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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): March 7, 1916 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1916 int1916030701_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): March 7, 1916 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Established 1860.57th Year.-- No. CIRCUIT COURT COMES TO CLOSE Many Minor Cases Disposed of Be- 19 TXTTT IOR Ail J-ViV J OURNAL 7, 1916 EDITOR ALVERSON SELLS OUT. News comes that Editor J. M. of the Anderson News, has sold that paper to Prof. Bell, a well-knoeducator, of Lawrenceburg, and possession will be given April 1st. Editor Alverson, who has one of the best equipped offices in the State, cities, of course, excepted, is said to have gotten a long price. He is already casting about for another printing plant and a grape-vin- e wire says he was in Danville the other day taking a look at the Messenger. Mr. Alverson has made a good thing out of the Anderson News and is a hustler from away back. He is now Clerk of the Senate, but finds time to get out a good, newsy paper on time each week. Al-verswn && & ;' 1fi Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesda,y March Tuesdays and Fridays ANOTHER OLD M. Speed fore Adjournment Grand Jury Returns 31 Indictments. J HL The February term of the Lincoln circuit court came to an end Saturday, the trial of a few cases for minor offenses occupying the court, during the closing days. The grand jury brought in a total of 31 indictments during the term ,a great many of them for selling whisky illegally. Two new lawyers were sworn in to practice at the local bar during the term just ended, Attorney Kelly J. Francis, who recently moved here with his family from Middlesboro, TASK A FRUITLESS ONE and Attorney W. H. W. Reynolds, of the southern end of the county, who To Find Candidate Against Helm, recently passed the bar examination Says Danville Paper. at Somerset. In addition to the reappointment (From Danville Messenger) of E. D. Pennington as Master ComAfter a faithful search for somemissioner, Judge Hardin reappoint- one to announce as a canddate ed Walter W. Saunders, of the First against Hon. Harvey Helm for the National Bank, as Trustee of the j Democratic nomination for Congress, Jury Fund. Judge Hardin also ap- the small bunch of men who hold perpointed Miss Emma Hays, as exam- sonal grievances against the Lincoln iner of the court, to take depositions, county man have found their task a etc. fruitless one. Disappointed in this, granted a divorce to they are now busily engaged in belit- The court Walton Yates from his wife, Lizzie itling Mr. Helm and doing all in their I power to hurt his candidacy. About Yates. he .most contemptible act in politics In the bur insurance case of J. B. Robinson, etc.. atrainst the Equitable is that of throwing mud at the lei- Life Assurance Society, the defend- low who has won his spurs honestly ant filed notice and moved the court and above board. That he is one of to submit the case finally and for a j the most popuar men in the district, judgment upon the pleadings and his several wonderful races will at proof. The plaintiffs objected, how- test, and that he is going to be the ever, and the court overruled the mo- next nominee is a foregone conclution to submit the case. On motion sion. The Messenger has championed of the plaintiff, the time for the Commissioner to make a report was ex- Mr. Helm's cause since this paper tended until the first day of the May was established six years ago. We have done this because it has been term of court. B. Nevius and our earnest effort to support only In the case of C Margaret Nevius against Allie Logan men we know are qualified for the ofand H. H. Logan, judgment was giv- fice sought; men whose Democracy en in favor of Nevius for $700 sub- cannot be questioned; men who are capable and fearless in performance ject to two credits of $100 each. Tom Lee was fined $60 and costs of duty, and whose personal characon a whisky selling charge. Earl ter is absolutely above reproach. In McAninch not appearing when the Mr. Helm the Democrats have such a case against him was called, his bond man. The Congressional Record will of $50 was declared forfeited and his R, M. Sharp, of Casey show that Mr. Helm has been conbondsman, county, will be required to pay same. stantly at his post of duty and always Mat Reed failed to apepar to answer voted and worked for every question to two charges against him, and his he believed to be right and proper. bond of $25 in each case, was declar- He has done all any man can do in ed forfeited. In the first case, Col- the interest of his constituents, many lins Moore and Charley Reed are on of whom have been beneficiaries in the bond and Charley Reed, alone on matters of valuable, consideration. It was Mr. Helm who secured the passthe bond in the second case. bond of O. G. Speake age through the House of the many The $100 was declared forfeited when he failed old war claims recently paid to lodges to appear to answer the breach of the and churches in this section matpeace case against him, and his ters McCreary and many other able bondsman, B. D. Holtzclaw, will have men were unable to get through. to settle. Right now, when Europe is engagWalls failed to answer ed in the worst war in the history Gardner when the case for disturbing religious of the world, and out of which we worship was called against him, and have kept by the able guidance of his bond of $50 with Zora Smith and President Wilson and his advisers, C. C. Smith as sureties, was declared Mr. Helm has been the staunch supforfeited. The $50 bond of Mack Walls, with porter of the President. Only this W. F. Walls, surety, was declared week, when a number of Democratic forfeited also when he failed to ap- congressmen flew the coop and brought about conditions which pear. inAdam Trice, colored, was given a threatened to plunge the country sentence of 30 days in jail on a petit to war, Mr. Helm stood squarely with larceny conviction. the President. It was such men as James Singleton, of the East End, Mr. Helm who have brought about was given a fine of $G0 and 10 days what now appears to be the complete in jail on a whisky selling charge. avoidance of war and saved the counRaymond Steele, colored, was giv- try from possible destruction. Will en 30 days in jail at hard labor on a the Democrats of this district vote booze charge. against a man like that? Well, let Roscoe Blakemore, a us give you the tip NEVER! negro of Crab Orchard was sentenced to serve from two to three and a HALL'S GAP half years in the Reform school for We are having some bad weather, forgery. in this part of the country. Two cases'against R. E. Thompson d Mr. and Mrs. Will Perkins, of of Crab Orchard, on charges of sell-n- g were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. liquor illegally were tried, one re- Charlie Daugherty, Sunday. sulting in a hung jury and the other Miss Bessie Adams and Mr. Theo Cawin, of Crab Orchard were the an acquittal for Mr. Thompson. A charge of selling whisky ille- guests of Miss Anna Hale, Sunday. Mrs. S. R. Stauker and little sons, gally against Charley Reed, of Leo and Freddie are visiting her parwas tried in the absence ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Warren, of of the defendant, whose attorney, Madison. George D. Florence said that he was Mrs. Thomas Eads, of Maywood ill. The jury found him guiltv and was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. fined him $100 and gave him 40 days James Carter, Friday. in jail. Attorney Florence entered Mr. and Mrs. Morse Daughtery, motion and grounds for a new and little son, of Danville were the a trial, which Judge Hardin took un- guests of Mrs. Charlie Daugherty, ' Sunday. der advisement, stating that if it Mrs. Dellie Hale is on the sick list. could be proven at the next term of Mr. court that Reed was really ill, a new visiting J. T Debow, of Stanford is friends here. trial would be given him. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Stauker are goThe murder trial of Joe Hocker, ing to to who shot Oscar Gardner, another to give move up, Stanford. We regret they were such good them negro to death, near Hubble, and the neighbors. incest charge against Eberhardt ReyLittle James Suthard Carter is nolds, a local negro, went over to the numbered with the sick. next term of court Mr. Charlie Daugherty continues The grand jury made a careful in- quite ill his many friends are sprry spection of the courthouse, the jail to know. and all the public offices, and reported to the court that they found that Proper Treatment for Biliousness. For a long time Miss Lula Skelton, Jailer George DeBorde has kept them Churchville, N. Y., was bilious and in splendid shape. Judge Hardin pronounced sentence had sick headache, and dizzy spells. upon Esthrage Alford, the young Chamberlain's Tablets were the only slayer of Oliver Smith, and other thing that gave her permanent relief. criminals convicted at this term of Obtainable everywhere. -- court, before adjournment, and he gave Alford something to think about for some time to come. Sheriff J. G. Weatherford and Deputies W. S. Drye and Francis Weatherford, took to the Reformatory at Frankfort yesterday Esthragc Alford who was given from 15 to 21 years for killing Oliver Smith; Nevin Hill, senwho caught a two to three-yea- r tence for breaking into Bet Salter's house and W. P. Copenhaver sent up for two to five years for forging the name of Samuel Holtzclaw to a check. They also took with them Roscoe Blakemore, age 17, who received a sentence of two to three and a half years for forging the name of an East End man named Fletcher to a check. He was left at Greendale. BEAUTFIUL QUEEN OF THE CARNIVAL WEST END YOUTH BEATEN TO DEATH AVhen He Lost ' CONFED IS GONE Balance In a Cart, His Head Falling Between the Spokes of One Wheel. Peyton Passes Away As Result of Paralytic Stroke Sustained Two Years Ago. I Rol-lan- le, -- Emmett Gifford, a young man of Another old Confederate soldier the West End, met. a horrible death has answered his last roll call; anSaturday afternoon, when he lost his other of the grand old heroes that balance while riding in a cart, his wore the grey has, like the immorhead falling into a wheel, and he was tal Jackson, crossed the rver