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The No. 1 r (v o lNTEM 3T 1 OURNAL Tuesdays and Fridays Jury-Returns 7 Stanford, Lincoln County, KenjdKy, Tuesday, February 29, 1916 ! "k ivjte 1 It r and negroes. Dr. Davison read the behalf of his candidacy for delegate - JOT TIMES IN not a case in point, because Gov. BIG CROWD AT LANCASTER. call for" the convention, and was from the Kentucky G. 0. P. TWO MORE SENT Beckham was enabled to close them A large crowd attended Lancaster unanimously elected chairman of the AGAIN only after the Court of Appeals had court .Monday, but business was not id IN CONVENTION convention with E. G. Baugh as secOVER THE ROAD" Shelby's Convention. annulled an election, thereby permit- overly brisk. There were lots of Administration" When retary. Upon motion, he named a Machine ting him to name new officials. Shelbyville The republican conEighth District Delegates in Session Resolutions Committee which remules on the market and while many Put Over Su titute for Greene's vention elected eighteen delegates Gen. Logan denied any knowledge of them sold, the prices were hardly Circuit Court Disposes of Two More Here Today County Conventired and brought in the resolutions, and alternates to the district and of the substitute being favored by up to SundayClosing Bill. Criminal Trials Grand those of several weeks ago. which were adopted. The Resolu- State conventions. The delegation tions Saturday brewery interests. James I. Hamilton sold 28 hybrids 19 Indictments tions committee was composed of was instructed to vote for Ludlow Greene sprang to his feet. "Why, at an average of The Administration substitute for $128 and W. B. Messrs. George D. Florence, Ed Hub- F. Petty as one of the two delegate's the bill, one of then," he demanded, "are representa- Burton a Greene The Eighth District Republican bard, Jones Anderson and George W. half dozen or so at $135. Only two criminal from the Eighth district to the na- three measures drawn to remedy con- tives of the brewers and distillers sit- The will hold its session in Gentry, Convention latter also sold eight or ten tried in circuit court actions were and after a short delibera- tional convention, but in other re- ditions in Covington and Newport ting in the galleries and cheering after the comthis afternoon at tion is brought in the courthouse here horses, rather ordinary ones, at an pletion the following res- spects goes uninstructed. A new due to wholesaljj und notorious vio your every utterance?" of the Alford-Smit- h murder republicans two o'clock. Prominent average of $105. M. S. Baughman, olutions which were unanimously County Committee was also elected. lations of Greene charged that liquor lobby- of this county, bought of Mr. Hamil- case last Friday. Nevin Hill a local closing law, of the dis- adopted: from over the 11 counties negro, was sentenced to serve from was adopted by a vote of 53 to 34, ists were in the galleries. He named ton a pair of good Mercer Uninstructed. trict, arrived here Monday night and four and Be it Resolved, that the Republitwo to three years in the penitenand passed by avote of 78 to 6 in John Kloecker, Newport brewer; E. got in Harrodsburg The mass conven the remainder of the delegates mules for $342.50. W. R. can party of Lincoln county in contion of Mercer county Republicans the House of Representatives late H. Taylor, of Frankfort; Phil Grin-stea- Cook, of Garrard, bought of Mr. Tu- tiary for housebreaking, and W. J. on the morning trains. vention assembled heartily indorse Copenhaver, a yuong country negro, and Lawrence Reichert. ihis bill which passed The sessions today are expected to the call for this convention and the today named sixteen delegates to at- i Saturday. dor a pair of horse was given Gen. Logan said he did not know mules from two to five years in be brief and harmonious. It is prac- call for the district and state con- tena tne aistrict convention at Stan- - ",c "uure "" "'v'".cm, ucmauu ui for $300. W. B. Burton sold the pen wbjp professes a zeal- - that these gentlemen were in the gal- for endeavoring to forge the tically assured that the two delegates ventions. ford Tuesday. They go uninstructed. Gov. Stanley, a pair of aged mules for $150, and a two alternates from the Eighth The same delegates were named to ous desire to enforce the law, is the leries, or that they were cheering pony for $97. There were probably name of Sam Holtzclaw to a check. and Republicans The hereinafter In a civil suit between Albright vs. district to the national convention named are hereby delegated to repre- attend the State convention at Louis- - same measure i3fiich has been de- - him. Smilingly, he remarked that 125 cattle on the market, but cattle Chicago, will go uninstructed in sent Lincoln county at the district ville on March 1. The resolutions nounced by triends and opponents of ' ne was not as well acquainted with men did not go out to the pens, due Brock, for possession of a tract of at the matter of a choice for president. and state conventions to be held in condemn the national Administration the original dealing with the Coving - the whisky people as Greene appear- - to some extent to the bad weather. land, the jury decided in favor of situation, as a "brew-- ed to be. He then accused Greene "Uncle Jimmy" Roberts, of Pulaski, Albright. The case of Reid heirs vs. A majority of the counties in the Stanford on the 26th inst. and in for its vacillating foreign policy and i "! 1.1.L J- - lu!n4- n e..., ery substitute." The substitute was j of trying to fool the public. " jLigntn uibtnci had the best pen. He disposed of a Coffman over a tract of land of 12 Louisville on March the 1st. Said its failure to protect American cit- . " 11,V .T l naA4 adopted by a combination of "wet" i At this juncture, Mr. Greene com- - bunch of calves at $26, six heifers at 2 acres of land near Green river is egauons to OUtnioru anu uuuianuc delegates are hereby instructed to izens upon the high seas and in Mex- - i and "dry" votes, the former larsrelv . pletely lost his which $31 and 10 yearlings at $35. A few now on trial in court. where the state convention meets to- cast as a unit the 19 votes of Lincoln ico. The grand jury has been busy at Among those voting had been vanishing rapidly during choice predominating. morrow. Jessamine Convention. j county for such persons for delegates belonging to a work examining witnesses from all State Central Committeeman Geo. as in their judgment are best qualiNicholasville Republicans of Jes- - for the substitute' were Representa- - j the debate. Springing to his feet Boyle county man brought 7 c. D. Florence, by virtue of his office, fied to represent the district and fur- samine county met Saturday after - tives Gooch, of Lincoln, Kauffman, he advanced down the aisle, shouting Butcher stuff was slow at 4c to 5c. sections of the county. So far 19 indictments have been returned into denunciations of the substitute and will call the convention to order this ther are instructed to cast their noon and appointed following del- - of Garrard and Minor, of Boyle, court, for various offenses, running He will also make the votes at Chicago for such men as in egates to represent the countv at i Representative Frank Greene, of its friends. afternoon. THE big lot sale will be held Wed- from murder down, the indictment He shouted that what Logan had speech of the convention, thmr in,irmnf .... Wf m.i,-fi.-i ; Carroll county, who had led the fight keynote February 29 and Louis nesday, rain or shine. Don't miss for murder being against Joe Hocker to ,., 4?1 J r- V. ,1 .1 " ,fo u.u Mti.....v.u j.'Stanford on i&e ami J.tJ. L,ogan Knew mm T uie session, t cnwl "" and it is understood tnat ms menus j nature and training to be the .candi- ville March 1: W. D. Harris, S. M. LUi L1IC ulJs uuiijijj il- it. It who killed Ollie Gardner, another newill urge his selection as permanent dates of the party for President and Morford, J. T. Vance, R. J. Prather, ' urged the house to vote down the ' it to be false when he spoke. Logan, gro, in the Hubble section. chairman of the convention. So far, Vice President to be voted for at the Everett Cook, W. H. Warren, E. E. substitute and pass his original bill. himself, he charged, was a deceiver, OSTERMAN GANGLOFF. i Greene attacked re- j seeking to delude the people, and un-- J. Gbv. Stanley's sin3Ir. Florence is unopposed for Horine, Carl Reynolds, C. A. Kenney coming November election. Mrs. Katherine Osterman, a comeelection as State Central CommitteeJOINT C. E. MEETINGS B. Betts, Willard Davis, J. von ' cerity in his avowals that he wants j worthy of the high positron to which We condemn the present state ly widow of 51, and Charles E. f, he had been elected. Greene's man, and his friends believe that he Democratic administration for its Grunigen and George Combs. On to enforce the Sunday closing law. j a clever widower of 55, were Held at Christian Church, With "Gov. Stanley could close those sa- - i ger was so intense that his words will be chosen by acclamation. it was ordered that this con- wanton exti'avagance and the plungmarried at the Catholic church at The 'Temperance" as Subject. After a resolutions committee has ing of the state into bankruptcy. Ii vention recommend Ed Morrow for loons today, jif he wanted to without were almost 11 unintelligible. TT ii i Ottenheim today. Both are from the ' a single aauitionai law," ne declared, nouse anu ganeries were in an up-tdelegate-at-larg- e made its report, the convention will from the state to We condemn the weak and vacillaFatherland but have been residents The joint meeting of the Presbyelect two delegates and two alter- ting policy of the National Demonational convention at Chicago. In support of this statement, he cited roar. ' the closing of salpons in Louisville ' When order had been restored and of the Ottenheim section fcr years. terian and Christian Endeaor Socieconvention. cratic administration; we condemn a nates to the national Adair Countv Delegates The groom is one of the best In own ties at the latter church Sunday night Greene had been quieted, Gen. Ludlow F. Petty, of Shelbyville, for- war tax in times of neace. and the Columbia The republican conven- - bv Gov. Beckham. gan remarked that Greene is "pecu- - farmers of his section and a progres- proved a very interesting one. Sam In tnis connection, Greene mer Collector of Internal Revenue present tariff law which has thrown tion Saturday