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Established 860.57th Year- .- No. 8 1 1 -- The IntekiIr Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, March 3, 1916 ' Tuesdays and Fridays r V s Y .MftV tf ,v "HALF A NEGRO" TO CHICAGO while a negro delegate, immediately in front of the rostrum, looked straight into Chairman Dixon's face Republicans Turn Down George Gentry at State Convention, Tho' Davison Makes a Hard Fight. The republicans of Kentucky in convention at Louisville, sat down "hard upon poor old George W. Gentry, the local negro, who has been fighting the battles of that party for over 40 years. Although the convention sent eight delegates-at-larg- e to the national convention, they only gave one place to a negro, and Phil Brown, a negro editor of Hopkins-vill- e got that, giving Kentucky as a number of negro delegates termed it, "half a negro" at the national convention. The "Big Eight" chosen were Ed Morrow, Marshall Bullitt, Judge E. C. O'Rear, A. E. Willson, Richard P. Ernst, and Congressman Caleb Powers, and Phil Brown, the negro. The feature of the convention from a local standpoint, was the hard fight made for a full negro representation, or two delegates, by Dr. Robert L. Davison, chairman of the Lincoln County Republican Committee. By a vote of 1,987 2 to 322 the convention, however, voted down all efforts to put Gentry on the delegation. The convention witnessed some warm times. The Courier-Journsaid the following of the 1-1-- 2, al ored, of Stanford, recommended by the Resolutions Committee, in its report, for indorsement for the post of assistant doorkeeper at the national convention, be substituted for one of the seven white men recommended for committeeman from the state at large. The motion was quickly seconded by other negro delegates, and soon the word went out that if the negroes were not allowed ,to have their way they would walk out of the convention, costing the Republicans 85,000 votes in the coming November election. Realizing the gravity of the situation, Edwin P. Morrow, at this point, in a dramatic speech, offered himself as a sacrifice. Throwing off the restraining arms of Maurice Gal-viof Covington; Caleb Powers and others, Mr. Morrow sprang to the platform and asked the convention to name the negro Gentry in his place. A storm of applause, dominated by a roar of "noes," greeted Mr. Morrow's suggestion. The delegates would not let the suggestion come to a vote. Dr. Robert L. Davison, of Stanford, advocating adoption of Wood's motion, said that were 85,000 loyal republican negroes in Kentucky and that unless they were given fair representation in the selection of delegates from the state at large they would be heard from in the coming election. Such turmoil prevailed at this point in the proceedings that it became necessary for the chairman to name three persons as sergeants-at-arm- s to restore order. Thurman Dixon, who was temporary chairman had barely finished his keynote speech when Dr. Robert L. Davison, of Lincoln county, inaugurated a ruckus over the number of negro delegates to be sent from the State at large to the national convention. "I rise to a question of personal privilege and information, Mr. Chairman," he said, as he made his way to the front of the rostrum and addressed the delegates, rather than the chairman. "I want to know what has been done for the colored republicans of Kentucky. I ask whether this convention is going to send two jiegro delegates to Chicago out of the eight, or only one. Heretofore one negro has always been sent out of four, and now if we are going to send eight then in justice to the colored man we should send two negroes with half a vote each, so the colored man will have one full vote as he always has had." Dr. Davison's remarks threw the convention into a mild sort of uproar. He had not finished his first sentence when hisses and cries of "sit down" and "throw him out" were heard. A score or more of delegates from all parts of the hall loudly shouted points of order which nobody could understand. A11 the tions. The colored Republican organizaImmediately following the reading the Republican Pacific of the report of the Resolutions Com- tion known as League, will, it is unand Political mittee, recommending that seven derstood, assume the direction of white men and only one negro be calling a second convention. George sent as delegates at large to the na- W. Gentry of Lincoln county, is prespandemonium ident of the league; Dr. E. Underconvention, tional wood, of Frankfort, is Vice Presibroke loose among the negro dele- dent, and J. E. Wood, of Danville, gates, who insisted above the hub- secretary; Ed Chenault and Ed Wilbub that six white men and two ne- lis, of Lexington, are actively intergroes be named. The fight to that ested. Chenault said that the colored delend was started by J. E. Wood, a egates had no voice in the convennegro delegate from Danville, who tion in many instances; that the moved that George W. Gentry, col- chairman voted them in some cases matter. and spoke vehemently in favor of two negro delegates. Chairman Dixon tried to explain to Davison, that he was out of order, but the latter stamped his foot, shook his fist and sat down on the By this chairman's desk smiling. time half a dozen .men on or near the platform were speaking. Secretary Alvis S. Bennett walked over to Davison and threw his arms around his shoulders, and the display of affection brought another smile from Davison, but no indication of a willingness to move. And then Mr. Davison, who never wearied of well doing, but kept, a seat within six feet of Chairman Moss and waited for openings, went to the front of the rostrum for the sixth time and, with a sweeping wave of his right arm, attempted to influence the audience. He did. The delegates howled and the band played till he sat again on the chairman's table. But the convention voted him and Gentry down. May Hold Negro Convention. That the action of the republican convention in turning down Gentry and the negro delegates is bitterly resented by them, is shown by a story in the republican Lexington Leader published Thursday which says: A second State Republican convention, is to be called at the instigation of colored Republican leaders, may be a result of the dissatisfaction engendered among some of the colored delegates by the Louisville resolu- YOUTHFUL, AMATEUR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS PLAY HAVOC WITH THE LIGHTING CIRCUIT IN STANFORD . current was turned on at the power house, reports came in from some parts of town of an unusual "jumping or jerking" of the lights, and try as hard as Supt. Frank Rout would, the Several nights last week when and attached it toone of the main feed wires, 6nVa'pole near his father's store. l.He had then run the wire into the"house, and at the time discovery was made, had it connected with the iron bed usually occupied by the The precocious youngcook. ster said that he plau&d to give that estimable persorii-- gentle shock, if his experiments worked successfully. Further, investigation disclosed thefact that playmates of young Ball had rigged up similar experimental plants, one planning to lijjfht his father's barn with electricity ,jthrough his a Crab Orchard nicely. DISTRICT K. P.'s onic electrical enneer, had in some way obtaineca' lot of wire, trouble could not be located at the plant, where it was supposed, the trouble was to be found. A careful investigation was then made over the lines and it was discovered that. Leonson of Mr. ard Ball, and Mrs.- - T. C. Ball, of Depot street, had rigged up a private electric plant of his own, for the purpose of doing some experimental work. The embry- - e outfit. Ball and the other youngsters involved, had worked out ingenious connections, but had overlooked the danger of being severely if not seriously shocked themselves by fooling with wires which become very "live" every afternoon when the "juice" is turned on at the powerhouse. All were told of the great danger they had unconsciously courted and their electrical experiments were most seriously discouraged by their parents and others concerned. With the dismantling of the amateur plants, there has been no further trouble with lights and power over town. home-mad- .lbJE Sk - FLORENCE HONORED AGAIN General NejvsNotes Louisville has a wad' dog scare. llliams. is dead Mrs. Cerro Gordi fP at Mt. Sterling. een appointed W. A. Doty ha .noau engineer iq iGarrad county. The big warehouj or the tanners )urned at Win- Tobacco Warehous Chester, entailing )ss of $30,000. bill to appro- The House pass! priate $5,000 annui ;for two years for the Illiteracy mssion. owned by a A store at Glai m, burned with cousin of W. J. a loss of $15,000; linted Fred P. Gov. Stanley i if- Lancaster to Frisbie police judi r. fill the vacancy ca by the s resig-Prathefour-year-o- ld WEATHER MARS LOT SALE Big Crowd Was Present and Satisfactory Prices Were Realized As Member of Republican State Central Committe from 8th District and that others were counted after they had left the hall. "The honest white republicans will concede that repwere entitled to resentation on the delegation. We were not consulted at all as to the one half vote proposition. The only Negro admitted to the party councils was Phil Brown, and we feel that he betrayed us. "If it had not been for the colored Republicans, who sat still in the boat and voted under the Log Cabin to a man, there would be no Republican party in Kentucky today. The colored voter has been the solid basis of Republican success in this state, and now all he asks is that the party will not permit a handful of officeholders to take away what little he has been given of party honors and recognition." one-four- th n, You Can't Find Any Dandruff, and Hair Stops Coming Out Sae Your Hair! Make It Thick, Wavy, Glossy and Beautiful At Once. Try as you will, after an application of Danderinc, you can not find a single trace of dandruff or falling hair and your scalp will not itch, but what will please you most will be after a few week's use, when you see new hair, fine and downy at first yes but really new hair growing all over the scalp. A little Danderinc immediately doubles the beauty of your hair. No difference how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. The effect is immediate and amazing your hair will be light, fluffy and wavy, and have an appearance of abundance; an incomparable lustre, softness and luxuriance, the beauty and shimmer of true hair health. bottle of Knowlton's Get a Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter, and prove that your hair is as pretty and soft as any that it has been neglected or injured by careless treatment. A bottle will double the beauty of your 18-- 1 hair. 25-cent 25-ce- nt STANFORD FAIR AUG. 23, 24, 25. The Harrodsburg Democrat, in mentioning the dates of the fairs of this section, says that the Stanford fair will be held the third week in August. This is a mistake. It is the fourth week, and the dates claimed are Aug. 23, 24 and 25. AN IDEAL SPRING LAXATIVE. A good and time tried remedy is Dr. King's New Life Pills. The first dose will move the sluggish bowels, stimulate the liver and clear the system of waste and blood impurities. You owe it to yourself to clear the system of body poisons, accumulated during the winter. Dr. King's New Life Pills will do it. 25c at your Druggist. Eighth District republicans held an enthusiastic and interesting convention here Tuesday afternoon, and elected two delegates and two alternates to the national conventon at Chicago, sending them without instructions in legard to presidential matters. George D. Florence, of as the Stanford, was Eighth's, member of the Sttae Central Committee, without opposition. nation of Judge bl !saved the lives A race, E. In a spirited ..,-tr u: uiic, utvu P. Black, of Madison county and L. ui ilia iarents' house F. Petty, were chosen delegates to brothers, when hy Chicago, with J. O. Russell, of Adair burned at Whitesl Ray Moss, of Mjqi fgjnery county, county and W. C. CundifF, of Casey county as alternates. King Swope, sold a green five-g- i ted saddle mare of Boyle, was named for elector, with by McDonald Chiei jfo a .southern W. B. Saffell, colored, of Shelby party for $1,000, Mrs. Eva Updei oqd)Kwife of a county, as assistant. A motion recPineville architect' lingerherself in ommending George W. Gentry, col- the asylum at LJexii Kton'.Jfwhere she ored of this city, for a member of naa oeen connnea: bf acute melan fjft1' from Kentuc- cholia. the delegation-at-larg- e Sam W. BedfordX a rvell known ky, was adopted before adjournment insurance man andyC. P.pf Lexng-toafter considerable discussion. has disappeared." 4Hjiwas last Every county of the 11 in the dis- seen near High BrxfgeaicL friends trict was represented when Chairman fear he is demented' yardluengineer Florence, of the district committee, forEdward HuffmanDjinyille'blew out the Q.'& C, at' called the convention to order, in the his brainswith a pisHol, at'his home courthouse at half past two o'clock. while hissWife was fiinrafil-eTheCircuit court had adjudged in defer- had a relative lCit'y. ence to the occasion, and the court- of Twenty-three- - at J unctioncounty farmMercer room was well filled with delegates ers, owning together 10,000 acres of and others. Judge Louis L. Walker, land, have signed an agreement that of Lancaster, who was the republi- they will not allow hunting for rabcan nominee for lieutenant governor bit, squirrel or quail on their places for a period of three years. This last November, was. placed in nomi- method is taken to protect the game. nation for temporary chairman of Squire J. Kinney has been appointthe convention by Henly V. Bastin, ed postmaster at Wabd, Rockcastle of Garrard, and elected by acclama- county, vice R. L. Bray, who tion. Judge Walker made a very apJohn B. Edwards was named propriate and pointed talk to the con- postmaster for Poplarville, Pulaski vention upon assuming the chair, county. which was received with applause. Mrs. Jennie Hanson Helm, who Hon. J. W. Wall, who represents the made a million dollars out of her counties of Casey and Russell in the magazine subscription business, died legislature, was made secretary, and at Lexington, aged 50 years. Among her bequests was $10,000 for a resupon motion of L. F. Petty, of the appointment of the usual cue home for girls in Lexington. Orders aggregating $4,000,000 committees was dispensed with, and the temporary organization made tons, valued at $240)00,000, have been placed in the steel market since permanent. January 1, and the crest of the boom The first business then taken up was the election of a State Central has not yet been reached, according Committeeman, Chairman R. L. Da- to statements made here today by vison, of the Lincoln county repub- leaders in the industry. lican committee, placed the name of BECKHAM FOR ECONOMY. Hon. George D. Florence before the The Senate postoffice committee, convention, and numerous seconds of wheh Senator Beckham is a memwere had to the nomination of this ber, adopted the Good Roads bill as prominent, popular and active young a substitute for the Shackelford party leader. There were no other House measure. Senator Beckham said his objection to the latter nominations and he was elected by the appropriation of a great sumwas at acclamation. one time. The Senate bill would Call for nomination of candidates appropriate over a period of years. Kentucky would get under it $1,507,-00- 0 for delegates was then made by in five years, startng with $100,-00- 0 Judge Walker. The name of E. P. the first year and increasing proBlack, of Madison was placed before portionately annaully. the convention by C. C. Wallace, of Is Worth Money. Richmond; that, of J. L. Butler, of Cut This Out It DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this Boyle, was placed in nomination by( slip, encolse with 5c to Foley & Co., Henly V. Bastin, of Garrard. W. B. Chicago, 111., writing your name and Saffell, a colored leader, nominated You will receive Ludlow F. Petty, of Shelby, and C. address clearly. in return a trial package containing A. Kenney, of Jessamine, was also placed before the convention. The Foley's Honey. and Tar Compound, coughs, colds and croup, vote stood: Petty 183; Black 103; for lagrippe Foley Kidney Pills, and Foley CaButler 67; Kenney 13. The vote for Sold everywhere. alternate was: W. C. Cundiff, of Ca- thartic Tablets. sey 157; J. O. Russell, of Adair 123; HUNZEN OSTERMAN. Rev. J. E. Wood, colored, of Boyle, Antone Osterman, aged 22, secur70. King Swope, of Boyle, and W. ed license Wednesday to wed Miss B. Saffell, colored, of Shelby, were Mary Hunzen, 19, on March 6. ,Both chosen elector and assistant for the live in the Ottenheim section and are district, by acclamation. of German parentage. The groom Upon motion of Dr. R. L. Davi- is a promising young farmer and is son, the convention voted to recom- said to be a fine fellow, while his mend to the state convention, the se- prospective bride is both pretty and lection of George W, Gentry, of this popular. city, for a delegate-at-larg- e from Kentucky to the national convention. FOR YOUR CHILD'S COUGH. Dr. Davison paid to Gentry a high If your child has a cold, nose runs tribute as a leader of his race, who or coughs much get a small bottle of had been fighting the battles of re- Dr. Bell's Its a publicanism for 40 years, and in ev- pleasant syrup, just ery way fully worthy of the honor what children like and just the medi he asks at the hands of his party in cine to soothe the cough and check the state. Rev. J. E. Wood, the col- the cold. After taking, children stop ored leader of Danville, also made a fretting, sleep good and are soon enstrong speech advocating Gentry. tirely well. Insist onjDr. Bell's 25c at your Druggist. The convention then adjourned. ed four-corner- ed under which should be chosen. A tremendous crowd was present when the sale began, but rain which came up during the afternoon thinned the crowd down considerably and the lots in consequence sold much below what they might have brought But for inclement weather, the big lot sale conducted here Wednesday afternoon by Waltton Bros., of Glasgow, would have been an unqualified success in every way. As it was, all of the property sold for satisfactory prices and the promotoers of the sale did not lose anything on their venture. Mrs. W. K. Warner had the honor of naming the new addition to Stanford Embry Heights, that title being selected by the judges as the most appropriate one and Mrs. Warner thereby won the $5 offered to the lady submitting the name n, '0 - .- portunity for an expansion of the city in one of the few localities which are suitable for home building along Lancaster avenue, almost out to the home place of the Embry fam- ilv. Thfi afrrrrprrntl nf tho cnloc amounted to over $6,000, which was the amount paid by the Messrs. Walton to Embry Bros., for the 30 acres which were cut un into lots and small and put under the hammer. Auctioneer J. G. Gallac-herof 'Louisville, cried the sale, and gave 1 ! If !." J? ' siiiunuiu ,ujHiacuo,. wane xne band pleased everyone with its music. The sales made were as folti-act- Some splendid building sites were opened up by this sale, affording op- better weather conditions. . 