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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- Established 1860.57th Year.-- No. 15 TO 21 YEARS FOR ALFORD The Interior Journal 16 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, February 25, 1916. 1 Tuesdays and Fridays house the Sunday afternoon of the h.e went home after some more whis Q. & C. DIVISION TO BOWEN? murder, and tried to borrow a gun, ky while Smith waited for him at MRS. CARPENTER REPUBLICANS but said that he had refused to let Floyd's. When he came back they NEW PRESIDENT Persistent Rumor That Railroad Will him have it, and that Estrage then met his aunt, Nannie Alford and TO MEET HERE Move Big Plant. said he would go home and get his gave her a drink, he said. They went i own gun. He said that he and Gaines in Mrs. Kitrell's to take another Woman's Club Holds Annual ElecA" persistent rumor is rife in the County Convention. Will Be Held Youthful Slayer of Oliver Smith Con- Baugh were the first ones to the drink with Will Peck, to keep anytion of Officers CommendaWest End of Lincoln that the divibody of Oliver Smith after he was one from seeing them, he testified; Saturday and District Convention tion for Chautauqua. victed of Manslaughter After sion is to be moved from Danville to killed and that they turned the body then went to Henry Alford's and afa point in the West End of Lincoln Fought Legal Battle over and Smith had a pistol in his terward to Mrs. Kittrell's again. AlOn Tuesday Next. Hard The Woman's Club of Stanford probably at Bowen Station. It is right hand. He took it out of ford said he met Lillie Pearl Douglas whom he was going with, and stayed held its annual election of officers known that Q. & C, representatives Estrage Alford was convicted of Smith's hand and took it home. The Lincoln county republican Mrs. Alice Helm, who lives near with her for about an hour and a at the Club rooms on Wednesday, have been taking options on a large convention will be held here Saturmanslaughter of Oliver the voluntary Feb. 23rd, which resulted as follows: tract of land in that section, and it day afternoon Smith near McKinney on June 20, Mrs. Kittrell, testified that Estrage half. She asked him if he wanted to President Mrs. J. G. Carpenter. is reported that as soon as a sufficient egates will be at whichtotime 18 delcourt here Alford came to her home about half go to "Ella's" meaning Mrs. Oliver chosen 1915, by a jury in Circuit the Eighth First has been obtained, removal Triday morning. His sentence was an hour before Eire killing, and pick- Smith's and they went there. Alford Craig. Vice President Mrs. W. N. acreagetrackage and equipment from district convention which meets in of the ed up next Tuesday, Feb. 29th. fixed at confinement in the state pen- loaded a shotgun and saw it was not said Oliver was there then, asleep Second Vice President Mrs. T. the Danville yards will begin. Bowen Stanford following and pitched it back; then on the floor with a pillow under his On the itentiary for a period of not less than day, March 1st, W. Pennington. lies about three miles south of Junc- the republicans 15 nor more than 21 years. The jury went out saying he would get his head. After Alford said he went of the state will meet and it is own was nor more than 21 years. The jury kill gun sand that heShe going "to home to eat supper and that Smith lia Recording Secretary Miss Ophe- tion City,the tracks said to be the plan in convention at Louisville and Lackey. to have and yards extend o b." that said it was went with him but wouldn't eat anycomposed of delegates which tried the case was the national Corresponding Secretary Mrs. E. practically from one station to the choose theirto be held to in Chicago, H. D. Aldridge, C. B. McGuf-fe- y, not very long afterward till the kill- thing. convention Messrs. other. Inability to obtain more Afterward he said he started to J. Howenstine. OUie Murphy, M. F. Herrin, W. ing took place. will nominate their candiChairman of Program Committee ground at Danville save at the most and whichpresident. Estelle Walls, who lives on Mc- iSam Douglas' to call on Miss Doug G. Withers, H. C. Anderson, G. F. date for Mrs. W. A. TribDle. exorbitant prices is said to be responA few weeks ago it seemed that Crawford, George Wood. Josh Wil- Kinney Creek, near the scene, heard las, with whom he had an engageDelegate to State Convention sible for the reported plan of the son, John Pepples, Mack Lawson and Baugh, Hughes arid Alford talking ment for 7:30 o'clock. He and Ol- Mrs. E. C. Walton, with Mrs. former Vice President Fairbanks of on the J. S. railroad company. Furthermore the Indiana, would get the instructions, who her home, and Smith met Will J. S. Campbell. hard fought in cir- heard a road outside she believed was iverSmith for a drink,Lyons,Alford ask Rice as alternate. facilities for obtaining an adequate der. voice which ed and The case was the Press Reporter Mrs. S. M. Sau-fle- supply of water at Danville are said of the Kentucky delegation to Mordays, and the jury that of Alford say he was going to clared that Smith told the negro that national convention. Edwin P. cuit court for two to be such that the railroad is desir- row, carries my deliberated from 10 o'clock Thursday "kill that s o b if I can find him." "yellow faced s o b recent republican candidate for ous of removing the yards and it is governor, Treasurer Mrs.. A. C. Hill. Claude Hughes, one of the young whisky." Then he and Smith went might when it was put in their hands Misses Bettie and said that the engineers have discov- should havehad promised that he men with Alford in the cart just on, he testified and near Jim Single- . Librarians Kentucky, in return for until just before noon Friday. Paxton. that economy can secured the many favors the tall, slim Hoos-iAlford was represented by Attor- before the killing, said that they ton's Smith stopped him he said and Mattie retiring President, Mrs. Wm. ered diversity of ways, tobemake The in a the neys George D. Florence and J. S. had started from Mis. Kittrell's told him "If I thought you would Severance and the new statesman has done in the. past president, change a very desirable one. At- home to Oliver Smith's when the ever tell where we've been or what "Owsley, while Commonwealth's Mrs. J. G. Carpenter will also atresiding in thai section of for Kentucky republicans, but now torney Emmet Puryear and County horse got down, "in a mud hole and we have done, I'd kill you," and he tend the state convention. the county, are said to be offering it"all seems changed. The rank and Alford got out and went on on foot. pulled his pistol. AJfcrd so'd he Attorney W. S. Burch, prosecuted. None of the newly elected officers every inducement possible to secure file of the Kentucky republicans are not for Fairbanks, and a great many Mrs. Oliver Smith, a daughter of He said that he asked Alford to help asked Smith if he had not always is unmindful loher them get horse up been his friend, and then Smith put J. J. Durham, of McKinney was the ford said the was going but that Al- the gun back. As they went by Mrs. and all will of the honor paid dis- the division point for the new- ad- of the leaders who never did becality, realizing the tremendoustry faithfully to on lieve that he had a chance to be nomfirst witness put on the stand by the that s o he ." He said "To. kill charge b that while Kittrell's she called Smith in and Al- upon the duties that may devolve vantages it will give them, both in inated, want to "ride a live one." prosecution. Alford's aged latter they them. Under the untiring and enhancement property valAlwere in the and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. dur- the gun once to see cart Alford shot ford said he'd wait. Smith stayed in efficient management of our presi- ues and in the of their of new trade For that reason, the majority of the bringing constantly if it was loaded. there about 30 minutes, he said, and Kentucky delegation to the national ford, were at his side He said that he and Baugh were Hughes and Baugh came up in a dent, Mrs. Severance, and her co- and business to that community. It convention will, go uninstructed, ing the trial. and about 75 yards away from the scene cart. The whisky bottle was in the workers, we are to have the Alka- has been suggested that Stanford's be ready to ride the Hughes bandWife of Murdered Man. hest Chautauqua in Stanford this live wire Chamber of Commerce wagon when Mrs. Ella Smith, widow of the of the killing. On cross examina- house, Mrs. Kittrell having carried it summer it gets started. at- should make an investigation of the offers when asked Alford Former murdered man, was the first witness tion, he said he if he was intoxica- in. They wanted a drink to send traction anda the Club Coming this as "Home Week" rumored removal and do what it can or- Ludlow Internal Revenue Collecthad had several said, and "I called to Oliver F. Petty, of Shelbyville, put on the stand by the Common- ted, to the many visitors. to bring this big "business enterdrinks. He denied that the wealth. Mrs. Smith was dressed in Alford that if he was he said to ford whiskyheout or income on." Alprise" to the West End of this coun- made a gumshoe visit up in this end sent said Alford he the of the state the other day, and "black and gave her testimony, which ty. Brawner "things" changed around considerawas very damaging to Alford, in a would kill Smith if he did notrgive up whisky, boy several times after the afraid of him. This concluded the whisky. He said that there had him examination by and Alble after this visit. Prominent reclear and even voice which carried the no threat of prosecution made that he and Smith sent whisky.word ford was turned the defense, prosecuTWO JURIES WERE "HUNG" Albeen couldn't get the over to the publicans who had previously been conviction with it. She said that him to testify as he did. ford continued: "Oliver then came tion for which for came out Smith was 35 years of age at the On Minor Cases Before Court Took with Fairbanks instructions, Kentucky Baugh, who was also and told the other boys to move was conducted by Mr. Puryear. the declaration that of his death; had been a farmer theGaines with Alford, denied some in out and said to me time to In response tojniestions cart Up Smith Murder Trial. of on should go uninstructed. Petty is a most of his life; and that they had the statements made by Hughes. He little talk with you';'I got thenhave a Commonwealth's Attorney, from the asked and Alford wheelhorse in the ranks of the repubchildren. She was with him at said that they had taken six or are he in Circuit the time he was killed. In response the cart with them when heAlford up me: 'Is it whisky toldtrouble ifyou had denied that kill had gone home to get principally court has been engrossed licans, and many believe he is worklooking for?' I him came I his gun to this week with considera- ing right in line with former Postbmith, but simply to questioning by Mr. Puryear, Mrs. with his gon to Alford-Smit- h get He tion that they to murder master General Frank Hitchcock, Smith detailed the events leading up go to Oliver and suggested get some you have trouble to Lyons my whisky, protecthe himself. home admitted that case, of the can keep it. asked him when was at but before it was taken up sev- who is said to be strongly for at supper he death of her husband. She whisky. He Smith & and to the a gun to pro- eral didn't think said that Alford were disposed said that about dusk on the day he off the gun once but didn't say fired for a cigarette and Oliver pulled his tect himself. he neededhe had no idea jury minor casesChas. Robbins, of. A Hughes. The tip has gone out that " He said why pistol and said: 'That's the kind of acquitted of the Roosevelt will support Hughes if he killed, she was at the home of was smoke he After Lyons had of trouble with Smith when he got East End, on a charge of drawing a is nominated, and this, it is said, will it nor Mrs. Kitrell, who lives on the pike he did Smith. did said say anything gotten I carry.' he "asked about had He Smith he pistol on H. B. The jury south of McKinney. Her husband that he had some whisky Alford said match, a cigarette, pulled his for a the gun; that hewhisky.toldHe denied which tried Will Howard. local negro, make the movement to nominate the pistol could keep the and Oliver Love, a at Smith's. associate justice of the Supreme came up in front of the house by Ethrage Alford. She Baugh admitted that he had three or again and said to hold the cigarette that" he' had said he did not ore on a charge of sellmg whisky to Sam court all the stronger. A great many, being in the mud; was much under up The asked Mrs. Kittrell to call her hus- four drinks, but was notthey stopped the and he'd light it off the end of about thehehorse going to kill Smith. Taylor, A. B.unable to agree. charge however, see in thi3 subtle Hughes pistol." influence. He was and that Florence, on a trial of movement a scheme to obtain enough he came in and then he its Mrs. Kidwell's said band in, and Alford then said that he went to Mr. Puryear read to Alford extracts of intimidating election officers, also uninstructed delegations at the naand asked for asked Mrs. Kidwell to call Alford in. at Mrs. to get a gun and after- from a stenographic report of his resulted in a hung jury. The case tional convention, to bring Smith and when the horse the He refused to cone in and Smith mu dhole Alford got out andgot in a ward Helm's to Henry Alford's, testifying testimony at his examining trial, and against Milton Powell for assault nomination of Roosevelt atabout prowalked Althe then asked Mrs. Kittrell to tell wanted without saying that ford to send the Lottie of whisky fast up the hollow, hve or six nun self.. heHe said it to "protect" him asked him for an explanation of the and battery, growing out of thesame per time. It really looks mighty like a word. Jtie said in that he made no difference between his testimonv incident, was cpmpromiseu witn a it will be either Hughes or Roosevelt. in. Alford, replied to Mrs. Kittrell, utes- he heard a shot and then Tieard i threats variouspoints andfe?tir with J If it is not Roosevelt, it is a pretty!. JraJ'cilL she" testified that he had said he present ne went. 'lo.Mnenry morion-thMrs. Smith crying, and? when Alford uiie. sEBotmat'ndfwoundink ReedThil ouj.1. utli never intended to darken her door came he asked him what he had done, Aliord s and then home and got his iug,ui ne examiningtrial. iflierr;ead- - lipps, "was fined $60 arid costs. Lus - Irifl'a'Kf-,tVio- f bunt, i &UU , mil UUUiCUC; -. inai xesumony man. again, and he meant it. She said and Alford told him to go up there gun He said that he had been run seemed to make a great impression ter was shooting at Phillips' father went that her husband thenput out and and see. He said that Smith was ly- over up and down this road until he upon every one, for Alford's testimo- at the time. The grand jury has been theSeveral prominent republicans of Eighth congressional district are the bottle got the whisky and ing on was tired of it. put six loads in ny was ground investigating vaon very busy this his pocket. She could see him and pointed the the road with his head his gun. It was HeWinchester pump different radically contradictory Pur- rious offenses, week a number of in- candidates for delegates to the nain up important points. Mr. home. Alford talking but couldn't tell what He said that Henry toward his cousin gun. Then he met aBaugh and Hughes year showed that at the examining dictments have and returned. One tional convention. The district is been Alford, a apentitled to two "delegates and two althey were saying. Tfley did not or two indictments are rumored to ternates. A rather pretty contest Alford then of the man who did the killing, was in their cart .and got in with them. trial Alford had testified that he have been pear angry. She said to the home said he out of and that they the gun for a went off in a cart with Claude with himthe body. They were the first Alford if it was did not firebut that went after he had of Mrs. Helm while incidents in returned growing the Alfo- may be staged here next Tuesday for gun connection with shot Smith, loaded; turned Smith to see this honor when the district convenBaugh. She did ones to Hughes and Gaines killing. present trial he rd-Smith over and a quart bottle half full of Hughes fired it. He told them he on the stand tion meets here. Several hundred know whether the other two men whisky dropped out of a coat pocket. was going to Sam Douglas' and they swore that he at the there before he not Dan Milburn, of Lancaster, who prominent republicans from the 11 went were there with Alford before that formerly sold sewing machines in said he ride with them The pistol there expector not After Alford had gone, she He said of the was a but he lying by far. He could Hughes asked him that shot Smith. that atprosecutor also this county, was acquitted by a jury counties of the district, arehere and said body, the examining for brought out couldn't ed to attend the convention with the side said, that she and her husband some whisky tell Smith had trial Alford Smith was Friday morning of having shot Jim told take the their baby, about a year old started not. whether Alford had hold of it or given it to tand he Smithhim he then standing in asaid Mrs. some bushes, Jones, a negro of the Hale's Well thenthe state train for Louisville, 'Oliver Henry picked it up. The drain by and for convention. child, and home, she carrying the section. Hughes said they was as he said the arm af Smith having his coat off and coat pistol hanging overthe arm. and ter some. Alfordwould go there was whereSmithas this trial his sight. that Mr. Mrs. was out of was the he told He SILVER MEDAL CONTEST over one arm. They started up the said' that Henry under called to him not going about Smith him going to reply to questionings, he said that In BIG LOT SALE WEDNESDAY. Alford or it to their home about a half mile to "see that pistol." He said lane One of the finest building sections To say anything to him as he wanted no was so dark he coula only see Smith's Be Held By McKinney W. C. from the pike. When they were before that Alford had madethat trouble. Alford continued: "At Mrs. bulky figure. At the- - examining trial adjacent to Stanford will be opened no U. Annual Reception Held. about 100 yards up the lane, they statement about killing Smith, neith- Kittrell's Baugh asked me to see if he testified that Smith was looking up for homes by Walton Bros., the heard Alford come running after er by threats or mentioning his Oliver was in 'there and I told him at his wife when he shot him. He Town Lot Men of Glasgow, in a big The them. No one was with him. He name. When I would but. would not say anything said that Smith turned his head just sale here next Wednesday afternoon. hold