You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): March 17, 1916 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1916 int1916031701_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 17, 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. .T J Established 1860. 5 7tk Year.-- No. RAILROAD WILL MOVE DIVISION The Interior Journal 22 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, March 17, 1916 COMPLIMENTED Tuesdays and Fridays CV HAM-RAMSEY I LATEST NEWS FROM MEXICO. PRESIDENT OF 8TH DISTRICT STIR UP THINGS j "v FAIR Beyond the fact tljat the United The Domestic Science Department State Road Department Expert Says States forces under iGen. Pershing Division of W. C. T. U. Addresses Unm iiuuc-Huijjpc- XrU: J jamons uur v Cl U.A seems to be accomplishing much. The They Will Do Good. Work. Local Organization Tuesday IS ASSURED had penetrated about twnety miles Seniors have recently finished makand Libel Suit in Texas C into Mexico last nighti the military ing dresses, and the Junior girls have W. A. Obenchain, of the Depart- authorities along the border had lit(Contributed) Says Col. Sam Owens, Who Has Been made waists. The Arts and Craft Corpus Christi, Texas, w te the K. of P.'s Vote to Hold Exhibition The regular monthly meeting of ment of Public Roads at Frankfort, tle to divulge. Unoffjcial reports display was held in the domestic sci- has" Buying Property Desired by Q. been here several days this week along the border, especially at Co- the Stanford Woman's Christian Evangelists Ham and Ramsey went and Officials ence room, and although ony a few Chamber "inlumbus, & C, Near Bowen. attended, many interesting and beau- inspecting the bids accepted by the vading" said that the American Mex- Temperance Union was held in the after conducting their great evangeof Commerce to Christian church Tuesday, March 14 forces had encountered last for road retiful articles were on display. The Fiscal Court work weekLincoln coun- ican snipers and that s.s,en in construction soldiers at two o'clock. Happy, indeed, were listic campaign at Danville, was D. S. Class of Stanford donated many By an almost unanimous vote of ty this year. Mr. Oebnchain is a had been hit by the scattering fire. the ladies of the Stanford union tn turned topsy turvy by the work of Notwithstanding the vigorous de- samples of hand-worhvelcome at this meeting a goodly these men, and at an election held Diadem Lodge No. 81, Knights of Pythoroughly experienced and practical Evidence that the Carranza The members of the eighth grade nials of the Danville Advocate that thias at its regular meeting Thursis not to be as thorough as was numoer irom tne missionary societies road man and civil engineer. He is the Cincinnati Southern railroad has and high school will be permitted to going over all of the specifications at first announced wrs received yes- of the town. Also they considered immediately afterward voted out sa- day night, it was decided to hold the any intention of changing the divi- attend the lectures at the court-hou- be an and plans for road work as mapped terday along the border, and the themselves fortunate that the pastors loons by a majority of 300, notwith- annual K. of P. fair this year on Friday afternoon.' This will sion point from Danville to Bowen interesting program and should be out, very systematically. Mr. Oben- army officers now hope that Carran- of Stanford honored them win their standing the fact that the liquor in- August 23, 24 and 25. News that the Fair will be held chain pays the Woodard Brothers, of za will be able to hold in check his presence and their talks were most terests had previously dominated that and Junction City, Col. Sam M. Ow- well attended by the patrons. Jessamine county, who got the con- commanders, who do not agree with encouraging and showed they are in city at previous elections. Several this year as usual, will be good news Due to the above fact the Literarv ens, who has been a special agent to the large and enthusiastic memreconstruc- his course. Villa, with no more than hearty sympathy and tracts for the state-ai- d years, Societies will be held on Thursday tion of the Danville and Crab Orch- a few hundred of his men, is believed with the work the W. C. T. U. is do- complications grew out of the revival bership of the local lodge who workof the road for a number of afternoon. forces ed so hard and faithfully last year pikes, high compliment, declar- to have taken refuge in the Sierra ing. Again, were we to be congrat- conducted by the stated here Monday that the railroad Rev. P. L. Bruce conducted the ard that, ing they are finished and experi- Madras Range. The battleship Ken- ulated in having with us the Presi- in the Texas city, which are of in- to make the fair a success, despite company has all plans made for the chapel exercises Monday morning, enced road builders and will give this tucky has been ordered from New dent of the 8th District, division of terest to the thousands in this sec- the most unfavorable and discourremoval. Mr. Owens conducted ne- which was enjoyed by all. county a job that the people will be Orleans to Vera Cruz. the W. C. T. U., Mrs. J. K. Baugh-ma- n, tion who heard them at Danville. A aging weather conditions, yet had the Miss Esther unable to satisfaction of knowing that the balgotiations with the property owners meet her class Burch wason account proud of. Mr. Obenchain expressed of Hustonville, whose address Monday, much interest in the forthcoming The most wonderful picture of the was not only inspiring, as she is a well known lawyer of Corpus Christi ance was on the right side of the Lincoln county af- of being called out of town. in the section of road bond election in Lincoln courity day "The Battle Cry of Peace" at most gifted speaker, but her message attempted to horse-whi- p Rev. Ham ledger after all. Crack of the Bat. fected, and has secured favorable The same officers who labored so to be held on May 13th. He said the Opera House Wednesday Mati- was full of hope and great expecta in a hotel, and a later development Last Monday saw the athletes cadeals with all with the exception of .that the sum of $200,000, if voted, nee and night. tions for the future when that enemy of the revival came when Frank B. incessantly last year to make the envorting on S. H. S. fiield terprise a success, were unanimousone, through whose lands condem- it was the first afternoon and altho ought to go a long ways toward putyj2. suuia iiu ueanujet ui numes ana out sev- ting the highways of this county in to serve for this year's PLEASANT POINT. happiness, the liquor traffic, shall not Harrison, correspondent at Corpus ly nation proceedings may have to be eral of the boys showed first class condition. be run from one state to another but Christi, Tex., for the Associated fair, and with the membership of the Miss Maggie Routen of Lexington, instituted. Mr. J. F. Russell, of the form. The only work they were perfrom our fair nation. At the conclu- j Press and several daily newspapers lodge enthusiastically behind them, is with homefolks this week. Bowen section, brought blue prints mitted to engage in was chasing flies TO REST UP AT DANVILLE. sion of the program, all were asked in Texas, brought suit against twenty-- will undoubtedly put over a big winthe outer gardens. iMr. W. P. Warriner, is the guest to remain for a social ner this time, if weather conditions showing the property acquired by the in Although two stars, Wood A dispatch from Lexington says: time and were one and local business concerns, three are at all propitious. Monday and ex- Coleman, of last year's team were Almost prostrated as the result of of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James served with chocolate and wafers. railroad to Stanford A most encouraging feature of the We felt the afternoon was both en- corporations, a national bank and hibited them at the I. J. office. The lost, S. H. S. still claims to have her harrowing experiences and the Bunch. joyable and profitable. The program five pastors of city churches, asking movement for this year's fair, was A large number attended the birthblue prints were made by the rail- "some" team and many games will fatigue of her journey, Mrs. Christothe assurance of active and complete pher Williams, who vas at Columbus, day party given at. the home of Miss rendered was in full as follows: $50,000 damages for libel growing road's engineers from headquarters be played this season. A few of N. M., with the K. P.'s by the Song, by all Let the Lower Lights out of a signed protest dispatched when that town was raided those out for practice were: J. Cash, at Cincinnati. to Stanford Chamber of Commerce. by the Villa bandits last Thursday Lora Lee Bunch, in honor of her 21st Be Burning. In talking of the matter Mr. Owens Spoonamore and "Tubby" Martin, Scripture lesson, Gal. 6:1-1- 0 Mrs. officers of Associated Press regard- President J. C. McClary and Mr. W. said that the railroad had finally de who will put up a lively fight for the morning, arrived in Lexington last birthday. They all went away feeling a story appearing in certain pa- H. Higgins, of that body, were presnight. In her flight she was convey- ing happy and glad that they were J. W. Bryant. termined to make the change and receiving honors; Gover and Rein- ent at the lodge Prayer Mrs. Adelia Woods. 40 ed pers under a Corpus Christi date line the lodge assurancemeeting and gave from that one of the chief reasons there- hart, both of whom have shown bril- the to Deming a N. Mv car, miles reach- there. that the members The Bible and Temperance Mrs. as to features of the scene, in motor and refor Avas the inhospitable manner in liantly on various occasions will asof the Chamber of Commerce feel Mr. and Mrs. John Walls, of Stan- Jay Howenstine. which it had been treated by the peo- say to battle for the slab honors; ed here by way of Chicago. She was Sacredness and Responsibility of vival services being conducted there. that the K. P. fair means a great ple of Danville generally, a large Sam Embry will cover first base; accompanied from Columbus by her ford, were the guests of his brother, The story complained of was to the deal to Stanford as well as to the daughter-in-laParenthood Mrs. J. B. Paxton. and their little son. Mr. George Walls,, last Sunday. suit having been filed against it there, Clem Hill, who demonstrated his abilSong, by choir Someone is Look- effect that the revivalists, the Rev. Lodge which directly promotes it, Mrs. Williams will remain for the property desired for enlarged track- ity last season, will take Captain Em Bro. J. A. Singleton is very sick and that it is ready to In ing to You. Mr. Ham and the Rev. Mr. Ramsey, age having been held at exorbitant ory s place at second; Walton, a man present with her daughter, Mrs. Anna at this writing. Address Relation of the Church had been arrested in connection with every possible way and to give such Kinnaird, in Danville. figures, and the water supply having of much experience will cover short; assistance as it can toward making Mrs. G. W. Taylor, who has been and the Work of the W. C. T. U. proven such that the railroad officials toward third base no one dares to the fair a most successful for daughter, Mrs. Smith Faulk- Mrs. J. K. Baughman, of Hustonville. certain charges they had brought re- the lodge, for Stanford andevent Linwith her PerGARRARD YOUTH PARDONED. believed much more satisfactory ser- cast his eyes since "Home-run- " for Duet, Just a Bow of Ribbon White garding the existence of crime in that vice could be secured by operating kins has expressed his intention of Stanley Wednesday par- ner, at Ludlow, came home this week. Governor Mrs. W. A. Tribble and Miss Jose- city. This story was in error, the re- coln county. its own plant on the Bowen site. Of covering the ladies' corner; Shanks, doned Elmer Searcy, a young man The officers Mr. Coleman Lutes, of Portland, phine Carpenter. for the fair man for the team last year of Garrard county, convicted of for- Maine, is course, the Danville papers may de- lead-o- ff the guest of his lady friend Short talks by Drs. Welburn, Early vivalists not having been arrested, this year are: ny all this, but Col. Owens knows and who bids fair to be in that po- gery. His mother paid back the moS. T. Harris, President. but only served with subpoenas to whereof he speaks, and his long ser- sition again this year, was chasing ney secured by him, and the Gover- Miss Lora Lee Bunch, and Mr. Lucien Bruce and Walker. J. C. Eubanks, Reference to Medical and Scien- appear before the county grand jury style. Noe, nor was convinced that he deserved Faulkner. vice for the railroad and the fact fungoes in Mr. Lutes will go from B. W. Givens, tific Treatment as One of the Forty to give testimony regarding the existhat it entrusted him with the busi-rs- sy who lead the team in fielding with another chance. here to New Berlin. J. L. Beazley, Departments of the Work the W. C. tence of crime in the city on which of securing options on the prop-J- 1.000 and batting with .600, was pullE. C. Walton, Secretary. Mi and Mrs. Will, Brown are with T. U. is Doing Mrs. J.K. Baughman. desired proves that he is in :t3 ing them down with one hand, and BURGIN CHILD DISAPPEARS. Dr. T. W. Pennington, Assistant they had based the charges made Song by all Somebody. his parents this week. covering a great deal of ground; last dflPkdence in this matter. In a Much apprehension is felt over the publicly from the pulpit. Believing Secretary. Closing Prayer by the President of Mrs. Hulan Carrier of Science Hill issue, the Advocate took occa- but not least, Joe Embry, the never-mu- ff mysterious disappearance of Ray Lee W. W. Saunders, Treasurer. guy, was catching them in ev- young son of Rev. M. R. Lee, pastor jis the guest of her parents, Mr. and the Stanford Union, Mrs. John S. Harrison had sent out this story, the sion to deny a story in an earlier Directors W. M. Bright, Samuel Baughman. issue of the I. J. concerning the ru- ery manner possible and shows that of the Methodist Church at Burgin. Mrs. C. Brown. revivalists and certain business men Castello, James Harris, H. J. McRob-ert- s, mored removal of the division, in the no one can beat him out of his place. He disappeared from his home last Mr. Jim Taylor is at home this RAILROADER BADLY CUT UP. of the city drew up a scathing protest M. J. H. Woods, S. M. Saufley, J. Tucker was also sacking some hot week. following language: Gover, Dr. E. J. Brown, T. A. ones week as a result of an injured arm. someone a Jeff Broaddus, a well known young denouncing Mr. Harrison and for- Rice, J. S. Baughman, R. L. Hubble, It is true the Danville papers have fight and awill give Others who hot for An orchestra will play music writMrs. Jonas Taylor'js very sick with railroader of Lebanon Junction, had warded this protest to officials of the R. C. Hocker, G. L. Penny, H. C. paid no attention to this matter be- expected to place. the regulars are go ten especially for "The Battle Cry grip. make his face cut out of all recognition al Associated Press. Wray, Jack Spoonamore, M. B. Salin, cause they investigated and found some are Hutchings, H. Gash, Wel-bur- of Peace." most, when he was thrown through In his petition Harrison alleges W. L. McCarty, J. F. Cummins. Miss Stella WallslofrStanford, is a window of a freight tram caboose Matheny, Tanner, Garman and there was nothing to it. Hardly a The local lodge will decide on plans that he did not send out the story with her father, Mr; Ge$reeiJiValls week has passed since the division B. Hill. Coach Spragens, who hails complained of; did not know that it next week for the entertainment of News of the Churches this week i.A V;&fNi8f-'- - Wednesday. The train broke in 'two ! the district convention, of the order came to Danville several, years ago from Georgetown, will endeavor to teach Ehe boys baseball as well as Baptist Young People's Union-SundaMr. Webber has coS7cjto tus store severing the air brake pipe andjCs. had been sent out; that the attack on which is included to meet here Thursthat a report was not started tnat it lessons, and hopes with the material ing the rearsection to come to.a very him is unwarranted and that his rep- day, March 30th. The, Chamber of evening at 6:30. Miss Annette was to be moved away In a very on nana to have a pennant winning Wearen will have charge of the meet- that he bought from Mr. Padgett. sudden stop, with the result that Mr. Commerce will with the Quite a number of young people Broaddus was "hurled through a win-.do- w utation as a newspaper man and cor- lodge in entertaining the visitors from, short time. At one time the Som- team. Any team wishing a game ing. write W. C. Wilson, prinwith terrific force and his "map" respondent has been greatly dam- out of town. Baptist church Sunday, March 19: from this place 'attended church at erset papers went so far as to name will please Hartwell Shanks, student cipal, or badly spoiled in the process. He was aged by reason of this protest. Preaching Sunday 11 a. m., subject, Green Briar Sunday night. the date when the division would be manager brought to town and his wounds CRAB ORCHARD. "Christian Righteousness." 