1 T c lows. S. M. Saufley, one lot $250; E. C. Garman, one lot $230; R. M. New-lantwo lots, $210 and $205; B. L. Fagaly one lot $201; J. M. Phillips, lots at $172.50, $167.50, $170, $60, d, Shel-byvill- e, $127.50, $127.50 $50, $38, $21, $21, $21, 13 lots at $39 and 12 at $44; a syndicate composed of K. S. Alcorn, J. W. Rochester and C. H. Foster bought six lots for $605 and several of the tracts as follows: 3.82 acres for $126; 10.95 acres for $115 and 4.3 acres for $115. W. M. Duncan two lots at $50 a lot; Harry Farmer one lot $120, Tom S. Farmer one lot $115. The Messrs. Walton, who are experienced real estate men, conducted the sale in a manner pleasing and satisfactory to everyone and made friends of all witli whom they came in contact. JOHN MILLER LOSES CLAIM An adverse report was sent to the House at Washington by the Committee on Claims in the case of Lieut. John P. Miller, of Lancaster, now on the United States warship North Dakota. Representative Harvey Helm sought to reimburse Lieut. Miller for passage of his father, John W. Mil ler, on a Government transport from Manilla to Guam in 1913. The committee recommended that the claim be rejected by Congress. WILL DISCUSS ROAD BONDS. The Chamber of Commerce will meet. Friday night at 7:30 o'clock in the directors' room of the Lincoln County National Bank. The Road Bond issue will be the principal topic of discussion. W. B. McKinney will open this discussion. Other matters of importance are to come before the Association. Every member is requested to be there and on time. The Contest for the best advertisement of Stanford, to be printed on the back of envelopes will close Saturday night. The High School pupils are especially urged to enter this contest. The prize of $5.00 will be awarded as soon as the judges have examined tht papers. Jones & Cress bought in Rockcastle county last week two loads of cattle for shipment at about 7c. They sold to J. B. Foster 27 stock shoats I at Our graded school is progressing TO MEET HERE Our teachers are putting forth every" effort for the uplifting and upbuilding of the bright minds Diadem Lodge To Be Hosts to Members of Ten Sister Lodges on entrusted to their care. And right here we will say we have never Thursday, March 30 known brighter talent than the young people here possess. Among Diadem Lodge No. 81, Knights of the recent .improvements for the Pythias, of Stanford, is to have the graded school are chairs for the honor of entertaining the District chapel room; shades for all the class Pythian convention this year. The room windows; and quite a number date will be Thursday March 30, and of new books for the library. Much already the local lodge is formulating of the fund for these improvements plans to give the visiting brothers a was raised by the teachers and hospitable welcome and reception. by means of entertainments. Hon. J. D. Dorman, of High Bridge, Quite an interesting program was District Deputy, has notified the lorendered by the pupils last Friday at cal lodge that the meeting will be the chapel hour in honor of Long- held here on that date. The followfellow's birthday. If we had space, ing lodges are expected to have rep-we would like to mention each pu- jresentation here: Temple lodge, No. pil by name, as all acquitted them17 of Burgin; Garrard lodsre, selves with distinction. On each 29 of Lancaster; Utopia lodge, No. No. Thursday morning hereafter will be 33 of Danville; Wilmore lodge No. held interesting exercises and the 52, of Wilmore; Pilot lodge No. 78. of Ford; Jessamine lodge No. 103, of teachers would be much encouraged Nicholasville; Estill lodge No. 159, if parents, and those interested in of Irvine; Madison lodge No. 160 of education would attend. The pros- Valley View and Normal City lodge perity and progress of every town No. 162 of Richmond. Tentative plans are being made depends largely upon its school. by Diadem lodge for a banquet or Misses John Eva Hilton and Ellen smoker in honor of the visiting Moore, two of the teachers, spent Knights, after the formal sessions Saturday and Sunday at their homes have been concluded. Several hundred prominent Pythians are expectin Stanford. ed to be present and the day will be Mr. Walter Edmiston visited his made a memorable one for everyaged father and his brother, Dr. Ed- one. miston some weeks ago and is looking well. He has purchased a nice THE HUNTER HOUSE SALE. farm near Morehead, and will settle The public sale of the land and down to farm life. Having visited personal property of Hunter House 27 states he finds none better than held last Wednesday at his farm 3 Old Kentucky. miles west of Lancaster on the DanMrs. Agnes Herrin has had quite ville road, drew a very large crowd, a siege with grip this winter, and notwithstanding the .inclemency of has not entirely recovered from the the weather, Capt. Am Bourne, the effects as yet. Lancaster auctioneer, gave the folMr. Leon DeBorde has bee"n con- lowing report of the sale, stating fined to his room with a severe attack that he did not know when he had of rheumatism-- , but we hope he will such a large attendance. Prices soon be out again. were satisfactory, the farm of 50 Mrs. Henry Brooks and sister, Mrs. acres being knocked to Malcolm Masterson, of Lebanon, are visiting House of Lancaster, at $96.30 per Mrs. Daisy Hunt for a few days. acre; a work mare mule Misses Cleve Brooks and Billy brought $68; a gentle, George Holdman were in Brodhead a driving mare was bid in by Arch day or two this week. Stevens for $60; a couple of Dr. L. F. Jones has purchased a fiillies were sold, one bringing Ford car, "$75, and the other, $60; a, brown handsome and is learningwtomanage ittwelH 'mare was sold to James. Wood. Mrs4T'nE1ulshes;h"efiricn"ds, f Bourne; of DanvilleTfof SUSOfa1 to know she has been quite sick all yearling horse mule went to Charles winter and would like to hear from Rankin for $50; a Jersey cow was any of them. sold for $60; a red shorthorn cow to Misses Cummins and Hurt are de- be fresh in March, was purchased livering some fine coal from their by Johnson Speaks for $50; a Jeryards at the mill at such reasonable sey heifer, fresh in May, was bought by Johnson Speaks for $35; a sow rates. Mrs. M. E. Fish has been quite and pigs were knocked off to' G. B. sick for a few days, but is some bet- Swinebroad; two gilts were sold, one being purchased by S. D. Cochran ter at this writing. Uncle John Edmiston continues to for $15.25, and the gilt going for improve and can walk about some. $14; 35 bushels of Irish potatoes Col. and Mrs. Guest, Dr. Doores and were sold to various bidders in small Mrs. Magee, Mrs. Egbert, Mr. Al- quantities at 75 cents per bushel; 40 fred Davis and Mrs. Frances Edmis- barrels of corn we reoffered and purton, Mr. Joe Pleasants and all of the chased by Hughes Brothers, of Lanolder citizens of our city want their caster at $3.95 per barrel; timothy many friends at a distance to know hay met with ready demand, the buyer being J. Speaks who paid 90 they are getting along nicely. Mrs. Tom Manuel, of the Cedar cents per hundred for it; fodder was Creek section, visited her son, Mr. bought at 15 cents per shock; household and kitchen furniture found J. F. Manuel this week. Mr. William McKinney, of Mont- - ready sale at good prices. gomery, Ala., is in our town for a DANGERS OF DRAFT. short stay. Drafts feel best when we are hot several guests at There have been our springs all winter, and accom- and perspiring, just when they arc modations will be finer next year for most dangerous and the result is its guests than ever before in the Neuralgia, Stiff Neck, Sore Muscles history of this grand old summer re- or sometimes an attack of Rheumatism. In such cases apply Sloan's sort. Liniment- - It stimulates circulation What about our electric lights? We wish everyone would attend to the sore and painful part. The the prayer meetings at the Baptist blood flows freely and in a short church on Wednesday night of each time the stiffness and pain leaves. week. Only a litle band in regular Those suffering from Neuralgia or attendance and you are so badly Neuralgic Headache will find one or needed, and there is such a grand two applications of Sloan's Liniment will give grateful relief. The agonwork to be done. izing pain gives way to a tingling SEWING CLUB ENTERTAINED. sensation of comfort and warmth and quiet rest and sleep is possible. Good The members of the Sewing Club for Neuritis too. Price 25c at your were very delightfully entertained Druggist. Wednesday afternoon by' Miss Gertrude Wilkinson at her home on LanENTERTAINED FOR SISTERS. caster street. An appetizing salad Mrs. W. K. Warner entertained in course was very beautifully served. honor of her sisters. Mrs. Fred Louisville The evening was both enjoyably and Neighbors, of of Knoxville,and Mrs. WednesEwing Stults profitably spent and the members are day evening. A delightful salad under lasting obligations to Miss Wil- course was served and the evening kinson for her hospitality. Present made a most enjoyable one. Among were: Misses Kate Davis Raney, those present were Mr. and Mrs. A. Lyles Cooper, Lottie Carson, Verna Rout, Anne Davis McRoberts, Mary C. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pence, Miss Early, Josephine Brady, Lucy Lee Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hill, Jr., WalLee Walton, and Mesdames Logan McCall Lyles Cooper, Miss Lucy Mrs. Sam ton, Miss Lottie Carson, and T. J. Hill. Robinson, Miss Sue Taylor Engle-ma- n, Miss Elizabeth Mrs. AnTaylor House, of Garrard, sold to nie Engleman, Mrs. Givens,R. Todd, W. Sherley Hudson a pair of horse mules Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon, Mr. C. H. Mo- pupils two-passeng- er - " 7 l-4- c. for $365. Pine-Tar-Hone- y. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Pine-Tar-Hon- ey. Changeable Weather Brings Sickness The changeable weather of March causes coughs, colds, croup and grip. There is no such thing as a "light cold" none that a person can safely neglect. Foley's Honey and Tar is a kidney trouble, act promptly. Foley safe and reliable family medicine Kidney Pills help the kidneys get rid that heals inflamed, congested air of poisonous waste matter that cause passages, stops coughs and eases troubles. Sold everywhere. breathing. Sold everywhere. OUT OF THE RACE. When one wakes with stiff back, pains in muscles, aches in joints, or rheumatic twinges, he cannot do his best. If you feel out of the race, tired, languid, or have symptoms of CANNOT PRAISE THEM ENOUGH Many sick and tired women, with ach,es and pains, sore muscles and stiff joints, do not know that their kidneys are out of order. Mrs. A. G. Wells, Box 90, Route 5, Rocky Mount, N. .C, writes: "I am taking Foley Kidney Pills and cannot praise them enough for the wonderful benefit I derived in such a short while." Sold everywhere. Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 3, 1916 . Jfr WwmM mm JW - , Greatest aie in 8 WWB Ol .? entucky The Most Wonderful House Furnishing Event In All the South All past March Sales will be eclipsed by this, the most extraordinary March Sale ever held. The values are greater the merchandise is better and prices lower All goods will be delivered direct to you in the quickest possible Your railroad fare will be refunded upon snava all purchases of $100.00 or more March On To March's March Sale Furniture "Carpets- Rugs Draperies, Wall Paper, Curtains, Bedding Priced Lower Than Ever Before. A few of the many wonderful values in this sale Bed Springs and Mattress Outfit Solid Mahogany Rocker &mz yr iW'-- -- t4 sMwp4i;Jf Single or double size, White Enamel or Vernis Martin Iron Beg!, two inch continuous post, five fillers, heavily built, strong and substantial. A good woven wire spring and a soft reversible mattress. This outfit would ordinarily cost you $1 6.50. Order one now. March's March Price Exactly Like Illustration $8.75 Made of solid mahogany throughout, absolutely no veneer, has high comfortable back, solid saddle d seat as shown, shaped arms and back, dull finish. Absolutely the greatest value in this the greatest of all March sales. A positive $30.00 chair. March's March Price hand-rubbe- $7.95 Axminster Rugs Floral and Persian Designs 27x54 inch $1.45 36x63 inch $2.50 : $6.15 4x6i feet 6x9 feet, seamless ...;. $14.25 $17.50 8x101 feet '. Complete $0.75 Bargains in Wall Paper Twenty beauitful designs for bed rooms and hallways; regular 10c quality, March's March Price 3?c a roll; choice collection of papers, all styles and colors, regular 5 c quality, March's March Price, 5c per roll. 1 , Body Brussels Rugs Stoves and Ranges Coal and Gas 9x1 2 feet, room size ......$13.50 Choice Colors and Designs $1.65 22x36 inch 27x54 inch $2.75 36x63 inch $4.95 9x12 feet, $23.50 9x12 feet, $26.50 5-frame 6-frame DETROIT JEWEL RANGES are the best to be found. The prices during this, the greatest of all March Sales are far below normal. Don't fail to come and see them. Sale Starts This Week. P- Be One of the First to Attend E. L MARCH KENTUCKY LEXINGTON E. L MARCH The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 3, 1916 FAMILY AVOIDS Author Page Three n. one-arme- of SERIOUS SICKNESS By Being Constantly Supplied With "THE OCCASIONAL OFFENDER." "THE WIRE TAPPERS," "GUN RUNNERS,"etc. Novelized from ht Thedford's Black-Draug- THE PATHE PHOTO PLAY OF THE' SAME NAME C.ii. 1,1, t AJtTHlIt STR1NCEX - Legato in his meretriciously sumptuous sitting room. For "Slim," whatever his aspirations in crookdom, was still a mere underling. "Who sent this?" demanded Casavanti as he took a note from his visitor's hand. "Legar," was the answer. The cadet puffed languidly at a cigarette as he opened the note and read it. The girl I spoke of will come to night at twelve. You will find her a flower that is ripe for the picking. And once the flower gets in your hands I want it kept there. Jules. Casavanti restored the letter to its envelope. Then he stood thoughtfully regarding his visitor. "Did anyone see you come here?" DENTIST he asked. "Not A modern equipped .office. Somno-for- prompt that I was wise to,'' was Slim's reply. anesthesia and orthodontia a "Then see that you get as quietly specialty. Phone 33, Hustonville, Ky. away!" Slim Legato, accordingly, kept a weather eye open as he emerged to the street. Nothing suspicious met his gaze. It was not until he had deDENTIST and reached the Myers House Flats Stanford, Ky. scended the steps limousine, running curb that a closed Office 240; Res. 165 Phc as quietly as a frozen river, flowed along the pavement little more than ten paces away from him. At the B. J. first corner it turned sharply and DENTIST stopped, obstructing the crossing. Rooms 28-2Lincoln Bank Building The debonair Slim drew up, blinkSTANFORD, KY. ing suspiciously at the mysterious vePhone 214 hicle. Then he blinked even harder, for from the open door window of the limousinea gloved hand had unmisDENTIST Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays takably beckoned to him. And the remarkable part of it all, to Slim, was at Crab Orchard Black-Draught. stomach trouble. Ten years ago a friend told me to try which I did, Thedford's and I found it to be the best family medicine for young and old. ht I keep on hand all the li.ne now, and when my children feel a little bad, they ask me for a dose, and if does them more good than any medicine they ever tried. We never have a long spell of sickness in our family, since we commenced using ht Thedford's is purely vegetable, and has been Found to regulate weak stomachs, aid digestion, relieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, headache, sick stomach, and similar symptoms. It has been in constant use for more than 70 years, and has benefited more than a million people. Your druggist sells and recommends Price only 25c. Get a Backage to-- d y. N. c. 123 Black-Draug- ht, Black-DraugBlack-Draugh- t." Black-Draug- McDuff, Va. "J suffered for several years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, ol this place, "with sick headache, and Twelve Years Later. Casavanti, the cadet, was a firm upholder of the pregnancy of apparel. He believed in keeping up appearances. He even reveled in his appellative of the Beau Nash of the Tenderloin. His clothes were of the latest cut and from the folds of his novelty cravat always flashed a "shiner" of the first water. There was, accordingly, almost a note of condescension in his manner as he received "Slim" Owl's cellar." "What's this?" demanded Legar, as without speaking, the handed the letter of mystery to his new-come- r, chief. "That's what I want to find out," was Slim's retort. "A gink in a Fif avenue hands me this and go-ca- rt speeds off." PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Dr. CHAS. HART Legar tore open the envelope. His ferrety eyes narrowed as he unfolded the sheet "The Hammer of God again!" he said with a sneer. But a troubled look crept into his face as he stood studying the message and the envelope in which that message had come. Then he laughed. But it was a laugh without mirth. "Palidori?" he muttered. "Why should I know anything about a man named Palidori?" "Then we'll strike before the Hammer does!" he announced, with sudden determination. And with a gesture of impatience he commanded the Owl to take him to the girl, the hidden girl on whom still hinged his dreams of vengeance. "McTigue," he called back as he went, "get Tatano and the taxi and be ready." Yet he showed no exultation as he followed the hobbling Owl along a darkened passageway and up a flight of wooden stairs leading to the floor above. Bent over a table beside the barred window he saw a girl, a girl still in her teens, a girl with a look of inalienable innocence still in her mournful eyes. And Legar, as he crossed to the table, saw that she was good to gaze upon. Yet at the sight of him she shrank back, letting the locket which she had just tied about her neck fall from her trembling fingers. "Don't cower that way!" commanded Legar. "I haven't come to bsat you. I guess the Owl gave you enough of that." "Then why are you here?" the questioning eyes seemed to ask him. "I've come to tell you I think you've had about enough of this sort of thing. It's going to be stopped, and you're going to see the world!" "You're going to set me free?" gasped the incredulous girl. "Free as a bird!" announced the ironic Legar. "And with as fine feathers as any bird that ever flew!" "I'm to be free?" she repeated,- - still dazed. "Sure! So get your things together, and do it quick. There's a taxi waiting downstairs. That taxi will carry you straight to my friend Casavanti. Casavanti is always kind to women, amazingly kind." He stood, ferret-eye- d and impassive, watching the girl as she feverishly -- door. He groped for thedoor handle, leveled his weapon and still watched Casavanti. But the door, he discovered, was locked. Perplexed, for one short second he turned and looked for d the key. But in that instant the Casavanti, beholding the revolver barrel waver from its target, saw his chance and leaped for his enemy. The force of that impact sent the mysterious intruder staggering against the wall and the revolver itself clattering across the floor. The girl screamed in terror as the two contending figures