a W. C. T. U. at McKinney will "had a gun in his hand. She said that in the cart, heAlford fired the gun else to him, Matron's Silver Medal Conso I got out, and set as he fired the fatal .shot, he sup- A big advertisement will be found test heard him say that at the Baptist church at that-- ' Alford said: on. the third page today, giving defired thing my gun down by Mrs. posed "Wait there, Oliver, I want that would it "to see if the damn he had Kittrell said that the fence. gone me." "To keep from seeing him hit tails of the sale of the most desirable ?ISce on Friday evening, March 3rd, ' . Oliver had She said that her husband told work."to He denied that whisky." beginning at go and get Oliver to home. I said to them 'That settles Alford Alford contradicted his former building section, which probably can The speakersseven thirty o'clock. stopped, turned around and said to hejp them get the horse up. Baugh it; you get no whisky.' They said testimony considerably, will be Mrs. Fred be found anywhere near this city. and made a Alford: Gooch, Mrs. Sarah Dayton, Mrs. they would go was drunk 30 witness for his own cause. It is "What do you mean coming up said that Hughes seen him takeat the ana let me ride to Oliver's and get it very badLillie Pearl Doudas. sweet acres the Embry subdivision of The Frank Grider, Mrs. John .McKinney. time; that he had on Lancaster avenue. Miss three toSam Douglas.' gun?" here with that four drinks. heart of the accused youth, was next Messrs. Walton are on the ground, The program will be interspersed Describes the Killing. Alford replied: "I want that whis- or John Skidmore, who put on the stand and. testified that and are advertising their big sale far with music and a playlet by the "They were driving-conducted a young horse ky; every drop of it." school boys and girls. Much interest near Mrs. Smith said her husband then store time, the scene of the killing, at and the cart got in a mud hole, axle she had an enerairement with Alford and wide. They are experienced reel is being manifested in this entertainsaid that he stepped the deep, so I got out and started to walk for that evening and was expecting estate men and are well known here that told Alford, "I will give you half of distance from the pike to U. where the to Douglas' lots ment of the W. C. T. cents;Admission The only about 500 it but not all of it. I haven't nary a body was and that it was about 136 yards away. which was yards I met him at 7:30 o'clock. prosecutionques- having conducted the sale of theLand will be twenty-fiv- e children in what is known as the tion asked her by the was Within 60 drink for in the morning." yards. He said that the body was Oliver. I was walking at a common Mr. Puryear's query whether Alford subdivision several years ago. They fifteen cents. To this Alford replied that he was to one side Dr. of the road, but blood walk. His wife was with him and was in the habit of calling upon her oougnt tnat property at that time openea and Mrs. J. B. Smith kindly going to have "all of it." xneir nome to trie W. C. T. trom Mrs. Smith then said that each of the the wound was in the center when she saw me she said: 'Lord God with a shotgun, to which she replied from the Embry Bros., and pleased U. ladies of McKinney Feb. 17th, road. Oliver, there comes Ethrage with a in the negative. "everyone with their methods of sellman asked the other if he had not alWill Lyons, the negro mentioned ing. They will have a brass band for the purpose of holding their anways treated him right in every way, theStroud Gooch. who help prepare gun.' Oliver then asked me 'What nual reception in honor of their noremains, and both agreed that they had. Al- Smith's head said that the wound in are you packing that gun for me as being at Mrs. Kittrell's, told of and other attractions and plan to ble founder, Frances E. WiJJard's was about an inch and for?' I told him that I was not the incident there when Smith is al- make next Wednesday afternoon a, ford then insisted upon getting all a half behind the right birthday anniversary. ThV faithful packing of the whisky while Smith would nair. He said a few shot ear, in the myself. it for him; only to protect leged to have offered to light his red letter day for all. band of women seize every opportu-- " had struck I then put the gun down, cigarette with his pistol, etc. He told agree to give him only half. Mrs. trie ear nity to create temperance sentiment from ROCKCASTLE MAN KILLED. Smith said she walked on 10 steps seemed to havebehind, and some resting it against two saplings. He substantially the same story on this and solicit new members, shaving gone clear through came up close to me and began to point as Alford. He said that. Smith while they were talking, and that the head, Ballard Mullins, and were noticeable un- pat me on the chest, and asked if was known to generally go armed, man who shot and young railroad gained two on this occasion. The her husband then turned to follow. der the skin near the right eye. we weren't good friends. I told him but never heard of him shooting or Dye in a negro dive killed Quincy dining room was tastefully decoraHe turned his back to Alford, and at Paris Sunday ted with yellow narcissus and lighted This ended the testimony of the that up to that night we had always cutting anyone. as he did so. Alford shot him. The Commonwealth muiiuiig, met, swih recnuuiion uv De- - candles. Delightful and Alford, the ac- been, but that he hadn't treated me refreshments Henry Alford said that Smith's load entered behind the right car cused, was put on over freight the stand by the right about that whisky "and he reputation was pretty bad at times lng run near and killed by aTuesday were bountifully served by the hosand killed Smith instantly. She said defense. train Winchester tess, assisted by the officers and knew it. He asked me if I wanted and at other times was all right. that Alford then turned away and morning. Immediately after a drink and I told him no, but that John L. Beck, R. S. Scudder and murder he escaped and was trying the members of the .Union. A large went toward the pike. She put her Alford's Story of the Killing. I wanted my whisky for the morning; W. S. Embry were introduced as reach Rockcastle county, where to crowd attended both afternoon and baby down and ran to her husband. Estrage Alford, said that he is the and a evening and all report a rousing good that he could give me half. He character She said that her husband had a pis son of J. A. Alford, and was born defense, of relatives reside and from time. at asked what he could do with it, and. but gave witnesses by thetestimony number he came. that side little tol in his coat pocket, but that it his father's home on Green whence Elmer Harris, his 23 j- was not loaded as she herself had years ago. He railroaded River. five how we could divide it as we had of value. nephew, also met death beenath the for nothing to nut it in. Then he said The defense introduced Mrs. Kit- car wheels. Relatives of the two taken out the loads the night before. years but at the time of th nn; JESSE ROUT BUYS STORE no, I would not get any; that he was trell and Elbert Brawner, an She said her husband had left it in a had not been working men were notified and Cam Mullins, B. W. Leigh, of Hustonville, sold boy, bureau drawer and she was afraid the crew being laid off, on account of going to drink it all. And then he and had been drew his pistol and threw it down at her house, who told of incidents Sheriff of Rockcastle county, a cou- his stock of goods at the capital of the children would get hold of it. and Brawner told of sin of the dead man and Willie Sig-no- r, the West End, last week to E. L. helping his father on his AlUpon cross examination by Mr. ford said he had trouble farm. Oli- on me, and said 'If you want to set- going to the body of Smith and seea brother-in-lawent to Win- Ford, of Maxey's Valley arid soon' with Florence, Mrs. Smith said that she ver Smith before the killing. Then tle any trouble, settle it how.' I ing the pistol in his hand. chester and claimed the bodies. afterward sold his stand and fixtures Judge Hardin read his instrucwas not aware that her husband had under the questioning of Mr. Flor- leaned back and got my gun, and as to Jesse Rout, who has taken charge I drew it up pulled the trigger. I tions to the jury at the reconvening any particular purpose in putting the ence, he detailed his actions NEWS OF THE CHURCHES and is opening- up an on the shot him to save my own life. He of court at 7:30 Thursday pistol in his coat pocket when he Sunday when he night, af Baptist Young People's Union store. Mr- - Leigh will- - devote his atSmith. He wus auout eignt steps trom me. went out. She said he knew the said that he first killed Smith ter wmen of met about Smith weighed about 185 pounds and lowed, one arguments the counsel fol - Sunday evening at 6:15. Subjects tention to his farming and live stock siHo Tiavinn- world's Missionary Movement. sneech to loads were not in it. The court sus 11 O ClOCk that mnrnino- af TTnnw Al , Miss operations. Mr. Rout has had much . w Al t nlj4- u tlfnrt auvui, an men ' J 11 tained objection of the common- ford's and was with him there caiier man t am. i lueen aereen iinon. .lurioa nhn s Lucile Gastiheau will lead. experience in merchandising, and is until and I am five feet eight inches tall. Owsley spoke first for the defense! wealth to Mr. Florence's question as about 4:30 o'clock. He and Services- will be held as usual at very popular and will "undoubtedly Oliver He was about 30 or 35 years of aee." .and made a sDlendid to whether she had had any trouble and Zora Smith got in a fmn. the Sunday rd ,furtner testified that he the standpoint of the defense, closing and Baptist church preaching morning command a good trade right from the with her husband and had drawn the a ride, and then stopped buggy, took evening, with by the start. at his home saw Smith with a pistol nearly from using it against her. She said for some whisky. After a powerful plea for that they ery time they were together. After, the youth, and the aged mercy for pastor. The morning subject will be however, that she didn't take out the went to Mrs. Kitrell's, where parents, they the shot was fired he said he went to j Commonwealth's Attorney Puryear The Law and the Gospel. After La grippe What? loads because she was afraid he got out and went in to. give Presbyterian church Sunday, Feb. the wo-- ; Mrs. Helm's-an- d would use it on her. She admitted men a drink. A negro then went home and ( closed with a terrific excoriation of ,27th: Sunday school at 9:30; service F. G. Prevo, Bedford, Ind., writes: man, ne:that her husband might have been gro woman, --Mrs. Kittrell, aMrs. afterward to Mrs. Kittrell's where the crime as a murder, at 11 o'clock, Getting Acquainted "An attack of lagrippe left me with , he was when arrested' that nifrht. TTe rdanned Hetiherafolv aA ,.-;;,-, drinking some but .that he was not Brawner and Oliver Smith With Jesus. Union service at 7 drunk the evening before. She said there. Mrs. Smith was not were in said he went to Mrs. Kittrell's to take, the severest punishment. The jury o'clock at the Christian church in a severe cold. I tried everything. T present. aume neaas Deionging to ner, whicnjWas given Judge got so thin it looked as if I never he had taken only one drink that They remained there Hardin's instruc-h- e charge of the two C. E. societies. about an hour had. He aaid that Mrs. Smith had tions and retiring, considered the day, and that in Mrs. Kittrell's and a half. He had no Rev. W. D. Welburn, pastor of the would get well. Finally, two bottles trouble with and was not present 'case about half an hour. They, then Methodist church, will preach at Lo- of Foley's Honey and Tar ciired-Tne- . house. Oliver Smith nor any misunderstand gone aheadhusband ; when her Henry Alford. a- - cousin of the ar ing. Oliver Smith had his pistol was killed. He reported that" they were unable, to gan's Creek church next Sunday aft- I am now well and out back to my nor see her oused, was placed on the stand by . bend agree and .adjournment was taken ernoon at 2:30 o'clock. Services will v. . imi a . . j ii , was.. ym n ociock i- - .; tne prosecution, and. admitted that' Friday morning, when be held at the Methodist church here mal ,weight." A reliable remedy for luauY Estrage Alford' had come to his horseshoes, after which Sold evISJ-YK? mt0 cderation of both Sunday morning and evening as coughs, colds and croup. Alford safd case f usual, at the regular hours. erywhere. -- y. er Lin-colnit- es -- cross-examinatio- n, - 2gjfjiie.'a;-ioufegLestercliarge- d .rtLixeL-wH.r- u e 1 Tal-V-N.H-xSSlSV.:- .. -- -- - a eight-year-o- ld w - up-to-dat- e - "" - 1 Tr I i - are-nmen- t ev-Jwi- th cold-blood- ed -- .- ttJSSV&ffi? K trSTL.k ffcfc"-. :- rjftMi - - Al ' age Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February 25, 1916. Middleburg Ottenheim Mr. E. B. .Hatfield has been busy moving to his new home on Buck Creek. &Miss Annie Schmitz, Mr. Joe Busse and Mr. Bill Schmitz enjoyed a splendid supper with Mr. Schuler and r mm Coulter had out a force of men and teams renairing the roads from here to the Lincoln line. Miss Bessie Lawhorn, is at Danville, the guests of Mrs. Ben Lester. Prof. Garnet Huey has been laid up for a week, a victim of grip. Mrs. F. L. Jones, who had slight stroke of paralysis some time ago is not well at this writing. The little folks singing class at the Baptist church, is becoming quite"1 a feature in the Sunday school. Miss Emma Fogle has charge of the children, and is untiring in her efforts to make the class an interesting one. Yosemite is building another foot bridge, for the East Yosemite people. It will be about one hundred yards long and will connect the two divisions of the town.. Prof. Virgil Ware will teach a class in vocal music at Lanham's school house, beginning about the first of March. The price of eggs is down to 15 cents per dozen, and a strike among the hens may be inevitable. A garage will likely be the next addition to Middleburg. F. L. Jones the jewelei', is thinking of building one in the spring. The town grows slowly, but surely. There was never a time when it went backward. Bud Short continues quite ill at his home at Yosemite, and but little hope is entertained for his recovery. His brothers, J. W., W. G., andArch Short are waiting on him, and their devotion is commendable indeed. Henry Thomas of the Casey County News, actuated probably by a disordered liver or a distorted imagination, got upon his hips in his last issue, because we said the average representative from this district did little or nothing in the Legislature. And he wonders what "Benson" would do if "he were" sent to Frankfort. Well if "he were" sent to J. C. M Weman'4 'N family Sunday. Mr. Paul Hertle called on Miss Julia Stichler last Tuesday. All the members of the Switzer Club enjoyed themselves at Mr. Wentjes Sunday afternoon. Mr. James Russell, of this section has been hauling a lot of corn fodder. Mr. Frank Wentjes and sister, Miss Helen, Mr. Ernest Stichler, Mr. Bill Schmitz and sister, Mr. Paul Hertle, Miss Julia Stichler and Mr. Joe Busse were the guests of Misses Agnes and Nellie Schuler Sunday evening. Old Mr. Stamply, who died last Friday night was buried at the Re- Problem How to Feel Well During Middle Life Told by Three Women Who Learned from Experience. The Change of Life is a most critical period of a woman's existence, and neglect of health at this time invites disease and pain. Women everywhere should remember that there is no other remedy known to medicine that will so successfully carry women through this trying period as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from native roots and herbs. Read these letters: Philadelphia, Pa. "I started the Change of Iifo five years ago. 1 always had a headache and backache with bearing down pains and I would have heat flashes very bad at times with dizzy spells and. nervous feelings. After taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I feel like a new person and am in better health and no more troubled with, the aches and pains I had before I took your wonderful remedy. I recommend it to my friends for I cannot praise it enough." Mrs. Maroakkt Gkass-ma- n, 759 X. Kinggold St, Philadelphia, Pa. Beverly, Mass. "I took Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, for nervousness and dyspepsia, when I was going through the Change of Life. I found it very helpful and I nave always spoKen oi it to otner women who suiter as I did and have had them try it and tney also have received good results from it." Mrs. Geokok A. Duxbar, 17 Itoundy St., Beverly, Mass. Erie, Pa. "I was in poor health when the Change of Life started with me and I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, or I think I should not have got over it as easy as I did. Even now if I do not feel good I take the Compound and it restores me in a short time. I will praise your remedies to every woman for it may help them as it has me." Mrs. E. Killing, 9U1 East 24th St., Erie, Pa. form cemetery Tuesday morning. Mr. Hugo Schmitz and family will soon move to their new home which he bought from Mr. E. B. Hatfield. Mr. Paul Hertle took very ill Sunday evening while down on Buck Hoping he is well before Creek. his friends and relatives receive this announcement. Mr. Beuse. who lives near Crab Orchard visited Ottenheim and paid his MaScabee dues, and while here drank some of the Ottenheim water, which made him very ill. The people of this section are all hauling rocks to repair the bad places on the road. Everybody is glad to see the road being repaired. This rainy weather will be hard on the people who have the grip. Help Wanted. A couple of young men, must be well supplied with cowbells; others need not call. Apply between now and March the sixth, at Lover's Lane, Ottenheim, Ky. SCIATICA'S PIERCING PAIN To kill the nerve paihs of Sciatica you can always depend on Sloan's Liniment. It penetrates to the seat of pain and brings ease as soon as it is applied.- - A great comfort too required. Sloan's Liniment is invaluable for stopping muscular or nerve pain of any kind. Try it at once if you suffer with Rheumatism, Lum-wit- h Sloan's is that no rubbing is bago, Sore Throat, Pain in Chest, Sprains, Bruises, etc. It is excellent for Neuralgia and Headache. 