York lying near the L. & N. railroad. could hardly move J took about two up the mules from the producers and S. B. Smith, of Pulaski county, He paid $100 an acre. thirds of a 50c box of Foley Kidney are weekly receiving buyers from sold a bunch of light beeves to J. E. Senator R. L. Hubble bought 22 Pills artd now feel entirely well." Georgia, Florida and South Carolina The Type Used in One Year to PubAllen, of Danville Monday. There head of yearling steers here SaturMiddle-age- d lish Endorsements of Doan's and older men and wo- which are new to their trade, on acwere 19 in the bunch averaging 550 day from M. A. Maupin, the Clinton pills relieve sleep count of the Atlanta exchange being men find these safe pounds and Mr. Smith received county Kidney Pills. . trader, who is a regular visdisturbing bladder ailments. Sold destroyed. S42.75 a head for the brutes. itor to the local stock yards. Mr. The mule market at the present evervwhere. Boone & Ballard, East End stock Hubble paid $40 a head for the Of the many kidney remedies on time is very strong and the buyers do buyers, shipped a car of mixed stuff young beeves and will run them over the market today, none other is reto the Cincinnati market Saturday. MULE DISEASE IN ATLANTA not question any price within reason during the spring and summer. News. when they find an animal which commended like Doan's Kidney Pills. They had 84 porkers in the shipOne of the last and one of the thousand benefitted peoR. L. Hubble, M. B. Eubanks and measures up to requirements, but ex- Thirty-fiv- e ment running in weights from 100 to very best sons of Chester Dare 10, sold to Jay Weil, of Lexington, the Which. Is Affecting Local Markets,. Is tra high class mules are scarce and ple gladly testify in the newspapers 200 pounds, and which cost them hunwas sold last week when Wilson Not Understood. the farmers are asking top prices for of their own towns. Forty-fiv- e from 5 4 to G 4 cents a pound. Bros., of Cave City, sold to G. H. fat cattle they have been feeding on dred American newspapers publish their fine farm on the Lancaster pike mediocre animals, which to some ex- Henry Fields bought a cow and Jones, of Hatcher, Logan county, the out of Danville , on Wednesday. this home proof of Doan's merit. The calf from Tom Pence Monday for great show horse and sire, Mountain The deadly mule disease which, is tent is holding down the number of type used in one year to tell this il These two expert feeders had 73 in Alabama sales. The $42. Dare 2978, for which they received which are expected to weigh up close now prevalent in Atlanta, Ga.,. is well has destroyed the market for big, wonderful story would make a solid R. K. and J. A. Young, pf Adair known among the Kentucky mule $1,500. to an 1,350 average. Mr. Weil paid feeders to exist, but neither do they, plain Alabama mules, but the more column of metal twice as high as the county, who are regular visitors here P. J. Donnelley, of St. Louis, Mov finished members of the highest world's highest mountain. Placed court days and usually have a bunch j president of the St. Louis riding $7.90 a hundred pounds for them nor the authorities in charge at end to end the lines of type would per cent shrinkage. From family are selling high. seem to know the exact diagof stuff that sells fast, disposed of club, had purchased the great young less three New York to Chicago. Mr. Hubble and Frank Smith, the nosis, says the Farmers' Home JourThe outbreak of glanders among reach from 14 steers to Spoonamore & McKech-ni- e, good words told by son of Lexington buyer purchased 69 head stallion, young the mules now at Newport News, These miles of sound glad tidings of Hubble, at $38.75. To a Mr. Rex McDonald 5092, a coming nals 35,000 tongues silage of steers which have been on The disease is recognized as the Va., awaiting shipment to the British to any Stanford sufferer who wants Carter they sold 10 heifers at son of Rex McDonald 833, at Mr. Smith's farm a couple of similar malady which broke out in. government, is also a matter which $32.50. To John C. Pepples, they and out of the noted saddle mare, miles from Stanford, onthe Danville Atlanta, St. Louis and Memphis may affect the market. If the gov- relief from kidney and bladder ills. sold 10 yearlings at $30 a head; a. Dora Thorn, by Thornton Star. The expike. These beeves are expected to three years ago and