7:15 p. was place. That returned to that were dressed. Mr. T. K. Watson, of Stanford, m. subject, "Seeking the Kingdom." CURRENT EVENTS. CLUB. DUNCAN. Ottenheim who is agent for the Metropolitan three years ago. If all these reports Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Mrs. C. E. Tate was hostess of the BABY GIRL BURNS TO DEATH. Services at the Christian church, Mr. E. P. Claypool is again on the had been true the officials of the Q. Current Events Club on Thursday Mr. W. T. White and Mr. G. Benke Life Insurance Company, gladdened his friends by a brief visit last SatM. M. Sweeney, of this city, re- are on the sick list at this writing. & C. Route would have had to quit afternoon at her attractive home on Sunday, March 19: Sunday school at sick list. He seems to be having a 9:30; Preaching 10:45 and 7:15; C. rather hard time of it, as this is the ceived the sad news this week of the Mr. Otto Ensslin is adding another urday. Tom was raised here is a doing commercial business and de- Main street. At the conclusion of E. Meeting 6:30. Baptismal service self-maman, who by honorable third time he has been ill since the burning to death of the room to Mr. F. Nickula's house. vote all the time to moving. The In- the program the members were seated immediately after the morning ser- first, of the year. His many friends dealings has made good with his daughter of his nephew, John A. Mr. Frank Wentjes called on his Tumey, who lives near Maeksville, best girl, Miss Eleanora Foos last company and is proving a successful terior Journal recently printed an ed- -. at beautifully appointed tables in vice. Don't forget we want every hope to see him out soon. the dining room and a very beauti- member of the church in the Sunday business man. itorial to the effect that the division ful as well as delightful luncheon Mr. J. C. Smith sold a nice bunch Washington county. The child's Saturday evening. Last Friday, March 10th, Uncle AlMr. John Russell is staying at the of hogs last week to F. M. Ware, of dress caught fire from an open grate, moved on account of the was served, the Irish decorations and school. was to be Services at Presbyterian church, McKinney, at a good price. and it was burned fatally before the home of his grandfather, Mr. J. R. fred Davis was 85 years old, and his lack of water supply in Danville. To color prevailing. The club members Sunday, March 19: Sunday school at daughter, Mrs. Maggie Gover came flames could be extinguished. Mr. were: Mesdames Mrs. Jack Sims and small family Sweeney had another nephew to lose Russell. the people who know there could not present Pennington, R. T. J. C. Hays, 9:30; services at 11 o'clock, subject, Mr. Paul Ensslin received a letter up from Stanford with a nice treat T. W. Bruce, W. parents be a bigger joke. Danville has wa- G. Withers, J. B. Foster, J. S. Rice, The Christ Who Commands; C. E. were guests of her was guestSunday. a little girl by burning to death in last week from Miss Barbara Russell of good things and together they of WalMiss May Leach p. m Meeting at an ter sufficient to more than supply the J. B. Paxton, J. G. Carpenter, S. M. subject, The6:30; services at 7Things. , ter Sims Sunday afternoon. We are very much the same way about five who is attending school at Richmond. spent quite enjoyable day. He has years ago. Power of Little feeble for several days Mr. Hugo Schnitzler is pulling been whole system from Chattanooga To Saufley and Mesdames Turley, of The .Every Member Canvass will be very uenasy about our girlie for fear stumps with his new stump puller. and is always glad to see friends. Richmond, and Homer Carpenter, of made on Sunday, April 2, instead of she is going to take advantage of Cincinnati. The company some years Shelbyville, WILL SELL FINE HORSE STOCK He is making fine progress. Mr. W. D. Newland was in Stanas guests. leap year. March 19. ago put in a big electric pumping apMr. Ticks Osterman and Mr. Joe ford Monday on business. J. Fox Dudderar was appointed adMrs. Bertha Watts and little niece, Rev. W. Eyer have been very busy for the Mr. John Shaw Edmiston, of Harneparatus in Danville where there is of Reserved seats now on sale for A. At the Methodist church, Swift, will preach Sunday, pre- also Miss Bessie Adams, was at this ministrator late the estate of his rodsburg, is here with his father and phew, the Carroll L. Dudderar. past week putting up fencing. to pump. After test- "The Battle Cry of Peace" at Lin- senting the claims of Kentucky Wes-leya- n place last "week. plenty of water Mr. Frank Wentjes is breaking a brother. His health has been quite Mr. Oatley Stepp was in the com- in county court Monday and qualified ing out the proposition the railroad coln Pharmacy. College in the present campoor for some time. as such. Mr. Dudderar will hold a colt for August Abt. company disbanded their own plant WIDOW APPOINTED EXECUTOR! paign for increasing the endowment munity Monday afternoon. Also Mr. sale of the fine saddle horses owned Miss Sallie Burdett, of Stanford, Mr. Emil Pike, who lives at Chap-pel- 's R. S. Scudder, of McKinney, who was the college. Rev. Swift is editor and took the city water for two reaby the deceased, on April 10, county Gap visited Ottenheim Sunday was the guest of Miss Myrtle MurThe will of the late Garner Price, of the Central Methodist, at Lexing- here on business. of ray Saturday and Sunday." sons first because it is more econo- one of the best known citizens of the ton and is a man of much experience Virgil Thompson is at home from court day, full advertisement of and called on Miss Annie Schmitz. The news of the Burch East End of the county, who died a and travel. He will give you some- Harlan for a few weeks' stay with which will be found in the Interior mical; second, because it is free of A large number of young folks Buchanan saddened death of friends many Journal next week. few weeks ago, was probated in coun- thing worth hearing on the general relatives. and a few of the older ones enjoyed here, who have known him since all sediment and does not clog up the ty court here Monday. Mrs. Mary Oster-man- 's Hogue was the pleasant guest subject childhood. He boilers in which it is used. The In- Price, his widow was named executor. pastor of Christian education. The of Elzie grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. CHECK FROM PRESIDENT'S WIFE their hayride to Mr. Tony a genial his wedding. They had earnestly desires a large atlittle ny disposition, was of a smile sunwith a and Journal further stated that The will gives his real estate to her tendance of the members and J. C. Smith Monday. terior Mrs. W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta, who mishap on their way back, but no pleasant word for all he knew, and could not be gotten here except during her life and directs a sale of friends of the church. All usual Daisy and Corinne Leach spent the week-en- d Misses land with her sister, one was injured. while he had spent were visitors of their uncle, Mr. Jack Mrs. Charlotte Warren, has just reMiss Agnes Schuler received a fine business in Louisville,several years in at fabulous prices. The railway off- the personal property, which will be morning and evening. his held by Mrs. Price near Crab Orchceived a letter from Mrs. Edith Boi- valentine, but doesn't, know from have always been pleasantvisits home The Lancaster Christian church Sims this week. icials have been assured not less than ard on March 25, advertisement of events to Mr. and Mrs. Griffith were at ling Wilson enclosing a check for whom it came. next Sunday a most his friends here, who deeply grieve fifty times that they would be .fur- which will be found in next Tues- has outlined for program, including Saturday on business. last. Mr. August Abt returned home afcomprehensive $1,000 from herself and the president nished all the land they wanted when- day's Interior Journal. Miss Kathleen Doan visited Miss as a contribution to the Ellen Wilson ter a two week's visit at Pittsburg, that one so young and promising has not only morning and afternoon sesso soon to be taken away. To his sions, but also an evening service, Elizabeth Collins, near Waynesburg Memorial Fund. Mrs. Elkin left Pennsylvania. ever they wanted it. Danville donamother, brother and sisters, as well HAS EIGHT CHILDREN. Hr. Hugo Schmitz has moved to his as to his wife, the deepest sympaTuesday morning for her home in the series of exercises being desig- Saturday and Sunday. ted $35,000 merely to have the Mrs. P. Rehkamp, 2404 Herman nated as "Men's Day." Excellent There has been quite a lot of vis- Atlanta. Mrs. John Charles Osborne new home. thy is extended. Southern Railway extend its line St., Covington, Ky., writes. Mr. Schmitz and Mr. Frank Went'"I have music furnished exclusively by a iting here for the last few days. The will join her in Knoxville to be her hurt near from Harrodsburg to Danville. It is been using Foley's Honey and Tar men's choir will be a most attractive people have taken advantage of the guest in Atlanta. jes gave two socials last week. All theMr. James, who was poles, seems depot, while loading preposterous to even think for a minkinds of refreshments were served. to be getting along nicely. day and a service for bad weather and get there just the for nearly two years and can find no feature of the All the guests who were present reLATEST WAR NEWS. ute that the division would be per- better cough syrup. I have eight men and boys will be conducted from same. Ethel Thompson was the welJust when our gardeners were Miss 2 to 3 o'clock p. m. It is intended Repulse at the hands of the French port a fine time. away for lack of land. about to begin gardening, March mitted to move Mr. Oscar Hertle returned home took a backward spring children and give it to all of them, j to develop and augment the activities come visitor of her friend, Miss again has been the net result of a The road will be furnished all the They were subject to croup from ba- of the men communicants and will Frankie Smith Sunday afternoon. German infantry attack, launched last Sunday after a two weeks visit heavy snow envelopes theand today a earth, paySeveral girls of Kings Mountain with huge effectives after a heavy in Florida. land it wants here, of which fact .all bies on." It is a safe and reliable particularly emphasize the men's Biing a stinging Mr. Paul Jesswein, Mr. Emil Pike, Jonquil, who rebuke to Crocus and surble class movement that is markedly were out walking Saturday afternoon bombardment against. French posithe officials are well aware. The have sometime ago medicine. Sold everywhere. attracting great numbers. There will and came out as far as Duncan, quite tions at Le Mort Homme, northwest and his best girl, Miss Bertha Jess- made their debut. vey at Bowen is merely for the ena distance to go for pleasure seeking. of Verdun. The Germans, who at- wein. of Chappel's Gap, attended Mr. be leaders of men's classes present Don't forget the "Old Folks Musilargement of trackage for surplus Mr. Moody Griffith of West Virgin- tacked in serried masses, were driven Frank Wentjes' party last week. John Berryman shot and wounded from the Christian churches, at Wincal" at the Springs tomorrow night. cars and switching for the junction John Riley, at Richmond Wednesday chester, Richmond, Danville,- and ia, has come here w.here his parents eastward toward thu Uois Des Mr. William Schmitz went fishing March 18. It will banish sorrow n young Nicholasville. The promoters of this reside. He says he doesn't like the where the French guns in- Sunday afternoon on Buck Creek, make you "feel joyful to hear and Junction City. The Advocate night. Both are at great religious movement in Central place very well and won't stay here flicted heavy casualties. but had very little success, catching good old songs sung by these old the lawould have paid no attention to the men. long, and we hardly blame .him. Kentucky are representative citizens Gen. Gallieni, the French Ministei only one large fish. dies, and hear how the old merchant comment in the Interior Journal but The few people here who have of War, has resigned because of poor Four-rootown from which they come, FOR RENT. cottage of the near London, Ky., kept his store acGOOD FOR COLDS. for the fact that Editor Saufley on East Main street. Apply to Ewalt being leading lawyers, ' bankers, and been having the pleasure of receiving poor health. Gen Roque will succounts; then the lively old maids 22-- tf other prominent professional and their I. J.'s twice a week promptly, ceed him. seems to be taking the wild rumor Givens, Stanford Honey, Pine-Tand Glycerine are will cause you to laugh away half now but once a fail to get them business men. The resignation of Admiral von recognized cold remedies. In Dr. your troubles. So everyone come as a serious matter. It has never week. We would like to know if Tirpitz is taken by Washington to Bell's UNCLE SAM WANlS RECRUITS. these are commerebeen so taken in Danville, but they are sometimes sent out twice or mean that the German Emperor is bined with other cough medicine in a and enjoy yourself, and feel young Lieut. Fred Herschler, United WATCH CHILD'S COUGH. once more. our carrier. ly as idle rumor, similar to the hun- States army recruiting officer, in Colds, running of nose, continued is the trouble with the mafl at Stan- making every effort to retain the pleasant syrup. Di. Bell's The members of the Exchange put in mail friendship of the United States by dreds of rumors that have been start- charge of the Lexington station, is irritation of the mucous membrane (They are quickly stops your cough, went to Stanford Tuesday evening opening substations at Jackson, Som- if neglected may mean Catarrh later. ford regularly every Tuesday and curbing the fierce naval programme checks your cold, soothes irritation to attend a business meeting. Those ed from time to time. of the former Minister. erset and London. of the throat. Excellent for young, who attended were Mrs. Anna GoodDon't take the chances do some- Friday. Ed.) thing for your child! Children will adult and aged. Its one of the best win, Mrs. Caltha Newland and Miss Cut This Out It Is Worth Money. Changeable Weather Brings Sickness cough syrups made. Formula on ev- Maymie Holdman. They report royMake Tomorrow a Better Day. PILLS BEST FOR LIVER. not take every medicine, but they DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this Because they contain the best liver will take Dr. King's New Discovery The changeable weather of March ery bottle. You know just what you al treatment and a most pleasant things "went wrong" today, if If slip, encolse with 5c to Foley & Co., medicines, no matter how bitter or and without bribing or teasing. Its a you suffered from indigestion, sick causes coughs, colds, croup and grip. are taking and your doctor knows its time. They were treated to an exInsist cellent salad lunch, after business Chicago, 111., writing your name and nauseating for the sweet sugar coat- sweet .pleasant Tar Syrup and so ef- headache, biliousness, bloating, bad There is no such thing as a "light good for coughs and colds Only was over by Miss Kate Waters. Aling hides the taste. Dr. King's New fective. Just laxative enough to on Dr. Bell's address clearly. You will receive Life Pills contain ingredients that eliminate the waste poisons. breath, or other condition caused by cold" none that a person can safely 25c at Druggists. though it was a most inclement Almost in return a trial package containing put the liver working, move the bow- the first dose helps. Always prepar- delayed bowel action, take a TToley neglect. Foley's Honey and Tar is. a night, they felt well paid for their Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, els freely. No gripe, no nausea, aid ed, no mixing or fussing. Justvask Cathartic Tablet liow and tomorrow safe and reliable family medicine The British government has given trip, for District Manager Sullivan digestion. try bottle "of Dr. of for lagrippe coughs, colds and croup, King's New Just Pills a-and notice how your druggist for Dr. King's New will be a better day. This wholesome that heals inflamed congested air an order .for $57,750,000 worthVal- had expressed himself as well, please Life Discovery. ed with the work of the .Crab OrIt will safeguard your physic acts without pain, or nausea. passages, stops coughs and eases howitzer shells to the Mississippi Foley Kidney Pills, and Foley Ca- much better you feel. 25c at child against serious ailments resultley Metal Products company, of St. chard Exchange, which he regarded ,thartic Tablets. Sold everywhere. .breathing. Sold everywhere. Sold everywhere.- ing from colds. as first among the ranks. Louis. High School News CONTRACTORS lAT u, fc. .-- Re-ele- ct Co-opera- k. se Ham-Rams- ey ! ed mid-summ- er Ham-Rams- ey w, I ed Vice-Preside- nt. mid-summ- er Vice-Preside- nt. Vice-Preside- nt. re-ce- nt n, t - y I co-oper- three-year-o- ld de Way-nesbu- rg - Cor-beau- x, well-know- m ar Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Pine-Tar-Hon- ey -- "Pine-Tar-Hon- - .) "fcS r Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 17, 1916 Hufetonville Col. John Al Blain, who has been quite ill, is somewhat improved, though still-i- i) bad shape. W. T. McWhcrter sold to W. P. Carson, a fancy Hereford heifer at 6b a pound. She weighed 1,000 pounds and had plenty of fat .on her. The Misses J Beck and Margaret Cocking, of McKinney, and Elizabeth Hunn, of Stanford, were visitors in our town Saturday. Mrs.' Will Stagg, Jr., and daughter, of High; Bluff, were visitors here Saturday. t Willie "Dock" Drye, of Stanford, came over Saiurday evening, accompanied by Miss Mary D. Kennedy, who is visiting relatives here this two-year-old Five disease the result of a disordered condition. Facts You Should Know That That when, we correct the disordered condition, wo eliminate the disease. (3) That the blood Is the carrier of poisons throughout the body. (4) That to successfully treat any disease originating in the blood, wc have to treat the blood, as the cause. (5) That S. S. 3. is the most reliable remedy for removing impurities from the blood. S. S. S. is no experiment of to Poison, chronic skin trouble, or any day, but is a successful remedy for other form of blood trouble. S. S. S. the blood that has been a blessing will go directly to the seat of the to thousands of sufferers for the trouble; giving the blood a thorough cleansing, driving out the imlast fifty years. There is nothing purities in a natural way, and leavmysterious about S. S. S. It is an ing the blood pure and refreshed, extract from native herbs, roots ready to do its full duty in building and bark, each known for its pecu- the tissues up to a normal and healliar medicinal value. These ingre- thy state. Begin today on a bottle dients combine and act in a bene- of S. S. S. and note how soon you ficial and helpful way with nature. will begin to feel relief. We will It doesn't matter whether your gladly give special advice and free case of blood trouble is one of the consultation. If you are in doubt many forms of Rheumatism, or Ca- about the nature of your case, write tarrh, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Medical Department, Room 73, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA, GEORGIA. (1) (2) Is TESvnrTS?KiriCca KOXMTO ATLANTA. CX fSTrs E fco kYEAffiS., as. a. m v, Prk3.SLO0P&Bott!e. (U9C lit) BcUinjr ft &$ " " mesfSJm Copyright by 191t joy smokeK is Cnil(Qiu!ii7. TKSWETSPECinCCa A7LAXLWGZOK&L. tobacco for jimmy pipes and makm's the real 3 week. u cigarettes R. J. KsynoMs Tobacco Co. - tJHJ14iim' I 4 X J? Fresh Start! ! - James Condor and daughter, of Pigtown, were in this-- city shopping Saturday. Uriah Dunn drove through to Lexington Saturday morning. Will Riffe and family accompanied by Mi-s- . Riffe's mother, motored to Stanford Sunday, afternoon. Frank Martin, of Frog Branch, and J. Wesley Hughes, of McKinney, were here Saturday morning on business. SPRING a false start on a pip s or home-mad- e cigarettes Prince Albert has a word or two for what ails their smokeappetites tor men whG got away to Forget you ever tried to smoke, for Prince Albert is so different, such a fine flavor, so cool and cheerful and friendly, 3'ou'll get a new idea of smoke joy ! The patented process fixes that and cuts out bite and parch I And this little preachment is also for men who think they're on the right track. All to be said is that the sooner you lay out a nickel or a dime for a supply of Prince Albert, the sooner you'll make a discovery that'll be worth a lot to -- our peace of mind and tnncniQ l,Jil5 uc I half-poun- James Dodd, of Turnersville was a business visitor here Saturday. George Tucker, of the firm of Mc-Corma- ck Bay Prince Albert all over the civilized world! Toppyred bast, Sc; tidy red tins, 10c; pound Cnd d tin humidors endtnat classy crystai-sias- s pound humidor top taith sponge-moistencr Get the idea of smoking all you want without a comeback that s P. A..! R- - .uVh nnthap-atwayt- 0! " J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem- C. On &t reverie sids of this Mr T'.i tin you will read: "Process Patezl id July 3Cth, 1907." which !im irtdo three men smoke Jiipes where one smoked bef or: ! a nearly all of her life, up until about five years ago, when she moved to j Junction City, where she made her The many friends of Mrs. Ben home up to the time of her death. Cooley regret to learn that she is no She was a "Christian d more. Mrs. Cooley had lived here j woman and was always ready to lend Neal's Creek I , , I ' kind-hearte- a helping hand to all who were in need. She leaves a husband and two sons, and several grand children to mourn her loss. May the Lord com-- : fort them in their sad bereavement. AnT. fi ' Your Health depends on the purity of drugs used and the care employed in compounding the prescriptions given you by your doctor. Sometimes it is even a matter of Life and Death the best and freshest we can buy. We use the utmost care in compound' ing all prescriptions, as your doctor will tell you. It is a matter of conscience with us. is Our stock of drugs Nearly everyone here has had a touch of the grip. Mrs. Durward Singleton, of Dan-- j ville, was the guest of her father, i Uncle Dink Farmer, last week. Uncle Dink Farmer sold 14 fine hogs to' Matt Myers Tor $198.30. Mr. Henry Kitts has been very sick with grip, but his many friends are glad to see him out again. came home Mr. Harry Farmer University last week to from State be with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Farmer and came out and spent several days with his grandfather, Uncls Dink Farmer. Mr. Whizzer Farmer has been appointed substitute mail carrier on R. F. D. No. 3 for Mr. A. C. Hill. Miss Oca Farmer spent a day or so with Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Singleton, at Waynesburg last week, and from there Miss Farmer went to Danville to be the guest of her sister, Mrs. Durward Singleton. Miss Verdie Young has been very sick, but is somewhat better. Mr. Howard Kirk has returned from Danville, where he has been ' at work. Mrs. Durward Singleton and Miss White's Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Concentrated Mineral Water a Panacea Elsie Singleton spent last Tuesday for $18. with Misses Ethel and Bessie Biac-ke- tt James C. Reid sold Allen Bros., at .Stanford. nogs at 8 cents. 