afternoon appointed at Louisville, is certain to be one of millions of men and women out of delegates to the district convention Pressed indignation at charges that , liar," and that he had not taken him sive, good citizen. His bride is said Embry, Jr., was chairman of the the delegates, and a contest for the employment. at Stanford Mnml.iv TVip in5trup. . oenator iSeckham has had anv con- - seriously, onairman L.rowe ordered to be an exceedingly fine woman. The meeting, and presided with much ..u ...u i Jeff Bowman, I. J. extends congratulations and best dignity and verve. A number of apother place is on between W. C. We heartily indorse the candidacy tions given were for two delegates nection with agitation at Frankfort, the sergeant-at-armpropriate songs were sung by the upon the to take a position near Mr. Greene wishes to the happy pair. Black, of Madison county, and J. L. of Hon. George W. Gentry for del from the as follows: commenting especially "pipe-line- " large choir. Misses Josephine Carstory which appeared in and to restrain him if he sought to Con-JButler, of Boyle county, with the e E. Willson and E. P. Morrow, to the National LADIES, have you sent in the penter and Annie Rogers Powell and make another impetuous outburst. certain papers. chances greatly favoring Black. Two vention, ana pieuge ourselves to ao Greene affirmed that there is a line Upon Mr. Greene's promise that such name for the new addition to Stan- Messrs. Wililam Yeager and Shirley alternates are also to be elected of all within our power to secure his DON'T forget the big lot sale whom, Butler may be one, as a con- election.. Wednesday. Your chance to get a also between Frankfort and the drastic action would be unnecessary, ford? You may win the $5 for sug- Gover favored the audience with a gesting the. most appropriate name. beautiful vocal rendition of "Driftorder was rescinded. Gen. solation prize. The persons hereinafter named are bargain of a It breweries of Covington and New-'th- e It ing," and Misses Mary Bailey and laWeiithan a. pipe, (gan concluded his speech by prom-beiri- g' Be on the grounds. but that it is Much interest centers upon Louis hereby named for precinct commit' isihg, with all the emphasis. . at as-Frances Embry gave the pretty duet, sewer.'" Speaking his as large ville where the Republican State teemen for the ensuing four years, TO CINCINNATI MAY FESTIVAL CONTEST AT McKINNEY. "Somebody Cares," in a most credifurther of Senator Beckham, he said, command that if the legislature Convention meets Wednesday, March and we recommend to them the namThe W. C. T. U. at McKinney will table way. The subject of the eve1 to select delegates to the national ing of Dr. R. L. Davison for Chair Pupil Will Be Sent Who Makes High-es- t the latter would be returned to the would pass the substitute, the saloons Senate at his next race, by the big- - of Covington and Newport would be hold a Matron's Silver Medal Con- ning was "Temperance," and Mesconvention. Reports from over the man of the County Executive Com- Music Average for Year. test at the Baptist church there srs. P. M. McRoberts and J. B. Pax-to- n gest majority anyone ever got in closed on Sunday. State indicate that some confusion mittee. and Revs. D. M. Walker and P. Representative Perry, of Louis- - on Friday evening, March 3rd, bemay ensue at Louisville. Many deleThe Mozart Club made its second Kentucky. County Committee. ginning at seven thirty o'clock. The L. Bruce discussed the question, tellIn general, Greene said that his ville, offered an interesting gates, selected in the county convenStanford, No. 1. Aden J. Rigney. appearance before the public in an are strong enough, that they menfr to the bill, increasing the state speakers will be Mrs. Fred Gooch, ing of the best methods of fighting tions last Saturday, will go uninStanford, No. 2, George W. Gen American Recital given in the High will close Mrs. Sarah Dayton, Mrs. Frank Gri-de- r, the liquor traffic and doing away the saloons, and that they license on saloons from $200 to structed, which probably means that try. School Auditorium last Friday eveMrs. John McKinney. The pro- with booze and booze sellers. Each which, he said, would not only ought to pass. Gov. Stanley, he said, they will support Roosevelt or Stanford, No. 3. George D Flor- ning. The program was a most en- would not gram will be interspersed with mu- gentleman showed the great harm Hughes men. There were several ence. dare to veto any one of close the saloons on Sunday, but on joyable one from beginning to end, them. The substitute, on the other week days too. It would also while sic and a playlet by the school boys that strong drink is doing the youth splits in the party and several conStanford, No. 4. Wm. L. Cordier. and a delighted audience greeted hand, he. testing delegations were named for declared to be toothless, the saloons lasted, put money in the and girls. Much interest is being and manhood of State and Nation each number with a round of apHustonville, No. 1. T. J. Bell. ' of $3,000, manifested in this entertainment of and pledged earnest effort to destroy the State Convention March 1. In plause. Miss Gertrude Gaines, pres- inadequate and drawn to satisfy the state treasury at the Hustonville, No. 2. J. A. Blain. Miss 000 a year he declared. This amend- - the W. C. T. U. Admission will be it and its terrific influences. several counties there were serious ident of the Club, delivered an ad- brewers. Hustonville, No. 3. Ora Gooch. twenty-fiv- e scripcents; children fifteen Emma Hays read from the Attorney General Logan was given ment was beaten by a vote of 49 to breaks, chief among them being KenHustonville, No. 4. Lee Manning, j dress in a most pleasing manner. the floor tures, touching on intemperance, and cents. to defend the substitute. In 36, among those voting against it ton, Campbell, McCracken, Bourbon Waynesburg, No. 1. Logan Ste- This was followed by the report of Miss Sallie Mills Craig gave a pathetto a 'question from Greene, iing Representative Gooch, of Lincoln and Whitley. There was some senti- phens. the Secretary, Miss Nellie Wilson Logan denied that the Governor has j Representative Kauffman, ment shown for former President of Gar- - How Mrs. Davis Got Rid of a Bad ic story of a miner who had succeedWaynesburg, No. 2. W. C. Dye. Hill, in which she reated the achieveed in controlling his craving for power to enforce the Sunday closing rard and Representative Minor of! Cough. Theodore Roosevelt in a few of the Waynesburg, No. 3. E. G. Baugh. ments of the Club and its hopes and whisky by prayer. Miss Ophelia Boyle, all three of whom voted with law. Under the legislation, he said, counties. In Bell county a motion "Some time ago I had a very bad Crab Orchard, No. 1 W. H. Cum ambitions for the future, one of to have the county's vote cast for the mins. which is to purchase a Victrola for the Governor has no right to call out j the Administration forces on each cough" writes Lewis T. Davis, Black-wate- r, Lackey's talk on the extermination Bull Moose leaders for the PresidenDel. "My brother McCabe of the saloon was a feature of the the school. All the members re- the militia in such cases as had been phase of the Sunday closing bills, Crab Orchard, No. 2 Simon tial nomination was voted down. In sponded to Roll Call with beautiful suggested. The closing of saloons in j The House defeated a bill seeking Davis gave me a small bottle of evening. A large crowd was present and Letcher county there was also some musical thoughts. Misses Frances Louisville by Beckham, he said, was ' to change the dog law so that each Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Af- and enjoyed the Lincoln County Delegates. program. family could have one dog free from ter taking this I bought half a dozsentiment for the former Republican Embry, Annie VanArsdale Craig Dr. D. B. Southard, James Floyd, and Annette Wearen delighted Representatives Gooch, en bottles of it but only used one taxation. leader, but the delegation was sent the LADIES, have you sent in the Kauffman and Minor voted against of them as the cough left me and I In Hancock county, W. C. Floyd, W. K. Shugars, J-- . W. audience with well rendered piano uninstructed. SHELDON LEWIS this, .too. the delegation wasx instructed to vote Acey, W. H. Cummins, W. P. Thom- numbers. Miss Mary Bailey sang have not been troubled since." Ob- name for the new addition to Stanford? You may win the $5 for sugfor Associate Justice of the Supreme as, Jones Anderson, Fado Parks, G. very sweetly, "Rose on the Bud." tainable everywhere. gesting the most appropriate name. Court Charles E. Hughes, or Theo- M. Peavyhouse, Samp Cummins, Jas. Miss Jean Paxton told very enterOld Prescription Be on the grounds. F. Cummins, J. W. Williams, R. L. tainingly and instructively, "What It dore Roosevelt after casting a comDavison, T. J., Burleson, Sam Peavy- American High Schools May Do to For Weak Kidneys News of the Church es plimentary vote for Charles W. FairHIDES SELL HIGH. house, Logan Stephens, Wm. Cordier, Encourage a Wider Musical Cul banks. Presbyterian k church: Johfc A. Blain, John D. Burton, Ora ture." Miss Matsy Grimes A medicinal preparation like Dr. It now seems probable that eight Dr. Hugh Reid had a 1,400 pound read the o'clock. Subject: Jacob, the Ambidelegates-at-larg- e will be sent from Gooch, E. G. Baugh, Ben Holtzclaw, Club Paper prepared by Miss Anne Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, steer to die some days ago. He had that has real tious. Kentucky to the National convention, A. B. Florence. Dr. Charles Hart, Green Wood, which sparkled with curative value almost sells itself. Rev. Giles Taylor, of Georgetown, the animal skinned and sold the hide in order to placate certain leaders, John A. Ellis, George. Crawford, J. wit and humor. Miss Bailey and Like an endless chain system the has accepted a call To the Baptist for $13. W. B. Buchanan, the proand if this is done, George W. Gen- A. Manning, Ed Hubbard, George D. Mr. Shirley Gover sang a beautiful remedy is recommended by those church at Springfield, and will as- duce man, recently paid $11 for antry, the colored leader of Stanford, Florence, G. W. Maynard, Geo. W. vocal duet, "Absent." The piano du who have been benefitted to those sume immediate charge. other. A few years ago $3 or $4 was The Missionary Society of the considered a big price for beef hides. may be sure of a place on the dele Gentry, E. H. Farmer, Joe Chenault, ets "Alpine Storrri," by Misses Nancy who are in need of it. gation, for which Phil Brown, a ne- James Mack, Joseph Reed, W. D. Katherine McKinney and Annette Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rois a Christian church will meet with Mrs. Tardif, Jas. Grubbs, John Hayden, Wearen and the violin solo by Mr. gro editor of Hopkinsville, is giving physician's prescription. It has been C. E. Tate Wednesday afternoon at THE big lot sale will be held WedRobert Fenzel, Wm. Adams, Newt. Clarence Singleton accompanied on him a hard fight. nesday, xain or shine. Don't miss tested for years and has brought re- 2 o'clock. The C. W. B. M. will meet at the it. Jones, H. H. Logan, John Hendrick-so- the piano by Misses Matsy Grimes sults to countless numbers who have It home of Mrs. Clarence Tate. Wed Dennis Tucker, W. R. Dillion, and Nellie Wilson Hill were thorCONVEN- LOCAL REPUBLICAN suffered. Jr., Dr. T. B. Lyne, Joe Burns, W. oughly enjoyed. The grand climax The success R. C. Arnold, manager of the TION. of Dr. Kilmer's nesday afternoon, at two o'clock G. Fletcher, John D. Burton, J. B. was reached in a Swamp-Rois due to the fact that Mrs. C. E. Tate, Mrs. J. C. Bailey, Jones stock yards, was in Louisville number in which The Lincoln county Republican Corum, Prof. E. 