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V 1 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, February 22, 1916. EXPLOSIVES FOUND ON R. R. Lead to Belief Plan Was Made to Tuesdays and Fridays John Blain HELM PUSHING PUBLIC BUILDINGS BILL Congressman Thinks Stanford Has Fine Chance Friends Say He Should Be Renominated. CIRCUIT COURT GETS TO WORK Compton, Joe Burton, and Esther Thomas. Blow Up Something. WILL PUT ON BIG LOT SALE AUTO ACCIDENT PROVES FATAL? - Judge Hardin Delivers Strong Charge Real Estate Co. Buys Fine Tract On Thomas J. Oaks Dies at His Home To Grand Jury and Juries Get The discovery of a large quantity After Lingering Month Served Lancaster Street from Embrys of high explosives and the peculiar Busy Quickly. In the Union Army. actions of two individuals, said to be Embry Bros, sold over the phone Now the serious question comes, foreigners, lead railrond. officials to Congressman Harvey Helm is here Owing to an unavoidable delay, Monday night to Leonard Walton & up After lingering for about a month time to make a Democratthat for a few days' stay at his old home is this the this congressional district? believe & an attempt to blow the Judge C. A. Hardin and Common- Co., of Glasgow, 30 acres of land on after the . accident in ic fight in wreck N. tracks and the L. wealth's Attorney E. V. Puryear did Lancaster street, fronting the homes and is being given the glad hand by The News believes with the strong which he was fatally injured, Thomas Oil Company, not arrive until 11 o'clock Monday plant of the Standard of W. S. Fish and Mrs. Laura Hundhis many friends and admirers. The ticket the Republicans will offer this between Junction City and Shelby morning and the home on Darst February term of ley, for $6,000. One of the firm was J. Oaks died at his street, just east of Stanford, at nine question propounded to fall, both National and State, that it City, was planned. These explosives the Lincoln Circuit Court began opI. J.'s first here Monday in consultation with night. Everything Representative Helm was, "What behooves the Democratic party to se- were discovered a few night ago un- erations an hour or so late. The Sam J. Embry and he made him an o'clock Sunday rail- grand that medical science and faithful jury was quickly impannelled, offer of $5,500. Mr. Embry stood about the government building for lect men who can make the best fight der the telephone booth used by disfor the party and put Kentucky road men adjacent to the big however, and Judge Hardin delivered pat on $6,000 and last" night at a late and careful nursing could do, was Stanford?" His reply was: done for him, but his advanced age, colback in the Standard Oil "It is a near possibility. These umn where strong Democraticother tributing plant of the following the a strong but very brief charge be- hour the deal was made. made recovery from the serious inCompany. it belonged in The night fore noon. He first explained the appropriations for government buildThe purchasers will plat the land juries sustained extremely doubtful ings go in groups and there is a years. It is the desire of President discovery of. the explosives two men seriousness of the oath taken by in e farms and building lots times, and tired nature at last strong sentiment in the House for Wilson for the Democrats to nomi- approached the booth about mid- each member of the jury and stated and in a week or so will offer them at all up gave the struggle. Mr. Oaks was nate men in every district of Ken- night,' but evidently realizing tha't that good men were wanted as juryan Omnibus bill of moderate proporMr. Walton told 76 yeai's ofage the day before his tucky who can help him to carry the they were being watched, after stop- men because they had the welfare of for sale at auction. tions. If such a bill can be gotten the I. J. Monday that in the event he death. Up until a few years ago he ping and holding a brief conference, the community at heart and would and the Embrys made a deal, through there will be no doubt about State. that had been a splendid specimen of Congressman Helm has proven continued on their way down the do their UtmOSt tO See that those"' Vm wnnlf? lon1 the Stanford proposition for when it ennfo manhood, but his eyesight and hearII U U1M tato n W l UbVtl nf UUUV. passes the House there will be no his strength in the past and will do track toward Junction City. Officers guilty of infractions of the law were in this paper to tell of the sale he ing became impaired, a few years more tremble; the Senate being cer- so again, for at this time there is and railroad detectives who were brought to an account. "You are or- would put on. Said he: "I believe ago, and such infirmities proved dimake ganized to fight crime and to see can tain to sustain the Lower Branch. I not a man whom his opponents dis- Watching the spot did not men in newspaper advertising and find it rectly responsible for his being inthemselves known, hoping the that the laws of your State are upwould suggest that the Stanford peo- pit against him in the Eighth satisfactory and profitable than jured in the accident which had such trict that can defeat him for the would return. There were twenty-on- e held, and it is your duty to inquire more ple, together with the Chamber of scattering bills broadcast. It is rea- an unfortunate result. fuses with" dynamite caps at- into all of the violations of the law. Commerce, get busy and get the peo- nomination and in November he will sonable that people will read what is Mr. Oaks was born in Russell ple in Lincoln county interested in run away from any man the Repub- tached ready for use and the officers It costs Kentucky an immense sum in their home paper, but in winter it county but had lived in Lincoln for proper- to prosecute violators of the law and the matter. It would be a good idea licans may nominate. Mr. Helm has believe that a destruction of is hardly probable that they will pay about 50 years, ever since his maryou should and must do all in your much attention to bills tacked on also to lay before the Congressional always been allied with the interests ty on a big scale was planned. power to make the returns good for trees and in other public places." riage. On the 4th day of January, Committee some of the advantages of the temperance people, and this just a few days before the accident, Stanford has. A booklet, giving pic- district certainly belongs in that col- MAJORITY VOTE IS SUFFICIENT the expenditure of money. Not on- Mr. Walton's argument is good. he and Mrs. Oaks celebrated the 50th umn, as J. C. W. Beckham defeated ly inquire into murder cases but Watch for his advertisement. Several tures of the court house and other anniversary of their marriage, their thor- Willson for United States Senator in To Vote Road Bonds, Says Appellate turn the light on wherever you hear years ago his firm held a sale for W. prominent buildings here and ,a Oaks was, beCourt Pulaski Is Affected. that the law has been disregarded B. Land in Stanford and their work Golden Wedding. Mrs. Miss Elizabeth ough description of town and county November 1914, by 3,587 majority fore her marriage, and trampled under foot," said he was most satisfactory. The Embry might be of inestimable benefit in in the Eighth congressional district. Mr. Oaks enlisted in the Vanhook. These are some figures the Democan-yinthrough the undertaking. Road bonds voted by counties of in as impressive manner as he could Bros., made a good speck on the deal union army, and served with honor The good people of Lincoln county crats must think over. Kentucky, which ainpunt to over two command. Particular stress was laid and the sale means the placing on through the civil war, and had since can rest assured that I will leave no million and a half dollars were made on the illegalsale of whisky and nar- the market of some splendid build- drawn a pension from the governstone unturned in my effort to get a HORSE SALES AT LEXINGTON valid by a decision of the Court of cotics, gambling and bawdy houses. ing lots," something Stanford sadly ment. He belonged to the G. A. R., public building foi- - my home town Appeals last week which held that a He told of the evil influences of these needs. g member and was almost a and insisted that it be the aim of anything else I may be able to Local Animals Bring Satisfactory majority vote and not a and of the Methodist church. After the Prices Under Hammer do for it." majority is necessary to carry a each member of the grand jury "to ROAD BOND QUESTION war he became a farmer, and devotaskbond 'election. In the list of coun- better the conditions of the commu"What about preparedness?" to Local horsemen realized satisfac- ties whose road bond elections bea- nity and for society," he said. The To Be Topic of Discussion at Cham ed most of his life thereafter Mr. ed the I. J. representative. t that honorable pursuit- - He was esHelm said: "Preparedness has the tory prices for the animals they of- comes valid, is Pulaski which voted intention of the law is to make it ber of Commerce