18 head of Aunt Emily Kitts has been very sold the same hogs to The Lincoln Pharmac y, Stanford, Ky. Allen Bros., sick, but we all hope to see her.up McCormack & Co., at 8 4 cents. W. ACEY, Proprietor. Dr. W. N. CRAIG, PharmacUt again. T. W. Jones, the Stanford live stock dealer, was here last Friday and purchased a lot of stock from Allen Bros., and other parties. The large truck of the new produce company,' was here again Wed- j nesday from Harrodsburg, and had more than it could take back with it. ... Uriah Dunn arrived home WednesThe Wisdom of Scientists day from Columbia. Physiological and Medical Scientists of renown express themselves as convinced that most if npt all James Buchanan bought of C. C. chronic and incipient diseases have their origin in, and should be reached curatively through, the Liver mare Carpenter, a coming or the Kidneys. These prgans constitute the great cleansing and filtering systems of the human body. mule, broke, for $160. When they perform properly, all is well. On the other hand, if sickness or constipation prevails it must Mrs. John Sandidge and son, Dunn, be reached for correction primarily, AND AT ONCE, through the Liver and Kidneys the seat of its origin: g the breeding place of the and granddaughter, Miss Julian CarMicrobes and toxines that.are variously the cause of every penter arrived on the 8th from New Castle, for a few weeks' White's Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Concentrated Mineral Water a visit to Indiana, and relatives in this friends setcior. Panacea To specify the numerous diseases curable by White's Crab Orchard Concentrated Mineral Water is needless in the light of what has been stated. This water is a SPECIFIC (meaning an absolute) remedy for Eminence, sold Giltner Bros.r-o- f ALL Liver and Kidney difficulties; therefore, it follows that it is practically a HEALING AGENT FOR four Hereford heifers by Beau CoEVERY DISEASE OF THE HUMAN SYSTEM. This, then, involves diseases of the stomach; of the bowels; of the nerves; of the heart; of the lungs; of the blood; of the muscles; of the bones and even of lumbus, for $1,500. the skin, etc. 157-pound 1-- & Co. returned Friday from Casey county with a big car load of hogs and a few head of cattle. The hogs were shipped to the city Saturday, and the cattle were sold to some of the local dealers. Uncle George Wright has purchasline of ed a brand new will open up for blacksmith tools and business in a short while, at his stand on Creek street. A. W. Carpenter was here Saturday morning on business and was freely chewing aromatics. The Board of Trade got together Saturday morning at 10 :30. Though a rather late start, a great deal of business was transacted. Rev. Brandenburg precched Sunday morning and evening to a good sized audience at the Baptist church. Burning of tobacco beds was resumed Monday, after a week's loss of time on account of bad weather. Samuel Lusk is back home from his southern trip and up along the Atlantic coast, and we suppose he thinks he has been to Europe. J. K. Helm attended Fiscal Court at Stanford last Friday. The Fishing Club here has received a handsome metal skiff, which will be used on their, expeditions to Green and Cumberland Rivers. It cost them around $25. Miss Bettie Logan arrived here Saturday from a protracted visit of several weeks to her sister, Mrs. J. G. Weatherford at Stanford. Eugene Dunn purchased a lot of small shoats last week. of the H. C. Brown, "proprietor Harrodsburg Ice & Produce Co.'s plant here, went, to Harrodsburg Sunday. D. J. Newbern hag an awful nice lot of young chickens that he is now caring for in the best possible manner, and so far, has lost only one of them. Squire Gann bought from parties down on the Fork, last week, 40 and hogs at 7 l-head of per pound, and with another lot 8c were shipped to Cincinnati. Work on the Tanner building has been delayed on account of timber not arriving. J. K. Helm sold to James Camden, buck of Pigtown, a coming up-to-da- te ILLINERY OPENING AT A. J. Weddle & Son's, Hustonville, Ky., on Saturday, March 1 8th. -- X- You Are Coidiaily Invited to Attend.! can, visited their parents here SatAir. John Fletcher died at the home urday and Sunday. Miss Kate Martin, who has been of his brother, Arch FJetcher, Wednesday morning at 6 o'clock, after a visiting her sister, Mis. Vada Nunnel-leshort illness. He was 87 years of of McKinney, returned home age. Mr. Fletcher was loved by all who knew him,- and leaves a large number of friends and relatives who will mourn his loss. The remains astarofhopeI were laid to rest in the Estes bury- ing ground Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Sarah Jane Walls has been -q ill with grip. Miss Beulah. Estes is visiting her 293 u?;-aunt, Mrs. Lansing Lanham, at South a FOR Fork this week. So F. M. Sims was the pleasant visitSUFFERERS Or. or Mr. Major Tombs Sunday. Miss Mayme Lee Walls of Danville, MflBflERSS is visiting her mother at this place. George Sims sold eight head of hogs to M. K. Wilson for 6 2 cents a pound. Mrs. Etta Walls is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sims of Dun NEW SALEM. iS-CEL-SApT y, Sunday. Mr. Arnold Sims has gone to Carthage, Ohio, for a few months' stay. Mr. and Mrs. Varnie Smith visited her brother, Mr. George Leeper Saturday. C0M-CEL-SA- ! R The Great Stomach, Liver Kidney and Blood Remedy On Sale at All Drug Stores $1.00 FOR ! m THREE BOXES i I Makes Three Quarts 1-- of Medicine LASTS THREE MONTHS 200-pou- nd 2c I., " .in Vi. SrSJ EASTER NEXT MONTH PREPARE YOURSELF FOR THE ATTACK. We have now on Display All the New Colors and Styles in the celebrated disease-producin- "Griffon" Clothes, For Men and Young Men. None better. Prices are right. These are by far the nicest selection of Clothing'ever brought to " When the Liver or Kidneys, therefore, are disordered, LOSE NOT A MOMENT'S TIME in setting them right. With White's Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Concentrated Mineral Water which is not a drug it is Nature's remedy put here for the afflicted, therefore do not get the Laxative habit as physicians everywhere are discarding the use of violent purges in favor of Crab Orchard Mineral Water which has the endorsement of the highest Medical Authorities. SOLD AT ALL DRUG STORES AT 50 CENTS A BOTTLE.irrOjWfFlTr If your druggist hasn't it we will send a bottle on receipt of fifty (50) cent money order or in stamps. We are the producers of this wonderful remedy, therefore beware of Adventurers, Adulterers and Counterfeiters and buy only of the Druggists or Owners of these Original Springs which possess these marvelous curative virtues. If You Value Health Beware NOT ENOUGH CHILDREN ever receive the proper balance op food to sufficiently nourish both body and brain during the growing period when nature's demands are greater than in mature life. This is shown in so many pale faces, lean bodies, frequent colds, and lack of ambition. For all such children we say with unmistakable earnestness: They need Scott's Emulsion, and need it now. It possesses in concentrated forth the very food elements to enrich their blood. It changes weakness to strength; it make them sturdy and strong. No alcohol. Scott & Bowijc, IUooxufield, N. J. Stanford. ROBINSON'S.. IV ' cbiftoMUclothes JU m White's Concentrated Crab Orchard Water & Salts Co. CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY " fc The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 17, 1916 PIONEER DAYS IN LINCOLN Page Three The Supremacy of Peruna as a Household Remedy 44 Years of Leadership Returned to His Work. Mr. Julicn Goudeau. Knvinvilie, la., Fullered with catarrh of tho stomach. Ho did not know what his trouble was. Ho was unable to work. Could hardly cat anything. After taking Peruna a Fhort time he is now in perfect health. He says: "I am now doing all my work. I am confident that any one fuffcrlng as I was could bo cured by Some Unrecorded History of Station" Is Given. "Car-penter- 's A Housewife Restored. Mrs. E. W. Copelan, Box 2, Greensboro, Ga., suffered several years with catarrh of tho stomach. She was in such poor health she could not attend to her household duties at all. Peruna was recommended by neighbors. Sho was induced to begin the uso of Peruna. She says: "After taking Ave bottles of Peruna I am happy to say that I am entirely cured. My indigestion is entirely gone." reruna." Every Change of Weather. Mr. E. Arnold, Westerly. K. I- contracted n severe cold. Tho cold settled in his sido and produced a condition that was thought to bo pleurisy. - Once a Chronic Invalid. Mrs. E. Hiker, G03 Grant Ave., East Cedar Talis, Iowa, was onco a clironls invalid. Pour different doctors had been, consulted without avail. Sho had taken Eve different medicines that had been improvement. recommended, without Peruna was tried and the good result was rrompt and lasting. Every cbango ot weather would bring a return of his trouble After taking Peruna all his ailments haro vanished. Pain in the Stomach. Mr. Henry Kneck, Box KO, 2no. 1118 S. Vista Ave., Jancsvilie. 'Wis., writes: "I wrote you about lour weeks ago that I had a pain in my stomach. I followed your advice, and used three bottles of your Peruna, and I am all right now. I am very thankful for your advice and your medicine." Expresses Her Gratitude. Samuel Uuin, 533 Union Ave., Lebanon, Pa., is ablo to say positively that she has been cured by Peruna. Sho can scarcely And words to express her gratitude for her recovery. For many years she had been a from chronic catarrh. Mrs. semi-Invali- d Three substantial men, heads cf families, made efficient once mere by Peruna. Three housewives restored to their families. These are only samples cf what Peruna is doing every day, everywhere. Surely, this is a splendid work. Anything that conserves family life and makes the home more desirable and comfortable, nourishes the t root of civilization. Peruna is a great c'vHizer. he-ar- PROFESSIONAL AND Rhode Island Whites Something new, yet winners and the sensation and attraction of the show room. My yards compose the Dr. CHAS. HART best to be had, coming direct from DENTIST the celebrated and famous .Excelsior A modern equipped office. Somno-for- strain. Yards headed by blue ribanesthesia and orthodontia a bon wearers. Eggs $3 and $2 for 15. S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS specialty. Phone 33, Hustonville, Ky. Have been tried for many years and each year finds them more popular and admired. The orders this year T. W. PENNINGTON, have been so many my surplus is all DENTIST sold. In my yards are found the Stanford, Ky. cream of the country. Eggs $2.50 Myers House Flats per 15. Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 If you want poultry for profit try these breeds you will make no mistake. I still breed the Indian RunI. B. PERKINS ner Ducks there is a reason Eggs ' DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building $1.00 per 15. Rooms 28-2STANFORD, KY. Mrs. Sam J. Embry, Stanford, Ky. Phone 214 16-- tf Phone 50; P. O. Box 91 . m 9, BUSINESS CARDS PLYMOUTH ROCKS DENTIST Mondays, Tuesdays aiid Wednesdays Eggs for sale, 50c per setting of 15. at Crab Orchard No Eggs Exchanged. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays Mrs. J. S. Mobley, McKinney, Ky. at Stanford Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding HARRY JACOBS Dealer In Fine Monumental Work Cemetery Hill, Phone 164 STANFORD, KY. W. W. BURGIN Stanford, Ky. Closed on Saturday Night Phone 186 Day Phone 95 JNO. M. CASEY, D. V. M. Veterinary Surgeon Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) Office: Burton's Stable Kentucky Lancaster, mum WITHOUT A 1 Hip i motor truck for your trunk, baggage or furniture. We have auto service bugor safe horses, nice, carriages in our livery. Try gies and us and you'll be pleased. MASTERS Call phone 249 and let us send our Livery and Hauling Stanford you highest prices for your land, stock, crops or household goods. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Moreland. Sales Cried Anywhere I can get AUCTIONEERING ... at up-to-da- te fBlinwiwB i M 'i & BOWYER Kentucky You Pay For One Every Year Why not have one this year? Weigh your saving in corn, SEE THIS ENGINE! Call and investigate the merits and GRAY ENGINE W. K. WARNER'S Plumbing, Tinning and Heating. Stanford E. Main St. Phone 188 price of the your reduced need for hay, bran and other expensive fodder, the improved condition of your cattle from silage feeding, against the cost of a silo and there is only one way to figure it You're Not SavagBfltUsagMwej by trying to do without , a Uo. 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 & CAREER, Stanford, Ky. And every year you hesitate mean a probably increased cost due to ad. ' vancing costs of lumber, metals and"' .labor. No better time than "right now", no better place than right here lat home to get that silo you need Let Us Prove It With Figures. SILO CO. 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 Auto Bus Between . Danville and Stanford KENTUCKY W. P. Kincaid, Manner Kentucky Stanford, - II ' (Contributor in Danville Advocate) There has been so much written of the pioneers of Kentucky, that we, who have followed in the paths they marked out. with their blood sp.fcm ur familiar with them as though we had But the been their contemporaries'. is by no means exhausted. subject The early settlers of Kentucky it is a fact of history, were men of iron mold, an indomitable will, and as insensible to fear or danger as 'they were indifferent to fine clothes and .the luxuries of civilized society. It is a fact that with corporal frames, unusually large and muscular, and constitutions singularly robust aid enduring, they possessed, also, intelligence and mental energies, which, considering what might be naturally expected of men of their condition in life, and their situation in a wilderness, affording none of the ordinary means of intellectual culture, were equally remarkable. The people of no section of the country nor of the world possess a larger share of native intelligence than the descendants of the pioneers of Kentucky, nor of courage, heroic daring and endurance The following incident in the early history of this state has escaped the notice of the local chroniclers: A station was located and a block house built in what is now the county of Lincoln, that has little mention in history. It was called "Carpenter's Station," from its having been settled by three brothers, John, Adam and Conrad Carpenter. They came from Rockingham county, Va., in the year 1779, and immediately located this station, built a block house or fort, and prepared for permanent settlement. Soon after their location they were joined by the Spears and Barnetts and two or three other fam ilies, which strengthened them ini numbers and enabled them to present a strong front to their natural enemies,the savages. They were not long left "to rust unburnished, nor to shine in use," but were soon attacked by the Indians. For nearly 20 years they were an object of jealousy to the savage tribes who claimed Kentucky as a hunting ground, and repeated efforts were being made to destroy the little station. But with Spartan valor the inmates oi Carpenter's Fort stood to their arms and repelled every attack made upon them. Carpenter's' Station was about three miles from where Hustonville now stands, in a westward direction, and on the present road now leading to Lebanon. The last incursion of the Indians into this part of the State was in 1779, 18 years after the settlement of Carpenter's Station. While they did not boldly attack Carpenter's Station at this time, they did not neglect to pay the settlement a visit. The fort had long been abandoned and the people formerly residing within its protecting walls had gone forth like the dove from the ark, to form homes of their Carpenter, the Margaret own. daughter of one of the brothers who had settled the station, and only 16 years old, was sitting in her father's wood yard in the lap of a Negro woman one day; when they were fired on by the Indians. The Negro woman was shot dead, but the girl was uninjured a close call, but used to, and whether man or woman, what the pioneers of Kentucky were boy or girl, they faced danger without flinching. Margaret. Carpenter, girl though she was, a did not scream nor faint, but ran into the house, seized her father's gun and stood ready to defend the house against the savages. The latter knowing that the report of the gun just fired would soon bring their white foes around them as thick as hornets, did not follow up their attack on the girl, but beat a hasty retreat. As the savages had anticipated, the whites were alarmed by the report of the gun and a large force was soon assembled. Pursuit was instituted, but the savages had gotten too great a start and succeeded in making good their escape. An incident of this station will very aptly illustrate the privations of the pioneers, as well as the dangers to which they were exposed. During several times the winter of 1779-8aliuded to in history as one of unusual severity and one of great hardship to the few people then in Ken tucky, one of the Carpenters from their newly settled station, made a trip through the wilderness and alone to Boonesboro for provisions. He sud-den- lv 0, Automobile And Style Show Auditorium, Lexington, Ky. Central Kentucky's Greatest Event, Four Days and Nights-Mar- ch 29, 30, 31, April 1. I QUARTER MILLION DOLLAR EXHIBIT. Nearly a hundred of the world's newest and best models in automobiles. Stupenduous displays of auto accessories. Live models displaying the latest authentic styles in Millinery, Suits, Dresses, Etc., for woman. Men's wear displayed also on living models. Fine Orchestra Music Dancing Vaudeville Automobile exhibit open from 10 a. m. till 10 p. m. Living models on dispiay Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights from 8 to 9:30. Admission by ticket only. Tickets may be secured free from any of following auto dealers and merchants, who are the promoters of this event: Firms Reserving Space For Auto Style Show ARMLEDER COMPANY, Cincinnati, Ohio. BLUE GRASS AUTO COMPANY. HITE D. BOWMAN, Louisville, Kentucky. J. E. CASSIDY. CALLAHAN MOTORS COMPANY, Louisville, Ky. CENTRAL MOTOR CAR COMPANY. COMMERCIAL AUTO COMPANY. S. E. DRAKE. : DEWHURST GARAGE. FAYETTE MOTOR COMPANY.. FRAZER & MORRELL. INDIAN REFINING COMPANY. KINKEAD-WILSSQ- N COMPANY. LEXINGTON CADILLAC COMPANY. LEXINGTON ENGINE & BOILER WORKS. McFARLAND SIX SALES COMPANY. MARSHALL-FEATHERSTO- N MOTOR COMPANY. PHOENIX MOTOR CAR COMPANY. PULLMAN MOTOR CAR COMPANY. THE SAXON MOTOR COMPANY, Detroit, Michigan. SERVICE MOTOR CAR COMPANY, Versailles, Ky. SERVICE TIRE COMPANY. STANDARD AUTO COMPANY, Louisville, Ky. UNION MOTOR COMPANY. C. ORA UPDIKE. COMPANY, Cincinnati, t). THE ALEXANDER-WALTO- N INSURANCE COMPANY. " Subscribers To Style Show V BOGAERT COMPANY. c. F. BROWER & COMPANY. COHEN'S NOVELTY AND MILLINERY STORE. EMBRY & COMPANY. COMPANY. COMPANY. GRAVES, COX HARDESTY'S QUALITY SHOP. HARKINS SHOP. GUS L. HEYMAN & COMPANY. JUSTRIGHT TAILORING COMPANY KAUFMAN CLOTHING COMPANY B. KRAVITZ & SONS. LEXINGTON HERALD. GRADDY-RYAN THE FAIR. & J, fc .. LEXINGTON LEADER. LOEVENHART'S CASH BARGAIN STORE:, M. LOWENTHAL. 'r.- - & LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS COMPANY. E. L. MARCH. MITCHELL, BAKER & SMITH. THE PEERLESS. PHOENIX HOTEL COMPANY. J. D. PURCELL COMPANY. L. L. ROBERTS FURNITURE COMPANY. ROSS-SHI- P COMPANY. H. V. ROUSE. SMITH-WATKINS-DARNA-BY COMPANY. 