'Coleman, Rev. A. L. all the club members took part. The it fulfills almost every wish in over- Miss Lackey and Mrs. Will Embry, last week, having taken his son, Ho-ba-rt convention Avas a most harmonious, A. Singleton, W. P. Car- proceeds of this recital will coming kidney, liver and bladder di- hostesses. Arnold, to put him in a business be used or "cut and dried" affair as demo- Caulder, J.Dye, A committee from the Lancaster college there. son, Wm. Josiah Bishop, W. H. to send to the May Festival in Cinseases, corrects urinary troubles and crats viewed it, here, Saturday af- Rigney, Virgil Cline, Abe Minks, L. cinnati the pupil who makes the highneutralizes the uric acid which caus- Christian Bible School met a Comternoon. Delegates were named to D. King, Wed-dlmittee from the Stanford Christian Steve Dye, Dr. C. C. es rheumatism. A splendid band will make music est average for the year, in a musithe Eighth district, convention, which Bible School at the Christian church for the big lot sale Wednesday. Mr. Boone, A. J. Weddle, Ott cal examinations. Do not suffer. Get a bottle of It is meeting here today, and were left Myers, Thomas Jennings, Thomas Swamp-RoEnough can not be said in praise from any druggist now. Sunday afternoon and arranged a uninstructed on all matters except Helm, Tim Durwood,, George Armcontest between the two schools, runPresident J. S. Hocker, of the Start treatment today. the candidacy of George W- - Gentry, strong, Green Frye, Lafe Cooper, of Miss Ballou's untiring efforts to However, if you. wish first to test ning over a period of four months, First National Bank, has returned raise the standard of music in Stanthe well known colored leader of this Rev. Joe Drye, Rev. E. W. Allison, this great preparation send 10 cents beginning the first of March. from a pleasant visit to his daughter, ford and the auditorium should be city, who wants to go as one of the Garter Anderson, Font Stewart, Jas. full to overflowing at each recital to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, Mrs. Omar Foster and family at At"Big Four" from Kentucky to the Yocum, B. W. Leigh, W. D. Elliott, not only for the encouragement of N. Y., for a sample bottle. When Has Used Chamberlain's Cough Rem- lanta. .Republican National Convention at Thos. Frye, Wm: Lay, John Oliver, teachers and pupils, writing be sure and menton the edy for 20 Years. but for the benWherever motion pictures Chicago. Resolutions as usual con- Felix Faulkner, Gilmore Burton, efit that is to be derived from an eve- shown, Sheldon .Lewis, famous are Journal, Stanord. "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has Do You Find Fault With Everybody? as demnatory of the democratic nation- Mack Royalty, Geo. W. Goodrich, ning of good and uplifting music. "The Clutching Hand" in the series of been used in my household for the al and state administrations were Lee .Manning, Will Logan, Ollie An irritable, fault-findin- g disposiTO THE PUBLIC past twenty years. I began giving tion is often due to a disordered adopted, and every good republican Booker, E. G. Baugh, C. D. Warfield, There is no better way in which "Exploits of Elaine," is known because forceful personality. His draI represent the largest and best it to my children when they were stomach. A man in the county was made a delegate M. S. Bastin, H. Hatfield, Sherman America can give to her children of his sweep and power have gained with good digestion clothing house in this matic to the district convention. The Warfield, Wm. Reid, Everett Young, both knowledge and appreciation of country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago small. As a quick relief for croup, is nearly always good natured. A the best music than through the pub- vhim the reputation of "the most fas j 111. My experience In measuring and whooping cough, and ordinary colds great many have county committee was been permanently cinating villain on the screen." Nat Wright, Ad Givens, Henry lic school. " IH iiaMntfinn tnn VMnlrmw has no equal. Being free from benefitted by Chamberlain's JTablets. the convention recommending the re- 'Bright, Joe Powell, Fount Owsley, "" uu"'"' ""i ."'" Lewis is cast In the jamieier role 'UiCV-""f- t me the advantage over one who it opium and other harmful drugs, I after years of suffering. 'Tneser'tabil election of Dr. R. L. Davison as D. T. Brummett, Arthur Hughes, of villain in the new; motion pic- - Klves a practical tailor. If you will -' is not $3.35 TO LOUISVILLE. ture. serial, 'The Iron Claw," a story j give me your order, I will promise never felfc afraid to give it to the lets strengthen the stomach and er chairman of the committee. Lindsey Stephenson, Cal Nevius, WilOn account of the republican conwhich sets a new mark for. film fea- - j you a square deal. ,You will get the children. I have recommended it to able it to perform its functions natDr. R. L. Davison, county chair- lis Logan, and all other good repubvention in Louisville tomorrow, the tures. The several-'eplsode- s man called the convention to order in licans who desire to attend. of this .worth of your money, either in the a large number of friends and neigh- urally. Obtainable everywhere. L. & N., has placed on sale round great story will k .printed rades or the higher priced, bors, who have used it and speak in this .the county court room, which was George Gentry responded to calls trip tickets,' good until March 3rd, per while thepfrtime My SPRING and SUMMER line of highly of it," writes Mrs. Mary are shown at THERE are no finer building lots well filled with republicans, about Lfor a speech and made a few well-- '' at $3.35. samples is now ready for your m- - Minke, The tickets are on sale th local theater; Shortsville, N. Y. Obtain- in Stanford than those to be sold at equally divided between white men timed and spection. Call and let me show you. remarks, on only this afternoon and tomorrow. auction Wednesday.- H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. able everywhere. REPUBLICANS at-lar- ge HUSE antfj-scree- the-Sund- ay five-year-o- ld d, four-year-o- ld I ' j J ton-Newp- . - nHiiinf-Miilfir,T l J J. 1 I 1-- i self-contr- ol, I two-yeai-ol- ds l-2- j . 1 1 ! ; Gan-glof- an-moti- on I ' iii . 1 he j ! I I . ..... , s, State-at-larg- e, egate-at-larg- A. life-tim- e. Lo-po- rt, ', I : $2,-00- 0, i ! Pe-tre- y. well-prepar- ed I well-present- ed Mid-wee- ot n, HhhHHHBHm iaBHMBHHi ot e, ot . In-ter- or -- made-to-ord- er I 1 well-receiv- ed It i '. '&& 'iv. v- - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, February 29, 1916 Rain Or Shine and Regardless of Weather or Other Conditions Beginning at 2 o'clock P. M. Come out and buy some Bargains. Our bad luck ir your good luck. They will sell cheaper Wednesday will ever sell again. Plenty of Music by the Danville Band. than they WALTON BROTHFRS If THE BIG AUCTION LOT SALE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1 1916 WILL BE HELD ON This Bank Performs all the Functions of a Commercial and Sav- ings Bank. Care of funds on checking or savings account, that it was good to have been there. CENT-A-WOR- D ADS i: He was considerate of the welfare of others and did a great deal to projs. m. oauney. ruonsner mote a good feeling among his (Ads here ar i cent a word each is' sue, cash villi order; no ad. less $1 a Year When Paid in Advance; neighbors, who greatly loved him. than 25c each issue.) une lu uu a guuu man m ai.ou wnen XaiU at JlinU OI xear. . basking in tne sun- LADIES Entered at the potto ff ice at Stanford as second reward and is be sure to read W. H. matt matter shine of the God who gave him. May Higgins' ad. class 17-- 1 ' his good example be emulated and The Interior Journal thought that his clean life an inspiration to the TWO desirable front rooms for j when it began the issual of an eight- generation that follows him. A ' rent over V. H. Higgins store. 