fought and writhed about the room. Hurrying steps and voices were already sounding from outside the locked door, and Casavanti, knowing the slimness of his chances, was battling like a wildcat. But the man in the mask, with an odd and quite unexpected movement of the body, brought into play that trick of catapulting familiar an adversary over his own shoulder, depending on the force of the fall alone for any final result. And the fall in this case was not a gentle o le. Seeing that Casavanti did not move where he lay, the stranger took the doorkey from the stunned cadet's pocket and called out for the girl to follow him. A moment later they entered the limousine and drove quickly away. "I guess that's one on Legar!" murmured the still breathless man in the mask. "Who are you?" demanded the young woman. "I'm only a hammer,' was the suddenly sobered reply. "The Hammer of God." tense-limbejiu-jits- u and"5acked "slowly Towards the "hall to nope, he auaeu wiin suauen pts-sio"All I ask is that once before I die I meet face to face that devil with his scar of shame!" and with a scar?" cried the startled girl, leaning suddenly forward in her chair. Golden wheeled about at her cry. "What does that mean to you?" "Why, it was a man with a scarred face who kept me a prisoner! It was he, Legar, who always told me my parents were dead." "Legar!" repeated the bewildered millionaire. "Legar? But my man's name was Palidori." "Girl, let me see your arm!" With trembling fingers he thrust up the flimsy sleeve, staring breathlessly e at the skin. Then a groan of disappointment broke from his d "One-armeone-arme- d milk-whit- throat. "No the mark is not there!" "What mark?" asked the wondering girl. "My daughter carried a scar on her right arm. My men, when she was a child on Windward island, caught and killed a shark. The child, when no one watched her, thrust a hand in between the brute's jaws. Those dying jaws closed on the flesh, and an iron bar had to be used to open them again. And they said that scar would always stay with her." The girl, wide-eyedropped back into the armchair. "Why, I seem to remember," she said, staring before her. "I seem to remember years ago, rows and rows of sharp teeth and the sudden pain as those teeth came together." "But the scar!" cried Golden. "There is no scar!" "I seem to remember about that, too. It was long ago, after Legar had brought me across water, and then miles and miles in a railway train. I remember him taking me to a man who wore round eyeglasses, and show- mg him my arm. This man gave me something to make mo sleep. But when I wakened my arm was sore again, for week's and weeks. And wnen it healed the scar was gone. I remember " But she stopped sud- denly, for the telephone bell close beside Golden shrilled out a sudden call. Mechanically the man at the desk took up the receiver, his eyes still on the girl facing him. "This is Eastman of the central office speaking," said the voice over the wire. "A short while ago a young woman was seen entering your house." "Well, what of it?" was the impatient inquiry. "Our office merely wants to warn you that the girl is Blondie Casey, the come-ofor the Cookson gang. She's the smoothest swindler in the business. And as long as that baby-eyeis in your house. Golden, your house will be in danger!" Golden hung up his receiver and sat studying his desktop. Then with his grim mouth fixed he crossed to the rear door and opened it, stepping out into the ball and peremptorily called for his butler as he did so. Manley, returning from his errand, at the same moment stepped into the room from another door. He stared at the girl as he stopped to pick up his pocket camera. "Who are you?" he pertly inquired, as Golden the room. But his eyes, the next moment, were on neither Golden nor the girl. His gaze passed beyond those two strangely diverse figures to yet a third, the crouching figure of .an eavesdropper clinging to the wistaria vines that framed the huge window on the far side of the room. Manley, crossing the room on the Tun, took the window, glass and all, in one leap. He landed on a hydrangea bush even as the burly eavesdropper dropped to the grass beside him. The next moment the two men clinched. The fight was an uneven one, but Manley stuck to his man. He stuck to him until that worthy, with a sudd den blow on the jaw, sent the young secretary staggering to the ground. Before Manley could recover himself, the mysterious eavesdropper broke away, vaulted to the street and signaled to a waiting automobile. Then Mauley's senses came back to him, and rolling over into the open roadway, he took the camera from his pocket and held it between him and the disappearing touring car. He pressed the spring, knowing that his telescopic lens would carry to the waiting film the secret of that mysterious car's license number. d, JuiSi . $pw. single bake-da- y fotsdto -- ato That's 1 Millions of housewives know this is the truth they realize the cost of a failure. r-- m (End of First Episode, to, be shown in moving pictures at Stanford Opera House tonight, Friday, March 3. Then follows the Second Episode, which will be shown Friday night, March 10.) SYNOPSIS. On Windward island Palidori intrigues Mrs. Golden into an appearance of evil which causes Golden to capture and torture the Italian by branding his face and crushing his hand. Palidora opens tlie dyke gates and floods the island and in the general rush to escape the iluod kiddaughter naps Golden's Twelve years later in New York one railing himself "the Hammer of girl God" rescues an eighteen-year-ol- d from the cadet Casavanti, to whom Jules Legar had delivered her. six-year-- T. W. PENNINGTON, Mar-gor- y. PERKINS 9, SECOND EPISODE W. W. BURGIN Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at Stanford Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding the fact that the drawn car curtains concealed everything but that mysteriously beckoning hand. Slim promptly decided to investi- Cemetery Hill, Phone 164 HARRY JACOBS Dealer In Fine Monumental Work Stanford, Ky. Closed on Saturday STANFORD, KY. gate. .But he also decided to advance with caution. Before he could place a foot on the runningboard, however, and thrust a pertly inquisitive head into the hooded gloom of the car, that car began to move forward again. Yet before it passed from his reach the gloved hand thrust into his own an envelope. On this envelope was Night Phone 186 Day Phone 95 M. CASEY, D. V. M. JNO. Veterinary Surgeon Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) Office: Burton's Stable Kentucky Lancaster, clearly in- scribed: "Dr. Ludwig Palidori, Care of Jules Legar," and beneath these words Slim's bewildered eyes made out the unmistakable emblem of a laughing mask. What it meant was more than he could tell. So inscrutable did this mystery seem, in fact, that Slim, after one minute of deep thought, promptly yet delicately slipped the blade of his penknife along the gummed flap of the envelope and forced it open. On a single sheet of paper he found written the cryptic words: "Remember the Hammer of God. which smites, and crushes whom it Livery and Hauling Call phone 249 and let us send our motor truck for your trunk, baggage or furniture. We have auto service bugor safe horses, nice, gies and carriages in our livery. Try us and vou'H be pleased. MASTERS. & BOWYER Kentucky Stanford up-to-da- te AUCTIONEERING I can get you highest prices for your land, stock, crops or household goods. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Moreland. Sales Cried Anywhere SEE THIS ENGINE! Call and investigate the merits arid GRAY ENGINE W. K. WARNER'S Plumbing, Tinning and Heating. Stanford E. Main St. Phone 188 price of the at Livery and Auto Service Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Buggies; Open Day and Night. Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Trial, We Will Please You. H. H. Carter, Manager. Phone 5. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford Daily Except Sunday Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at Low Charges O. L. MINKS, Proprietor TO THE PUBLIC made-to-ord- clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order, I will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples is now ready for your in spection. Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. er I represent the largest and best drew up before a brown-stonhouse. Up to the door of this house McTigue led the still wondering young woman. There his finger played cryptically on smites!" s Slim, the gay cat and gangster, puz- the electric push bell, sounding pass signal, and a moment zled much over this message as he restored it to its violated envelope later the door mysteriously opened and the girl found herself alone. Even and adroitly resealed the flap. "Now, who fell's gettin' his little before the door could close behind her limousine swung up knocker out fr the Doc?" demanded a that bewildered worthy of himself as to the curb and a hurrying figure he made his guarded way back to the stepped from its runningboard. Bui underworld rendezvous which was before that figure could mount the known to his confreres as the Owl's steps and reach the house entrance the heavy door had swung shut again. Nest girl, following a The Owl's Nest proper was an un- And the wide-eyesavory cellar room in one of the most footman in service uniform, mounted unsavory sections of the lower East the stairs to Casavanti's private side. Years before it had been a wine room. Casavanti, as he looked up and saw cellar, presided over by a Neapolitan of Mano Nero affiliations, until afed-era- l her, let the cigarette fall from his shoo-flmouth. in sesarch for "coiners," "The Doc was dead right," he said had been found stilettoed behind one of its casks of Marsala, whereupon under his breath. "She's a flower, all the Neapolitan had vanished and in right!" Then, still watching the girl, he due time the Owl herself had taken said aloud: "Are you afraid of me?" possession of the quarters. "No," was her answer. With the advent of Jules Legar, the "Then come here," he commanded. mysterious center of a mysterious cirBut she still stood gazing wonder-ingl- y cle of evildoers about whom, she about the room. A suspicion knew, it never paid to be too inqusi-tivlife had become easier for her. that all was not as it should be had Her cellar, inconspicuous in a dis- crept over her. "Why was I sent here?" she detrict so crowded with equally dubious warrens, had proved precisely the type manded, as Casavanti, white faced, of quarters the leader of the new cir- stepped closer to her. cle was in need of. And as Legar him"For this," he replied, as with a self stepped down into the cellar, ad- sudden movement his arms went out vancing with his peculiarly padded and encompassed her shrinking body. tread as softly as an animal steals in- She fought and struggled in that conto its lair, the Owl remembered' that taminating embrace, but her strength the hour of her reward was not far was not equal to her captor's. Casadistant For she had proved a jealous vanti, bending her body close to his, guardian of the girl whom cupped his impassioned lips over her Legar saw fit to keep hidden so long parted lips. It was several seconds befrom the world. fore he lifted his head. was plain to see that Legar was Before he did so, however, the closet If accepted as a leader by the half dozen door on his right opened and a figure dips and gangsters and stepped noiselessly out into the room. into whose midst he had so quietly It was the figure of a man who wore slipped. a laughing mask. "One word, you hound, and it's your "Where's Legato?" he curtly asked as he glanced about the circle. last!" said the quiet-tone- d voice That question answered itself, for the mask. But the revolver reeven as it was put Legato himself mained pointing at Casavanti's head . .the, girVs hjmji atraii Iili2e42sn into the dim light of the as-.te Casa-vanti'silent-running d thin-lippey, e, gathered together her meager belongings. He hurried her out of the room, then along the passage and down the narrow stairway and out to the street where the taxi waited. There McTigue sat ready for her. That worthy remained silent, however, as a sob or two shook the girl's body and a light of exultation shone from her timorous eyes. She too remained silent as they threaded their way through the darkened streets and fair-haire- d moll-buzze- rs be-hin- d ha gex.-iools- "Oh, this old scoundrel won't be too dangerously kind, especially until the ice is broken. I warrant you that much. But with him, I'll also warrant, you'll face none of the affronts that you may have faced in the O.vl's Nest." "But why should he be interested in me?" "Because you may remind him of a daughter he himself once had." "Then what must I do?" "You must put on a dress I have ready, one exactly like the one his own daughter used to wear. And I'd like you to let down your hair." So the girl, still touched with wonder, was cautiously led to another part of the great house, where she let down her hair and dressed herself in a girlish little frock which she found already laid out for her. And the won der was still in her eyes as the masked stranger smuggled her quietly down through the house, and, as the aged millionaire bent low to unlock the bottom "drawer of his desk, motioned her noiselessly into the library and into an armchair facing the desk. By the time Golden had raised his head again the mysterious stranger had slipped out of sight. Golden, as he sat upright, stared for several moments of silence at the you're wast"What's that strange figure in the armchair. ing your time on?" he demanded. "Who areyou?" the grim-faceold " laughed Manley. "If a the neatest thing in cameras that ever financier finally demanded. But the came into, America. That's a new girl remained silent. Golden, studying her more closely, Swiss telescopic lens I've just been adrose unsteadily to his feet. justing to it. Take a snap of a flea "How did you get here?" he asked. biting your ear eighty paces away! And your income on those tenements, And passing a hand across his moisby the way, amounts to an annual re- tened brow he asked still again: "Who turn of just 43 per cent of the capital are you?" "I don't know," answered the girl. invested!" Golden rose to his feet, and still But Golden's patience was exhauststaring hungrily at that mild yet clouded. "Get out of here!" was his brusque ed face, crossed to her side. He held her face between his hands, command. "Get down to Griswold's peering into it Then, with a weary bank with these checks, and be quick shake of the head, he dropped his about it!" Whereupon Manley meekly took his hands. "It was too much to expect," he departure. Two minutes later, howhuskily murmured. "Too much to hope ever, yet another figure was passing through the gloomy silences of Enoch for!" His face touched the Golden's home. It was 'a more purposegirl's heart ful figure than that of the lazy-eye"Oh, sir, what had you hoped for?" young secretary. And over the face she managed to ask. of this intruder as he cautiously made "I was his way through the great hcse was brokenhope for nothing," once the man's reply. "But I had band of yellow cloth, an cut in the form of a mask. The center a daughter, and I lost her." "How did you lose her?'.' of this, drooping apronlike almost to "She his upper lip, was marked by an in- child." was stolen from me, as a verted crescent, which at first glance "And what became of her?" lent to the partly-covereface the "God 'only knows! Yet, for a mofaint suggestion of an ironically laugh ment I was mad enough to think, to bone, . But.1 right gim-crac- k "Gim-crack?d -- The House of Unhappiness. Enoch Golden, with all his millions, was a hard man. Those closest to him contended that he had experienced much to make him hard. The one person who stood in any way intimately and personally connected with Golden was his young private secretary, David Manley. For young Manley, often enough known to his aasociatesJi"DaY,ie,"was both incorrigibly youthful and engagingly irresponsible. Golden, oddly enough, secretly liked this youth for his foolishness. Golden smiled a little as he stepped into his massively furnished library and found young Manley curled up in one of the great leather chairs intently working over a pocket camera and quite oblivious of the telephone bell shrilling from the rosewood desk beside him. Golden, as he .seated himself at this desk and curtly answered the phone call, blinked with mock disapproval at the youth bent over the camera. It was not until he heard Golden's great fist smite the rosewood desktop that Manley looked up. The man of millions was frowning over the letter still in his hand. "The condition of these tenements is shameful. Times are hard, and many, we find, are out of work. If you insist on raising the rents, as you threaten, our settlement workers claim that hundreds of the poor will have to leave their homes. So, for the sake of the mothers and children alone. I implore you to reconsider your earlier decision. "Sincerely, "AMOS SCHOFIELD, D. D." "The fools!" said Golden aloud. "They know as much about business, Manley, as you know about bond issues! Not raise my own rents! I guess Enoch Golden still knows enough to run his own business!" He stopped and looked at Manley. Working Over a Pocket Camera. ing mouth. Yet the unknown stranger was serious enough as he stopped before a door at the end of the second hall and pushed on one of a row of mother-of-pear- l buttons. The door slid noiselessly back at that signal, and an electric elevator rose automatically to the level of the floor where he stood. Inside the elevator, he touched still another button, whereupon the cage rose noiselessly. Once it had come to a stop, ho leaned against the apparently blank wall of the elevator shaft and studied it closely. His exploring plainly found there a secret spring, for the next moment a panel slipped noiselessly to one side and he stepped into the room so artfully fireproofed with pressed steel panels and grained to look like oak, which Golden had once used as his bondroom. That room, although not used for years, was at the present moment far from empty. For pacing restlessly back and forth, as the stranger quietly entered, was a golden-hairewoman of little more than twenty. The face under the mask smiled a little at her sudden movement and gasp of surprise as he confronted her. "Are you still afraid of me?" he asked. " hesitated the girl. "I'd give a good deal," declared the other, "to know who you are!" "I'm I'm afraid I can't help you any, in that," she finally told him. "Why not?" "Because I don't know myself." "I want to take you to a man who mayber interestea in you, who may even prove to be very kind to you!" The pale face with the haunted eyes suddenly hardened. "I no longer ask for kindness from men," was her almost passionate reIntently d "N-no!