Meeting. teemed and respected by all who country in its grip. It is overshad- fered for sale at the Lexington horse $300,000 road bonds by a majority easy to do right and hard to do knew him, and many friends will wrong, he reminded the twelve geni owing everything in the House. It sales last week. Bob Moreland, of vote. The Chamber of Commerce met mourn that he is no more. Besides of the tlemen before him and he hoped they Friday night, and considering the Referring to Section 157-has really come to be a political foot Lexington, formerly of Stanford, Mrs. Oaks, he is survived by 10 chilhall, the republicans endeavoring to paid the highest price of the sale Constitution, permitting countiesto would do much to make the pathway night, was well attended. President dren, all of whom were with their citizen easy and J. C. McClary called for reports mare named vote road bond issues not in excess of the make political capital of it instead for a three-gaite- d father when the final summons came. Madge Nichols, which was consigned of 5 per cent, of the total property that of the bad one hard. patriotic, from the Roads Committee. Chair- They are Mrs. Jennie Perkins, of of treating it in a Judge Harfiu was especially man K. S. Alccrn reported that they manner, as the democrats are to the sale by L. L. Wells, of Cave assessment, and Section 4307, KenPeck, o slronc on the nistol ,:eoter." whom he had met with the fiscal court, and Bedford, Ind., Mrs. Fannie and John,-Oaksot City. Mr. Moreland, paid $1,475 for tucky Statutes, Judge Hurt said: doing. The republicans, msteaa Granville, Ind., Ben Oaks .yjrassistingthe-PEesident- , in avoidio gJierard bejieyesjie ihas a great show i'Naither the Constitutional prtU3, characterized as a cow2vHetold that effort would be made of Lancaster, Mrs. T. E. Cecil, prospect irr Kerr The s"econd Tiighest sion norlhe statute adopted to carry of4hesevereyPena;affll?a5iJ'syJ.uu ibt,, frpnforiu? entanglements in the European mael county, Mis. J ameSltte .,:.,, ..:: strom, are doing all in their power to price of the sale was brought by the into effect its provisions, requires ing concealed a deadly weapon and tors. County Road Engineer Riffe of Brodhead; Wm. Oaks, of complicate matters for their gain. mare Queen Rosa, owned jointly by more 'than a majority of those vot- the baneful influence of the person was present and wont into details re- Garrard, Ed Oaks, of this city, Mrs. He arraigns Wilson's administration W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, and ing at the election to give their as- who indulged in the pernicious habit. garding the new roads which are to C. C. Wilson, of Paris and Mrs. Arte those for its failure to invade Germany Commissioner of Agriculture Mat S. sent in order to authorize the indebt- He insisted that if there or seining be built this year. Dr. O'Bannon re- thur Young, of Lancaster. One child dynamiting fish ported for the Committee on Civic is dead. There are also 46 living when Germany invaded Belgium and Cohen, of Frankfort. She is the win- edness to be incurred." Section 157 guilty of present administration ner of 18 blue ribbons and was pur- of the Constitution, amended in 1909 for them that they be apprehended Improvements and explained how grandchildren, seven dead, and nine indicts the of those voting and punished to the full extent of Lincoln courty could obtain an Ag- living for its failure to intervene in Mex- chased by H. W. McGee, of Wheel- required two havvalu- riculture expert to carry on exten- ing died. ico, when certain adventurous dare- ing, W. Va., for 725. Clara L., an- to carry the proposition, but the road the law. "Fish and game are schemers other show ring winner, went to W. bond amendment say's nothing about 'able assets to Kentucky and the per sion work the year around in this devils and Funeral services were conducted are taking long chances on Mexico's P. White, of Augusta, Ga., for $560. tha mninrif-.- nerfissarv. This Ques son who knowingly destroys eitner, county. Prof. Wilson stated that an by his pastor, Rev. W. D. Welburn, concessions. In other words, Teddy This mare was shown at the Stan- tion was not raised in the Fayette save for the right purpose, should be expert could be gotten free of charge at the Methodist church Tuesday would have the United States in war ford fair by Bernard Hays, of Nich- case of $300,000 bonds which were made to pay dearly for it," said he to address the business men and morning at 11 o'clock, after which Judge Hardin had to curtail his farmers along this line, and it was both in Europe and in Mexico. And olasville, and was the pioperty of J. ' in issue too, as the bonds had more the mortal remains were laid to their 'than of the votes cast, charge because of lack of time, but moved that a date be set for this final resting place ii. iiuffalpSprings strange as it may seem that, notwith- S. Lowry, of Wilmore. d The spirit, he mare, consigned by 'but the contention was made that what he said was to the point and meeting and arrangements made im- Cemetery. standing this is the idol of the opposition to the ad- J. C. Bailey, of this city, and which two thirds of all the voters of the it seemed to impress those he was mediately. W. H. Wearen was electministration which is using every ef- was entered in the sale as Anna B., county did not vote for it. After addressing, while the crowd that had ed Chairman ..of the Wheat Show MURDER CASES TO WHITLEY. fort to keep the country out of war. br m 8 years old by Dorsey Golddust, passing upon this point, Judge Hurt gathered gave rapt attention and Committee, and was instructed to begin to make arrangements for this Attorney Herbert Reynolds, of went further and said a mere major- drank in his every word. In fine, Roosevelt is for war and was bought by Pat Varley, of Following is a list, of those who show to be held next fall. W. B. Mc- Eubank, who attended circuit court W. Va., for $200 Mr. ity is sufficient. Wilson is for peace." black None of the counties in which compose the jury for the present Kinney will open the bond issue dis at Somerset last week, spent several Mr. Helm's friends say that at the Bailey sold his proper time he will announce his can- mare Maud by Preston dam by Wash- bond issues carried but failed of a term: William Landgraf, W. J. Kin cussion at the next meeting and all days in Stanford the latter part of vote, have brought the ney, L. D. Gooch, J. W. Huston, E. are requested to inform themselves the week with Sunt. G. Singleton and His friends ington Denmark to R. U. Noonan, of didacy for Nunnel-ley'- s question squarely before the court, P. Manuel, W. J. Duncan, James regarding this matter. The meeting family. Mr. Reynolds says that the all over the district are declaring Paris, Ky., for $285. A. T. James M. Harris, G. J. adjourned until the first Friday in case of Taylor, charged with killing bay mare, Mary and in some of them officials, believthe present is not the time to that talk of changing the Eighth's repre- Pickford by Carroll Preston, dam by ing the election lost, have done noth Austin, J. S. Duke, P. M. Condor, March. All member--; are requested Summer, was called last week but sentative in congress, and assert that Red Squirrel was sold to Chambers ing for several months towards issu-- j Everett Carson. Mr. Harris was made to bear ths date in mind, and be Judge Bethurum, refused to sit in sure to be present, as there will be the case and the Governor appointed the democrats in congress, like Mr. Talcutt, of Hicksville, O., for $210. jing the bonds, while Pulaski has foreman and Mr. Carson, clerk. The petit juries are composed of matters of importance to be discuss- Judge Marshall as special judge. The standing as loyally by Carroll Dudderar sold his chestnut voted $300,000 bond issues three Helm, who are j Commonwealth asked for a change times, but the 5 per cent limit, of the following gentlemen: James H. ed at that time. President Wilson and his policies colt Peavine Chief, a Presi- by All Peavine to A. L. Lawless of course, will prevent the county issu- Woods, H. C. Anderson, J. P. Chanadvertise- of venue and arguments were heard The contest for the best should be renominated as the cellor, J. H. Wright, Lilburn Gooch, ment of Stanford and Lincoln coun- by Judge Marshall on the motion, dent will be, without a contest. A Georgetown, for $120. Dick Scud-de- r, ing $900,000 in road bonds. The of McKinney, bought the All these counties have held elec- Henry Kitts, J. A. Marining, C. B. ty for which a prize of $5.00 has and he granted the change. recent issue of the Nicholasville brown mare Starlight by tions within a year: Boyd voted McGuffey, J. H. Livingston, W. L. been offered by the Chamber of case will be tried in Whitley county, News voiced this sentiment most i pungently when it had the following imp. Dilham Prime Minister, for $500,000; Mason, Pulaski and Hop- Cordier, L. C. King, W. H. Single- Commerce will close Saturday night, at Williamsburg. The killing took kins, $300,000; Daviess, $600,000; ton, Ollie Murphy, M. F. Herrin, Joe March 4th at