17-- 2 page newspaper on Friday each week Friend. four-pag- e with the regular size on ,FOR RENT. House recently vaTuesday, it had about reached the ' maximum of size which a newspaper Acids cated by Fred Garnctt, on Kuston-vill- e In Stomach street. All in good repair; a could be expected to reach in a town Sour the Food and new house and outbuildings. E. T. ; the size of Stanford. However, it 9 was mistaken, and today adds an exCause Indigestion Pence, Jr. tra column to each page, which in THREE sacks of clover seed were both the Tuesday's and the Friday's 'Pape's Diapepsin" Fixes Sour, Gas- left at F. Reid's. Owner can get There is not an article of a young man's I; editions, will aggregate an addition sy, Upset Stomachs in same by calling on Mrs. George Wiloi lz extra columns per week to be wearing apparel he enjoys more or is more Five Minutes. der there and paying 25c for this given its patrons. Very few news17-- 1 ad. papers anywhere and possibly none particular about selecting than his ' in a town the size of Stanford, give or If what you iust ate is sourins on FOR SALE $550 Kurtzmann up- their readers as much for $1 a year your stomach or lies like a lump of vicrTlf Cap. The curl of the brim, the taper of ninnn ornrwl nc tioiv frt- cola ofn as does the 1. J. a the lead, refusing to digest, or you belch jow price Address Glenn Ricketts, four-pag- e paper on Tuesday and a gas and eructate sour, undigested Nicholasville, Ky. 16-4- p crown of his hat, the length of the visor, the eight-pag- e seven-colum- n paper Fri- food, or have a feeling of dizziness, day, making a total of 34 columns a heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste FOR SALE. Handsome oak sideflash of the color of his cap, all impress week, all full of good, live news and in mouth and stomach headache, you board; large Moore's Airtight Heatprogressive advertising, which ought can surely get relief in five minutes. er; medium size Cole's Hot Blast to be read as carefully as the news Ask your pharmacist to show you Heater; bargains. T. A. Rice. 15-- 3 matter. The size of the Interior :the formuia plainly printed on these Journal's subscription list has grown ' fifty-cecases of Pape's Diapepsin, CALL at E. T. Pence's and see the proportionately until it is now very then you u understand why dys- best line of high grade Buggies that close to the 4,000 mark. That it peptic troubles of all kinds must go, has ever been in Stanford. Strictly reaches the people and gets the busi- - an(J why it reliev2s sour, the latest. Also all kinds of impleis amply at- - stomach or ingestion in five ness for its advertisers ments, wagons and harness. E. T. tested by its constantly growing ad- - j utes While the older man is impressed with "Pape's Diapepsin" is harm- 17-1- 9 Pence, Jr. vertising patronage. tastes like candy, though each less; I price, the service and comfort. . dose will digest and prepare for as- FOR RENT. House recently vafood similation into the blood all the Read the Iron Claw on the last you , eat; besides, it makes you go to cated by Fred Garnett, .on Huston-vill- e page of today s paper and then go to street. All in good repair; a the table with a healthy appetite xT opera house Friday night to see the i! out what will please you most, is that new house and outbuildings. E. T. V the pictures. This . is said to be one you will feel that your stomach and Pence, Jr. 17-1- 9 greatest moving picture serials r of the are clean and fresh, and ever produced, and the management intestines not need to resort to Iaxa- you will MISSISSIPPI black alfalfa land of the local opera house is fortunate wiu,, ftr for sale. Stock farms a specialty. to be among the first to secure it. A constipation Comprises the young men's Hats and Caps in Two exceptional bargains. Registered chanter will appear in the I. J. each This city wil have many "Pape's Duroc-Jerse- y boar pigs Defender week, followed by the picture at the the very newest shapes and colors, and the Diapepsin" cranks, as some people and Professor strains $12.50 each. opei'a house. will call them, but you will be en- Paul Finch, Crab Orchard, Ky. 12-- 8 older men's, or staple shapes in light colors thusiastic about this spendid stomach S. M. Bradley, a republican was preparation, too, if you ever take it FOR SALE. Seed oats, orchard and black. Caps, 50c to $1.50. Hats, $1 to for indigestion, gases, heartburn, grass seed, baled Timothy, clover and elected state senator in the and three district by sourness, dyspepsia, or any stomach alfalfa hay, four $5. Sizes in men's staples as large as 7 5-mules, three young mares, majority over his democratic op- misery. 750 hornless Shorthorn bulls; some fresh Get some now, this minute, and rid Jersey cows. A. W. Carpenter, More-lanponent. The election was a special We should be able to suit and fit any one. fill the vacancy caused by the yourself of stomach misery and indione to Ky. 16tf 17-- 1 death of Senator Stewart. This ma- gestion in five minutes. CALL at E. T. Pence's and see the jority was a gain of 350 over that best line of high grade Buggies that given in the races last November, has ever been in Stanford. Strictly PUBLIC SALE and seems to indicate that the peothe latest. Alos all kinds of impleple up in that section are dissatisfied over something or other. quit house ments, wagons and harness. E. T. As we have decided to 17-1- 9 keeping and are going West, we will Pence, Jr. STANFORD KENTUCKY DON'T forget the big lot sale offer for sale on LOST. On Hustonville pike bechance to get a WEDNESDAY. MARCH 15th, 1916 Wednesday. Your tween my house and Col. Anderbargain of a life-timIt 12 son's last Saturday a pocketbook, the farm containing 56 acres, IN MEMORY OF D. O. BALLARD. miles East of Crab Orchard on the containing some valuable papers and In the death of D. O. Ballard, of Mt. Vernon load. Growing crop of a little change. Reward for return Make Your Drug Store the Highland section, the county lost 35 acres of rye, 10 acres to go in to M. F. Herrin, R. D. 5, Stanford, 17-- 1 one of its best citizens. He was a corn, balance pasture, 35 young Ky. Trading Both Easy and successful farmer, a splendid neigh- bearing trees, 15 old trees, two wells, bor and an honorable, christian gen- house with six rooms, new barn and PUBLIC SALE tleman. For many years he had been other outbuildings new. of the MACHINERY One Garr Scott John C. Hill Farm, , We claim to sell you the finest a member of Mt. Moriah church and Ky. at power, in good As agent of the heirs of John C. Hill, goods that any drug store can offer no member of it did more for the Engine, furtherance of 'the Lord's work than shape; one Garr Scott 36x56 Sepa- at the lowest prices consistent with deceased, I will on j condition. One high character. he did. His death was due to a fear-- ; rator in first-claj MONDAY, MARCH 13th, 1916 ful beating given him by some ne- Saw Mill, in fine shape, two Saws, being county court day, offer for sale We claim to give you a service groes about four years ago, when he one Pape's Cutting Box with 30 feet publicly to the highest and best bid- pleasing in the extreme; to treat was robbed on his return from Dan- of pipe. you fairly whether you come in perder that farm owned by John C. Hill STOCK One pair mules 15 4 at his death, situated at Maywood, ville where he had sold his tobacco. son, send the children or order by He never fully recovered from the hands, 5 and 6 years old and good Uncoln county Ky and containing mail or telephone. shock of the rough treatment and workers. One horse 4 years old, will about 10g ac the sale to be cried We guarantee service that is satone bay mare, b in front of the court-hous- e ; that it hastened his death there is work anywhere; door in isfactory. Really, you can always no doubt. Deceased was born Feb. years old, combined. One Preston Stanford, Ky., on that date at 1:30, do better here. 19, 1854, and his death occurred filly, 10 months old. One Jersey p. m. 0 Dec. 20, 1915. In speaking of Mr. i.ow, o years old, giving muk. be offered in three ; The farm one tractg and then as ft whol the bid F. J. Conn, Duroc Shoats, about 50 pounds, Ballard, his of Garrard, said that he had never Duroc Sow, 100 Brown Leghorn reaIizing the greater price to be all young. known a better man. He was a most cepte(L Five stacks of Hay; 25 barrels of hospitable gentleman and no man This farm Hes right at the Louis. 1 ever left his home who did not feel Corn; 125. shocks of Fodder, shred- - vffle and Nashville station at wagon Maywoodj and is only five miies from ded in barn; one two-horand buckboard and hack, two Oliver Catarrh Cannot Be Cured Chilled Plows, one Section Harrow, Stanford the C0Unty seat of Lin' coln county with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot 2 sets of Wagon Harness and one TERMS OF SALE. One-thir- d reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Is a blood Opposite the Court-Hous- e, or constitutional disease, and in order to cure It set of Buggy Harness. About 15 cash one.third m six months from you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrii All household day of sale and onethjrd jn twelve Cure is taken internally, and acts directly UDon bushels of Potatoes. the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh roods 11 the farm is not soia, n mnnt.s from that dav. Lien to be Ciir - is not n niiapV milllno Have Barbed Wire, Wire Fence, Poultry Neti -..u. iu ,vus ure t,uu. scribed by one of the best physicians in this will be offered for rent for cash in for deferred payments. retained country for years and Is a regular prescription. , ting and Smooth Wire and Nails. personalty maae TOTr,omK0 It is composed of the best tonics known, com- Hand. Terms-o- n v b- March iSfri AVWMXA Wb tW bined with the best blood puriaers. acting di- known on day of sale. p. m., in Stanford, Ky. at 1:30 rectly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients Is what proDon't fail to call when you need any of these Persons desiring further informaduces such wonderful results In curing catarrh. Mrs. Christ Gutiaan, Wm. Gutman, Bend for testimonials, free. my office in tion will call on me at N..T: GutmaR F. J.-- CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. or Phone No. 168. Stanford, Ky. Crab Orckard, Kentucky Sold by Druggists, price 75c. " 17-- 4 Sake Hall's Family Pills for constlpatiea. K..S. ALCORN. A. M. Bomc,v Auctioneer. Diversified Service. 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. rrr The Interior Journal I ttt- - I . I ! j',. '. ... MENJ . HEADWEA 17-1- LINCOLN Capital $100,000. COUNTY 11ATI0NALDANK. Stanford, Kentucky. Surplus $105,000. Resources $585,000 W. H. SHANKS, President. W. M. Bright, Cashier J. B. PAXTON, J. W. ROCHESTER, Asst. Cash Vice-Preside- nt I Hat "Corner Next Toj Court House." seven-colum- nt The Young Man. out-of-ord- er m-in- - Annual Clearance Sale. We will now give you one more chance to buy our Winter Goods at Cost, as we are making room for our Spring Stock. Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks, Men's Suits and Boys' Knee Pants, Corduroy Suits and'Pants, Men's and Ladies' Heavy Underwear, Caps, Sweaters and all Winter Goods at Big Reduction, as we need the room. Why pay more elsewhere? We are Price Makers. Look before you buy. the . Our Spring Selection 8. d, McRoberts & Bailey 1 ROBINSON'S THE BESTJPLOW FOR THEJFARMER, e. 1-- Profitable May-wood- 16-hcr- se The Chattanooga Chilled Plow Use it on Trial; 'if not Satisfactory, Come Back and Get Your Money. ss 1-- t -- GEORGE H. FARRIS. son-in-la- w, PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford. ac-He- ns, Genuine Oliver Plows And Repairs. . se T. D. Newliand & Son, -- & - Crab Orchard I .- - m,m. WE. PERKINS, -.- . 