3 WOODS-OAKLAN- D STEELE. UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE. VILEY & PERATT. A. F. WHEELER FURNITURE COMPANY. WOLF, WILE & COMPANY. O. L. A, I J purchased while there a bushel of corn, for which he paid 40.00, incredible as it may seem to us today. But in 1779 there was not much corn in Kentucky to be had at any price. Often, and particularly during the the people hard winter of 1773-8were sometimes without bread for weeks at a time, and frequently on very short rations of meat. It was such times with their accompaniment of dangers and privations, of toil and labor that aroused the muse of a local poet and he sung of "The old log cabin with its pun- 0, j cheon Qoor, HARRIS CREEK. Mr. Wm. McGowan has movec" io old log cabin with its paken The Beginning with next Sunday, we the Marcum farm, near Shelby City. doori will hold Sunday school at 2 o'clock j Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Gaddie spent Shall we ever forget its 'moss-gree- n in the afternoon instead of 10 in the" Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Clark-so- n roof, morning. at Moreland. The old rattling loom with its warp Mr. and Mrs. Willie Randolf, of Mr. Walter Phillips, of Lebanon, and woof? The old stick chimney of 'cat and Neeley's Gap, are the guests of Mr. made a flying trip to this place last and Mrs. Steve Benedict. day,' Sunday and was the guest of Claude The old hearthstone wiere we used Misses Laura and Julia Gaddis McElfresh. to pray"? spent Sunday with Misses Hettie and Miss Vashie Webb, of near ParkS-vill- e, No! We'll not forget the old wool- Nannie Rice. has been visiting her sister, en whesL Several men of this place met at Mrs. Jasper Gaddis. Nor the bank on the old 'count-reel- ;' Orville Carman's last Wednesday, to Mrs. Arthur Russell, of Milledge-vill- e We'll not forget how re used to eat cut and haul logs for the new church. is reported on the sick list. The sweet honey-com- b and the fat deer-mea- t; Do Something We'll not forget how we used to bake That best of bread, the old Johnny-cake- !" m IIliXIXlllflMlMXUMIMIin uLJ"sv'JJfl-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiinnniiiiiiraHHvrs7rHJ- YOU SHOULD HAVE A BOTTLE OF clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago I1L 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, 1 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 inspection. Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. made-to-order I represent the largest and best CRAB ORCHARD WATER Concentrated. in your home at all times. Get rid of the habit forming laxatives and cathartics. Break away from the patent medicine habit. Use Nature's own remedy for Stomach and Liver Trouble. Physicians, Nurses, Druggists people who know, use the mineral water treatment because it is the better, safer way. If you are subject to Stomach, Liver or Kidney Trouble send One Dollar today for a thirty day treatment of this famous water. It is sold under this guarantee: "If it doesn't help you when taken according to directions your money will be refunded." Send a dollar today for a bottle MINERAL WATER SALES COMPANY CRAB ORCHARD, KY. The above was doubtless penned upon a full stomach, when the writer was feeling good and at peace with Do not let it wesr you out all mankind. He could scarcely have written so jubilantly in any of the and encourage sickness. stations of Kentucky during the winwhen a local chroniter of 1779-8Take Dr. King's New cler informs us that "Col. Todd returned to the fort (Lexington) alDiscovery. You will most famished; the provisions were so nearly exhausted that his wife get instant relief. could offer him nothing but a gill of Most of us neglect coughs and colds. milk and a little piece of hard bread-anWc brush suggestions aside with the this was turned over in silence "I'll be better soon," and oftentimes we do get better. However, when i to his starving servant." that cough or cold gets a hold, it usually Mr. Carpenter returned in safety means annoyance, interference with our from his trip to Boonesboro, carrying folwork and often a spell of sickness lows. Isn't it better immediately to his bushel of corn with him and his check that cold and ease the cough ? Dr. other provisions. The corn was plant- King's New Discovery does it ! Search ea in tne spring oi ivou ana was tne as you will, you will not find a better first raised in that section of the remedy. State. Margaret Carpenter, who, so Dr. King's New Discovery is made of narrowly escaped assassination by Pine Tar mixed with soothing balsams and laxatives. It's antiseptic and kills the savages, as detailed above, afterand ward married Lindsey Powell and bethe germs, allays the cold-fevsoothes the irritated, inflamed throat. came the ancestor of the noted Pow-The very first dose gives you relief. You cough with less strain. And if you have ell family of Kentucky. a hacking or dry night cough, grateful relief follbws and you soon drop into a Stock companies and individuals in restful arid refreshing sleep. Get a bot- Marshall county, Tenn., have paid tle y and let Dr. King's New Discovery be your cold and cough doctor, $10,000 for five jacks in the last few years. At all druggists. 0, re-'raa- rk for your C A STIFF NC rfSMMffff ...mil :lJ,!lll!iI' Va 8R 5 m kfcfi mi , x i a Why bear those pains 1 A single bottle will convince you M M M I I 111 I I er Sloan's Liniment Arrests Inflammation. Prevents severe complications. Just put a few drops on the painful spot and the pain to-da- w M El I HUSMffl vvrVf-.'-r- I XMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 17AJ9I6 Condensed Report of The Condition of i A" "Why Swear, Dear? I Use 'Gets-I- t' for Corns!" Lincoln County National Bank, On March 7, 1916. Interest-bearin- g RESOURCES: obligations due bank SAVES DAUGHTER little or no hope of his Tecovery. Marion Pike and Miss Lula Dome eloped to Tennessee Friday and were married. The bride is a daughter of F. W. Dome', of Yosemite, and the Advice of Mother no Doubt Pre groom is the son of Albert Pike of the same town. vents Daughter's Untimely End. McDowell Fogle and Mrs. Ifs the New Flan. Simple. Sure as went to McKinney Saturday Fogle to visit Fate. Applied in a Few Seconds. Mrs. Fogle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. "Why, John, I never knew you to Ready, Ky. " I was not able to do use such language! I've told you J. S. Murphy. anything for Jiearly six months," writes several times it's no use to try those Marshal McWhorter came home Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, bandages, salves, tapes, plasters, and from McKinney Saturday to see the was down in bed for three months. "and home folks. I James Lewis ofCreston, was here my cannot tell you how I suffered with head, and with nervousness and his son, who is in Sunday to see school. ly, and his relatives and friends have Men's Suits Banking House and Equipment Available Cash Assets LIABILITIES: $480,090 35 10,750 00 73,547 65 $564,388 00 $179,878 Circulation 98,600 Deposits 285,909 $564,388 "Corner Next To Court House." Capital, Surplus and Profits 98 00 02 00 tH "You Wouldn't toSe Tour Temper, John. If You Used 'Gets-It- " for Those Corns!'1 Stanford, Kentucky For Detailed Report See Elsewhere This Paper. I re- The Interior Journal S. M. Saufley. William F. Schooler, an Ohio ....Publisher $1 a Year When Paid in Advance; 1.50 When Paid at End of Year. Entered at the pottoffice elatt tt Stanford a second maQ. matter Robert A. Cook, republican representative from Christian county was right handsomely rewarded by Gov. Stanley for his devotion to the Administration and the Whisky program during the whole legislative Cook often left his own session. party to vote with the whisky democrats on things that Stanley favored. He was appointed a member of the State Board of Control for four years at $2,500 a year. The law required the appointment of two republicans at this time. W. J. Figg, a magistrate of Shelby county was named as the other member. It was repeatedly charged on the floor of the House that Cook had a deal with the Administration by which he was to be "taken care of" in return for voting with the Administration. publican, has been given the manag ing editorship of Tom Owsley's Somerset News, which he has been making an excellent paper, barring its politics. Mr. Schooler, 'who is said to be an excellent newspaper man, was born in Kentucky but wandered to the Buckeye State many years ago and has since been engaged in dispensing republican editorials and oratory and otherwise furthering the cause of the g. o. p. The Legislature came to an end Tuesday night. May we never see its like again. Have your seats for "The Battle Cry of Peace" reserved now. contraptions for corns. Here's some t, it's just wonderful how easy, 'clear and clean' it makes any corn come right off. Takes but a few seconds to apply. It dries at once. Put your sock on right over it, there's nothing to stick or roll up, form a bundle of your toe, or press on the corn. It's painless, simple as rolling . off a log. Now put away those knives. razors ana scissors, use uets-i- t ana you'll have a sweeter disposition and no more corns and calluses." "Gets-It- " is sold by druggists everywhere, 25c, a bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy, by the Lincoln Pharmacy. 'Gets-I- of an elopement. Mrs. Harry Legner of Ludlow, visited her mother, Mrs. Mary Adams and other relatives heer last week. Rev. J. W. Beagle announced at the Sunday morning services that he would begin a protracted meeting at the Baptist church on the fifth Sunday in April. Lincoln Wells, since moving to his home from Liberty has donned a working suit, and is making a full hand on his farm. The Judge is not Wednesday of last week, is conceded by all to have been the worst of the season. There is a fairly good prospect for a wedding here soon. As the contracting parties are above the ages of 21 and there is no serious objections being urged, we have no fears a lazy man by any means. We are glad to know that our old time friend, J. Q. Rowland is gaining in avordupois. In order to get his true weight, when he was here last, it was necessary to place a smoothing iron on the scales with him, and subtract the weight of the iron. womanly troubles. Our family doctor told my husband he could not do me any good, and he had to give it up. We tried another doctor, bat he did not help me. At last, my mother advised me to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thought d was no use for I was nearly dead and nothing seemed to do me any good. But I took eleven bottles, and now I am able to do all of my work and my own washing. I think Cardui is the best medicine in the world. My weight has increased, and I look the picture of health. " If you suffer from any of the ailments peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui today. Delay is dangerous. We know it will help you, for it has helped so many thousands of other weak women in the past 50 years. At all druggists. Write to: Chattanooza Medicine Co., Ladles' Advisory Deck. Chattanooga. Tenn., lor Sttcial e Inxtt uctiont on your case and book. "Home Treatment for Women." in plain wrapper. N.C. 123 64-pac- wSSMlB lift friTT-il- il v jBI Woman's Club News The Club has received the following communication in regard to the Chautauqua, which is self-explanato-ry. Middleburg rejoicing over their first born. The little miss arrived several days ago. The road bond question is not often mentioned here, but there is plenty of "hot air" being discharged Yosemite. Bud Short still remains very poor- -A- Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Compton are at CENT -WORD ADS l (Ads here are cent a word each issue, cash with order; no ad. less than 25c each issue.) FEW White Wyandotte hens and MASON'S GAP. The farmers are very busy sow- cocks for sale. Mrs. J. N. Cash, R. ing their tobacco beds. 20-tR. 5, Stanford, Ky. f Mrs. E. L. Miracle is improving Miss Cordie Miracle spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Florence Burk. We think the wedding bells will soon ring at Mr. .E. L.. Miracle's as Mr. Claud Gerkey is calling there rather often. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Robbins were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Thompson Sunday. Mrs. Anna Hooker and Mrs. Aggie Hooker visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Daugherty one day this week. We are very sorry to hear that Rev. H. C. Miracle of Bell county, was sent to the Frankfort peniten-iiar- y for one year. Miss Martha Hurst spent Sunday with her little cousin, Janet Hurst. Miss Mandy Gilliland called on Miss Cordie Miracle the other day to bid her good-byShe leaves soon for Pulaski county where she will make her future home. The entire community hate to give her up but wish her well in her new location. e. nicely at this writing. JUST received a great supply of Lowney's celebrated candies the finest you ever saw. Call and try a 21-- 2 box. Lincoln Pharmacy. COME and see our hats. on display a nice line of Models. Mrs. J. C. Lynn. We have Spring 21-- 2 FOR SALE. Full blooded brown leghorn eggs for setting; 50c for setting of 15 eggs; one milk can. Call phone 187, address box 513.. 20-- tf room LADIES We will open a sewing at the home of Mrs. Annie New-lan- d next Monday. We solicit your patronage, promising quick and efficient service. Misses Mary D. Ken22-- 1 nedy and Prill Newburn. NOTICE Creditors of Carroll L. Dudderar will file their claims proponce and those indebted to him will g m I Thousands of Jp physicians and millions &f of housewives will swear L to that. You've never tasted such wholesome, templing, appetizing bakings never enjoyed such uniformly perfect results. Calumet Bak- ing Powder never fails and it m L costs less to use than other kinds. M L Received Highest Awards k Knv Cui But Frtt Stt SUp . ie Peund Ccn. you've! Jf I BEE LICK. The Death Angel visited the home of Logan Long on March the 6th and claimed for its victim, Logan. All that medical aid could do was done, but of no avail. He was laid to rest in the Providence burying ground to await the Resurrection. Little Miss Louella Taylor has been real sick with tonsilitis. Bro. J. L. Davis and family, have returned home after a four months' stay in several of the adjoining counties, where he has been holding protracted meetings. Mrs. Ida Owens and Mrs. Jennina Todd visited Mrs. W. E. Taylor Saturday last. Mrs. Alza Elder has been on the sick list, but is somewhat better at this writing. There will be a debate at Providence church March 27 and 28, between Evangelist J. L. Davis, of the Church of Christ and J. G. Sowards. . erly proven with the undersigned at ple?e settle. ministrator. J. F. Dudderar, Ad21-- 3 NOTICE. The creditors of Garner Price are notified to file their claims, properly verified with the undersigned and those indebted to him will please settle at once. Mary R. 21-- 2 Price, Executrix. HOUSE furnished and good wages to the right man. Must be able to handle team and do all kinds of work on farm. No use to apply unless can furnish good recommendation. A. H. Bastin & Son, Lancaster, Ky. 21-- 2 ON account of mother's illness, I McKinney, Ky., Feb. 7. President of Woman's Club, I was afflicted with Bladder trouble. I suffered such great pain that Stanford, Ky., Dear Madam: I learn from the the doctor had to take my urine. AfInterior Journal that you are to have ter the doctor had treated me two weeks, I did not get any better. Re- a Chautauqua in Stanford this year, on this membering that a few doses of Dr. lating you and your club congratu-movement, completely re- and I take the liberty of Kilmer's Swamp-Roand I know from experilieved my jVfother-in-Laafter all ence that it is a movement that the doctors who were called on her case had failed to do her any good, should win from the public the best I asked my husband to get me a bot- they have in store, as nothing I know which he did, and of is better for a town like Stanford, tle of Swamp-Roo- t, I took it and threw the doctors' prep- than to have a Lyceum Course in arations away because immediately the winter months and a Chautauafter I started taking Dr. Kilmer's qua in the summer. It should be week for Swamp-RoI was greatly relieved. Home Coming old home, all who wish to visit their and the en My husband was so pleased he said tire public should now advise all I should take one dozen bottles of Swamp-Roo- t, but by the time I had their friends and relatives to visit taken seven bottles I was completely Stanford during Chautauqua Week, restored to health. That was six to spend a pleasant vacation. This years ago and I have not taken any is something that every citizen makmedicine since. My weight is 195 should work for and assist in Stan-jforing it a success, not only as to d pounds, have three children, do my to the entire county, and but own work n a house of twelve rooms, keep boarders. Very truly yours, to show that I, though a stranger to and you, will authorize you to give to M?.S. ANNIE BAUGHMAN, Barbertown, Ohio some children who are not able to 657 Newell St. Personally appeared before me buy season tickets to each attraction, this 19th day of December, 1914, three (3) season tickets and reserve Mrs. Annie Baughman, who sub- two (2) of same for myself and scribed the above statement and wife, which will make me a submade oath that the same is true in scriber to five (5) season tickets. I am also willing to become a memsubstance and in fact. ber of a club of business men in the W. A. Morton, Notary Public. county that will sign up to the amount of $5 or $10 to defray any exLetter to pense that may occur or rather Dr. Kilmer & Co., short to cover that actual expense N. Y. Binghampton, incurred by the Woman's Club in conducting this Chautauqua and I Swamp-Roo- t Prove What Will Do For You believe you can secure the signature Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & of 75 others in the county who will Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sam- guarantee the like amount and in besure of success. ple size bottle. It wilheonvince any- i,this way you wilL T " r- tj. - tne .1...1 ii.: j.u is ii.. uuiy uj. every ciii&eu one. vou will also receive a bookto take an interest in this noble let of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When cause and to see that every member writing, be sure FJid mention the of his family and that of his neighStanford Interior Journal. Regular bor attend each number of this atfifty-cearid size bottles traction. The Alkahest, is affiliated with one for sale at all drug stores. ot w, The Great Kidney Medicine Fulfills Its Mission. ot Any size, 33 to 50. Any price $10 to $25 for All Wool. $5 to $8.50 for Cotton Mixtures, in all the shades obtainable. Serges, Genuine Indigo Fast Colors, All Wool $10, $15, $20 and $25. Brown and grey in small checks, plaids and conservative greys and mixtures at $10 to $25. 33 to 50 sizes. So there is little chance to miss you in size, price or color. Let us show you any way. you want. Never since we have sold clothes have we been better fixed to furnish you any thing ( 1 McRoberts & Bailey STANFORD -: KENTUCKY Bi T- -l i .. r . 1 of the largest bureaus in the world, I .! aim T su. .ucnoueris. In the jw. and I believe you have made a good receiving line was the President, selection of attractions. I am here Mrs. R. L. Elkin and the ready and willing to do what I can Mrs. F. B. Marksbury. They to help make the Chautauqua a suc- were assisted in entertaining by cess, in any way I can. Again comEmma G. KaufFman, J. B. d, mending you and your club in this R. E. McRoberts, George D. noble work, I am, Robinson, Wm. R. Cook, Theodore Very truly yours, Currey and Joe E. Robinson. vice-president, Mes-dam- es Kin-nair- J. L. McKECHNIE. 