25c at all Druggists. Frankfort, we suppose Jx We have the exclusive selling rights for this great laxative. PENNY'S DRUG STORE THE REXALL STORE L ancascer Rev. Shock, or Lexington, preached at the Antioch church Sunday. The Chautauqua Circle met at the home of Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie. Tho theme discussed by the class was: Culture in the Future Middle West. Conn and little grandson, Harold Lawton Tinsley, will leave shortly for New Orleans for a visit to Mesdames Katie Conn Tinsley and Wm.) Garique.. ,Mra. W. S. Elkiri, of Atlanta, is here for a visit of ten days with her sis'ter, Miss Jennie Duncan. Mrs. 0. G. Terrill will leave February 26th to join her husband in their new home in Richlands, Va. Miss Nora Brown, of Paris, Ind., has been visiting her sister, Miss Minnie Brown. Miss Florence Aldridge, of Cincinnati, who trimmed for Mrs. Joe L. Francis the past season, will be with Mrs. James B. draw his per diem like John Henry did when "he were" sent there. John Henry's liver needs toning up. It would put new energy into his bones. His disposition would" be sweeter; would mind his grammar better; get more news of a newsy kind, into his vermifuge wrapper, and fill a want long felt by his subscribers, by giving them value received for their money. Try a dose of Black Draught Johnnie and if you are no better in a few days, let us know. he would BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY It destroys disease germs, regulates the bowels, aids dicestion and causes hogs to -fatten quickly. Use it in the feed and drink and jour .....ti3vi ftinlera i.n..- - ti1I fnsts onlv 5c. a. month for each hoc this medicine Don't v.ait until they pet sick. Begin giving your hogs All Druggists. now and keep them free from worms and disease. At BOURBON BE5IEDY COMPANY, Lexicdtoa, Ky. Miss Mary Arnold is in Corbin for a stay with Mrs. John J. Hagan. Mr. Grant Huffman, and Miss Sue Bessie Sutton, of the western portion of the county, vere united in marri&ge at the horns of Elder F. M. CHOLERA. WORMS. COUGH, THUMPS. Prevents and Cures No oilier medicine has been so successful in relieving woman's suffering as has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, "Women may receive free and helpful advice by writing the Lydia E. Pinkliam Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. Such letters are received and answered by women only and held in strict confidence. BVk9!Lz'99'VV Tinder. Mrs. Charles Burdette, of Broken Arrow, Okla., is here for a visit to her brother, Mr. Thomas Chestnut and sister, Miss Mary .Chestnut. Mrs. Joseph Elsener, of Charleston West Virginia, formerly Miss Miller, of this place, is receiving much sympathy since the recent death of her little daughter. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird were in Louisville last week for a banquet and also witnessed the celebrated photoplay, "The Birth of a Nation." Miss Ethel Jones, who is now in Decatur, 111., visiting her sister, accepted a position with a millinery house in that city. Union services were held at the Baptist church on Sunday night, Rev. S. H. Pollitt, the Methodist minister, delivered a sermon on "The Relation and Duty of the Individual to Society." Mrs. J. L. Francis aud Miss Mary Arnold were honor guests at a six o'clock dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Andridge, in Hyde Park, Cincinnati. Dr. J. J. and Mrs. Pursley, and Mrs. Stella Sanders Perkins, have returned from a stay in Johnson City, Tennessee. The many friends of Elder F. M. Tinder will be glad to hear he is recuperating after a week's illness of grip. NEW 'STANFORD DRUG QOMPANY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY- - " ; 'ASTAROF'IIOPE C0M-CEL-SA- R SHERIFF'S SETTLEMENT A settlement made by G. B. Cooper, Commissioner appointed by the Lincoln County Fiscal Court at its regular October term, 1915, with J. G. Weatherf ord, 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 propertyin said county as equalized and certified by the Auditor of Public 1 IpkEL-sAjyg- r -- Q - The Great Stomach, Liver Kidney and Blood Remedv On Sale at All Drug Stores $1.00 " FOR S SUFFERERS fQ M0MKRB5 . FOR THREE BOXES Makes Three Quarts of iVIedicine LASTS her again this spring. Fire on Wednesday night destroyed two colored residences on Water street at the entrance to the Chute. The loss was about $1,000 with no insurance. FOR CHILDREN'S COUGH. You cannot use anything better for your child's cough and cold than Dr. King's New Discovery. It is pre- THREE MONTHS pared from Pine Tar mixed with healing and soothing balsams. It does not contain anything harmful and is slightly laxative, just enough to expel the poisons from the system. Dr. King's New Discovery is antiseptic kills the cold germs raises the phlegm loosens the cough and soothes the irritation. Don't put off treatment. Coughs and Colds often lead to serious luDg'troubles. It is also good for adults and the aged. Get a bottle today. All Druggists. 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. To 50 cents on $7,257,337.00 To 50 cents on $60,771.00 property listed by clerk To To To To To To Make Your Drug Store Trading Both Easy 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. of Public Accounts on on on on on on of property certified by Auditor '.. cents cents cents cents 50 cents 50 cents 50 50 50 50 $414,770.00 L. & N. R. R. property. $14,184.00 other property $22,400.00 (Richmond Branch) L. & N $300.00 other property $643,410.00 C. N. O. & T. P. Ry $5,600.00 other property. Railroad Tangible Tax $36,286.08 303.75 2,073.65 70.92 112.00 1.50 3,217.05 28.00 3,349.82 1,059.39 211.69 43.24 15.52 92.50 14.67 42.05 73.84 50.07 17.64 34.36 65.67 294.62 811.62 113.40 154.64 66.90 278.09 71.10 71.19 6,291.00 390.00 To 50 cents on $669,663.00 To 50 cents on $423,754.00 10 ou cents on $42,338.uu To To To To To To To To To To To To To Railroad Franchise Tax K L.. C. N. O. & T. P. Ry. & 1 HHMMMMMMMMftHKMMKftftMMMMMH m M g M Rheumatism ! How is rheumatism recognized? Some have said is is is is is n w ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft -- ft ft ft ft fft ft ft Rheumatism Rheumatism Rheumatism Rheumatism Rheumatism All have declared a dull pain. a sharp pain, sore muscles. stiff joints. a shifting pain. xo Rheumatism is Pain. Sloan's Liniment applied : The blood begins to flow freely the body's warmth is renewed the congestion disappears the pain is gone. To To To To To To $8,647.00 Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co $3,105.00 Adams Express Co $18,500.00 Stanford Water, Light & Ice Co $2,934.00 Hustonville Telephone Co $8,411.00 Pullman Co r. $14,769.00 Western Union Tel. Co $10,014 Southern Express Co $3,528.00 American Tel. & Tel. Co oji $6,871.00 Southern Express Co ' 50 cents on $13,313.00 Bank of Moreland 50 cents on $58,924.00 National Rank of Hustonville 50 cents on $162,324.00 Lincoln County National Bank 50 cents on $22,680.00 Peoples Bank of Hustonville ou cents on $3U,y28.00 State Bank & Trust. Co ... 50 cents on $14,880 Waynesburg Deposit Bank 50 cents on $55,618.00 first National Bank of Stanford.... 50 cents on $14,219.00 Crab Orchard Banking Co 50 cents on $14,237.00 McKinney Deposit Bank ..,. 4,194 Polls returned by Assessor at $1.50 each 260 Polls listed by County Court Clerk at $1.50 cents cents cents cents cents cents cents cents 50 cents 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 on on on on on on on on Other r ranchise N. Ry. (in part) & N. Ry. (Richmond Uranch) (in part) ax PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford. More Cold Weather COMING Winter Is Just Getting Started Prepare for It by Ordering Plenty or FOX RIDGE COAL Bank Tax "ft ' ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Sloan's Liniment KILLS PAI (GUARANTEED) Rheumatism and allied pains yield to the penetrating qualities of this warming liniment. Total charged to Sheriff...., $55,706.57 r The Sheriff is entitled to the following credits to:wife: To 50 cents on $75,559.00 Land and Town Lots, sold State and County 377.79 , To 50 cents on $9,395.00 Exonerated "by County Court 46.97 To 50 cents on $17,875.00 Duplicated Assessments 89.37 To 50 cents on $37,123.00 Delinquent Property 185.61 To l,r90 Delinquent Polls, Women, Firms, Etc., less $67:35 1.717.65 To County Road Claims paid by Sheriff 6,330.67 Sheriff's Commission for collection on $531033.67 2,420.12 . By Treasurer's receipts to balance 44,537.55 - 1 - 3c at Yard 1 4c Delivered -. .- -- J, H.BAUGHMAN & ftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftMftftftftftftftH , All of which is submitted to the court. $55,706.57 - o l .tt.ir vsivls, COMPANY ivcai i uvivi G. B. COOPER, Commissioner. BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. v, The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February 25, 1916. Page Three 1 J BBi B i y 'A I - aCiO 1p m I A 5 Stanford, y? HV SBb H BB IBJ B b M HRB fl ll hB B HI 8 BH 'KH HB H F '' 2 P. M. Sale Rain or Shine. Terms Easy. I IflAK If mala Five-Acr- We have purchased from Embry Bros., in the North part of town that coveted 30 Acres of Land fronting on e the Lancaster pike, and have a crew of men beautifying and platting this land into Building Lots and Tracts, with streets and alleys, and on Wednesday, March 1 st, we will sell these nice lots and tracts at public auction to the highest bidder regardless of price, Remember you make the price; we deliver the deeds. Now listen! You take a town that has grown to the importance that Stanford has, with her fine churches and good schools, her cultured people, strong banks and business houses, and fine farming country to back her up, there is only one way for these choice lots and tracts to go and that is higher and higher. So attend this sale and buy a few of these lots e tract or two while you can get them at your own price, and watch your money grow. You know or a good lots are scarce and high in Stanford. You know these are good lots. You know if you want a lot and don't buy it at this sale you will have to pay the other fellow a handsome profit. Why not save this profit by getting busy yourself at this sale? Remember the man who does things is the man who comes to the front. Earth is the best investment on earth and good town lots is the cream. Ask the man who has made money how he made it and see if he don't say five-acr- 'iREAL ESTATE DID IT." Don't forget that these lots will sell cheaper Wednesday, March 1st, than they will ever again, so be on the ground and pick up the bargains. Just a minute! Did you know the population of the United States doubles about every 27 years? Well it does and there is only one way for real' estate to go and that is UP, UP, UP. BIG BAND CONCERT ON GROUND. Don't fail to hear the Whirlwind Auctioneer. He is an entertainer. Special invitation to the Ladies. come and lets have one big afternoon.' Your neighbors will be there. N Everybody WALTON BROS., mn tp D THE TOWN LOT MEN. .P.gAl pAfi A III vlOICl 1 VI rx ' -- Nam 11 aillu "t y sennS n the best name for this new addition $5 in e w g.ve e gold, provided she is on tbe ground on day of sale. All names must be in by noon March 1. Send names to WALTON BROS., Stanford, Ky. r - - "V The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February 25, 1916. Breaks A Cold In Diversified Service. This Bank Performs all the Functions of a Commercial and Savings Bank. 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. Few Hours Try It! Contains No Quinine. p! "I had a severe pain in my back and hardly move. 7 Now Feels Entirely Well. A. H. Francis, Zenith, Kas., writes: could First Dose of Pape's Cold Compound thirds of a 50c box of Foley Kidney Relieves All the Grippe Misery took about two Care of funds on checking or savings account, Pills and now feel entirely well." Middle-age- d and older men and woDon't stay stuff ed-umen find these safe pills relieve sleep Quit blowing and snuffling! A dose disturbing bladder ailments. Sold of "Pape's Cold Compound" taken every two hours until three doses are everywhere. taken will end grippe misery and SMOCK WELLS break up a severe cold either in the head, chest, bodyor limbs. Mrs. Mary Smock, aged 49 and It promptly opens clogged-u- p nos twice married, and J. L. Wells, a trils and air passages; stops nasty widower of 57, were married at the discharge or ncse running; relieves court-hous- e by Judge James P. Baisick headache, dullness, feverishness, ley on the 22nd. Both hail from the sore throat, sneezing, soreness and Green River section. stiffness. Going Away? Lincoln County Hationaldank. "Corner Next To Court House." "Pape's Cold Compound" is the quickest, surest relief known and' costs only 25 cents at drug stores. It acts without assistance, tastes nice and causes no inconvenience. Don't 16-- 1 accept a substitute. Doctor Saves a Blacksmith Some time ago I was taken with Kidney trouble which caused me to erive ud 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 rec ommend it to anyone who suffers with their kidneys. When physicians fail to give relief and then prescribe Swamp-Roo- t, they sure know its merits. I am, Very truly yours, S. A. HALE. New York State of 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 Mtv Moriah Stanford, Kentucky. Capitol $100,000. Surplus $105,000. Resources $585,000 W. H. SHANKS, President. W. M. Bright, Cashier J. B. PAXTON, J. W. ROCHESTER, Asst. Cash Vice-Preside- nt - I OLDER BUT STRONGER To be healthy at seventy, prepare at forty, is sound advice, because in the strength of middle life we too often forget that neglected colds, or careless treatment of slight aches and pains, simply undermine strength and bring chronic weakness for later years. To be stronger when older, keep your blood pure and rich and active with the strength-buildin- g and properties of Scott's IJmulsion which is a food, a tonic and amedicine to keep your blood rich, alleviate rheumatism and avoid sickness. No alcohol in Scott's. blood-nourishi- ng Gov. Stanley, Attorney Gen. Logan and other extreme Administra-tionist- s, in the legislature, seem to-b-e trying in every possible way to sidetrack the rigid legislation which is proposed to close the saloons in Covington and Newport on Sunday. They are trying to beat the bills which the temperance forces led by Repreesnta-tiv- e Frank C. Greene, are endeavoring to pass, and to substitute bills which are acceptable to the liquor interests which own most of the saloons in those two cities. Cole L. Blease, who probably has done more to bring the Palmetto The editor of the Todd County Progress, Loving W. Gaines, failed One by one our battleships are belieutenant-governor- 's ing declared obsolete and are being to connect with the has been made office, but he placed in the discard list. The old town of Trenton of his ."bull of the navy." as the Oregon mavor of a home prize for the sort ' was called, is the last to go, and it' Anxra ncm sinco shfi excellent ,o v.,,- o riwas the pride of the greatest country the sun sets on. The Oregon SIMS MARTIN. cost around the $10,000,000 mark, Miss Nora Sims and 'James G.- - Marbut. her usefulness was too brief for tin, both-othe New Salem section of f such an outlay of money. This Prelat-ter-'s costs, and don't the county, were married at the paredness business home this week. The bride's you forget it. age is given at 45 and the groom's at 53. The present is his third matrimonial venture. "Cascarets" For a Fa-ar Entered at the pottojict at Stanford cUts mofl matte State into disrepute than any other man, announces that he will be a candidate for governor before the next democratic primary. It is just The Interior such "damphools" as Mr. Blease who make democratic victory uncertain Publisher and who cause democrats to hang S. M. Saufley. their heads in shame. A great pity $1 a Year When Paid in Advance; it is that the good State of South $1.50 When Paid at End of Year. Carolina has to carry the weight of such a pestiferous freak as Blease is. Scott & Bowne, Bloomfield, N. J. Journal at ueond XSi Mr. Albert Gerkey had the misfortune of having two of his fingers badly hurt by a cartridge exploding, but not seriously hurt his many friends are glad to know. Misses Nona and Vida Weddle, of Somerset are the attractive guests of Mrs. Joe Gerkey. Also Mr. Elmer .Weddle is visiting Messrs. Will and Albert Gerkey. Mfsses Viola Hiatt and Etta Dawes were pleasant callers of Miss Susie Gerkey of the' Green River section Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Young and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Young and pretty little daughter, Lucile, were pleasant visitors of Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Hiatt. Mr. Hiatt continues very ill. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Bastin sold a track of land to Mr. Hollie Warfield for a nice price. Mr. W. C. Young bought a horse from Mr. Walker for $100. Jim Young bought a milk cow from same party for $45. Mi Walter Warmath and bride have gone to Indiana, where they will make their future home. Mi. Hubert Lewis and bride have gone to housekeeping near Highland. Mrs. Annie Bastin was a pleasant caller at Mrs. B. D. Hiatt's Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Shell Reid and pretty sister, Miss Oretha- Warfield, were in Stanford shopping Tuesday. Mr. Joe Gerkey and family, Mrs. Maggie .Berry ana iamiiy were visitors of Mrs. James ReicTSunday. ' Mr. Will Gerkey will leave Saturday for Detroit. Somebody about Highland will feel awful lonesome. ' Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Bastin made a visit to Waynesburg the latter part of last week. Misses Bessie and Blanche Boone were callers of Miss Lillian Hiatt Sunday afternoon. Messrs. Ben and Charles Boone of Somerset came home to see their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Boone Sunday and went back Tuesday. ' Mr. C. L. Dawes is on the sick list. Mr. Wolford Lovell was on the hill Sunday afternoon eyeing some of rmr Trpffr frirln. Aunt"LiHzie Bastin continues, quit4 - If you are going away on business or a week-envisit to friends, you must have the necessary traveling luggage d Hand Bag, Suit Case Or A Trunk, a I 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. We Show Trunks at $3.50 to $10 in Regular Style or Steamer. Suit Cases and Bags that you will be proud to carry, in Raw Hide or Walrus, at $5 to $15. Sheep Skin imitation leather and paper cases at $1 to $3.50. See what we have before you go. Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y. j McRoberts & Bailey STANFORD PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS T. W. PENNINGTON, DENTIST Myers House Flats Stanford, Ky. Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 Prove What Swamp-Ro- ot Will Do For You Cold, Bad Breath ' Or Sick Headache! Best for Liver and Bowels, for Biliousness, Sour Stomach and Constipation. ROWLAND. Mrs. W. W. Stevens of Louisville, was the guest of her father, L. T. Hiatt made a flying trip to Stanford Tuesday afternoon. Smith last week. John Collier of Lexington, is the MANY PEOPLE DON'T KNOW. guest of his cuosin, Miss Roxie sick. t Mrs. J. W. Young was a pleasant caller of Mrs. J. M. Hiatt's and Mrs.i C. L. Dawes Tuesday afternoon. Misses Mary Anna and Alline Boone and Mr. Ben Boone had a pleasant evening at the home of Mrs, Joe. Gerkey Monday evening. Mrs. J. H. Boone and Mrs. J. M. Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y for a sample size bottle. It will cdnvince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information', telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure rnd mention the Stanford Interior Journal. Regular fifty-cesize bottles and for sale at all drug stores. nt one-doll- ar 13-4-5- -6 KENTUCKY .7 letters got in too late for this issue. Several interesting correspondence Call and investigate the merits and GRAY ENGINE SEE THIS ENGINE! price of the K. -- CENT-A-WOR- D ADS l Z. 7 1 . Mrs. unzaoetn oamaen is witn ner sister, airs, oane uuieiunu, wuu gestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable very ill at Ottenheim. of Shelby Headaches come from arpidiyer i Miss Emily Murphy, Miss Myrtle clogged bowels, whlcta&uie City, was the gest of and your stomach to become fflleawith Southerland Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Steward have undigested food, which sours and f er-- 1 returned from a five weeks visit to ments like garbage in a swill barrel. That's the first step to untold misery their daughter, Mrs. John Delaney, indigestion, foul gases, bad breath, bi roramouw, Bustei? . Pritchett has been very yellow skin, mental fears, everything ' dl with typhoid fever, but is that is horrible and nauseating. A what better, tonight will give your stipated bowels a thorough cleansing! .Little Arnold James has pneumo- and straighten you out by morning, nia. Mr. and Mrs. Will Perkins were the They work while you sleep a 10-- 1 cent box from your druggist will. guest oi iurs. narne uaugueii,y, t keep you feeling good for months Mason's Gati Sunday. Miss Marcia Smith and sister, Mrs. Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then to keep their W. W. Stevens, of Louisville, visited stomach, liver and bowels regulated, Mrs. Nannie Howell at Brodhead last and never know a miserable moment. week Don't,.forget the children their litMrs. Lena Holly, of Lebanon Junctle insides need a good, gentle cleans- tion, has been the recent guest of her 16-- 1 ing, too, mother, Mrs. S. E. Carter. . Get Furred Tongue, Bad Colds, a 10-ce- nt box now. Indi- - uu. some-Cascar- et J r 3-' i t Annual Clearance Sale. We will now give you one more chance to buy our Winter Goods at Cost, as we are making room for our Spring 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. i J. B. PERKINS A sluggish livef- - can cause a permisery. Spells son an awful lot of DENTIST Livery and Auto Service of dizziness, headaches, constipation Lincoln Bank Building Rooms 28-2signs that,! and biliousness are sure STANFORD, KY. Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and your liver needs help. Take. JJr-- L .FRESH carload of buggies open Phone 214. Buggies; Open Day and Night. King's New Life Pills and see how, ed up this weeK at w. n. juggins. Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a 16-- 1 they help tone up the whole system. Stop in and see them. Trial, We Will Please You. W. W. BURGIN .Fine for the stomach too. Aids diPhone 5. H. H. Carter, Manager. DENTIST gestion. Purifies the blood and, FINE JACK and high-grad- e CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky- Tuesdays and Wednesdays clears the complexion. Only 25c, at for sale. C. M. Back.. Huston-- , Mondays, at Crab Orchard' l your Druggist. '12-t- f . t . . -v ia S?le..Kv. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays Auto Bus Between at Stanford HARRIS CREEK. Office in Lincoln Bank. Buiding Mr. George Camden and Misses Danville and Stanford FOR SALE $550 Kurtzmann up Hettie and Nannie Rice have return- right piano, good as new, for safe at Daily Except Sunday ed home after a pleasant visit with low priee. Address Glenn Ricketts, Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) p relatives at Bryantsville. Nicholasville, Ky. HARRY JACOBS at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Mr. E. McCowan, of McKinney, Dealer In Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at and W. S. Benedict are building a 9:00 a. and 1:30 p. m. Fine Monumental Work Bundles and m.Packages Carried at FOR SALE. Handsome oak store at this place. We think they will go into business soon. Ky. large Moore's Airtight Heat- Cemetery Hill, Stanford, Low Charges Plowing seems to be the order of er; medium size Cole's Hot Blast Phone 164 Closed on Saturday O. L. MINKS, Proprietor the day just now. STANFORD, KY. 15-- 3 Mrs. W. S. Benedict spent Tues- Heater; bargains. T. A. Rice. day with Mrs. Jack Rice. Night Phone 186 CARD OF THANKS. Day Phone 95 Miss Allie M. Owens visited Mr. THE American Recital given by We desire to thank each and everyJNO. M. CASEY, D. V. M. and Mrs. Walter Clem at Morela.nd the Mozart Club Friday evening will one of the dear friends and relatives Saturday ana ounaay. Veterinary Surgeon Admission 25 and 15 who were so faithful and untiring Mrs. Jasper Gaddis spent Tues- be enjoyable. Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College in their efforts to assist and com15-- 2 cents. day with Mrs. G. L. GaJis. v (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) fort us during the sad illness and Mr. Logan Clem of White Oak" visOffice: Burton's Stable death of our precious son, Jesse. ited his sister, Mrs. Jack Rice re Kentucky May God's richest blessings ever atFOR SALE. An organ of the Lancaster, cently. tend each one is our prayer. OwsThe good people of this place con- Thiery, Milwaukee make a $52 orley Dunn and family. template building a new church. gan, will sell for $27; brand new. Livery and Hauling Rev. Shouse will preach here next Waynesburg, Ky., TO THE PUBLIC Saturday and. Sunday, the 26th and Ernest Iverson, Call phone 249 and let us send our 15-- 1 No. 1. R. I represent the largest and best 27th. motor truck for- your trunk, baggage clothing house in this Mr. Alvin Camden, of Beech or furniture. We have auto service bug- country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago horses, nice, Grove, Ind., will arrive Saturday to or safe STRAYED. From J. J. Durham's gies and carriages in our livery. Try 111. My experience In measuring and visit relatives and friends. McKinney, a tolerably large us and you'll be pleased. directing the making of your clothes, Torn Ashbacher and Eugene Rice place at crumgives me the advantage over one who MASTERS & BOWYER are rather frequent callers at Junc- red cow, with white spots and old. pled horns; about five years Kentucky is not a practical tailor. If you will City. tion Durham,' Stanford give me your order, 1 will promise Miss Allie Owens was in Danville Please notify Montgomery McKinney. you a square will the Saturday on a shopping trip. last AUCTIONEERING worth of yourdeal. You either get the money, in MISSISSIPPI black alfalfa land I can get you highest prices for your cheapest grades or the higher priced. The Germans ire making a great of drive to capture the French fortress for sale. Stock farms a specialty. land, stock,, crops or household goods. My SPRING and SUMMER line inVerdun and are said to have got- Two exceptional bargains. Registered JOHN B. DINW1DDIE, Moreland. samples is now ready for your of spection. Call and let me show you. ten within six miles of it. The Duroc-Jerse- y boar pigs Defender Sales Cried "Anywhere H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. Crown Prince is said to hae an army of 300,000 men and leading the of- and Professor strains $12.50 each. fensive which is the greatest at- Paul Finch, Crab Orchard, Ky. 12-- 8 tempted by any of the belligerents since last September. FOR SALE. Seed oats, orchard grass seed, baled Timothy, clover and and three alfalfa hay, four C. M'CIary mules, three young mares, fresh hornless Shorthorn bulls; some More-lan- d, Opposite the Court-Hous- e, Jersey cows. A. W. Carpenter, (Ads here arc cent a word each issue, cash with order; no ad. less than 25c each issue.) 9, J ,- WARNER'S Plumbing, Tinning and Heating. E. Main St. Phone 188 Stanford W. at i I 16-4- side-hoar- d; I. - made-to-ord- er up-to-d- J. T. D. Newland & Son, Ky. 16 ROBINSON'S TiS Office Undertaker Pkene 167 Stanford, Kentucky. FOR SALE. Pony 13 2 hands lady broke; scares at nothing; three years old; sorrel and good looker; brood mare by also Brook, out of mare by Ce Ashland P. ciUan Chief. Embalmer jack? William Bred to E.on Woods' J. H. Owsley, Home Phone 3S Woods' farm, Stanford, Ky., R. p. 1-three-year-old Have Barbed Wire, Wire Fence, Poultry Netting and Smooth Wire and Nails. Don't fail to call when you need any Nof these "or Phone No. 168. No. 2. 1Q-- W M The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February 25, 1916. Heard About Town BE SURE TO CONSULT OR WRITE THE OFFICERS OF; THE Don't Say "I wish I had known The store of Severance & Son is being very much improved by having the stairway to the first floor changed and numerous other alterations made. Messrs. B. F. and J. M. Sanders, of the Parlor Grove section, were in town early in th week on business. They recently moved to Lincoln from Wilmore and are greatly pleased in their new home. There is a Real Difference Cream of tartar, derived from grapes, is used" in Royal Baking" Powder because it is the best and most healthful ingredient known for the purpose. First National Bank, STANFORD,; JCV. ".'j -- The Island of Regen- - Before Opening Your Bank Account. They Will. Pay You Three Per Cent. Interest on time deposits, and three per cent Interest on Savings Accounts, and will Furnish you the money to run your business, granting such accommodations as are consistent with conservative and progressive banking. SAVING, LIKE SPENDING IS A HABIT-Habit That Always Brings Wealth A eraiion Was going to here." be Attorneys "Marshall Bullitt and Judge Alex P. Humphreys, of Louisville and Judge L. L. Walker, and Attorney J. E. Robinson, of Lancaster are here today to argue a motion in the big Robinson insurance case, before Judge Hardin. j Crit Smith, of McKinney, father of Oliver Smith, who was shot to death at McKinney lost summer, har been in town attending the trial ol young Alford who did the kililng. Mr. Smith is on crutches, his left foot having been broken by a horse falling on it a short time ago. M.. S. Baughman, agent for Lin coln and Garrard counties for thei Overland automobile received a. carload of machines this week, and will soon have something interesting te say to autoists in the I. J. Mr. Baughman received three cars, two Model 83s which sell at $695 and one Model 75 which pells, for $615. SEE IT Phosphate and alum, which are derived from mineral sources, are used in some baking powders, instead of cream of tartar, because they are cheaper. If you have been induced to use baking powders made from alum or phosphate, use jjloyal Baking Powder instead. You will be pleased with the results and the difference in the quality of the food. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York Tonight 10 and 20c can not be excelled by Chesterfield, Miss Mary Tracy, the only lad; - and lawyer in this judicial district, am" Mrs. Mary and is a regular handy man, especialMr. John Wells among the fair sex. at the same time official stenographei Mary Smock surprised their many ly G. MIMBaiMMIIMliMiilJMM.MialMMll Mr- - and Mrs. Will Riffe were the D. Boone bought a cow from-W- . guests of Mrs. Jesse Stagg Sunday. of the Lincoln circuit Gourr, has beer friends by driving over to Stanford H. Boone at 5 2 cents, and 25 Miss Margaret Warren, who is married. Mrs. E. G- - Hamptov of Legation here this week taking the testimon last Tuesday and getting of a host hogs at 6 2 cents, and also bought; teaching at Columbus, O., spent the in the Alford Junction, is here with Mr. and Mrs. very popular trial. Miss Tracey il They have the best wishes 26 hogs from a German at the same 22nd wth the homefolks here. with lawyers and liti- of friends. price. Mrs. W. P. Givens and Mrs. Estelle A. C. Sine. Thomas Denham, of this place had Social Calendar. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clark and little gants alike and is one of the most Walker, of Shelby City, were guests competent and obliging official re- a narrow escape from death Tuesdaughter, Martha, leave today for porters Feb. 25. 8:00 p. m., American oi uiss ceiie uenney. HUBBLE. in the state. day when his wagon with two saw Miss Emily Murphy, of Junction their new home near Millersburg. Recital by Mozart Club. logs on it turned over and caught Mr. B. W. Givens has been veryr Miss Amanda Goggin, of Louisville March 1 The Woman's Club will City, is the guest of friends and rel- came Friday Deputy Sheriff Dr. under for a visit to her ne- was in Frankfort, Frank Weatherford himMcKinneythem. called J. B. Smith, sick for several days. and Crafts display at atives here. have its Arts late last week, and of was at once and Mrs. Lindsey Rankin is also on the Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wray and chil- phew, Dr. T. W. Pennington and made hnal settlement with the Audi- found that luckily no bones were the Graded school auditorium. sick list. family. dren, of Danville,' were the midMarch 1 Young Ladies Sewing week guests Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Ping have reA. W. Carpenter, of near More-lan- tor .of Public Accounts for the broken. Mr. Denham is confined to of Mrs. I. M. Bruce. Circle will meet with Miss Gertrude returned Thursday evening State's share of taxes collected in his bed and is in a serious condition. turned from a two weeks' visit in Mrs. Ed Wilkinson returned Lincoln county. Mr. Weatherford Wilkinson. The stork visited the home of Mr. Pulaski county. Thursday from a visit to her sister, "from Tampa and other points in had his books in fine shape and made 3Ir. Charley Beck bought a pair of and Mrs. Willie Bastin and left them Florida, where he and Mrs. Carpen- prompt and satisfactory Mrs. A. B. Dillion ac Crab Orchard. settlement a little girl. She has been named horse mules from B. Miss Margaret Warren, of Colum- ter have been spending several with the state officer to whom he Mrs. Lillie Holtzclaw is visiting her W. Givens for $275. Lee Nora. weeks. Mrs. Carpenter remained on Ohio, spent Washington's sister, Mrs. Will Rigney at Huston-vill- e. bus, turned over the money. Mr. T. Roberts sold S. B. Sanfor a longer visit to their daughter, court met here late last The fiscal birthday with her homefolks here. Oscar and Luther Mason and Er- ders 50J.barrels of corn at $4.00 per week and Mrs. Mark Collis and "family. Mrs. W. E. Davis and little daughnest Denham left last Sunday for Mrs. W. D. Welburn is visiting her Mrs. M. D. Irvine, of Danville, Mrs. settled with the sheriff for the coun- Middlotown, Ohio in search of work. barrel. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pruitt ter, are in Gravel Switch, the guests ty's share of the taxes. A full statelast week Will Smock and family moved 50 Mike Rogers delivered to Wilson of her brother-in-laR. H. Dever. J. B. Edwards, of Perryville, Miss ment of the sheriff's settlement is at Moreland. barrels corn he sold Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pence and lit- Mary Lapsley, of McAfee, Miss Rose given- - in another column. from this place to Highland. He will Alexander last fall at, ?3.00 per bar-re-l. Mrs. Margaret Curren Parks and work for Mr. Ross. son, Leon, of Perryville, who have tle son. Thomas Tucker, left Wed Yeiser, of Danville and Miss Estelle been the guests of Mr. J. R. Powell nesday to attend the automobile Walker, of Paint Lick, attended a J. M. Durham and family, of McHoffman went over meeting of the Transylvania Presby- Kinney moved in the house that Mr. to Rev. G. W.Monday. and family, returned to their home show at Louisville. Lexington Mayme Sineleton. who has tenal board here Wednesday and Sunday. Miss Smock vacated. Sallie Hoffman gave the boys been attending Richmond Normal were entertained by local PresbyteriThe whooping cough and mumps of Mrs. Sunday school class a lecture the school, is at home for a visit to her an ladies. are all the go at Jumbo. Sunday mornon homefolks. John Denham is at home from ing.the cigarette habit A Boon to Those Who Have Started LudlOw where he has been working. A GREAT PICTURE TONIGHT. Rev. D. M. Walker, of the ChrisPat Davis Rankin has been very One of the finest pictures ever Down the Hill of Life. Mrs. Sarah Hubble is able to be sick tian Church was in Wildie and Crab for a week or two but is gettng out again after a severe spell of' Orchard this week, delivering a mis- shown at the Stanford opera house ud now. sionary stereopticon lecture. will be exhibited tonight. It is "The rheumatism. Lige Anderson is going to So and the some many of us have been seeking is Misses Mary and Ella Wayne, of Island of Regeneration," Miss Mary to make his home this spring. really efficient remedy to give a week's stay Terry her at home after grandmother, Danville, returned home after a story was written by Rev. Cyrus to our old Joe Brummett moved to this neigh who are treading in who has been with folks sick. week's visit to their sister, Mrs. John Townsend Brady. The I. J. ran the the long shadows of life. That remfrom Stanford last week. story as a serial several years ago, edy must Mrs. W. H. Terry visited Mrs. C. borhoodG. W. Hoffman andTris mothZ. Spoonamore. Rev. contain the proper tonic C. Terry Monday. pleased everyone. The writer H. Eoutenberg, a well known .mer- and it visiting in the neighborhood Mr. and. Mrs. Will Denham, of er, went last week, when they got chant of McKinney, took a train here saw the picture during, the jast sum- - qualities w revjrauze sluggish one day and the blood. rmery and'itj isva magnificent produc- McKinney, were up to see his brother home they found a large ham in the early ,. to London. v T3on ana noias a neart interest, irpm ,is That something has been found. It Thomas, who. was hurt. buggy. Tanlac. T. C. Livingston is on the sick bottom of the Mr. anoT Mrs. J. R. Young have re- start to finish. Manager Foster is W. P. Weaver and wife spent Sunis cowardly to let debilitv saD list this week. It turned from Highland where they planning to give the first installmen Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Weaver. J. W. Baugh has sold hisiplace and day with visited. Mr. Young's father, who is next Friday night, March 3, of "The away the life and comforts wheYi it can be stayed. A condition of debil-t- y will move wth his family to Lee Iron Claw," which is said by experts much improved. never wears itself "out. Instead, county. O. G. Speake went, to Lancaster to be one of the greatest moving picWalter Baugh. who has been sick on business early in the week. He ture serials ever produced. The I. J. it gradually grows more pronounced will return to his new home in Kan- plans to run the story of the play unless proper measures to check it for a long time, is no better. There are more huckster wagons simultaneously with' the production are taken. It gathers force and noursas next week. Miss Elizabeth Pickett, of Lexing- here. This is a great, big picture ishes itself upon the tissues of the and stores in this community than I ton, who has been visiting her sister, and it was only by getting on the body. To build up those tissues is to there are customers. This is a subject that has a place ..in all .. .