six o'clock. The ad- place during the political campaign $245. g to say: Kenton, $250,000; Campbell, $200, E. Wright, Will Napier, W. W. Mil- - vertisement must not include over between Judge Bethurum and Judge The Democratic vote in Kentucky 000; Oldham and Meade, $100,000; j lard, H. D. Aldridge, Bud Haggard, 200 words, and may include every- Kennedy for the Republican "nomihas gotten to be of such a narrow WANTS A STANFORD FAIR Menifee, Trigg and Laurel, $50,000;, W. G. Withers, R. H. Bronaugh, Geo. thing within Lincoln county. All nation for Judge, and only a few margin, that the thinking Democrats Edgar Doty, of Richmond", who j L. Bradley, W. S. Embry, and Geo. merchants and members of their fam- days before the election. The shootwho really love their party principles had a good string of horses at the K. and Bracken, $40,000. and Fayette D. Boone, Besides these Ballard ilies are barred from this contest. A ing took place while Judge Bethurum going to drop in behind ev- of P. fair here are not year, was in the j by An order was entered by Judge committee of three will be appoint- was speaking. The Commonwealth himself for city Saturday. last have voted $300,000 ery man who announces He says he very Do has more than 100 witnesses. The vote, Lewis and Breathitt, $150,000; , Hardin reappointing Eph D. ed to judge the compositions. office. There are many serious probmuch hopes that, Stanford will have only a Knox, $200,000; Bell, j nington as Master Commissioner of not sign your name to the composi- trial began Monday. and lems to consider. This is not a fair this year and that he has some Whitley and Harlan, $250,000; the Lincoln Circuit court, and bond tion, but on a separate piece of papresidential year, but a time when bread-winnethat will make the Rockcastle, Scott and Laurel, $100,- - for $5,000, the requisite amount was per attached to the Composition. All SALEM eleven congressmen are to be elect- boys go some. "Your TRIMBLE fair last year 000; Nicholas, $125,000; Clinton, filed by Mr. Pennington with the compositions must be sent to E. J. ed. President Wilson will undoubt- would have been one of the very best $40,000, and Russell and Carroll, American Surety Company on the Howenstine, who will be glad to give Their many friends were surprised edly be the nominee for president, in Central Kentucky had not. the at the announcement of the marriage and it behooves the Democratic lead- weather behaved so badly an(lI hope $50,000; Christian, Unjon, Powell, bond. Mr. Pennington has made a further information regarding the Letcher, Knott and Casey counties j most capable, efficient and popular contest to any one desiring same. of Miss Gertrude Trimble and Chas. ers in this State to think more se- you will pick a better time this year," will vote soon. Master Commissioner under Judge The prize composition will be printed Salem, which was solemnized by Rev. riously than they ever have. he said to an officer of the old asHardin and the friends of both are on the back of the business men's P. L. Bruce Saturday evening. The The Republicans throughout Kensociation. It is very certain that the congratulating them upon the re- envelopes, and will be scattered to bride is the attractive daughter of TO BUY J. N. CASH'S STORE tucky have a better organization Knights of Pythias will have another W. M. Trimble, and .20 years of age all parts of the country. than for years and are very hopeful fair, and that a strong effort will be A number of gentlemen of that appointment. while the groom is the well known Greenie Hansford, a local negro, this fall of gaining a few congressmade to make it the biggest and best section are forming a stock company who has spent some time in federal Has Used Chamberlain's Cough Rem- junior member of the firm of Salem men. At Frankfort one can see the yet. to buv the general merchandise & Salem, proprietors of The Bargai.i edy for 20 Years. leaders of the Republican party in store of J. N. Cash at Turnersville. prisons for bootlegging, was fined "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has Store, and 24 years of age. They the Third House on the ground daily, A few of those who are taking stock . $80 for selling whisky to Will Nay-arhave the best wishes and congratulaBAD FIRE .IN LAUREL. formulating plans for the future. AlArthur Carter, A. R. Spears, . lor and went to jail. Joe Burton was been used in my household for the tions of many friends. Local friends of William Hudson, Bryan Bradshaw, Frank Martin, given 30 days in jail for stealing past twenty years. I began giving ready they are claiming that there is More-als- o a chance for them to carry the who has a large furniture store in it to my children when they were Mr. Cash will bark from the lumber yards at McCormack. Eighth Congressional District, if Bond, Laurel county, will regret to land; "Big Foot" John Engleman, a small. As a quick relief for croup, Do You Find Fault With Everybody? be a stockholder. The shares, g disposiAn irritable, they can only get Harvey Helm out hear that the store and contents were are $100 each and more than one local negro, was fined $50 and costs whooping cough, and ordinary colds to a disordered given 25 days in jail for tight- - it has no equal. Being free from tion is often due of the way and consequently are urg- destroyed by fire last week. Four share mav be held bv the same per-- 1 ' ing, and Milton Powell, of this city, opium and other harmful drugs, T t stomach. A man with goo' digestion ing Democrats in other counties to residences in Bond, the Hudson fur- son who alleged that Engleman attacked never felt afraid to give it to the is nearly always good natured. A make the fights la the State race niture store, a barber shop and the November, the Eighth Congres- Junior hall were burned, entailing a him, was fined $5 and costs. A bunch children.- - I have recommended it to great many have been permanently Constipation. last sional District gave a Democratic loss of $20,000, which was only partwith con- of young fellows of the Milledgeville a large number 6f friends and neigh- benefitted by Chamberlain's Tablets When costive or troubled majority of only 481. Harvey Helm's ly covered by insurance. But for stipation 'take Chamberlain's Tablets section, who were charged with bors, who have used it and speak after years of suffering. These tabmajority over his Republican oppo- the good work of the bucket brigade They are easy to tak.e and most agree- - ' "shooting craps,; compromised their highly of it," writes Mrs. Mary lets strengthen the stomach and ennents has never been less than 1,700 the fire would have destroyed other able in effect Obtainable every- J cases by payment of fines of $20 Minke, Shortsville, N. Y. Obtain- able it to perform its functions nat- j urally. - where. Obtainable everywhere. large stores. They were Matt Reed, T. able everywhere. " and once reached over 3,500. i each. five-acrW VV V Vrffc VTA. -- g life-lon- two-thir- ds A law-abidi- ng non-partis- an ,, ' I ofT-Tarrar- two-thir- ds great-grandchildre- n, get-rich-qui- ck two-thir- ds an bob-taile- Par-kersbu- rg, five-year-o- ld two-thir- ds Mc-Corma- four-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld two-thir- ds Pen-Green- up rs i J ( -- e: tan-Jam- es fault-findin- 'd --- r The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, February 22, 1916. Heard About Town Bailey, 8 hogs for $64. Diversified Service. This Bank Performs all the Functions of a Commercial and Savings Bank. 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. Alfred Farmer has oeen appointed substitute to Rural Route Carrier A. C. Hill on No. 3. Mr. Hill will take charge of his new post March 1. Sam J. Embry, Jr., is carrying Rural Route No. 5, while Frank Weatherford is helping his father, Sheriff J. G. Weatherford, with his work in court this week. Sale two calves for $33. Billy Fletcher also bought at same sale, a cow and calf for fifty dollars. Mr. Drew Bailey bought five head of yearling calves from Geo. Brum-met- ti for one hundred and fifteen mett for $115. C. H. Robin also bought of the same party, two calves for $35. Bobins Bros., bought of Jim Hos-kin- s, five yearling calves; price pri- E.L. King bought at Jjae Brough-ton'- s Going Away? bSB&T. vilB "4Et 7ttA&r HH3' LINCOLN County NATIONAL DANK. "Corner Next To Court House." Congressman Helm has serit the I. vate. C. H. Robins sold to H. G. Skiles J. a couple of sacks of garden and and son, five shoats for $20.50 flower seed which will be given away Andrew Bailey is on the sick list. free to its subscribers as long as the Andrew Stapleton is selling out, supply lasts. preparatory to going to Illinois. Messrs. Garfield and Jim Howard A feature of thu meeting of the Lexing- and families, will leave soon for CinCentral Kentucky Millers at ton last week was an address by Sec. cinnati. Guttman Bros., will have a sale E. J. Howenstine, of the Stanford Chamber of Commerce, on "Bad of their household goods on March Debts How Made and How Collect- 15th, after which they will leave for Louisville where they