- why they stick to Calumet. appointments day be sore 01 uniiorm icsuus ii.u why Calumet is the most economical to buy and to use. It's pare in the can pure in tne baking. Order now! Received Highest Awards Kra Ctti Eni Fru S41 Shf Fiund Can. t. Ue J1 on tne saie sme use Calumet next bake-- avum uis- j: - Be I LKFJLftAl n d she-croo- k Cheap and fcigcanBakJngPcv. L'cradonst 'sPure save you money. Calnme .c soda. and far superior t,o sn- - - tort. PUBLIC SALE As we have decided to quit housekeeping and are going West, we will offer for sale on WEDNESDAY. MARCH 15tb, 191S 1-- grief-stricke- n d odd-lookin- g per 15. the farm containing 56 acres, 1 2 miles East of Crab Orchard on tb.fc Mt. Vernon load. Growing crop of' 35 acres of rye, 10 acres to go in. corn, balance pasture, 35 young,-bearintrees, 15 old trees, two wells,, house with six rooms, new barn and other outbuildings new. MACHINERY One Garr Scott power, in good Engine, shape; one Garr Scott 3Gx56 Sepacondition. One rator in first-claSaw Mill, in fine shape, two Saws, one Pape's Cutting Box with 30 fees 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 Cow, 5 years old, giving mill:. 15 Duroc Shoats, about 50 pounds, one Duroc Sow, 100 Brown Leghorn Hens, all young. Five stacks of Hay; 25 barrels of Corn; 125 shocks of Fodder, shredded in barn; one two-horwagon (The remainder of the Second Ep- and buckboard and hack, two Oliver isode will be published in next Tues- Chilled Plows, one Section Harrow, day's paper.) 2 sets of Wagon Harness and one set of Buggy Harness. About 15 bushels of Potatoes. All household FINE POULTRY goods. If the farm is not sold, it will be offered for rent for cash in hand. Terms Rhode Island Whites known on day on personalty made of sale. Something hew, yet winners and jirs Christ Gutman, Vm. Gutman, the sensation and attraction of the . N. T. Gutman show room. My yards compose the i Crab Orchard, Kentucky best to be had, coming direct from M. Bourne, Auctioneer. the celebrated and famous Excelsior strain. Yards headed by blue ribbon wearers. Eggs $3 and $2 for 15. PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS Have been tried for many years and each year finds them more popular Mr. F. W. Woehr, Factory Expert, and admired. The orders this year will be in Stanford March 3, 1916. have been so many my surplus is all sold. In my yards are found the LOW PRICES cream of the country. Eggs $2.50 16-hcr- se ss g lithe-bodie- 1-- se d want poultry for profit try Leave orders at Interior Journal ofthese breeds you will make no misfice or write direct to factory take. I still breed the Indian RunADLER PIANO COMPANY ner Ducks there is a reason Eggs $1.00 per 15. 29th and Chestnut Sts. Mrs. Sam J. Embrv. Stanford. Kv. 16-- tf Louisville,' Kentucky Phone 50; P. O. Box 91 If you- - Page Four 1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 3, 1916 THE 6REATEST HEALTH Qfetenheim PE-RU-- NA Diversified Service. This Bank Performs all the Functions of a Commercial and Savings Bank. Care of funds on checking or savings account, loans on good security, discounts, collections everywhere, transmission of funds by draft, telegram these are a few of the services which it places at the disposal of its patrons. Your business, personal or savings account is invited. ,Mr. Charles'feangloff and Mrs. Katherine Ostenrian, were Tuesday T. P. Taylor, Prominent Louisville joined hand and heart at the Catholic church. They are receiving Druggist, Makes Interesting many congratulations. Statement Mr. Anthony Miner sold a fine mule Tuesday. Mr. Paul Ennslin enjoyed a ride last Sunday afternoon with his leap year bride. Mr. Schmitz and son went out horse trading last week. They purchased a mule. Mr. Ernest Iverson and wife enjoyed a ride down St. Sylvester street Sunday morning. He promised the Ottenheim boys a treat. Wonder when it will' be. INSURANCE IN THE WORLD f For Catarrh Wherever Located. X sure, safe, time-frie- d remedy for Catarrhal Affections of every description. Sold by all Druggists. Write the Peruna Co., of Columbus. Ohio. They will advise you free. MEN'S HEADWEAR. There is not an article of a young man's wearing apparel he enjoys more or is more particular about selecting than his Hat or Cap. The curl of the brim, the taper of the crown of his hat, the length of the visor, the flash of the color of his cap, all impress W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, sold to C. M. Dean, a pair of mare mules for $340. He bought of Lucius K. Perkins a pair of mare mules for $300. six-year-- A UNIQUE RECORD Very Few Like It In Our Broad Grateful testimony for Doan's Kidney Pills, published everywhere is of itself convincing evidence of merit. testimony forms still Confirmed stronger evidence. Years ago, a citizen of this locality gratefully acknowledged the benefit derived from Doan's Kidney Pills. The statement is now confirmed the proof more convincing. Cases of this kind are plentiful in the work of Doan's Kidney Pills the record is unique. John T. Barnett, carpenter, Rowland, Ky., says: "I have used many kidney medicines in the past few years, but Doan's Kidney Pills was the only one that gave me relief. My work calls :fJor heavy lifting and much stooping. This weakened my kidneys and caused attacks of lumbago and a severe ache across the small of my back. I also had other annoyances, caused by weak kidneys. Doan's Kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills brought prompt relief." OVER THREE YEARS LATER, Mr. Barnett said: "I have had no return of kidney complaint since I used Doan's Kidney Pills and I look upon the benefit as permanent. Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Barnett had. Foster-Mil-buCo., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 18-- 1 rn Lincoln County Nationaldank. "Corner NextToICourt House." Squeezing Blood T. P. TAYLOR "The greatest health Insurance In the world Is the simplest," he said. "I never could quite understand why people are so negligent in the use of the simplest of all preventives of illness. It's all a matter of keeping the bowels open. The man who carries a little bos of Resall Orderlies has got a good health policy in his pocket. I believe they are the best laxative ever prepared, and their pleasant taste appeals to men, women and children alike." Out of a Turnip A Lot of People Apparently Think -- It Can Be .Done. "You can't squeeze" blood out of a" turnip." This is absolutely true, but a lot of people evidently don't be- .Stanford, Kentucky. Capital $100,000. Surplus $105,000. W. H. SHANKS, President. W. M. Bright, Cashier B. PAXTON, J. W. ROCHESTER, Asst. Cash Vice-Preside- nt Resources $585,000 J. lieve it. You can't expect nervous, run down men and women to be cheery, normal beings. They don't get one-ha- lf out of life that they deserve. But We have tne exclusive selling rights for a lot of people expect it of them. this great laxative. The Young Man. While the older man is impressed with the price, the service and comfort. The Interior Journal S. M. Saufley. A WORD FOR MOTHERS It is a grave mistake for mothers to neg- PENNY'S DRUG STORE THE REXALL STORE In every community there are a legion of these men and women. Not really sick, perhaps, but affected .Publisher lect their aches and pains and suffer in silence this only leads to chronic sickMoreland. $1 a Year When Paid in Advance; ness and often shortens life. $1.50 When Paid at End of Year. Ifyourworkis tiring; if your nerves are Mr. L. P. Hughett, of Indianapolis, excitable; if you feel languid, weary or Entered at the poslofficr at Stanford a second depressed, you should know that Scott'3 arrived Friday to accompany his wife maO matter class Hinulsion overcomes just such conditions. and children home Sunday. Mrs. It possesses in concentrated form the Hughett having spent the winter with There is talk of Governor Stan- very elements to invigorate the blood, her mother, Mrs. J. H. Reynolds, of ley's calling an extra session of the strengthen the tissues, nourish the nerves Morealnd. and build strength. Mrs. Marguerite Bishop and chilGeneral Assembly to take up the Scott's is strengthening thousands of dren, of near McCormack's Church, matter of adopting a better system mothers and will -.help you. No alcohol. have returned home after spending Scott & Bovt- Blooiaficld. N. J. a few days with her mother, Mrs. J. of taxation in Kentucky. It would H. Reynolds. be a poor Legislature that could not Mrs. J. H. Keynolds received news there again, and it's a conservative several days ago that her daughter, improve upon the present one. Democrat. Well, we would estimate that an extra session would Mrs. R. S. Bloomfield, of Springfield, 111., not have a new legislature if an ex- cost the taxpayers from 100,000 to case is recovering from a very severe of smallpox. tra session should be called, Brer. 200,000. Do the taxpayers want an Timoney, but the same set of fellows extra session? They do not. LOSE THEIR BABY DAUGHTER Margaret Ellen, the daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Johnson, died at their home at ShelOC'UGH, by City, Tuesday, after a short illness FOR of acute indigestion. The little one was laid to rest in the Hustonville COUGHS AND COLDS cemeterv Wednesdav aftpr sfiruicpo at the grave by J. C. McClary, of Make the Best Remedy at Home 128 Teaspoonsful for 50 cents. this city. The fond parents and the grandfather, Mr. Evan Lyons, have In buying this remedy, besides secur- tne sympatny ot a host ot friends in If everything was sold in as liberal and fair a manner as the below named drug- ing an absolute guarantee of its efficiency their bereavement. gists are selling Schiffmann's New Con- from these druggists, you also get about COLDS QUICKLY RELIEVED. centrated Expectorant, absolutely no eight times as much medicine as you cause for complaint or dissatisfaction would in buying most any of the Many people cough and cough ready-mad- e kinds, which avercould possibly arise from anyone. These druggists say "Buy a bottle of this rem- age from 20 to 32 teaspoonsful, because from the beginning of Fall right thru edy and try it for Bronchitis, Whooping 50c worth makes a whole pint (128 tea- to Spring. Others get cold after Cough, Severe . Cough, Croup or any spoonsful) when mixed at home with cold. Take Dr. King's New Discovpint ery and you will get almost immedif Bronchial Affection, and we will return simply one pint of sugar and your money, just the same as we do with of water. This remedy positively does Schiffmann's famous Asthmador, if it not contain chloroform, opium, morphine ate relief. It checks your cold, does not give satisfaction, or if not found or any other narcotic It is pleasant to take stops the racking,., rasping, tissue-tearin- g cough, heals the inflammathe best remedy ever used for any of and children are fond of it. You will be these complaints." Why not take ad- the sole judge, and under this positive tion, soothes the raw tubes. Easy to vantage of this guarantee and try this guarantee absolutely no risk is run in buymedicine, and get your money back, rath- ing this remedy. Druggists everywhere take, Antiseptic and Healing. Get a er than buying another purely on the are authorized to sell it under the same 50c bottle of Dr. King's New Disexaggerated claims of its manufacturer guarantee as Schiffmann's famous Asth- covery and keep it in the house. "It or on the strength of testimonials from mador of "Money Back" if not perfectly is certainly a great medicine and I others and run the chance of getting satisfactory. R. J. Schiffmann, Proprietor, keep a bottle of it continually on something worthless and also wasting Saint Paul. Minn. Guaranteed here by your money? Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. hand" writes W. C. Jesseman, Fran-coni- a, The N. H. Money back if not satisfied but it nearly always helps. YOU SHOULD HAVE A BOTTLE OF CARD OF THANKS. CRAB ORCHARD WATER We desire to extend our sincere Concen trated. your home at all times. Get rid of the habit forming laxatives and thanks to our neighbors and friends in Break away from the patent medicine habit. Use Nature's for their many expressions and evii cathartics. dences of sympathy in our recent beown remedy for Stomach and Liver Trouble. Physicians, Nurses, Druggists people who know, use the mineral water treatment because it is reavement, and also the physicians the better, safer way. unIf you are subject to Stomach, Liver or Kidney Trouble send One who labored so faithfully and hustoday for a thirty day treatment of this famous water. It is sold ceasingly to save our beloved Dollar under this guarantee: "If it doesn't help you when taken according to band and father. Mrs. Thomas J. directions your money will be refunded." Send a dollar today for a bottle Oaks and children. Har-rodsbu- rg seven-months-o- ld BRONCHITIS, WHOOPinQ CROUP, one-hal- with a nervous debilitated condition so that they imagine countless things are wrong with them. They have frequent headaches, are sluggish in mind and in body and they haven't enough real energy to make them in even the little things of life. They haven't enough rich, red blood to nourish their bodies. Their vital organs are congested. They need something to speed up their assimilation to a normal state something to bring back old vitality, and a cheery view of life. They need soemthing that contains the right nerve food, tonic, invig-oratand appetizer which will awake their sleeping energies. Tanlac is designed especially to meet these conditions. For the relief of stomach, kidney and liver ailments and catarrhal affections of the mucous membranes it is believed to be without an equal. It fortifies one to better encounter fatigue, exposure and the daily grind of life. Tanlac has won the greatest sucIt cess ever scored by a medicine. could not have done so without superlative merit. As the proof of the pudding is in je eating, so is the proof of Tanlac in the taking. Tanlac now may be obtained in Stanford at G. L. Penny's, and at W. C. Bryant's, where it is being personally introduced and 18-- 1 explained. ATTENTION! self-relia- nt self-relian- ce Mid-dlebu- rg STORE-KEEPER- Our Spring Selection Comprises the young men's Hats and Caps in the very newest shapes and colors, and the older men's, or staple shapes in light colors and black. Caps, 50c to $1.50. Hats, $1 to $5. Sizes in men's staples as large as 7 We should be able to suit and fit any one. 5-8. or CENT -A- -WORD ADS l (Ads here are cent a word each issue, cash with order ; no ad. less than 25c each issue.) McRoberts & Bailey STANFORD KENTUCKY LADIES be sure to read W. H. 17-- 1 Higgins' ad. TWO rent over desirable front rooms for "VV. H. Higgins store. 17-- 2 FOR SALE $550 Kurtzmann upright piano, good as new, for sale at low price. Address Glenn Ricketts, Nicholasville, Ky. 16-4- p FOR SALE. Two pair of coming mare mules; have been worked. H. C. Anderson, Stanfrod, 18-- 3 Make Your Drug Store Trading Both Easy and Profitable We claim to sell goods that any drug at the lowest prices high character. We claim to give MINERAL WATER SALES COMPANY CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Old Prescription For Weak Kidneys Annual Clear ance 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 areiPriceMakers. . Look before you buy. j- - A medicinal preparation like Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, that has real curative value almost sells itself. Like an endless chain system the remedy is recommended by those who have been benefitted to those who are in need of it. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rois a physician's prescription. It has been tested for years and has brought results to countless numbers who have suffered. The success of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rois due to the fact that it fulfills almost every wish in overcoming kidney, liver and bladder diseases, corrects urinary troubles and neutralizes the uric acid which causes rheumatism. Do not suffer. Get a bottle of Swamp-Rofrom any druggist now. Start treatment today. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send 10 cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and menton the Journal, Stanord. ot ot ot -20 Handsome oak sidelarge Moore's Airtight Heatboard; road in this county. For particulars er; medium size Cole's Hot Blast and advertising plans address Coop- Heater; bargains. T. A. Rice. 15-- 3 er Medicine Company, Dayton, Ohio. FOR SALE I can furnish lumber to build houses on the lots you PUBLIC SALE bought at the Auction Wednesday. 18-- 1 Joseph Wieland. oi.the C. Hill Farm, at Maywood, Ky. John As agent of the heirs of John C. Hill, MISSISSIPPI black alfalfa land deceased, I will on for sale. Stock farms a specialty. Two exceptional bargains. Registered MARCH 13th, 1916 MONDAY, Duroc-Jerse- y boar pigs Defender being county court day, offer for sale and Professor strains $12.50 each. publicly to the highest and best bid- Paul Finch, Crab Orchard, Ky. 12-- 8 der that farm owned by John C. Hill at his death, situated at Maywood, FOR SALE. Seed oats, orchard Lincoln county, Ky., and containing grass seed, baled Timothy, clover and and three about 108 acres, the sale to be cried alfalfa hay, four mules, three young mares, door in in front of the court-hous- e fresh Stanford, Ky., on that date at 1:30 hornless Shorthorn bulls; some More-lanJersey cows. A. W. Carpenter, p. m. ; Ky. 16tf The farm will be offered in three tracts and then as a whole, the bid FOR SALE. I wish to sell the realizing the greater price to be ac- lumber and brick, windows and doors cepted. house; must be torn in a nice This farm lies right at the Louis- down in next 60 days; house located ville and Nashville railroad station at on the Danville and Stanford pike, Maywood, and is only five miles from near Hanging Fork bridge. Apply Stanford, the county seat of Lin- to Dr. J. T. Hammond, Shelby City, 18-- 4 coln county. Ky. TERMS OF ,SALE. One-thir- d cash, one-thiin six months from in twelve d day of sale, and L. Beaziey & Co., months from that day. Lien to be retained for deferred payments. Remember the date March 13th at 1:30 p. m., in Stanford, Ky. HRIHIHHHKBIPKHi n Zrr! Persons desiring further information will call on me at my office in Stanford, Ky. d, rd one-thir- Ky. S DRUGGISTS An exclusive Tanlac agent is wantFOR SALE. ed in every town, village and cross you the finest store can offer consistent with you a service pleasing in the extreme; to treat you fairly whether you come in person, send the children or order hy mail or telephone. We guarantee service that is satisfactory. Really, you can always do better here. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford. T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Court-Hous- e, Have Barbed Wire, Wire Fence, Poultry Netting and Smooth Wire and Nails. Don't fail to call when you need any of these or Phone No. 168. J. More Cold Weather COMING Winter Is Just Getting Started Prepare for It by Ordering Plenty of FOX RIDGE COAL 17-- 4 K. S. ALCORN. F ' HI MOR 11111 Undertaker Embalmer Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. A FEW J. C. M'Clary In-ter- or DROPS BOURBON POULTRY CURE 1 V, --" &u -- v jt ROBINSON'S 7 pi In the drinklne water Makes Hens Lajf Amazingly Cures Roup, Colds. Cholera, Prevents SickLimberneck ness. One 50c bottle makes 12. Mn4ItnA. At dfHTnnllnnd 3c at Yard 1 4c Delivered REMEDYFORMEN. -- Blstsorbymailpostpald. soie poultry dook ucc. -- Valtt-- . A7 sr.i w. 