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Tuesdays and Fridays fl I of agriculture. Rarely has it been DISTRICT C. E. SOCIETIES SALES AT DANVILLE MONDAY THE "BATTLE CRY OF PEACE" absorbed and assimilated as a part CHURCH IN of education and recognized as a dis- Will Hold Convention in Stanford Few Mules On Market Taylor & Great Spectacle To Be Shown at Optinctly creative type of work or as a HOT WATER Three Days This Week. Co.'s Auction Sales. milk or other animal branch in which either initiative or era House Twice Wednesday. products we play the double parts resourcefulness was demanded. The The Christian Endeavor Societies , Very few mules were on Prof. Bryant and Miss Sweeney, of above mentioned and reap both pro- place it occupies in the average The remainder of the Fourth Epi- Conference of Brethren Hears Differthe fits. Again we enrich our lands, keep course of study is either a part of of Stanford will be hostesses of the ket at Danville court Monday. mar- sode of the Iron Claw will be pubThe Farm DemonUniversity, Talk on ences Between Pastor and Offbetter labor and employ ourselves the work in a state of experiment societies of the district here Friday, Taylor Livery Company sold a num- lished in Friday's I. J., being crowdmore advantageously. or it has entered because of econo- Saturday and Sunday of this week, ber of horses and several mules at ed out today by press of advertising Home Economics. strators and icers at Danville. mic pressure from without. Howev- and a large attendance of members their auction sale in the afternoon. and space for "The Battle Cry of Breeding. To get a clearer vision of our du- er, until education takes it for bet- is expected and an attractive pro- Capt. T. D. English, as auctioneer, Peace," which will be shown at the arranged for The pastor and a deacon from each The two lectures which were given ties and opportunities, let us carry ter or for worse, makes it a correla- gram has been THe sessions their en- kept things moving and closed the opera house here Wednesday matiwill be sale at 3:30. Among part of every school tertainment. court house a little further the illustration of the ted, Friday afternoon at the the sales were: nee and night, v Next to "The Birth of about a dozen Baptist churches in alternately the Christian and by Miss Mary E. Sweeney, head of factory. Within the factory, the suc- curriculum, offers it the same respect held Presbyterian,in churches, Pair mules, sold by Joe of a Nation," the "Battle Cry of this section, were invited to meet at and on Department of cessful operator installs the best ma- it gives the distinctly cultural sub- the Peace" has perhaps attracted more Danville Monday, in an endeavor to the Home Economics jects, Home Economics can never Saturday evening1 social will be giv- Irvine to Jas. Yowell, of Hustonville, attention than any other picture now bring about a restoration of amicable State University, and Prof. T. R. chinery that he can possibly acquire come into its own for $260. or develop in the en at the Christian church for the being shown in America, and that it relations and Bryant of the College of Agriculture because he knows that inefficient between Black mule, sold by Fox will be seen by a tremendous audi- certain of the members of the Danvisitors. The full program will be the same institution were both machinery will sooner or later bring broad, strong way that it should. of & Farris, to Robinson Huguely, for So long as cooking is an end in given in Friday's paper. Among the ence here Wednesday night is fully ville Baptist church, and the pastor very instructive and interesting, and him to ruin. It is equally important prominent are and other members. Rev. M. D. Earheard by a good sized audience. to the farmer to piace within his itself, it can never be more than man- pected to C. E. Workers whobe ex- $120. were Miss be present will "The Battle Cry of Peace," is a ly, pastor of the Stanford church, Dr. W. B. O'Bannon presided over farm factory the most efficient ma- ual labor made more efficient, but Adelia Holiday, of Berea, president Tarkington to mule, sold by Hugh J. H. Bean for $155. thrilling production showing what went over, upon receiving the invitathe meeting and introduced Miss chine possible, in the form of the when it is the means of awakening of the district, who will preside, and mule, sold by W. T. might happen to the United States if tion, and the church designated T. Sweeney in that clever and pleasing animal. That means the class of an- the student's resources; making her C. F. Evans, of Lebanon, a state C. a foreign foe landed on her shores, W. Jones to go as its representative manner which he possesses. He made imal that will top the market when think in 'terms of labor, time, money E. Worker. Local Christian Endea-vore- Robinson to J. H. Bean for $139. and urging preparedness against deacon when the invitation was she is a specialist in ready for sale. It would be gross and material; of developing her iniBay horse, it clear that sold by Jno. such a contingency. The will do everything in their inefficiency to feed our corn into tiative, encouraging self reliance and idea that placed before it. Home Economics Work which fact hogs power to make the stay of the visit- Buster to W. F. DeLong, for $99. The trouble in the Danville con"power spells peace" is driven home that will bring seven cents when in assuming personal responsibility; ors one doubted at the conclusion of no Sorrel horse, here a pleasant and profitable sold by with a will. are ad- gregation is the result of the her address. At the close of his lec- the "top notchers" keep selling for of being a potent factor in giving de- one. L. H. Chilton to J. L. Hutchins, for vocates are ridiculed and fallacy of folly to revival services which were a cow that cision of character and causing her ladies eight. ture, the chairman invited all Swee- gives It is pounds J. F. Kincaid, of Cincinnati, spent $87.50. 5,000 of milk in a year to socialize labor then it has a life's their position shown up. The film held in Danville a few months ago. in Miss who Avere interested week with his ; Black Jack, sold by Humphrey without doubt is one of the most dra- According to what the local men who days here ney's line of work to adjourn with when she could be replaced by one value and by its own intrinsic worth several P. Kincaid last family. acr Hudson to James Knox, for $225. justifies its place in the educational son, W. room; here, that would give 10,000 pounds. matic ever shown in any city. It were present say, reports of what her to the county court The Lombardy Heights Poultry The improvement jn the grade or system. shows the destruction of New York were said at that time and since have a good audience, she continued with Farm shipped a handsome White Leg BATTLE WITH been spread broadcast by gossip, unSo long as sewing is merely an into discuss the home problems and to quality of animals can be most adVILLA BANDITS City by a foreign fleet, whose vantageously secured under' average struction in the taking of stitches horn cockerel to O.aude ttibb at Longuns topple building after building, til a rupture has been caused in the how they should be met. tell don late last week. Mr. J. O. Reid, Mr. W. P. Givens, President of the conditions by the use of the pure and the making of garments; so long proprietor, says that since publica- May Be On Now in Mexico Carran- without being in range of our shore church between the pastor and a batteries, while thousands of persons majority of the congregation, and Alfalfa Growers' Associaton of Ken- bred sire upo.i our native females, as the pupil studies it only that it tion of his large advertisement in the za Forces Meet Him are seen running about in their mad other influential members and officers tucky, introduced Prof. Bryant and selecting the best progeny for fur- may reduce the economic pressure I. J., a few issues 'ago he has simply effort to escape the bombardment of the church, which has caused the in doing so he