will make their ed." -- "' iH Wt Vm George S. Proctor, who has been future home. reading the I. J. for many years at his home near Quail, sent in a big A Child Hates Oil, $2 bill this week to keep his paper Resources $585,000 Capital $100,000. Surplus $105,000. Calomel, Pills for paid up way in advance. Mr. Proctor W. H. SHANKS, President. Liver and Bowels has been down with the grip but his W. M. Bright, Cashier friends are glad to know that he is Give "California Syrup of Figs" If J. B. PAXTON, considerably improved now. Sick, Feverish J. W. ROCHESTER, Asst. Cash Cross, Relatives here have received coConstipated pies of Portland, Oregon papers containing a picture of Miss Virginia Look back at your childhood days. abolish office of attorney to insurRout, who has just graduated from Remember the "dose" mother insistThe Interior ance rating board, and to abolish the high school in that far western ed on castor oil, calomel, cathartics. the offices of second and third assis- city. The young graduate; is the How you hated them, how you Publisher tant attorney general. S. M. Saufley. daughter of Sam Rout, who went fought against taking them. from Lincoln county, to the West With our children it's different. $1 a Year When Paid in Advance; General News Notes several years ago. 1.50 When Paid at End of Year. Mothers who cling to the old form , Capt. Oliver F. Redd, who claimed of physic simply don't realize what Entered at the pottoffiee at Stanford at second Dr. J. J. Pursley, the famous "Da- they do. The children's revolt is to be the only "unreconstructed rebmaU matter data el in Kentucky," is dead in Fayette kota Jack," is back again from the well founded. Their tender little south where he annually spends the "insides" are injured by them. Richard Metcalfe, who used to fill county. winter, and says that the sales on his A resolution proposing a referenIf your child's stomach, liver and an interesting column in Bryan's dum of woman suffrage was rejected famous Indian remedies are breaking bowels need cleansing, give only deCommoner, has proposed a joint deall records. Dr. Pursley was in bate with Mr. Bryan before the vo- by the Virginia House of Delegates Danville Monday, mixing with his licious "California Syrup of Figs." Its action is positive, but gentle. Milters of Nebraska on the question of by a vote of 52 to 40. suc- friends, and as usual had a "glad lions of mothers keep this harmless Oliver Singleton who taught a Preparedness. Metcalfe is a brilliant hand" for everyone. "fruit laxative" handy; they know writer and is considered a smart fel- cessful school at Neal's Creek, left children love to take it; that it never low. Admitting this he should have Monday morning for Bowling Green The Orlando, Fla., Reporter-Sta- r better sense than to go against a to take a course in the Business Col- says that Col. J. E. Farris, of Dan- fails to clean the liver and bowels and sweeten the stomach, and that a buzz saw like Mr. Bryan, who, like lege of that city. ville, but formerly of this county, teaspoonful given today saves a sick Mrs. E. C. Walton went to it was said of Senator Blackburn, Monday to spend a week or was the judge in the horse rings at child tomorrow. can set his mouth to talking and go so with her sister, who has been ill, the fair there last week and that "he Ask your druggist for a off and leave it spouting away. fitted the job like a glove fits the bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," but is improving. Miss Marion Grimes came over hand." There are few, if any better which has full directions for babies, horse-fles- h than Mr. Far- children of all ages and for grownasBarksdale Hamlett is said to from Transylvania, at Lexington, judges of Sec- Friday night to spend a few days ris and the I. J. congratulates the ups plainly on each bottle. pire to the portfolio of Assistant Beware fair association on getting such a of counterfeits sold here. See that retary of War, made vacant by the with the horn ef oiks. resignation of Henry Breckinridge. Mr. Sam Bishop returned Sunday- - competent man. it is made by "California Fig Syrup With a contest and divorce proceed afternoon from a visit to friends Refuse any other kind P.nl. W. P. Wnltrm. of Levincfrnn. Company." ings on his hands, it would seem a (Jorbin. 15-- 1 contempt. was Vrafor at the Capitol lasweek.7with thatRHrJcsdalowould-have-enoug- hT sFramcte Dotv TravTor. oH Mis1 J: j xi. J to no to ngnt ms own Dattles lor the Richmond, was the guest for a few um buun as ue wus aeeii in uic gal lery, Senator Combs moved that he CENT ADS rest of the year at least. days of Miss Katie Anderson, on her be made an assistant Sergeantat-Arm- s return from Crab Orchard where she of the Senate for the day, withhad been for a visit to her sister, out compensation. The motion was (Ads here are i cent a word each isLEGISLATIVE DOINGS. sue, cash with order; no ad. less Scott county's $100,000 road carried and gave Col. Walton the than 25c each issue.) If a bill that passed the upper bonds were bought by a Cincinnati privilege of the Senate floor, where branch of the Legislature becomes a and Toledo firm for $106,000 and ac he met a number of-- his old friends in FOR RENT 16 acres of hemp law, the consumers of liquor in "dry" crued interest. the Senate. land. Hughes & McCarty, Stanford. territory will have to accommodate William D. Cochran, of Maysville, their thirst to two quarts of whisky has announced for the republican The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. PEA GREEN ALFALFA 90 cts. or brandy and five gallons of beer nomination for Congress in the J. W. Clark regret very much that per bale, delivered in town. Phone a month, the limit of allowance pro- Ninth. He is a graduate of Centre they will leave the latter part of this 46. Bright's Inn Farm. 14-- 2 posed in the Taylor bill, S. B. 74. College and a of George week for Bourbon county where Mr. The Senate passed the bill by a vote W. Welsh, of Danville. Clark recently purchased a fine farm TEN Acres of hemp land for rent. of 25 to 8. near Millersburg. Mr. Clark has Apply to Ashby M. Warren, Danville Two bills, one limiting changes in YOUNG MAN DIES IN EAST END. been associated with Severance & street Stanford, Ky. tf schoolbooks to three a year, and the Chai-le- s R. Cooper, 28 years of age Son for over two years, and during other making a second violation of a well known young man of the East the local option law a felony, passed End, died at the home of his uncle, his residence here he and his most FINE JACK and high-grad- e estimable family have made friends the House Friday. for sale,. C. M. Back, Charles Redd at Crab Orchard Suneveryone who has come to know 12-- tf Formal rollcalls only were re- day afternoon, after a lingering ill- of Ky. quired for the passage of the Mont- ness of tuberculosis. Mr. Cooper's them. There is general regret, thru-othe community that they are to gomery bill, S. B. 142, changing the mother was Miss Jael Redd, before FOR SALE. Handsome oak sideleave. time of holding Circuit Court in Gar- her marriage, a sister of Mr. Redd, board; large Moore's Airtight Heatrard county, in the Thirteenth judi- and he is survived by her and one Officials of the C. N. O. & T. P. er; medium size Cole's Hot Blast cial district brother, Arch Cooper. He was a fine railroad, of which the Cincinnati Heater; bargains. T. A. Rice. 15-- 3 The Frost bill, S. B. 24, enabling young man, popular with all who Southern, which passes thru Lincoln two adjoining counties to establish a knew him and many hearts will county, is a part, are rejoicing over THE American Recital given by joint high school, passed without a mourn at his untimely taking away. the fact that that road was awarded the Mozart Club Friday evening will dissenting vcte. Funeral services were conducted at the gold medal, offered by Mrs. E. H. be enjoyable. Admission 25 and 15 15-- 2 Efforts to abolish several offices, the Redd home by J. C. McClary Harriman thru the American Muse- cents. considered useless by many, were Monday, after which the interment um of Safety, for the best safety frustrated in the Senate by unfav- was in the old family burying ground system of any railroad in the UnitedM AUTO FOR HIRE. By trip, mile, orable reports. One was a bill to on the Redd" homestead. States. Last year the medal was or hour. Competent driver; rates won by the New York Central. Dur- reasonable. Phone No. 5, day; 190, ing the period covered by the award night. Harry Carter, Stanford. 