- . ji-.iir Mrs. William Severance returned to ground floor that Mr. JPoster was fight debility. minus u. ui tunes, Ana it naturally ul- Characteristic conditions of debilable to secure the right to show it her home Wednesday, recta thought as fartfea Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pence, C. E. here at the same time it is being re- ity, both in old and young are nercomfort of the mother vousness, headaches, backaches, deAndy Adams and family and J. L. during that wonderful Tate,, and Miss Sue Taylor Engle-ma- n leased for the big cities and before .period of expectancy. are in Louisville taking in the most small town obtain it. Manager pression of spirits, loss of appetite, Kidd and family have moved to RiMothers who know recley, with the intention of staying Foster is always on the job looking sleeplessness, and a general automobile show. feeling, that, comes from lack there this summer to work on the ommend "Mot&er's Misses Margaret and Ruth- Beck, for the best in the market for his pa- -. Friend." It fa an' cx. of (energy. R. R. section. of McKinney, who have been visit- - trons. temal remedy for the Tanlac is designed to combat these The stork has invaded this neighing their sister, Mrs. Davis, at Som stretching muscles, enin many ways. It is a borhood and the number of juniors conditions erset returned to their home Friday. ables them to expand splendid tonic and tissue builder with it has left with various families, it without undue strain, William Grimes and R. M. New-lan- d William Matheny, Jr., has been ill just the right amount of proteids. It seems that they have grasped the assists the organs to were in Lexington the middle crowd against nerves', ; .quiets nerves.andbringsback rest- - Wilson policy, of "Prepare for war part of this week attending the Mu- wth 'tonsilitis. to pull at ligaments .Mrs."W. 0. Watts is suffering With fnl ' daan ittTiTVi tc Mnfnva'o fl.o4- nZA in time of peace." tual Life Insurance Co. banquet. to avoid rmln. to the debilitated. It corrects stomrheumatism. moved to the "Andy Thus restful davs arcthus A. L. Kidd has Mrs. H. M. Brooks assured, ncaceful and little ach troubles and there, in nine Adams property lately vacated by nights aro experienced, morning sickness, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rambo is visdaughter, Dorothy May and Mrs. R. apprehension headache, and other disMasterson, of Lebanon, are the iting their daughter, Mrs. T. D. Wil- cases out, of ten, you have the seat him. of a nervous, debilitating ailment. guests of their brother, Mr. Emmett liams "aCHighlancL, Bryant Dishon, of Latonia, spent tresses are among the YarIou3 thinsa "which i With the body recharged with vig- a few days- here last week visiting women, everywhere relate they entirely esMiss Tttaggie DeBorde spent Sun-da- v Cabell. caped by using "Mother's Friend. And by with" her mother, Mrs. Martha or, 'that detested, despondent feeling remtiyes in this section. Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartley left its effect upon the muscles the form is repasses away so quickly you are asDeBorde; " Wednesday for Louisville where she Mrs. Jane is 88 tained and they return their tonished and mighty regretful that years old, hasColeman, who to her smooth contour after baby to born. natural; Mr. W. S. Cash bought a mare will visit W. B. McRoberts and famis been confined ily. From there she will go to from Mr. Sam Vanhook at-- a fancy you didn't start out to fight it long bed with grip, but is better at this Get a bottle of this invaluable aid to expectant mothers. Any druggist will supp'v you. before. Crawfordsville where she will visit price. It is harmless but wonderfully effective' Tanlac may be obtained in Stan . writing. Mrs. Oscar Vanhook spent Mon- fytxrl her aunts. , J. Manuel, who has been quite sick Write to Bradfleld Regulator Co- - 413 L& . r T T. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Salin, former- day with her sister, Mrs. Clarence ten days-i- s able mar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga- - for a specially writ, j-ly of Stanford, have gone to Middles-bor- o Rambo. ten guide book for women interested in the With at cool breex felowing storp, where its great popularity is subject Mrs. J. W. Stephenson, of Lebanon to make their home, and order O. C. Boone is T. ,rat,0n of maternity. It will prove an inspi-in U contains information that and a sparkling tun overhead. their I. J. changed to that point. Junction, was here Tuesday with his being better shown every day. 16-- 1 WWtX btore at, oJ fori woman should know all about. Write tedavt They have heen at their old home in nnrents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Stephen- Jumbo manners, courtesy and politeness, Personal and Social 1-- 1-- d, three-year-o- ld w, " Old Folks Find A Cheery Friend or-.ga'- ns his-week, fora-busmeSstrIp' - What is Home Without m Heir! ? Davis Store Egjfa good-for-nothi- First - I Maywood. Showing . -- - For Spring - - mm''ss 4- - . !rask nlJi&, Nothing less than a new soft hat will do to greet the day- You'll .like oar display for spring. Every man who has seen them is enthusiastic. Hats from everywhere that good ones are made. "National $1.50 to $3.00 Star Hats Keith Hats Stetson's $2.00 to $3.00 $3.00 $3.50 to $4.00 jOwenton since leaving here. It is son. Mrs. Lizzie Jones continues very understood that Mr Salin has accepted a business position in the Magic ill. Mr. Albert Zwahlen, of Louisville City! is with his parents at Halt's Gap. Mr. App Taylor, t,ur clever section foreman, is on the sick list There Girls! Draw a Moist will be prayer meeting at Mr. W. 0. on Wednesday, nights. EveryCloth Through Hair, Watts invited. body Double Its Beauty! Mr. R. F. Campbell's hand is improving nicely. Mr. T. D. Brummett, of "Stanford, Try This! Hair Gets Thick, Glossy, was here Wednesday. Wavy and Beautiful Dr. Watkins has been very sick. At Once. i First Showing Ladies' Spring Garments In Stanford. Ourfirst stock has arrived of SPRING STYLES in Ladies' Suits, all colors, Ladies' Spring Coats, Chinchilla and other stylish models. New shapes of pearl, brown, blue and green, conservative or as "smart" as you choose. Newest shades in Jockey Caps 50c to $1.50 Remember we have the reputation for showing the new styles first. PHILLIPS AND PHILLIPS STANFORD'S BEST STORE ' comes light, wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears as soft, lustrous and beautiful as a young girl's after a Danderine hair cleanse. Just try this moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully draw it thru your hair, taking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt of excessive oil, and in just a few moments you have doubled the beautv of vniir hmV A H. Jightful 'surprise awaits those whose nair nas oeen neglected or is scraggy, faded, dry, brittle or thin. Besides beautifying the Jiair, Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, purifies and invigorates the scalp, forever stopping itching and falling hair,, but what will please you most will be after a few week's use, when .you 'see new' hair-Mi'and downy at first yes but really new hair groyring all, over the-scalIf you care for pretty, soft miir, and lots of it surely get a nt bottle ofrKnowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter and just try it. 16-- 1 ne p. that's the joy of it.. Your hair Immediate ? Yes! Certain ? be- The Mozart Club will give a recital in the school auditorium tonight, beginning at seven-thirtMiss Ruth Darnell was not at school Monday and Miss Mayme Singleton taught in her place. . Rev. J. A. Trostle, of Salvisa, who is well known here, where he formerly resided, will preach the Baccalaureate sermon to the Senior class this y. High School News Ladies' Corduroy Suits, Ladies' Silk Waists and in other stylish materials. Ladies' Silk Caps and Hosiery. All at prices lower than the lowest. Dr. A. S. McKenzie, Dean of the Graduate School oi State University' of Kentucky, author- - of. "Evolution of Literature," and "Mackenzie's History of English. .Literature," will deliver the Commencement address to this year's gradauting class on Wednesday evening, May 24. The present Senior class are studying Mackenzie's History and it will be especially interesting for them to year on May 21. has-therno- st Come in and make your selection before they are picked over. Winter Garments, still Below Cost. Spend your dollar where it cents. 25-ce- The programfof Chapel exercises y was: Piano Solo, Effie Ware; Reading, "Our Country,". Jas. Engleman; Piano" Solo, Margaret. Davison; Reading "At. Sunset," Gerlast-Frida- hear, him. Salem A Salem trude Gaiuas. IhetSarg am Store I - Salem Sl - v CN Page Six The Interior Journal, Sec. 1. Stanford,-Kentucky- : Friday, February 25, 1916. Hustonville George W. Frye, of Hartwell, Casey county, was here Tuesday on a business trip and called on his brother, A. M. Frye, of Riffetown. Mrs. F. M. Ware and daughter, of McKinney, was here Tuesday evening on a business visit to our city. Calvin Jeffers of Casey county, is said to be dangerously ill of pneumonia and not expected to survive. Ad Bolin and wife, who left for Illinois to make their future home, a few weeks ago, returned Tuesday thoroughly convinced that Kentucky is the best place on God's green Valuable Health Hints ' CATARRH Just because you hawk and apit and your nose is wet, cold, red, sore and a nuisance, don't merely plug it up. You can't cure catarrh by greasing your nose. Take S. S. S. regularly and you will drive catarrhal poisons out of your blood. The membranes will soon recover and no longer con- to accumulate the mucous that and thickens into catarrh, S. S. S. stimulates the cells or the tis- sues to select from the blood their own .!-- For Our Readers out, but have- no medical value. Ec- zema, tetter, acne and all such erup- tive diseases should be treated with S. S. S. -- POISONED BLOOD, So many different things contribute to poison the blood and the effect is so startling that the sufferer becomese and is led to use harm-tinuful drugs. If you have any blood ble, get a bottle of S. S. S. and take accoramg to directions, Don' taJja anything else, Poisoned essential nutriment, napiu recovery oioou is ouu enougu wuiiom from catarrhal inflamation in the stonl- - your bOnes, joints, teeth ana vuajf ach. kidnev. . bladr'er and all mem- - with minerals.. S. S. & so stimylateji . ah ii..i tUttL lUBY CtillUliU HtllVlLV it.i it...-- ItUtSUL till. uruiiL'H ih rno rociiir MALARIA. Poisonous influences and select only 7. Throughout the country, wherever thdse materials In the iploodthat .make its aSBisf malaria abounds, are happy, joyful healthy tissue. This is, why uuuv;caure neonie to whom s. s. s. nas given won- - anw iuywuu levuvery is. su derful help in the treatment of mala- nnri at tlms vomnrkahle. the weakest S. S. S. is welcome t6 ria after the most sickening torture stomach and is assimilated Just as imaginable. The gaunt complexion of malaria's readily as the most nutritious food. It victims, the chills and fever, the ma- has helped to cure a host of sufferers. RHEUMATISM. larial dysentery that seems to defy all In any form of rheumatism give the other treatment, the malarial leg, the enlarged liver, the persistent anemia blood a good effectual cleansing with where the blood turns to water and S. S. S Use this remedv for three days and the system wastes away. These are the conditions that S. S. S. so effectu- take a hot salt water bath to open the ally asissts in overcoming, by helping pores. This relieves the lungs and to restore the blood to its natural vigor. kidnevK and assists S. S. S. to utilize the skin as the principal avenue of STUBBORN SORES SnmpHmps n sore snot becomes indo- - elimination. dras-tonlent The tissues surrounding it lose- Avoid salts, calomel and other mois-cie-e and are unable to provide suffi- tic purgatives, as they absorb the nutriment to stop the drain. It ture from the walls and membranes of is then chronic. Just saturate your the intestines, weaken the muscular blood with S. S. S. This is quickly action, produce chronic constipation accomblished. as S. S. S. is naturally and thus stagnate the system with SESlmllated 'the same as milk or any rheumatlo poisons. Get a Dottie or i.-. Don t S. S. S. at !& drug store. other hejUkiul liquid. ntiivA smc with Trtnrvpimis rnmnitv taKe a suDRTitute. 8, S. S. is purely vegetable and Is when given the proper assistance, aim S. S. S. so stimulfltps cellular activity prepared! only by the Swif L Sneciflo .thai the para iirrovindmg ail ulcer se- - Co., 2 swnt BIG., Atlanta. Ga. Write lect rrOnfthn bloodtlifc J13teriajs that for Special booklet on any of the dis maftft new tissue. Thus the sore spot eases mentioned and If medical advice Wffirilir Vipnls in a natural Wav. is wanted, write for that also to ad- f npfil finnHeatiohs for ahv skin dls- -- dress eiven above. Both booklet and ease will afford protection from with- medical advice are free. panic-stricken trou-gathers - y Miss Kate Warriner arrived home For Ordinary Grip ; Tuesday from Liberty, where she had For All Catarrhal Conditions; been for several days on a visit to For Prevention of Colds. relatitves. Aunt Priscilla Drye has about recovered from her fall of a few days ago and is getting along nicely now. C. W. Adams and John B. Riffe For the Convalescent; left Tuesday morning for Burnside, for a few days' fishing at Lock 21, For that Irregular Appetite; on the Cumberland River. For Weakened Digestion. James Cloyd, of Powers, Casey county, was here Tuesday. N. D. Snow, of Waynesburg, was --here this week among relatives. John Spears sold his farm to Dr. el. O. S. Williams, who in turn sold a Orchard Chappels Gp. Crab What Family Medicine Do You Use? interest to From Crab Orchard city limits to half move to sameEd Buchanan, who will the first of March. Does the family medicine yon now uie keep Peruna keeps the bowels regular without end of road. 100 yards gravel. producing 3 physic action. the bonds regular? William Gaddis, of near Liberty, Robinson. died Sunday of a short illness of Ifocs ocr family medicine cure coMi? Peruna is one oi the best cold remedies or. Branch pike From Stanford-Rus- h the market. was buried Sunday pike. 20 yards pneumonia and was one to Danville-Lancastafternoon. He of the best Uocsyour family medicine (top a winter or Peruna can be relied npon to stop cough in gravel. olj or )Oung. turamcr cough? judges of timber in that section. Hustonville Coffey's Mill Docs year family medicine increase the W. Green, of Lexington, arrivP. Peruna has no superior cs a tonic for th appetite and stimulate digestion? appetite and digestion. Sec. 1. From Hustonville city ed here Tuesday for a visit -- among 200 yards relatives ana mends. Jtie will also limits. t Jonn Burton's. go to Casey for a visit to relatives, gravel. THE PERUNA COMPANY, COLUMBUS, OHIO Sec. 2. From John mu" ii' Mack Peavyhouse burned anj sowa Thoso who object to liquid medicine c will find Peruna Tablets 100 yards stone. large tobacco bed Monday. B. ed a Mt. Salem. desirable for Catarrhal Conditions. Rinker will also put in a crop on the Danville. Hustonville Sec. 1. From Hustonville city land of E, McCormack, located near limits to Carters dirt road. 100 the rift limifc. County Road Engineer McKee j yards gravel. J best girl. Sec. 2. rrom Carters dirt roaa Kitte was here Monday evening with racers. attended county court Harris' Creek. 600 yards stone. the county s large road truck, gathUriah Dunn to Tom Crawford, out on the Liberty Hustonville-Danvill- e pike. Sec. 3. From Harris' Creek to ering up lumber for bridges be- pike purchased of jfosiah Bishop a at Somerset Monday. He was interNotice to Contractors. Creek to gravel. 50 yards Boyle county line. 100 yards stone. tween here and Stanford. mare ested in some horse trades. pair of coming The Road Bond issue is getting mules for $300. John Lutes of Turnersville, was S tan ford P reachers ville. McKinney. Hustonville Bids will be received at the County Orchhere Sunday evening to see some of Sec. 1 From. Stanford-Cra- b Mill pike more popular each day. Since the From Hustonville-Coffey'- s Josiah Bishop purchased of Boney our local stock traders. Clerk's office at Stanford, Ky., until pike to Wilkinson's branch. 25 to McKinney-Coffey'- s 25 effort for an election was turned Brown a fancy Mill pike. Jersey twelve o'clock noon Friday, March ard down last court, new petitions will a, Restus Floyd and wife, of milk cow last week for $45. 10th, 1916 for the metal for the va- yards stone.From Wilkinson's branch yards gravel. be started immediately and the call was here last week visiting: Sec. 2. W. P. Carson on the Middleburg Hustonville Carpenter's Creek rious pikes described below. Bids to Crab Orchard-Lancastwill be made to the county court in pike. 50 parents, J. H. Floyd, on Stanford Sec. 1. From Hustonville city March, for an election to be held pike, sold to Josiah Bishop, 10 head his must be sealed and plainly marked yards stone. pike. hogs at 6 cents. to bridge at Mrs. William's. 60 days after, filing of the petition. of limits contracts will "TURNPIKE BID.' Mrs. J. O. Carpenter and son, late Stanford Crab Orchard! W. went 300 yards stone. be let to the lowest responsible bidQuite a number of mules and Casey D. NaveTuesday to Jacktown, of Danville, but now located at JuncSec. 1. From Stanford city limits county 2. From bridge at Mrs. Wil- horses from this section were taken on a trading Sec. der, who shall furnish satisfactory tion City, are visiting her father, dirt road. liams' to Casey county line. 300 to Danville court Monday, but ow- expedition. security in amount of the contract. to Baughman-Carpentre- State aid. Quite a number from here ex- Judge Wells, of Wise, Va. Mr. Carstone. yards The Court reserves the right to ing to the dullness of the market, penter has recently moved, to JuncSec. 2. From Baughman-Caroen-tMcKinney-Coff- ey's Mill. ject any or all bids. Contractor shall most all of them were brought back. pected to attend the sale of the late tion City, so as to be convenient to Thompson-Gaine- s dirt road to Yowell, on the 2."rd, but the Sec. 1. From McKinney City limto be machine or state if stone is As our people are getting awful Hardin his electric light business, which aid. its to J. S. Mobley's. 100 yards tired of bad roads and are getting rainy weather backed them out. hand broken. Stone must be of good gate. State From Thompson-Gaine- s a flourishing business there. Sec. 3. y will pass Bros., bought of Mr. stone. Allen quality, and of size that better acquainted with the nature of Mr. Ed Hughes, of Garrard county ring. Gravel must gate to Ft. Whitley dirt road. State Sec. 2. From J. S. Mobley's to a bond issue, there seems to be a bet of Adair county, 18 head of thru a two-inc- h was here on the , 15th to , look , after M'fc. Salem. 