emphasized the great ther breeding and b" the occasional upon the home and as a means of been bombarded with orders for That Villa may be forced to fight which continues from air and sea. A latter to refuse to attend or to perwork that is being done by the Farm purchase of a pure bred female. To gratifying the vanity in dress among birds both by mail and wire. the American troops with 24 hours portion of the United States fleet is form services as officers of the Demonstrators in creating an interest say that the sire is half the herd does our young women it. does not deserve was indicated by reports from Gen. seen in combat with the church. It was found that most of place in our .schools. However, among farmers which causes them not adequately express his value gossip was One of the to Gen. Funston V10 wnr. fleet of the News of the Churches Pershing fugitive had been that the finest pictures invaders. the sinking theThe outside untrue. were meet in Farmers' Institutes and when the sire is pure bred. In such wllpn if tpnpViPC tTio fitnpsc to Mexican shown is brethren asked defeated discuss the various problems with case he has a long ancestry devoted ment for the purpose for which it is Miss Leachman, who is a settlewhich they are confronted from day to a particular purpose. When suchjto be used. when through it a broad ment work and city missionary of near Cruces by Mexican troops and of two of these battle ships, which to pass upon three points at the will have to move northward along a have been driven close to shore by conference Monday. These were in knowledge of textiles, their manufac to day. Louisville, will giye address in circuit court room was filled no particular purpose, it is reason- ture and production is given; when it the Baptist church, an Wednesday, road over which American troops are the foreign fleet, then comes the substance: The First Whether any cause for ofto its capacity, and many of the far- able to expect greater potency on stimulates new interest and is the March 22nd, at 2:00 p. m. All la- riding southward. Retreat is im- landing of the foreign troops and practicable. In conflict with Gen. what they do to the inhabitants. Men fense to the members had been present expressed a desire to se- the part of the sire than on the part means of acquainting the student mers dies and girls with trade conditions and economic ity are invitedoftoStanford and vicin- Pershing's report was an unofficial are torn from their homes and shot given, by the church. cure a County Agent who could as- of the dam. attend. Second Whether the pastor had one that Villa still engaged the Car- - by a. machine gun a short distance Feeding. solution of farm problems history, of establishing her responsisist in the At the Presbyterian church Mid- ranza men at Cruces. Skepticism of away. The invaders are shown at- offended these members in anyway, The manufacturer of the cotton bility to society and to the trade and in increasing the yield of the week Services Wednesday Third If so, should amends be was aroused by tacking the women and children, and farm products in this county. Prof. goods would not think of supplying worker, of putting a moral value up- at V o'clock The Character evening Mexican of Mo Bryant said: "If the Stanford only cloth enough to a machine to on the manner of dress, then sewing ses. The Woman's ociety will meet the reported withdrawal to Juarez of then if you have a drop of red blood made, and if not, what should be many Carranza troops from the pur- in your veins you are ready to fight. done with the officers. Graded School would have the Dem- weave fifty yards of cloth in a day, can no longer be omitted from the on Friday To the first two questions, the onstrator teach Agriculture in the if that machine had a capacity of school curriculum. Until those teach- McKinney. at 2:30 mth Mrs. Bettie suit. Three columns of the American expedition were moving in the brethren gave decidedly negduring three of the winter eighty yards. That would be running ers who have specialized in Home school Woman's Club News ative answers after hearing full stateThe District C. Convention months and give him a salary of 300 with his efficiency ruinously reduced. Economics, until superintendents and meet in Stanford jFriday, of will far field, while additional cavalry with this On Wednesday afternoon, March ments from both sides, and in regard and if the county would raise $400, Likewise we should feed an animal principals idealize and culturize cook-fn- g week and remain in session through scouts and supplies crossed the borthe Extension Department will give all the feed that it has the capacity and sewing, instead of making Sunday. There will be a Missionary der at Columbus, N. M. Six aero- 22nd, the Woman's Club will hold its to the third, they urged that the planes began scouting at the front, regular meeting. The past be laid aside, and that all of for utilizing forvthe animal is only a them but the means by which con $800." the membership forget the bickerings machine for converting the raw pro- structive ability of the student is de- Pageant on Sunday night at the Pres- south of Cases Grandes. The first program will be as follows: Krof. Bryant said in part: and gossip, which has been indulged column of pursuit was moving southMusic. present ducts of our farm into a manufac- veloped, they tall short of the oppor- byterian C.church. An investigation of the Rev. H. presiding elder of Opera in in and go to work with renewed zeal The the status of farming in Kentucky quick- tured article. We sometimes see far- tunities and possibilities which lie in of this district,Greer?just returned to east, toward El Valle and facto third AmericaDevelopment Walker. has in the Master's Cause, but suggested toward Carmen. The de Mrs. D. M. govwho seem to be trying to see this branch of work. ly convinces one that mismanage- mers his home in Danville from a tour of ernment of Mexico has Songs of America Mrs. W. H. that if the officers of the church to somewhere. If a how little they can give theiv stock. ment hac occurred It is hardly conceivable that the Pulaski county. Hejpreached in five could not work in harmony with the young man Merits a fortune and They forget that a larg.j proportion head of a great manual training high churches in Pulaskt holding quar- the United States the drafting of a Wearen. Bands and Band Masters Mrs. T. pastor and other members, they years we find that of the ration i" consumed tu maintain school when the students are making terly meetings, andfgfound the de- protocol under which American and after a term of ought to resign. Mexican troops in J. Hill. his principal has materially decreas- the animal and that in cutting down picture frames, gavels and biscuit nomination in good shape. Rev. Greer pursuit of Villa mayhis The trouble in the Danville conThe Effect of the War on Musical and bandits withhe has made error the ration they preclude the possibil- boards, would consider them the end is nrovinc one of tntemost'nomilar ed, we say that gregation is said to have caused the out danger of misunderstanding and America Miss Ellen Ballou. to the feed- in and of 'themselves of their trainsnmftwhere. We exriected him at ity of a gain, or a profit and efficienpresidinSjtoefcs ever on conflicts. Such a pact, it 'is stated pastor, Rev. F. W. Eberhardt to tenMusical Outlook for the Future. least to maintain the principal andl er. The ration may be thus reduced ing. 