11-- 4 there was carried on this road an aggregate of 1,019,839,889 tons of FOR SALE. An organ of the pas- Thiery, Milwaukee make a $52 orfreight one mile and 82,875,938 sengers one mile. It was gained by gan, will sell for $27; brand new. a high standard of efficiency of em- Ernest Iverson, Waynesburg, Ky., 15-- 1 ployes and general observance of R. D. No. 1. safety rules. Consideration was given to improved condition of roadway, MISSISSIPPI black alfalfa land bridges, etc., signaling devices, elimfor sale. Stock farms a specialty. ination of curves, improved ventila- Two exceptional bargains. Registered tion, cleaning, disinfecting of cars Duroc-Jerse- y boar pigs Defender and stations. The safety committee and Professor strains $12.50 each. to its We will now give you one more chance to of the road gives great praise played Paul Finch, Crab Orchard, Ky. 12-- 8 employes for the part they Cost, as we are in winning this distinction in railbuy our Winter Goods There came to my ESTRAY. road operation. making .room for our Spring Stock. Ladies hogs; one black barrow, place three two gilts, one black and one red, on WATT'S CHAPEL. and Misses' Cloaks, Men's Suits and Boys' Rev. Scott preached at Watt's Feburary 4th, 1916. Owner can get Knee Pants, Corduroy Suits and Pants, Men's Chapel last Saturday and Sunday. same by paying for ad and feed. Miss Sadie Chadwick is teaching Thos. Fish, Crab Orchard, Ky., R. D. and Ladies' Heavy Underwear, Caps, Sweat15-l- p the last month of the local school No. 1, Box 191. ers and all Winter Goods Big Reduction, as term. TO THE PUBLIC Miss be home room. Whv pay more elsewhere? from Mt.Willie King will she is at- "I represent the largest and best we need Vernon, where clothing house in this tending school, until Easter Sunday. We are Price Makers. country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago She will be welcomed back by her 111. My experience In measuring and Look before you buy. many friends. directing the making of your clothes, Miss Sadie Chadwick spent last gives me the advantage over one who If Wednesday night with one of her is not a practical tailor. will you will promise give me your order, I pupils, Miss Salena Royce. square deal. You will get the you a Mr. Henry Davis spent a few days worth of your money, either in the with his countin, C. H. Robin and cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of iamily, before leaving for samples is now ready for your inspection. Call and let me show you. Lige Wilson bought - of Andrew H. C. RUPLEY, Tk Practical Tailor. L Stanford, Kentucky. If you are going away on business or a week-envisit to friends, you must have the necessary traveling luggage d Vice-Preside- nt Hand Bag, Suit Case Or A Trunk, And nothing you own affords you more comfort than a trunk thrown off the cars in perfect tact; a suit case that never bursts nor handles pull off; hand bags that never lose their shape and locks that never rust. Journal We Show Trunks at $3.50 to $10 in Regular Style or Steamer. to carry, in Raw Hide or Walrus, at $5 to $15. Sheep Skin imitation leather and paper cases at $1 to 53.50. See what we have before you go. Suit Cases and Bags that you will be proud Cat-lettsbu- rg 50-ce- nt ! McRoberts & Bailey STANFORD 3 i 7 I T- -A- -WORD i : : : KENTUCKY GO TO-- T. D. NEWLAND'S Oppositefthe Court-House, son-in-la- w And Buy Yourself a W. J. Oliver Plow. It will do youriwork right.?? Also get yourJGarden Rakes and Hoes. 8-- ut MARDI GRAS Only a Day and Night to NewOrleans Louisville & Nashville Railroad. Tickets on Sale Daily February 28 to March 6, In- clusive. New Orleans $20.45; Mobile $17.20; Pensacola $16.70 Round-Tri- p from Stanford, Ky. Sleeping Car fare $4 to $4.50 each way. Board at best private homes $1 per day, or at first-clahotels $2 per day and up. For particulars see L.&N. agent ss Annual Clear ance Sale at at More Cold Weather COMING .Winter Is Jutt Getting Started Prepare for It by Ordering Plenty of FOX RIDGE COAL L!ialS 1 the made-to-ord- er 3c at Yard 14c Delivered ROBINSON'S J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY A ' tif --? The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, February 22, 1916 BESURE TO CONSULT OR WRITE THE OFFICERS OF THE Edgar Doty, of Richmond, is Visiting friends here. Mr. Walker McKinney .was in Cor-bi-n Monday on business. R. M. Newland is spending a few Eat Big Meals! No Sour, Acid Stomach Indigestion or Gas! is Quickest, Sur- FIRST BASKET BALL GAME Ever Played la By Local Team sults In Big Defeat. inter-scholast- ic 1, Re- WAR First National Bank, STANFORD, KY. Before Opening Your Bank Account. They Will Pay You Three Per Cent. days in Lexington. Ernest Iverson, of the Waynes-bur- g section, is spending a few days in Cincinnati. Mrs. Pearl Hampton went to Richmond today to visit Mrs.Sallie Ashley for a. few days. Mrs. Mayme E. Fain has been appointed postmaster at Panola, Madison county. Mrs. Charles Willaimson, of Seatoday to visit Mrs. man, Ohio, d ai-rive- 'Tape's Diapepsin" est Stomach Relief Known Try It! Time it! Pape's Diapepsin will digest anything you eat and overcome stoma sour, gassy or ach surely within five minntes. If your meals don't fit comfortably or what you eat lies like a lump of lead in your stomach, or if you have heartburn, that is a sign of indigesoufc-of-ofde- v J. Interest on time deposits, and three per cent Interest on Savings Accounts, and will Furnish you the money to run your business, granting such accommodations as are consistent with conservative and progressive banking. R. Powell. Wm. Severance is back from New York where he secured the latest spring styles for Severance & Son. Miss Frankie Doty Traylor, of Richmond, has returned home after a short visit here to Miss Katie An- tion. derson. Beverley Rout left Saturday to make a visit to his wife, who is ill in Louisville at the home of her mother, Mrs. H. C. Bennett. Mrs. Godfrey Darbishire, of Shelby City, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. P. M. McRoberts, reSAVING, LIKE SPENDING IS HABIT-- A turned to her home Saturday. Mrs. J. R. Watts and son, of NashAlways Brings Wealth Habit ville, Tenn., are guests of her sister, Mrs- - R. L. Berry and family, near Hustonville. The friends of Mrs. Sallie McRob- Jack Rout has been on the sick ' erts of Canton, Mo., will be delighted Personal and Social list several days. to learn that she is recovering af-Miss Esther Burch has been a grip j ter a long spell of sickness Social Calendar. victim for several days. Mrs. Naomi Hampton, of Winches Feb. 25. 8:00 p. m., American Mrs. Sue Lane, of Cloverport, Ind., ter, has been the guest of Mrs. Bet Recital by Mozart Club. and other relatives in the March 1. The Woman's Club will is the guest of Mrs. Mattie Nevius. tie Jones West End. Miss Freda Iverson, of the have an Arts and Crafts display in Circuit Clerk Burnside and County section, is very ill." State Bank from 2 to 10 p. m. Attorney Walker of Garrard were Miss Pril Newbern, of Hustonville, 'here at the opening of court MonLloyd Huey, of Louisville, is here is visiting friends and relatives here. day. Miss Nancy Yeager is the guest with friends. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ball spent of Mrs. Kenney DeHaven, of Mt. Saturday and Sunday with his parMrs. J. W. Acey is with her parSterling. ents at Lancaster for a few days. ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Ball, at Mr. Cicero Reynolds was able to Waynesburg, Mrs. Mattie D. Withers has been walk down town Monday, the first William Reinhart, Richard Arnold ill for several days. and Ed and Arnold Brady were call- Miss Jennie Newland went to Lan- time for nearly a month. George Kiser, of Winchester spent ing on lady friends at Hustonville caster Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Sunday here, the guest of- Miss An- - Sunday, Oppie Brown. Mrs. Sue Lane has returned to her T. D. Raney came home Saturday na Warren. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. RifFe, of Mc- - home at Cloverdale, Ind., after a vis- week end with his famto spend the Kinney, were in the city this morn- it to her old friend, Mrs. Mattie Neily. ing. vius. Mrs. Ed Wilkinson is at Crab OrMrs. E. J. Howenstine and baby, Mr.Went-ilnd-Cut.- lt guest of her sister, Mrs. who have been visiting the family chard, the i A. B. Dillion. of Joe Lynn Coffey at Frankfort, re 'Gets-I- t' J. T. Embry came over from turned to her home here Saturday. The people of Stanford were glad Frankfort Monday to spend Washto see Dr. M. D. Early back in his The New Flan Corn CureTliafs as ington's birthday with his family. Miss Ruth Hamilton, "of Cincinnati pulpit Sunday and all hope that his Sure as the Rising Son. to meat you!" says the razor is here with her father, James W improvement will continue. "Glad you:" to the corn. "I'll bleed, iorRazors says nn;un Miss Ruth Darnell accompanied and AXUAllttbVtl the. corn to the razor. corns lovo each, other. Corns Xove. to. Mrs. Bessie McClure, of Mt. Vre- - Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Severance is the guest of Mrs. E. J. day, when they motored to Millers-Browburg and spent the day with their son, Misses Minnie and Dora Straub . Heath Severance. Mr. A. T. Traylor is in a serious are in the cities this week selecting millinery. condition, his friends will learn with their spring stock of ! He is troubled with Miss Estill Walker, of Paint Lick, great regret. will arrive Wednesday to visit Miss! asthma, heart trouble and rheuma- Belle Denny. tism. Mrs. John Lutes is the guest of her "The Dansant" given by the young daughter, Mrs. J. B. Fisher, at Lex society people of Stanford is being ington. held