4 I I J- I nt one-doll- ar I The Colonial Tea given on Tuesday last week by Lancaster's Club in the club rooms was an enjoyable affair and a decided success in all arrangements. The rich costumes of the olden times was certainly laughable. With the full skirts, tight waists, powdered puffs and curls, e high back combs, jewelry and handsome lace mantellas all recalled the days of Martha Washington. The tea table set in colonial silver, and white and gold china was presided over by Mesdames R. L. El- old-tim- The Aches of House Cleaning. The pain and soreness caused by bruises, and straining during house cleaning time are soothed away by Sloan's Liniment. No need tox suffer this agony. Just apply Sloan's Liniment to the sore spots, rub only a little. In a short time the pain leaves, you rest comfortably and enjoy a refreshing1 over-exertion sleep. "Sloan's Liniment is worth its weight in gold." Keep a bottle on hand, use it against all Soreness, Neuralgia and Bruises. Kills pain. 25c at your Druggist. One grateful user writes: SEE HERE! Do You Want Your Kidneys Experi- r fr mented On? Kidney troubles are getting more every day. Government health bureau figures say deaths from this cause are 72 more than 20 years ago. Anyoody who suffers constant backache, who feels blue, nervous and irritable; who has dizzy spells, headache and urinary disorders should suspect kidney weakness. Overworked kidneys must have a rest. Take things easier; live more carefully. Take a good kidney remedy to build the kidneys up again. But be sure to get Doan's Kidney Pills the; oldest, the most widely used, the best recommended of all kidney pills, now in use all over the civilized world. Don't experiment with your kidneys. Thousands have already tested Doan's. You have their experience to go by. Plenty of cases right here in Stanford. 'Here's one: B. Holderman, Stanford, says: "I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they proved to be just as advertised. My kidneys were weak and I had backache. Hearing Doan's Kidney Pills highly praised, I used them and they relieved me." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Holderman. had. Foster-Milbur- n '22-- 1 Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. common take this method of applying for a school. Trustees wanting an experienced teacher, holding a first, write me; references given. Fannie Young, 19-- 4 Waynesburg, Ky. SOME of the prettiest Spring Hats have arrived late this week, and tho not having a formal opening, I will have them on display Saturday, March 18th, and the ladies are invited to call and see them. Miss Ella 21-- 1 May Saunders. A Pee Gee Finish For Every Purpose Partial List of Pee Gee Guaranteed Finishes Fee Gee Flatkeatt f hterisr Walls and Ceilings Pee Gee China Enamel for hteriat Woedwork li II Wvl la ha 18 . K m Wk m if w K WLias m a vli V v s m Pa - k m, li Specify Pee Gee Finishes look attractive. If you are intending to build, repaint or redecorate, you should investigate the merits of Pee Gee Finishes. Remember the cost of labor is the same whether you use poor painte and varnishes or the Pee Gee kind. You want your buildings, inside and outside, to You want to avoid the expense and trouble of frequent refinishing. the kind that has stood the test for almost a half a century. ; w. ft w. K k1 V1 pointing down, strayed from premises of James Durham, in McKinney. Finder reporting to me will be rewarded. $100 reward for the conviction of the person who disposed of the cow. John Dye, Maywood, 20-- 4 FOR SALE. One saw-mi- ll outfit, consisting of one 35 H. P. center crank engine, one new 60in. circular saw, one 55-iand a 30-i- n top saw. One 24-f- t. carriage with 3 head blocks and snrincr reverse, cahl fPA xn carriage and a 36-f- t. side, hand eager. Also one iron swing saw, a large sawdust fan, good belting, several lumber trucks, shaftings and pulleys and cant hooks. A good heavy log wagon and complete logging outfit. Will sell with or without the engine. If interested address J. F. Hill & Co., Lock Box 564, Stanford, Ky. 22-- 1 n. 1 A star in forehead, spots on hip, horns ESTRAY. A pale red cow, with Mastic Pain T "The Kind That Lasts" ( 1 Fee Fee Pee Fee Pee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Gee Specification Varaiskes Gee Floor Wax Gee Penetrating Dystaia Gee Ferck Paint Gee Gee Gee Gee Semi-Past- e Roof ail Ian more economical than Keg Lead and Oil, hand mixed paint or ordinary ready mixed paint. MASTIC PAINT is made of pure White COVERS more surface, lasts longer, looks better I 1 1 1 with Zinc Oxide in the correc and pure Linseed Oil. It does not scale and keeps its color for years. The formula appears on every can. Lead, proportions, ed Faint for Roofs Adamant Fleer Faint Wagon and Ia?leseat Faint Fntlanke fir Concrete Mm Kbta Family Faint Cree-Staii FREE Aolc u for beautifully illustrated booklet, "Homes and How to Paint THem." Also for color cards, booklets of any Pee Gee Finish you may desire, or write T CO., Incorporated, Louisville, Kentucky. for them to PEASLEE-GAULBER- 1 a Gee Gee Gee Screen Enaml NEW STANFORD DRUG CO., Stanford, Ky. Ch ezp and big canBakingPo wders do not saveybu money. Calnmetdoes it'sPnre and fcr superior to sour milk and soda. The Interior Joumai;;Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 17, 1916 "Hs Home THIS 58-Year-Old Celebration of Wonder Interest the future. But in the meantime, during the anxious period of expectancy,, there is a Mrs. ter this week to visit relatives. Miss Maud Foster,. f Lancaster, ctnr.npH nvpr with MissCora Lee for J. W. Acey went to Lancas- T WHY WOMEN Bank The arrival of a baby in the household completely changes the entire aspect of splendid remedy known as "Mother's Friend" that does wonders. It is for external use, the pains of muscle expansion, soothes and quiets the nerves, extends its influence to the internal organs and removes to dency to worrv and an-prehension. It Is a natural treatment, safe for the mother, has no drug effect whatsoever and for this reason must exert a most beneficial influence upon those functions directly connected with motherhood. In a very interesting book the subject is freely discussed and a copy will be mailed free to all expectant mothers by Bradfleld Regulator Co., 406 Lamar Bdg., Atlanta, Ga. Get a bottle of "Mother's Friend" today of any druggist. Use as directed and you will then know why mothers for nearly half a century have used and recommended tliis splendid aid to mothrlinrwl- - Tfintr lntfnra qra macDimiM j of cheer, that breathe comfort In every word. Refers to its Long and Honorable Career for Honesty, Fair Dealing And Satisfactory Service To its Customers as a "Guarantee of its Ability to Secure Your Deposits and to a great extent the ten- a short visit, en route) to Jellico, Tenn., where she goes id iaKe a position with the phone company. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. &ill, and the latter's mother, Mrs. O'atts, late of Wayne county, have taken possession nf fbpip new home, near the Lexing ton Country Club, which Mr. Hill purchased some montns ago. iney moved in last week. Lexington Leader. Miss Mary Manier Wells, of Danville, a student of Kentucky College for Women, visited her friend, Miss Elizabeth Taliaferro Beckner, for game. Miss the K. C. W. basket-ba- ll Wells is one of the best players on the team, and is quite a favorite in Winchester's younger social set, as she has visited Miss Beckner before. Winchester Republican. Buy your seats now for "The Battle Cry of Peace" at the opera house upon him at the First National Bank. Rev. J. G. Bosshart returned this morning from New York where he preached two sermons in German Re- WRITE LETTERS To Lydia E. Pinkham Medi cine Co. Women who arc well often ask "Are the letters which the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. are continually publishing, genuine?" "Are they truthful?" " Why do women write such letters? " In answer we say that never have wc published a fictitious letter or name. Never, knowingly, have we published an untruthful letter, or one without the full and written consent of the woman who wrote it. The reason that thousands of women from all parts of the country write such grateful letters to the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. is that Lydia E. Pink-ham-'s Vegetable Compound has brought health and happiness into their lives, once burdened with pain and suffering. It has relieved women from some of the worst forms of female ills, from disinflammation, ulceration, irregularities, nervousness, weakness, stomach troubles and from the blues. It i3 impossible for any woman who is well and who has never suffered to realize how these placements, poor, formed churches there. Arnold Brady went to Mt. Vernon Thursday to advertise "The Battle Cry of Peace" which will be shown at the opera house here one night next week. Deputy State Fire Marshal Ben Bosworth, of Lexington, was in Stanford, inspecting the "premises of business houses this week. He said that he found Stanford in about as good shape against fire as any small city in the state. Luther E. Herron, former Chief of Police of Lancaster, has recently received the appointment of District Game Warden, for the four counties of Garrard, Madison, Estill and LOAN YOU MONEY As your needs require. 3 Per Cent. Paid on Time Certificates and Savings Accounts. next Wednesday. ROOK PARTY One of the prettiest entertainments of the season was the Rook party given by Mrs. E. J. Brown on Wednesday afternoon, at her home on Highcation street. Mrs. Brown entertained just the members of the Rook Club with a few other guests. The decorations consisted of St. Patrick's Day favors and colors. The salad course that was served at the conclusion of the game carried out the Irish color scherte, even to the mints that were in the shape of The following green shamrocks. guests enjoyed tne aeiigntiui aiter-nooMesdames W. A. Tribble, G. G. Perry, J. B. Foster, S. M. Saufley. R. T. Bruce, J. B. Paxton, R. C. Hocker, Annie Engleman, G. B. n: Lee. The I. J.'s old friend, Post Office Inspector Clarence Coleman, with headquarters at Rapid City, So. Dak. doesn't want to take any chances on missing a single issue, so sent along a check for $d to keep well paid up in advance. His many friends are congratula ting popular W. H. (Boge) Brown, of Lancaster, upon his reappointment as Master Commissioner of the POWDER Absolutely Pur Made from Cream of Tartar NO ALUM-- NO PHOSPHATE Miss Mary Vanoy is on the sick list this week. William Westerfield, of Paris, is visiting his uncle, M. D. Elmore. Ed Welburn is .spending the week end with friends at Hustonville. Mrs. G. W. Cabell is ill at her home on Whitley avenue. Dunn Sandidge and Horace Riffe, of Hustonville, were in town calling some friends Thursday W. R. Todd spent Thursday in Personal and Social on Miss Laona Vest, of Casey night. county, London on business. is visiting her sister, Mrs. Charles Salem and Mr. Salem. Social Calendar. Mrs. R. M. Baker, of Berea, was 18. B. Y. P. U. entertainMarch the guest of Mrs. L. M. Goodnight ment, Saturday evening, 7:30 to 10. the first part of the week. Mrs. J. B. Smith, of McKinney, was Mrs. Eliza Blain went to" Frankfort here Thursday consulting a Stanford this morning to visit her brother, R. dentist. J. L. McKechnie, of the McKinney R. Gentry and family. Milling Co., was in Lexington ThursMisses Lena and Mary Dee Beck, business interests. near McKinney, went to Corbin day looking after one of McKinney's H. Routenberg, Thursday to visit Mrs. Will Hawkins. hustling merchants, is in Cincinnati, Robert Walter, of Lancaster, spent buving goods. j several days this week here with relaIsaac Salem leaves Sunday for the tives. Eastern markets to buy goods for the Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Todd go to Bargain Store. Danville tonight to be guests of Mrs. Mrs. L. P. Nunnelley, out on Logan's creek, is confined to her bed R. T. Lowndes. Mrs. J. R. Cass, of Brodhead, is with a severe spell of grip. visiting her daughter, Mrs. L. B. HilMr. and Mrs. E. J. Tanner, of McKinney, are in Louisville for several ton. Mrs. Dave Newland, Mrs. Mayme days, where Mr. Tanner is buying Holdman and Mrs. Walter Goodwin, goods for his store. of Crab Orchard, were in town TuesClaiborne C. Walton' goes to day shopping. in the next few days to Mrs. J. R. Masterson, of Junctoin take a position in the wholesale hardCty came Wednesday to be at the ware house of A. Mims & Co. bedside of her mother, Mrs. G. W. jMrs. Nannie Harper arrived from ' Cabell. Miami, Okla., Thursday morning to News has been received here that visit her brother. JMrs. James W. Pow-- j Thin Model Watch A I. M. Bruce, who has been employed ell. and other West End relatives. Mrs. Alien Owslp.v. whn has hppn in Florida, has been sick, but is now and now Ingersoll is j the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. B. improving. Miss Marion Mather, one of David Jones, and her nephew, Mr. Owsley turning out a Baird & Sons' best trimmers, of Dunn, has returned to her home in very, very thin, models Louisville, has arrived to assist Miss Louisville. watch for $3. Mrs. J. W. Ireland and daughter, Ella May Saunders this season. Mrs. M. B. Ford, who has been the Lucille, of Bellevue are expected toWe have them here for you guest of Mrs. Jesise Stagg for several day for a visit to Mrs. Mary I. to look at; and they're interdays, returned to her home at Knox-vill- e Bruce. Lucile, who has been ill. will be placed in a physician's care here. enough to look at, esting today. Lieut. Richard Caswell Saufley and even if you haven't e a, Mr. B. G. Gover attended the bu- Mrs. Saufley, who have been in the least idea you need v siiii Fla., for some time, are now rial of his brother-in-laDr. J. K. a watch. The price is Vanarsdale, in Louisville Monday af- at New Orleans, Lieut. Saufley having been ordered there for a short ternoon. period. PENN'YS DRUG STORE Miss Mary Bruce went to FrankRaymond Tucker, of the U. S. batfort this morning to testify in the tleship, New Hampshire, who has Stanford, Ky. United States Court concerning some been visiting homefolks here, will money ordeis that had been appro- - leave tomorrow for Marion, Ohio, gl priated by a mountain postmaster. where he will visit his brother, W. C. Tucker. First National Bank. men feel when restored to health; their keen desire to help other women roJin nri siifTerinfrns ;: ,:, suffering wo- Garrard circuit court by Judge HarHARRIS CREEK din this week. Mr. Brown has served for three years with satisfaction Andv Feistritzer snent a week in to all concerned, and is making a Louisville with friends. splendid official. Judge Hardin apMr. Bodner has been very ill for pointed J. J. Walker, Jr., as trustee several weeks. ., of the jury fund of Garrard to sucMiss Elizabeth Konrader and ceed F. S. Hughes. Eifler will be married March 30th Watch next Tuesday's issue for rader in Louisville, where Miss Konis making her home now. large ad. of "The Battle Cry of Peace." Mr-Charl- es Cat-lettsbur- g, RELIANCE 7-jewel, 7-Je- MilliCooper, J. H. Woods, A. H. Sever- tneyaia. nery, Saturday, March 18, Main St. H. R. Saufley, T. W. Penningance, ton, J. G. Carpenter, H. C. Carpenter, H. J. McRoberts, J. C. Rice, J. C. Mrs. Rella Arnold Francis will and Mrs. Bailey, R. M. Newland, have her formal Spring Millinery Mrs. Deatherage, of RichTurley and Sam Gentry, Jr., received a check mond. this week for $145, from a Penn- Opening at Lancaster, next Satursylvania party, for 30 fowls he ship- day, March 18, with a beautiful line ped there. of hats, which her friends are cordiR. C. Engleman, who sustained a ally invited to call and inspect. 21-- 1 paralytic stroke about 10 days ago. is able to be out again, his friends are glad to know. The house on lower Main, which Mrs. Adelia Woods recently occupied Bottle Destroys Dandruff is being torn down by J. C. Bailey, invipreparatory to building his new and' Doubles Beauty of home. County Judge James P. Bailey, Your Hair. who has been confined to Tiis room a deep cold, was able to be out Within ten minutes after an appli- with a while Friday morning but is not cation of Danderine you can not find feeling as chipper as usual yet. a single trace of dandruff or falling Phillips & Phillips, one of Stanhair and your scalp will not itch, but ford's furnishing estab what will please you most will be lishments, decorated their friends after a few weeks' use, when you see with green Shamrocks Friday in hon vwill Satnew hair, fine and downy at first or of St. Patrick s Day. yes but really new hair growing 18, 1916. County Judge C. A. Arnold, of all over the scalp. appointed Joe Hamilton, of SisA little Danderine immediately Garrard, Buena of Garrardj doubles the beauty of your hair. No the County Vista section the vacancy Clerk to fill Ky. 21-- 1 difference how dull, faded, brittle as caused by the death of J. W. Hamscraggy, just 'moisten a cloth v&s; iSrJBSarJ iylja e pinkham H-vf- KK The Warren Sisters invite you to their first showing of Spring Heard About Town m" l F -- TvU :&u&w- - - '; ?- m 3 Girls! Have a Mass Of Beautiful Hair, Soft, Glossy, Wavy nt SPRING MILLINERY Fy?;.!!K 25-Ce- You are cordially ted to inspect our display of the latest designs in Hart and Gage hats; also m up-to-da- te many attractive Patterns from the Eastern market which be shown urday, March Respectfully, Noel ters, Danville, v..-- Pen-sacol- w, I and with Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. The effect is amazing your hair will be light, fluffy and wavy, and have an ap pearance of abundance; an incom parable lustre, softness and luxuri ance. 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 that s all you surely can have beautiful hair, and lots of it if you will just try a 22-- 1 little Danderine. 25-cent Special Early Showing of SPRING MILLINERY, MARCH IS. MISSES STRAUB, Stanford, Ky. "fc The Calendar Tells Us 1 ilton last week. Dr. M. Lee Pipes, of Moreland, is back from Edna, Texas, where he went to dispose of some land he own ed. He says thingb are not any too prosperous in that section of the Lone Star State. John Hubble, who has been a wireless operator for Uncle Sam for the past six or eight years, is enjoying a visit to his father, J. M. Hubble, of McKinney. He has been located in New York for some time, and for a while worked in the office in the Statue of Liberty there. The Danville city council has reappointed A. C. Alford, formerly of Stanford, upon the regular police force. He was appointed several months ago, but only for temporary duty. He has made good and it was decided to make the appointment permanent, which will be good news to his host of friends "back home." Trustees of the Jury Fund W. W. Saunders has received the money for the recent jury and the members thereof can obtain same by calling ff Ladies' Spring iHF m ji Ml Tanlac Secures Highest Record Quality Tells the Interesting Story of This Extraordinary Medicine. No other medicine ever has approached the wonderful record of Tanlac. Its success is a romance of the staid business world a success built on merit so unusual that in just nine months after Tanlac had been introduced, one million bottles had been sold to men and women who had learned its superior qualities for the relief of ailments of the stomach, liver and kidneys and catarrhal affections. Tanlac appeals to the best people everywhere. These are the men and women, who judge intelligently and impartially, and the result always is a Tanlac verdic,t. Upon the endorsement of many thousands of well known people rests the great and secure popularity of Tanlac. Those who take Tanlac always return for the second bottle because the first few doses establish its merits. Tanlac is so efficient and pure, it at once makes known its value in derangements of the stomach, indigestion, upset nerves and debility. Tanlac, that has come to be generally known as the Master Medicine, may now be obtained in Stanford Ky., at Penny's drug store, where it is explained daily to many people. Tanlac may be obtained at the following nearby cities: Moreland, Abraham Minks; Hustonville, Adams Bros.,; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-burMiddle-burJoseph McWilliams; W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros.,; Brodhead, John Robing; Junction City, Reynolds & Evans; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts. g, g, i? That winter is nearly over. The blue bird and robin remind us that spring is on the way. Your clothes are showing the wear and tear. B?gin to get some lighter wearing apparel, or spring fever will soon be in your blood. .1 i APPA It is not necessary to see your costume repro- Suits, Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Under- wear and All Kinds of Haberdashery. We have everything new in and boys. Copyright Hart SchafCncr & Man ready-to-we- ar for men Come in and let us show y u. If you are not ready to buy, will be glad to show you any way. duced, as the rule of this department is no two alike. It is our endeavor to each year raise the standard of our store. We believe, and those who have seen our display say we have fairly out done all previous efforts. The range of styles, materials and price is so great that you can surely find a becoming and pleasing model. Come and see the NEW SUITS, COATS, SKIRTS and WAISTS. : : ; : PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS . -- ..,., jte STANFORD'S BIGGEST' STORE and advertising plans address Cooper Medicine Company, Dayton, Ohio S DRUGGISTS .