'These are rather the, means by th m,locl clT6uih -. der his resignation upon two separate rwould be designed to set forth the Mrs. Ml D. Early". amount given or by which the student acquires judgwe reasonably hoped that he would either in total The Men's Day held at the Chris rights of the American forces in occasions, anl each time he was allowing a deficiency in some compo- ment, skill and initiative and the add to his estate. tian church forced to withdraw it by the big manent of the ration, such as protein. training in these concrete things is reported to at Lancaster Sunday is Mexico and the nature of the CUPID'S DOINGS. A parallel case is to be seen even have been a big success. jority of the membership which is Virgil Oaks and Miss Florence in our Bluegrass land. It seems To reduce the protein means to re- that through them he may be made a Leaders of men's Bible classes from ation expected of Carranza. standing behind him in the matter. duce the ration, for the body econ- constructive agent and developed for popular young people of the hard to say that farming has been omy requires definite proportions. leadership. It is true that the bis- Winchester, Danville, Richmond and toTo be sure the farmer Highland section, were married LOCAL FIRM MAKES SALES. a failure. Stanford were in attendance and NICE GIFT FOR LANCASTER. day. has fed the country but at the same We consequently are forced to study cuit board, the rolling pin and the contributed interesting addresses, the The local real estate firm of young man referred to the balancing rations. picture frame are necessary and Luke Dunn, aged 19, and Miss time the J. E. Thompson, Mt. Vernon, Success in farming is so dependent useful things, but are they the end principal subject being "What Men Hughes & McCarty, which is advertis- Cynthia Richards, 16, were married who travels for W. of Sparks' above may have supported his fami- upon famJ. of the Bible Classes Are to the ing big for its patrons and pushing a knowledge of such points as and purpose of manual training? No ly but in the end we must criticise at Middleburg this morning, Mr. ous the balancing of rations, proper fer- more is the garment in the textile Churches With Which They Are Con- sales, sold early this week for W. P. Dunn having obtained the necessary ford limestone quarry, was in Stanboth him and the farmer because Saturday, selling ground lime nected and to the Communities In they have each allowed their princi- tilization and rotation of crops, care laboratory or the pie in the cooking Which They Live." Messrs. Prewitt Martin, his farm near Turnersvile to papers here. The groom is a son of to a number of local people who will T. J. Chandler, of Jonesville, Va. L. C. Dunn, a prosperous farmer of use of fruit trees, etc., that it seems laboratory the end and purpose of pal to depreciate. it on lawns, etc., to make a fine and Pendleton, banker and lawyer, They also sold the y building Several reasons may be assigned hardly possible to reach the highest courses in Home Economics respectively of Winchester and work- on the Crab Orchard pike occupying the Southwestern end of the county, crop of grass this spring and sumsuccess without the services of a while his bride is the pretty and pop- mer. Mr. Thompson spent several for the depletion of so many of our Is a woman's schooling less ade- ers in the Men's Bible class in that the site of the toll-gat- e agent. Lincoln house farms and farmers, but probably the county agricultural no quate for the demands of present day city; Edgar Turley, of Richmond and J. L. Johi,on, old Harlan county. to ular daughter of P. H. Richards, of days in Lancaster last week taking time in applyof most important two reasons have county should lose the same vicinity. orders. He says that Mr. Sparks has life because as she gains a broad cul- Prof. McDougal, of the E. K. State knowledge of the cor- ing for such an agent. been a lack of agreed to donate enough lime to covtraining she has been given the Normal, of Richmond, were among tural Miss Sweeney's subject was the technical knowledge regarding the the prominent visitors who made adCincinnati Livestock Market SUDDEN DEATH IN GARRARD. rect principles of farm management er the new Lancaster city park, and and a full realization of the value of "Education Value of Home Econo- laws of her health, the principles of dresses. J. C. Criscillus, a prominent far- thus insure a splendid grass plat. Cincinnati, MarcTi 21. Cattle, rea live stock system of farming. It is mics." She spoke as follows: feeding her body, and safeguarding ceipts 1982; shipments 22; market mer and stock trader of Garrard, was This gift from Mr. Sparks will unTwo of the most vital institutions her surroundings and securing proper hard to differentiate between these steady; shippers $7 8.75; butcher found dead in his home between Lan- doubtedly be highly appreciated by two but inasmuch as the proper in the development of society are the housing? Is caster and Hiattsville Sunday morn- the good people of Lancaster and any less valuable to extra $7.858.50; handling of live stock is a matter of school and the home. In the school experiment in itcombining foods than The Great Kidney Medi- steers, $7 7.75; common to good to ing. He was in fine health and spir- Garrard county. choice fair farm management, we will discuss the child has trained his social, indus- in combining chemicals? Is the law heifers, extra $7.85(5)8.50, its when in Lancaster Saturday affor a few minutes some matters per- trial and civic ideals and in the hands of atmospheric pressure, Avagadro's cine Fulfills Its Mission. good to choice $7.25 7.75; common ternoon. Heart disease brought FOUND DEAD IN BED. of the teacher lies the molding power hypothesis or the physical law govtaining to live stock. about his death. He is survived by to fair $5.507; cows, extra $6.50 An adequate supply of manure is of the future citizens of any com- erning electric currents more importMrs. Lucy Anne Adams, aged 71 family. I was afflicted with Bladder trou- 6.85;; good to choice $5.75 6.25; a the most efficient and generally ap- monwealth. As public servants in our ant than knowledge regarding the ble. years, was found dead in bed at her I suffered such great pain that common to fair $4 5.50; canners known, for the main- public school system the teachers are milk supplv, the city water supply, plicable method home at Rowland, last Wednesday, PLAY AT MORELAND. $44.50; bulls steady, bologna $6 tenance of soil fertility. Animals fast realizing that their real mission the disposal of the household waste, the doctor had to take my urine. Af- 7; fat bulls $6.75 when her daughter went to call her 7.25; milch cows The Moreland Library Club will about 8:30 o'clock. o. is to train their pupils for good cit- heating of the house and its proper ter the doctor had treated me two steady; leave behind, about three-fourtHeart disease calves steady; extra $10.75 give a four-aplay, "The Country the fertilizing constituents contained izenship by building their characters ventilation? weeks, I did not get any better. Re11; fair to good $7.75(5)10.75; Doctor," at Hunn & Coffey's Hall, is believed to have been the trouble. Seeing that and giving them ideals, which means in the crops they eat. The burial was conducted by J. C. The question is often asked "Why selling live stock or their products, the training of hand and eye for use- i not learn these things at home?" For membering that a few doses of Dr. common and large $5 10.50;. Hogs Saturday night, April 1st. This play McClary, at Ephesus church, south receipts 3,670 shipments 617; mar- will be by home talent and the proSwamp-Rocompletely re- reduces the drain upon the fertility ful action of Crab Orchard Saturday. Mrs. Adsame reason that state does Kilmer's steady; selected heavy my Mother-in-LaAt the birth of our republic in the the consider adeciuate the the soil it is clear that to mainall ket good to choice packers, $9.85(5)9.