in the State Bank hall from . Miss Nell Newland spent the lat- - two o'clock this afternoon to seven ter part of the week with her home-folk- s tonight. at Cedar Creek. . Arnold Foreman, who travels for Club News A That J J your pharmacist a fifty-cecafe of Pape's Diapepsin and take a dose just as soon as you can. Theie will be no sour risings, no belching of undig ed food mixed with acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach, nausea, debilitating headaches, dizziness or intestinal griping. This will all go, and, besides, there will be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors. Pape's Diapepsin is a certain cure stomachs, because for it takes hold of your food and digests it just the same as if your stomach wasn't there. Relief in five minutes from all stomach misery is waiting for you at any drug sotre. cases conThese large fifty-cetain enough "Pape's Diapepsin" to keep the entire family free from stomach disorders and indigestion for many months. It, belongs in your Get. froTr1 nt out-of-order nt Way-nesbu- rg home. 15-- 1- ; BANK CASE AT RICHMOND. A jury in circuit court at Richmond last week, gave judgment in favor of the plaintiff in the case of against the Mrs. Lizzie Covington Old Richmond stockholders of the - -- Here's Hr. National and the Southern National Bank, the lattler the successor to the Richmond National. The case has been in court for nearly a year, and has attracted considerable attention. Last March J. E. Greenleaf, cashier of the Southern National Bank, who had been cashier of the Richmond National before its charter expired, died. Mrs. Lizzie Covington, a depositor, went to the bank to ascertain her balance. According to the bank She proofficials, it was $2,600. duced a passbook showing she should have cnore.than ll,0ftQ. jnthe bankJ making a shortage of $8,000. The bank officials refused to pay the difference, it was charged, and suit was filed. The first game ever engaged in by a Stanford basket ball team was played Thursday night between the Stanford and Danville teams. The former was defeated in a hard fought contest by the score of 16 to 2. The cause of Stanford's defeat was lack of practice, for the local boys started only three days before the game. The game from start to finish was full of "ruff stuff," seven or eight men sometimes being on the floor at the same time. The Central University coach said that if Stanford could not pitch a goal, they would make it so "ruff" for Danville that it was almost impossible for them to do so. Two of the local team's regular players were unable to play Perkins, one of the best players on the team was out of the line-u- p on account of sickness, and Tucker, center of the quintet, was kept out of the game with an injured ankle. Brown, Noe and S. Embry played best for the local team, while King was easily the star for Danville. Being ignorant of the rules, Stanford made numerous fouls and the majority of Danville points made during the first half, were from place goals. The line-u- p was as follows: Stanford Shanks, F; Noe, F; S. Embry, C; J. Embry, G; Brown, G. Danville King, F; Veatch, F; Ford, C; Rue, G; Jones, G. Substitutes for Stanford John and Henley Cash. For" Danville Cogar and C. T. Veatch. There was some dispute as to the score in this game, the time-keepallowing the teams to play fourteen minutes overtime, during which time the Danville team piled the score up to 33 to" 3. Stanford would have probably made more scores in the extra time but not having practiced they were pretty well winded and their play lacked the "pep" shown earlier in the contest. er Declared In Prices by the In- ternational Suits Made-To-Measu- re J H ffcv5f I J Iff H SUITS from $10.00 to $40.00 "We Guarantee a Fit" Call and See Our Models and Fabrics WHEN YOU WANT DRY CLEANING. You want the garments you send to be renovated, returned in the best condition possible. Until you have once tried THE NU-WA- Y SERVICE, News of the Churches Mid-wee- -- n. Doctor Saves a Blacksmith Some time ago I was taken with Kidney trouble which caused me to I tW" " they use wonderful, simple , KLTS Jonn opoonamore. corn-cu- re never falls. Stops that Jiiss Jessie Girdler, of Huston--a n it driesPPat once. the corn ville, is in Danville this week, visit- G- - B. Maxey and family on Ma- inSot0thaetiCckor toil to plasters, salves, pJe avenue. jneans good-nigYou diggers, razors and Miss Mabel Gum, of Lexington, corns can wear smaller shoes. Your whjs- will come right off, "clean as a wiU arrjve tj,e first 0f March to be iMever iniiames neaiiuy ncsii. Tie. The world's biggest selling corn cure. the attractive guest of Miss Lucin-d-a "Gets-It" is sold by druggists cvery--wher- e, Lutes. 25c a bottle, or sent direct 3y 33. Xawrence & Co., Chicago, I1L "Mrs. W. H. Worsham who has been Sold in Stanford and recommend- "here with Mr. C. L. Gover and fam ed as the world's best corn remedy, ily returned to her home Saturday by the Lincoln Pharmacy. ' set Corbin. it It realize it's now. the instead 1 rave." tbis lor aie Alter gouged, it salved, plas-- uay vo mane a visit tu reiauvcb uwc On next Wednesday, February "23 at. Dieted, Misses Ella and Mary Wayne, of " and .Mrs. -- " - . i . all members of the "Woman's Club '!.! uanvme, are visiting tneir sister, faster. Mr. "ST- Wfcy, O Why, Did SHPsHBHP I Do It? went-ana-u- t- Get-- It "w " , 'v"j -- - Woman's -" Ml- XT-- -' "fcrets-lt- 5.85, ht 'Z gr. -- "be present. The "program will be as follows: Annual business meeting. Election of officers. Election of delegates to State Federation. Election of Delegates to District are urged to fleeting. Current Events. The traveling Arts and Crafts display will be held at the Graded School at 2 o'clock, Wednesday, March 1st. Roll Call ! We Will Soon Call Time We will soon call time on the Half Price Sale on Winter Coats and Suits. After March 1st these prices will be discontinued. Come Now and Save Money. : : : ;: - un mv work as blacksmith. T 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-Ro- ot has done for me and will recommend it to anyone who suffers with their kidneys. When physicians fail to give relief and then 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. erive prescribe-Swamp-Roo- t, k Presbyterian church : Service on Wednesday evening at 7 Cleaning and Pressing, o'clock. "The Layman's Part in REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS Christian Work." LADIES GARMENTS Rev. D. M. Walker delivered a lecA SPECIALTY ture on Foreign Missions in the We Call and Deliver in City. Christian church at Lebanon Mon Parcel Post One Way day night. "The Work That Satisfies" Rev7 Samuel "K. Breeding, pastor of the Elkhorn station Methodist Stanford Dry Cleani g Co. church, in Taylor county, died of Cleaners Phone 255 Tailors uraemic poison, aged 67 years. He had been preaching the gospel nearly forty years and was the last of a large family. Send In Double Springs The meeting of the Baptist church at Waynesburg, conYOU WILL GET A LETTER Harrods-bur- g, ducted by Revs. Dodson, of a few days if your subscripand Coakley, late of Nicholas- - within has expired, notifyville, came to a close Monday, the I. tion to the I. J. Tho J. is informed by Asa B. Morgan, ing you of that important fact. subscripwho was here from Waynesburg, I. J. is 1.50 a year where Monday. There were 46 confessions tions are not paid in advance for a and the majority of those who made year, but i3 still SI where a year's the good profession were baptized ahead. The I. J. into that church today. "The meet- subscription Is paid on its list ing has done great good for our sec- hopes every subscriber will renew promptly at the $1 ratej tion," said Mr. Morgan. does not desire to send the papee Rev. E. B. Galin, pastor of the it anyone who does not want it, an Ji to Catlettsburg Baptist church, has rereason many whose subscripsigned and his resignation was ac- for that expired will be taken from. tions have cented forthwith. The church has list, in the event a renewal is. been badly split since the election j the received. Look on your label?' not on the whisky question in Boyd county was held, many of the members and see how you stand. championing the cause of the open A VERY SPECIAL OFFER saloons. Rev. Gatlin used plain Until March 1st, the I. J. can furwords in dealing with them and some them withdrew from the church. nish the Louisville Evening Post, of A charge is made that Rev. Gatlin daily, the Home and Farm, both one tampered with the church records, year, a beautiful 1916 calendar, and bjjt it is hardly believed that a the I. J. one year, all for ?3.25 a preacher would indulge in such dir- year. If you are alreadys a subscriber to the I. J., your subscription will ty work. which not only includes what you order, but what can well be termed "Valet Service." That Dollar! How Mrs. Davis Got Rid of a Bad Catarrh Cannot Be Cured v.ougn. ArrLHUATiONS, as they reach "A""' of the disease Catarrh u cannot the seat 7mZ:Z , ana in order to cure if uui"c mue agu i iiiui n vei,y uau """" uiaeaw.