and is literally beaten to death by the revresting under the shade of the trees. olutions of .the wheel. A physician Mathias Speed Peyton died at the who went to Hie scene said that he home of Mrs. Francis, at Rowland, had undoubtedly been drinking, causwhere he had lived for the past two S s. r'ifcSF WfW ing him to topple over. The grew-som- e $ years, at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon discovery of the tragedy was of paralysis. Nearly two years ago made by Robert Whittis, who lives he suffered a stroke of that fearful Long Branch, off the Liberty pike on disease and since had been helpless. south of Hustonville. When found He was aware that the end was near, young GifFord's head was entangled and having made peace with his God, in the spokes of one wheel and his COLORED RADS VERY SORE was not afraid to die. A few years feet in another, his body lying across The Colored Republican State ago he joined the Stanford Christian the shafts. He was about 20 years League, of wheh George W. Gentry, church and he had since been a conof age. of this city, is president, has issued sistent, member. Mr. Peyton, who a call for a mass meeting in Lexing- was 74 years old, was the son of HUSTONVILLE. ton Thursday, March 9 th, to take Speed Peyton, and was born at PeyJ. A. Johnson sold to Allen Bros., steps with reference to holding an- ton's Well. He was one of ten chilsix head of hogs at other republican convention at which dren, all but two Mrs. Julia PresJames Cloyd, off the Fork, was the colored republicans shall be giv- ton, of Junction City, and Mrs. here the latter part of last week on en full representation to the national Greenberry Adams, of McKinney, convention at Chicago. Gentry has Texas, having joined the silent ma business. jority. Officers of the Christian church returned home and is very bitter Mr. Peyton joined the Confederate against certain of the white republimet last Thursday evening at the can leadei-- who, he says "threw him forces early in the Civil War and was .National Bank to transact some imdown" at the state convntion held in a gallant soldier. He was a member portant business. Louisville last week. He says that Ed of Capt. Bob Logan s company and W. D. Hocker sold his pony and Morrow did not treat him right was on the famous raid thru Ohio. cart and harness last week to Mr. that he was "double crossed" and He was captured at Buffington, that all Good of Campbellsville. around by men for whom he has been State, and kept a prisoner for a long Mrs. E. R. Pike of Danville, was working in politics for for years. Ne- time. Returning from the war, he the guest of friends last week. gro republicans all over the state are gave his attention to farming, at Geo. Tucker arrived home Friday said, to be greatly incensed at the which he was only reasonably sucfrom Casey county, with lots of hogs way they were treated and declare cessful. For years he served as conMISS MARGARET HARDING that they will not stand for the cold stable of Lincoln county and made a and a few head of cattle. most excellent official. Her many friends in this section will be glad to llarn of the well T. L. Carpenter is back from New- deal that was handed them. He was an exceedingly merited honor which has been conferred upon Miss Margaret Harding, castle, Ind., much pleased with his man and none knew him but to ad trip, and stated that the machinery SUDDEN PARALYTIC STROKE. mire and respect him. The greater the attarctive daughter of Col. and Mrs. Robert Harding, of Danville, she having been elected Queen of the annual Carnival held by the stufor the clock factory was being preR. C. Engleman, known familiarly portion of his last years were spent dents of Central Univeisity. For the past thirteen years it has been the pared for shipment. to his many friends as "Bub," is quite out on Dix river, where "Cap" Peycustom for the "C" men of the university to designate some girl as the Mr. A. A. Colyer, late of Decatur, ill at his rooms, as a result of a par- ton, as his friends knew him, was a Queen of the Carnival festivities. This recognition has long been es111., but now of Pulaski, who lost his general favorite. teemed the greatest honor within the bestowal of the "C" men. Miss home, the old Tucker property, on alytic stroke he sustained early MonThe burial occurred in Buffalo day morning. The left side is said Harding has always been a universal favorite wtih the students of Kenthe night of February 22, had a pol- to be seriously affected, though he cemetery Saturday afternoon, after tucky College for Women and Centre College, as well as with her host icy with Mr. W. J. Campbell, which prayer and brief remarks at the of admiring friends in Danville. Miss Harding is one of Kentucky's most had been taken out January 27. On has shown mftch improvement this grave by Dr. D. M. Walker. The morning, his friends are glad to charming and attractive young ladies, and the many friends of Centre March 2, the claim, a?unting to following close friends acted as pallfeel that the boys could not have made a more suitable and pleasing $500 was paid Mr. Colyer, in full. learn. The stroke came very sudden- bearers: Messrs. George P. Bright, ly, ?,s Mr. Engleman had apparently choice. The committee in charge of this year's carnival , are making Pretty quick action. been in good health, and was prepar- T. D. Newland, James P. Bailev, W. plans to stage the biggest carnival ever held at Centre. FOR quick adjustment on your ing to dress for the day when he lost S. Drye, Robert L. Porter, P. W. fire insurance policy, see W. J. the use of his limbs on the left side, Carter. Campbell, the insurance man of the and was compelled to call for assis NEW SALEM HIGHLAND GIRL ELOPES 19-- 1 tance. Mr. Engleman s brother, John FINE OLD MAN IS NO MORE been .'gveral cases of West End. There have Julian McKinney and wife spent Engleman, a well known trotting B. D. Hatt, one of thebest known, And Weds Jesse Mason, of Danville grip in this commumtyj&. of Lexingtonshorse most MarttylrSfthisplace, Sunday on the Fork with- - Mr. and- -came driver and trainer to he with and, Moriahrespected citizens of" ther Miss jCate A Romantic Wedding. Mbifday' night -- Mrs. James Cloyd. Mt. section of the county, Min-le- y is visiting her sister, Mrs. Vada Quite a number here waiting for him. died at his home Sunday evening at 8 Highland, March 6. J. W. Houchin and family to arrive at McKinney. o'clock, after a long illness of tuberthey go there many friends will not be surHer Mr. Theodore Austin has gone to at Elixir Springs, so good waters of "MELON" FOR STOCKHOLDERS. culosis. Mr. Hiatt would have been 68 age prised to hear that Miss Myrtle John- Indianapolis for a few months' stay. and partake of the The Lincoln County National Bank his years of spentMonday, and most of that noted health resort. life was in the section where son has finally escaped the vigilant Mr. Fred McGuffey called on Miss Uriah Dunn attended county court is sending out notices to its stock- he died. He had been a faithful eyes of her parents and eloped. She Cordie Linthicum Sunday afternoon. at Columbia Monday. holders this week of a payment of and consecrated members of the Mt. Will Riffe and wife, and little son, 25 per share out of its surplus fund. Moriah Christian church for 51 years had recently joined her step-fathMr. Raymond Wall from IndianMr. T. D. Williams, in Cincinnati, apolis, spent a few days with his par- motored to Stanford last Friday to At a meeting of the directors it was and a deacon for 30 years. Besides see the first installment of the "Iron his wife, he is survived by seven chilwhere he was employed. They were ents at this place. Claw," at the opera house. He pro- decided to reduce the surplus by this dren, and a host of friends and loved stopping with relatives. Last WedMr. and Mrs. Bud Estes, of near nounced it the best picture he ever amount in order to escape paying ones will mourn that he is no more. such large taxes, the surplus of thk After services nesday eve when Mr. Williams re- Hustonville, visited their parents saw. conducted by his pasMrs.vE. McCormack and daughter popular and unusually solid financial tor, Rev. Bowling, the remains of this turned from his work, Miss Myrtle here Saturday and Sunday. institution have grown enormously fine old gentleman visited Mrs. James Woods, at Stanwere laid to rest was gone but had left word that she in the past few years. Mr. W. P. Estes has sold his farm ford Friday and Saturday. in the Mt. Moriah cemetery Monday had gone to Bellevue to visit an to Dr. Creech. B. Wright and son, of Danville, afternoon. NEW LOTS CHANGE HANDS aunt. Upon going there he found Miss Maud Sims, who has been vis- were guests Saturday of Squire J. K. The handsome building lots sold she had not been there, but it wasn't iting her grandmother, Mrs. M. T. Helm, out on the Middleburg pike. LOST THEIR LITTLE SON. News has been received here that in Embrv Heights last week are alhard for him to guess what had be- - Reynolds, at Stanford, has returned Mrs. Bloomfield, formerly of this M. New-lan- d On Saturday, February 19th, th ready enhancing in value. R. rnTYiA nf lipr. fnr sVia nnrl Mr Jpssp to place, but now of Illinois, is just reher home. sold to L. B. Hilton, a lot and a Death Angel visited the home of Mr. Mason, of Danville, had been expectThere must be something awful covering from a severe case of small- half that he bought in the new addi- and Mrs. Willie Elam, near Crab Ored to run off and get married fori attractive at Lanhamtown, as Mr. pox. tion last week, at an advance of $30 Marion Lipps of Danville, was the over the purchase price. This prom chard, and took from them their litsome time. While their friends have ' Clarence Sims has been going down guests of relatives Saturday. ises tc be one of the most desirable tle son, John Oates. He was only not yet heard where they were mar- - there so often. Squire Gann arrived home from residence sections o( the city when fifteen months old. He had been sick ried,, they are known to be be at his Louisville Friday, greatly enthused buildings begins. for some time, but no expected death over the sale of a car load of hogs home at Danville. Miss Myrtle has MURPHY YOCUM so soon. The parents have the sym many friends here who extend their , Walter Yocum, aged 21, obtained he made in that city, and his comBEE LICK. pany will try the Falls City market pathy of a host of friends in their best, wishes for a happy future for license Monday to marry Miss Sadie again. The farmers are now making deep bereavement. 