-9- 0 ceeds will go to buy books for the ams was a good woman and beloved after of not trainimr forllieved and butch- library. Admission 25c, and 10c for by tain the nroductive power of our earliest years of our educational his the practice of medicine that the can-- 1 the doctors who were called on her all who knew her. soils, we are almost driven to stock tory the home was both school and didate has simply studied in some Case had failed to do her any good, ers $985(5)9.90; mixed packers $9.60 children, under 12 years of age. (5)9.85; stags $5.507; common to farming. Observance and experi- industrial center where the child was other physician's office but requires Q. & C. BRIDGE GIVES WAY. I asked my husband to get me a bot- choice heavy fat sows $7(5)9.25; light taught all which at that time was in- before he takes the life of his ence bear out this statement. shippers $9(5)9.25; pigs $6(5)8. Sheep in Christian county voted $400,000 One span of the Tennesse river congestion cluded in culure and was also given Swamp-Roo- t, which he did, and All farmers know the road bonds at an election Saturinto his hands that he have tle of receipts 94, that occurs in farm work during the the training necessary for the world's finished the prescribed course of stu- I took it and threw the doctors' prep $7.75(5)8; good market strong; extra day, by the overwhelming majority bridge on the Queen & Crescent to choice $(5.757.65 of 4,607 to 1,480. route, north of Chattanooga, was spring-an- d summer months. Men and trades because the world's manufac- dy in some reputable school and that away because immediately common to fair $4(5)6.50. Lambs wrecked last week when a freight animals are required to labor thru turing was done in the home. Grad- he be able to pass an examination arations Market car jumped the track and seventeen long hours, almost to the limit of en- ually due to many factors the indus- given by the state authorities Like- after I started taking Dr. Kilmer's good to strong; extra $11.25(5)11.50; cars fell into the river. All the trainI was greatly relieved. mon to choice $10.50(5)11.25; com- No Indigestion, Gas durance. During the winter months tries shifted from the home to the wise with the lawyer, he must give Swamp-Rofair $810. men escaped injury. Traffic is bemuch time is spent loafing or merely factory and the educational function evidence by an examination of hav- My husband was so pleased he said ing detoured via Knoxville. It will be or Stomach Misery, in pottering about. We should cul- to the school. dozen bottles of ing finished a prescribed course of I should some time before the bridge can be A Splendid Program. Steadily, imperceptibly these three reading and sudy which shall fit him Swamp-Roo- t, take one tivate fewer acres, relatively, leavbut by the time I had In Five Minutes rebuilt. ing to pasture certain areas, former- worlds, the business, the school and for the practice of law before the One of the best programs ever taken seven bottles I was completely rendered by any class give pasture the home which had previously been ly cultivated. This will he is granted the privcourts, of the school to cattle, swine or sheep during one in the home, became widely sep- ilege ofbefore appearing before the judi- restored to health. That was six was given by the Sophomore and Se- 'Pape's Diapepsin" for Sour, Acid KEEP YOUR BOWELS REGULAR. spring or summer, and thus lessen arated. The school has become large- ciary. The responsibilities of the years ago and I have riot taken any nior Literary Society, Thursday, As everyone knows, the bowels are Stomach, Heartburn, the volume of necessary labor, while ly a center for culture a place for homemaker are so many sided, in the medicine since. My weight is 195 March 16, at 1:40 p. m. The room the sewerage system of the body, and Dyspepsia. in winter we will find profitable em- the study of world history, world lan- care of the health of the family, its was it is of the greatest importance that several and guage and world life. The factory proper maintenance, the manage pounds, have three children, do my hope glad to seereturn thevisitorstime. ployment, caring for our stock. they will next they move once each day. If your The matter of labor is a serious has come to be entirely detached from Time it! In five minutes all stom- bowels become constipated, take of the family Income, the rear own work n a house of twelve rooms, The program was as follows: a problem in many sections. We will education and exists for commerce mentof the children, the sanitation and keep boarders. Very truly yours, Piano Solo Nancy K. McKinney. ach distress will go. No indigestion, dose perhaps never have a complete solu- and revenue only. The home slowly ing the dwelling, the preparation of of Chamberlain's Tablets just or belching of heartburn, sourness M?.S. ANNIE BAUGHMAN, Recitation Mary Gaines. of tion of the labor problem but there evolved from an economic educational food and the numerous other duties Value of an Agriculture Education gas, acid, or eructations of undigest- after supper and they will correct the 657 Newell St. Barbertown, Ohio is perhaps no greater means of relief and moral center into a sort of shrine which fall to her lot, that to do anyed food, no dizziness, bloating, foul disorder. Obtainable everywhere. Leon Davis. ' Personally appeared befpre me in sight than the adoption of a live an institution apart from society, one or all efficiently and well she breath or headache. Song Class '18 girls. stock system. By devoting a larger from trade, and from the schools. must be trained. this 19th day of December, 1914, Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its Value of Home Economics Course LAYING RAILS proportion of our land, in summer, Each world by this isolation has sufspeed in regulating upset stomachs. In the last analysis the function of Mrs. Annie Baughman, who subLucille Duderar. to grazing, we could get along with fered .an irreparable loss. One by Home Economics in education is to L. & N. has placed along the surest, quickest and most The Quartette 'Misses Hill and Em-br- y, It is the scribed the above statement and , xv.,, less manual labor during the season, one the functions formerly perform j nt certain indigestion remedy in the railroad between Stanford and RowMessrs. Embry and Gover. same is true in to ed by the home for the child have f,nrrnw in fact it could be almost reduced v:s:nn of fv,fi RnP;ai , ;v: w made oath that the steel rails to take the . . ..w Debate "Resolved, that military whole world, and besides it is harm- land ...w.w.. the force necessary to care for stock been taken over by the school, for and moral responsibility of the home substance and in fact. place of the ones now in training should be adopted in col- less. necessary duties the world has come to realize that to and discharge other Millions of men and women now service. Each year the company lays W. A. Morton, Notary Public. leges and universities." Affirmative the community; to take the conin winter. Again, we can reasonably the school is the best medium by crete things of the working man and R. T. Cooper, J. R. McKinney; Nega- eat their favorite foods without fear a few miles of new rails on each diexpect to get a more reliable class of which society can give to the individ- woman's life, and energize and vithey know Pape's Diapepsin will vision, but heretofore only the tive: J. P. Tribble, J. S. Hocker. I Letter to labor if we are in a position to offer ual those opportunities of body and talize them so that living becomes a have been used. The heavy save them from any stomach misery. Solo Shirley Gover. employment the year round at a fixed mind which will render him a heal- fine art. Dr. Kilmer Sc Co., Please, for your sake, get a large engines make the heavier rails necesEssay "Is Preparedness Advisawage. The laborer is forced to de- thy, intelligent, useful Citizen. The fifty-cecase of Pape's Diapepsin sary. Binghamptoa, N. Y. ble?" Annie R. Powell. mand high wages in the summer be- state realizes that its prosperity, in- THE COURT OF LAST RESORT. from any drug store and put your Piano Solo Annie V. Craig. cause he will be dispensed with when telligence and commeice depend not Reading "Story of Battle Cry of stomach right. Don't keep on being A SPECIFIC AGAINST COLDS. Around the stove of the cross roads Prove What Swamp-Rowinter comes and the summer labor only upon the training of its citizens miserable life is too short you are Peace" Besse Brackett. The nearest thing to a specific Will Do For You presents long hard hours. Let us but upon their health their happi- grocery is real court of