'V'R DR JGGIST. . REMEDTC8. LMagtaa, Ky. New Stanford Dr z . " Undertaker Embalmer Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 Stanford, Kentucky. . J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD. KEI.TUCKY .. Ufc. s. - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 3, 1916 BE SURE TO CONSULT OR WRITE THE Eage Five' OFFICERS OF THE First National Bank, STANFORD, KY. Before Opening Your Bank Account. They Will Pay You Three Per Cent. Interest on time deposits and three percent Interest on Savings Accounts, and will Furnish you the money to run your business, granting such accommodations as are consistent wiiii conservative and progressive banking. SAVING, LIKE SPENDING IS A HABIT A Habit That Always Brings Wealth Personal and Social Social Calendar. March 6. The Mothers' Club will meet with Mrs. J. C. Bailey Monday March 6 at 2 o'clock P. M. Mrs. Luvicia Martin has returned from a visit to relatives at Perryville. Miss Louise Thomas, of Frankfort, is the guest of Mrs. S. J. Embry, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Welburn were in Danville Wednesday. Miss Mabel Gum, of Lexington, is the guest of Miss Lucinda Lutes. J. W. Rout, Jr., is on the sick list this week. M. B. Salin was down from Thursday evening. John H. Woner is out again after a mild attack of something like appendicitis. Miss Elizabeth Givens, of Hubble, was the guest this week of Miss Sue Taylor Engleman. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Baughman has been quite ill for several days. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shanks have returned from Columbus, Ga., where they have been for several weeks. Harry Farmer, of State University, spent several days this week with the homefolks here. Tom Farmer, came over from Danville, where he is employed, to attend the big lot sale. W. S. Hays, a popular drummer for the Avery people was a guest of his friend, Rev. W. D. Welburn this Mid-dlesboro WOMAN TROUBLE Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound Helped Her. week. Mrs. J. F. Cummins and Miss Ida West Danby, N. Y. "I have haa ( Cummins are visiting Crab Orchard nervous trouble all my life until I took relatives. Lydia E. Pinkham's Mrs. W. R. Rice, of Louisville, IlllHIIIIIP'fll'llllll Vegetable Com- who has been ill for some time, is pound for nerves the guest of Mrs. Susan Yeager. and for female trouMrs. Will Goode and son, of Boyle, bles and it straight ened me out in good came up today to spend a few days -r shape. I work nearly with Mis. BVJ.. Carter. J6L. Mill srapt i ill all the time, as we Mr. J. T. Wilkinson has been conlive on a farm and I fined to his home on Lancaster street have four girls. I do for several days, with illness. all my sewing and Ed Welburn is the week end guest ' other work with of his uncle, G. B. Pruitt, of More-lan- d. their help, so --- 1s Hk' shows that I stand it real well. took the Compound when my ten year old daughter came and it helped me a lot I have also had my oldest girl take It and it did her lots of good. I keep it 5n the house all the time and recommend it." Mrs. Dewitt Sincebaugh, West Danby, N. Y. Sleeplessness, nervousness, irritability, backache, headaches, dragging sensations, all point to female derangements which may be overcome by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. This famous remedy, the medicinal ingredients of which are derived from native roots and herbs, has for forty years proved to be a most valuable tonic and invigoratorof the female organism-Wome- n everywhere bear willing testimony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I it Miss Hannah Doty, of Richmond, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Dee Goode. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Severance have moved into the residence occupied by Mr. J. W. Clarke family. and Rev. and Mrs. Homer Carpenter e, and little daughter, Eleanor, of are guests of Mrs. Carpenter's parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Carpenter, here. The Dixie Rook Club was most de lightfully entertained Thursday by Miss Sue Taylor Engleman at her home on Lancaster avenue. After the games, an exquisite luncheon was served, and the afternoon was one of the most enjoyable the members have had during the season. re-cent- ly Shel-byvill- afternoon and Dr. D. B. Southard attended the Republican Every Corn Vanishes "by Using- Won this week. convention at Louisville Never derful, Simple "Gets-It.- " J. C. Lynn received a fine female Fails. Applied in 2 Seconds. Scotch Collie from GifFord of Olathe, Isn't it wonderful what a, difference Kas., by express Thursday. just a little "Gets-It- " makes, on National 3'.nk Examiner John E. night, corn? and calluses? It's always many Chenault, is in Stanford, going over somewhere in the world, with, the books the two local rinuncisl ,?. Absolutely Pure institutions, which he will undoubtedly find in good shape, for there are No No no stronger banks anywhere than the two in Stanford. Harry Jacobs, the monument man, sold Mrs. C. W. Spangler, of Crab who recently granted license by FARM AND STOCK NEWS Orchard, a large French Greek gran- Judge Bethurum. will hang out his c. R. Martin, of Boyle, bought of to be a duplicate of the ite monument James E. Gooch monument in Goshen SinoBfficln ,h,0ArtdtoarndeyaSeaorSen'S: 7 Bottom two stock Mfm cemetery. This monument is to be Florence, who has one of the largest weighing 650 pounds for $74. placed on the family lot in Crab Or- practices at the local bar. Pope & Robinson, of Garrard, pur- chard cemetery. The I. J. regrets very much that chased a Jersey cow and calf from Crab Orchard's splendid water is to be exploited by a new company half a dozen or so of its best country W. A. Price, of Lancaster for $(55 were crowded out this Thomas C. Rankin, near Hubble, which has been organized at the cap- letters heavy run of advertising. issue by a All ital of the East End with Sam J. will be printed next week however. has a b,S herd of cattle about 10 Tatem as president and a good ad on fattening rations, the vertisement is to be found in another , Complaint having been made oflnead good violations of the ordinance against , beeves to be ready for the market column today telling about the qualities health skating on the sidewalks on Logan j by July or August, Care! I Got Rid of My restorer. of this celebrated will be avenue, parties offending are hereby "Whce! I Don' company The new Corns With Gets-I- t' !' known as the Mineral Water Sales notined that said ordinance will be ' folks humped up, with are warned to faces, gouging, picking, drilling out Company and some real live boost rigidly enforced andaccordingly. By Boy packages of their corns, makingbandages, tapetheir ing will be done. There is no better govern themselves and medicinal water in the world than order of the City Council. toes with plasters, A. B. contraptions, anu me "noiier in 18-- 2 their corns goes on forever! Don't that at Crab Orchard and the new Florence, Mayor. you do it. Use "Gets-It,- " company which will market it intends it's marvelous, simple, never fails. Apply it in to let the people known about it in , Nothing to stick to the. 2 seconds. News of the Churches Old sayings like this are fraught wiifa stocking, hurt or irritate the toe. the only proven successful way a most important meaning. And wnt "clean off," thru judicious and persistent adverPain stops. Corn comes gems Mill aid the cxpeclaut quick. It's one of the of the you'll kick from Joy. For tising. mother in cocker Ins world. Try it Regular services at the Baptist corns, calluses, warts, bunions. her health, her Attorney Herbert Reynolds, who church Sunday. Preaching morning "Gets-It- " is sold everywhere, 25c a strength, her mental and evening by the pastor. bottle, or sent direct by K. Lawrence repose and the ab& Co., Chicago,. 111. sence of vesati o u s Rev. W. D. Welburn, pastor of pair.3 is a subject ot Sold in Stanford and recommendthe Methodist church, will preach at moment, .linon; ed as the world's best corn remedy, Neal's Creek Sunday afternoon at rxoRTjiscd With a cool breeze blowing tie splendid helps is by the Lincoln Pharmacy. j 2:30 o'clock. The regular services rem e d y a ! and a sparkling sun overhead. wili be held at the Methodist church known as "Mother's Friend." Applied to Sunday morning and evening. Miss Mary Walden Gooch was in Nothing less than a new soft the muscles it sinks In Baptist Young Peoples Union SunRichmond Thursday. deeply to muko them will do to greet the day. hat day evening, at G:30. Clarence Sinf rm and pliant, it th 0. G. Speake returned to hi? home lifts the strata on gleton's division will have charge. at St. Johns, Kansas, after several You'll like our display for llghtea- tlc produce Presbyterian Sunday, ligamentson that nerv...w pain, itinduces cnlis. church, weeks at his old home here. harden the spring. Every man who has March 5: Sunday school 9:30: ser- - restful n'glits cf health-sitinsleep ami Mss 'Gertrude Wilkinson is spendseen them is enthusiastic. vice 11 o'clock, subject: What Makes makes the fjavs suany and happy. Got a ing a few days with her cousin, Mrs. P ""MnHiAi-'- o "EVitiI r i.? r , --- . aw ... t tr ..w... nf -- .., ilminmr an Jiincmy. u. d. ..ueeimg ltttf.yon Jack Casey, at Lancaster. Ha bcem Hats from everywhere that WHJT i.uonev Thp rnnwemfinn nf btrengtn , antl ,5,,.,.,,Wl11 l!ienIUrealize in oarittcst h0IWB narao trnc lo Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pence went to good ones are made. rsaim sy. service at o ciock. ' throilh three generations. It fa perft! By Cincinnati today to buy goods for the ThP C. K. District fnnvnntion will harmless bnt so effective hat oaee mt E National $1.50 to $3.00 big furniture store of Pence & Hill. all expectant Htotfaars J ARTHUR STRINGER meet with the C. E. Societies of the is recommended lo through the oreal Iff & went Miss Florence Acton, daughter of $2.00 to $3.00 Star Hats Presbyterian those vl ease. By WTitinp to BradieU Stanford Chrirtian and surpriin Dr. J. M. Acton, of Lancaster, suc Hi Author of "The Wire Tappers," "The Silver churches March It will Regulator Co- - 112 Lamar BJoy., Atlanta. Ga Keith Hats $3.00 Poppy," "The Shadow," "The Hand cessfully underwent an operation tor close with a Missionary Pageant un- you can have a free copy of a wondcrfel of Peril," Etc., Etc. appendicitis Sunday. .vfe'eh Stetson's $3.50 to $4.00 der the supervision of Misses Esther stork hock that unfolds Uwse tluacs "Wr? all expectant mothers delight to read. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Eads, of ShelHiggins. Burch and Elizabeth todav. On a little island off the Caro-linNew shapes of pearl, brown, by county, have beer, spending several days with her parents, Mr. and blue and green, conservative a ruined home broken i Mrs. T. D. Newland. or as "smart" as you choose. hearts vows of vengeance a Miss Edith Royalty, of Laura, lost child treasure trove and an Newest shades in Jockey Caps Montana, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. E. S. Fisher. flood attend as "The Iron ocean 50c to $1.50 Mrs. A. H. Severance is the guest Claw," our new motion picture of Dr. M. C. Heath, of Richmond Remember we have the reputathis week. serial story comes into being. tion for showing the new styles William Yager went to Carlisle first. While you read, twelve eventful this morning to spend a few days with Dr. and Mrs. N. H. McKinney. years roll swiftly by and "The Mrs. J. B. Paxton is spending the Iron Claw" leads you into haunts j! day with her mother at Lancaster. Arch McKinney, Jrl, who was reunspeakable where the master ported as.t issue msf being ill with minds of vice and crime conspire. smallpoxi in Oregon, is improving rapidly, his friends will be glad to Then enters The Laughing Mask learn. acting the role of "The Hammer AND Mrs. H. M. Brooks and Mrs. R. of God!" Masterson, who are the guests of their brother, Emmett Cabell, are And but read it for yourself. now visiting Miss Daisy Hunt, at The first story of the series will Grab Orchard for a few days. John DeBorde, who has been asappear in this paper soon. sisting his brother, Jailer George DeIn '!The Iron Claw," Stringer STANFORD'S BEST STORE Borde, during court, was called to onhis home at Crab Orchard by the illturns all accepted notions of writness of his brother, Leon DeBorde. ing upside down and creates e The Good Cheer Club gave a covsituations that make thrills alterof Mrs. A. ered dish Catarrh Cannot Be Cured H. Baugh party in honor at the home Hustonville of nate with fever heat and icy with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they ennnot of "her sister, Mrs. J. W. Simpson, J reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh la a Wood last Thursday. chills in the minds of his readers. Wayne County or constitutional disease, and In order to cure it you must take Internal remedies. Ball's Catarrh j You will enjoy every installment Cure Is taken internally, and acts directly upon sefe. the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh thoroughly! Read it! WARD-ROS- S. Cure is not a quack medicine. It was proscribed by one of the best physicians 5n this "Ed Ross and Mrs. Hattie Ward, Then see the films at the motion country for years and is a regular prescription. It Is composed of the best tonics known, com- both of Lancaster, went to Nicholas- picture theater! rcctiy on the mucous surfaces. The perfect Vl"e ar,d were married by the Kev. combination of the two iuRredlents is what pro- - p Thp groom i! tnp Olliy duces such wonderful results In curing catarrh. . J. tit . IN Utter. . send for testimonials, free. son of jaiier David Ross of GarraTd, Read the story in the I. J. and see F. J. CHENEY. & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. ' SALEM & SALEM - aTld the bridP was the wldow of tlie the Iron Claw at the Stanford Opera Sold by Druffsists, price 75c. Take Hall's Family PI113 for n:t?rnHrm, late William Ward. tonight, Friday, March 3. House - "Corns All Cone! Let's ALL Kick!" Heard About Town Dr. R. L. Davison, J. W. Williams ROYAL Alum BAKING POWDER Phosphate , First Showing . cork-screw- ed The For Spring is Father to the Man v-- st I HC rtask ImAm 11 till ! - i - i i "; .. g a ;, 1 , 24-25-- as A Lady's Nice Skirt For tpl.ZD. Was Priced at $3.50 to $5.00. 1 PHILLIPS -- House Dresses at 89 Cts. PHILLIPS Sold Previously At $1.00 to $1.25. I These Bargains are for Saturday ly, but we have many more just like them. Come and We are agents for McCalFs Patterns. J THe Bargain Store I Buy Your White Goods and Other Wash Goods Now LONG CLOTH Extra good values in Long Cloths at 0c 20c and 25c. 1 1 1 1 6 Priced Here Without the 2-3- Ad- c. " NAINSOOK We have excellent values at 5c, 20c and 25c. We have a special Nainsook at 5c. Ask to see it. vance, and the Colors Are NEW SKIRTS We are now showing the new 1916 style skirts. Novelties and staple goods at $5 to $ 0. 1 E I RENFREW DEVONSHIRE This is a new wash fabric for childrens dresses and waists. A good wearer and fast colors. Our price 20 cents per yard. NEW SUITS New suits are coming in by every express. We will show you some new ones every day. CHECK DIMITY For children's dresses at 10c, 15c and 25c. Better Than Those on the Market Later LINENS. Any thing you buy'in Linens now, at this store, you buy for less than value. " Severance & Son NEW COATS ; The new Spring Coats are very pretty and reasonr able. New ones coming in every day and stock will soon be complete. . , All sizes; white at 8c; all colors at Oc. These are good days to crochet. NEW GINGHAMS There is already a big advance in all colored goods, but none here. New Spring patterns at 0, 12 2 and 5 cents. t MERCERIZED MADRAS A new fabric for shirt waists, 'colored stripes. The price is only 9c per yard. COTTONS For white sewing without the advance on them. 1 1 C. M. C. 1 -- 1 1 tofr Severance & Son age Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 3, 1916 Hustonville Clarence Dunn and bride were here the last of the week with their parents, on a visit and returned to Stanford on Monday. Willie Dock Drye was up to see his mother Sunday and eat dinner with her. The petitioners for the road bond issue are anxiously awaiting for a petition to be started in the West End so they can sign same and have it. ready to be presented on county court day, March 12th. J. P. Riffe has engaged his spring lambs to Myers & Co., at 10 cents for June delivery. Miss Florence Spragens and Mrs. John Reynierson were here last week on their way to Moreland, where Mrs. Reynierson was to take train for Danville for a visit to her sons. Mrs. Uriah Dunn rented part of her house and garden and five acres of land to go in corn for the remainder of the year to a Mr. Cooper, of Harriman, Tenn. P. W. Green returned to Lexington Thursday after a short visit, to W. W. Wright and family, out on the Liberty pike. Dock Drye was here last week on business. L. M. Reid and family, of Parks-vill- e, spent last week here with relatives. Powell & Depp sold a work mule last week for $110. C. C. Carpenter sold a fancy pair of bay work mules, coming to J. L. Harrison, of Newport, Tenn., for $450. They weighed 2,300 pounds. Dink Jarman sold a Dig- Puff your way into the joys of Prince Albert! of the national joy smoke! Fire up a pipe or a makin's cigarette as though you never did know what tobacco bite and parch meant! and parch by a patented process controlled exclusively by us. You can smoke it without a comeback of any kind because P. A. is real tickled to death. Dr. Bohon and son, Hudson, of Kidd's Store, motored here Monday on their way to Danville. They returned Tuesday. W. D. Stagg, Jr., sold to James Yowell a 1,020-poun- d fat cow for $58. Mrs. S. D. Yowell and daughter, of Danville, were visitors to relatives and friends here, from Monday to Wednesday. Dr. Thomas Bohon,' of Kidd's x MMMMMMftftMMXMXMMMMMMB - - BsrnraMATisi- mZ&r, T rSi J sTI Ms iT - Wr M X X - Go ahead, quick as you lay in a stock ' S-- 4&r ''WIln,,iL... X X Does Pain Interfere? There is a remedy Store, was a visitor here for a cou- For Prince Albert is freed from bite tobacco delight. Js I'M vMssmMmmSSBP1 ple of days to his daughters, Mrs. J. C. Riffe and Mrs. George Tucker. E. R. Powell, of Powell's Branch, was here Wednesday on business. Mr. Collier, who had his house burned last week on the Tucker place, adjoining J. W. Powell's, is here looking after his interests. B. W. Leigh has. made quite an improvement in the looks of his fair- Sloan's Liniment Read this unsolicited grateful testimony X X X X X X X X MM 111 X RINGE ALBERT fAe national joy smoke of ms ;n, not only in the States but all over the world I It will give you a correct idea of what a On tlie reverse tla of this tluv Dips smoke or a home- ?zd Sin you will rezd: "Proceso Patented Jvly 0:h, 1907," whL h rolled cigarette should be. has made three men smoke where one cmcked before makin's-peac- e message, Get tliis Prince Albert and you men who have "retired" from pipe and cigarette-makin- 's pleasure; you men never known its solace ! Because you have a lot of smoke' pleasure due who have with P. A. or you quick as youpack-your-pip- e Say Prince Albert cceryahcrc to-3 vrili do for you what it has dot is for thousands mm&B8g5m& fjmmmm&M WCmB. w mi MMmiWS'WHAK ''I MHBBmi xmmmr::-s:-:.m-; ;,,:.' nit mm mmmmi r.st.wimj ,m i:t is .ii i . ;i grounds arm recently, by removing all the with the extoception of that around a bacco ' field. What Barney expects to do next, is not yet known. Quite a number from here were called to Stanford Monday before the grand jury. The price paid on the produce market here Monday and Tuesday, were as follows: Hens, 14c; roosters, green hides 14c. 7c; eggs, 18 Large quantities of fish are reported to have been caught at Lock No. 21, on the Cumberland, on Feb. 21 to cross-fencin- g, l-2- X X X X X X Not long ago my left knee became lame and sore. It pained me msny restless nights. So serious did it become that I was forced to consider giving up my work when I chanced to think of Sloan's Liniment. Let me say less than one bottle fixed me up. Chas. C. Campbell, Florence, Ttx. fl BUS FAffl & JHXXXXXXXXXXKXXXXXMXX) 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. Weatherford, Sheriff of Lincoln county, as the collection of the county levy for the year 1915. By order of the Lincoln County Fiscal Court, made at its regular April term, 1915, fifty (50) cents was levied on each one hundred ($100) dollars worth of taxable property in said county as equalized and certified by the Auditor of Public Accounts, also a levy of $1 .