-1a&kn8 cough" writes Lewis T. Davis, Black- ces. water, uei. "My orotner jucuaoe ?crTa ";r xr a "JUtuu1? medicine. iiairs catarrh quack . ,Z It was nre. 11 i. iri tte uum guve me it biiiuu uuiuu ox el 57 0nc otauu ishestregular prescription. Parians In this w ji: a Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Af- "" " ffiSSTffi.t.g'S t-- blned the best ter taking this I bought half a doz- rectly withthe mncoos blood pursers, acting dion surfaces. The virfect en bottles of it but only used one w.onde.rfnl of them as the cough left me and I ccSVnchtestimonials, Tesalta to cartas catarrh! free. P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Ptodb ToTiwln n have not been troubled since." ObSold by Druggists, Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y. tainable everywhere. 1 price 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Prove What Swamp-Ro- ot y - let of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure rnd mention the Stanford Interior Journal. Regular fifty-ceand size bottles for sale at all drug stores. nt one-doll- ar 13-4-5- Will Do For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a book- Make Your Drug Store Trading Both Easy and Profitable high character. We claim to give you a service pleasing in the extreme; to treat you fairly whether you come in per-sosend the children or order by mail or telephone. We guarantee service that is satisfactory. Really, you caa always do better here. b, We claim to sell you the iaest goods that any drus store caa offer at the lowest prices consistent with -6 SEVERANCE & SON, tv THE OLD RELIABLgw REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. PENNY'S DRUGSTORE, Stanford. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, February 22, 1916. The Standard Remedy In Countless Homes RELIEVES CONSTIPATION EASILY WITHOUT GRIPING OR DISCOMFORT. 47 xa&&r-r-- i 'VOv ' is 'SPs r. "f-- & "Indigestion and constipation arc two conditions that are closely related and the cause of much physical suffering. The tendency to indulge one's apv.. petite is more or less general and most people suffer at one time or another from rebellion of the overtaxed organs of digestion and elimination. A pleasantly effective remj: mi edy, that will quickly relieve the conii ii mMgiimmmm'y ';& &.. gestion of poisonous stomach waste &i&f&zi m&j:; ..vi and restorq regularity, is the compound of simple laxative herbs sold MRS. OLIVER YOUNG in drug stores for fifty cents a bottle under the name of Dr. Caldwell's since taking Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Syrup Pepsin. This is a mild, pleas- i Pepsin she feels ten years younger; ant laxative tonic, free from opiates her work seems easier and she has or narcotic drugs, and has been the regained her appetite. Get a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrstandard household remedy in thousup Pepsin from your druggist and ands of homes for many years. Mrs. Oliver Young, Merrill, Wis., have it in the house A trial bottle, writing to Dr. Caldwell, says, she free of charge, can' be obtained by knows of nothing so effective for reg- writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 ulating the stomach and bowels; Washington St., Monticello, 111. 'Vfc -- In Mercer county, Harvey Scott bought this week a pair of extra fine mules from Henry Ison for $450. J. B. Ward, of Rockcastle county, purchased of Lee A. Scearce, a farm of about 156 acres on the Cissell's River pike, in Marion county. The price paid is said to have been $73.50 per acre, or about $11,500. Clell Coleman & Son shipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati Tuesday afternoon. They were bought of different Mercer county farmers at prices ranging from $7 to $7.50 They bought five carloads of hogs at Burnside, in Pulaski coun ty, this week at 7 cents a pound. All were shipped to the Cincinnati per-hundre- List of Properties in Lincoln County and Stanford For Sale. FOR SALE 300 acres; residence; 150 acres in grass, balance in cultivation; 3 large stock barns; 1 large tobacco barn; on good turnpike. This is A-- l farm. Price and terms right. FOR SALE 575 acres, 11-- 2 miles from railroad station; in graded school district will price as a whole or divide. FOR SALE 100 acres, house; good barn, 225 fruit trees; 70 acres cultivation, balance in timber; 3 2 miles from Stanford. Price $25 per acre. FOR SALE 35 acres; good house; limestone land; new barn; 4 2 miles north of Stanford; 28 acres in grass, balance cultivation. Price $3,400. Easy terms. ry 1-1-- J. W. Parrish, of Midway, was the chief buyer at the "sale of Elmendorf Berkshire hogs last week, buying 20 head. Dr. S. B.. Elliott, of Belle Meade, Va., was also a heavy buyer. H. C. Murphy, of Sacramento, Ca., made the top bid of $187.50 for boar. Mr. Parrish a royally-bre- d bought another choice one for $167.50. 77 head sold for $3,500. Moss & Bailey, a Lancaster poultry and produce firm, exported 80 cases of eggs to Cincinnati that cost them 16 cents per dozen, and 100 -- FOR SALE 190 acres; two FOR SALE. 38 acres, cottage; good barn; 5 miles from miles fro mHustonville; 130 acres court house; bargain if sold at in g"3ST balance in cultivation; residence; barn 50x70; large once. concrete silo; tencing all new; FOR SALE residence on Main street, 3 good community; in the richest frame squares from court house; will sell part of county. Price $75 per this for $1,700 cash down; will acre terms easy. FOR SALE 70 acres; not stay on the market long at the good barn; good orchard; house price. 30 acres cultivation, balance in cottage; timber. Price $1,200. FOR SALE like new; lot 60x228; large barn; FOR SALE 47 2 acres; concrete walk to Main street; house; new barn; 27 acres Price is only $1,000; cash for im grass and cultivation, balance in mediate sale. timber; 4 mile of school. Bargain at $1,200 cash down. FOR SALE 125 acres; 3 resismall houses; 2 barns; 50 acres FOR SALE Beautiful grass and cultivation, balance in dence; on Lancaster street; 5 timber; goo dorchard; 8 mile acres land. Price right. Easy school. Price $15 per acre. terms. m ry 1-1-1-- A. B. FLORENCE, Office TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 28, Lincoln Nat. Bank BIdg., Stanford, Ky. cases to Boston. This same firm has been buying geese extensively from the farmers in the Bryantsville sec- Fox is Farm and Stock News south where he just back from the took a car load of sold them. Mr. Fox says mules and W. K. Shugars bought of A. C that the mule market in the south Hill two Jersey milk cows for S125. ' is a little off now. R. L. Berry, of Hustonville, sold Thomas Metcalf, near Danville, 1,935 pounds of tobacco on the ' sold to R. A. Dodd, of Wilmore, last breaks Monday at an average of 16. week, the wool from about 100 ewes cents a pound. at 35 cents a pound. He sold the Lawson & Brown, the prominent ewes at $6, and engaged the lambs Lancaster exporters of live stock, from them to Mr. Dodd at 9 cents, shipped out a carload of mixed ani- to go the 15th of June and the 15th mals to the city last Wednesday. of July. Tljamas Metcalf, south of Dan Hemp has begun to move in Boyle ville, bought a nice pair of aged county at 12 cents a pound and may horse mules from W. G. Davis, last go still higher. Banks Hudson bought week, for $300. 25 acres from Joe Irvine at 12 cents; Henry Meadows, of Danville, took GO acres from Jake Hugre'y at 12 14 head of mules and seven horses ' cents, both of made about to Williamsburg early this week, to 1,600 pounds to the acre. Josh B. sell for M. J. Farris. 'Jones, yf this counly, his priced his J. T. Haekley, east of Stanford, 500,000 pound crop on his Knob Lick sold three loads of tobacco on the farms to New York buyers at 14 Danville market Monday which made cents a pound, and has had telegrams him an average of 17 cents a pound, from them that they will have a rep- T. O. Meredith, of Mercer coun- - resentative here this week, to look at ty, bought from John Speaks, of it. Boyle, at Danville Mpnday a pair of. Farris & Fox, of Danville sold to mare mules, 16 hands. Kneale & Moore, of Illinois, seven high for $450. mules at from $150 to $175 per D. P. Rankin, north of Stanford, head. They also sold to A. J. Rice sold a nice pair of six and seven-yeone pair of mules for old mules to Richard Gentry, of $300. Crowder one pair Boyle county at Danville Monday for of mules for $300. To 375: Both were mares, one a bay Alfred Rogers & Sons one pair of and the other a sorrel. mules for $300. To John Powell & Depp, of Hustonville, S. Baughman and Sewell one pair of have engaged the lambs from 73 mules for $300. To A. G. ewes to Jim Yowell, West End buy- T. Rainey one pair of er, at 9 cents a pound for those that mules for $300. To Lunsford & Rob- go the 10th of June and at 8 cents erts one pair of mules for for those that go in July. $250. J. C. I I J J " five-year-o- ld ar To-Josep- h I tion of the county, paying 7 cents per pound for them on foot. They are also in the market for all kinds of salable pelts, paying as much as $2.50 for the choicest skunk skins. E. V. Carson, who is serving on the grand jury at this term of