4 i The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, February 29, 1916 BE SURE TO CONSULT OR WRITE THE FIRST NUMBER FRIDAY NIGHT AT Heard About Town THE OPERA HOUSE. A splendid band will make music for the big lot sale Wednesday. It OFFICERS OF THE First National Bank, STANFORD, KY. Before Opening Your Bank Account. J. P. Spillman, James are here today representing Mercer county in the republican convention. five-passen- Messrs. A. M. Wash, W. N. Brown, S. T. Ransdall, F. P. Remedy Prescribed by Many Doctors COMPOUND OF SIMPLE LAXA- - They Will Pay You Three Per Cent. Interest on time deposits, and three per cent Interest on Savings Accounts, and will Furnish you the money to run your business, granting such accommodations as are consistent with conservative and progressive banking. WraBgSsa&sreHaBI laaKffaajffSfc&af MKHmmm '$?, Warn. M. S. Baughman, local agent for the famous Overland car, sold a Model 83-to J. W. Baughman last week. Mr. Baughman reports several prospective Overland buyers. B TIVE HERBS PROVE MOST EFFICIENT. W'M-- x SAVING, LIKE SPENDING IS A HABIT-Habit That Always Brings Wealth A Personal and Social Social Calendar. Feb. 29. Mission Study class of the Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs. W. N. Craig, at 3 o'clock. The Woman's Club will have its Arts and Crafts display at the Graded school auditorium. March 1 Young Ladies Sewing Circle will meet with Miss Gertrude March 1 Wilkinson. H. C. Carpenter took in he auto Lou;&ille last week. show Miss Mary Phelps, of Richmond, is the guest of Mrs. R. G. Hocker. John E. Riddle, of Brodhead, was the guest of Rev. Ed Hubbard early this week. Mrs. Ed Davis and baby have returned from a visit to her parents at .t Parksville. formerly of Stanford is very low at Bellingham, Washington of smallpox. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Castello have moved to their new home in Mercer county, much to the regret of their many friends here. Mrs. W. H. Worsham returned to her kerne at Corbin Sunday after a visit to her mother, Mrs. J. E. Gover, and other relatives here. News comes that A. A. McKinney, late last week for a short stay. Mr. J. T. Morgan, of La Grange, was the guest of his cousin, Miss Ruth Darnell, Monday. St. Clair Hughes Campbell will leave next, week for California on a prospecting trip. Miss Mary D. Kennedy, was the week-en- d guest of Miss Pril New-burof Hustonville. Mrs. G. G. Perry was the guest of her brother, Mr. B. M. Igo at Richmond Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fayette Wilkinson and family have returned after a visit to relatives in Lancaster. T. T. Martin, of Lexington, has been here, the guest of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hocker. Mrs. Charles Williams and baby, of Fremont, Ohio, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Powell and family, returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Rice and Mrs. J. S. Rice, went down to Louisville Monday afternoon for a several days' stay. C. E. Tate, H. J. McRoberts and Dr. E. J. Brown weer among local picture show fans who saw "The Birth of a Nation" at Louisville last week. n, W. C. Hays went down to Lebanon There it is again ! A See the look of fiendish glee as he is about to grasp the girl, all unaware of her impending fatel What is about? What does it all mean? You will find the answer in the greatest of Motion Picture Serial stories ever printed it all John Fields went to The congestion of stomach waste this morning to eat birthday dinner in the bowels is evidenced in various with Lnpan Stenhfinsnn. t.bp plpvpr land hustling merchant of that place .was; bloat'. eructation of foul stom- K neauacne, langour. all Mr. Stephenson gives his age as 28, ?L1 lnd,cate constipat-on- , and call for but Mr. Fields said it would be safe Prompt atte"tion, not only to relieve to add a few years to it. present aiscomiort but also to j Lue Col. Wince Wiseman, of Danville, avoid possible disease that follows of Revenue under Taf t, I neglect of this important function, Harsh cathartics and violent pur-- a king-pi- n h and a both as republican and a gentleman in this , Skives should not be employed, as part of the state, got over early for tnese affrd only temporary relief, the district convention, and was kept wnile they serve to shock the en- busy shaking hands with his host of tire system. A mild laxative such as friends. iur' Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is far preferable and Is now the remedy county generally used and prescribed by Four delegates from Casey got in early and included W. C. Cun- - many doctors. It is free from opiate diff, F. A. Land, G. C. Combest and or narcotic drugs, acts easily and Ad Thomas, son of Editor Henry pleasantly, without griping or other Thomas, of the Casey County News, pain and is a safe, effective family ' who pitched for the Lexington team in the umo state League last sea-- 1 son, and bids fair to break into fast company this season. . I sure-enougI i Dr. W. A. Evans writing for the Chicago Tribune, makes the assertion :hat practically everyone, at some time or other, suffers from constipation. This applies regardless of age or condition in life. Maywood Vy , 'W m "J MR. CHAS. SCHELL. remedy. relief himself by using Dr. Caldwc'l's Mr. Chas. Schell, 132 Church St., Grenada, Miss, writes that he found Syrup Pepsin and now keeps ic ob hand for family use. A bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin should have a place in every family modi-cin- e chest. A trial bottle can be obtained free of charge, by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 Washington St., Monticello, Illinois. 'TEE NIGHT RIDERS" lA . j The It is Claw By ARTHUR STRINGER a story that will hold your interest from the reading of the first installment until the last exciting adventure is related. It vyill make you realize that a new standard of excellence in Motion Picture Serials has been created. Arthur Stringer's stories have heretofore appeared in only the highest class of magazines. This opportunity to read one of the best pieces of fiction he has ever produced should not be overlooked. The picturized version produced by the Pathe Co. is just as interesting as the story; Sore to Read Be THE IRON CLAW the Pictures at the ' In This Paper Then See Moving Picture TheiteT Ij -- the "Night Riders" Julian Riff Judge Harbeck, his father, a powerful man in politics and affairs of the county W. Tabacot Virgil McMuIH: Julius VonGruenigan, formerly of George Flimflam, a speculator and promoter Stanford, but now a leading business Night Riders Tom Mosely John Hieh man of Nicholasville. was among the Evan Holden Horace Rife delegation of Jessamine county reJared Sparks Carrol All' i Earl Bali publicans here today for the district Clem Pascoe, a jockey and servant to Willis Silas William Nave convention. Mr. VonGruenigan has Uncle Stickney, a colored politician Solomon, George Baraett many relaties and friends here who Ikey Bloomingall,an aold servanttraveler ... .. Ora Barnett. Hebrew always give him the "glad hand" Mabel Shelby, Col. Shelby's daughter Lida Weddie Beck Shelby, her maiden aunt . Martha Tucker whenever he comes hack. Aunt Cissie, an old colored "mammy" . . Muriel Reid Ethel Burton was over Louise Clairville, an adventuress J. F. Cook, of Lexington, Farm Servants, Night Riders, Etc. 'Saturday to look after "his farming and stock interests here. He reportSecretary Jay Howenstine, of thejf " THE CJ.D RELIABLE" ed that he had just shipped a handStanford Chamber of Commerce, had some pair of saddle irares, one two and the other three years old to a large signs reading "Welcome to Mr. Lentz, of Jackson, "W. Va. One Stanford" printed and distributed all was sired by Alacan, the fine .young over town, which made a very favsire he sold to the Criban government orable impression among the dele jj AT YOUR DRUGGIST. j ' and the other vas rny King Edward gates and everyone. -- Henly Bastin and Judge Lewis L. j Walker, of Lancaster were the first republicans to get in from Garrard j for the convention today. County Attorney Green Clay Walker, of Lancaster, a brother of Judge Walker, yet a rampant democrat, came with them, having some ousiness in court. '. TO BE PRESENTED AT THE HUSTONVILLE OPERA HGUSE SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH 4, Beginning at S O'clock ADMISSION 15c and 25c Colonel Shelby, proprietor of a tobacco plantation. Roger Hkfcs Jack Willis, a young lawyer Reid Conway Edgar Harbeck, cashier of the local bank and secretly in league with MoUJvn ; aihc ifiv.iuuiama in TJ, A LCtS CAST OF CHARACTERS !REMED?FORMJah I II. Howard Newland has purchased a half interest in the large grocery and hardware store of his father, T. D. Newland, on IVIain street, opposite the courthouse, and the firm will in the future be "known as T. D. New-lan- d & Son. The junior member of the firm is one of the most popular and progressive young husiness men in this section, and his host of friends will hope for much success for him. Prof. Clyde Sturgeon, general manager of the Sturgeon Real Estate Co., of King's "Mountain, passed thru here Monday en route to Richmond, to attend the E. K. S. N. S. He will return in the spring to manage the work of the firm, when they are preparing to do big "business and have the I. J. to print a large catalogue which will be attraotivfe and enticing to homeseekers. Tobacco Cotton Without the advance in price. All Grades 2 to 4 See us before l-2- c. you buy SEVERANCE & SON. "Telephone as You'd Be Telephoned To" -- Miss Sara Hundley left today f or Stanley H. Thorpe, a promjsient Vanceburg, where she has a splendid business man of Richmond, was in position in a large millinery store, j the city last of the week. Mesdames W. J. Romans and W. T. afiss gessie Phillips spent of Garrard, were guests of j eral days with Tkst cousin, Mrs. Dppie Mrs. W. A. Carsoa. Brown at Lancaster. County Clerk G. B. Cooper and j Attorney C. C. Williams, b3l Mt. Assessor E. D. Kennedy, were in , Vern0n, was "here attending court Frankfort Saturday. j todayMiss Susan Fisher Woods left late i W. &. Turley t)f Kichmona, was last week for a visit to relatives and ("here to6ay witVhis sister, "Mrs. R. T. friends in Richmond and Mt-- Ster- - Bruce. ling. W. G. "McKinney, of Montgomery, Dr. W. B. Penny is able to be out Ala., passed through to Garrard this again after an attack of grip follow anDr.mi o vaslfc xelatinss. ed by pneumonia. Danville Advo-- . Matthew