last resort, Composition "News of the week" not here long, so make your stay against colds is a sleeping porch or V hat for it finally over-rulall others. blame ourselves rather than the la- ness and their ucefulnes3. you like and to Dr. Kilmer & Send ten cents agreeable. Eat what Thelma Francis. borer for the present situation con- does health require? Proper food, Chamberlain's Couerh Remedv has Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a samViolin solo Clarence Singleton. digest it; enjoy it, without dread of open bed room and a cold sponge cerning help. bath every morning when you first rebellion in the stomach. Ibeen brought before this court in al- - ple size bottle. It will convince anyBy a live stock system we are ensane Pape's Diapepsin belongs in your get up. Even then you will occamost every cross roads grocery in one. You will also receive a book- Proper Treatment for Biliousness. abled to play the parts of both the recreation. Home Economics emhome anyway. Should one of the producer of raw materials and that braces all the) concise, systematic, this country, and has always 'receiv-e- d let of valuable information,' telling For a long time Miss Lula Skelton, family eat something which don't sionally take a- cold, especially when a favorable verdict. It is in the about the kidneys and bladder. When Churchville, N. Y., was bilious and agree with them, or in case of an at- colds are epidemic, and when you do of a manufacturer and to reap the scientific knowledge related to these profits of both. The producer of cot- practical phases of life. country where man expects to re- writing, be sure fnd mention the had sick headache, and dizzy spells. tack of indigestion, dyspepsia, gas- - you will find Chamberlain's Cough Looking backward at the develop- ceive full value for his money ton, works long and hard through that Stanford Interior Journal. Regular Chamberlain's Tablets were the only tritis or stomach derangement at day Remedy a great help in enabling you the summer and in winter is virtually ment of Home Economics we see it this remedy is most appreciated. Ob- time or during the night, it is handy fifty-cesize bottles thing that gave her permanent relief. to give the quickest, surest relief to get rid of it. Try it. Obtainable idle while the manufacturer is busy an ally of manual training, an intru and everywhere. spinning and weaving the raw cot- - der in pure science and an appendix tainable everywhere. 23-- 1 Obtainable everywhere. known. for sale at all drug stores. Four-year-old Four-year-old rs Peace-at-any-price fton into cloth and is making a profit GOOD AUDIENCE by so doing. If we can grow the crops in summer and in the winter HEARS LECTURES get busy spinning them into beef, pork, mutton, Ham-Rams- ey 15-in- ch over-whelmi- ng n-- out-of-to- wn semi-month- ly d co-oper- ",r 7t""r co-OD- Eu-ban- ks, two-stor- $5.-506.7- 5; hs ct ot w, fel-lowm- en ot 100-POUN- D ,,., 100-pou- nd -- 90-pou- nd ers nt ot es fr""?!"3' lttJ5u!Sf I - nt one-doll- ar K- - Jf? The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, March 2 Condensed Report of The Condition of 1 , 1916. Corns Come Off Like Banana Peel Kever Wonderful, Simple "Gets-It- " Fails to Remove Any Corn Easily. "Wouldn't it jar you? Here I've been goingr along for years, with one desperate corn after another, trying to get rid of them with salves that Mothers who love your sons and daugh- ters See Lincoln County NationsBank, On March 7, 1916. Interest-bearin- g Walkover Shoes When you say WALKOVER every reading man and woman the world over knows you are talking about Men's and Women's Fine Shoes. We doubt if there is a manufactured article in the world today more generally known than The Battle Cry of Peace at Stanford Wednesday spent several days here this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Pepples. The Kentucky political column of the Cincinnati Enquirer said Sunday: Senator Charles Montgomery is expected to enter the race for the congressional nomination in the Eighth District, for which Representative George L. Pickett, Shelbyville, will declare his candidacy next week. Congressman Harvey Helm of course, will run and it will be a three-cornered RESOURCES: obligations due bank Banking House and Equipment Available Cash Assets LIABILITIES: Capital, Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits $480,090 35 10,750 00 73,547 65 $564,388 00 98 00 02 00 Hesitate! Use Sure "Gets-It- " for Those Corns and Save Your life and Tour Toes! eat off the toea, tapes that stick to the stocking, bandages and plasters tryof the that make a package razors toes, scising and sors. Then I tried Gets-I- t just once and you ought to have seen that corn comeoff just like a banana peel." It's simple, wonderful. It's the new way, painless, applied in two seconds, never hurts healthy flesh or irritates. Nothing to press on the corn.. Never fails. Quit the old way3 for once anyway and try "Gets-It- " tonight. For corns, calluses, warts and bunions. "Gets-It- " is sold 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, blood-bringing $179,878 98,600 285,909 $564,388 "Corner Next To Court House." fight. WalkoverShoes. " Stanford, Kentucky For Detailed Report See Elsewhere This Paper. FAIR MEETING SATURDAY. The Knights of Pythias are asked to meet in the lodge room next Saturday afternoon at 2:30 to discuss the fair proposition. A full attendance of the lodge members is desired. By order of S. T. Harris, president. 23-- 2 The Interior Journal S. M. Saufley. by the Lincoln Pharmacy. Publisher $1 a Year When Paid in Advance; $1.50 When Paid at End of Year. Entered at the pottoffiee t Stanford a lecond clut matt matte American Citizens! "A man's right to vote carries with it the obligation to bear arms for his coun- Heard About Town H. C. Anderson went to Louisville to get some more Ford cars. try." See The Battle Cry of Peace at Stanford Wednesday Samuel Harris, of Louisville, spent Sunday with his brother, J. Randolph Harris here. Mr. Leff Lawrence, of Lebanon, was the recent guest of his aunt, Mrs. N. J. Lawrence. Duke Gordon, of the Richmond Climax, spent Sunday with his friend, E. C. Walton. Mr. Jesse P. Lawrence will leave Friday for Louisville to enter Business College. Word comes from Detroit that the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mar shall Stonp has diphtheria. If you fear War and want to know how to escape its horrible consequences See The Battle Cry of Peace Bry-ant-Stratt- on at Stanford Wednesday B tzinX Your Our stock of drugs is It is Health of depends on the purity of drugs used and the care employed in compounding the prescriptions given you by your doo tor. Sometimes it is even a matter George D. Burdett, of Danville, spent Sunday with his parents here. Coe Moser is spending several days with Corbin friends. His many friends were delighted to see Jack Lawrence, of Mt. Vernon, here Monday. He was the guest of Fred Garnett. County Clerk George B. Cooper is confined to his home with stomach trouble, his host of friends will regret to know. Mr. Cooper is the hardest working official in this or any other county. Jailer George F. DeBorde spent Monday with his brother, Leon DeBorde, at Crab Orchard. He found him in bad shape from a severe at tack of rheumatism. He says he never saw a person suffer more. Carl Carter left last week for Greensboro, N. C, where he has prospects to secure a nice position with the J. I. Case Threshing Machine Mr. Carter was in the Company. employ of this big concern a few years ago, and "made good" at that time, which his many friends are sure he will do now. Funeral servcies over the body of Stephen Burch Buchanan, who died in Colorado Springs last week, were held in Louisville late in the week at the residence of his sister, Mrs. John Haldeman. The Rev. Dr. John Van-dMeulen conducted the services, after which the body was taken to Cave Hill cemetery for burial. His many friends here were interested in the news of the wedding of Edgar T. Doty, of Richmond and Miss Nettie Hurst, solemnized