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. -- c; 26. nity Dare gelding to J. L. Harrison, pipe-pea- ce for $125. A. W. Carpenter, of the McCor-mac- k roll-a-cigare- tte bacco is sold: in loppy red bass, 5c; tidy red tins, 10c; handsome pound tin humidors and in end hum:-dthat clever pound crystcl-slas- s tcp that tsith keeps the tobacco in such fine shape. hilf-paun- d or and make fire i srjonsc-moisten- cr R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Wmstcx5a?em, N. C Polly Ann. Mrs. Wilson Estes, who has been confined to her bed for some time doesn't seem to show much improve- ment. Miss Sara Trowbridge, who has been quite ill for several days, is somewhat better at this writing. Aunt Ann Floyd 15 visiting her relative, Mr. Samuel Trowbridge and family. Miss Ella Newsom, who has been visiting relatives at Pike, has returned home after a long stay. Mrs. Susan Floyd, Miss Maud Furnish and Uncle Charlie Francis, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Newsom Sunday. VP- ik. DrKing's New Discovery is a Doctor's Prescription used for over 45 years. It is pleasant and children like it. You cannot use anything better for your child's cough and cold than Dr. King's New Discovery. It is prepared 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 Dis- - f " CvSJ: r ,- m - A Give your Child Pr . King's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds. RHODE ISLAND WHITES. They are a medium, well built bird f01. market purposes and large enough anA SDiendidlv shaned for pood etnr x v x OCT producers. Having long, broad deep , bodies, they have ample capacity for food consumption, consequently a large egg capacity. her home. As a table fowl they are unexcelled. Their meat is fine, juicy and Mr. Lucien Trowbridge has the They stand forcing chicken pox, but is getting along well flavored. well and under favorable conditions nicely with it. d broilers in eight Mr. and Mrs. Barret Singleton will make weeks. and Miss Elsie Singleton were the For the fancier there is no better guests of their uncle, Samuel Trowbird. They are the sensation and atbridge Sunday. Miss Dora Alsford of Kings Moun- traction of the show room. In beautain, attended the entertainment ty they rival the White Wyandotte, but are of a more business type. The here last Friday night. demand for them has been growing faster than the supply and breeders find their surplus readily sold. Their popularity has come from true merit and not from any fad or expensive advertising. They have won their own way in every section and climate where they have been placed. In the National Egg Laying Contest closed Nov. 1st, 1915, with 79 pens and 26 varieties competing, uni lwo Pens OI fnoQe covery is antiseptic-k- ills the cold germs "'eit " cougn isiana wnites, one 01 inese winning raises the phlegm loosens the and soothes the irritation. second place for the entire year and "I have used Dr. King's New Discovery the other 0 won sixth ace The iui cue jjuaL uuee jcaio auix use 11 ,ju tinually in my family. My children are winner being a pen of English White very fond of it for it keeps them free from Leghorns that had been line bred for cold. I can't say too much for it, and years for eggs. Thus the Rhode Istake pleasure in recommending it to my land Whites prove all that is claimed friends." 2Irs.A.S.Haincs, Franconia, 27.H. for them in the way of eggs. Don't put off treatment. Coughs and colds often lead to a chronic cough, pneuBuffalo Bill celebrated his 71st monia and other serious lung troubles. It is also good for adults and the aged. birthday at Cody, Wyoming, All druggists. Get a bottle J -( two-pounto-da- The school at Polly Ann closed February the 18th and on that night gave an entertainment. A large crowd was present ana everyone seemed to enjoy tnemseives. Miss Cora Alsford taught a good school here and made many friends who regret that she had to return to Church neighborhood, was here Saturday on business. Roy Spears of Center Hill Heights was here Saturday on business. Mrs. J. R. Rout, of Junction City was here Saturday to see her husband, who has recently opened up a grocery and hardware store. The poultry business is getting to be quite lively here in the last few days. Why couldn't we have had a produce establishment here sooner, as they have livened things up considerably? Samuel Routenburg has a fancy fox terrier pup which he is very fond of at present and nothing could please him better. C. C. Cajspnter had a very fine steer butchered last Friday for his personal use. Calvin always arranges to have an extra beef every winter to butcher. W. R. Williams has been quite feeble for several days with a little improvement shown in the last, few 800-pound days. lead- Henry McKinney, one of the ing merchants of High Bluff, was here Saturday on important business. Squire J. K. Helm, of Richland, was in town Saturday evening and said he was never as cold, he doesn't think, in all his life, as he was when he arrived here. The new ice and produce company did a good business here last Saturday. Coffey, of Bowen station, is furnishing the lumber for the new building of Varney Tanner here. Mr. V. B. Morse is fast completing his store room in the Ark and will be iiuiiiiiimiiimmmmiiMiMMMmim ready to receive his goods in a few 1-1-1-- Petitions are now out in all of the voting precincts of the county for a call for an election on the road bond issue, which will be presented to the county court on March 13. Said election will be held in not less than 60 days from date of filing of petix tion. Uriah Dunn attended county court at Lancaster last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Miller, out on the Middleburg pike, were visitors Monday at Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore Burton's. Ground was broken Monday for the foundation for the Tanner building, near the corner of Main and Liberty streets. T. L. Carpenter went to Newcastle, Ind., last Friday on important business, and while there will gather all necessary information he can in regard to the new clock factory he will start here in the near future. E. H. Kidd and C. C. Combest, of Casey county, who attended the republican convention at Stanford, were here overnight, on account of being left in Stanford, by their chauffeur. They hired another rig and left Thursday morning for Liberty. C. W. Adams and John B. Riffe arrived home Saturday from a fishing trip on the Cumberland at Lock 21. They had fine success and were well pleased with their catch. Mr. Adams let three nices ones get away from, which he had strung on a cord and placed in the river over night. The cord is said to have worn in two by rubbing over the rocks. The weights of those that got away were 5, 8 2 and 11 2 pounds, all yellow Mr. Riffe brought back an extra fine one of the same variety 'that weighed 12 2 pounds, and made several meals for himself and his friends. sal-ma- n. v To 50 cents on $7,257,337.00 of property certified by Auditor of Public Accounts $36,286.68 To 50 cents on $60,771.00 property listed by clerk 303.75 To To To To To To 50 50 50 50 50 50 cents cents cents cents cents cents Railroad Tangible Tax on on on on on on $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. To '50 cents on $669,663.00 C. N. O. & T. P. Ry. (in part) To 50 cents on $423,754.00 L. & N. Ry. (in part) To 50 cents on $42,338.00 L. & N. Ry. (Richmond Branch) To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 Railroad Franchise Tax Other Franchise Tax 2,073.65 70.92 112.00 1.50 3,217.05 28.00 JLUH l059.39 3,349.82 211.69 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 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 cents cents cents cents cents cents cents cents cents on on on on on on on on on $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. $14,769.00 Western Union Tel. Co $10,014 Southern Express Co $3,528.00 American Tel. & Tel. Co $6,871.00 Southern Express Co cents on $13,313.00 Bank of Moreland cents on $58,924.00 National Bank of Hustonville cents on $162,324.00 Lincoln County National Bank. cents on $22,680.00 Peoples Bank of Hustonville cents on $30,928.00 State Bank Co cents on $14,880 Waynesburg Deposit Bank. cents on $55,618.00 First National Bank of Stanford cents on $14,219.00 Crab Orchard Banking Co 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 st. to-wi- Bank Tax y. Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. H. C KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent, FOR FULL INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE 101 East Main Street, - W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent, Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio Florida Local Southern Agent, or write to B. H.Todd, District Passenger Ageat,LouUvilIe, Ky. Get full information and fares from the 08EMER CARRIER Travel there on the "St. Louis Special" equipped with electric lighted steel coaches and through drawing room sleeping cars to Jacksonville and Asheville. New dining car service. In addition, drawing room sleeping cars from Asheville to Jacksonville insures every comfort for trip through "The Land of the Sky", the only scenic route to Florida. Very low homeseekers fares and winter tourist fares now in effect. Stopovers and other special features. "line to Asheville, Aiken, Augusta,Char-lestoColumbia, Savannah, Summer-vill- e and other southern resorts. n, The Southern Railway is the direct tives in Wayne county. H. C. Brown, of the Harrodsburg Ice and Produce Co., had quite a selast week. vere attack of tooth-ach- e Bright Herrin Born, to the wife of out on the Stanford pike, on the 27th a bouncing baby boy. Dr. Hatfield is now on duty at. his dental office, ready to ease the pains of any one. W. D. Stagg, Jr., bought of A. W. Carpenter, a fine yellow Jersey cow this week, for $60. Ed Buchanan sold McCormack & Co., two fat. hogs, weight 465 pounds at 7 2 cents. McCormack & Co., bought of Stanhigh, of Chelf's Ridge 8 hogs, average weight, 145 pounds, at 6 2 cents. Rodger Hicks made his first trip His commission alone "Tuesday. began the first of March. Mrs. W. P. Carson will assist him for a few days. Miss Kate Bogle resumed her duties as teacher in the graded school Monday, and the little tots are most 1-1-- days. Mrs. A. "H. Baugh and son, returned home last Wednesday from a pleasant visit of two weeks to rela- What J. S. Mobley & Son of McKinney Total charged to Sheriff. $55,706.57 The Sheriff is entitled to the following credits 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 1,190 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 $53,033.67 2,420.12 By Treasurer's receipts to balance 44,537.55 t.: have to say about cream separators N this week. Ninety-eight All of which is submitted to the court. $55,706.57 G. B. COOPER, Commissioner. SZ use DeL&vaJs exclusively. ""REAMERYMEN have better I opportunities than other sep- arator users to see which sep-arators are most efficient and dura ss ble. That is why they select De sr the world's creameries per cent of astarofhopeI C0M-CEL-SA- R j y TcoiKEl-5AR2- V' .':. Op r -- q WiHf a FOR 7 "rtf 5 The Great Stomach, Liver Kidney and Blood Remedy On Sale $1.60 . 5 Lavals. at All Drug Stores than all other makes combined. ; Time and experience have proved to rr a vast majority of farmers that no ss other separator gives as good ser-vice as the De Laval. (. z MoreDeLavalsareinuseonfarms SUFFERERS ROOTS HERBS I5 . FOR THREE BOXES Makes Three Quarts tafciillLH WMm m HIGHEST PRICES PAID Remittance Mailed on Day Shipment U Received 35 35 35 35 S3 35 35 35 53 53 551 35 35 SS AA WMMm:m&s& No Commission to Pay Write for Price Lilt and Shipping Tags toyourfarfnandletyoutryitoutandseefor yourself that it does offer you the greatest value for your money. We are willing to : prove every claim Z5 we make for the 53 De Laval Just 53 phone us or send 155 a post card and we will see that you get an opportunity to 55 try a De LavaL 5 Each year in the United States "and Canada alone, some 40.000 farmers discard inferior separators and replace them with De Lavals. They learn from experience cheap separators are that the wasteful and costly at any price. They would have saved money if they had bought a De Laval in the first place. If you will bear these facts in mind in selecting a separator, you will realize that the wisest course 13 to buy a De Laval. We will be glad to bring a De Laval out of Medicine LASTS THREE MONTHS tJ( iE3H ft 5 35 1856 later you Sooner or Southern Railway OF THE SOUTH M. Sabel & Sons ssMjjkygg UcMporttoa EiteMa LOUISVILLE, KY. w I, SlIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllJlllllllllllllUlU I will buy a DE LAVAL RHSSBJ State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well eqnipped gymnasium. Domestic Science. First Term begins September 7. Second Term November 16, Third Term January 25, Fourth Terra April 5, Summer School opens RICHMOND, KY. X A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life June 14, Catalogue Frei. j. G. CKABBE, PrcsMeiit. T a. fe?rf -- awy The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 3, 1916 FIFTY ADDED TO CHURCH. In Meeting Conducted by Revs. Dot-so- n and Coakley at Waynesburg. Waynesburg, Feb. 29. The series of meetings conducted by Evangeist J. L. Dotson closed on February 22, 1916. There were 50 additions to the church 38 by experience and baptism, 11 by letter God is and one by restoration. greatly using this man of God. A great many of our churches need just such a man for a revival. He has won the hearts of our people, but best of all, he wins souls for God. God never lets him fail to have a good meeting. He is winning a place among the best evangelists of our denomination. The church and community are greatly stirred as a result of his work here. Rev. E. W. Coakley has been called as pastor of three churches Waynesburg, Eubank and Pilate for all his time. He has moved to this field and is expecting a great work. Unless the three churches and keep him in this work, we will not bo able to keep him. He is a man of God and greatly desires to see souls saved. He has already won a warm place in the hearts of his people here. He was here during the meeting and greatly helped Bro. Dotson in the work by his special songs, prayers and personal work. May God bless his work in this new co-oper- Page Seven CASTORIA &k ifriii fl'jyfl Here's A' Tip' On Rheumatism Follow AN ACCURATE DESCRIPTION When your arm or your leg feels "all knotted" with rheumatism, when you feel as though your muscles were "tied up with a rope " you are really describing your pains accurately Rheumatism is a condition of the body when, acids and other deposits of impurities are actually "tieing up" the strands of muscles in your body, or strangling the nerves and thus producing the awful shooting pains of sciatica, lumbago, etc. Medical authorities agree that these acid deposits are carried and deposited by the blood in the various parts of the body. It stands to reason, therefore, that local applications such as rubbing with remedies so-call- It Real Estate For Sale New Bargains Are Advertised In Each Issue. 1-1-1-- For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. 'AVcgclablcPrcparalionforAs- - Bears the Tjgn ignn a j Signature -' PrnmnfPQ Tlidncfmn ness and Rest.Conlains of Opiinw.Mcrphuic rtorMaeraL similaiiiigilicrocdanaRcgud-(ui(he Siorrrachs andBowftcf r-T- v g r- A m i p flionrRi!- - neiUar IS s-- ; i Not Narcotic. ! AW I" Use BecyeofOlIIkS&TELPnnm BsBphaSccd jUxSama-f 3 eo, IfrstSetd- CtGnfcd SUmr -- ft H'a!ay.rai7snr. fc iinv ..,-- mrp.?tininarli.TliarrilDia; -w.-.w...- . nmoiir (VvPmicRnS-- ; fesS Woras.tom-aisions.i-a-Ensu- S J IHH W iJR ncss aKdLossoFLEER racSailc Sfainture of For Over y2?M!? it wr i Tiie Centaur Compass; NEW YOKK. ,. Thirty Years B fesSff 'Guaranteed, uncicrlUe boo?j4 E m iiiifrM fai Exact Copy of Wrapper. WIB 11 "! fl 5 Km Lis k i fill t Bf THC CENTAUR COMPANY, HEW YORK CITY. HSll U w fJl 5jH5 H. H. Singleton's mill, Feb. 22, at 10 a. m. A large crowd attended the baptismal service at the baptistry at field. Rev. E. W. Coakley performed the service. Mr. H. L. Dumas was up from Somerset on business Tuesday. Mrs. E. L. Gadberry and little sons are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kincaid at Cecilia. Mr. Oliver Singleton left Sunday Feb. 21, for Bowline: Greon where he will enter school. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Reynolds and little daughter, Lucy, and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Reynolds attended the WgggSKSSWftdWWI Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs 45 Days' Treatment, $1.00 Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c, 3 bars 25c All on sale at meeting last Thursday and were the guests of their uncle, Mr. D. - W. Caldwell. Mrs. W. M. Jackson and three little sons of Fitzpatrick, W. Va., are - ? DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR OF PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. fTwB FORD CARS Ho.v about a new car when winter breaks? You can't make a mistake in buying a car that is the most moder-erat- e in price, the omts economical to operate and the least complicated to drive; one that has stood the test of an exacting public to the extent of over a million satisfied owners; more than all other makes in use combined. Don't you think this is sufficient recommendation? Five-Passenger visiting her brothers at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Wheeldon visited Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Estes at Albia Sunday. Mrs. Talitha Scrivener, of Missouri, recently visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Ball, her sisters, Mesdames J. M Reynolds and F. O. Gooch here and other relatives at Stanford and Bowen. Miss Mattie Bowen and brother, of Bowen, are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Ball. Misses Laura Johnson and Ada Murphy, of Kings Mountain attended the meeting and visited friends here last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Barbee Wheeler went to Danville Tuesday. Little Ora Dumas has been sick, but is better at this writing. Messrs. Roland Singleton and Hol-li- s Reynolds, were in Stanford Sunday, v you suffered from indigestion, sick headache, biliousness, bloating, bad breath, or other condition caused by delayed bowel action, take a Foley Cathartic Tablet now and tomorrow will be a better day. This wholesome physic acts without pain or nausea. Sold everywhere. Make Tomorrow a Better Day. If things "went wrong" today, if O. B. Detroit. Touring Car $440; Roadster $390. F. Buy a Ford Car today from H. C. ANDERSON, Stanford FORD AG ENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Storage Repairing Tires Accessories Phone 203 Notice to Contractors. Sealed proposals addressed to the Fiscal Court of Lincoln county, will be received up to 12 o'clock, noon Friday, March 10th, 1916, when they will be publicly opened and read, for the improvement of the following named roads in Lincoln county: road of The Stanford-Danvill- e about five miles to be reconstructed. Orchard road The Stanford-Cra- b of about eight miles to be reconstructed. Stanford-Somersroad to be graded, new work, about four miles. The concrete bridge and culvert work on the three above named roads. And corrugated metal culvert pipe for same roads. Plans and specifications for roads may be seen and examined at the County Clerk's office. Bids must be for woi-- to be done in accordance with the plans and specifications approved by the Fiscal Court and Commissioner of Public et k lambing and Heating C. E. BOWER -- Stanford, STOP Ky. Office with J. L. Beazley phone42, res. phone 263 AT- - THE GALT HOUSE, WHEN IN LOUISVILLE. EUROPEAN PLAN GOOD ROOMS $1.00 PER DAY. FINE DINING ROOM WITH EXCELLENT SERVICE AND LOW PRICES. MEETS TRAINS. FREE AUTO-BU- S TURKISH AND ELECTRIC BATHS. WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS. J. GREENBERG, Manager Fiscal Court of Lincoln county expressly reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Before contracts are binding on first parties, they must receive the approval of the Commissioner of Public Roads. Each bid shall be accompanied by cash or a certified check, payable at sight to order of the County Treasurer for 10 per lent of amount of proposal; which check shall be held until the execution of the contract. Before the contract is awarded, the successful bidder or bidders will be required to furnish a bond in amount equal to amount of the contract for the faithful performance of the work in accordance with the plans and specifications. All work to be done under the supervision of the Commissioner of Public Roads. By order of Fiscal Court of Lincoln county. J. L. McKEE RIFFE, County Road Engineer. Roads. The No. 99. 500 acres of land, 3 2 This is a chance of a time to get miles from Hustonville on good pike; one of the best farms lifecentral Kenin 5 houses: 2 houses 1 2 stories, of tucky fully equipped and stocked. 6 rooms each and 3 houses of 4 No. 86. 56 acres 1 2 miles from rooms each; 2 large barns; fencing good town. THESwirrsprancco- new and all buildings in good shape; barn; large driveway house; good and all neceswell watered; 30 acres for tobacco; sary ATLANTA. CA. outbuildings; good orchard; U.S.A. 135 acres in pasture and balance in two wells tUU frtn btnlnl ImTwtI and pond; fencing good; d timber. Price very cheap; down and balance in 1 and 2 years. buildings all new. Price $3,500. BlrctMfrh4teiftt No. 89. 140 acres, frame This is a rare bargain and it will PrteSLOOPferBottfe pay those who have money to invest dwelling and porches; two barns; one can't do any permanent good. At best they (Uftac sac) to look it over.. A fine chance to for stock and the other a six-acPrice, 51 75 Per Bottle. can relieve the pain a little and only for a more than double your money in 2 tobacco barn; crib, buggy house, Holding Doiftk ilwljinwifji etc. All in grass except about 25 little while. The only way to effect a real cure or 3 years. THESWlFTSPECinCCt to attack the real cause the blood. It is is acres; water in field; fencing and e No. 100. farm right in buildings in good shape. Nice orcleansed from the troublesome deposits by AXLAJiTVGEOBQL. edge of good town; splendid S. S. S., the reliable blood purifier that is now brick residence, 3 halls and front chard. Price $60.00 an acre. Terms easing the pains and healing the ills of the third tK?W fo IoEmThI ill porch 10x44; new barn 34x50; old right. generation. S. S. S. "goes after" the Impurities No. 90. Linnletta Springs. The barn 20x30; new auto and buggy in the blood as relentlessly, as eagerly and as house and all other necessary out- main hotel has 30 rooms and four thoroughly as a ferret goes after rats; pursuing buildings and all new; fencing all room cottage in yard. The grounds the poison into every vein and artery, into everv new and good; never-failin- g water consist, of about ten acres. This nook and corner of the body, and chasing the troublesome substances in every field on the farm. This place property has cost the owner from out of the system. The blood thus cleansed, carries off the acid and Will has 40 acres bottom land and 110 first to last over $30,000.00 other injurious deposits and "filters" them out of the body through the acres level land well drained and bal- sell dirt cheap. AsK us about this kidneys. S. S. S. is not a drug. It is a purely vegetable blood purifier. ance upland. Every foot can be cul- nroperty. The price is so cheap you You can get S. S. S. at every drug store. But if in addition you should tivated and no better producing land could afford to move the buildings for like to have the advice of the doctors in charge of our laboratory, do not in Lincoln county; 85 acres in grass it and then make good money. hesitate to write us. You will receive free, conscientious and confidential No. 19. Hanging Fork farm of and balance in cultivation. This is a advice. This is in line with our policy to make every effort to insure the good hemp and tobacco farm and J 42 acres ricrht on nike: has best results, from S. S. S. to every sufferer. Get a bottle at your drugwill easily produce 12 barrels of corn house, barn, etc; place well watered gist's today. If you wish special advice, write to Medical Department, to the acre. Price right and easy and fenced; for a quick sale, $70 Room 45, Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia. 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. No. 101. 310 acres on good pike but must be sold. No. 107. Pool room in Danville. mium," which any merchant retails 5 miles from Lawrenceburg, Ky.; has house; tobacco barn Ky.; has tables, chairs, desk, stove, for 40 cents. Above is but one of Turnip greens and jowl are ripe many swindles of its kind popular and silo; splendidly adapted to graz- lights and all paraphernalia necessaing. Price $35 per acre and terms ry to run a first class pool room. The and the specific for mitigation of with the easy marks. and lassitude premonitory of right. receipts run from $125 to $150 per spring fever. The pall of smoke reNo. 102 254-acfarm in Mercer month. Price $400 spot cash for a HAS EIGHT CHILDREN. quick sale. This is a good chance for sultant from burning tobacco beds Ky., on Mrs. P. Rehkamp, 2404 Herman county, residence; good pike; reminds of "London in November." 2 tenant houses; 2 some one to go in business and make Miss Mary Ophelia Jeffers and St., Covington, Ky., writes. '"I have stock barns and 1 tobacco splendid money on a small investMaster Sammy Pemberton of Wright been using Foley's Honey and Tar barn; 100-to- n silo. Place well water- ment. and Turpin suburb were cheering for nearly two years and can find no ed and all fencing and buildings in No. 106. Stock of general mervisitors last Monday. Their chortgood shape; 100 acres Blue Grass chandise in the city of Stanford, Ky.. ling blended sweetly with riot of better cough syrup. I have eight sod land; 80 acres in clover; plenty consisting of groceries, hardware, blue birds, robins and other harbing- children and give it to all of them. of locust posts. Price $75 per acre. paints, etc. Will rent the fixtures ers of spring that have gotten back. They were subject to croup from ba Will trade for a good farm close to at a nominal price and will also rent Harry Coyle"and Josh Asberry good town in this or other states. the building consisting of storeroom were conceded hopelessly doomed by bies on." It is a safe and reliable All tobacco and hemp land and all below and dwelling above at a very medicine. Sold everywhere. grip, but defeated the monster and low figure. This is an exceptionally lies well. This is a good stock farm. again are mingling with the fraternie No. 103 farm 2 miles clean stock of goods and we will sell ty of Groundhogs, GREEN BRIAR. from Stanford on good pike; house at a low figure. The community was grieved by Mrs. Tom Mason is able to be out of 5 rooms; barn 26x40 and all neNo. 108. 130 acre farm 2 2 news that cheery Will Gaddis died again after a severe sick spell. cessary outbuildings; place well wa- miles from a good town. Two houses. of pneumonia last week. Will came Mr. Craig Sims is improving after tered; fencing and buildings good. Dwelling of six rooms and tenant from his native Russell county so long a time. Miss Laura Sims Price $5,000, d down and house of four rooms. Good barn and among us nearly 30 years ago and spent Sunday ngiht wth her brother, all necessary outbuildings. 50 acres balance in 1 and 2 years. was conceded one of the best experts Mr. Lloyd Sims. No. 104. Four large farms in bottom land, 20 acres In grass and in the spoke and stave industries, We are glad to learn that, Craig in timber. Well which have completely denuded our Horton is out again after being con- Garrad county, Ky., all making a to- balance fencing and buildings watered good tal acreage of 1,340 acres. One of and all Price $3,000. Termsin right. imforests. The good man was too fined to his room for a few days. mile and a shape. prudent in his overestimate of vigor Miss Daisy Sims returned to Danville these farms is within a No. 80. 53 acres of land, one and the others of his "borrowed-time.- " Sunday, after spending a week with half of Lancaster miles from Lancas- and a half story house of five rooms, from 5, 6 and 10 Spring plowing is evidenced by the homefolks. one small con- porch and good cellar; places have the impatient expletives of plowmen Mr. George Gaines was in Stan- ter. These large tobacco large stock stock barn and tobacco barn 60x30. and in refreshing skill of their rusty ford on business Monday. A few crete silos, nice residences, tenant houses, All other necessary outbuildings; 35 teams. other that went to Stanford were: barns,We will cut any of these farms acres in grass and cultivation; fine Smith Powell had an impressive Perry Burton, Ed Naylor, Lafe etc. orchard of over 100 trees, peaches, rebuke to his presumption that Fa- Leach, Alonzo Sanders and Mr. Goff. to suit purchasers. This is your pears, apples, etc; well watered and get the size farm that you chance to ther Time had failed to exact of him Mr. Oliver Sims and Otis purchaser. fairly well fenced; a good home, well suit the pace set for his senile neighbors. to their work in New- want located to these the returned properties for located, close to schools and in good Talk to us about Snatching a gun he chased a depre- castle, Ind., last Sunday. right prices and community. Price, only $1,200. dating hawk, "over the hills and far Mrs. Sarah Gaines and children, we know we have the cottage, No. 81. Nice you. away." When he tottered back to Mrs. Florence Singleton were pleas- can interest large yard and good garden smill farm 1 mile stock of groceries, hardware, etc., base his collapse alarmed the family ant callers at Rev. A. G. Coker's one No. 105 with fear his moccasins were about day last week. from good country town and right with cheap rental contract on storesunned, and he had played over the Mrs. George Reynolds spent last on pike; 10 acres in grass; all out- room, and barn lots four We rejoice tKat Friday afternoon with Miss Daisy side fencing good; well watered; no years. barn store room, etc.,for locatlimit to a cash-iThe is one-ha- lf improvements. Price $1,000; solicitous nursing and judicious stim- Sims. ed right at corner of yard. This place' down and balance in 1 and 2 is right on the pike and the best loulation pulled him out of the trench. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Leach were at Beware! Young man! The exuber- Hall's Gap Saturday night, the guest years. cation in the county for a country ance of old age is often a serious de- of their daughter, Mrs. J. M. No. 96. One of the best equip- store. Will sell for cash or trade. lusion and a snare. ped blacksmith shops in this part of No. 50. Two-storframe Homer Lester has smashed preceMrs. R. E. Horton was the guest the State. It cost $800 to equip it, dwelling; two barns; place contains 1 dedent and defied Good Luck by including $100 worth of bolts and $50 acre of land; splendid garden, etc; last Sunday of Mrs. J. T. Horton. clining to wait till Sunday to transMrs. Louis McMullen is on the wnrth nf wapnn timber, etc. Will sell in Stanford graded district. $2,000 fer his lares and jsenates. all for S250 spot cash. This is a big wouldn't put the improvements on sick list, also Mrs. Tommy Leach. One early bird of the town, whose Mr. George Reynolds bought a nice opportunity for the right man to this place; will sell or trade. Price abhorrence of hoe and garden work mare from Otis Eubanks for $140. make good money. $1,500. was till his benedictine subjugation resiNo. 94. One of the best farms in Mr. John Privett sold to Mr. RobNo. 98. Two-stor- y celabout his greatest distinction, erts a calf for $20. dence; garden; well at door and all Central Kentucky, of 261 acres; two ebrated Washington's birthday plow- -' outbuildings; right at story frame dwelling of 12 rooms; Master Tommy Mason has returning garden, planting onions, and pre- ed home after spending a few days necessary feed good school, etc. The price on this 2 barns, 75x75 each, and 60-f- t. paring for potatoes and pease. The with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. is as cheap as dirt. Will sell, trade shed on side with large crib; 2 bugchastening and reformatory, not to Thomas Mason. or rent, and make right terms. It gy houses; 3 hen nouses; smoke mention refining, results of uxorial Rev. Evans, of King's Mountain, will pay you to investigate this prop- house, etc; 30 acres in cultivation guidance are often magical. Ye will preach at the Green Briar school erty. and balance in grass; splendid orboobs, who sneer at suffragettes and house the third Saturday night, Sunshop, chard of 400 troes; everlasting No. 97. Large blacksmith decry "equality" (what an absurd day and Sunday night of this month. roof and all in good springs, ponds, etc., in fact water in application of the word) at the polls. . F. D. Bastin and family, of 50x90 feet metal Mi-See every field. All buildings and fencIn censoring the mails and improv- Highland, were the guests of Mrs. condition. Will sell or rent this. This ing in first class condition. Right the price and terms. us about ing service, after abolishing the jobs, Joe Record Sunday. is one of the best locations in the on pike and one mile from depot; created paramountly Mrs. A. K. Singleton has returned county for this business and we will finest shipping point on the road; an for the salaries, let attention be di- home after a pleasant visit at This land will ideal make you a price on this that you grow stock farm. tobacco, hemp, rected to those swindles which lure last week. could not begin to put up the build- etc., wheat, corn, the credulous into soi:citing agencies as well as any land in the State Mrs. Charlie Privett spent Monto sell shoddy goods at fabulous pro- day night with her parents, Mr. and ing for. in of Kentucky. The whole farm lays No. 89. 21 acres fits to the advertisers, for reward of Mrs. T. W. Leach. the corporate limits of a good town; well and is well drained. No waste a flimsy "premium" on which transMiss Loretta Sims has gone to 5 acres in grass balance in cultiva- land. An automobile can be driven portation amounts almost to the re- Danville to be the guest, of Mrs. Cois foot of it and tion. Wide frontage on good street. over all or swamp there on not a Price tail price of the article. The kids ra Todd. kind it. sell or exchange this property. of cold persist in annoying neighbors, who right. Somerset, Will Bryant, Miss 92. 76 acres of good land, resi- $30,000.00 and terms lot right on and failing was theBlanche end guestofof her unoften buy in No. 61. One tov.--n week five extra large rooms, layer dence of to sell all the stock credulous parD. Bryant of this place. weatherboarding Main street, 80x270. Price $600; also ents advance balance oftenest a cle. Mr.F.T.N. Sims, of Green River of brick between and porches; the four other lots 60x138. Price $300 Mr. halls dead loss. A kid after sending his is here visiting relatives and friends. and plaster; one lot 90x100. Price $800. house practically new and all rooms each and dozen dimes, besides cost of postape Mr. Jasper Sanders and family newly papered; two barns, house for All of these lots have concrete walks had to pay 27 cents to get his "pre- - have moved in their new home near building a"-stripping tobacco; crib; meat house, lot inare wel' locate!. Beat town. Parlor Grove. well watered, three ponds etc. Place No. 64. 172 acres of splendid Born to Mr. and Mrs. Otis Eu- and two never failing springs; about CARTHAGE WOMAN banks, a nice boy, named Charles 35 acres in grass and balance in cul- hemp and tobacco land; two-sto- base' brick residence with Oliver. tivation. In splendid community and TELLS HAPPY STORY Miss Dolly Sims and Mrs. George right at edge of good town. Price ment; splendid barn with water pipReynolds attended church at Way- $100.00 per acre one half down and ed In the same; large concrete silo: all buildings in good repair. This is week. Mrs. Laura Duke of Carthage, Tenn., nesburg one day this has in a nice balance in 1 and 2 years. Mr. John Privett on the an A 1 farm. Price $20,000; terms No. 94. Vacant lot 60x400 was a victim of stomach disorders for easy. goods. Come in and buy. several years. She lost appetite and stock of Gladys Privett is able to at- best residence street in Stanford, dwellNo. 69. 74 acres; Little her weight fell off. She could not rest tend Sunday school, after a severe Kentucky. Price $600.00. two miles ing; barn 40x60 and all necessary No. 84. 100 acre farm at night. outbuildings; well watered and fencsick spell. from Danville, Ky., in the richest ed; right on pike and only three miles She took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy Mr. Jake Nance had a fine horse part of Boyle county. Two story just a few doses and found herself to die Sunday night. from Stanford. Price $6,000. One frame dwelling of seven rooms, halls, half cash and easy terms on balance. restored. and porches. Good barn, crib, etc. Three-roocottage; new No. In fact, Mrs. Duke's recovery was Splendidly watered, cistern right at stable 73. containing three stalls and so rapid she was afraid that it could three everlasting springs, corn crib; small storeroom on pike; door, So she waited be only temporary. ponds, etc. All lays well and no good cistern at, door and never failfrom September, when she took the waste land on it. Fencing good. ing well in lot; 5 acres of ground; remedy, until the following February Also 100 barrels corn, 50 bales of all buildings and fencing in good to' pass judgment. Then she wrote: hay, 25 bales of oats, 18 cattle, 2 condition. Place well located and in good mules, 7 shoats, 2 brood sows, good community. Price $1,750. "I write you in regard to your wonremedy that I took 3 colts, 1 brood mare, several turnderful stomach No. 30. 