Fenzel is working at No. vatte- 4 tunnel, just north of Sinks, while Dr. B. D. Southard and little son, j that hole through the mountain is went to Mt. Ternon Sunday to 5ng enlarged, see his mother, Mrs. Mary Southard, i w. T. Stephenson of Lebanon who has been in feeble health for ' Jnnctum, is visiting his parerits, Mr. some time. and Mrs. IV. P. Stephenson, at L; Whiskers Young man, if you are not going to wear a full beard . V.JLV V oj1' ' ZL V J: X sev-Sutto- n, -- W.Jp!fc?fS s -- itiT y:- - at. r'".I'JT. '- - I -- be-Dav- e, Self-respe- Russian style then for the sake of your appearance keep neatly shaved. Neither your sweetheart nor your employer prefers to see you with a mess of sprouts on your chin half the time. begets the respect of others. ct i Ttfay-Tfoo- d. "&" courtesy is TELEPHONE of ordinary politeness and everyday kindness that we put into our conversation "when we talk by telephone. t of politeness and kindness used when we're voice to voice. Its the face to face brand f It's the same politeness and kindness that we like to receive from the other end of the wire. Giving a little thought to tele- CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & .TELEGRAPH CO. iMcorponfd phone courtesy and practicing its simple rules will make the telephone an even more efficient aid for you. "Telephone as You'd he Telephoned To" always. BOX 339, FKAJNKFORT, KY; is headquartered at Montgomery, "Wflnaeifnl, Simple "Gets-It- " Kevei Ala. Failsto Remove Any Corn Easily. "Wpuldn't it jar you? Hero Tvo WIN BASKET BALI. GAME been goiiiff along for years, with one The CaHwell High School has"ket desperate corn after another, trying to get rid of them with, salves that ball team were trampled under for the first time this season on last Saturday, Feb. 19th, by the Stanford V H K High School quintet. The game was slightly rough at times, but was hotly contested throughout. The Richmond team had played m numerous games before and as this was the second game for "Our Boys," much credit is to be given to them. The local team was skillful and showed a remarkable amount of speed, far outclassing that of their opponents. Shanks and Noe stood out a little in the throwabove their team-matBrown and Embry Hesitate! Use Sure "Gets-It- " for Those ing of goals and Corns and Save Your life and Tour ToesI are to oe congratuiateu ior tneir eat off the toes, tapes that stick to work. Tucker showed up well at the stocking, bandages and plasters that make a package of the toes, try- center, keeping up In tone with the ing razors and scis- other members of the team. All the sors. Then I tried 'Gets-I- t' Just one and you ought to have seen that corn boys give great promise of a good come off Just like a banana peel." It's simple, wonderful. It's the new way, team and hopje to contest in many painless, applied in two seconds, never hurts healthy flesh or irritates. other games. When the whistle blew Nothing to press on the corn. Never the score stood 39 to 12 in favor fails. Quit the old ways' for once anyway and try "Gets-It- " tonight. For of S. H. S. Arnold was the star for corns, calluses, warts and bunions. was as folThe line-u- p Richmond. "Gets-It- " is sold everywhere, 25c a Stanford Noe, F.j Shanks. by E. Lawrenc lows: bottle, or sent direct & Co., Chicago, I1L F.; Tucker, C; Embry, ,G.; Brown, Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy, G Richmond Arnold, F.; Powell, F.j'Landrum, C; Pifft G.j Asbell, G. by the Lincoln Pharmacy. -- Corns Come Off Like Banana Peel Mr. and Mrs. George F. De"Borde are enjsying a "big "box of fres"h vegetables sent them by foer "brother, Ed L-- Dudderar, the L. & N., 'who A Child Gets Cross, Sick and Feverish, When Constioated Coated Look, Mother! If Tongue Clean Little Lir-e- r and Bowels. is Shave Every Day We sell a complete guaranteed line of tonsorial articles: Razors, Strops Soaps Styptic Pencils Soothing Ointments W. ACEY, Proprietor. 1 Safety Razors New Blades Brushes Talcum Powder Dr. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmac-- s V If yo.ur little one's tongue is ed, coat- The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. I is a sure sign the stomach, liver and, bowels need a gentle, thor it -- ough cleansing at once. "When your es blood-bringi- ng ifornia Syrup of Figs," and in a few constipated hours all the clogged-uwaste, sour bile and undigested food will geni.ly'move out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. Sick children needn't be coaxed to XIa? n Xm1. Ann Lime Liiia Ian uaiiuesa nuit I A VfY fltf A " Millions of mothers keep it handy because they know its action Is prompt pud sure. They also know a little given today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a jottle of "California Syrup of Figs" which contains directions for babies, children of all ages and for grownups plainly on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here. Get the" gen-nin- e made by "California Fie- - Svrun 17-- 1 J Company." p, aww 4- c. child is cross, peevish, listless, pale-- , doesn't sleep, eat, or act naturally; if breath is bad, stomach sour, system full of cold, throat sore, or if feverish, give a teaspoonful of "Cal- More Cold Weather COMING Winter Is Just Getting StartedPrepare for CSST' It by Ordering Plenty of FOX RIDGE COAL fjwWTjpBffW &! 1 2mLUIa 1 50-ce- nt 3c at Yard 4c Delivered H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY i i ': . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, February 29, 1916 ping post, the archaic branding irons, the heavy oak stocks in whicn recal citrants were punished, together with k, :i ! that flower of Inquisitional ferocity, an elabora- - i the Spanish Screw-Jaction of the thumbscrew, in which aj prisoner's hand could be inserted and slowly crushed to a pulp. Yet cruel ' gates shut! e He had crossed the room, catching implements as seemed these of torture, stained with the tears and up his hat and coat as he went, and blood of another country, they were was already out through the door as FOR SALE 300 acres; FOR SALE. 38 acres, FOR SALE 190 acres; two no more cruel than the relentless light he finished speaking. Twenty steps residence; 150 acres in grass, bal- cottage; good barn; 5 miles from, miles from Hustonville; 130 acres in Golden's eyes as he confronted his brought him to the loggia railing. And r AUTHOR OF "THE OCCASIONAL OFFENDER," ance in cultivation; 3 large stock court house; bargain if sold at in balance in cultivation; prisoner, tied and trussed in a black Golden knew that no time was to be barns; 1 large tobacco barn; on once. WIRE TAPPERS," "GUN RUNNERS," ETC. oak chair close beside the old Span- lost, for already the sea had crept to residence; barn 50x70; large "THE FOR SALE gocd turnpike. This is A-- l farm. concrete silo; lencing all new; The drunkenness of the lip of the manor garden itself. ish Screw-JacNOVELIZED FROM THE PATHE PHOTO PLAY OF THE SAME NAME and right. "Get down to the wharf-cu- t frame residence on Main street, 3 good community; in the richest Price and terms blind rage sang through the planter's COPYRIGHT 1BI3, BV ARTHUR. tTKINCtB. FOR SALE 575 acres, 11-- 2 squares from court house; will sell pari of county. Price $75 per veins as he watched his stalwart ne- bring the boats," he commanded. Then nervously acknowledged the old re- groes thrust the ancient branding iron he swung back to his household servFIRST EPISODE miles from railroad station; in this for $1,700 cash down; will acre terms easy. tainer. ants, ordering them to carry above-stair- s into its brazier of hot coals. graded school district; will price not stay on the market long at the FOR SALE 70 acres; Golden leaped to his feet. He strode, everything they could seize. On Windward Island. "That is the hand that polluted her price. good barn; good orchard; , house as a whole or divide. through the silent house, body," his heart kept crying, as ho Then, as the water rose about his The sea wind, freshening as the white-faceFOR SALE. 54 acres; new FOR SALE 100 acres, 30 acres cultivation, balance in feet, he suddenly turned and rushed urn feU low, riffled the shallower chan-le- l hurried on along the narrow garden commanded the blacks to force house; new barn, 32 acres timber. Price $1,200. house; good barn, 225 fruit trees; back into the manor house. waters and struck inland to cool paths, and suddenly slackened his free arm into the screw-jack- . FOR SALE 47 2 acres; 70 acres cultivation, balance in in grass and cultivation; 5 acres pace as he approached the thick shrub- "And now crush it!" he called aloud. man "Margory," he" called, like a dunes of Windward the house; new barn; 27 acres timber; 3 2 miles from Stan- peach and apple orchard; balance bery beyond. The sound of voices "Margory, where are you?" He waited for some outcry as the gone mad. island. in timber; 2 miles from Crab Or- grass and cultivation, balance in ford. Price $25 per acre. call remained unanswered, lip of that came to his ear. Creeping forward he screw tightened on flesh and bone. But that On the most westerly timber; 4 mile of school. BarFOR SALE 35 acres; good chard. Price $28 per acre. island, shaded by a grove of rustling cautiously parted the branches. There, But the Italian remained silent. Gold- for the old negro nurse, at the first eucalyptus trees, a man and woman screened from the world about them, en, now white to the lips, ordered shouts of alarm, had caught up the gain at $1,200 cash down. house; FOR SALE 125 acres; 3 limestone land; Palidori stood gazing down into his the negro beside him to take up the child and carried her out through the stood staring across the beryl-tinteresiFOR SALE Beautiful new barn; 4 2 miles north of small houses; 2 barns; 50 acres sea-arbranding iron. "For that is the face," servants' entrance, on the way to the to where the shores of South wife's eyes. Stanford; 28 acres in grass, bal- grass and cultivation, balance in dence; on Lancaster street; 5 "I- - cannot give you the key," he where she knew the boats a voice within the frenzied man's wharf-cu- t Carolina lay low and dim in the disance cultivation. Price $3,400. timber; good orchard; 8 mile acres land. Price right. Easy heard her say. i"My husband still has heart kept crying, "that violated her to be moored. The child had proved tance. Easy terms. school. Price $15 per acre. terms. arms, too heavy for the quivering old "You were not made for a life like it" face!" girl, with her kitcan we'do?" asked the "Then