's this couple. She is the oldest child Murphy,on "sweet 16," at Ellis Miss Surton, Green river Wednesday. daughterHelenwood and Mrs. the little ready to get down to work. There Gilmore of Mr. of Mrs. T. D. Williams and is about The will-b- e bride is a daughter of "Burton of East Main street, fell from has been but very little plowing done TWO DEATHS IN SAME HOUSE. 17 years old. Her father, Mr. Oli- Mrs. Martha Murphy. a chair last week and struck her left this month on account of the bad Old "Aunt Hanna" Montgomery, ver Johnson, was killed on the railarm against the grate, causing a very weather. n a colored "mammy," died road several years ago. She is a tal- Ugh! Acid Stomach, painful injury. She will soon be able Mr. David Proctor has been on the at her home in Boneyville late last again. will certainly get ented musician and she sick list, but is better at this writing. week. Her Sourness ,Heartburn, to E. C.out r, Hattle be missed as organist at the MethHopper, president of the J. W. Stringer is able to be out Lee, was ill at "the time and within clock factory, and one of the chief Gas or Indigestion members of the Board of Trade here, again. odist church here. 12 hours after the old woman's light Mr. T. D. Williams came home Mrs. M. G. Reynolds is better at went out, the spirit of the is on a deal with Noah Snow, for the last week to take his family back to The Moment "Pape's Diapepsin" entire output of his lead mine which this writing. girl returned to the God who gave it. promises to be of gerat value in the Cincinnati where they will make W. G. Todd is getting along nicely Reaches the Stomach All future. their future home. with his store room and says he will Distress Goes. LYNN BUYS POOL ROOM. Mrs. Haflinger, of Cincinnati, has soon be ready to sell peanuts, popFOR RICHMOND VISITOR A. B. Florence, local real estate been here to attend court and visitThe spacious country home of Mr. corn and candy. broker, conducted the negotiations Do some foods you eat hit back ing Mrs. Dugan. J. M. Reynolds is able to be up by which R. C. Engleman sold his and Mrs. R. C. Hocker was the scene Mrs. Mary Young and daughter taste good, but work badly; ferment Friday evening of a merry party in after a brief illness. pool room, restaurant and soft drink into stubborn lumps and cause a sick, honor of their charming niece and continue very sick. Most all of our boys have left for stand on Depot street to Jesse C. Now, Mr. or house guest, Miss May Phelps, of Lynn. Mr. Lynn took possession Mr. Miranda, who has been having sour, gassy stomach? It was a St. Patrick's the State of Indiana, but the writer Monday. The consideration was not Mrs. Dyspeptic, jot this down: Pape's Richmond. trouble with his ear for sometime, Rook Party, with pipe and shamrock thinks that they will all drift back made public. was operated on by Drs. Thompson Diapepsin digests everythingleaving tallies. Mr. William Grimes won the this way soon. and O'Bannon last Thursday. He is nothing to sour and upset you. There most games and received a bundle of PULASKI MAN GETS LIFE. M. M. Taylor has completed a big never was anything so safely quick, jokes made up by Mr. James stock barn for J. M. Noe at Spiro, at the home of Mr. Dugan. J. H. Taylor was sentenced at Wildelicious Mrs. C. M. Young, who has been so certainly effective. No difference Woods. A beautiful and It, was 12' and will erect one at the same place liamsburg for the killing of Frank salad course was served. bedfast for ten weeks, is worse at how badly your stomach is disordered o'clock before the jolly crowd could for John McKinney. A. T. Scott Sumner in Pulaski county shortly beyou will get happy relief in five min. fore last year's primary. The case hospitabre liome-- Those has been helping him. this writing. cleave was tried on change of venue to utes, but what? pleases you most is present the May Phelps, were Misses Mrs. Jeff Hale has been quite sick Rev. C. C. Metcalfe has closed his Whitley county. The killing occurred that it strengthens and regulates Cobb, Elizabeth Carpenter, for a week. your stomach so you can eat your Marguerite McCormack. Josephine protracted meeting at Union Ridge. at Bourbon schoolhouse during a Mr. and Mrs. John Young are Mr. Walker Scott says he will speaking. Carpenter, Esther Burch, Elizabeth foods without fear. about the only sick ones who are im- favorite remedies give you relief Eldredge, Ruth Darnell, Marguerite leave soon for Crab Orchard. Mose HORSE SALES CALLED OFF. ' Shanks, Frances Embry, Janie Hocproving. sometimes they are slow, but not ker, Mary Katherine Hocker and Gov. Stanley has very sensibly deThe Detroit fever continues to sure. "Pape's Diapepsin" is quick, TVTia Jgrnoe Wnnrls? Messrs. James Germany now holds some 1,500,-00- 0 cided not to call a special session of rage among the Highland folks. The j positive and puts your stomach in a McAfee, Richard Cobb, Hubert Car prisoners. There are many oth- the legislature to revise the tax laws last victims are Messrs. Edgar Du- healthy condition so the misery won't penter, Thomas Bright, William ers in Austria, says the Overseas of the state. A commission will study the JjipV "Renzlev. Bona Mc- Orimptj gan, Clarence Hatfield and Will Ger-ke- come back. Agency, in giving out a list of pris- mendations matter and make recom to the next Legislature. Kechnie, Jessie Hocker and James who left for that place a few oners and booty taken since the start You feel different as soon as Woods. days ago. of the war. Among other items are THE COURT OF LAST RESORT. "Pape's Diapepsin" comes in contact Miss Effie Young, who came home with the stomach distress just vanA SPECIFIC AGAINST COLDS. 19700 cannon, 700 military carriages Around the stove of the cross roads to be at the bedside of her motherr? ishes your stomach gets sweet, no The nearest thing to a specific and 3,000 machine guns. grocery is real court of last resort. has returned to her work in Louis- gases, no belching, ho eructations of against colds is a sleeping porch or for it finally over-rulall others. ville. undigested food, your head clears open bed room and a cold sponge KEEP YOUR BOWELS REGULAR. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has Mr. and Mrs. Dugan entertained and you feel fine. bath every morning when you first As everyone knows, the bowels are been brought before this court in altheir friends with a good singing last Go now, make the best investment get up. Even then you "will occa- the sewerage system of the body, and most every cross roads grocery in greatest that week. ' you ever made, by getting a large sionally take a cold, especially when it' is of the once eachimportance your this country, and has always receivday. If ed a favorable verdict. It is in the Miss Fannie Young closed her fifty-cecase of Pape's Diapepsin, colds are epidemic, and when you do they move school at Duncan two weeks ago and rom any drug store. You realize in you will find Chamberlain's Cough bowels become constipated, take a country "where man expects to reis at home for awhile. five minutes how needless it is to Remedy a great help in enabling you dose of Chamberlain's Tablets just ceive full value for his money that Hollis Young has gone- - to work for suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia or to ge rid of it. Try it. Obtainable after supper and they will correct the this remedy is most appreciated. Ob19-- 1 tainable everywhere. disorder. Obtainable everywhere. Elza Goodpaster near Hubble. everywhere. any stomach disorder. PHr v 150-pou- nd 6c. 3 kind-heart- ed er J Yo-cum- well-know- grand-daughte- h-is-h El-ver- ee y, -- es nt X -- - J 5T- - rU The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesda,y March 7, 1916 Diversified Service, , "(ReJISSl SECOND EPISODE (Continued from Friday) The Arrows of Conflagration. Jules Legar, in his role as a master of underworld activities, was both adroit in his engagement of the services of others and painstaking in the preparation of the field wherein they should labor. Like the humble weasel, ae held that every warren should have both an exit and an entrance. So when Legar and his scientific friend, Dr. Herman Stein, engaged office suite at the top their triple-floo- r of the Central Tower building, they insisted on certain structural alterations in those offices. Not only was one of the largest windows commandeered for the installation of a strangely complex apparatus used in (which Stein's electric was announced to be the latest improvement on wireless), but the upper and lower floors of the suites were shaft connected by a smooth-wallewave-projectd Author of "THE OCCASIONAL OFFENDER." THE This Bank Performs all the Functions of a Commercial and Savings Bank. loans on good security, discounts, collections everywhere, transmission of funds by draft, telegram these are a few of the services which it places at the disposal of its patrons. Your business, personal or savings account is invited. Care of funds on checking or savings account, qsSS Union-Traders' WIRE TAPNovelized from PERS" "GUN runners;etc THE PATHE PHOTO PLAY OF THE" SAME NAME ters was a'Teverishly Tiurfle'erand" yet a surprisingly orderly one. It was not until the police reached the top floor that the elevator came to a stop. At the same moment that they poured out into the narrow hallway a mechanician in his shirt sleeves opened the door leading from Legar's private workroom and started down the hall. Before he could retreat or slam shut that door the lieutenant's blue-metale-d Last Warning. Every merchant hates remnants. It's the Lincoln County National Bank. "Corner Next. Tol Court House." the Third National, received a warning identical with mine, and already the building of the Third National bank is in flames! And what, I want to know, sir, is the meaning of it all?" The telephone bell interrupted Golden as he was about to speak. "Yes, this is Mr. Golden's house. Yes, Mr. Griswold is here. What's that?" He leaned forward for a mo ment, listening. Then the receiver fell from his flaccid hand. "My God, Gris- Stanford, Kentucky. Capital $100,000. Surplus $105,000. W. H. SHANKS, President. Resources $185,000 W. M. Bright, Cashier J. W. ROCHESTER, Asst. Cash J. B. PAXTON, Vice-Preside- nt The Interior Journal S. M. Saufley. weekly paper, and advanced its subscription price from $1 to $1.50. The I. J. is still a dollar a year but it .Publisher must be paid for in advance at that rate. $1 a Year When Paid in Advance; $1.50 When Paid at End of Year. Entered at the poitoffice at Stanford at tecond clan mail matter Heard About Town Gov. Stanley appointed Dallas Wise police judge of Liberty. State Senator Charles Arnett, of Hartwell Shanks is laid up with a Morgan county, was hanged in effigy badly injured foot as a result of a at Jackson one night late last week. recent basket ball game. Senator Arnett has attained quite a H. C. Carpenter, agent here for degree of publicity of late months. the famous Maxwell car, went to He ran for the democratic nomina- Louisville Saturday, and drove a tion for Secretary of State, voted 1916 model runabout through. against submitting the question of The Henderson high school team state-wid- e to the people although of dry district, and won the basket ball championshipDanrepresenting a very the state in the tournalnent at his latest effort, to foist a new judi ville last week. Nine schools con- cial district upon the people of his tested. M. S. Baughman, local agent for section, seems to have capped the climax as far as they were con- -, the Overland car, sold a handsome cerned. touring car to J. H. McAlister, Jr., on the Milledgeville The Cynthiana Log Cabin, has pike last week. changed from a weekly to a semi-Herman Reed, a well known ton-sorartist of Liberty, known to his many friends as "Doc" spent several days with his parents south of town early in the week, and was given a of the cordial welcome by his many friends. Farm, at Maywood, Ky. John C. Hill J. Q. Rowland, clerk of the Veranheirs of John C. Hill, da Hotel, has returned from More-lanAs agent of the where he spent about a month deceased, I will on drinking the waters from the Minks Snrimrs. Durinsr that time he gained MONDAY, MARCH 13th, 1916 12 pounds in weight and says that his being county court day, offer for sale stomach trouble has entirely disapfive-passeng- er al PUBLIC SALE d, publicly to the highest and best bidder that farm owned by John C. Hill at his death, situated at Maywood, Lincoln county, Ky., and containing about 108 acres, the sale to be cried door in in front of the court-houKy., on that date at 1:30 Stanford, p. m. The farm will be offered in three tracts and then as a whole, the bid realizing the greater price to be accepted. This farm lies right at the Louisville and Nashville railroad station at Maywood, and is only five miles from Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln county. se peared. F. F. Mobley, formerly of has located at Detroit, Fairview Station, where he is nicely situated, and to make sure that he won't miss a single issue of the I. J., sends along $3 to keep it paid up Mc-Kinne- y, well. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hundley, and little granddaughter, Nancy Hundley which, it was explained, would make easier the passage back and forth of chemicals and apparatus needed by the illustrious Doctor Stein in his carefully guarded experiments. Equally well prepared was Legar's second base of activities, the secret subcellar beneath the Owl's Nest. This second warren, deep as it stood un derground, was also provided with a secret passageway leading into a water-gate opening on the East river it self. It was from both these points that Legar was conducting his campaign e enemy Enoch against his And both of these points Golden. might have remained as well hidden as their user still dreamed them to be had it not been for the casual agency of a pocket camera. For less than an hour's work in the office of the register of automobiles had duly shown Manley that license No. 6249 belonged to one Prof. Herman Stein of 42 Maple avenue. Yet Manley, armed as he was with the knowledge of this car's identity, showed no undue haste in interfering with its movements. For still another hour of cautious shadowing on the part of Golden's private secretary provided him with the knowledge that Doctor Stein was in the habit of motoring from Maple avenue to the Central Tower building, and from that prosperous skyscraper to an humble point within a block of the Owl's Nest itself. Thirty minutes later found Manley in a telephone booth, talking to his employer. "Have you received any message from that man Legar?" asked the younger man, after impatiently explaining who he was. "I have received a message, but I don't know it came from Legar." "Then how did you get it?" "It was thrown through my house window folded up in a beer bottle." "Wifl you please read me that mes sage. And quickly, for this is imporold-tim- 1 TERMS OF SALE. One-thir- d d in six months from cash, d in twelve day of sale, and day. Lien to be months from that one-thirone-thir- retained for deferred payments. Remember the date March 13th at 1:30 p. m., in Stanford, Ky. Persons desiring further information will call on me at my office in Stanford, Ky. 17-- 4 K. S. ALCORN. of Danville, Ky., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr. Mrs. Hundley and Mrs. Carr are sisters. Mr. Hundley is president of the Danville (Ky.) Advocate and is also proprietor of the Harrodsburg Democrat. Orlando, Fla., Reporter-Sta- r. Owing to the confinement of J. who has been down Nevin with rheumatism for several weeks, the horse sale of Dinwiddie & Carter, scheduled to be held Monday, county court day, has been called off for the ensuing Monday, Col. John B. Dinwiddie, the popular auctioneer of Moreland, was down this week to make arrangements, but found Mr. Carter in such shape that he couldn't look after the entry of animals to be sold, so it. was decided to call the sale off this court day. Cai-fce- r, tant." "Here It is," answered the bewildered voice over the wire. " 'You are keeping Blondie Casey a prisoner in your house. Unless you liberate her within an hour your house will go up in flames. And after that house, your next house, and the next.' It is signed 'The Cookson Gang.' But what am I to believe? What am I to do? And what is the answer to all these mysteries?" "Whatever you do, don't let them get that young woman away from you!" Faintly the listener could hear the n. wold, your building is on fire! The bank is burning." The next minute Griswold was hurrying from the house and leaping into his waiting limousine. Golden, sitting at his desk, stared before him. startled and vacant-eyeYet that young secretary who was so foolishly accepted as feather-headewas, at the time being, anything but idle. Ten minutes after his talk over the wire with Golden he was in a taxicab speeding towards the Stein house on Maple avenue. A block away from that house he dismounted, sauntering casually up to the home of Legar's confederate as a tradesman's delivery wagon stopped before it. "Boy," he said to the youthful driver of the wagon, "that housemaid at the door there is my steady. But we scrapped and she won't even see me. Here's a dollar if you let me hand in that box of groceries for you!" "Sure," said the boy, as he pocketed the bill. Manley. whistling blithely, carried his armful of parcels into the tradesman's entrance. "My driver says these things ween't paid for," he coolly announced. "Dey vass paid for, ef'ry-dinvass paid for!" cried the German girl. "Then you go and tell him that," was the other's calm suggestion. And as the belligerent-eyemaid strode out to the wagon, Manley slipred in through the still open door, dropped his parcels and stole quickly yet guardedly up through the silent house. When he came to a large room, half library and half laboratory, he stared in wonder at the strange apparatus which stood on a table in the center of this room. He bdard the sound of approaching Hteps. He saw a door on his right and darted through it. He realised, as soon as he had done so, that he had committed the fatal error of diving into a trap. As he peered out through the still partly opened door ho saw that it was the German maid who had entered the room. Then she crossed to the closet door itself, straightened the edge of the disordered rug, closed the door and turned the key in the lock. A moment later, Manley, with his ear against the panel, heard the sound of heavier steps. Then came the even more interesting sound of voices. "Veil, wat do you say of Oldt Stein now, maybe? You still t'ink he talk foolish ven he claim dose actinic rays in conjunction mit converging wireless impulses couldn't maybe start a leetle combustion von or two miles away, d d g d revolver was covering him. Reaching back to his hip, his hand was already on the butt of a automatic. Before he could whip out that weapon, however, the lieutenant'a quick eye comprehended the movement and his own firearm spoke first. The figure fell in a heap, where he had stood in the open doorway. At the sound of that shot, from within could be heard sudden call3 and shouts and hurrying steps. , "That's Legar," cried as he caught sight of the figure side by side with .a bespectacled German striving and fighting to push shut the intervening door. But the fallen man's body lay in the way, and shirt-sleeve- d Ma-nleyone-arme- REMNANTS At the close of the season that cripples a man's business yet the most profitable way to dispose of odd sizes, job lots and remnants is to make the d Prices So Attractive That people can afford as a good investment to buy and put them away until they need them. This is our last warning concerning WINTER REMNANTS. Look at this Remnant Price. OVERCOATS. We have about 50 coats, worth $5 to $25. Your choice at JUST HALF their original MUNSING Union Suits. Only a price. few left and the price for the $2.50 one is $1.