300 yards stone. , w tbe coarse, hard and flinty, free from aid. ter feeling among them for better W.WW.W M. Back bought e nn.e registered jjuroc Drooa sows Sec. 4. From Ft Whitley dirt C. Sec. 3. From Mt. Salem to Casey roads and a better road system, and of Allen Bros. soil or trash. The one to whom the cattle at 7 ! nd gilts he recently purchased of contract is awarded shall within ten road to Crab Orchard city limits. county line. 100 yards stone. now a great many who were opposed eight head of Eugene Dunn at the Spears sale. " McKinney Turnersville. 2 cents days make bond for faithful per- State aid. to are George Florence and Dr. R. L. Stanford-Hustonvilpike to an the bond issue vote clamoring for Bros, sold to D. Jarman two Ottenheim. amount equal to Allen Stanford From formance of work in opportunity to for it. Davison, of Stanford, two wheel- 100 yards .oivoe nf- ai k nniofp McKinney city limits. Sec. 1. From Stanford-Somersamount of contract. Bond to be apThe Harrodsburg Ice and Produce McCormack & Co., bought of Al horses in the republican ranks, were proved by County Judge. All work pike to J. G. Lynn's. 50 yard's grav- gravel. Co., have opened up a branch house McKinney South Fork hogs at 7 in this city last wee's on their way len Bros., 14 must be completed on or before Oc- el. here at the Carpenter livery barn, cents. to Casey county to look after things 2. From, J. G. Lynn's to 1. From Stanford-HustonvilSec. Sec. tober 15th, 1916. Contractors shall doing a business. pike to McKinney city limits. and are J. Byrne &ood begin work when notified, and con- Boone's gate. 40 yards gravel. W. D. Nave sold McCormack & politically. Dr. J. of Cincinnati, has Co., Sec. 3. From Boone's gate to pound 100 yards gravel. at tinue until completed. Working one been here this week fitting glasses 7 - 81 head of 135wpvp fprlhogs trip nt; ?pnrs. Tripw 60 yards gravel. Sec. 2. From McKinney city .for those in need of such and will day on the road when there is nothStanford Dix River. ing to do elsewhere then off for a limits to end of road. 75yards grav- leave for Lancaster next Monday. He Eva Lyon's farm on the Middleburg ( Or- el. Sec. 1. From Stanford-Cra- b week will not be tolerated. All methas done a great deal of good to a pine, xney were smppea xo uincm-na- ti market Saturday. al will be measured by Engineer, chard pike to Hayden's Switch. 35 Turnersville McCormack's Church. number who have been afflicted with Use 'Gets-I- t' Sec. 1. From Stanford-HustonvilThe following names were omitted either in the heap or on the road. yards stone. bad eyes. Sec. 2. From Hayden's Switch to pike to Hanging Fork creek. 30 Let it be distinctly understood now Attorney Clay Godby of Liberty, from the list who attended the Mathat a County Engineer is expected Traylor's lane. 75 yards gravel. to yards gravel. was here Tuesday morning on way sonic banquet in this city last week: Sec. 3. From Traylor's lane to know how to measure stone and Sec. 2. From Hanging Fork creek to visit his father, Ephriam Godby Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Metzger, of Dan30 pike. gravel, and he alone will attend to Garrard county line. 60 yards stone. to ville and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ad- Itb the New Plan, Simple. Sure as on the Danville pike. Stanford Lancaster. part of the work. If a contracgravel. yards that A number of new lock boxes were ams of Hustonville. Fate. Applied in a Few Seconds. Sec. 1. From Stanford City lim tor is not satisfied with the measure, Little Carroll McCormack, of DanSec. 3. From atanioru-iuiueage-vilpost office this week for Lick pike added to the "Why, John, I never knew you to ville came over Friday and stayed unpike to Stanford-Kno- b there is only one recourse, remeas-ur- its to Logan's lane. 200 yards stone. the accommodation of those that I've told you No one may measure, only an Sec. 2. From Logan's lane to 30 yards gravel. til Sunday night, on a visit to Jiis use such language! use to try those were in want of such boxes. several times it's no experienced Engineer. Also, you may Garrard county line. 100 yards Danville Lancaster grandparents. bandages, salves, tapes, plasters, and. A large hemp crop would no doubt expect to forfeit your bond if the stone. Sec. 1. From Dix river bridge to be sown in this section if the seed J. W. Hoskins was again called to work is delayed until after October Stanford Rowland. Robinson pike. 100 yards stone. could be procured without the far- the bedside of his aged father-in-lafifteenth. I propose to prosecute From Stanford city limits to StanforSec. 2. From Robinson's pike to mers having to bind themselves to at Merrimack, Taylor county. any one neglecting to have his' con- d-Crab Orchard pike at Rowland. Hanging Fork creek bridge. 50 yards sell their crops to said parties Miss Eugenia Dunn was a business 25 yards gravel. tract in on time. stone. visitor last Friday. James Camden, of Kidd's Store, Stanford Somerset Stanford Danville. Lincoln Boyle. S. A. Walker was at Stanford last sold W. D. Nave 23 shoats, averaging Stanford-city limSec. 1 From Stanford city limSec. 1. From Stanford Friday on business. From Boyle county line near 108 pounds, at 6 cents, and delivered pike to Boyle county them Tuesday morning. its to Mrs. White's. State aid. its to Ottenheim pike. 140 yards Danville Bowman Myers, of Transylvania 25 Sec. 2 From Mrs. White's to the stone. University at Lexington, was at home line near Buck Baughman's. The post office and R. F. D. carBoyle county line. State aid. Sec. 2. From Ottenheim pike to yards gravel. riers observed the 22nd and some of with parents from Friday until Mon60 yards stone. Maywood dirt road. Stanford Rush Branch Bidders may bid to spread metal along the rural routes day. Sec. 1 From Stanford-LancastSec. 3. From Maywood dirt road on road or to put on margin of road the patrons bad humor, not knowing Sidney Brown, our city marshal, in a were pike to Rush Branch creek. 20 yards to Carter's store. 30 yards gravel. in heap. All metal must be in large why the mail wasn't delivered. was at Stanford Saturday on a busi- Sec. 4. From Carter's store to smooth heaps so it may be measured stone. Messrs, W. G. Cowan, Eugene Sec. 2. From Rush Branch Creek Hutchinson's school house. 30 yards accurately. Metal to be spread where Mrs. Kate McKinney celebrated Punn and George D. Weatherford, to Hubble, 30 yards stone. stone. designated by Engineer. her 74th birthday Saturday the 19th. motored to Danville Monday. Sec. o.- - From Hutchinson s school pass5taniordVKnob Lick J. L. McKEE KIFFE, Warrants were sworn out here ed Hardin Downingof Danville, routo "it! to Butt's store,, 85 yards Sec, 1 . From -Stanf . house Co. Road Engineer. throueh here Saturday en w Monday against Clel McAnninch, of ron ureeK, stone. !iQ P1Ke vu where his father- - Yon Wouldn't Lose Tour Temper, John. to Bradfordsville Hsng for Those Corns 1" 55 varris stone: William Robards, was buried U You Used 'Gets-It- " 4See. 6. From Butt's St6re to CRYING FOR HELP! Hanging Pork Creek King's Mountain pike. ioo yards Sec. 2 From contraptions for corns. Here's soma the influence of liquor, he came Sunday, it's just pike. 25 stone. to Hustonville-Danvill- e Joe Will Rout of Moreland, was Gets-- It and clean wonderful, how easy, it makes any corn clear Kiner's Mountain Lots of It In Stanford, But Daily here Tuesday and compromised the in town Saturday evening. 7 Twim yards gravel. Sec. come right off. Takes but a few seccase without any trial, wmen naa Growing Less. Neeley's Gap, onds to apply. It dries at once. Put ike to King's Mountain dirt road. William Jones, Stanford Milledgeville been set for Saturday. There are a was here Saturday. of it, your sock on right over up. there's 30 yards gravel. Sec. 1 From Stanford-Huston-vilform a to stick or roll number of others who will also catch The kidneys often cry for help. Sec. 8. From King's Mountain H. Burton, who has been nothing of your toe, or press on the Creek. pike to Hanging Fork Arthur organ in the whole it if they don't look out. B. Honaker making his home in Oklahoma, ar- bundle It's painless, simple as rolling 100 yards Not another corn. dirt road to Waynesburg. 35 yards gravel. S. A. Walker and J. log. Now put away those knives., body more delicately constructed; Sec. 2. From Hanging Fork gravel. Monday and at- rived home last week and will farm oft a and scissors, use 'Ge.ts-- It and to Danville razors important to health. motored county court. Not one more this year with his father and brother you'll have a sweeter disposition and tended The kidneys are the filters of the out on the Middleburg no more corns and calluses.' everyS. C. Young died at Danville Sun- on their farm "Gets-lt- " is sold by druggists blood. pike. .. by bottle, or sent was taken through here When they fail the blood becomes day and to Ellisburg, where he was Howard Williams, assistant where. 25c, a & Co., Chicago, direct Mr. 111. E. Lawrence Monday Frankfort, was foul and poisonous. in Stanford and recommendHe was 75 years of age, bridge engineer, of There can be no health where buried.resulting from a complication here Saturday morning making a ed Sold the world's best corn remedy, as death survey of the proposed bridge at the by the Lincoln Pharmacy. there is poisoned blood. diseases. uacKacne is one oi uie ireijucm. of A young son of Cyrus Robards crossing in the west end of town. indications of kidney trouble. Archie Rigney, son of W. H. Rig- unexpectedly. His is often the kidneys' cry for died Sunday very a visit when death .v.t ;c. oMa tn cot nn enrnp after a It THEOLD RELIABLE' narents were on help. Heed it. very severe attack of rheumatism for came. Read what Doan's Kidney Puis High Bluff, quite a while. of Liberty, came up W. D. have done for overworked kidneys. was here Stagg, Sr., of with relaJesse Austin, Monday night Read what Doan's have done for Sunday to spend the day with his ' tives. Mrs. Martha Austin, Stanford people. J. R. Rout received a truck load aged mother, .Whitley ave., IEMEDYFORMEN. D. C. Dyehouse, Spring, Danville avenue. If you need any Farm Seeds this City on Stanford, says:" "My back was so of goods Monday from Junction Rout Ervin Peyton, of Ellisburg, was AT YOUR DRUGGIST. Mr. Grocery ) sore and painful that it was hard for Wholesale opened up Co.fine stock of here Sunday evening to call on his write to a me to get around for days at a time. has just and will no doubt do a good I tried everything but didn't seem groceries here. to get anything that would bring me business farmer is busy hauling Varney relief until I used Doan's Kidney foundation material for a new build-in- tr I Pills. They proved to be what bbbbk?k. to be erected on vacant lot be needed and by the time I had finish tween Mrs. Powell's store and the ed three boxes, the pain in my bacK property. . left and I felt better in every way." old Campbell bought a Joe Gann Don't Price 50c, at all dealers. mare work mule of a Mr. Wilkinson simply ask for a kidney remedy same of Liberty, for $200. He bought this get Doan's Kidney Pills the' now owns. to match one that Mr. Dyehouse had. Foster-Mil-bur- n16-- mule make a dandy he team and Mr. They a 1 Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Gann is real proud of them. For Samples and Prices. He Prepays I fcovery is antiseptic kills the cold germs Vacant houses and rooms are now NEW PAER FOR BURNSIDE rapidly and calls for house 1V Kind's New Discovery is a raises the pmegm loosens iuc tuu5u Railroad Station and his filling up Freight to your 60cthes the irritation. A. H. Vanhook has taken charge or rooms ars every day occurrences Doctor's Prescription used for and have used DrrKing'a New Discovery "I old Burnside Item plant and here. Advertise your places for sale of the anyx troufor the past three years and use it conover 45 years. It is pleasfrom it is publishing a creditable pa- or rent and it will not be tinually in my family. My children are to find a purchaser. ant and children like it. per in the Burnside Stan Editor blerrnn.ai. TTioks will enter UPOn his very fond of it for it keeps them free from y too much for it, and is duty as rural mail carrier about the " You cannot use anything better for cold. I Vanhook savs that the uaner pocold tiiaa Dr. take pleasure in recommending it to my strictly a newspaper and that no your child's cough and first of March. Mr8.A.S.JTaines, Franconia, 2T.1T. is prepared Josiah Bishop sold to James H. King's New DkcoYery. It healing and friends.' put off treatment. Coughs and litical bitterness will ever be found Don't Timothy from Pine Tar mixed with fine of pneuin its columns. In this particular it Reid two cars ton,extra delivered on car. soothing balsams. It does not contain colds often.lead to a chronic cough, hay at $14 a troubles. will be in striking contrast with its mu;c (. Seeds Considered. and is slightly laxa monia- and other"tSrioftilng lhA- - aged. Quality of war shinned .to New Orleans anything harmful and. It is also good predecessor, ''with Editor Owen at f Carroll B. Reid, who is stationed QYC, Ml iiUUJ5i M kv o from tie nrrten. Dr. King's NewDls- - Get a bottle tcnijrv- there this winter with his string iui(b - n"r -iTTi xii- Stanford Hustonville. From Stanford city limits to Cash's store. 150 yards stone. Sec. 2. From Cash's store to 150 yards Hanging Fork creek. stone. Sec. 3. From Hanging Fork creek to Hustonville city limits. 300 yards stone. King's Mountain Pleasant Point. pike to From Stanford-SomersKing's Mountain. 100 yards gravel. King's Mountain Duncan. From King's Mountain to Casey county line. 50 yards gravel. Preachersville Garrard County pike From Crab Orchard-Lancastto Garrard county line. 10 yards gravel. Hanging Fork Hubble. Branch pike From Stanford-Rus- h at McKechnie's to end. of road at Mrs. Broaddus.' 20 yards gravel. Carpenter's Station Moreland. From Hustonville - Bradfordsville pike. 50 pike to Hustonville-Danvill- e yards gravel. Crab Orchard Lancaster Sec. 1. From Crab Orchard city limits to Drake's Creek. 75 yards stone. Sec. 2. From Drake's Creek to Garrard county line. 200 yards gravet er The Experience of Others With Peruna Is A Safe Guide to Follow Peruna has been the household remedy of hosts The testimony of those who have used Peruna proves it to be of people for the last fifty years. earth. A Standard Family Remedy An Excellent Remedy Ever- Ready To Take nt er two-year-o- ld Cyn-thian- er 100-pou- nd er er g Ber-bud- w .... 570-pou- nd 1-- le et - 150-pou- nd le Ot-tenhe- 1- "Why Swear, Dear? le for Corns!" Stanford-Milledgevil- le le e. w er 1 ord-Hustdr- f-! I Swhel -- le Field Seeds. OF LEXINGTON, KY., W. BUSH NELSON, the Give your Child Dr King's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds, Prices Are As Low As Any House In Central Kentucky, The can'-t-sa- .. jj fep.-adnllsr .: The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February 25, 1916. DUNCAN. age oeven Children Cry for Fletcher's SOME TENNESSEE FOLKS TELL HOW THEY WON fA S0 S m rt-" III if I1!! liSa nun lins lffn mniln rmrlni .... JLA. w .vwu. m..m. ' sonal suDcrvision sinrft itsinfn-nnir-- -" Tie Kind You Have Always Bought, and wlxicli has beea ia H30 for over SO years, lias borne the signature of rxJ&rZ SJm 'vCCfev5, Allow no one to deceive vouin this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good .SZ&ZZ -- - - tu. snbstitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic suhstancc. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms rnd alias's Feverish ncss. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, riatuleiiey, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy ana natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friexid. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless Bears the Signature of AST IA ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CCNTAJR COMPANY NEWVORKCITV I - gMwy P . Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. r Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs 45 Days Treatment, $1.00 Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c, 3 bars 25c on sale at All bHbbbb7 .IsW BBBBBBBBbS BBBB .bk bbbbbH DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR OF PURSLEV3 INDIAN HERBS The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. r 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 mafters. H. C. ANDERSON, Stanford Storage FORD AGENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Repairing Tires Accessories Phone 203 L ssrwn WHY BURN REX? 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. It does not soil your hands. See what I give with each It makes no soot. each $1 spent with me. Phonemes. 73,0fficell8-J- . N. W. FOWLE. Plumbing and Heating C. E. BOWER 4 Stanford, -- Ky. , Office with J. L. Beazley phone42, res. phone 263 . Sick people want to be well in a New Bargains Are Advertised In Each Issue. hurry. A great many, perhaps most all, Illnesses have their beginning in deNo. 99. 500 acres of land, 3 2 This is a get of a time rangements of the stomach and diges- miles from Hustonville on good pike; one of thechancefarms lifecentraltoKenin best 5 houses: 2 houses 1 2 stories, of tucky fully equipped and stocked. tive tract. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy starts in 6 rooms each and 3 houses of 4 No. miles at the first dose to put stomach suf- rooms each; 2 large barns; fencing good 86. 56 acres 1 2 house; from town. good ferers on the way to health. The first new and all buildings in good shape; barn; large driveway and all necesproves it. well watered; 30 acres for tobacco; dose outbuildings; It Is taken with success everywhere. 135 acres in pasture and balance in sary wells and pond;good orchard; two fencing good; very cheap; Here are the words of two Tennessee timber. Price d buildings all new. Price $3,500. people who have taken it: down and balance in 1 and 2 years. .No. 89. 140 acres, frame MISS CORA FISHER, 805 Saxon This is a rare bargain and it will avenue, Memphis "Have taken your pay those who have money to invest dwelling and porches; two barns; one to look it over. A fine chance to for stock and the other a six-acmedicine and it worked like a charm has removed quite a number of gall more than double your money in 2 tobacco barn; crib, buggy house, etc. All in grass except about 25 stones. It does just as you said it or 3 years. acres; water in field; fencing and would." 