what The negro knocked the coal cinders so she had left the this, ' said the man, speaking with that from the glowing iron. Palidori's mus ten still clutched to her breast, safe softness peculiar to the Italian. v Office 26, Lincoln Nat. Bank Bldg., while "I will give it to you tonight. It cles hardened. But still he was silent. in the doorway of a cotton-shed- , 'Lallan voice. "Brand the dog!" commanded Gold- she herself staggered out on infirm "It's the only life I've known for will be safer then," was the quaveren. "And after today I warrant this old legs to seize an empty punt driftlong years," she answered, with-a- t ing answer. ne "Then you must give me more than handsome face will bring dishonor in- ing bV on the rising water. But the looking at him. current was too strong for her, and to fewer homes!" "And it's the only life you ever will the key," murmured Palidori. Golden, dropping back, staggered boldonly, as the heated as the negress and boat were carried Once, and once know," he declared withsudden J. M. Craig, of Rockcastle, bought ness, "if you refuse to wake up to the away like a stricken animal and heard metal seared the flesh, Palidori away the water rose still higher about the child's feet. Yet, thinking more in this county last week 100 hogs' your husband is mad. I am no more. His last hope had withered screamed aloud. fact that "That's enough," Golden suddenly of her frightened kitten than of her at 6 a physician, and I knew. No sane man out. The worst was known. He reto 7c. his home, like a man in a gasped, as he steadied himself against own peril, as the flood crept closer brings a woman to an island like this, entered V. A. Lear, of Lancaster, purat his desk, to an island that's only fit for clams dream. He sat gray-face- d chased a calf from William G. An seagulls, and spends the best a sweat of agony beading his great and derson, for $10. body. Then, after an hour of silent years of his life yes, and her life looking for a nitrate mine that never wrestling with his soul, the natural Edward Scott, of the Goshen Mm mmm kI existed, and never could exist in such belligerency of the fighting man awakbought of T. W. Jones, 11 ened in him. Seeing only one course a place." shoats averaging 70 pounds at seven j "But my husband's workmen have before him, he sent curtly for three vrsti-fs-&HNW 'MBHWMiiwiiPiBSagMS cents a pound. anuo"' yiSmi found traces of nitrate," protested of his retainers, three huge negroes Jame I. Hamilton, of Lancaster, Mrs. Golden, fixed in her determina- whom he knew he could trust. To sold his 1915 hemp crop, a each of these he handed out a belt and tion of loyalty. it. yield to Spears & Son, of Paris, at Palidori, the Italian, laughed softly. holster containing a revolver. Then per hundred. lady, was he briefly and coldly gave his orders. j $11.50 "And that nitrate, dear will planted there by Golden himself. For "This island,"- - he grimly announced, Elias Griffin, who lives east of your husband is deceiving you. He's "makes its own laws!" Crab Orchard on the Lancaster pike, H. searching for gold, yellow gold, mil ' And late that night, when the hour sold to Lige Wilson, an East End for his intervention drew nearer, ho lions of dollars worth of gold. But trader, last week, a bunch of shoats! that gold he will never find, for it was almost able to exult in finding something against which to centralize that averaged 100 pounds, for $24. exists only in his imagination." t vague suspicions. He Harry D. Frye bought of Granville "I cannot listen to words like that, ' all his earlier mWSmi L wife; "I will moved with both calmness and pre- protested the azure-eyemule for $100. Lutes a CommisG. B. cision. He showed the quick instinct tiot!" Bless, of the Ottenheim He let Oscar "That's because you are afraid of of the trained hunter in seeking cover 'section, have 20 cattle to be fed on the truth. Why do you suppose Golden behind the heavy portieres, for the TwilfflntmtiTirTnBlMrMKi' m Br itfif Mr '$ $aBnaaEHK5&H5XMHHi silage until May 10 at 7 per T. G. 1915. reomlar has spent thousands and thousands in French window beside him commanded a view of both the library within saving his miserable island from the PT"mfpayneatand Jim RogersT'both col ocean? Why has he put up seawalls and the moonlit garden without. And I y I D. of the East End, traded some live or and dykes, "and constructed a great along the shrubbery of this garden heg stock last week. Payne ."swapped" levee like that to keep the open At- soon detected Paimori stealing, u in his hand and nawiiHflBmantvuttMHW-- mrrrrfwtmmtnmmmmterTfr fMwmrT oqop'.a thvkhuv a iiijiii i a traveling-balantic from encroaching on these a pony to Rogers for a buggy mare. f every a coat over his arm. Through the softprecious sand fields of his, at 1915, uotn are nusuuiji uucia uu j.cu'i.io high tide? Why, except to keep the ly lighted library, a minute later, the and always ready for a bargain when water back from that buried treasure figure of Golden's wife slowly ad they find it. vanced. She crept out through the i of his? And what has all this madHenry Fields, on the Somerset French windows, which stood open, ness brought to you?" pike, bought a drove of 7G shoats "I think I regret only the day that stepped down into the garden, and that averaged about 90 pounds from brought you to Windward island," she passed on through the shrubbery to $1 on waiting in the R. E. Horton, of Waynesburg, at where Palidori stood quietly replied, as their eyes met. 6 2 cents a pound; from twenty-on- e from 6 to as "And I, too, shall regret that day shadows. The watching husband could see the jthe same South End buyer, he pur-- i if it means I must go away empty two come together, he could hear the chased 19 sheep around $6.50. handed." WJXaAC ...1. !n.!Mr you murmur oi wueuug vui0. u k1Il think my husband would kill His Adversary 2 Catapulted Thurlow W. Jones bought of Hen1 Dog!" Commanded Golden. "Brand the "he heard you sneak to me like see Palidori s hand go out and clasp If ry Fields 34 shoats averaging 70 To 50 cents on $7,257,337.00 of property certified by Auditor Over His Shoulder. 3 He Hurried Her Out of the Room. the woman's $36,280.68 of Public Accounts this!" i the child clambered up the broken tim nmmds. at a ficrure close to G 4 . "CI "I will not go alone. I love you, one ot tne cenar pinars. tIXT 303.75 iuw mm m,. V5p1,1 cold Mr To 50 cents on $60,771.00 property listed by clerk.. roor. . ,i Palidori shrugged a shoulders. nnttnn.Rhfwl to the t. you to be happy!" him loose. And if he is seen on this . ," ou wc.B He is at least watching us from the and I want MliIn forinmiv fork " 01 , jones wo veai caiv, The woman's answer could not be island, after an hour's time, shoot him porch of the manor house there." an2,073.65 her lost nurse. Palidori, stepping sudden- like a dog! 162 poUnds at 8 cents a pound, and To 50 cents on $414,770.00 L. & N. R. R. property. nounced the Italian. "And that I heard. But clasped 70.92 UOlUeil, 111 uie uicauuuic, To 50 cents on $14,184.00 other property ifc,i V. nllini- - frf 51 R her in his arms, ly forward, A nervous sweat still showed in a through the flooded manor house 112.00 must accept as a compliment." J Roberts, of Pulaski, To 50 cents on $22,400.00 (Richmond Branch) L. & N ! and forced back her head until his across the 1.50 To 50 cents on $300.00 other property "Then we must go back," said the lips smothered the cry that rose to scattering of high lights locked him- threatening and storming and com- - ; "Uncle Jim ... sinewy face as he planter's 3,217.05 To 50 cents on $643,410.00 C. N. 0. & T. P. Ry servants to find his child. '' came xnrougn omnium ci.. woman, visibly alarmed. manding his her own. 28.00 self in his study and stared blankly "And you go back not believing in He was still deep in that agonized week with 30 head of mixed cattle, To 50 cents on $5,600.00 other property. planter stamped about the empty room. The wine of It was then that the - bound for the court day markdt at beof his old servme?" asked Palidori as he walked on the wooden floor, not with mere rage had already ebbed from his search when three a small surf boat ants appeared with side her. Lancaster. Before he got away from To 50 cents on $669,663.00 C. N. 0. & T. P. Ry. (in part) 3,349.82 signal to his waiting blood. Exultation no longer shone in you or believe in rage, but as a frantically for .him to come, jiere he s0fi and called 1,059.39 W. Jones three bulls To 50 cents on $423,754.00 L. & N. Ry. (in part) "I cannot believe servants. He could hear his wires his steely eyes. He crossed slowly to while 211.69 you! Even if what you say is true, there was still time. heifers at a nrice around To 50 cents on $42,338.00 L. & N. Ry. (Richmond Branch) n,i fwn already his three the window and closed it. He failed call for help, for and wild-eyeGolden, water-soake- d how should you know his maps and huge negroes' had dartedthrough the d to see, as he did so, the stricken figure refused their help ordering them gix centg a papers are worthless?" 43.24 f tWs dt soW To 50 cents on $8,647.00 Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co out away and bushes and surrounded Palidori. that slunk like a wounded snake that he would "If you doubt me. I merely ask that 15.52 mules to Richard To 50 cents on $3,105.00 Adams Express Co Italian, drawing his revolver through the garden shrubbery, the find his daughter. But as he stum- - four high-clas- s The you hand me your husband's keys. 92.50 & as he wheeled about, found his fire- figure that nursed a crushed hand, yet, bled amid the drifting wreckage and Gentry, of DanvUle last week for To 50 cents on $18,500.00 Stanford Water, Light Co Ice Co. :. 14.67 Then 1 will bring to you a bag of this arm suddenly knocked from his hand. on $2,934.00 Hustonville 50 sales made were To 50 cents on $8,411.00 Pullman Co. Telephone brink of the manor garden, 42.05 ... Chilean nitrate that he keepsJiidden Even before Golden could reach him at the wrathfully about and held his, fell against theboatside the negroes top prices. The cents To mare for To 50 cents on $14,769.00 Western Union Tel. Co turned 73.84 dragged him aboard and pushed off. i as follows : a away in his inner study, that he scathe was seized and overpowered and uninjured arm above his head as ho 50.07 mare mule To 50 cents on $10,014 Southern Express Co ters about in the plantation sands to held a prisoner. The master of the said: "May my other hand wither off, for already the water had weakened $235; a 17.64 hesithe manor foundations and the walls for $ig5; and a pair of horse mules, To 50 cents on $3,528.00 American Tel. & Tel. Co salt his famous mine with. You 34.36 his path was plain, was if youdo not pay, and pay a thousand- were falling about them. rTo 50 cents on $6,871.00 Southern Express Co not true, manor, once hesitation. a tate, naturally. But if this is one a four am the other not given to fold, for this!" Their progress was slow. It was ; . , . ,. ,ftn why should that inner room be so heard, up that man," was his curt ' "Tie ' !iU JIfli But Golden neither saw nor li... jeaiously locked and guarded?" 