-5for the $2 ones, $1.25; for the $1.50 ones 90c, and for the $1 ones, 65c to close. WOOL and CASHMESE SOX, black and grey, 25c quality; the few boxes we have left, will cost 0; you 15c. He Slipped Unobserved Grounds. From the McRoberts & Bailey STANFORD KENTUCKY News of the Churches Presbyterian church : Mid-Weservice on Wednesday eening, at 7 o'clock. "Joseph, the Man of Hope." At the Christian church: Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at sev- ek the door refused to close. Before that body could be dragged to one side, the lieutenant and his men were in through the door, wielding nightsticks and flashing firearms. It was Manley himself who caught up a chair and brought it crashing down on a strangely complicated mechanism standing squarely in the light of the Tower window. But Legar himself had not been idle. At the first wild charge into his tower room, the master criminal had e, eh?" "A little combustion. Stein?" said an unknown voice, "you've peddled 'em out like gunfire, all over the damned city." Manley suddenly ducked back behind a waterproof, smelling acridly of acid burns, for footsteps had approached the closet door and the key was being turned in the lock. The fugitive stood close against the wall, draped by the waterproof, as the spectacled scientist groped blinkingly about for his housecoat. "Und you, Legar, if you blease, show me on der map choost vat remains to be done. Vich buildings vill you have viped out, ven der viping is still goot?" Manley, emerging from under cover, saw that the old German had left the closet door a trifle open. So moving cautiously forward, he peered out into the room. Clustered about the table, bent close over the map, he could see Stein and Legar and two of his unknown accomplices. Manley advanced silently into the room, crouching low as he went. For on the table he had already caught sight of the blueprint of Stein's projector apparatus. So, holding his breath, he crept closer and still closer. He had the blueprint in his hand, but before he could slip back from the table edge his presence was detected and his retreat cut off. He darted for the window, going through it like a circus rider through a n!)m.r i,nn A minute later the conspirators were after him. But Manley, rolling through a clump of shrubbery and doubling "rabbitlike on his pursuers, dodged under cover. By the time he had recovered his breath and his wits he slipped unobserved from the grounds, rounded the block and climbed into his waiting taxicab. "Police headquarters!" he told the ' driver. , Brief as was Manley's visit to police headquarters, that call resulted in sudden and startling movement from the great gray structure in Center street. For the mysterious fires were nqw breaking out even in crowded tenements on the East side, keeping a bewildered fire department shuttling impotently back and forth. - cThft Attpplf cm Ttjrar'a skyline guar-- 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 worth it. Good genuine Indigo Blue Denim. We have others cheaper. I W.E.PERKINS, - Crab Orchard THE BEST PLOW FOR THE FARMER, The Chattanooga Chilled Plow Use it on Trial; if not Satisfactory, Come Back and Get Your Money. GEORGE H. FARRIS. 'Xt : sound of sudden calls, of quick questions and answers and counter-questioThen the voice of Golden was once more frantically calling him over the wire. "Manley, Manley, is that you? You've spoken too late. Wilson, my butler, has just hurried in to me here. Ten minutes ago a stranger claiming to be a meter inspector got entrance to the house. Do you hear me, they've taken that girl! She's gone!" "Gone?" echoed Manley. "Then I haven't time to stand here talking." Yet, Enoch Golden, even as Manley himself, had little time for talking over that strange abduction. For two minutes later his still flurried butler announced the arrival of James the president of the Union- Traders' bank, on urgent ... business . ., .. ... . ..... uoiaen, Degan mat visuor almost as soon as he had crossed the thresh-old, "I have counted myself among your friends. But when I receive a note like this, threatening me and my business, I regard it as about time to see you, face to face." Golden took the sheet of paper from the banker's hand. He stood regarding it with troubled eyes. For it read: "You are a friend of Enoch Golden, the oppressor of the poor, the scaven-- . ger of unclean gold. The blow that is about to fall on you and your bank rails because of this alliance with evildoers. You are warned." The grim-jawe-d millionaire turned on his visitor. "That is aot all," declared the banker. "Nor is this afternoon's paper, with its bitter attack on you and your tenements all. But three hours later my fellow banker, Gresham of -Gris-wold, might have noticed where" a smaTl stone, little bigger than a man's hand, had been worked loose and lifted away from the heavy wall separating that unseen watcher from the room into which he had been peering. Yet that stone was once more In place before Legar and his worthies peered, squinting-eyed- , about the smoke-stainemasonry. Only, tho dropped crouching behind a work-tablhands of the girl, sitting silent and darted across to his parcel thoughtful in ner chair, were no longchute and there touched a hidden er trembling. The cowering look had spring. T'he next moment the chute faded from her eyes. For to her that stood open and Legar was descend- voice had not seemed an altogether ing like a plummet to the floor below. :nfamiliar one. But not before Manley had caught (TO BE CONTINUED.) sight of his vanishing head and started in pursuit. (in Third Episode Friday) Manley was joined a minute later by the police. In the meantime Legar had escaped to the street by way of PLYMOUTH ROCKS the fire escape. He hailed a taxicab and hurried Eggs for sale, 50c per setting of 15. No Eggs Exchanged. Two eastward to the Owl's Nest. minutes after Legar went rocking and Mrs. J. S. Mobley, McKinney, Ky. swerving eastward he was followed by a stranger in a second cab. This stranger drove straight to the water front, two blocks to the north, dismissed his taxi, and earnestly conlongferred with a roughly-dresseshoreman, who later rounded the slip in a rowboat and took the stranger r d 20-4v- -p d en o clock. Don t forget that next Sunday is Rally Day and Decision Day in the Bible School. LEGISLATURE WINDING UP The legislature is on the homestretch and every member with a pet bill is trying to get it through. A redisricting bill has been passed by one house which is rumored to be designed to make it possible to elect more wet members to the lawmaking-body- . Representative Claude Minor of Boyle, got a bill through the house prohibitng banks from declaring dividends before the bank surplus equals 10 per cent of the capital. President Wilson appointed former Mayor Newton G. Baker, of Cleveland, O., as secretary of war. T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Court-Hous- e, aboard. 1 I Legar, in his quarters "beneath the Owl's Nest, was in anything but an amiable mood. He stared about at his coterie of unsavory confederates. A gleam of triumph showed in his narrowing eyes as he spied a white-face- d girl in a chair near the fireplace. "Go we've got you back, little one?" he mocked. She winced as he wheeled her roughly about, but remained silent. parrot, standing on A sleepy-eyeperch beside the empty fireplace, its stirred uneasily at Legar's rough movements. The girl, rising slowly from her chair, stared into Legar's evil face. "What are you going to do with me?" she demanded. Legar laughed. "You won't be asking questions about it, when you find out!" "Courage, little one, courage!" said a low yet distinct voice. Legar, at the sound, wheeled suddenly about. "Who taught that damned bird to talk?" he demanded. There was a stir of uneasiness about the room. "Why, cap, that parrot can't talk," declared the tremulous at the end of the table, "it never could talk!" "Then who said 'Courage'?" called out the irate master criminal. "I did," said the same distinct yet ghostly voice. And had that wide-eye- d group stared closer into the fireplace, instead of at the silent and d coke-snuffer 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. More Cold Weather COMING Winter Is Just Getting Started Prepare for It by Ordering Plenty of FOX RIDGE COAL 1 3c at Yard 1 4c Delivered . J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY moiJplfisj-bJrd.iOji.itsvEerc- thgy X -- '. O Vv cr v.w w Z - ''' s. -- I, ? -- if-i i The Interior Journal. Sta nford, Kentucky: Tuesda,y March BE SURE TO CONSULT OR WRITE THE J. W. Rochester spent Sunday with his sister in Middlesboro. W. W. Withers, of Cincinnati, is the guest of relatives here. Dr. and Mrs. G. G. Terry were in Richmond last week. Miss Levisa Harris spent several days in Cincinnati. L. R. Hughes was in Mt. Vernon early in the week. Master Fount Blankenship is quite ill with a severe earache. Spaldng Hill spent the week-en- d with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Logan McCall and Miss Mary Margaret Jennings, spent w, 7, 1916 OFFICERS OF THE First National Bank, STANFORD, KY. Before Opening Your Bank Account. Sam G. Castello, of Mercer county, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Castello. Wayne County Outlook. Mrs. J. E. Claunch leaves Tuesday for Paris to attend the annual misIook a' There, If You Don't Think sionary meeting of the isM. E. church South. Mrs. Claunch district secIt's Just Wonderful for Corns!" retary of the Danville district. SIMPLE REMEDY PROMOTES "Bless my stars, look at it! Land of Somerset News. HEALTH BY OVERCOMING That tho livin'! Why. just look at it! peelcorn came ngnt o, just ime on my TENDENCY TO ing' bananas. Put your finger "Well, I Should Say DOES Work" 'Gets-I- t' Healthy Old Age Brings Happiness -- Woman's Club News They Will Pay You Three Per Cent. Interest on time deposits, and three per cent Interest on Savings Accounts, and will Furnish you the money to run your business, granting such accommodations as are consistent with conservative and progressive banking. SAVING, LIKE SPENDING IS A HABIT-Habit That Always Brings Wealth A Sunday at Maretburg. J. M. Reynolds spent several days this week with his brother-in-laJohn A. Ball, here. Wearen Hughes, of Memphis, was up last week for a day with his mother and brother here. Miss Deira Baughman of Danville, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Baughman, spent Sunday with relatives here. Mr. Will Severance is in Cincinnati this week making purchases for his store. Miss Bettie Logan, of Hustonville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. G. Weatherf ord. Miss Louise Thomas, of Frankfort, who has been the guest of Mrs. S. J. Embry returned home Tuesday. Mrs. Anna Bailey went to Lancaster Monday to resume her work