(An exclusive Tanlac agent is wanted in every town, village and cross road in this county. For particulars STORE-KEEPER- ATTENTION! Severance & Son, 22-- 1 Page Six 'The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 17, 1916 Splendid Laxative For Elderly People HAS TfiejHSI SYNOPSIS. I i Author of OF- "THE OCCA- SIONAL FENDER." THE WIRE TAP-PERS- ." BEEN PRESCRIBED BY WELL KNOWN PHYSICIAN FOR MANY YEARS runners;etc Novelized from "GUN THE PATHE PHOTO PLAY OF THE SAME NAME Nil fcAMHLWJTNNCl The infirmities of age are especially manifest in a tendency to constipation, and call for treatment that will afford relief in an easy, natural manner. The rapid action of cathartic remedies and purgatives that shock the system should be avoided, more especially as the relief they offer is only temporary and is usually Sj.j ' M IWII Mill j&4mK:&m&m&. " ?as & W.'A. more than offset by disturbance to j?''-- '. wtv.y.,v jvstr tv &.",. the vital organs caused by their vio- t t " OHtK'., Z,JT. '''&&'"& ''S TSCT'JfcTw Htf lent action. Nearly thirty years ago Dr. W. B. Caldwell, Monticello, 111., prescribed MRS. RACHEL ALLEN. a compound of simple laxative herbs become the standard of good and that she intends to keep that has since household remedy in thousands of it in the house always. homes. It acts easily and gently, yet Druggists sell Dr. Caldwell's Syrwith positive effect, without griping up Pepsin for fifty cents a bottle. It or other pain or discomfort. Mrs. is a splendid remedy and should be Rachel Allen, Galesburg, Kans., is in every home. A trial bottle, free 71 years old, and after using a bot of charge, can be obtained by writing tle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, J to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 Washingwrote that it had done her a world ton St., Monticello, HI. I K. - t.- V.-j- r9kV jA : V. . JV On Windward island Palidori Intrigues' Mrs. Golden into an appearance of evil which causes Golden to capture and tor-- ! ture the Italian by branding his face and crushing his hand. Palidori opens the dyke gates and floods the island and in the general rush to escape the Hood kidnaps Golden's daughter Twelve years later in New York a Masked One calling himself "the Hammer girl of God" rescues an eighteen-year-ol- d from the cadet Casavanti, to whom Juleg . Legar has delivered her. and takes her to the home of Enoch Golden, millionaire, whence she is recaptured by Legar. Legar j and Stein are discovered by Manley, Gol-- i den's secretary, setting fire to Golden's buildings, but escape. Margory's mother . fruitlessly implores Enoch Golden to find their daughter. The Masked One , again takes Margory away from Legar. six-year-- I Mar-gor- y. J FOURTH EPISODE THE NAME AND THE GAME Legar had reason to feel well pleased with his morning's work. Defeated for the time being, in one quarter, he promptly swung about and No. 5132 REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF 7, 1916 THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky, at close of business, Mch. RESOURCES Loans and discotlhts (except those shown on b) Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured, $31.07 U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) Bonds other than U. S. Bonds pledged to secure 3,000.00 Postal Savings Deposits Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including' 27,600.00 stocks) owned unpledged Subscription to stock of Fedei-a- l Re12,100.00 serve Bank 6,050.00 Less amount unpaid 6,050.00 .Value of banking house (if unencumbered) Furniture and fixtures Net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank Net amount due from approved reserve agents in 2,986.23 New York, Chicago, and St. Louis Net amount due from approved reserve agents in 26,953.83 other reserve cities Net amount due from banks and bankers (other than incuded in 10 or 11) 1,791.46 Outside checks and other cash items 103.43 Fractional currency, nickels, and cents Notes of other national banks Federal Reserve notes Coin and certificates Legal-tendnotes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer er $349,459.28 31.07 100,000.00 30,600.00 6,050.00 10,250.00 500.00 8,114.34 29,940.06 3,586.86 1,894.89 985.00 175.00 13,801.50 4,000.00 5,000.00 $564,388.00 Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund 5,949.94 Undivided profits 1,334.35 Reserved for taxes 8.97 7,293.26 Reserved for court costs 2,514.28 Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid Circulating notes outstanding. Due to banks and bankers (others than included in 28 or Individual deposits subject to check.. Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days , .... Postal savings deposits Total demand deposits, Items 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, and 39, $259,181.42. Certificates of deposit Total of time deposits, Items 40, 41, and 42, $21,688.22 Total 29) pinned an oblong paper. Stealing up to it, Legar read: Enoch Gclden: You have proved a disappointment to me. Despite my warnings, you still oppress the poor and abuse your power. Your daughter has been saved from the clutches of Legar, and at the proper time will be produced. But that time will not come until you have changed your ways of life. So while still you have the chance, do some good deed! THE LAUGHING MASK. Legar, having thoughtfully perused this strange warning, promptly added struck at another. His attack, in this instance, was directed at nothing less than Enoch Golden's own home. There, effecting an entrance through a neglected coal chute before even the servants "were astir, he had crept stealthily upward until he found refuge in a trunk room. Through the door crack of this trunk room, however, he soon had the dubious pleasure of beholding a figure quite as stealthy as his own, a figure that wore a laughing mask and made its way cautiously downward to the door of Enoch Golden's study. On that door the masked figure, before vanishing as quietly as it had first . appeared, $100,000.00 75,100.00 4,778.98 98,600.00 5,039.38 247,007.28 11,500.00 674.14 21,688.22 $564,388.00 bank do solemnly swear I, W. M. Bright, Cashier of the above-name- d that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. M. BRIGHT, Cashier Correct- - -- Attest: Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th dav of March, 1916. J. B. PAXTON, Notary Public My commission expires Feb. 7, 1920 W. W. SAUNDERS, State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: J. W. ROCHESTER, Directors R. L. HUBBLE, Rubber Tirin am well equipped to do all kinds of Rubber Tiring at all times and the best of tires Cooper and Firestone prices $ 0 to $ 4. Work I 1 1 guaranteed. : : : : : : : : E. T. PENCE. YOU NEED IT RIGHT NOW! Phone Us To Send You a Load of That Best Of All Fuel, FOX RIDGE COAL a postscript! As a slight sign of my disapproval, I am appropriating your fifty thousand dollars from the vaults of the Third National bank, for which I now take occasion to thank you. Ten minutes later Legar had made his escape from the house and was speeding southward in his car, to confer with his own men as to the approaching assault on Golden's wealth in the Third National vaults. The Laughing Mask himself, in the meantime, was busy with his own en terprise. He had rescued Margory Golden from Legar, it was true, but her conveyance to a place of safety,, in open daylight, was a much more difficult problem. In his extremity, accordingly, he had to resort to those expedients nearest at hand. This led him down a secluded byway, where the powder shack of a construction company still stood half way up a wooden hillside. At the end of a tunnel piercing this hillside was a timbered chamber for high explosives. Guarded as it was with its double lock, the Laughing Mask seemed an expert in the manipulation of such obstacles, since five minutes' work with his n skeleton keys threw open that room. Once there, he even ventured to explore his surroundings and takefrom their case certain small cylinpaper. ders incased in grease-staineHe did not explain to the already girl, however, that these grease stains .were made by a substance known as nitroglycerin, nor did he explain to her, at the end of his quiet yet hurried labors, that the looped line hanging at the tunnel mouth was in any way connected with the fulminate caps, which he had placed so pregnantly close to his buried mine. But it was well, he remembered, to be prepared fcr such men as Legar and his followers. "Now," said the masked figure, turning to the girl, "I want you to stay here until I get back." Waiting fcr, her deliverer's return, however, proved neither a pleasant nor a tranquilizing pastime. The girl became restless. Then sne became worried. Then she even ventured to creep out along the rough-shorepassageway, to where the tunnel opened en a shelf of rock and gravel half way up the hillside. Screened as it was with shrubbery she could see little of the valley before her. The only point of life that met her gaze was a black touring car crawling along the valley road. When that car turned off the road and twisted and rocked in between the bushes below her she thought, at first, that it was her unknown guardian returning to her. But well-hidded over-nuzzled foregathe'fed behind a screen of scrub oak not more than thirty feet below her she knew both by their guarded tones and their general conspiratorial aspect that they stood intent on their own ends, quite oblivious of her and her hiding place. Her face paled, however, as she heard the clearer and mere authoritative tones of one of those speakers. For that voice, she knew, belonged to Legar, and only to Legar. The girl, pushing her cautious the bushes, leaned even closer over the ledge. Then she held her breath, for she saw that her movements had loosened the gravel at her feet and sent a covey of bowlders careening down the hillside. The voices below at the same time came to a sudden stop. In another moment she could hear the crash of hurrying feet through the tangled shrubbery. Before she could turn and fly Legar and his four followers were charging up the slope. They were upon her, cutting off her retreat before she could dodge back into the passageway. Yet she did not surrender without a struggle. She fcught them back as best she could, standing at bay with her back against the rocky hillside. It was not until Legar's hand clamped like a vise on her arm that she screamed, and screamed again. A masked figure picking his cautious way along the crest cf the hill above them heard that cry and seemed , to understand its meaning. Fcr, on hearing that repeated scream, he no longer picked his way, but ran frantically, and with all his speed. So precipitately did he scurry down that rocky hillside, in fact, that he de- - ! scended in a flying leap in the very midst of Legar's followers clustered about the girl. He landed like a fallen plumb bob, heels down, knocking one of the conspirators sprawling over the cliff edge as he came. Anblew other he sent with a in the same direction. The third was not disposed of so easily. But an u adept twist of the body soon sent this opponent diving headforemost into the loose gravel. It was then that Legar, seeing his men going down about him like ninepins," re leased his clutch on the girl's arm to draw his revolver. At the same moment that he did so the man in the mask, swinging the girl sharply about, darted for the tunnel-mouth. He was through it before Legar could level his gun and fire. He was tho panting girl down the narrow passage before any of the band could follow. But before he dodged for the hidden powder house he threw up his free hand and caught at the loop which hung there at the end of his line. And he pulled it vigorously as he ran. The result of that simple movement was both prompt and appalling. Tho thunder of a great detonation shook the earth. The rocky hillside erupted into a sudden volcano of flying earth and gravel, flinging its tons of debris into the echoing valley. And under tho debris could be seen the still struggling limbs of Legar and his men. But the man in the mask did not linger to witness those struggles. He girl out darted with the white-faceof the broken tunnel mouth, dragged her hurriedly up the slope and circled down through rock and underbrusli to where his hidden car awaited him. way-throug- "HATS DIFFERENT The expression women use when shown COHEN HATS. During Saturday , Mar. 18th, A SPECIAL EXHIBIT OF COHEN HATS, suitable for immediate use. Display will be made in our present location on evil-face- d North Third Street. After, March 29, 1916, the opening of the Welsh & Wiseman new building, will be pleased to meet you there. rs. CHAS. COHEN, Danville, Ky. well-aime- d jiu-jits- half-leadin-g, half-draggin- g d d 7 fcl 1 3c at Yard 14c Delivered J H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY when she saw five men cautiously emerge from that car and creep still closer through the underbrush, she felt sure that they were not approaching as friends. For a moment her heart leaped up into her mouth. Then she breathed again, for she saw that they were not approaching her hiding place, but apparently seeking one. of their, own. And as they half-hidde- n The Secret Attack. Enoch Golden was no longer, a con- himself. criminal, nevA certain temptuously indifferent man as he ertheless, was at that precise moment faced his attorney, John Sibley, hurvery busily engaged in preparing for riedly summoned for a conference. his assault on this Gibraltar of gold you, Sibley," said the man ot so proudly regarded as impregnable. "I tell millions, "something has to be donq. Two workmen in the uniform of Genand done soon. I'm surrounded by ene eral Electric employees, exploring a mies I can't run down, enemies I can't section of abandoned cable gallery, even understand. In the first place, were busily engaged in enlarging a there's tflis man in a mask stalking wire conduit which met this gallery at through my house and pinning threats right angles. There, by means of an to my doorpanels. Then " electric mining drill, they burrowed "Wait, ' cut in the man of law. "Did like two moles deep beneath the level anyone actually see this man of the of the street along which the traffic mask?" of a great city so ceaselessly ebbed and my butler,' came face flowed. From a manhole opening into "Yes, Wilson, to faco with him as he stepped out of this gallery was quietly passed a huge a passageway. Then, when my secre- cylinder cf iron capped. by a drum of tary, Manley, started in pursuit of the zinc having a hinged cover. The two been had intruder, instead of finding a stranger subterranean workers to handle the cylinder with the in this fool mask, he found his way warned blocked by a girl, a girl in a cloak, utmost care. And this they did, knowwho seemed to come there out of thin ing full well that its weight was due air. And that girl, sir, turned out to the fact cf its being tightly packed to be my own daughter, my own with high explosive. Legar himself, in the meantime, havdaughter in some miraculous way resing clothed a number of his henchmen cued from Legar." "Brought there by the man in the in uniforms and caps bearing the inscription "Western National Bank," dimask?" "Yes, brought there by him. So rected his attention to the much more she asserts'. Yet this stranger, who . critical task of tracing the signature, brings mo back the one thing precious Henry H. Stonington, on a typewritten in my life, on the same day assumes sheet bearing the embossed imprint to criticize my conduct and threatens of the Third National. His next move, once he had received to rob me of my money?' "But that threat, as I've already a report that his two gallery workers pointed out, is foolish. Your money had fitted their massive cylinder in the has all the protection that steel and wire conduit and pushed it gently but civilization can surround it with. It firmly into the uttermost recesses of lies in the vaults of the Third National that conduit by means of a Jointed bamboo pole, was to verify the time bank." "But I tell you I am surrounded by at which the detonating clock had enemies, by unknown enemies of great been set, advise his colleagues, and skill and daring. That has already take up his position in the window ot been proved... And., while, they can a building commanding a view of the bank Itself. great granite-bastione- d one-arme- never "make me cower, they have at least made me cautious." "I guess we'd better all go down to the Third National and make sure they're not putting their gold and notes out on the windowsllls for the first crook that comes along to carry off." said the lawyer. President Stoningtcn of the Third National received them in his private office and learned from Sibley the reason of his visit. That official, in fact, was an active sharer in the incredulity of the old lawyer. He quietly touched a bell, sent for a uniformed attendant and instructed that attendant to escort hi3 visitor to the bank vaults. "Be so good, Mr. Wells, as to shov our clients that our vaults are not made of tissue paper." This the attendant took much pride in doing. The array of defeusive measures, puzzling as it was to the younger members of the party, served to bring a sense of assurance to Encch Gclden d THREE JUMBO HOGS "Three of America's biggest hogs," says Farm and Fireside, "are Jumbo Prince, shown at the Iowa State Fair, weight 1,005 pounds, Long Chief at Indiana State Faair, 1,010 pounds, and Big Tim, Nebraska State Fair, 1,125 pounds. These hogs were of Poland-Chin- ? e the breed, and were active and not overfat. The figure given are actual scaler weights. big-typ- FOR YOUR CHILD'S COUGH. If your child has a cold, nose runs or coughs much get a small bottle of Dr. Bell's Its a syrup, just pleasant what children like and just the medicine to soothe the cough and check the cold. After taking, children stop fretting, sleep good and are soon entirely well. Insist on Dr. Bell's 25c at your Druggist. Pine-Tar-Honey. Pine-Tar-Honey Pine-Tar-Honey. Ladies' Spring Suits. Ladies' Spring Coats. Ladies' Spring Skirts. Ladies' Spring Waists. Great Line of the Latest Creations Just In. YoirMust See Them Sure. Suits $10 to $25; Coats $3.50.to$ll:Skirts $2 to $5; Waists 45c to $3. fl Comem and see them before the stock is broken. The Bargain Store SALEM & SALEM LADIES' OXFORD AND PUMPS. Little early but we want you to come in and take a look at them ! W.E. PERKINS, - Crab Orchard (Continued next Tuesday.). The Interior Journal, Stanford,, Kentucky: Friday, March 17, 1916 Lancaster TsaBEr Mrs. Walcott, who is employed by Page Seven F0R 'm Ka lM T i n ii. "ii i " 'I CASTORIA For Infants and Children. t The Kind You Have ALCOHOL 3 PER Arce(al-ePrcparaIionfori- ftp-d- JX.TTI a :5W nKi of Always Bought .4 r"i 4 Jb.P"' HS v .. r. w MC ling die S lomack; andBowls aij r&2 ILsSiTf?iS1f Promotes D!$estfon.CL'crfiiI-nessandResLCoiUainsiteitlkT Opiunt.MGrpMnc norM&eral 1 Bears tlie Signature 1 Ay Ajff , ell V kot Narcotic. jlhcSamn-MxAiffe&X- RufecfCldDcSMGnmam 42 Sog' e0 UplXTSlfa- t- Btaaismucisit 'Sugar JlnZyiTsi Hots'. ( Tor ConsRpa-- Aptrfect Remedy 'Yorius,Coiivulsioiis.rcTnsIi-nessamlLos- s lion Sour Stomach.Dlarrlioca r& f!5o2fl' JTiDwE of Sleep. TacSurite Signature of y X iF' In Use For Over Prar- i to w. " Tue Centauu ComkakT, NEW YORK. Thirty Year trT35J y sa-- Guaranteed, under Ine Foodart THC CENTAUR COMPANY, NCW YORK CITY. Exact Copy of Wrapper. 