caused the sud- ernment orders these mules killed it Here's a Stanford case. Don't ...... (M nn bull to J. D. Whitehouse for $28 and -- : periment. Use the remedy endorsed average about 1,250 pounds. They would mean a slaughter of 30,000 va.v y, ti to J. c. Alien, oi T Blankenship, of Todd, Pu-f- were bought at $7.70 per hundred den death of a large number of by people you know. mules on those markets, but it is not or 40,000 mules which would rapidly 75. county, was up Monday with his less three per cent shrinkage. H. D. Aldridge, blacksmith, E. laski the nature of the disease which is Main St., Stanford, says: "I had good friend, Col. E. P. Woods. He causing so much .concern among- the , sold to Rankin Bros., a couple of L. Beazley & Co., pains through my back and the acKentucky feeders at the present time tion of my kidneys was irregular. I sows and lb pigs lor sj.ou. mr. REATMENT as it is what effect this outbreak is didn't sleep well at night. When I Blankenship was bemoaning the loss going to have on the market. heard about Doan's Kidney Pills, I of three shoats out of his bunch. He In talking with a representative used them. They soon strengthened sold several shoats here at six cents F OR CATARRH of probably the largest mule firm my kidneys and stopped the pain." a pound. in Southern Kentucky the writer got Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't G. T. Florida & Sons, Sweetwater, 50 Cent Bottle (32 Doses) his views of the subject which should simply ask for a kidney remedy Tenn., owners of Fair View Stock S. S. S. Removes the Cause. be as nearly authentic as coming Pills the sold to J. C. Lunning, State Treasu- Undertaker Embalmer get Doan's Kidney had. Foster-Mi- same from any other authoratiye source lthat Mr. Aldridge day worried i rer. Tallahassee. Fla.. a Jnst bocflnse too start the SpeclalistH have agreed that Catarrh in this State. In discussing the situ- Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. Iburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 14-- 1 legs and arms and muscles, . , ,oy tired, todaulng stiff burning and bearing down j jacK, tneir great jacw, Rrppnlie-hhead, an is an Infection of the blood Once you the disease had, pains In the back worn out.betore the day ii The purchase price was $1,000. Mr. get your, blood cleansed of the Catarrhal ation he stated that begins do not tlilnlc yon have to stay in without a doubt, demoralized the , Lunning bought this jack for state poisons you will be velieve'd of Catarrh that condition. the dripping in the throat, hawking Southern market to a certain extent, farm, and he will 1e used for raising behalf 8affS Tlm0esaraet.nlgn?(IwiOut,a spittingj sores, in the nostrils, and in that it destroyeu the Atlanta ex- They sold to W. A. Daughty and disagreeable SSfS- Df eve THE BEST PLOW FOR THE.FARMER, x the breath. It was caused. Concord, Tenn., a yearling jack in the first place, because your impov-- " bladder trouble, scalding pains, or weakness, its action U really wonderful. C. erished blood was easily infected, posBe Btronir. well and vigorous, with no . by Greenlignt 101 JoUU. Tjncie Jimmy" Roberts, of Pulas- - sibly a slight cold or contact with some more pains from stiff Joints,, sore muscles, r rbeuniatic suffering, aching back, or kid- one who had a cold. But the point is j ki, one of the most popular and most bladder troubles. don't suffer with Catarrh It is not necSSff'-SaSS-aS experienced traders, .who .bring cat-al- l. essary.- The remedy S. S. S.. discovered how uric acid troubles, no matter never vtje to tbe iocai stock yards, on - court over fifty yeas ago, tcstecj, true and nave chronic or stubborn. It you we will give days, came down Monday with 50 tried, is always obtainable at any drug need The Willtaw-TreatmenUse it on Trial; if not Satisfactory, Come Back and It la8 proven its value Jn thou?.DntaVne8lnoQalconol babiMorn.head, which he sold out early. Un- - store of cases. sands will do so In your Get Your Money. " .! nmn nAt arrpot me neari. cle Jimmy knows good stun, and case. Get S". S, It at once and begin S. Bend this notice with your name and pa generally brings the kind here which treatment. help to 10c and I,f yours is a lortgrstand" Mddress. expenses, to 'Aie "Er distribution write' the Swift SpeCompany, Dept. 2530D will sell quickly. Those he had here ing case, be sure toGa., dT A. Williams