court, is collecting a fine herd of registered Angus cattle. He bought six cows of C. R. Harmon, of Marion county, and two of 'D. F. Martin, of Shelby, at $150 to $225. Six of them are bred to winners of stakes at the State Fair of 1914 'and 1915. Mr. Carson is also a fancier of fine sheep. He bought six pure Southdown ewes from A. F. Troutman, of Nicholas-vill- e, at $10 and four of L. L. Dor-seof Anchorage It $25. V. A. Lear, one of Lancaster's leading stock dealers, has been busy canvassing Garrard and adjoining territory and engaging lambs at 7 and 8 cents per pound, having already about 600 contracted for. Mr. Lear, having associated with him in the business, Frank B. Marksbury, is making extensive engagements of fleeces, having already engaged 5,000 pounds of wool at 30 ceftta per of this pound, from the sheep-raisesection. Mr. Lear, who is regarded as an authority in regard to xhe lamb production of Garrard county, having been an exporter of live stock from this point for a number of years, does not consider the 1916 up yield of young mutton-produceesto the average in Garrard county, timating it at about an 80 per cent output. . y, rs rs SHERIFFS SETTLEMENT A settlement made by G. B. Cooper, Commis- 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 MULE SALES AT DANVILLE The horse and mule sale conducted by Bean & Taylor, at Danville, court day, was well attended and all stock offered was sold at good prices. Whiskers Young man, if you are not going to wear a full beard - Z$3&m WMf&l Russian style then for the sake of your appearance keep neatly shaved. Neither your sweetheart nor your employer prefers to see you with a mess of sprouts on your chin half the time. begets the respect of others. Self-respect 'if'i.&V Ymw Shave Every Day We sell a complete guaranteed line of tonsorial articles: Razors, Strops Soaps Styptic Pencils Soothing Ointments J. W. ACEY, Proprietor. Safety Razors New Blades Brushes Talcum Powder J. S. Harrison, from White Pine, Tennessee, was on hand to buy a car load but succeeded in getting only about fifteen head during the day. Some of the best sales at Bean & Taylor's were: Pair mai-- mules, 4 years old, from Taylor & Bean to Armp Feland, $347.50; pair horse mules, 5 years old, from Taylor & Bean, to A. C. Cutsinger, $225; pair j yearling horse mules, from Robert Woods, to W. B. Denny, $176; mare mules, from Taylor & Bean, to Farris & Fox, $171; horse mule, 3 years old, from Ed Carpenter, to Ed Chinn, $125; pair mules 3 years old, from John Vernon to M. J. Farris, $200; mare mule, 4 years old, from J. G. Pierce," to Mitchell Taylor, $125; iron grey mare, G years old, from Logan McCormack, to J. Mill, 4.4 miles S. Harrison, $177.50; sorrel horse, Stanford & Ottenheim, 5 years old, from Joe Ware, to J. S. 7.4 miles Harrison, $127.50; bay horse, 6 years McKinney & South Fork old, from F. W. Wells, to Logan Mc4.2 miles Cormack, $100. Stanford & Lancaster, 4.9 e pah-yearling STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES ON TURNPIKE FOR YEAR 1915. To 50 cents on $7,257,337.00 of property certified by Auditor of Public Accounts $36,286. 68 To 50 cents on $60,771.00 property listed by clerk!"""""""!" '303! 75 164.41 $ Freight Account Railroad Tangible 841.41 To 50 cents on $414,770.00 L. & N. General Expense R. R. property 2,073.65 106.77 To 50 cents on $14,184.00 other property Repairs 70 92 614.39 To 50 cents on $22,400.00 (Richmond Branch) L. & N Supplies 112.00 To 50 cents on $300.00 other property . McKinney & Coffey's Mill l 50 " 3,21?!o5 !."!"!" '.. 297.61 To 50 cents on $643,410.00 C. N. O. & T. P. Ry Road, 4.5 miles To 50 cents on $5,600.00 other property. 28.00 Hustonville & Carpenter's Railroad Franchise 752.07 Creek, 3.4 miles To 50 cents on $669,663.00 C. N. O. & T. P. Ry. (in part). 3,349.82 Stanford & Crab Orchard To 50 cents on $423,754.00 L. & 1,059.39 831.10 To. 50 cents on $42,338.00 L. & N.N. Ry. (in part) pike, 9.1 miles Ry. (Richmond Branch) 211.69 Stanford & Danville pike Other Franchise Tax 144.95 5.1 miles To 50 cents on $8,647.00 Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co. 43. 24 Hustonville & Danville To 50 cents on $3,105.00 Adams Express Co... . 15. 52 1,862.18 To 50 cents on $18,500.00 Stanford Water, Light & Ice Co. pike, 7.4 miles 92. 50 247.80 To 50 cents on $2,934.00 Hustonville Telephone Co.... Robinson, 0.6 miles 14. 67 To 50 cents on $8,411.00 Pullman Co 42. 05 Stanford & Dix River, 5.3 73. 84 .'..... 306.44 To 50 cents on $14,769.00 Western Union Tel. Co miles To 50 cents on $10,014 Southern Express Co . . 50. 07 Lancaster & Danville, 3.6 To 50 cents on $3,528.00 American Tel. & Tel. Co. 17. 64 425.97 To-- 50 miles cents on $6,871.00 Southern Express Co 34. 36 Stanford & Rush Branch Bank Tax 401.05 To 50 cents on $13,313.00 4.2 miles Bank of Moreland 65.67 Hustonville & Bradfords- -' To 50 cents on $58,924.00 National Bank of Hustonville 294.62 473.30 To 50 cents on $162,324.00 Lincoln County National Bank... ville, 2.0 miles 811.62 To 50 cents on $22,680.00 Peoples Bank of Hustonville 113.40 Carpenter's Station and To 50 cents on $30,92S.OO State Bank & Trust. Co 154.64 67.50 To 50 cents Moreland, 3.8 miles on $14,880 Waynesburg Deposit Bank 66.90 Stanford & Knob Lick, To 50 cents on $55,618.00 First National Bank of Stanford. 278.09 150.05 To 50 cents on $14,219.00 Crab Orchard Banking Co 7.1 miles ' 71.10 To 50 cents on $14,237.00 McKinney Deposit Bank & Somerset, 71.19 Stanford 6,291.00 803.12 To 4,194 Polls returned by Assessor at $1.50 each 15.9 miles To 260 Polls listed by County Court Clerk at $1.50 390.00 Hustonville & McKinney, 357.00 2.4 miles Total charged to Sheriff. $55,706.57 McCor- & The Sheriff is entitled to the following credits Turnersville 164.50 To 50 cents on $75,559.00 Land and Town Lots, sold State and mack's Ch., 5.8 miles.... County 377.79 Crab Orchard & Chap-pell- 's To 50 cents on $9,395.00 Exonerated bv County Court 46.97 325.98 To 50 cents on $17,875.00 Duplicated Assessments miles.... Gap, 2.6 89.37 To 50 cents on $37,123.00 Delinquent Property Stanford & Milledgeville 185.61 160.45 To 1,190 Delinquent Polls, Women, Firms, Etc., less $67.35 1,717.65 7.1 miles To County Road Claims paid by Sheriff. 6,330.67 Stanford & Preachersville Sheriff's Commission for collection on $53,033.67 2,420.12 152.10 By Treasurer's receipts to 4.9 miles balance .. 44,537.55 Crab Orchard" & Lanca150.01 ster, 5.2 miles $55,706.57 Kings Mt. & Pleasant All of which is submitted to the court. 89.70 Point, 2.7 miles G. B. COOPER, Commissioner. Hustonville & Coffey's sioner appointed by the Lincoln County Fiscal Court at its regular October term, 1915, with J. G. Weatherford, Sheriff of Lincoln county, as the collection of the county levy for the year 1915. By order of the Lincoln County Fiscal Court, made at its regular April term, 1915, fifty (50) cents was levied on each one hundred ($100) dollars worth of taxable property in said county as equalized and certified by the Auditor of Public Accounts, also a levy of $ .50 on each male person over the age of twenty-on- e (21) years, as returned by the assessor, and listed by the board of County Supervisors, and the County Court Clerk. 1 Tax Tax to-wi- t.: 398.27 439.37 202.95 G24.05 PLOW GEARS. We have a full line of Collars and Hames, Bridles and Backhands and everything you need to properly rig up your teams. miles PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING King's Mt. miles & Duncan, 2.4 .'. 59.00 McKinney, 222.30 4.44 976.00 8.00 i Turnersville & The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. Dr. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacist . 2.2 miles Mr. F. W. Woehr, Factory Expert. Preachersville & Garrard will be in Stanford March 3, 1916. . Co., 0.5 miles LOW PRICES & Hustonville Stanford 9.2 miles ofLeave orders at Interior Journal fice or write direct to factory Hanging Fork ,' 1.5 miles & Hubble, W.E. PERKINS, - Crab Orchard . The American Springfield, Ohio. Dear Sirs:: In reference to the Superior Grass Seed Drill used, for sowing of HEMP SEED will say that we used one last year for the sowing of 125 acres of hemp. We used 25 pounds of hemp seed to the acre, and we find that is enough on the best land we have. There is no doubt in our minds of this being the most satisfactory as well as the most certain way to sow hemp. The seed germinate more evenly as they are covered all about the same depth, something, that cannot be done with any other machine we have ever seen. Yours truly, Seeding-Machin- e Danville, Kentucky, Jan. 18, 1916 Co., ADLER PIANO COMPANY : $12,824.24 Total 29th and Chestnut Sts. CounKentucky Vouchers Issued by Louisville, $12,824.24 ty Road Engineer 15-- 1 1THE BEST PLOW FOR THE FARMER, . J. C. M'Clary J. L. Beazley & Co., The Chattanooga Chilled Plow Use it on Trial; if not Satisfactory, Come Back and Get Your Money. "" . HUDSON & DAVIS, Per Hudson. Undertaker Office FOR SALE BY W. H. HIGGINS. Embalmer Undertaker - Embalmer Stanford, Kentucky.' Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. Phone 167 Hnme Phnns 35 GEORGE H. FARRIS. ;