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 DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ! ORIGINATOR OF PURSLEV3 INDIAN HERBS The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. piTWnMasofccancgJ"-- " mb fj 1 0 Economy in low first cost and small cost to operate and maintain. Strength ability to stand up under the hardest sort of use. Simplicity a plain, sturdy motor in a wonderfully strong and light car, easy for any one to care for. The Ford Car your necessity. Runabout, $390; Touring Car, $440, f. o. b. Detroit. On sale and display by H. C. ANDERSON, Stanford Storage FORD AG ENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Repairing Tires Accessories Phone 203 i Plumbing and Heating BOWER Stanford, - - Ky, C. E. Office with J. L. Beazley phone42, res. phone 263 STOP AT- - THE GALT HOUSE, WHEN IN LOUISVILLE. EUROPEAN PLAN GOOD ROOMS $1.00 PER DAY. FINE DIN-INROOM WITH EXCELLENT SERVICE AND LOW PRICES. MEETS TRAINS. TURKISH AND ELECFREE AUTO-BU- S TRIC BATHS. WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS. J. GREENBERG, Manager G No. 108. tract, on good No. 115. Nice six room residence, In buying this remedy, besides securIf everything was sold in as liberal and fair a manner as the below I named drug- ing an absolute guarantee of its efficiency pike and 1 2 miles from good town; halls, porches, bath room, etc. Two gists are selling SchiffmanA's New Con- from these druggists, you also get about all lays well; can run machinery over acres of land; barn; well in back centrated Expectorant, absolutely no eight times as much medicine as you all of it and 40 acres bottom land. porch; concrete walks, etc. Price mon. cause for complaint or dissatisfaction would in buying most any of the Two story residence; barn $2,200. ready-mad- e Mr. George Brown, who lives on could possibly arise from anyone. These kinds, which aver- 60x30 and all other necessary outNo.; 116. farm; three-roo- m this remthe Buckeye pike, sustained quite a druggists.say "Buy a bottle ofWhooping age from 20 to 32 teaspoonsful, because buildings. Three years insurance on house, barn, etc; good well; Bronchitis, edy and try it 50c worth makes a whole pint (128 tea- all buildings paid up. Good orchard. splendid orchard; loss when dogs attacked a flock of Cough, Severe for Cough, Croup or any spoonsful) when mixed at home with Never failing water in all fields and and in cultivation; one half cleared balance in timsheep, killing 35 out of 38. Bronchial Affection, and we will return simply one pint of sugar and f pint splendid well right at door. All build- ber. About three miles from Stanyour money, just the same as we do with of water. This remedy positively does ings and fencing in good shape. Price ford. Price only Mrs. Robert T. Embry entertain$700. Schiffmann's famous Asthmador, if it not contain chloroform, opium, morphine $5,000. Terms right. ed the Womans Club by giving a No. 117. Fine residence; large does not give satisfaction, or if not found or any other narcotic. It is pleasant to take 12 town tea pouring on Friday afternoon, in the best remedy ever used for any of and children are fond of it. You will be in No. 110.school acres near good room barn; all necessary outbuildings; graded district. Four the club rooms. She was assisted in these complaints." Why not take ad- the sole judge, and under this positive house, crib, two sheds and barn. Well splendid orchard and five acres of vantage of this guarantee and try this guarantee absolutely no risk is run in buy- right at door. All land lays well and land. This is an elegant home rjght entertaining by Mrs. T. J. Price. in Stanford. Price and terms right. and "get Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Gormney, are medicine,buying your money back, rath- ing this remedy. Druggists everywhere all in cultivation. Price $600.00. er than another purely on the are authorized to sell it under the same No. 118. One of the best hotels No. 112. Two-stor- y frame receiving, many congratulations since exaggerated claims of its manufacturer guarantee as Schiffmann's famous Asthin central Kentucky. This is a splengood basement; residence the arrival of a handsome little son or on the strength of testimonials from mador of "Money Back" if not perfectly two small houses withthree rooms each did money maker and a fine opporof others and run the chance of getting satisfactory. R. J. Schiff mann, Proprietor, with about 3 acres of land; large two tunity for the right man. Has all in their home. Will sell The Chautauqua Circle met with something worthless and also wasting Saint Paul, Minn. Guaranteed here by story barn, frame drop siding, 50x the modern conveniences. your money? THE LINCOLN PHARMACY. 100. All necessary outbuildings. this property furnished at a price Miss Susie Brashear, at the home of Well, cistern and spring water. All that will interest you. It will pay Mrs. W. L. Lawson, the subject being buildings and fencing in first class you to look into this matter. Mr. G. M. Treadway, a popular Mrs. W. M. Fields, of Hustonville, condition. All of this property is loNo. 119. Large mill in the best "Provisional Literature." and leading business man of Paint is the guest of her son, Mr. Henry cated right in a good town and must wheat section of the state. 100 barMiss Lena Hollon began teaching a in every be sold For the whole business rels capacity and spring school at Teatersville Monday. Lick, and Miss Eliza Rucker, also of Fields, of this place. price, $5,000. You couldn't begin respect; good shipping facilities Paint Lick mtored to this place and Mr. W. O. Walker bought 13 nice Mrs. Celia Armstrong, who was to put the buildings up for this mo- right on railroad. Can be operated called here by the illness and death were united in marriage at the Bap- shoats from Mr. Jim Smith at a fan- ney. Will sell or exenange this prop- at light expense. Will sell or exchange for good farm. erty. of her sister, the late Mrs. Fletcher tist parsonage, the Rev. A. J. Clere cy price. No. 94. Vacant lot 60x400 on the No. 113. Two story, nine-rooMr. Will Watts, of Maywood, callIson, has returned to her home in officiating. frame residence, halls and porches; best residence street in Stanford, Miss Mabel Clare Arnold, who was ed on Miss Ada Floyd Sunday afterLouisville. good cellar, stable, wagon and buggy Kentucky. Price $600.00. No. 111. 10 acre farm on good Mrs. W. S. Elkin returned Satur- recently married to Mr. Chester Earl noon. shed, two large cisterns. Ten acres Smith, of Simpsonville, at her home Rev. Welburn, of Stanford, deliv- of land with this place; on good pike, road close to town and in graded day to her home in Atlanta after a resvisit of several, weeks with Lancaster in Paris, was a grand daughter of ered an excellent sermon at the close to good town; all buildings in school district. d Has nice and idence weather-boardeceiled; good repair. Price $2,000. Mrs. Belle Austin, of this place, who church here Sunday, March 5. relatives. No. 114. One first-cla40 foot good cellar, barn, etc. Place well waMr. Jim Smith started to burn his The Training Class met with Mrs. she has often visited. tered and fenced. All lays well and Herschell The March term of the Garrard tobacco bed with green walnut wood complete Spillman Lula Johnson, on Thursday evening with organ and engine in all under cultivation except about G Circuit Court is in session here with and when it got hot. the water began one of the best territories for such acres. Price $2,000. Terms right at her home on Richmond street. No. Judge Charles A. Hardin on the pouring out at each end until it put business in the state, Barbourville. good 86. 56 acres l 2 miles from Miss Arra Kennedy has returned to town. house; good Ky. This cost new. Will her home in Owensboro, after a stay bench. There was little difficulty in the fire out. Mr. Smith said had it sell for a song. $2,700 all .in good barn; large driveway and all necesis It of some length with Mrs. J. Rockwell impanneling the grand jury, and the been sugar water he could have running order and a fine chance to sary outbuildings; good orchard; Judge's charge to that august body caught enough to make 50 gallons of make money at the fairs for this two wells and pond; fencing good; Smith. year. Write us about this. Will sell buildings all new. Price $3,500. Miss Julia Reid has received the was unusually strong and impressive. molasses. No. 89. 140 acres, frame or give you a good exchange on it. Mr. Hemy Fields has purchased a dwelling and porches; two barns; one information of the death of her Particular stress was laid on the ilNo. 99. 500 acres of land, 3 2 great nephew, James Wooldridge legal sale of liquor, gambling, and nice lot of new goods. miles from Hustonville on good pike; for stock and the other a six-achouses of ill repute. The Judge also buggy house, 5 houses: 2 houses 1 2 stories? of tobacco barn; crib, Gates, which occurred at the home dwelt at some length upon the game CANNOT PRAISE THEM ENOUGH 6 rooms each and 3 houses of 4 etc. All in grass except about 25 of his parents in Denver, Col. in rooms each; 2 large barns; fencing acres; water good field; fencing and Many sick and tired women, with new Miss Annie Belle Burnside, who laws of the state and asserted that shape. Nice orgood shape; buildings in and all buildings in has been enjoying a visit to Miss the State Game Warden had told him aches and pains, sore muscles and well watered; 30 acres for tobacco; chard. Price $60.00 an acre. Terms that the far- stiff joints, do not know that their 135 acres in pasture and balance in right. Lilile Collier at Brundidge, Ala., has recently at No. 19. Hanging Fork farm of county were doing kidneys are out of order. Mrs. A. timber. Price very cheap; d been the honoree at a number of mers of Garrard 42 acres right on pike; has 1 and 2 years. more and showing more interest in G. Wells, Box 90, Route 5, Rocky down and balance in pretty social affairs. This is a rare bargain and it will house, barn, etc; place well watered A good show "The Blanchard Mu- the enforcement of the game laws j Mount, N. C, writes: "I am taking pay those who have money to invest and fenced; for a quick sale, $70 sical Comedy," was given for three than any other county in the state. Foley Kidney Pills and cannot praise to look it over. A fine chance to per acre and easy terms. This is good strong soil evenings the past week at the Lan- Few cases of more than local inter-- them enough for the wonderful ben- more than double your money in 2 but must be and worth more money sold. est have yet been called. caster opera house. efit I derived in such a short while." or 3 years. No. 107. Pool room in Danville, No. 100. 170-acfarm right in Ky.; has tables, chairs, desk, stove, Sold everywhere. Miss Gertrude Wilkinson, of Stanedge of good town; splendid lights and all paraphernalia necessaOUT OF THE RACE. ford, was the gutest of her cousin, brick residence, 3 halls and front ' ry to run a first class pool room. The Mrs. Jack Casey. When one wakes with stiff back, MARK TWAIN ON ADVERTISING. porch 10x41; new barn 34xo0; old receipts run from $125 to $150 per barn 20x30; new auto and buggy Miss Willie Christine Sanders, the pains in muscles, aches in joints, or Mark Twain said: "While I was house and all other necessary out- month. Price $400 spot cash for a quick sale. This is a good chance for attractive young daughter of Mr. and rheumatic twinges, he cannot do his editing The Virginia City Enterprise, buildings mining the new and and all new; fencing all some one to go in business and make Mrs. A. F. Sanders, entertained a best. If you feel out of the race, writing copy one day and good; never-failin- g water splendid money on a small investnumber of her friends on Fridav eve tired, languid, or have symptoms of next, a superstitious subscriber once in every field on the farm. This place ment. he had found spider ning by a masquerade party. Most kidney trouble, act promptly. Foley wrote and said Was this good a or bad has 40 acres bottom land and 110 No. 106. Stock of general merin his paper. delicious refreshments were served to Kidney Pills help the kidneys get rid luck? I replied to him in our "Ans- acres level land well drained and bal- chandise in the city of Stanford, Ky., ance upland. Every foot can be culgroceries, hardware, the guests. of poisonous waste matter that cause wers- to Correspondents' column as tivated and no better producing land consisting ofWill paints, etc. rent the fixtures findfollows: 'Old Subscriber The troubles. Sold everywhere. in Lincoln county; 85 acres in grass nominal price and ing of a spider in your copy of The and balance in cultivation. This is a at a building consisting will also rent the of storeroom Enterprise was neither good luck nor good hemp and tobacco farm and below TENNESSEE OFFICIAL and bad. The spider was merely looking will easily produce 12 barrels of corn low figure. dwelling above at a very Saufley This is an exceptionally pages to find out what merover right and easy clean stock of WINS LONG FIGHT Miss Ada Floyd is able to be out chantour not advertising, so that it to the acre. Price you homeseekers at a low figure.goods and we will sell was terms. It will pay door, to look at this plae&. spin its No. 108. 130 acre farm 2 2 again after a severe attack of pneu- couldlead a freeweb across his and undisturbed exand J. W. Seaton of Linden, Clerk of monia. No. 101. 310 acres on good pike miles from a good town. Two houses. " istence forever after.' the Circuit Court of the Twelfth Ju5 miles from Lawrenceburg, Ky.; has Dwelling of six rooms and tenant Mr. and Mrs. Walter McGuffey,. dicial District of Tennessee, was for house; tobacco barn house of four rooms. Good barn and years a sufferer from stomach troubles were in town Thursday. and silo; splendidly adapted to graz- all necessary outbuildings. 50 acres UiIi!!!!SiS!i!iS!S!iii!lSin(iiliilllliilItlim in part a result of his confining ing. Price $35 per acre and terms bottom land, 20 acres In grass and Mrs. Katherine Watts has been on work. He tried doctor after doctor. the sick list for several days. right. balance in timber. Well watered He tried medicines without end. e No. 102 farm in Mercer and all fencing and buildings in good Mr. Richard Daugherty, of Husshape. Price $3,000. Terms right. One day he took a dose of Mayr's county, Ky., on good pike; tonville, were with home folks SatNo. 81. Nice cottage, residence; 2 tenant nouses; 2 Wonderful Remedy.. He wrote: stock barns and 1 tobacco large yard and good garden- - small "Your medicine is the best in the urday and Sunday. silo. Place well water- stock of groceries, hardware, etc., Mr. C W. Lovell and daughter, barn; 100-to- n world for any form of stomach trouble. ed and all fencing and buildings in with cheap rental contract on storeI am glad to say that after taking the attended church at Neal's Creek Sungood shape; 100 acres Blue Grass room, barn and barn lots for four full treatment I feel that I am well. day. sod land; 80 acres in clover; plenty years. The store room, etc., is locat"I had very severe pains in my stomMisses Nona and Vida Weddle and of locust posts. Price $75 per acre. ed right at come" of yard. This place ach all the time. One bottle of your Mr. Elmer Weddle, of McKinney of Somerset, Will trade for a good farm close to is right on the pike and the best lomedicine did me ten times as much good town in this or other states. cation in the county for a country cousins, Misses good as all the doctors' medicine that were visiting their All tobacco and hemp land and all store. Will sell for cash or trade. I took for two years. My family phy- Ada and Ida Floyd last week. No. 50. Two-storframe lies well. This is a good stock farm. sician told me that I would never be Miss Stella Walls of Stanford, was e 2 miles dwelling; two barns; place contains 1 No. 103 farm any better today I am well. I have the guest of Mrs. Katherine Watts from Stanford on good pike; house acre of land; splendid garden, etc; gained twenty-fiv- e pounds." of 5 rooms; barn 26x40 and all ne- in Stanford graded district. $2,000 last week. "Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives percessary outbuildings; place well wa- wouldn't put. the improvements on We are glad to know that Mrs. J. manent results for stomach, liver and tered; fencing and buildings good. this place; will sell or trade. Price d down and $1,500. intestinal ailments. Eat as much and M. Ware is improving. Price $5,000, Sep-Z- Z When you use a De Laval No. 94. One of the best farms in Mr. John Dunaway, of Walnut balance in 1 and 2 years. whatever you like. No more distress you not only get more arator No. 104. Four large farms in Central Kentucky, of 261 acres; two after eating, pressure of gas in the Flat, spent last Sunday with his un- r cream, but better cream as well stomach and around the heart. Get one cle, Mr. Walter McGuffey. Garrad county, Ky., all making a to- story frame dwelling of 12 rooms; ES fHTHE best evidence of this is tal acreage of 1,340 acres. One of 2 barns, 75x75 each, and 60-f- t. feed bottle of your druggist now and try it Miss Ada Floyd and Miss Eva I that during the last twenty- : on an absolute guarantee if not satisthese farms is within a mile and a shed on side with large crib; 2 bugPrivett attended church at Neal's S JL five years butter made from half of Lancaster and the others gy houses; 3 hen nouses; smoke factory money will be returned. De Laval separated cream has in- from 5, 6 and 10 miles from Lancas- house, etc; 30 acres in cultivation For sale by Penny's Drug Store Creek Sunday. r variably scored the highest at all ter. These places have large con- and balance in grass; splendid oris The Fair View Sunday school and all other reliable druggists. important contests and state fairs. crete silos, large tobacco and stock chard of 400 troes; everlasting progressing nicely. Practically all the cream entered E: barns, nice residences, tenant houses, springs, ponds, etc., in fact water in E Mr. Albert Baugh, is working for in the International Milk and Cream etc. We will cut any of these farms every field. All buildings and fencShow held in connection with the Mr. Sam Matheny. to suit purchasers. This is your ing in first class condition. Right Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition was sep-s- s : chance to get the size farm that you on pike and one mile from depot; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Floyd are imarated by De Lavals, and every want located to suit the purchaser. finest shipping point on the road; an proving after a severe attack of grip. first prize, and most all the other Talk to us about these properties for ideal stock farm. This land will Mrs. Luster, and daughter, are visprizes, were won by De Laval sep- we know we have the right prices and grow wheat, corn, tobacco, hemp, Cent arated cream. etc., as well as any land in the State iting relatives at Somerset. can interest you. These facts are simply further No. 97. Large blacksmith shop, of Kentucky. The whole farm lays Miss Pearl Fields, of Hustonville, proof of De Laval supremacy in 50x90 feet metal roof and all in good well and is well drained. No waste were at Maywood last week. everything that goes to make a good condition. Will sell or rent this. See land. An automobile can be driven cream separator. us about the price and terms. This over all of it and there is not a foot S Don't buy any separatoi until is one of the best locations in the of cold or swamp land on it. Price CONTINENTAL you give us an opportunity to let county for this business and we will $30,000.00 and terms right. No. 61. One town lot right on you see and try a De Laval. We make you a price on this that you Fire Insurance will be glad to send one out to your We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any begin to put up the build- Main street, 80x270. Price $600; also could not tared by farm on trial any time you say. ing for. four other lots 60x138. Price $300 Catarrh Cure. Garrard, Lincoln and case of ljtjrrhJ.that ennnut &beCO.. Toledo.Halls Just phone, send I CIIUXKY 0. 