in Dickerson's dry goods store. Mrs. E. J. Aldrich, of Paris, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ballard several days last week. Mr. Dennis Spragens spent the week end with his parents at "Did You Ever See the Like? No i tbe Biggest Wonder Getd-- It Selling Cora Cure is tbe World!" toe, right there. don't be afraid, the skin that's it. feel how smooth corn was. is? Well, that's where the Well, that beats all!" That's the way "Gets-It- " works on all corns, every corn, every time. It's the new. simple way of curing corns. You'll say goodlike bye to all foolish contraptions plasbundling bandages, sticky tape,grave-diggesalves, and ters, such as knives, razoas and stops pain. Applied scissors. "Gets-It- " Never in 2 seconds. or press fails. Nothing to on the corn. stick to, hurt sold, everywhere, 25c a "Gets-It- " is bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrenc toe-eatirs On Thursday. March 9th at the op era house "The Seven Sisters" with the famous actress Marguerite Clark in the feature role will be shown under the auspices of the Stanford Woman's Club. The hearty tion of the Chamber of Commerce and the general public will be highly appreciated. This is said to be a magnificent picture. The Club will meet in the club rooms in the court house next Wednesday, March 8th at 2:30 o'clock. The following program will be given : New England Poets John Greenleaf Whittier Mrs. G. G Perry. James Russell Lowell Mrs. John Engleman. Nathaniel Hawthorne, America's greatest prose writer Mrs. W. co-ope- ra Personal and Social Social Calendar. March 8 Miss Anne Davis Mc-Roberts will entertain the Sewing Club at 2:30. March 11 The Beulah Walker Circle will meet with Mrs. J. C. Eu- banks Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. March 14. The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will have a meeting at the Christian church at 2 p. m. Tuesday. Members of the missionary societies of all the other churches are cordially invited to attend. After the pro Miss Ella May Saunders has regram is rendered a social hour will turned from Louisville, where she spent about a week buying spring be enjoyed. millinery. Miss Cora Alford, who has closed Louis Curtis spent Saturday and Sunday wth his brother in Lexington. a very successful school at Polly Sam Fisher was over from Danville Ann, called at this office Monday and Sunday. had the I. J. sent to her for a year. Miss Mabel Gum of Lexington, is Walter Singleton, whose postal duthe guest of Miss Lucinda Lutes. ties give him headquarters in Louis- Mrs. Alice Owsley has been quite ville, is spending a few days with the ill of grip for several days. homefolks here. Mrs. J. W. Acey spent several days (Miss Sallie Burdett very delightwith her parents at Lancaster late fully entertained the followine mem- last week. bers of the Graded School Faculty Miss Sallie Mills Craig was the last Thursday evening: Misses Lucille week-en- d guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Gastineau, Ruth Darnell, Sallie Mills Craig, Elizabeth Eluridge and H. Baughman in Danville. beth Higgins. J I Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy, by the Lincoln Pharmacy. & Co., Chicago. 111. J Mr. Guy Smith, of Fayette coun ty, and Mr. W. C. Jacoby, of Paris, were the guests of Miss Lucinda Lutes Lutes Sunday. Mrs. Fred Neighbors, of Louisville and Mrs. Ewing Sutltz of Knoxville, Tenn., have been guests last week of their sister, Mrs. W. K. Warner and FOR SALE. Good fresh cow family. with good bull calf. A. Zurbrugg, Mrs. E. L. Reinhart and Miss Elp R. D. 3, box 12, Stanford. len Ballou were in Cincinnati last week to hear Harry Reinhart play FOR SALE. Five nice shoats; will at a big musical event in the Queen weigh A. Man100 pounds. 19-3- Advancing years impair the action of the vital organs. Old age should 1vt .M be the period of greatest happiness, but good health is necessary. ConMi stipation should not be tolerated it r,F "st J?? is olten the direct cause of ill health. Headache, belching, biliousness, i,.f bloat, drowsiness after eating and ' other symptoms of constipation can to " j ...f .iaBHvA v be readily relieved by the use of a simple laxative compound sold in drug stores under the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Mr. J. H. J AJMVA AHv,vy j& vv.aR.v.-:wwtBristol, 1412 Geddes ave., Ann ArMR. J. H BRISTOL. bor, Mich., who is 83 years old, says "Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is the comfort. For over a quarter of a best remedy I ever used for constipa- century it has been the standard tion and I aways have a bottle of it household remedy in thousands of B. McKinney 16 The Scarlet Letter- - Disc.isscd by in the house to use when I feel the homes. Druggists everywhere sell need of it.; it never disappoints." fifty cents a bottle. A trial botfor Ue Clu Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a tle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin by can be laxative preparation, ADS mildeffect, acting easily andpositive in writing obtained, free of charge, 454 CENT naturally to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, its without griping or other pain or dis- - Washington St., Monticello, Illinois. (Ads here are l cent a word each is-- 1 sue, cash villi order; no ad. less of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Castello, Mrs. C. C. Leete, of Washington,) than 25c each issue.) is the jruest of her father, Rev. J. G. Mercer, spent Tuesday in Stanford. SPRING Ginghams a large as- Livingston, before returning to her W. M. Bright and daughter, Miss 19-- 1 sortment. Robinson's. Floi'ence, of Normal, 111., stopped off home. far western Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Cundiff, of early this week for a brief stay with Stearns, are here at l.e bedside of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bright and famFOR SALE A gentle young horse route home from St. their little son who is suffering with ily, en "Clo mliBro thpv hfivp Peters-V.H1-well broken. H. C. Carpenter, Stan- pneumonia at the Somerset sanitarsr.ent 19-- tf several weeks. ford. News. ium. Somerset mi ........ ! -- 9 . r. . &2w - fmri fu vi-ss- -- -A- -WORD .T SPRING MILLINERY OPENING AT A. J. Weddle & Son's, Hustonville, Ky., on Saturday, March -- 1 8th, City. 19-l- p ning, Stanford. Miss Annie Bronaugh, formerly of Crab Uvcharu, passed tnrougn on a FOR SALE $550 Kurtzmann up train last week from Louisville to she has opened a right piano, good as new, for sale at Pineville, whera low price. Address Glenn Ricketts, handsome millinery store. lG-4- p Miss Nancy Yeager has returned Nicholasville, Ky. from a visit to Mrs. Kenny DeHaven at Mt. Sterling. Sne as accompaBULL. I will stand a nice Red nied home "by Master Wallace DeHa-"ve- Hornless bull at my place, on Green Jr. River, a half mile from Jumbo at. 50 Mi, and Mrs. E. R. Hutchings and cents at the gate. John Hooker. son, Raines Murray, who recently sold their farm at Midway will make FOR SALE. Two pair of coming their horre in their flats here. Mr. Hutchings is at IMartinsville recover mare mules; have been ing from a severe illness. H. C. Anderson, Stanfrod, worked. 18-- 3 Mrs. W. R. Rice, who has been Ky. the guest of "Mrs. Susan Yeager, for the past "week, returned to her "home FOR RENT. Blacksmith shop, Monday. Mrs. Yeager accompanied and complete set. of tools. On Somher foT a short visit. erset street, known as Greer's stand. p John McRoberts, of Lancaster, Mrs. Mary Straub. who nas been attending a pharmacy school at Louisville, stopped off here FOR SALE. Onions, potato or Saturday for a short visit to rela- hill, at N. Hall's, on Stanford and tives en remte to "his home at Lan- Somerset pike, P. O., Waynesburg, 7-- about J. n, R ugs and Carpets You will find an unusually varied supply of floor coverings in all grades at our store. If you want one of the rich, soft, beautifully colored Oriental rugs for your parlor or hall 19-2- -- caster. X- You Are Cordially Invited to Attend. sgrfRl: ford and "Mrs. J. H. Baughman, of Danville, went to Lexington early this weeTv to see the great actor, play. Mrs. James McBee substituted for Miss Craig in the hign school. News has been received from Tampa, Fla., of the birth of a baby daughter, to Mrs. Mark CoTlls, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adam "W. Carpenter of the West FJnd of this county. Mrs. Carpenter is in Tampa now, with Mr. and Mrs. Col-l- is -- Miss Sallie Mills Craig of Stan- Route 1. 19-- 2 Forbes-Ro'bertso- n, FOR SALE. Eight pairs of coming mules; will be sold at public auction at Nunnelley's Stock Yards, Monday, Court Day, at 19-- 2 1 o'clock. Foster & Woods. two-year-o- ld FOR SALE. Home grown Sudan grass seed, free from Johnson grass or other objectionable seed; makes two cuttings of excellent hay. J. T. 19-2- p Livingston, Stanford, R.I. FOR RENT. House recently vacated by Fred Garnett, on Hustonville street. All in good repair; a new house and outbuildings. E. T. 17-1- 9 Pence, Jr. FOR SALE. I will sell at public outcry at the court louse door, Monday, March 13, county court day, eight shares of stock in the Crab Orchard Banking Company. The stock will be sold in blocks of two shares. W. A. Tribble, Stanford, Ky. . 