there last week, by Rev. E. B. Barnes, of the Christian church. Mr. Doty visits the Stanford fair each year with a fine string of stock, and he will be congratulated heartily by his many friends in this county. The following relatives and friends were at the home of Mrs. G. W. Cabell Sunday when she was operated on for tumor: Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Masterson, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Hammon-tre- e and Mrs. Ida Stamper, all of Lebanon Junction. The operation was performed by Drs. Brown and Southard, assisted by Drs. J. F. Peyton and W. B. O'Bannon, of this city, and W. J. Childress, of Huston-vill- e. A tumor weighing nearly fifty pounds was removed and the patient er Every officer and every man in the army and navy urges every American citizen to The Battle Cry of Peace at Stanford Wednesday See You ask why. The answer is: wmwawsiwuwmtiL They make more fine shoes for men than any factory in the world. They are sold all over every civilized country and in almost every town of any size. We do not claim they are the only shoes made, but we do say that for $3.50, $4, $4.50 and $5 dress shoes and oxfords for men and women they are simply in a class alone. More lasts, more ygt fT 'S, KWL snap and style. More WALk colors and stay on your fcK&uafAMLKQTiiGi .a. - ii m ( OVER ,. icei muic uayj. A It's WALKOVER for STYLE and SERVICE at $.50 to $5.00. McRoberts & Bailey. &s r.:is 4 an !' Nearly $3,000 in premiums will be OUR thoroughbred Angus Bull, offered for Jersey cattle at the state Wilson's Pride, will be permitted to fair this year. serve a limited number of cows at $3. J. M. Cress & Son, Stanford, R. 23-- 2 D. No. 4. CENT 3WT7! -A- -WORD ADS 23-l- Miss Prill Newbern having decided to remain in Hustonville, Miss Mary D. Kennedy, will be ably assisted by Miss Annie Ellis at their sewing rooms- - at the home of Mrs. Annie 23-- 2 Newland, 357 West Main. experienced auctioneer. chard, Ky., Route 2. JJt W II "R .LV. KJAAlllAl Cmlfh nlm 11G11 ,K (111 UCCUJllg n Crab Orp i tn RELIANCE A 7-jewel, FOR RENT. Four-roo- m cottage' I Thin Model Watch on East Main street. Apply to Ewalt 22-- tf Givens, Stanford. and now Ingersoll is turning out a very, very thin model watch for $3. have them here for you look at; and they're interto esting enough to look at, even if you haven't the least idea you need h tHH a watch. The price is FOR SALE. Full blooded brown leghorn eggs for setnng; 50c for set-- j ting of 15 eggs; one milk can. Call phone 187, .address box 513.. 20-- tf !, Deering Binders. Deering Mowers. Deering Hay Rakes. Deering Repairs. Will be in stock in a few days. Leave your orders early. Examine your machines now and get your repairs. I We NOTICE Creditors of Carroll L. Dudderar will file their claims properly proven with the undersigned at once and those indebted to him will pler.se settle. J. F. Dudderar, Ad21-- 3 ministrator. W. H. HIGGINS, :: Stanford, Ky. PENN'YS DRUG STORE Stanford, Ky. Ml is doing nicely.' 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. Ernest C. Pepples, of the staff of the Reform School at Greendale, No. 2917 I REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE At Hustonville, in the State of Kentucky at close of business Mar. 7, 1916 RESOURCES Loans and discounts (except those shown on b) Overdrafts, secured $100.92; unsecured, $17.41 U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve Bank 4,500.00 Less amount unpaid 2,250.00 2,250.00 Value of banking house (if unencumbered) : Furniture and fixtures Net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank . Net amount due from approved reserve agents ' 299.74 in New York, Chicago and St. Louis ' Net amount due from approved reserve agents in other reserve cities .....13,714.43 Net amount due from banks and bankers (other than included in 10 or 11) Outside checks and other cash items. 15.00 Fractional currency, nickels and cents 206.63 Notes of other national banks Coin and certificates . Legal-tendnotes ,.... Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. er EASTER NEXT MONTH PREPARE YOURSELF i 5 X M a matter of conscience with us. s 3 2 V The Lincoln Pharmac y, Stanford, Ky. J. W. ACEY, Proprietor. Dr. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacist $134,987.18 118.33 50,000.00 2,250.00 2,000.00 800.00 3,200.00 FOR THE ATTACK. We have now on Display n LADIES' OXFORDS AND PUMPS. Little early but we want you to come in and take a look at them 14,014.17 767.12 221.63 1,275.00 8,883.00 2,245.00 2,500.00 $223,261.43 All the New Colors and Styles a Griffon" Clothes, For Men and Young Men. None better. Prices are right. These are by far the nicest selection of Clothing ever brought to I mji SjlWVV in the celebrated W.E.PERKINS, '""MMBSB - Crab Orchard Treasurer . - ...... Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surpus fund Undivided profits ;....;, T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Court-House, Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid Due to bank's and bankers (other than included in 28 or 29) Individual deposits subject to check Total demand deposits, Items 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38 and 39, $94,884.72 Circulating notes outstanding 4,931.03 561.89 '. :. ... $ 50,000.00 24,000.00 4,369.14 50,000.00 7.57 94,884.72 ,. Stanford. ROBINSON'S. CBIFFONjaCLOTIIES GUAawtccD Have Barbed Wire, Wire Fence, Poultry Net ting and Smooth Wire and Nails. Don't fail to call when you need any of these or Phone No. 168. , Total $223,261.43 I, J. H. Hocker, Cashier of the above-name- d bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. H. HOCKER, Cashier State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: Subscribed and sworn to before X Correct Attest: me this 15th day of March, 1916 EDW.- ALCORN, I J. W. HOSKINS, JAMES H. YOWELL, Notary Public J. D.'DEPP. My commission expires Feb. 16, '20 ' j Directors - hi SJSSSi 9 - 'y r " i TMa." fr ,733V 4w The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, March THIS 58-Year-Old 21 , 1916. Mother! Your Child Is Cross, Feverish, From Constipation Bank If Tongue Is Coated, Breath Bad, Stomach Sour, Clean Liver and Bowels. Give "California Syrup of Figs" at once a teaspoonful today may save a sick child tomorrow. If your little one is out of sorts, half sick, isn't resting, eating and acting naturally look, Mother! see if tongue is coated. This is a sure sign that its little stomach, liver and bowels are clogged with waste. When cross, irritable, feverish, stomach SPRING FASHION WEEK MARCH 20TH to 25TH Week of special displays in every department showing new Spring Fashions in every article of dress A- 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 LOAN YOU MONEY As your needs require. 3 Per Cent. Paid on Time Certificates and Savings Accounts. . First National Bank. the D. A. R. March 23 The Sewing Club will meet at 2:30 p. m. with Mrs. Logan Social Calendar. T. McCall at the home of Mr. and .March 24. At opera house at 3 Mrs. W. H. Brady. The date is o'clock in the afternoon for the chil- changed on account of the engagedren, a beautiful German fairy play ment of the "Battle Cry of Peace." picture, given under the auspices of sour, breath bad or has stomach-ach- e diarrhoea, sore throat, full of cold, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," and in a few hours all the constipated poison, undigested food and sour bile gently moves out of its little bowels without griping, and you have a well, playful child again. Mothers can rest easy after giving this harmless "fruit laxative," because it never fails to cleanse the little one's liver and bowels and sweeten the stomach and they dearly love its pleasant taste. Full directions for babies, children of all ages and printed on each botfor grown-up- s tle. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," then see that it is made by the "Cal23-- 1 ifornia Fig "Syrup Company." 