21 acres of good land in each and one lot 90x370. Price $800. No. 89. a post card, or the corporate limits of a good town; All of these lots have concrete walks We, the undersigned, h.ne known F. J. Boyle zz call and we will Cheney for the lut 15 jiiir.. and believe hlui are wel1 locate J. Best building 5 acres in grass balance in cultivaperfectly honorable In al business transactions be glad to give tion. Wide frontage on good street. lot in town. and financially able to carry out any obligations you all the infor- No. 64. 172 acres of splendid made by his lirm. D. A. THOMAS, Will sell or exchange this property. NAT. BANK Or COMMERCE. mation you wish. 92. 76 acres of good land, resi- hemp and tobacco land; Toledo, Ohio. brick residence with basedence of five extra large rooms, layer Hall's Catarrh Cure U taken Internally, acting j5 Sooner or Phone 1 80 directly upon the blood and uiucum surfaces of of brick between weatherboarding ment; splendid barn with water pipthe system. Testimonial sent free. Price 75 you and plaster; halls and porches; the ed In the same; large concrete silo; by Stanford, - Kentucky ceiits per bottle. Sold IM'WallforDriisjjlsts. house practically new and all rooms all buildings in good repair. This is E constliation. Take Hall's Kanlly will buy a newly papered; two barns, house for an A 1 farm. Price $20,000; terms , DE LAVAL stripping tobacco-- crib; meat house, easy. cottage; etc. Place well watered, three ponds i No. 73. Three-roocontaining three stalls and miiiiimmimiiHiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiii and two never failing springs; about C. M'Clary 35 acres in grass and balance in cul- -. corn crib; small storeroom on pike; tivation. In splendid community and good cistern at, door and never failright at edge of good town. Price! ing well in lot; 5 acres of ground; L. Beazley & Co. $100.00 per acre one half down and ill' buildings and fencing in good HIGHEST PRICES PAID condition. Place well located and in balance in 1 and 2 years. good community. Price $1,750. fc Remittance Mailed on Day' Shipment is Received Consult Us Before Buying. List With Us If You Want to Sell No Commission Pay 75-ac- re 1-- the government to organize canning clubs throughout the state, pleased all who heard her lecture at the high school building last week. The union services were held at the Christian church Sunday evening Rev. S. H. Pollitt delivering the ser- Make the Best Reme jf y at Home "SSBafeal 128 Estate For Sale 55-ac- re Teaspoonsful for 50 cents. New Bargains Are Advertised In Each Issue. one-hal- up-to-d- m ss merry-go-roun- d, 1-- six-roo- m 1-- re 1-- rt one-thir- re 1-- 7-a- What 254-acr- ry, J. S. Mobley & Son five-roo- m 10-ac- re have to say about cream separators this week y, 130-acr- one-thir- FARM LOANS 5 Per How's This? a-- d two-stor- y, 10-roo- m later J. hafcictLH to Write for Prica Lut and Sbippinz Tags ; m new-stabl- e J. Undertaker'-- - Embalmer Office M. Sabel & Sons Iacorporated Ejtabuihed 1856 Stanford, Kentucky. Phone 167 Home Phone 35 LOUISVILLC. KY. Undertaker Embalmer Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. hughes Office & Mccarty KENTUCKY. Lancaster Street Opposite Court House. Office Phone 180. REAL ESTATE, STAN FORD, u The Interior Journal, Stanford. Kentucky: Friday, March 17, 1916 Farm and Stock News i " 10 Cent "Cascarets" i F. Lawrence, of the East End, sold a Jersey cow and calf to Wm. Flanncry for $52.50. Al Cross, .of Clinton county, sold here Monday to Rube Guinn, of Bur-gi25 calves at $25 a head. B. W. Givens, of Hubble, bought from J. T. Blankenship, of Todd, Pulaski county here Monday four sows and half a dozen shoats for $41. E. G. Gilliland, of the Waynes-bur- g section, purchased last week from Ed "VV. Dunlap a pair of aged mare mules at a private price. h In the public sale of L. P. M. n, Hans-broug- Best Laxative For Liyer and Bowels A Don't Start Constipated, Headachy, BilioufWith Breath Bad or 'Stomach Sour. No odds 'how bad your liver, stomach or bowels; how much your head aches, ho?' miserable and uncomfortable you are from a cold, constipagish bowels FEW DROPS POULTRY T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Court-Hous- e, i BOURBON CURE in the drinking-wate- r Hakes Hens Lay Amazingly Cures Roup. Colds, Cholera, Prevents SickLlmberneck ness. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. At druggists or by mail postpaid. Valuable poultry book free. BOURBON REMEDY CO. Lexington, Mogul Price Announcement The Real Kerosene Tractor 8-16 8-1- tal of $7,936, or an average of $157. W. R. Willis, Stanford butcher, Tumey, who lives near Mackville. heifer for meat day, a purposes at 5 4 cents a pound. Caywood, Smith & McUlintocK, ol Parsi, sold three head of mules to H. J. Berry, of Nicholas county, for 690-pound 51 and.E. H. Wise, at Shelby-villhead of mules sold for a to- e, 3-- be filled at the present price of $675 cash f. o. b. Chicago. We want to post 3'ou ahead of time on the coming change. Mogul as you know, is the famous tractor that has cut fuel costs squarely in half operates on cheap, common kerosene or coal oil doesn't have to be the highest grade either. It pays for itself in the saving over gasoline. That is why the rise in price necessary because cost of raw 8-1- 6 and after April 1st the ONwill be $725 cash f. o. price of the Mogul sales b. Chicago. All made and bona fide orders taken up to April ist will Masters, Stanford liveryman, bought of J. H. Dickerson, of McKin-ne- y a six year old livery mare for G. H. $540. tion, indigestion, biliousness and slugyou always get relief with' Cascarets. Don't let your stomach, liver and bowels make you miserable. Take Cascarets tonight; put an end to the headache, biliousness, dizziness, nervousness, sick, sour, gassy stomach, bad cold, offensive breath and all other distress; cleanse your inside organs of all the bile, gases and constipated matter which is. producing the misery. box means health, happiA ness and a clear head for months. All druggists sell Cascarets. Don't forget the children their little need a gentle cleansing, too. 10-cent Kj. 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. 6, $125. Campbell Bros., of Russell county, sold to S. H. Baughman, of this city, Monday, a dozen yearling steers at $32.50 a head. J. M. Freeman, of Crab Orchard, bought another saddle horse in Pu laski this week, paying $135 for a a pound. six-year-old. "I am a large breeder of fancy poultry and show birds. I have been using Bourbon Poultry Cure for the ti past, seven years and never lose a chicken with disease, and I attribute my success to the use of this wonderful remedy. Have cured several bad cases of roup and other infectious diseases with it, therefore I speak from experience when I say it cures. I heartily recommend it to my poultry raising friends in this and 22-- 1 adjoining counties, as the greatest remedy I have ever used for the cure At Cincinnati Friday top hogs were and prevention of poultry diseases." $9.90; best steers $8.15; sheep $8. Jno. O. Reid, Stanford, Ky. E. P. Woods sold a bunch of hogs for September delivery at 9 2 cents in-sid- es 1-- Town Property At Auction Saturday, March 25, 1916, In Moreland, Ky. Beginning at 10 a. m., in Moreland, I will offer at public sale my town property as follows: One newly built dwelling, large store-rooy lot, good well and necessary outbuildings. One newly built and lot 150 feet from Q. & C. Depot. One four-roodwelling with 4 acre lot; 3 big poultry houses; an excellent place d to raise poultry. Three pool tables and fixtures. Terms Cash and remainder, one and two years; good notes with legal in six-roo- m two-storm m one-thir- materials has risen so high is of minor importance. Mogul 6 is saving and making profit on thousands of farms of all sizes. It will do much more for you than your horses can. Get in Tour order now be ready for spring work. See the dealer who sells the Mogul 8-1- Hamilton Bros., of Mexico, Mo., sold the young stallion, Missouri Pea-vin- e, 8-1- 6. International Harvester Company of America (Incorporated) The Mogul 8-1- 6 kerosene tractor is sold by W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. 2788 REPORT OF THE CONDITION No. '. Y OF THE FIRST NATIONAL RESOURCES those shown on b) Loans and discounts (except Overdrafts, secui'ed, $2.12; unsecured, none U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value).... Total bonds, securities, etc Subscription to stock of Federal Re- 4,800.00 serve Dank 2,400.00 2,400.00 Less amount unpaid Value of banking house (if unencumbered Real estate owned other than banking house Net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank Net amount due from approved reserve agents New York, Chicago and St. Louis Net amount due from approved reserve agents other reserve cities Net amount due from banks and bankers (other ed in 10 or 11) Outside checks and other cash items Fractional currency, nickels and cents Notes of other national banks :. Federal Reserve notes : Coin and certificates Legal-tendnotes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due er BANK 7, 1916 At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky at close of business Mch. $221,710.51 2.12 .50,000.00 2,945.00 Furniture and fixtures in 3,794.44 in 33,478.68 419:42 20.79 than includ- 2,400.00 4,G25.00 2,173.50 ley, for $3,500. 2,723.04 A. T. Nunnelley bought here Mon6,500.00 day from "Uncle Jim" Roberts, of Pulaski, a black bull which weighed 970 pounds, for $62.50. Mr. Nunnelley will use the animal on his 37,273.12 farm in the East End. Mr. Roberts brought about 28 head of cattle to . 1,137.17 market here Monday and sold most of 440.21 280.00 200.00 9,416.50 4,587.00 2,500.00 348,913.17 and the young jack. Young Great Eastern, to August Blase, of St. Charles, Mo., for $1,000,000. Lem Motlow, of Lynchburg, Tenn., mules to sold 78 head of R. R. Moore & Son, at prices from $400 to $500 per pair, or an average of- - about $220 per head. One of the most successful Jersey cattle sales of the year was that of G. F. Malcolm, which was held at Bucyrus, Ohio, when 53 head sold for a total of $7,880. or an average of $148.68. W. R. Spahr, cashier of the Winchester Bank, disposed of his fine farm of 220 acres on the Mt. Sterling pike, near Winchester for $40,- 000 to Beall Brothers. This is nearly $190 an acre. Granville Lutes, of Turnersville, bought here Monday from T. W. d Jones, a pair of six and horse mules for his brother, Charles Lutes, of Goldsboro, N. C Mr. Jones received $300 for the team. In Adair county E. W. Bennett sold to Phelps & Bennett 5 shoats, 8 months old, that weighed 950 pounds. They brought 7 2 cents per pound. Bert Epperson sold his farm of 154 acres, near Montpelier, to J. V. Dudseven-year-ol1-- John S. Murphy bought of Eads Bros., on Rolling Fork, a pair of mare mules for $340. Bright's Inn Farm delivered their hay to J. H. Baughman & Co., this week at $14 a ton. W. D. Nave, of the Hustonville Roller Mills, sold to T. W. Jones a hogs at 9c. bunch of B. W. Leigh, of the West End, sold to S. H. Baughman a pair of two year old horse mules for $225. C. F. Thompson, on the Crab Or chard pike, is delivering his corn crop to J. H. Baughman & Co., at $4 a barrel. W. D. Mountjoy, of Lawrenceburg and R. E. Moreland, of Lexington, have refused an offer of $5,000 for saddle stallion, their fine Gay Rex, by Hex reavine, nrst dam by Highland Denmark. He is said to stallion in be the best Kentucky. 360-pound Sold in Stanford by The Lincoln Pharmacy terest. W. J. BURGIN, - - Moreland, Ky. Tenn., was the week-en- d caller to McKinney last week. We are always glad to see the Judge and know that he is out strictly for business. Mr. John Hubble, who is visiting his father, Mr. Mack Hubble, will was the attractive guest of the Misses leave in a few days for Alaska, where Beck last week. he will take a position as telegraph Josh Moser, who has been in Kenoperator. Miss Elizabeth Hunn, of Stanford, Wednesday to his home in Indiana. tucky for several months, returned Advance Spring Sale of Jewelry AT H. Lair, of Hustonville. were taken to J. H. Floyd's farm the other day to trail some scamp who 'had taken a small amount of corn from his crib. The canines trailed to a nearby cabin occupied by a colored family, but no arrests were made. LAIR'S DOGS TRAILED. The bloodhounds belonging to W. WIN KjldJ Danville, Ky. up-to-da- te Oj w Treasurer from U. S. Total . LIABILITIES $ Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits Reserved for taxes 50,000.00 28,500.00 3,727.32 49,500.00 154.00 178,408.36 6,650.00 13,850.00 18,123.49 : -- Circulating notes outstanding. Due to banks and bankers (others than included in 28 or 29 Individual deposits subject to check Certificates of deposit Cue in less than 30 days Total demand deposits, Items 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38 and 39, $185,058.36 Certificates of deposit Other time deposits Total of time deposits, Items 40, 41, and 42, $31,973.49 Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid 4,808.56 436.30 5,244.86 1,517.54 348,913.17 Total State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: I, H. C. Baughman, Cashier of the above-name- d bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. shortly. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before P Correct Attest: Almont Dare me this 15th day of March, 191G J. S. HOCKER, W M. BRIGHT, S. T. HARRIS, A. S. H. R. 3228 Notary Public J. C. EUBANKS, by Dignity Dare 1992, he by Sired Directors Commission expires Jan. 20, 1920 Chester Dare 10, he by Black Squirrel 58, he by King William 97; 1st dam Toxaway 4658, also registered in Vol. 10, A. S. H. R.; she by Abdallah Mambrino 3715, he by Almont 33; 2nd dam Lady Davis, by Crit Davis, by Bourbon Chief; 3rd dam, Mattie S., by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, by Imported Glenco; 4th dam Bettie C, by Cunningham's Copperbottom. NOTE Almont Dare's colts from grade mares bring as high as $300 at weanlings to $500 and $1,000 at three to four years; $600 was offered for his dam at 2 years old and $400 for his 2nd dam when horses were cheap. One full brother sold $3,600, sold Will be in stock in a few days. Leave your for $1,500, and another reported Dare for and one sister, Toxy offered $1,500 for. His 3rd dam orders early. Examine your machines could rack as fast as a good horse could run under whip and spur. He now and get your repairs. is a pretty bay 16 hand and weighs around 1,200 pounds. Goes 6 distinct, gaits all good and fast. Pretty I :: good breeding, don't you think so? Season 1916 at my stable, 2 2 miles from Hustonville, on Liberty Pike at $10 to insure a live colt. Money due when colt is foaled, mare parted with or bred elsewhere. Grass at $2 per month and all stock will THE BEST PLOW FOR THE FARMER, have my personal attention, but will not be responsible for accidents. Correspondence and inspection invited. Will also stand my big mule and jennet jack on same terms. S. T. POWELL, Hustonville, Ky. McKINNEY. Prof. Walter Moser closed his private school at this place Friday, after having had a very successful term. He will leave in a few weeks for Richmond, where he will take a Normal course. Rev. Welburn, of Stanford preached Sunday afternoon at the Baptist crowd. As we church to them before leaving. have no Methodist church at this J. C. McDonald, the well known place, we are always glad to have a trader, of West Fork, Tenn., brought good Methodist speaker come into 20 head of cattle to the court day our midst. Dr. Frank Grider has been very market here Monday. To W. H. Carill at his home on Middleburg street. son, of Burgin. he sold 14 heifers at He is reported some better. $31 a head and 6 calves to Clay BotJudge W.H. Potter, of Huntsville, tom, of Junction City at $24 a head. Green Gooch. the well known Waynesburg trader, was on the market here Monday with a bunch of mixed stuff, most of which he sold Manufacturer of out well. He sold five head to J. D. Whitehouse of Danville for $168; to F. B. Turney, of Kirksville, he sold five small calves for $50. To J. C. LANCASTER, KY. Fox he sold two yearlings at $29. Ed Nolan, of Eubank, was in town Monday, court day, and purchased a fine young jack, with which he will See him at once. He can supply make the season at his home in the you with the best made. southern section this season. This jack is by Baughman's great jack and should get some fine mules. Mr. WllliMiilMHllliilJiSUliMHlIiHHiiHHI Noan has also bought a handsome Hereford bull which he will also stand. He will begin advertising all of his breeding stock in the I. J. very Our New Spring Goods are Opened and Priced Far Below City Prices. An immense line of RINGS. Wins-lokeeps nothing but solid gold, and all rings are warranted, no plated, gold-fille- d or gold shell rings to be city store. found in this JESSE DUNN HEMP BRAKES Mantel Clocks, Alarm Clocks, Kitchen Clocks, Wall Clocks, In fact anything in the clock line 25 per cent, below any one else. JEWELRY. BRACELETS RINGS CUFF LINKS STUDS VEST CHAINS COAT CHAINS WALDEMAR CHAINS LOCKETS CHARMS EMBLEM PINS EMBLEM BUTTONS BABY PINS BAR PINS BROOCHES LAVALIERS WATCHES. HAMILTON 21 JEWEL R. R. ELGIN 7, 15, 17, 21 JEWEL WALTHAM 7, 15, 17, 21 JEWEL HAMPDEN 7, 15, 17 JEWEL NOVELTIES. What Ira T. Moser of Milledgeville Deering Binders. Deering Mowers. Deering Hay Rakes. Deering Repairs. has to say about cream separators this week. I PENDANTS KNIVES EAR RINGS iY the easiest and most satisfac tory to use and keep in good running order. There is nothing about the operation, cleaning, adjustment or care of a modern DeLaval which requires expert knowledge or special tools. There are no parts which require frequent adjustment in order to maintain good running or to conform to varying conditions in the every day use of a cream separator. auwi ' 1 OU will find the De Laval is MESH BAGS VANITY BOXES COIN PURSES LEATHER BAGS DORIN BOXES BEADS ILLINOIS 17, 21 JEWEL CARD CASES SHUTTLES BEND 15, 17 JEWEL SOUTH PICTURE FRAMES HOWARD 17 JEWEL PARTY BOXES BELT BUCKLES NEW YORK STANDARD COMPLETE BELTS SWISS, ALL KINDS. CIGAR CASES CIGARETTE CASES BRACELET WATCHES COMBS INGERSOLLS, ALL KINDS. FOUNTAIN PENS SILVER TOILET SETS "NOTICE! IVORY TOILET SETS IVORY On all above watches our prices are IVORY PICTURE FRAMES BRUSHES right and on high grades less than IVORY MANICURE ARTICLES IVORY HAIR RECEIVERS other dealers can buy them. W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. mr"-"- 1 Only tool required 1-- 5 ss 55 E5 55 55 E5 The Chattanooga Chilled Plow Use it on Trial; if not Satisfactory, Come Back and Get Your Money. x 55 rs THE OLD . There is nothing about this ma- chine that cannot be taken apart, removed or replaced by any one who can use a wrench or screw driver. In fact, the only tool which is needed fortheoperatianofaDeLavalCream Separator is the combination wrench and screw driver illustrated above, furnished free with the machine. We will be glad to frave you ex- amineaDeLaval and see foryour- self the simpli-5- 5 city and conven-z- z ience of. its con- struction. Our Optical Department only requires reminder. No optician South of the Kentucky river better, and few as good. Miss Winslow is a graduate of the Philadelphia Horological College and a doctor of opand secretary tics of the Illinois colleges; also second and treasurer of the Kentucky State Optical Society. You make no mistake by having the best. Thousands of satisfied patients testify to her ability. You owe it to your eyes to give them the best money can vice-president OPTICIANS. a buy. At The Big Clock, OPPOSITE THE COURT-HOUS-E, Sooner or GEORGE H. FARRIS. REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. E will buy a DELAVAL nimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiniiinmiiiim later you Danville, - -- Kentucky. ... ,. V---