Klnck. Atlanta, t-for free medical Undertaker mm East Harantea. were mostly mixed yearlings. He cific Co.. xney . do i.cnr a unv waavice. win ten you now uu Conn. Yob will receive uy parcel, charge ' purely vegetable blood tonic cleanses Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 sold them out in lots to vaiious par- - the impurities 5e. bottle (82 deaes), without j from the blood by'llteral-l- y Stanford, Kentucky. washing it clean. SuES. ties for an aggregate of, $1,625. I euu-pouna -- Ha.rris Bros-- ' of Hubb,le purchased iu nice young steers nere iviunuay from Cross, of Tennessee, which ran FOR SALE. Extra good Blue ;n weicrht from 600 to 750 pounds, Grass4 seed. Price 75 cents per bu- - at $42 a head. shel. Write or phone T. E. Baldwin, j Lee Rankin of Hubble, bought of 11-- 8 Richmond, Ky. T Blankenship, of Todd, Pulaski Dr. Hugh Reid, bought Monday ' county, a bunch of 17 shoats that from T. W. Jones, a couple of light averaged about 60 pounds at 6 2 j cents a pound. heifers at $38 a head. J. C. Eubanks, of Stanford, paid; Green Gooch th nomilar Wav. R. K. Young, of Adair $60 for an nesburg. traderf was down Monday Farm and Stock News I j 1-- T- 1 six-year-o- m ? 11 1 n-y- , J ! e, pound. Walter Martin, of Turnersville, this week engaged a small bunch of hogs to T. W. Jones, of this city, to go the first days in May at 8 cents a pound. Mr. Martin has nine which he is feeding well and expects them to weigh an average of around 200 pounds when he delivers them. T. W. Jones, of this city, has engaged from Les Cooper, of the Turnersville section, a bunch of 10 yearlings, five steers and five "heifers to be delivered to him at the stock yards here the first of September. The steers were engaged at six and a half cents a pound and the heifers at six cents. Jay Weil, of Lexington, bought Dr. Hugh Reid's fat cattle here early this week. There were 28 in the herd. Twenty of them were sold at $7.50 a hundred and the remaining eight at $7. The beeves will be weighed up next week. They are prime good ones and are expected to average something like 1,400 pounds. Dick Martin, the popular butcher-stoc- k buyer, of Danville, picked up a trio of nice black steers here Mon-dad- y from C. Latham, of Pulaski county, at $45 a head. He sold a cow and calf to Judge John W. Hughes, before coming over to court day, for $65; sold a cow and calf to Robert "Burke for $45 and a cow to a Mr. Kelly, a tobacco man, for $40. Garrard's largest crop of tobacco that was grown on the farm of Mr. Woods Walker and his mother, Mrs. Ed Walker, is being sold at the 22,000 pounds house. Richmond having already have been sold at an average of $12.20 per hundred this does not of course represent tlie entire output of the Woods Waer crop of the Burley, as he and his mother have had under cultivation for a number of years a tract ranging from about 45 to 65 acres of the nicotine plant. The next few days will seethis entire crop marketed. Jo A. Young, of this county, bought in Cumberland county twenty head of young cattle at $80 per head. He brought the cattle to Adair and left here Friday for the blue-gramarket A large crowd attended the sale of Misses Ellen and Josie Walker last Thursday, everything selling well. The following is' a report: One pair of mules, brought $377; one mare, $158; a colt, $90; cow and calf, $95; yearling calf, $53; calf $35; two cows, one $70, the other at $60. The farm was bought by J. H. Young for All farming implements $4,000.25. good prices. Adair County brought ss -- WE ARE TRULY PROUD OF THE- - v Patent Reinforced Reach Gear WE HAVE INVENTED, AND WE ARE USING EVERY MEANS POSSIBLE TO GET THE PEOPLE OF BOYLE AND ADJOINING COUNTIES TO KNOW OF ITS MERITS, AND THE PLAIN FACTS OF THIS IMPROVED GEAR. THROUGH THE KINDNESS OF THE US TO CHESTNUT-SALTER HARD- WARE CO., THEY HAVE ALLOWED GEAR IS CONSTRUCTED REACH IS ONLY THREE-QUARTE- PLACE ONE IN THEIR SHOW WINDOW. NOT HEAVY. THIS SO R THAT IT IS ALMOST UNBREAKABLE, STOCK, IRONED OUR NEW INSIDE AND UNDERNEATH, WITH A SPECIAL TREATED STEEL. THESE GEARS HAVE BEEN PUT TO THE SEVEht23T TEST FOR Arnold Buggy Works, Proprietor, Danville, - - Kentucky. 3-- 3-- boll-weev- At-lan- tar five-year-o- ld five-year-o- ld ! j or URIC AGID SOLVENT FREE - TT J. -- two-year-o- ld t Sattes:0? JSSSXt, " J. M'dary 1 The Chattaftooga Chilled Plow -. -- -- V&flSaW GEORGE H. FARRIS. .-- v - f- i rt i . rV .? xtx