19-- 2 we can put it there. And quite as readily we can give you the simpler weaves in rugs or carpets strong, g goods of American man elegant, long-wearin- ufacture. In fact, we specialize in domestic materials of medium price and highest quality. t EASTER NEXT MONTH PREPARE YOURSELF Miss Elveree Cobb, of Danville, entertained a few of her friends last week at a six o'clock dinner jr her home. Those present were: "Misses Elizabeth Carpenter. Mae Phelps, Sallie "Mills Craig, Hazel Seay and Lfllie Seay; Messrs. William McAfee, Yager, William Grimes, William Bright, Thomas James McAfee, Jesse Hocker and Richard Cobb. Our Word Is a Guaranty of Honest Values- - Spring Line of Wall Paper Now in Stock. Priced to Suit Any Purse. FOR THE ATTACK. We have now on Display Mamma! Don You See Tour Child Is Sick, Constipated PENCE & HILL, Stanford. iBHPrS iQ t f I All the New Colors, and Styles in the celebrated r "Griffon" Clothes, For Men and Young Men. None better. Prices are right. These are by far of" i ..... the nicest selection Stanford. Clothing ever brought to XTn j ROBINSON'S. JU W s One FOR SALE. Look at Tortgue ! Move Poisons from Bowels At "Liver and Shorthorn bull, registered; 2 Once Shorthorn bull, subject to register. Shorthorn cows and neifers for sale. R. M. Blackerby, R. R. 1, StanMother! Your child isn't naturally ford, Ky. 19-- 2 cross and peevish. See if tongue is coated; ths "is a sure sign its little CALL at E. T. Pence's and see the stomach, liver and bowels need a cleansing at once. best line of high grade Buggies that When listless, pale, feverish, full 'lias ever been in Stanford. Strictly of cold, "breath had, throat sore, does- the latest. Also all kinds of implen't eat sleep or act naturally, has ments, wagons and harness. E. T. 17-1- 9 stomach-achdiarrhoea, remember, Pence, Jr. a gentle liver and bowel cleansing ON account of mother's illness, I should always be tne first treatment given. take this method of applying for a "California Syrup school. Trustees wanting an experiNothing equals of Figs" for children's ills; give a enced teacher, holding a first, write teaspoonful, and in a few hours all me; references given. Fannie Young, 19-- 4 the foul waste, sour bile and fer- Waynesburg, Ky. menting feed which is clogged in FOR SALE. Seed oats, orchard passes out of the system, and you have a well and playfj child grass seed, baled Timothy, clover and and three again. All children love his harm- alfalfa hay, four three young mares, mules, less, delicious "fruit laxative," and it hornless Shorthorn bulls; some fresh never fails to effect a good "inside" Jersey cows. A. W. Carpenter, More-lanKy. 16tf cleansing. Directions for babies, ages and grqwn-up- s children of all FOR SALE. I wish to sell the are plainly on the bottle. Keep it handy in your home. A lumber and brick, windows and doors house; must be torn little given today saves a sick child in a nice tomorrow, but get the genuine. Ask down in next 60 days; house located bottle of on the Danville "and Stanford pike, your druggist for a Syrup of Figs," then look near Hanging Fork bridge. Apply "California and see that it is made by the Cali to Dr. J. T. Hammond, Shelby, City, , 19-- 1 Ky. 184 .fornia Fig Syrup Co." 10-mo.-- MSc rJb i When inline vYiuie K ,v" Si e, .i Gets the Tummy Ache! puckery persimmons or too much jelly cake. Old' fashioned 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. The youngsters just will eat green apples or d, hot water bottles in your home ache and rheumatism, too. goods to be had. You ought to have one of our guaranteed carry the highest quality of rubber oil in bulk for neuralgia, tootlv We -- 50-ce- nt I V. ,-- and active as greased lightning. Our castor or capsule is as slick The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. ACEY, Proprietor. Dr. W. N. CRAIG, PknMekt x . t.' ' - .'& ". t. M jf-.? - '. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesda;y March 7, 1916 thru a two-inc- h ring. Gravel must 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 approved by County Judge. All work must be completed on or before October loth, 1916. Contractors shall begin work when notified, and continue 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 met al 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 Many Makes At Similar Prices One Chassis Six Body excells at any one thing. An ARTIST is one Styles GENIUS is doing one "thing better than any one else, whether Standard Chassis for light deapplied to building a motor car or mouse trap. livery $565 Roadster Distinctive design in a motor car is desirable but not paramount. $635 Touring $655 The trained eye distin"Handsome is as handsome does Touring (with all weather top) $755 guishes the thoroughbred from the broncho, and no car in its price Cabriolet $865 class embodies the advanced Maxwell design. Town Car $915 More important is the maker with impregnable financial strength unlimited factory facilities experienced engineers well located service stations and a policy of concentrating on the developAll Prices F. O. B. Detroit of a single model year after year (only in this way is a lasting ment success attained) and for the person who seeks economy the car Completely equipped, including elecmust combine light weight with great strength. tric lighting and starting demountis the Maxwell story in its 3rd year, the Maxwell 25 This able rims Stewart Speedometer 0 record the 1916 model, has established the world's non-sto- p one man mohair top, etc. no ad odd miles with sealed mechanism no replacements justments an average of 9,87 miles on a 30x3- - tire. THIS is genius. Surely in its price class the MAXWELL is the car to buy. Which car shall I 1 .ttje i buy? A e pike. 25 Stanford, Ky. yards gravel. Stanford Milledgeville 22,-00Sec. 1 From Stanford-Hustoville pike to Hangjn Fork Creek. 35 yards gravel. Sec. 2. From Hanging Fork at McKechnie's to end of road at 1 Creek to Hustonville-Danvill- e pike. Mrs. Broaddus.' 20 yards gravel. o0 yards gravel. Carpenter's Station Moreland. Stanford Preachersville. From Hustonville - Bradfordsville Sec. 1 From Stanford-Cra- b Orchpike to Hustonville-Danvill- e pike. 50 ard pike branch. 25 yards gravel. yards stone. Crab Orchard Lancaster Sec. 2. From Wilkinson's branch insure Sec. 1. From Crab Orchard city Order now to to Crab Orchard-Lancastpike. 50 limits to Drake's Creek. 75 yirds yards stone. stone. prompt delivery Stanford Crab Orchard. Sec. 2. From Drake's Creek to Stanford, Kentucky Lincoln County National Bank Sec. 1. From Stanford city limits Garrard county line. 200 yards gravto Baughman-Carpentdirt road. el. State aid. Crab Orchard Ch.ppeJ!s Vp. Sec. 2. From Eaughman-Carpen-tFrom Crab Orchard city limits to dirt road to Thompson-Gaine- s end of road. 100 yards gravel. ?ate. State aid. Robinson. Sec. 3. From Thompson-Gaine- s From Stanford-Rus- h Branch pike rate to Ft. Whitley dirt road. State to Danville-Lancastpike. 20 yards aid. gravel. Sec. 4. From Ft. Whitley dirt Hustonville Coffey Mill road to Crab Orchard city limits. Sec. 1. From Hustonville city Mo., $125 a bushel was paid for some Clay Bottom, of Junction City pur- State aid. milk, and they kept a pile of coal limits to John Burton's. 200 yards Old Prescription i pure Yellow Dent corn. This is be gravel. ashes with lime sprinkled on it. For chased of Charles Roberts, of Casey Stanford Ottenheim. county 15 head Sec. 1. John Burton's lieved to be the highest price ever For Weak Kidneys the month of January, 1916, Mrs. aged 600 pounds of steers that aver- pike tc J. G.From Stanford-Somers- grav- Mt.Sec. 2. From yards stone. to at 6 cents. He sold Lynn's. 50 yards We offer One Hundred Dollars Rinard for any paid Salem. 100 in Missouri for corn. There Conn sold 50 dozen eggs besides them to Tom Reynierson, of Big el. ' case of CaLirrli luat cannot be cured by Hall's Hustonville Danville. Catarrh Cure. were thirty ears of corn that brought Sec. 2. From J. G. Lynn's to Sec. 1. From Hustonville city A medicinal preparation like Dr. what they ate, which is certainly a South Fork at 8 cents. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Boone's gate. 40 yards gravel. limits to Carter's dirt road.' 100 I J. $25 and ten exceptionally choice ears Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, We, the iindcrslsued, have known that has real splendid record. Chewy for the last 15 years, and believe hlui which sold at $26. Sec. 3. From Boone's Col. James I. Hamilton, of Lancurative value almost sells itself. In all business transactions Notice to Contractors tenheim. 60 yards gravel.gate to Ot- yards gravel.From Carter's dirt road perfectly honorable Sec. 2. and financially able to carry out any obligations James Robinson, of the stock firm Like an endless chain system the caster, will grow about the largest to Harris' Creek. 600 yards stone. Stanford Dix River. made by his firm. NAT. BANK OF COMMF.RCE. Sec. 1. From Stanford-Cra- b Sec. 3. From Harris' Creek to Orof Pope & Robinson, of Lancaster, remedy is recommended by those acreage of hemp in this part, of the Toledo, Ohio. Bids will be received at the County chard pike to Hayden's Switch. 35 Boyle county line. 100 yards stone. Hall's Catarrh Cure l taten Internally, actinp returned the latter part of the past who have been benefitted to those state the coming season, as he will Clerk's office at Stanford, Ky., until yards stone. Hustonville McKinney. directly upon the blood and mucous urfaces of who are in need of it. very likely give as much as three twelve o'clock noon Friday, March Hustonville-Coffey- 's Sec. 2. From the hysteiu. Testimonial sent free. Price 75 week from Letcher county, where he Mill pike 10th, 1916 for the metal for the va- Traylor's lane. Hayden's Switch to to From per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. cents McKinney-Coffey'- s bought a car load of cattle numberis a hundred acres to the fiber, fifty acres rious pikes described below. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Ro75 yards gravel. Mill pike. "25 Bids Take IIallJ Family Wis for constipation. Sec. 3. From Traylor's lane to yards gravel. ing about 60 head that they will put physician's prescription. It has been to be given to the production of the must.be sealed and plainly marked Garrard county line. CO yards stone. Hustonville Carpenter's Creek local market and sell to the tested for years and has brought re- seed, and the remaining land to the "TURNPIKE BID.' on the contracts will Sec. 1. From Hustonville city Stanford Lancaster. lint yield. Mr. Hamilton has already be let to the lowest responsible bidvarious farmers and dealers of that sults to countless numbers who have 1. From Stanford City Farm and Stock der, who shall furnish satisfactory its Sec.Logan's lane. 200 yards lim- limits to bridge at Mrs. William's. ' engaged 1,500 bushels of the 1916 section. to suffered. stone. 300 yards stone. i security in amount of the contract. Sec. From Sec. 2. From bridge at Mrs. WilThe success of Dr. Kilmer's seed output at $3 per bushel. Mr. The Court reserves the right to re- Garrard 2. county Logan's lane to sold to Afchby Arnold, of Garrard, Several I. J. subscribers have had line. 100 yards liams' to Casey county line. 300 Swamp-Rois due to the fact that Lewis, near Lancaster, has rented a ject any or all bids. Contractor shall stone. G. A. Swinebroad 50 ewes with lambs exceptionally success with their poulyards stone. tract in the south Lancasor if stone is to be Stanford Rowland. McKinney Coffey's Mill. thrown in at $10. try and it is always glad to tell about it fulfills almost every wish in over- ter vicinity that he will put in hemp, state broken. Stone mustmachine be of good hand From Stanford city limits to StanforSec. 