50-cent Personal and Social 4 'Peace-at-any-Pric- e' for America means the price Europe is now paying.' See I ' Parents Should Know this Splendid Remedy SIMPLE LAXATIVE COMPOUND HELPS TO CORRECT CONSTIPATION IN CHILDREN. With all children there are times when the bowels fail to act naturally and it becomes necessary for the parents to administer a remedy. Cathartics and purgatives should never be used as these agents afford only temporary relief while their violent action shocks the system unduly. Mrs. Eva F. Gaff, 517 10th street, Washington, D. C, says that her little girl, Marie, had been subject to constipation, and that she found Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin the best remedy because of its mildness, and now always keeps a Dottle of it in the house. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a compound of simple laxative herbs, free from opiates or narcotic drugs of any kind, and is an ideal remedy for children because of its mild action and positive effect. Its use tends to strengthen the impaired bowel action and restore normal regularity. It is important that parents should know of a dependable remedy with The Battle Cry of Peace at Stanford Wednesday taidl S080 JjA jj wlr rA 5070 5350 TJo AN INTERESTING EXHIBIT OF ALL THAT IS NEWEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE IN Miss Lena Oatts, of Louisville, arrived Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. 'i Miller Hill. Mrs. D. A. Barnette, of Ashland, is spending the week with Mrs. W. F. Dishon in the country. J. P. Turner went to Cincinnati Monday to attend an optical college. He will be absent a month or more. R. B. Wilkinson, of Lancaster, was the guest Sunday of his brother, Ed Wilkinson. Miss Mary Bruce has been confined to her rooms for a few days with a severe cold. E. R. Hatchings, who has been at Martinsville for some time, joined his wife and son here Wednesday. R. G. Hampton, of Junction City, spent7 Saturday with the home folks Mr. and Mrs. Oppie Brown of Lancaster, were in town last week visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Kirby Bourne, of New Castle, returned Sunoay from Danville, where she has been the guest of Mrs. J. H. Baughman for several days. Mrs. A. W. Dillion and handsome little son, of Crab Orchard, were the guests cf her sister, Mrs. Ed Wilkin- Suits, Coats, Silk Dresses, Skirts, Waists AUTHENTIC STYLES IN SUITS AND COATS -- here. L. -- ttRKBgaBUtii fi5Wagps - BMHL .hJMStSr. MARIE GAFF no unpleasant after effects, griping or strain. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin costs only fifty cents a bottle and can be procured at any drug store. To obtain a trial bottle free of charge write to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 Washington Street, Monticello, 111. son. Miss Jennie Lawrence and visitor, Miss Maud Arnold, were the recent guests of Miss Ida Mae Bourne, of FULL SHOWING OF THE CELEBRATED WOOLTEX SUITS and i'COATS, EMBRACING ALL THE LATEST VARI- THE VERY LATEST & ATIONS IN THE PREVAILING STYLES. I MID-SEASO- N 4 IDEAS FROM PARIS BROUGHT STRAIGHT TO DANVILLE .... Wooltex Wool and Silk Tailored Suits from Wooltex Coats in Wool and Silk from FROM NEW YORK An unusually varied and complete line of tailored suits at $1 5 to $45, showing all the new colors and fabrics and just such styles as are being sold at fashion headquarters today. Our stock of taffeta silk suits and combinations, ranging from $1 9.75 to $50.00 SILK DRESSES Lancaster. Miss Katherine F. Anderson left Monday for McMinnville, Tenn., where she will take a several months' course in the Southern School of Photography. Mrs. Julia Hughes left Sunday afternoon fo'r Evansvllle, Ind., to spend some time with her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Carter. Mrs. G. B. Cooper and son, Tilden Cooper, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. McKee Riffe to Hustonville Saturday afternoon and remained over Sunday. Mrs. Cleveland Rose, of Lancaster was over Sunday the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. C. Eubanks. She was jeeompanied by Miss Lottie Carson. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hays, Miss Belle Denny and Mr. R. G. Denny attended the burial of Mrs. E. H. Walker, Mrs. Hays' sister, at Old Paint Lick this morning. Miss Jennie Wrenn, one of the most popular and accommodating of the hello girls, of the Stanford telephone exchange, is vry III at her home on East Main street. Ap Nevius, who operates a very successful photograph gallery at Winchester, spent Sunday here with his mother, Mrs. Mattie Nevius and other relatives and friends. Miss Mae Phelps, who has been the guest of her relative, Mrs. R. C. Hocker, returned to her home at Richmond Monday. A number of entertainments were given in her honor while here and she made friends of all who had the pleasure of meeting her. ......$ $25 to $45 1 5 to $25 SKIRTS Scores of very newest and "smart" styles of separate skirts, in new plaids, silken-fiel- d stripes, taffeta silks, and all the popular wool materials. Priced at from $5.00 to $15.00. SILK WAISTS We have outdone all our previous efforts in this line and are showing several hundred very attractive street, afternoon and reception dresses at every price from $1 0.00 to $75.00. This line alone will be worth a trip to see, as we believe it is the most comprehensive line in Central Kentucky. Nearly three hundred new crepe de chene and Georgette crepe waists from $2.00 to $1 0.00. Colors are white, peach, primrose, old rose, yellow, bisque, nile, flesh; also nets and laces. In all, it is the most attractive line of waists we have ever gathered together and prices are as cheap as last year and qualities the same. tSlfS ? jitoroftj Irani Ixrtfyws It is the duty of America. o( Americans, of citizens and patriots, to realize the state of their defcnselessness. We are Sole Agents for; Wirthmor Dollar Waists, Gossard Corsets, Warner Rust Proof Corsets, Munsing Union Suits, McCallum Silk Hosiery, Paul Jones Middie, Cadet Hose, Kayser Gloves Creations in Tailored Suits, ideal in Refinement and Fitness, required by the well groomed man. We are showing advanced models in Suits, exclusive in design, which are at once judged by a connoisseur as distinguished in style. AGAINST WAR. It b written and produced by J. is Battle of Peace isaCALLTO ARMS Cry The a dramatic appeal for Each of these lines stands at the very top and is the "standard" of value, and general excellence Stuart Blackton and pre- Parks & Heridren Co., INCOEPOEATED paredness. It features the distinguished actor Mr. Charles Richman and an eminent Vitagraph cast.. It is a super picture and will be 1 shown . Here Wednesday A. B. Robertson & Bro. THE STORE THAT SELLS WOOLTEX ' Leaders In Style, DANVILLE, DANVILLE. KY. KENTUCKY rr:. ,t- - ,., . ..j..J.jf'j.... -- ?rv- ?" V VB. ... jv T-- J n The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, March 21, 1916; Admission 25 and 50c THERE'S A REASON STANFORD OPERA HOUSE Admission 25 and 50c THERE'S A REASON Wednesday, Mar. 22, Matinee and Night ii THE BATTLE CRY OF PEACE In Nine Massive Parts A .in -- -- i. .. ..... -- -- An Inspired Revelation written by J. STUART BLACKTON. Shows America's defenseless. You see the most beautiful sky line in the world in flames. The Metropolis of the Western Hemisphere Devastated; the Fall of New York; Enemy Approaching; the Defeat of the Meager American Forces, the Landing of the Invaders, Our Forts Destroyed, Our Fleet Beaten in Battle. "THE BATTLE CRY OF PEACE" is a call to Arms against War. If you have a drop of red blood in your veins, you will experience in witnessing this production a thrill such as you have never known before. It features the distinguished actor, MR. CHARLES RICHMAN, "THE BATTLE CRY OF PEACE" is next largest to "The Birth Of A Nation." Suitable Descriptive Music by a Special Orchestra. Admission: Children 25 cents; Adults 50 cents. Admission 25 and 50c THERE'S A REASON Time of Shows: 2:30 to 5:00. Night: 8:00 to 10:30. MATINEE 25 CENTS TO ALL. Admission 25 and 50c THERE'S A REASON Reserved Seats Are Now On Sale At The Lincoln Pharmacy. M. THE BEST PLOW FOR THE