65.67 WllU UllilUUliy 111 i1inn milrl niiu l rl"l W. A. Tribble early this week sold To 50 cents on $13,313.00 Bank of Moreland command, "and take him to the manor for all his being was centered about that they threaded their way amid the 294.62 guarded only because the cellars!" about To 50 cents on $58,924.00 National Bank of Hustonville 77 acres of land, "It is his own misery of mind. 811.62 levee timbers, outbuildings and melan- a boundary of To 50 cents on $162,324.00 Lincoln County National Bank. Golden jewels are kept there," was Then Golden turned to his wife. His face was still buried in his choly debris of the plantation. Moro five miles east of 'Stanford on the To 50 cents on $22,680.00 Peoples Bank of Hustonville 113.40 the triumphant retort; "jewels worth "You will come with me!" he said, hands when the old negro nurse swiftly-movin154.64 second Crab Orchard pike, to J. A. Carter, Tn Rn nonc nn ssn.fl5?R.nn State Bank & Trust. Co in fact, was a t as he pointed a king's ransom!" 66.90 towards the open opened the door and his little daugh- boat which one of the negroes sud the consideration being $100 an acre, j To 50 cents on $14,880 Waynesburg Deposit Bank "Yet his loveliest jewel is not kept French windows. 278.09 nightdress and denly caught sight of. JanK ot Sstamora ter, Margory, in her acquires To 50 cents on $55,618.00 First National j The tract which Mr. Carter 71.10 under lock and key," murmured PaliCrab Orchard Banking Co It was not until she reached the holding a doll under her arm, cr.ept Golden, rousing himself at his serv-- 1 adjoins his land, and is splendid dirt. To 50 cents on $14,219.00 McKinney Deposit Bank 71.19 dori. "Unless you tell me you will center of the lighted room that she in to her father's side. 50 cents on $14,237.00 ant's -shout, saw that this second craft, tts acauisition makes his farm one To 4,194 Polls returned by Assessor at :l.ou eacn.. 6,291.00 bring that key to the shrubbery be- turned and regarded him with woundTo . "Where is mamnAi?" asked - .. Dearded white man, was 390.00 section of the To 260 Polls listed by County Court Clerk at $1.50 .ocf in yond the manor house I 'will take you ed yet pleading eyes. . . at her father s knee, feolden steamed , . orbv cotton-shed- . nn ' i my arms here, under your husband's , "You have dishonored my home, himself with an effort. $55,706.57 Wal-"Vn- n At th same , moment that he caught co" Total charged to Sheriff. zes!" ,. "Uncle Hare Povnter r of u and my name. That leaves you only tin mamma." he finally i' omht r ,., rioimnrpr ,T nriTHrv nil Lilts hie UUUe... Th Shfiriff is entitled to the following credits .ji6hi. ui. .0 "Stop!" cried the unhappy wife, as one tiring to do. You will go from said, looking away. nut "Flat section, sold to wm. oco- - To 50 cents on $75,559.00 Land and Town Lots, sold State and . roof of this shed he made out the hg- corn s stepped increasing closer to her. 377.79 . .that home," he cried, with But mamma was here.' County himself directing the ville, of London, 513 bushels of .o f p.im,i ., "Will vou brine: the key?" for Pall- - passion. ' l want you io go, auu gu , me i , 46.97 an ponts a bushel. Mr. Scoville To 50 cents on $9,395.00 Exonerated by County Court t urns tnn much for the torn and : uuu on'.f., w movements ot " ucaiuu 89.37 jri knew that jewels worth a. kings t now and neVer cross my path again! passion-tosseto London, too. To 50 cents on $17,875.00 Duplicated Assessments father. will pay the freight frenziedly rowing the boat. 185.61 ransom were also worth one final ef , cried, with her hand London, he sold Tn Kn rpnts on S37.123.00 Delinauent Property less $67.35 her away," he cried out to "Wait!" she "Take child they will kill my child!" To W. H. Brown, of 1,717.65 To 1,190 Delinquent Polls, Women, Firms, Etc., fort. on her heart "Listen to " the old negress. "For God's sake, take Golden. 6,330.67 350 Dushels in the shock for $190. To County Road Claims paid by Sheriff as he re She hesitated, white-faceUn- - her away!" "It is too late for words, I said. 2,420.12 0nfin iallhter showed on Palidori's m w Tnnps boucrht seven barrels Sheriff's Commission for collection on $53,033.67 peated the command. leave this house, I cannot Yet even when alone again his j Binister til 44,537.55 aa with his 80Und armif 4IU d Harve'- at 80 cents a By Treasurer's receipts to balance a "Yes," she gasped, as agony of mind remained with him, and he helfl breathe in it' 8truggllng figure in white buJieL child of six ran lightly from the manor $55,706.57 I did nothing wrong. Oh, God, again he sat in a stupor of misery , "But Ten house steps to meet her mother. if I had only known! If is and DanviUe last Palidori, lighting a cigarette, turned "I want you to go!" he repeated. tosome high class carelessly away and. sauntered G. B. Golden's hand trembled as she or of voices, the excited cries of run- to the oars, week, picking up ward the shrubbery of the eastern passed out through the door, but oth- ning negroes. He stared stupidly , ghe wm and horses. He made a num- Bufc flhe wiU llve in a mules child, erwise he gave no sign of the feelings coun- point Margory, the about him, pulling himself together. leaye yoU praylng sne ;' ber of purchases from Lincoln birdlike about swaying him. chattered and fluttered Then he rose and went to the window, j faa didj ty breeders and dealers as follows: her silent mother as she approached He took a great breath, strode As he did so a negro, hatless and coat- From Harris & Woods, of this city, a the house and passed inside. But on across the room, passed down the si- less, staggered in tnrougn tne siuay of the First Epi- mare mule; a four-yea- rThe remainder the wide loggia Enoch Golden, stern-Bye- d lent hall, and threw open the mas- door. IV RICHMOND, KY. sode of the Iron Claw will tr(be run oW horse mule) an(i a pair of three- paced back and sive oak. door that led to the manor .. and "Someone's done opened all the snown rin year-ol-d mules. The price paid it mare forth, seared by the fires of jealous cellars. the in Friday's paper. See opera house A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS sluice gates. The sea's er. v.o nnnrtpt was $1,050. From moving pictures at the He wheeled about and suspicions. of island!" These cellars were a series Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life Morgan Beazley, east of Stanford, , each Friday night. strode into the house. State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Keri- gloomy chambers, almost dungeonlike Golden was already on his feet. ytucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Mr. Harrison bought a pair of aged j He passed through the quiet room in the massiveness oi tneir wans, a his men down to "Get Johnson and until he came to his study and rang reljc 0f tne older slave days when the East pumps, and start them work--1 mules for $450; from Jack Beazley Constipation. wm 3 model school, new manual training building, practice - ing," mare for $125; from for a servant Windward island was both a distributhe called out. "And you, Stark, or troubled with con- a When costive Domestic Science. First mare IjHfSMS-l- c "Ask Mrs. Golden to come here," he ing pomt f0r the African traders and get Stevens and his men out to those fymnasinnu Second Term November 16, Term begins Tablets. Frank Smtih a Third Term Caribbean free sluice gates and work them shut. Get stipation take Chamberlain's agree for $170; from Fox & Wright, of commanded. a raiding place for the , January 25. FourtliTerm April 5, Summer School opens and most "She's down ia the shrubbery at booters. In the largest of these cham- - them shut if you have to swim out to, They are easy to take , June 14, Catalogue Frw. j. u. CRABBK, PmMcHt. an aged mare mule for whip-- them!" able , in effect. Obtainable every- Danville, , the East point iritk Doctor Palidori," j i,era gtill stood the time-wor' v.CLiSL'?! $250. where. old-timry "Tain't no use, masta," cried the terrified negro. "Dey's a'ready flooded more'n man-deeAnd we'se all a'goin' to be drowned 0 Gawd, we'se all goin' to be drowned!" "Get down to those pumps!" thun- dered Golden. "And get those sluice p. 1st of Properties in Lincoln County and Stanford For Sale. g-3sr ry k. d, Pali-dori- 's 1-- heat-bake- d 1-- 1-- d 1-- m 1-- full-vowel- A. B. FLORENCE, J Stanford, Ky. Farm and Stock News l-2c JM Another Butter Demonstration Next Saturday, 20-ac- re J I Be sure and see Bring your cream. We separate your butter while you wait. W. HIGGINS, Stanford. d I jB Br ! J?8'Jo four-year-o- ld -- l-- 2c 1 car-lyin- g HflBflHRIHKBfilSSI MmfMimi' 1 mBKSSB' pglJIPil h - & ! MWKmmKBmWMMftmmamSmmT 1-- VI I ! ! .... V SHERIFF'S SETTLEMENT Cooper, A settlement made by sioner appointed by the Lincoln County Fiscal with October term. Court at its Weatherf ord, Sheriff of Lincoln county, as the lection the county levy tor the year By order of the Lincoln County Fiscal Court, fifty (50) made at its regular April term, cents was levied on each one hundred ($100) dollars worth of taxable property in said county as equalized and certified by the Auditor of Public each male person Accounts, also a levy of .50 (21) years, returned over the age of by the assessor, and listed by the board of County Supervisors, and the County Court Clerk. Railroad Tangible Tax 3-- '' """ ' .', .. ...-i,;- Railroad Franchise Tax Other Franchise Tax , I t. . d, " five-year-o- ld three-year-o- ld I five-yea- 3 Bank Tax g, uumu tw I fi i I ... "" d A jj ......- ..to-w- it: ! I d, fair-haire- d I ', .'. - I" X tZZZFZZ JiffaStolSt -- tSLi two-vear-o- All of which submitted to the court. COOPER, Commissioner. fair-haire- d ( ld TfiTyoR . grim-lippe- d, J ! seven-year-o- ld seven-year-o- ld in ilia iJ mm li ti n 1,1! J. "isa-irtf- l ' . i "jI"i V .a