1. From McKinney City limdelivering to J. H. what they are doing. Mr. and Mis. coming kidney, liver and bladder di- while Rankin & Rankin, near Hub- quality, and of size that will pass d-Crab C. C. Withers is Orchard pike at Rowland. its to J. S. Mobley's. 100 yards Baughman & Co., 50 barrels of corn F. J. Conn, of Garrard, had 45 seases, corrects urinary troubles and 25 yards gravel. stone. ble are said to be considering a 100-acat $4 a barrel. Brown Leghorn hens, from which neutralizes the uric acid which causSec. 2. From J. S. Mobley's to Stanford Somerset tract of hemp, with some 8 or John C. Robinson, of Boyle, sold Mrs. Conn sold 520 dozen eggs for es rheumatism. Sec. 1. From Stanford city lim- ML Salem. 300 yards stone. 10 acres reserved for the seed proto Johnson & Wbitehouse, Dam die its to Ottenheim pike. 140 yards Sec. 3. From Mt. Salem to Casey Do not suffer. Get a bottle of buyers, 23 htwd of heavy steers tnat $104, an average of 20 cents per duction; George Brown and son. stone. county line. 100 yards stone. Swamp-Rodozen, which would be 17 cases, with from any druggist, now. Frank Brown, on the Buckeye road, avetaged 1.200 pounds, at 7 c. Sec. 2. From Ottenheim pike to McKinney Turnersville. May wood dirt road. 60 yards stone. H. Bautrhman, of Danville, came j 30 dozen to the case. They seti their Start treatment today. From Stanford-HustonvilJ. pike to in Garrard, are preparing to grow Sec. 3. From Maywood dirt road McKinney city limits. over late Monday and early this t incubator four times with 120 eggs 100 yards However, if you wish first to test about 75 acres, whie W. E. Cook, a to Carter's store. 30 yards gravel. gravel. moraine weighed up 76 shoats which each time, which would be 480 or 40 this great preparation send 10 cents! Center Brothers, of Lancaster, Sec. 4. From Carter's store to he bought from T. W. Jones at $7.25 dozen. They used 60 McKinney South Fork dozen or 720 to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, shipped a car load of hogs from GarHutchinson's school house. 30 yards Sec. 1. From Stanford-Hustonvila hundred. The young porkers aveeggs. Many hens lay eggs out in the N. Y., for a sample bottle. When stone. pike to McKinney city limits. raged 90 pounds. rard county Friday to J. F. Saddler Sec. 5. From Hutchinson's school 100 yards gravel. T. W. Jones bought a bunch of weeds and woods that they never got writing be sure and menton the In- - and Company, at Cincinnati. The house to Butt's store.. 35 yards Sec. 2. From McKinney city A 17 shoats from Henry Fields, on the some 30 or 40 dozen or 7,920 eggs teror Journal, Stanord. consignment consisted of 97 porkers stone. limits to end of road. 75 yards grav17Q eggs to the hen or 14 3 Ottenheim pike, that averaged 85 or Sec. 6. From Butt's store to el. that ran in weight all tne way from pounds. Mr. Fields got $6.85 a hun- dozen to the hen at 20 cents per doz- of 19 cents per pound, or $19.80 125 pounds per animal to King's Mountain pike. 100 yards Turnersville McCormack's Church. stone. dred for them. Sec. 1. From Stanford-Hustonvilen would be $2.93 2 per hen. Of worth of butter from one cow, be- weight. These hogs cost on an aveSec. 7. From King's Mountain pike to Hanging Fork creek. 30 James I. Hamilton, of Lancaster, the 480 eggs set, they hatched with sides what they used, about 4 or 4 2 rage of $7.50 per hundred. Some Dike to King's Mountain dirt road. yards gravel. has engaged a bunch of cattle, about the old trusty 445 chicks, but, lost pounds per week or 230 pounds dur- of the best bunches were, bought 30 yards gravel. Sec. 2. From Hanging Fork creek 35 head, from Mr. Lewis of Lancas- in the July flood some 250 chicks ing the year 1915. This is actually from Sec. 8. From King's Mountain to pike. 30 Preachersville dealers, 25 hogs ter, the bovines averaging 1,100 from frying size down. They sold what Mrs. Conn sold; of course, some having been purchased from James dirt road to Waynesburg. 100 yards yards gravel. gravel. Sec. 3. From pounds and to be delivered next $21.50 worth of chicks, besides what can beat it, as they didn't take any Thompson that averaged 135 pounds pike to Stanford-Kno- b Stanford Hustonville. Lick pike Tuesday at 7 cents per pound. they ate. Mr. and Mrs. Conn sold particular care of their hens. They and cost 7 4 cents per pound; 25 Sec. 1. From Stanford city lim- 30 yards gravel. , At an auction sale at Carrollton, 110 pounds of butter at an average feed corn in the morning and skim head of swine were bought from Loits to Cash's store. 150 yards stone. Danville Lancaster Sec. 2. From Cash's store to Sec. 1. From Dix river bridge to gan Thompson, weight about the Hanging Fork "creek. 150 yards Robinson pike. 100 yards stone. same and at the same price; 19 head stone. Sec. 2. From Robinson's pike to were purchased from J. C. Morgan Sec. 3. From Hanging Fork Hanging Fork creek bridge. 50 yards creek to Hustonville city limits. 300 stone. on the Crab Orchard road at $7.35 yards stone. Lincoln Boyle. per hundred. King's Mountain Pleasant Point. From Boyle county line near Stanford-west Garrard farmer, may allot from pike to Danville From Stanford-Somerspike to Boyle county 30 to 40 acres to hemp, with 10 ' Why not have one this year? King's Mountain. 100 yards gravel. line near Buck Baughman's. 25 King's Mountain Duncan. yards gravel. acres for seed yield. Luther King, Weigh your saving in corn, From King's Mountain to Casey i Bidders may bid to spread metal near Hubble, is preparing for a county line. 50 yards gravel. on road or to put on margin of road your reduced need for hay, bran tract of hemp seed; Farris Preachersville Garrard County in heap. All metal must be in large expensive fodder, and other i of the Hedgeville section, pike smooth heaps so it may be measured From Crab Orchard-Lancastthe improved condition of your FOR SALE 300 acres; FOR SALE. 38 acres, FOR SALE 190 acres; two to Garrard county line. 10 yards accurately. Metal to be spread where given to the prowill have 20 acres 'cattle from silage feeding, gravel. designated by Engineer. residence; 150 acres in grass, bal- cottage; good barn; 5 miles from miles from Hustonville; 130 acres duction of seed, and a large field Hanging Fork Hubble. J. L. McKEE RIFFE. against the cost of a silo and ance in cultivation; 3 large stock court house; bargain if sold at in g"3ST balance in cultivation; put allotted to hemp ; Josh Jones will From Stanford-Rus- h Branch pike Co. Road Engineer. figure it there is only one way. to barns; 1 large tobacco barn; on once. residence; barn 50x70; large in about 100 acres this season in good turnpike. This is A-- l farm. FOR SALE tract concrete silo; fencing all new; hemp; T. W. Jones, a Yetf'refotSavagBriUsagMwcyframe residence on Main street, 3 good community; in the richest Price and terms right. in the fiber with about 8 acres of the FOR SALE 575 acres, 1 2 squares from court house; will sell part of county. Price $75 per seed, while J. C. Eubanks will haye 'by trying to do without a silo., miles from railroad station; in this for $1,700 cash down; will acre terms easy. one of the biggest boundaries cultiwill price not stay on the market long at the graded school district; FOR SALE 70 acres; vated to hemp in the Hubble section. And every year you hesitate meansi price. as a whole or divide. house good barn; good orchard; Most of the hemp, growers have been a probably increased cost due to ad., vancing costs of lumber, metals and FOR SALE. 54 acres; new FOR SALE 100 acres, 30 acres cultivation, balance in buying seed for their spring sowing labor. No better time than "right house; good barn, 225 fruit trees; house; new barn, 32 acres timber. Price $1,200. of hemp at $12 per bushel, while Mr. now", no better place than right here. 70 acres cultivation, balance in in grass and cultivation; 5 acres FOR SALE Hamilton and other growers of Gar7 2 acres; at home to get that silo you need. timber; 3 2 miles from Stan- peach and apple orchard; balance house; new barn; 27 acres rard are said to have been paying as Let Us Prove ItJWtth Figure! in timber; 2 miles from Crab Or- grass and cultivation, balance in ford. Price $25 per acre. much as $15 per bushel for hemp Bar-gai- n FOR SALE 35 acres; good chard. Price $28 per acre. timber; 4 mile of school. seed. KENTUCKY SILO CO. house; FOR SALE limestone land; 125 acres; 3 at $1,200 cash down. new barn; 4 2 miles north of small houses; 2 barns; 50 acres , resiSALE Beautiful FOR W. P. Kincaid, Manner-StanfordTHE OLD RELIABLE" Stanford; 28 acres in grass, bal- grass and cultivation, balance in dence; on Lancaster street; 5 - Kentucky ance cultivation. Price $3,400. timber; good orchard; 8 mile acres land. Price right. Easy Easy terms. school. Price $15 per acre. terms. Hustonville-Danvilln- fifteenth. I propose to prosecute any one neglecting to have his contract in on time. Stanford Danville. 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-Huston-vilpike to Hanging Fork Creek. 25 yards stone. Sec. 2 From Hanging Fork Creek er le ! RELIANCE A Thin Model Watch and now Ingersoll is turning out a very, very thin model watch for $3. , 7-jewel, have them here for you look at; and they're interto esting enough to look at, even if you haven't j the least idea you need 5 "0 I a watch. The price is We PENN'YS DRUG STORE il It to e At H. C. Carpenter, Agent er er er er How's This? I et ot Nevs ot 75-ac- re I re ot J 2-- nie! WITHOUT P' le le 300-pou- nd 1-- 1-- , 1-- M Pay For le Stanford-Milledgevil- le Stanford-Milledgevil- le You List of Properties in Lincoln County and Stanford For Sale. ry ry 1-- One Every Year et I Fitz-patric- k, er 60-ac- re - Try Our Oliver Sulky Riding Plows. Two Styles. Nothing Equal Them In The Reld. : : 1-- 4-ro- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- j A. B. FLORENCE, Office 26,UncolnNatBankBIdg., Stanford, Ky. s REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. iiiiii ?.. W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. Hfr .& r . it T-- 1 L." Jt : k. I rliy .J.l .v-w- p., e Ehuxe HB , V- -