106 acres of land located ing plows, cultivators, 2 wheat drills, right at a good railroad station; last September. I feel better than I riding cultivator, etc., everything in have in five years. residence, one old barn and one the way of tools that is necessary to new 30x50, with shed on each side; "My weight was 127 pounds; now run a farm too numerous to men- crib, smokehouse, etc; well watered it is 147&, and I can eat anything I tion. Will turn this place over to and fenced. Good orchard; about 40 want. I sleep well at night. I would purchaser and move out with house- acres of this place in cultivation and have written before, but I wanted to hold goods. Price $14,000 one half balance for grazing. This is a bargain see how I got along." down and balance to suit purchaser. for $50 per acre and terms right. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and Consult Us Before Buying. List With Us If You Want to Sell intestinal ailments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas in the D. stomach and around the heart. Get one bottle otyour druggist now and try it 1 80 on an absolute guarantee if not satis factory money will be returned Office Lancaster Street Opposite Court House. Office Phone ISO. by Penny's Drug Store For sale KENTUCKY. STANFORD, REAL ESTATE, j . and all other reliable druggists. one-thirsix-room re 170-acr- OLC NMtmiETOItS. Kidd's Store 7-a- lan-guo- ur re ry, 10-ac- re 130-acr- good-as-ne- w. 1-- one-thir- Eu-ban- ks five-roo- m 30-ac- re n. Mc-Cart- y. y, six-roo- m pure-and-simp- le Mc-Kinn- ey ,,ii- -- self-defens- e, d rj, 10-roo- m m FARM LOANS 5 Per Cent om CONTINENTAL Fire Insurance Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle A. THOMAS, Phone, hughes & Mccarty Stanford, Kentucky f Page- Eight - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 3, 1916 5 S ' jilJIJiV j . Q . J j G. M. Henderson, of Upper Garrard, bought cf Center Bros., a cow and calf for $50. T. A. Brent is delivering his corn this week, to J. H. Baughman & Co.. at $4 a barrel. T. W. Jones sold nine heifers to W. 0. Walker this week at 6 2 cents a pound. They averaged about SIMPLE 1-- Fine Healthy Child Convincing Evidence INEXPENSIVE REMEDY oliS$$ bOU pounds. K BROWER'S GREAT w Golden Anniversary Sale Is now in full swing. An event of great importance to all home furnishers in Central Kentucky w VICE-PRESIDEN- A PERSONAL MESSAGE FROM OUR at prices that are based on the actual cost of A year ago I determined to make this, the the goods to us at time of purchase plus a Fiftieth Anniversary of my father's active very much smaller margin of profit than we association with the Furniture and Carpet regularly add. When I started with the inBusiness, the greatest value giving event tention of making this sale the greatest this store has ever attempted and I laid my iving event ever attempted by this store plans accordingly. Months ago, when the I had no fore knowledge that market condimarkets for 1916 goods first opened, our tions later on would, as it were, conspire to buyers went into the great factory and the help me but such is now the case. I firmly wholesale centers and made their purchasbelieve that it will be impossible for proses for this sale. Almost without exception pective home furnishers to again buy repusince that time the prices have advanced table merchandise at as low prices as we are these advances in some cases being as great now offering until long after the close of the as 30 per cent. But our contracts were all great European War. Harry S. Brower, made before these advances and the merVice-Preand Mgr., C. F. Brower & Co. chandise is now ready for your inspection T value-g- Hubble & Smith delivered to Jay Weil this morning the 69 head of fat steers which they contracted to him a few weeks ago. They averaged 1,172 when put on the scales. Allen S. Edelen, of Mercer county had in 50 acres of hemp which is averaging 2,000 pounds. He sold it before it was planted at $8.50. J. D. Whitehouse of Danville, bought of T. W. Jones this week two fat heifers at $6.50 per hundred and 36 ewes at $8 per head. B. G. Fox of Danville, sold 32 head of mules at public auc tion last Monday at Monticello at an average of $145 a head. H. C. Anderson sold 94 head of sheep to Frank Martin of the West End at $8.50 a head, this week, or a total of $799. In the bunch were three bucks and 91 ewes. Hubble & Eubanks, sold from their Boyle county farm, to J. C. Johnstone, of Danville 75 head of hogs that averaged 165 pounds, at $8 a hundred. W. 0. Walker sold four hoers to T. W. Jones this week. Two, which averaged 620 pounds, were sold at a nickel a pound. The other two weighed 100 and 150 pounds, respectively, and were sold at 7 cents a pound. T. W. Jones bought Tuesday morning from W. 0. Walker 30 yearling steers that averaged about 475 pounds at 7 2 cents a pound. W. H. Brown of Garrard bought of R. E. Hughes and John H. Miller 67 white-face- d Herefords, at 7 14c. They averaged 725 two-year-o- CHECKS EARLY TENDENCY TO CONSTIPATION ld son, William, Jr., just loved it because it is so pleasant to take, and everybody talks about his being such a fine healthy boy." Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a' WM. J. RICHARDSON, Jr. compound of simple laxative herbs, bottle. Get a bottle of this excellent free from any opiate or narcotic remedy, and have it in the house. A drug, and is the standard remedy for trial bottle, free of charge, can be obconstipation in thousands of homes tained by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldthroughout the land. Drug Stores well, 454 Washington St., Monticeleverywhere selJ it for fifty cents a lo, 111. About the first thing impressed on the young Mother is the necessity for regularity in her baby, which brings up the question of the- most desirable laxative for children's use. Mrs. Jesse Richardson, Philpot, Ky., says she has used Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for the past year and that there is no medicine in the world like it. She writes, "My little - State aid. Stanford Ottenheim. Sec. 1. From Stanford-Somerspike to J. G. Lynn's. 50 yards gravet el. Garrard county line. 200 yards grav- el. 1-- two-year-ol- ds pounds. Lawson & Brown, the hustling live stock dealers of Lancaster, engaged yesterday from Garrard county farmers a lot of lambs at $7.50 to $8.00 per hundred. They 'also bought a d of hogs from various parties car-loa- at 7 c. s. A Gold Mine of Remarkable Values in Home Furnishings of Quality Worth Coming Miles to Get We'll deliver your purchases freight prepaid to any Railroad Station in Central Ky. If it is not possible for you to come, you'll find it is an easy matter to order jjby mail. Robert E. Hughes, of Louisville, formerly of Garrard, has sold his entire herd of young Hereford steers to J. E. Robinson and W. H. Brown of Lancaster. They were purchased by Mr. Hughes last September in Missouri. They run uniformly in size and color and each shows the distinct feature and characteristic white face of the breed. There were about 70 head in the bunch and the average weight was 725 pounds. The price paid was $7.25 a hundred. The new owners will feed the young beeves and market them later in the season. Notice to Contractors Bids will be received at the County Clerk's office at Stanford, Ky., until twelve o'clock noon Friday, March 10th, 1916 for the metal for the various pikes described below. Bids must be sealed and plainly marked "TURNPIKE BID.' contracts will be let to the lowest responsible bidder, who shall furnish satisfactory security in amount of the contract. The Court reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Contractor shall state if stone is to be machine or hand broken. Stone must be of good quality, and of size that will pass ring. Gravel must thru a two-inc- h be coarse, hard and flinty, free from soil or trash. The one to whom the contract is awarded shall within ten days make bond for faithful performance of work in amount equal to amount, of contract. Bond to be ap proved by County Judge. All work ,must be completed on or before Oc- tober 15th, 1916. Contractors shall begin work when notified, and con tinue until completed. Working one day on the road when there is nothing to do elsewhere then off for a week will not be tolerated. All metal will be measured by Engineer, either in the heap or on the road. Let it, be distinctly understood now that a County Engineer is expected to know how to measure stone and gravel, and he alone will attend to that part of the work. If a contractor is not satisfied with the measure, there is only" one recourse, remeas-ur- e. No one may measure, only an experienced Engineer. Also, you may expect to forfeit your bond if the work is delayed until after October fifteenth. I propose to prosecute any one neglecting to have his contract in on time. S tan ford Da nvillc. Sec. 1 From Stanford city limits to Mrs. White's. State aid. Sec. 2 From Mrs. White's to the Boyle county line. State aid. Stanford Rush Branch Sec. 1 From Stanford-Lancastpike to Rush Branch creek. 20 yards stone. Sec. 2. From Rush Branch Creek to Hubble. 30 yards stone. Stanford Kncb Lick Sec. 1 From Stanford-Hustort-vilpike to Hanging Fork Creek. 25 yards stone. Sec. 2 From Hanging Fork Creek I C. F. BROWER & COMPANY Main at Broadway m" Lexington, Ky. k0id! Gfc&ck. V s " w 5 9,-Pcs ?f ,. a 7.-b -- && v O- '.a fi i !A When .., V.T.... jbime wime Gets the h w mm. m W. O. Walker, of this city, sold several horses to farmers of the Highland section the past week. To J. A. Spoonamore sold to B. G. Craig Young he sold a Fox last week a mule for $135. black gelding for $100; to John Will bay gelding tt Nath Bogie bought the Joseph ?arriina fur-year-o$100; to Oscar Fletcher a two farm in Garrard at $80 an aero. Spoonamore & McKechnie bought yearold horse for $100. To Jim Young he sold a Jersey cow for $45. a carload of sheep from Wayne county parties, averaging $6 per head. J. H. Wright sold a souple of veal illillllliiIii3iiih:(lilc:h2!UHi3UUilllH!li calves this week to T. W. Jones at Farm and Stock Nevs four-year-o- ld On-sto- ld 7 l-- 2c J. T. Rigsby, sold to J. per pound. M. Cress What Tummy Ache! puckery persimmons or too much jelly cake. belliake is acute indigestion. Give the sufferer a good big dose of castor oil and apply a hot water bottle to the spot of greatest pain. Old-fashioned The youngsters just will eat green apples or a team of three and mules for $340. He bought of Joe Saylor 14 stock hogs at 6 of B. W. Givens four stockers at 7c; of B. T. Lunsford a fat hog at 7c and of John Morgan one at 7c. Mr. Rigsby sold to Frank Watson 21 stock shoats four-year-o- ld l-2- c; Ira T. t& of Milledgeville tenheim. 60 yards gravel. gravel. Stanford Dix River. Hustonville Coffey's Mill Sec. 1. From Stanford-Cra- b OrSec. 1. From Hustonville city chard pike to Hayden's Switch. 35 limits to John Burton's. 200 yards yards stone. gravel. Sec. 2. From Hayden's Switch to Sec. 2. From John Burton's to Traylor's lane. 75 yards gravel. Mt. Salem. 100 yards stone. Sec. 3. From Traylor's lane to Hustonville Danville. Garrard county line. GO yards stone. Sec. 1. From Hustonville city Stanford Lancaster. limits to Carter's dirt road. 100 Sec. 1. From Stanford City lim- yards gravel. its to Logan's lane. 200 yards stone. Sec. 2. From Carter's dirt road Sec. 2. From Logan's lane to to Harris' Creek. 600 yards stone. Garrard county line. 100 yards Sec. 3. From Harris' Creek to stone. Boyle county line. 100 yards stone. Stanford Rowland. Hustonville McKinney. From Stanford city i:m:ts to StanforFrom Hustonville-Coffev'- s Mill pike d-Crab Orchard pike at Rowland. to McKinney-Coffey- 's Mill pike. 25 25 yards gravel. yards gravel. Stanford Somerset Hustonville Carpenter's Creek See. 1. From Stanford city limSec. 1. From Hustonville city its to Ottenheim pike. 140 yards limits to bridge at Mrs. William's. stone. 300 yards stone. Sec. 2. From Ottenheim pike to i Sec. 2. From bridge at Mrs. Wil- Maywood dirt road. 60 yards stone, i Hams' to Casey county line. 300 Sec. 3. From Maywood dirt road yards stone. to Carter's store. 30 yards gravel. McKinney Coffey's Mill. Sec. 4. From Carter's store to Sec. 1. From McKinney City limHutchinson's school house. 30 yards its to J. S. Mobley's. 100 yards stone. stone. Sec. 5. From Hutchinson's school Sec. 2. From J. S. Moblev's to house to Butt's store.. 35 yards Mt, Salem. 300 yards stone. stone. Sec. 3. Yrom Mt. Salem to Casey Sec. 6. From Butt's store to county line. 100 yards stone. -King's Mountain pike. 100 yards McKinney Turnersville. stone. From Stanford-Hustonvilpike to Sec. 7. From King's Mountain McKinney city limits. 100 yards pike to King's Mountain dirt road. gravel. 30 yards gravel. McKinney South Fork Sec. 8. From King's Mountain Sec. 1. From Stanford-Hustodirt road to Waynesburg. 100 yards! ville pike to McKinney city limits. gravel. 100 yards gravel. Stanford Hustonville. Sec. 2. From McKinney city Sec. 1. From Stanford city lim- limits to end of road. 75 yards gravits to Cash's store. 150 yards stone. el. Sec. 2. From Cash's store to Turnersville McCormack's Church. Hanging Fork creek. 150 yards Sec. 1. From Stanford-Husto- n stone. ville pike to Hanging Fork creek. 30 Sec. 3. From Hanging Fork yards gravel. creek to Hustonville city limits. 300 Sec. 2. From Hanging Fork creek yards stone. to pike. 30 King's Mountain Pleasant Point. yards gravel. From Stanford-Somerspike to Sec. 3. From King's Mountain. 100 yards gravel. pike to Stanford-Kno- b Lick pike King's Mountain Duncan. 30 yards gravel. From King's Mountain to Casey Danville Lancaster county line. 50 yards gravel. Sec. 1. From Dix river bridge to "Preachersville Robinson pike. 100 yards stone. Garrard County From Crab Orchard-Lancastpike Sec. 2. From Robinson's pike to to Garrard county line. 10 yards Hanging Fork creek bridge. 50 yards gravel. stone. Hanging Fork Hubble. Lincoln Boyle. From Stanford-R"us- h From Boyle county line near Stanford-Branch pike at McKechnie's to end of road at Danville pike to Boyle county Mrs. Broaddus.' 20 yards gravel. line near Buck Baughman's. 25 Carpenter's Station Moreland. yards gravel. From Hustonville - Bradfordsville Bidders may bid to spread metal pike to Hustonville-Danvill- e pike. 50 on road or to put on margin of road yards gravel. in heap. All metal must be in large Crab Orchard Lancaster smooth heaps so it may be measured Sec. 1. From Crab Orchard city accurately. Metal to be spread where limits to Drake's Creek. 75 yards designated bv Engineer. stone. J. L. McKEE RIFFE. Sec. 2. From Drake's Creek, to Co. Road Engineer. le n- Sec. 2. From J. G. Lynn's to Robinson. Boone's gate. 40 yards gravel. From Stanford-Rus- h Branch pike Sec. 3. From Boone's irate to Ot to Danville-Lancastpike. 20 yards er Crab Orchard Ch.ippeil's Gp. From Crab Orchard city limits to end of road. 100 yards gravel. Stanford-Milledgevil- le et Stanford-Milledgevil- le er at 7 l-2- c. hot water bottles in your home ache and rheumatism, too. goods to be had. You ought to have one of our guaranteed for neuralgia, tooth' "Cascarets" Best If Headachy, Bilious, Sick, Constipated Best for Liver and Bowels, Bad Breath, Bad Colds, Sour Stomach. 10-cent has to say about cream separators this week. j We carry the highest quality of rubber oil in bulk 6 and active as greased lightning. Our castor or capsule is as slick The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. J. W. ACEY, Proprietor. Dr. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacist THE BEST PLOW FQR THE FARMER, The Chattanooga Chilled Plow Use it on Trial; if not Satisfactory, Come Back and Get Your Money. GEORGE H. FARRIS. BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. J box. Get a Sick headache, biliousness, coated ss tongue, head and nose clogged up with a cold always trace this to 5 inthelnternationalMilkandCieam Show held in connection with the torpid liver; delayed, fermenting Hustonville-Danvill- e Exposition was sep-r- r to 5 Panama-Pacifi- c pike. 25 food in the bowels or sour, gassy arated by De Lavals, and every yards gravel. v 5 first prize, and most all the other stomach. Stanford Milledgeville Sec. 1 From Stanford-Huston-vilPoisonous matter clogged in the s 'prizes, were won by De Laval seppike to Hangjns Fork Creek. intestines, instead of being cast out ts arated cream. These fact3 are simply further 35 yards gravel. system is of the into the proof of De Laval supremacy in Sec. 2. From Hanging Fork blood. When this poison reaches the ss everything that goes to make a good Creek to Hustonville-Danvill- e pike. cream separator. delicate brain tissue is causes con50 yards gravel. Don't buy any separator until S tan ford Preachersville. gestion and that dull, throbbing, you give us an opportunity to let OrchSec. 1 From Stanford-Cra- b sickening headache. We ard see and jj you be glad totry a De Laval. your yardspike to Wilkinson's branch. 25 Cascarets immediately cleanse the will send one out to stone. farm on trial any time you say. stomach, remove the sour, undigestSec. 2. From Wilkinson's Dranch Just phone, send to Crab Orchard-Lancastpike. 50 ed food and foul gases, take the exa post card, or yards stone. cess bile from the liver and carry call and we will Stanford Crab Orchard. out all the constipated waste matter be gl?.d to give Sec. 1. From Stanford city limits and poisons in the bowels. r yoj all the infor- At to Baughman-Carpentdirt road. State aid. j A Cascaret tonight will surely, ms .mationyouwish. Sec. 2. From Baughman-Carpentstraighten you out by morning. They S Sooner or dirt road toc Thompson-Gaine- s work while you sleep a box r gate. State aid. you n. rj. J from your 'druggist means your head Sec. 3. From Thompson-Gaine- s will buy a gate to Ft. Whitley dirt road. State clear, stomach aweet, breath right, aid. complexion rosy and your liver and Sec. 4. From Ft. Whitley dirt bowels regular for months. 18-- 1 mllilll!II!llll!ll!!l!I!!iil!!!lii!!!i!i road to Crab Orchard city limits. le le ed cream, but better cream as well rjAHE best evidence of this is jj that during the last twenty-r- : JL five years butter made from De Laval separated cream has in- variably scored the highest at all important contests and state fairs. Practically all the cream entered arator you not only get more When you use a De Sep- - er Another Butter Demonstration Next Saturday. Be sure and see it. Bring your cream. We will separate your butter while you wait. W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford. OVERALL PRICES ARE HIGHER. Conditions have forced the manufacturers to advance prices. We will have to charge you $1.25 a pair for RED DIAMOND OVERALLS, but they are worthit Good genuine Indigo Blue Denim. We have others cheaper. er C -- er 10-ce- nt later de Laval im 1mi er W.E! PERKINS, - Crab Orchard