170-acNo. 100. farm right in buildings in good shape. Nice orMRS. W J. WARD, Sparta, Tenn. edge of good, town ; splendid "I can honestly recommend your rem- brick residence, 3 halls and front chard. Price $60.00 an acre. Terms edy to all sufferers from constipation porch 10x44; new barn 34x50; old right. No. 90. Linnletta Springs. The and stomach troubles. Indigestion barn 20x30; new auto and buggy seems a thing of the past with me." house and all other necessary out- main hotel has 30 rooms and four Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per- buildings and all new; fencing all room cottage in yard. The grounds manent results for stomach, liver and new and good; never-failin- g water consist of about ten acres. This every field on the farm. This place property has cost the owner from Intestinal ailments. Eat as much and in Will whatever you like. No more distress has 40 acres bottom land and 110 first to last over $30,000.00 sell dirt cheap. Ask us about this after eating, pressure of gas in ihe acres level land well drained and bal- property. The price is so cheap you stomach and around the heart. Get one ance upland. Every foot can be culcould afford to move the buildings for bottle of your druggist now and try it tivated and no better producing land on an absolute guarantee if not satis- in Lincoln county; 85 acres in grass it and then make good money. No. 19. Hanging Fork farm of and balance in cultivation. This is a factory money will be returned'. good hemp and tobacco farm and 42 acres right on pike; has For sale by Penny's Drug Store will easily produce 12 barrels of corn house, barn, etc; place well watered and all other reliable druggists. to the acre. Price right and easy and fenced; for a quick sale, $70 terms. It will pay you homeseekers per acre and easy terms. This is good strong soil and worth more money to look at this placa. King's Mountain No. 101. 310 acres on good pike but must be sold. No. 107. Pool room in Danville, 5 miles from Lawrenceburg, Ky. ; has Miss Bessie Gooch of McKinney, house; tobacco barn Ky.; has tables, chairs, desk, stove, is visiting her uncle, Henry Gooch. and silo; splendidly adapted to graz- lights and all paraphernalia necessaMrs. Fannie Carey is visiting her ing. Price $35 per acre and terms ry to run a first class pool room. The daughter, Mrs. Ira Cox at Covington. right. receipts run from $125 to $150 per 254-acMr. and Mrs. V. N. Bastin and No. 102 farm in Mercer month. Price $400 spot cash for a quick sale. This is a good chance for children, of Eubank, visited the 's county, Ky., on good pike; some one to go in business and make parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. residence; 2 tenant nouses; 2 Rigney. stock barns and 1 tobacco splendid money on a small investMrs. M. Francis is able to be out barn; 100-to- n silo. Place well water- ment. after an attack of the grip. No. 106. Stock of general mered and all fencing and buildings in Mr and Mrs Alonzo Sims, Mrs. good shape; 100 acres Blue Grass chandise in the city of Stanford, Ky., Sam Flint visited Miss Maggie Flint sod land; 80 acres in clover; plenty consisting of groceries, hardware, at Eubanks. of locust posts. Price $75 per acre. paints, etc. Will rent the fixtures Quite a number from here attend- Will trade for a good farm close to at a nominal price and will also rent ed the series of meetings at. Way- good town in this or other states. the building consisting of storeroom nesburg. All tobacco and hemp land and all below and dwelling above at a very Mesdames Ashford and Milton lies well. This is a good stock farm. low figure. This is an exceptionally Griffin of Lockland, 0., are at the clean stock of goods and we will sell 130-acNo. 103 farm 2 miles DR. BELL'S bedside of their father, W. M. Gooch from Stanford on good pike; house at a low figure. cough, for who is in a critical condition. For your cold, for your No. 108. 130 acre 2 of 5 rooms; barn 26x40 and all ne2 Mrs. Barb Rodgers, who has been cessary outbuildings; place well wa miles from a good town. farm your feverish throat, nose and head, Two houses. very low with the grip, is not expect- tered; fencing and buildings good. Dwelling of six rooms and tenant Dr. use Bell's ed to recover. d house of four and Honey soothes the irritation, Pine-Ta- r Among those who are attending Price $5,000, and 2 years.down and all necessary rooms. Good barnacres outbuildings. 50 balance in 1 cuts the phlegm, thus relieving school here are: Harold Snow, of No. in bottom land, 20 acres In grass and congestion. Pine Tar also acts as Arabia, Albra Gilliland and Nellie Garrad 104. Four larcre farms to- balance in timber. Well watered county, Ky., all making a Routin of Pleasant Point, an antiseptic, as a result general Pearl Peck, and Georgia Stella and tal acreage of 1,340 acres. One of and all fencing and buildings in good Floyd, of these farms is within a mile and a shape. Price $3,000. Terms right. Breathing becomes McKinney. relief follows. No. 80. 53 acres of land, one half of Lancaster and the others J. G. Guthrie and C. A. Ridge, of easier and further inflammation is 5, 6 and 10 miles from Lancas- and a half story house of five rooms, Science Hill, were pleasant callers from arrested. Insist on Dr. Bell's ter. These places have large con- porch and good cellar; one small here Sunday. stock barn and tobacco barn 60x30. It is an ideal treatRussell Thompson sold two hogs to crete silos, large tobacco and stock All other necessary outbuildings; 35 barns, nice residences, tenant houses, ment. Price 25c. R. E. Horton at 6 cents a pound. any of these farms acres in grass and cultivation; fine Miss Cora Alford closed her school etc. We will-cto suit purchasers. This is your orchard of over 100 trees, peaches, last week with a good attendance. chance 'to get the size farm that you pears, apples, etc; well watered and Commissioner's Notice want located to suit the purchaser. fairly well fenced; a good home, well In the District Court of the United Talk to us about, these properties for located, close to schools and in good States, for the Eastern District we know we have the right prices and community. Price, only $1,200. Lincoln Circuit Court No. 81. Nice cottage, can interest you. of Kentucky In Bankruptcy large yard and good garden small George W. Cloyd and others, PlainNo. 105 farm 1 mile stock of groceries, hardware, etc., In the matter of Loyd L. Sanders. tiffs, good country town and right cheap contract a Bankrupt. On this 18th day of from vs. on pike: 10 acres in grass; all out with barn rentalbarn lots on storeNOTICE and teoruary, A. D., 1916, on consider- side fencing good; well watered; no room, for four Sherman Goode and others, Defend- ing the application of the aforesaid store improvements. Price $1,000; one-ha- lf years. Thecorner room, etc.. is located right at ants. of yard. This place bankrupt for confirmation of com1 and 2 is right on the pike and the best lopensation, filed on the 18th day of years.downw-- and balance in All persons having claims against , cation in the county for a country the estate of Phillis Goode, deceas- February, A. D., 1916., it is ordered No. 96. One of the best equip- store. Will sell for cash or trade. by the court that a hearing be had ed, are hereby notified that I will sit upon the same on the 14th day No. 50. Two-storframe of ped blacksmith shops in this part of in my office at the court house, in March, A. D., 1916, before said court the State. It cost $800 to equip it, dwelling; two barns; place contains 1 including $100 and Stanford, Ky., from 10 o'clock, a. at Frankfort in said district at 10 worth of wagonworth of bolts Will $50 acre of land; splendid garden, etc; sell in Stanford graded district. $2,000 timber, etc. o'clock, in the forenoon, or as near m., until 4 o'clock p. m., on all for $250 spot cash. This is a big wouldn't put. the improvements on there to as practicable, and that noSATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1916 tice thereof be published one time opportunity for the right man to this place; will sell or trade. Price $1,500. in the Interior Journal, a newspa- make good money. to receive, hear proof on, and audit per printed in said district, and all resiNo. 94. One otthe best farms in No. 98. Two-stor- y claims against said estate, and all known creditors and other persons in dence; garden; well at door and all Central Kentucky, of 261 acres; two 12 persons holding such claims against interest may appear at. said time and necessary outbuildings; right at story frame dwelling of 60-f- rooms; t. place and show cause, if any they good school, etc. The price on thisj 2 barns, 75x75 each, and feed said estate are now notified to have have, why the prayer of saidjjetition-e- r is as cheap as dirt. Will sell, trade shed on side with large crib; 2 bugsame properly proven as required by should not be granted. or rent, and make right terms. It gy houses; 3 hen nouses; smoke law, and to file same with me on or Witness the Honorable A. M. J. will pay yQU to investigate this prop- house, etc; 30 acres in cultivation and balance in grass; splendid orCochran, Judge of said Court, and erty. before said date. the seal thereof, at Richmond in said Large blacksmith shop, chard of 400 troes; everlasting No. 97. At said time and place I will also district on the 18th day of February. 50x90 feet metal roof and all in good springs, ponds, etc., in fact water in hear proof as to the interests of the A. D., 1916. condition. Will sell or rent this. See every field. All buildings and fencvarious plaintiffs and defendants in J. W. MENZIES, Clerk -- us about the price and terms. This ing in first class condition. Right W. C. BENNETT, D. C. is one of the best locations in the on pike and one mile from depot; this action in and to the proceeds of county for this business and we will finest shipping point on the road; an sale of the land sold herein, and to make you a price on this that you ideal stock farm. This land will that end will hear proof as to the could not begin to put up the build- grow wheat, corn, tobacco, hemp, SAVES DAUGHTER kinship, and the degree thereof, of etc., as well as any land in the State ing for. the said parties to said Mose Cloyd, No. 89. 21 acres ofgood land in of Kentucky. The whole farm lays Letcher Goode, and Phillis Goode, rethe corporate limits of a good town; well and is well drained. No waste An be spectively, and will then and there Advice of Mother no Doubt Pre 5 acres in grass balance in cultiva- land. all of automobile can not driven it and there is a foot good street. over tion. Wide frontage on also hear proof as to what interest Will sell or exchange this property. of cold or swamp land on it. Price said Phillis Goode possessed at her Tents Daughter's Untimely End. 92. 76 acres of good land, resi- $30,000.00 and terms right. No. 61. One town lot right on death in and to said land, and as to dence of five extra large rooms, layer Main street, 80x270. Price $600; also of brick between weatfysrboarding what, if any, personalty was owned porches; the four other lots 60x138. Price $300 and by her at her death. Each and all of " I was not able to do houseplaster; hallsand and all rooms each and one lot 90x100. Price $800. Ready, Ky. practically new said plaintiffs and defendants claim- anything for jjearly six months," writes newly papered; two barns, house for All of these lots have concrete walks Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and stripping ing to be heirs of the above named tobacco; crib; meat house, a"i3 are wel' locafeJ. Beat building was down in bed for three months. t: etc. Place well watered, three ponds lot in town. parties, Phillis Goode, Mose I "cannot tell you how I suffered with and two never failing springs about No. 64. 172 acres of splendid Cloyd, Letcher, Goode, are hereby iiy head, and with nervousness and 35 acres in grass and balance in cul- hemp and tobacco land; notified of said sitting. womanly troubles. brick residence with base tivation. In splendid community and Such hearings will be held pursuOur family doctor told mv husband he right at edge of good town. Price ment; splendid barn with water piplarge ant to order of the Lincoln circuit :ou!d not do me any good, and he had' $100.00 per acre one half down and ed in the same; good concrete silo; all buildings in repair. This is io give ir up. we inea anotner oocior, balance in 1 and 2 years. court, entered at its November, 1915 oat lie did not help me. 60x400 on the an A 1 farm. Price $20,000; terms No. 94. Vacant lot term. At last, my mother advised me to take best residence street in Stanford, easy. No. 69. 74 acres; dwellE. D. PENNINGTON, Jardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thought Kentucky. Price $600.00. No. 84. 100 acre farm two miles ing; barn 40x60 and all necessary Master Commissioner Lincoln Cir- t was no use for I was nearly dead and nothing seemed todo me any good. But from Danville, Ky., in the richest outbuildings; well watered and fencl2-3cuit Court. ' i took eleven bottles, and now I am able part of Boyle county. Two story ed; right on pike and only three miles One do all of my work and my own frame dwelling of seven rooms, halls, from Stanford. Price $6,000. io on balance. washing. and porches. Good barn, crib, etc. half cash and easy termscottage; No. 73. Three-roonew I think Cardui is the best medicine in Splendidly watered, cistern right at stable containing three stalls and three everlasting springs, corn crib; small storeroom on the world. My weight has increased, door, pike; ponds, etc. All lays well and no and I look the picture of health. " cistern waste land on it. Fencing good. good well in at. door and never failIf you suffer from any of the ailments ing lot; 5 acres of ground; Cent peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui Also 100 barrels corn, 50 bales of all buildings and fencing in good 'oday. Delay is dangerous. We know hay, 25 bales of oats, 18 cattle, 2 condition. Place well located and in it will help you, for it has helped so good mules, 7 shoats, 2 brood sows, good community. Price $1,750. many thousands of other weak" women 3 colts, 1 brood mare, several turnNo. 30. 106 ing plows, cultivators, 2 wheat drills, right at a good acres of land located in the past 50 years. railroad station; riding cultivator, etc., everything in At all druggists. residence, one old barn and one way of tools that is necessary to new 30x50, the CONTINENTAL with shed on each side; Wriit u: Chattanooga Madidne Co., Ladies run a farm too numerous to mencrib, smokehouse, etc; well Advisory Dept.. Chattafcooca, Train., for .Siteia tion. Will turn this place overto and fenced. Good orchard; watered Fire Insurance .'nttt idiom on your case and book. "Horrr. purchaser about 40 and move out with housethis place cultivation and one half Garrard, Lincoln and 1 reatment for woman,' in plain wrappar. N.C 1 3f hold goods. Price $14,000 purchaser. acres offor grazing.inThis is a bargain balance down and balance to suit for $50 per acre and terms right. Boyle TREES Consult Us Before Buying. List With Us If You Want to Sell Shade and Fruit Trees, Strawberry D. A. THOMAS, Plants, Grape Vines, Shrubs, Aspar-gu- s, Rhubarb, Hedging, etc. EveryPhone 1 80 thing for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Free Stanford, - Kentucky No Agents F. Hillenmeyer Catalogs' Office Lancaster Street Oppozite Court House. Office Phone 180. H. & Sons, REAL. ESTATE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Lexington, K.v. 1-1-1-one-thirsix-roo- m re The mud is about knee deep in this part of the county, and we ask you to pardon us for not writing a letter to the I. J., for it was almost impossible for 'anyone to get out to meet the mail carrier. There is quite a lot of "trading going on atthis place. Mr. Collins and Duran Smallwood exchanged farms. The Smallwood property is near Waynesburg, while the other property is located here. Mr. Herman Claypool is at home from Wilmore to stay. Miss Delia Bennett returned home from Williamstown a short time ago. The school closed here last Friday and we are sorry to have our dear teacher leave Us, for her company is a pleasure to everyone. Miss Frankie Smith is a visitor of friends near Elixir Springs. Mrs. Jack Sims and children are spending a few days with Mr. Sam Sims and family at New Salem. Misses Belvin and Masie Griffith, Mary Lee and Addie Meade, Girtie Thompson and Fanny Young spent a pleasant time together at the home of Mrs. B. G. Foley last Thursday night. Mrs. S. C. Thompson is on the sick list. Mrs. Lon Bennett and granddaughter, Clara, have moved to the house recently vacated by J. J. Reed, on Prof. Earl Bennet's property. Miss Julia Roland has gone to Martinsville, Ind., to visit her sister, Mrs. Jennie Hatley. Mr. Gastineau and son, Huston, will leave soon for New Castle, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby sold their farm to Mr. Clarence Nichols and went to New Castle, Ind. was the Mrs. Edith Smallwood guest of her mother last Thursday. PINE-TAR-HONEY. Real Estate For Sale re 7-a- re lat-ter- ry, 10-ac- re re 1-- Pine-Tar-Hone- y. one-thir- Pine-Tar-Hone- y. ut five-roo- m 30-ac- re y, six-roo- m to-wi- two-stor- y, 10-roo- m -f FARM LOANS 5 m Per om -- 64-pae- a hughes & Mccarty " w i&- - 3ZlA,f The Interior. Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February 25, 1916. - Found Simple Remedy That Relieved Child COMPOUND LAXATIVE MILD CORRECTS STUBBORN CASE OF CONSTIPATION Farm and Stock News B. W. Leigh, of Hustonville, sold to Jesse Crowder, a pair of coming mules for $375, T. C. Rankin, near Hubble, bought shoats from 20 head of Ben Bryan, on the Danville pike, at seven cents a pound. T. C. Rankin, near Hubble, has en gaged his lambs, which will number about 50 head, to Vic Lear, of Lan three-year-old 85-pou- nd HilllllilililiiUHlUlilllilliUilllilimilllU Crab Orchard On last Tuesday afternoon, Miss Edna King entertained at Rook in honor of her guests, Miss Elliott and Mr. Billings, of Danville. Amonir those present were Miss Elliott and" Mr. James Redd, Miss Bess Holmes and Mr. Billings, Miss Hudson and Mr. Jack King, Miss Ellen Holmes and Mr. Douglas King. Miss Irene King and Mr. George Holmes, Miss Edna King and Mr. Englemau. All present had an enjoyable time, and What Ira T. Moser of Milledgeville URIC AGID SOLVENT "50 i Cent Bottle (3Z Doses) An important duty that devolves on parents is the regulation of their children's bowels. Health in later life depends in large measure on early training and a child should be taught from infancy to regular habits. When from any cause, the bowel lu 4( becomes congested with stomach waste a mild laxative should be employed to open up the passage gently & .& and carry off the congested mass. A most effective remedy for this purpose is the combination of simple laxative herbs known as Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin. Mrs. W. D. Bulls, of Reed, Okla., used Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for her baby boy, Harley Buren Bulls, and says HARLEY BUREN BULLS "It did him more good than anything we have given him. His bowels are the market for more than twenty-fiv- e very stubborn about acting, but they years and is the family standby act easily every time I give him Dr. in thousands of homes. Druggists everywhere sell it for fifty cents a Caldwell's Syrup Popsin." Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin con bottle. A trial bottre, free of charge tains no opiate or narcotic drug and on Ko AKfoinn1 Ymt nrwfm f Ti is a splendid remedy for children and ' W. B. Caldwell, 454 Washington St., older people as well. It has been on Monticello, 111. . .'"Iri caster at eight cents a pound, and the wool from his ewes at 30 cents. H. D. Frye weighed 21 head of cattle Monday to a Mr. Bliss of Ottenheim to be fed on silage until the 10th of May, at 7 cents per pound for whafc is put on them. Thomas McClintock, of Millers-burrecently lost eight head of valuable young mules from pneumonia, that were being shipped to a Southern market. Mr. McClintock had only recently purchased the mules in Bath county. S. C. Mackin, a horse and mule buyer of Lebanon, purchased at Campbellsville last week three horses and one mule, paying $95 each for two of the horses, $100 for another and $145 for the mule. 500-pound has to say about cream separators this week. EE j g, ss ss ES S j Preachersville slick-tongued t i The good people of this section, always careful to entertain strangers are sometimes badly imposed upon by canvassers who frequently come this. way. The good for itself, and if you have no separator now, Book speaks of entertaining strangr an inferior machine, we can sell you a ZZ ers as oft, thereby angels are enterDe Laval on such terms that it will pay for tained unawares. This christian, iibcu wiiiie you are using it. hospitality has been grossly insultThe best cream ed by a recent visitor in these parts. 5 separator is the g Before Thanksgiving a cheapest. Let us v.C young chap with a book on "Health, prove it for you on 5 your own farm. '000' and Hygiene," was here taking or& "" VT ders. Quite a few subscribed and in 21 Sooner or a short time their copies were delivered. The people seemed glad to you Young man, if you help the young man as he stated that 45W'.rs;rBjL will buy a -he had been at Georgetown studying not going to for the ministry and seemed to be a DE LAVAL youth and extremely v wear a full beard ( lp religious. He gave the name of O. N. Fniiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiif ilium jiiiiu mil Russian style Cook and his home was in Georgia. Just before Christmas he returned, your appearance keep then for the sake selling nice scripture motto calen- away at his home Friday, the 18th dars. As he canvassed this time he at 8:00 p. m. Mr. Stamfley was 83 neatly shaved. Neither your sweetheart nor made it a point, wljen calling where years of age and was a faithful he had sold the book before men- member of the German Reformed your employer prefers to see you with a tioned, to ask to borrow their copy church. He is the father of Mr. Al mess sprouts on your chin half the time. to read, promising to return same bert Stamfley. when he made the delivery of the -Mrs. Joseph Wientjes has returnSelf respect begets the respect of others. calendars. The people to whom he ed from Louisville, where she had had sold the books readily responded, the second operation performed for and now five of our nearest neigh- tumor. bors are out the purchase price of Master Roy Russell, the little son nearly four dollars each they allege. of Mr. and Mrs, James Russell, is They can learn nothing as to their friend's whereabouts, nor will their very ill. We sell a complete guaranteed line of tonsorial articles: Mr. F. Schnitzler sold a nice bunch longings return the book or its price. They now confess to being sadder of fat hogs to Will Anderson for a Safety Razors Razors, Strops and wiser and while they will still fancy price. New Blades Soaps continue charitably disposed toward Mrs. Sue Russell and Mrs. James the stranger, and glad to assist those Oldham, drove to Mr. Oscar Hertel's --Brushes Styptic Pencils ti who merit it, will not be so easily store last week to dosome shopping. Soothing Ointments Talcum Powder taken in again. Letters to the pubMr. E. Hatfield has rented Mr. lishers elicited the information that Cannon's farm and will move soon. his whereabouts were unknown to One of our most charming young them but much desired. The reply The Lincoln Pharmacy, .Stanford, Ky. ladies received a letter from Mr. Eralso contained the information that Mr. Pike is now in Alasnest X W. ACEY, Proprietor. Dr. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacist he was or had been a student at, Wil-mo- ka. Pike. College. Inquiries there developed that he had been a student This May Interest You. there last year and his present ad If you suffer with pains in your dress was not known. It is thought that he procured back or side, stiff and sore muscles these books to sell again. On one or joints, or rheumatic aches, or have occasion when he picked up the book symptoms of kidney trouble such as request to borrow same, the with We have added to our "Farmers' General good alady suspicioning something puffy swellings under the eyes or wrong, took her pencil and request- sleep disturbing bladder ailments, Supply Stock" the Deering line of Mowers, ed 'that she be permitted to write you should know that Foley Kidney her name on the fly leaf. Holding Pills have benefitted thousands in like Binders, Hay Rakes, Etc. The reputation of the volume tightly and backing toSold everywhere- wards the door he seemed much of- condition. this line of goods is well known in this counfended or hurt, and said: "I wouldn't be serving" my Lord, if I were to alty. We kindly ask our farmer friends to place Notice to Contractors. low you to do that." It is said that trick was the their orders with us early as we will have a the same neighborhoodturned in the" Sealed proposals addressed" to the about Rankin Fiscal Court of Lincoln county, will same time. full stock, also repairs, and be ready to serve Leslie Melvin is at home with liis be received up to 12 o'clock, noon mother, Mrs. P. E. Parrish, after a Friday, March XOth, 1916, when they you when the harvest season arrives. will be publicly opened andi xajd, for long stay af Farmland, Ind. F. T. Rigsby has returned to his the improvement of the jfdjlowing Also Binder Twine. named roads in Lincoln cpTttjy: ranch in Arizona. r&U of J. M. Cress bought a good pair of The: Stanford-Danvill- e W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford. I mules from J. T. Rigsby for $340. about five miles to be reconducted. OrcnamE road The Stanford-Cra- b Owen Duvall had a severe attack of heart trouble last week. Dr. Elliott, of about eight miles to be reconof Lancaster was called and he is structed. Stanford-Somersroad to be now some better. W. Brown will have a sale of graded", new work, about fainr miles. Jesse The- concrete bridge and" culvert his effects at his home here Saturday 26, preparatory- - to moving to work on the three above- named Feb. roads. Indiana. And corrugated metal1 culvert Miss Beulah Sprinkles visited her pipe for same roads. sister, Mrs. F. L. Thompson. Plans and specifications far roads Born, to the wife of Dick Williams may be seen and examined, at the a son. Rev. E. B. Thornton has treated County Clerk's office. Bids must be for work to he done his residence to a new roof and some new chimneys a iiuch needed im- in: accordance with the. ptsns and specifications approved by tifaz Fiscal provement. Claude Thompson, of Louisville, Court and Commissioners o,l Public and Misses Clara Collier and Myrtle Roads. The Fiscal Court of Lincoln Murray, of Crab Orchard, visited county expressly reserves the right Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress. Master Mack Adams has had a se- to reject any and all bid's-- . Before contracts are: Mnding on vere attack of rheumatism. first parties, they must receive the approval of the Commissioner of Action Is Natural. Public Roads. Each, bid shall be acP. S. JMeehan, Hancock, Mick., companied by cash or a certified writes: "I have given Foley Cathartic check, payable at sight to order of Tablets a thorough trial and can pos- the County Treasurer for 10 per itively state they are the best laxa- cent of amount of proposal; which tive I ever used. Their action is nat- check shall be held untjl the execuof the contract. ural, no pain or, griping, and they, tion Before the contract is awarded, clean the system in fine shape." Stout the successful bidder or bidders will persons say the buoyant, free feel- be required to furnish a bond in Only a Day and Night to NewJOrleans ing they bring is a blessing. Sold amount equal to amount of the contract for the faithful performance everywhere. of the work in accordance with the plans and specifications. All work to be done under the suOttenheim pervision of the Commiissiondr of Tickets on Sale Daily February 28 to March 6, InMr. Albright 'Stamfley, a well Public Roads. clusive. known citizen of this place, passed By order of Fiscal Court of Lin-cocounty. New Orleans $20.45; Mobile $17.20; Pensacola $16.70 Catarrh Cannot Be Cured J. L. McKEE RIFFE, County Road Engineer. trlUi LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot separator is because they can get it a little cheaper. Then they soon find out they have lost ten times as much from separ- : ator inconvenience, poor skimming and a machine that quickly wears out, as they saved in the beginning. Remember thataDe Laval will soon pay Si zz. and tired, stiff and arms and muscles, an aching: bead, burning and bearing down pains in the back worn our. before the day begins do not think yon hare to stay in were served an elegant lunch pre- that condition. Those o pared by Miss Edna and pronounced bed half sufferers who are in and out apa will by all as the finest ever given in that preciate the dozen times at night strength rest, comfort and vicinity. Mr. James Tuck Redd of- our treatment gives. For every form- - of bladder pains, or fered a prize of a handsome pair of ness, Its trouble,Is scaldingwonderful. weak- 4 really action Cashmere goats to the best players, Be strong, well and vigorous, with no TT)UYING a cream separator is which were won by Misses Bess more pains from stiff Joints, sore 'muscles, rheumatic suffering, aching back, or kida good deal like hiring a man Holmes and Edna King. A ney or bladder troubles. to work on your farm. A The Williams Treatment conquers kid-BMessrs. Montez Fish, Claud and hired man that does poor work and. diseases1, rheumatism and Benton Thompson, of Louisville, all uric bladdertroubles, no matter and is lazy is an expensive proposition, acid came home Friday evening for a or stubborn. If you have never no matter how little you pay him. osed The Williams Treatment, we will give two days visit to the homefolks. A cream separator that is hard to one 50c. bottle (32 doses) for your own use We never listened to a finer ser- free. Contains no alcohol or turn, hard to keep clean and doesn't drug. Does not affect the heart. skim close, would be expensive even mon than the one Sunday morning at notice with your name and Send if you got it as a gift. the Christian church by Rev. Wyatt. address, thisand 10c. help tt pay to expenses, He is a minister of great promise; distribution to Thew Dr. Creaxnerymen and dairymen D. A. Williams Company, Dept 2330D presents his ideas in a plain forcible New Post Office Block, East HamptoB.i all over the world recognize manner and all who fail to hear him Conn. You will receive by parcel post a the superiority of the De Laval. regular 60c. bottle (32 doses) , without charga miss a great deal of good ideas. About the only reason why any and without incurring any obligations,- - Oa The death of Charlie Cooper, bottle only to a family or address. one ever buys any other cream Jnst because you start the day worried legs FREE J ' ey how-Chroni- c hablt-form.-In- g Whiskers are neat-lookin- -- " iiS!fe Jmwr Wmz later WP. well-manner- ed of while not unexpected, was a very sad announcement to his friends here. He has been a sufferer for so long, and it always seems doubly sad to see a young life so rudely blasted by disease. Charlie made friends wherever he went and will be missed in this community where he was a favorite with the young folks. After appropriate remarks by Mr. McClary, of Stanford, and a beautiful song service by Mrs. Allie Pettus, Mrs. Caltha Newland and Mrs. Thompson and Mr. McClary, he was laid to rest in the family burial ground near Mr. Charles Read's. He was perfectly willing and resigned to death, having expressed his desire to the family and touchingly referring to his meeting withhis loved ones already ahead of him. Mr. Arch Cooper, of Louisville, came to attend the burial of his brother, Charles. Our people who attended the lecture given by Rev. Clere, of Lancas- PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING Mr. F. W. Woehr, Factory Expert, will be in Stanford March 3, 1916. LOW PRICES Leave orders at Interior Journal office or write direct to factory ADLER PIANO COMPANY 29th and Chestnut Sts. Louisville, Kentucky PUBLIC SALE As we have decided to quit housekeeping and are going: West, wc will offer for sale on WEDNESDAY. MARCH 15th, 191S1-- of Shave Every Day -- re PEERING MACHINES. et Genuine Oliver Plows And Repairs. W. E. PERKINS, - - one Pape's Cutting Box with 30 feet of pipe. STOCK One pair mules 15 4 hands, 5 and 6 years old and good workers. One horse 4 years old, will work anywhere; one bay mare, 6 years old, combined. One Preston filly, 10 months old. One Jersey ily, Cow, 5 years old, giving milk. 15 .. Our sick are all much improved Duroc Shoats, about 50 pounds, one we are glad to state, and we hope the age of grip will be a back num- Duroe Sow, 100 Brown Leghorn Hens, all young. ber. Dr. Jones has returned from a visFive stacks 25 barrels of it to his parents at London, who have Corn; 125 shocks of Fodder, shredbeen quite sick. two-horwagon Mr. Oscar Manuel came over from ded in barn; one Paris to visit his mother and bro- and buckboard and hack, two Oliver Chilled Plows, one Section Harrow, thers here. Thomas Moore and his brother 2 sets of Wagon Harness and oner Henry, of Detroit, Mich., were here set of Buggy Harness. About 15 to see relatives and from here went to North Carolina to visit Charles bushels of Potatoes. All household, Singleton's familyand then goes to goods. If the farm is not sold, ifc California to be with his father, Mr. will be offered for rent for cash in Ward Moore-- , who went to that state hand. Terms on personalty made, two years ago. known on day of sale. Now. What C&Ildrea Need Mrs. Christ Gntman, Wm. Gutmao, In spite of the best care mothers N T. Gutman can give them this weather brings Crab Orchard, Kentucky sickness to many children. Mrs. T. A. M. Bourne', Auctioneer. Neureuer, Eaa Claire, Wis., writes: "Foley's HoiTey and Tar cured my boy of a severe attack of croup after other remedies had: failed. It is a wonderful remedy for coughs, colds croup and whooping: cough." It siops HIGHEST PRICES PAID lagrippe coughs. Sold everywhere. 1-- oratorical feasts ever enjoyed in this city. Rev. Clere deserves all the papers say of hm, and is both fearless and potent in his denunciation of the prevailing vices of the present day. We hope to hear his lecture on "Common Sense." An infant of Mr. and Mrs. Will Elam died of diphtheria Saturday and was buried Sunday morning. Much sympathy is felt for them in their bereavement. The unselfisii devotion of Mrs. Le-l- a Duke to her aged parents during their sickness certainly deserves mention. Three times daily she visited them, caring ftr her own house hold, too, and faithfully nursed them until well, and doing all the work for both families and almost breaking herself-- down, laboring for their welfare. Such daughters are scarce and are surely worthy of more than passing mention. , Mrs. Maggie Govef came up from Stanford this week to see her aged father and be with her son and fam- ter last Thursday evening were certainly treated to one of the finest - the farm containing 56 acres, 1 2 miles East of Crab Orchard on the Mt. Vernon load. Growing crop of 35 acres of rye, 10 acres to go in corn, balance pasture, '35 young bearing trees, 15 old trees, two wells, house with six rooms, new barn and other outbuildings new. MACHINERY One Garr Scott Engine, power, in good shape; one Garr Scott 36x56 Separator in first-clacondition. One 16-hcr- se ss Saw Mill, in fine shape, two Saws, .... of-H-ay; se Rhode Island Whites Something: new, yet winners and the sensation and attraction of the show room. My yards compose the best to be had, coming direct from the celebrated and famous Excelsior strain. Yards headed by blue ribbon wearers. Eggs $3 and $2: for 15. S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS Have Seen tried for many years and each year finds them more popular and admired. The orders this year have been so many my surplus is all sold- - In my yards are: found the cream of the country. Eggs $2.50 ftaatttaace Mailed on Dty Shipment it Received Ntt Commission to Pay d Write for Price Liit Shipping; Tags M. Sabel & Sons laauvanlei EtUbEifed 18S6 LOUISVILLE, KT. Crab Orchard J. L. Beazley & Co., MARDI- - GRAS Louisville & Nashville Railroad. Round-Tri- p per 15. If you want poultry for profit try these breeds you will make no mistake. I still breed tfe Indian Runner Ducks there is a reason Eggs ?1.00 per 15. Mrs. SamJ. Embry, Stanford, Ky. 16-- tf Phone 50; P. O. Box 91 Undertaker Embalmer Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. la JTHE BESTJPLOW FOR THEFARMER, from Stanford, Ky. Sleeping Car fare $4 to $4.50 each way. Board s best private homes $1 per day, or at day and up. For hotels $2 per first-clas- at reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and In order to care It you must tate Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrk, acts-direct- ly Cut This Out It Is Worth Money. The Chattanooga Chilled Plow Use it on Trial; if not Satisfactory, Come Back and Get Your Money. particularsseeL.&N.agent. BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING r A. tO i THE I. J, Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggibts, price 75c. Take Hall's Family rills for cosstlpatlos. Cure is taken Internally,-an- d upon the blopd and mucous surfaces."" Hall's Catarrh Gure Is not a quack medicine. It ""'was pre- n)irciii.i. t hi- srrihed hv onit nf tho country for years and is a regular prescription.- uuuiwaea vi me nest ionics Known, combined with the best blood purtaers. actlnjr directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients Is what such wonderful results in curing catarrh. ht h DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co., Chicago, 111., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package containing Fo- pro-dac- es ley's Honey and Tar Compound, for lagrippe coughs, colds and croup. Foley Kidney Pills, and Foley Cathartic Tablets. Sold everywhere. GEORGE H. FARRIS. s 2k. x r r jm-- T2f JC? ZP&i " I -- . v