FARMER, The Chattanooga Chilled Plow Use it on GEORGE H. FARRIS. Men V tec- tSee and wives to .The Battle Cry of Peace at Stanford driving horse from George Reed, at Danville, Monday. T W. Jones shipped 24 canners and 34 hogs, averaging ZOO pounds, to Cincinnati Saturday. W. A. Hatcher sold to E. Cox, of Garrard last week, a horse mule for $140. At the mule sale of Thos. Dunlap Trial; if not Satisfactory, Come Back and in Scott county, 57 head of mules brought an average Get Your Money. of $206.75 per'head. W. T. Tucker shipped a load of timothy hay 'to a Mr. Davis at Laf Tenn., last week, for which he received $15 a ton. E. T. Goodpaster, east of Stanford has just delivered to J. A. Carter, 112 nice locust posts and has a number of others for sale. Col. R. H. Crowe, near Sh( Jby ijity sold three short yearling Aberdeen Angus heifers to W. C. Smith at Harry Baughman is delivering his Horse Cave, Hart county for $405. pro- - corn this week to J. H. Baughman 'John S. Sharp, who recently moved to the West End of Lincoln from 6 Co., at $14 pe rton. W. M. McCormack and son, deliv- Boyle county, bought 13 head of 600 ered this week, their hemp, to Spears pound steers from R. Gerdner, of the Alum Springs section of Boyle, at and Son, at $12. a head. E. T. Pence sold to J. Middleton $32 M. Anderson sold to T. W. W. six hogs, averaging 108 pounds at Jones this week, 13 hogs, averaging 7 2 cents. Wednesday- - J. H. Baughman & Co., sold to U. 125 pounds, at 7 2 cents, to George Petrey, of Ottenheim, 2 cows for S. Traylor a mare mule $200; 'to Lowell Manning, of Cedar Monday for $150. Creek, a sow and pigs for $30. seven-year-old "three-year-old ol-let- te, J. Farris, Jr., purchased a If you are against Preparedness-- if you Coast Def encelessness ? ee The Battle Cry of Peace See The Battle Cry of Peace favor Disarmament, the truth about our Army, Navy and Do you want to learn 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 lot, good well and necessary outbuildings. One y store-rooand lot 150 feet from Q. & C. Depot. One four-roonewly built dwelling with 4 acre lot; 3 big poultry houses; an excellent place to raise poultry. Three pool tables and fixtures. Terms one-thiCash and remainder, one and two years; good notes with legal insix-roo- m two-storm m rd at Stanford Wednesday at Stanford Wednesday sold to Myers & Eads, of Hustonville, 25 hogs that will average about 125 terest. Farm and Stock News ith motners 1-- 1-- J V. T. Robinson, of Danville, sold to Joe Irvine early this week, a pair of mare mules for $440. J. W. Peek, of Turnersville, sold a horse mule to Frank Martin, of Turnersville for $100. Mr. Martin bought from 0. L. Martin a coming horse mule at the same figure. Sam Holtzclaw has about finished delivering his crop of hemp which totalled about 150,000 pounds, to W. S. Kiser, agent for E. S. Speras & Co., of Paris. Mr. Holtzclaw sold his hemp in January for about 9 4 cents a pound. "Hop" Steele, who is said to be the "tradingest white man" in the southern section of the county, was in Stanford Saturday, and "swapped" a horse mule to Senator sorR. L. Hubble, for a rel horse. Mr. Steele also sold Mr. Hubble another horse five-year-old Frank Martin, near Turnersville, W. J. BURGIN, - - Moreland, Ky. seven-year-o- ld three-year-o- ld 3-- pounds, at eight cents a pound. The porkers were engaged to go April 1st. JESSE DUNN J. A. Spoonamore, of the Hubble section, sold 63 ewes to Bell Manufacturer of of the Marcellus section, at $7.50 a head. The sale held last week, near by R. J. Curd, executor of G. S. Curd, deceased, was a splendid LANCASTER, KY. one. Auctioneer Bolivar Bond reports the following prices: One mule cow $225; mule, $150; a and calf, $12.50; two grade heifers, $50 and $62.50; 125 See him at once. He can supply bbls. of corn, $3.90; side meat, 14c; you with the best made. hams, 18c; lard, about 10c. Mc-Kechn- ie, Judge W. M. Myers, of Hustonville, engaged 25 fleeces from Sam M. Helm, of Turnersville, at a figure around 35 cents. Wil-mor- e, HEMP BRAKES rem Ji'iuauu 600-pou- nd DYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. five-year-o- ld five-year-o- ld five-year-o- ld JUDGE HARDIN'S ENDORSEMENT. One year ago when entering upon his campaign for circuit judgeship, Judge Hardin purchased a Maxwell "25" with which to cover the district. He put the car to the test. He found it one of his most faithful friends. He measured distance not in miles, but in minutes. He had opportunity to know the car's dependability, endurance and economy. Unsolicited, he has placed his order for a s1916 model. This based not only on such intimate knowledge of this car, but of other makes as well, demonstrates more convincingly than any claim vwe might make, the desirability of Maxwell ownership. It's time you had yours, or at least placed your order. Touring, $685 Delivered Completely Equipped Roadster, $665 Delivered Completely Equipped Four Other Body Styles re-ord- er mule for $150. W. D. Mitchell, a, large ranch owner of Marfa, Texas, bought in Shelby county last week, nine registered Hereford cows and calves from Gilt-nBros., two cows and calves from W. H. Curtice, one cow and calf and a registered bull, Shelburn Real, from Luce & Moxley. He paid $1,200 for the bull and an average of $500 for the cows. er List of Properties in Lincoln County and Stanford For Sale. FOR SALE 300 acres; residence; 150 acres in grass, balance in cultivation; 3 large stock barns; 1 large tobacco barn; on good turnpike. This is A-- l farm. Price and terms right. FOR SALE Modern cottage; new; 5 rooms, with bath complete; at a bargain if sold at once; rents for $14 per month; 3 squares from court house. FOR SALE 100 acres, house; good barn, 225 fruit trees; 70 acres cultivation, balance in timber; 3 2 miles from Stanford. Price $25 per acre. FOR SALE 35 acres; good limestone land; house; new barn; 4 2 miles north of Stanford; 28 acres in grass, balance cultivation. Price $3,400. ry 1-1-- PUBLIC SALE I will offer for sale on SATURDAY, MARCH 25th, 1916 all of the personal property of Garner Price, deceased, consisting of: One pair of gray mare mules, 5 and 6 years old; pair bay horse mules, 3 nine-year-old H. C. CARPENTER, At Lincoln County National Bank sl916 MAXWELL HOLDS WORLD'S t Stanford, Kentucky ENDURANCE RECORD. t bay mare; years old; one bay horse, 10 years old; one filly, two years old; two steers, 3 years old; two cows with young calves; two cows with no calves; two wagons; one break cart; one carriage one buggy; all kinds of- farming implements, household and. kitchen furniture, and other things too tedious to mention. Also one acre of land in Crab Orchard, with two houses, barn, shop house and good well. Sale to be held at home place one mile from Crab Orchard on Lancaster pike. Terms made known on day of sale. MARY R. PRICE, Executrix. 23 W. D. Peters, Auctioneer. - Easy terms. FOR SALE 190 acres; two FOR SALE. 38 acres, miles from Hustonville; 130 acres cottage; good barn; 5 miles from in grasf balance in cultivation; court house; bargain if sold at residence; barn 50x70; large once. concrete silo; lencing all new; FOR SALE. 54 acres; new good community; in the richest house; new barn, 32 acres part of county. Price $75 per in grass andcultivation; 5 acres acre terms easy. peach and apple orchard; balance FOR SALE 70 acres; in timber; 2 miles from Crab Or- house good barn; good orchard; chard. Price $28 per acre. 30 acres cultivation, balance in FOR SALE 125 acres; 3 timber. Price $1,200. small houses; 2 barns; 50 acres FOR SALE 47 2 acres; grass and cultivation, balance in house; new barn; 27 acres timber; good orchard; 8 mile grass and cultivation, balance in school. Price $15 per acre. timber; 4 mile of school. Bargain at $1,200 cash down. FOR SALE. 50 acres; FOR SALE Beautiful house; good barn; all in grass; resi1 2 miles from Stanford; on dence; on Lancaster street; 5 turnpike. This is A-- l farm. acres land. Price right. Easy terms. Price and terms right. 1-4-ro1-1-1-- A. B. FLORENCE, OfBce26,UncolnNat.BaBkBldg.Stanford, Ky. iv,