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March 24, 1916 T St N Stanford, Lincoln County, Tuesdays and Fridays 8TH DISTRICT POLITICIANS Gossiping About Congressional Race Considerably This Week Montgomery and Palmer Here. S came to visit her mother, Mrs. M. E. Fish, and attend the Concert. Dr. J. G. Carpenter, of Stanford, attended the concert Saturday evening at the Springs. Mrs. Gover, of Stanford attended Landmark, at Crab Orchard Destroy- the Concert. Miss Elizabeth Gentry of Broded Old Folks' Concert a Dehead, visited Mrs. Daisy Hunt Friday and Saturday. lightful Affair. Rev. Wyatt preached two such splendid sermons Sunday at the Crab Orchard, March 24. Christian church. All denominations Early Wednesday morning the go to hear him, and enjoy his dishouse on Lancaster street occupied courses more and more. by Mr. and Mrs. Elam, was discov-e- d to be on fire, and as a terrific LATEST NEWS FROM MEXICO. wind was blowing, it was soon beyond control. Excitement ran high when A message received from Gen. it was said Mrs. Elam was in bed, Bertani last night at El Paso stated and burning to death and many he- that Villa had been surrounded by roic efforts were put forth to save Carranza and American troops at El her. Mrs. Mary Morgan rushed in- Oso after a battle at Namiquipa. to the burning building to save her, Gen. Bell yesterday wired Gen. and had the whole front part of her Funston that after investigation he hair burned off. Little Frank Ad- had "confirmed" the report that Gen. ams was also a hero, who rushed in Herrera had revolted against Carranand by main force dragged Mr. Elam za. He added that it was his inforout. Mrs. Elam was not in the house mation that the Mexican leader outas was supposed, but safe on the "Ev- would operate independently against side. The building known as the American, punitive expedition. erybody's House," was entirely de- The Carranza officials at Juarez and stroyed and about one hundred bales along the border at other points, of hay which were stored in the up- however, insisted that they had posiper part. The building was owned tive information that the commander . by the Buchanan heirs, and was once at Chihuahua had not deserted the the home of Mrs. Rena Stuart. The first chief. Telegrams, said to be owners had several hundred dollars from Herrera were shown to subinsurance with a Stanford agent. By stantiate their statements. of great and heroic efforts of citizensbeThe first detailed story of the rehouse the town, the College and just oppo- markable advance, in which the flylonging to Mr. Chadwick, ing squadron covered 110 miles in site, were saved. Prof. Hatfield and twenty-tw- o hours actual marching his teachers in the Graded School time, was received from army headassembled all the children in the low- quarters near Colonia Dublin. er recitation room, on the East side Washington last night ordered inof building, ready at a moment's no- vestigation of the conflicting rumors tice to escape in safety. The smoke as to the interior situation on the and heat in front of the college was part of the consular representatives suffocating, and windows hot, anda at Chihuahua and Durango. strong wind blowing the flame to it, Lieut. Edgar S. Gorrell, of the seemed a miracle it, should escape. United States Aero Corps, missing Mr. and Mrs. Elam, old and sick and since Sunday, was found by an army perfectly helpless, are turned out motor truck train in a sandy plateau without saving one thing, not even unhurt, but without gasoline or food. clothing and were sent to the home Lieut. T. S. Bowen, of the army of Maurice Perkins until some place aviation corps which is with Percan be secured for them. This is such shing's expeditionary force in Mexa fine chance for those financially ico, fell with his machine 50 feet and blessed to show their gratitude to sustained a broken nose and other God, by donating something to help minor injuries. Bowen is from these poor, old, worthy people to feel Simpson county, Ky., and a graduthey are not entirely forsaken, and ate of State University and West cast away. Point. Keep your property of all kinds DR. PERRY BUYS FARM. always protected by Jesse D. Wear-ethe Insurance Man of Stanford, Dr. G. G. Perry, of this city, was lathe successful bidder on the B. C. The Concert given by the old Hackett farm of dies of the Christian church at Crab son county a few 334 acres in Madidays ago. He paid Orchard Springs Satuiday evening success. Not only did $114 per acre. The farm is a magwas a great everyone express himself well paid nificent one, situated as it is in the best the county. for attending, but they made the old good part of to our people Ittowill be news know ladies feel good by their kind ex- that the purchase was made as an compliments of their pression and investment and that Dr. Perry and work. $39.80 were the proceeds and his, excellent family, will cpntimieJto to thank each the old ladies desire one present both for attendance, and reside in Stanford. kind words of praise. The old songs BRITTON GODBEY. were enjoyed and the music and actgood. The diaing was especially Judge Bailey said the words logues for the occasion, "A Back- Thursday which united heart and woods Merchant of Kentucky," act- hand in wedlock's holy bonds, Miss ed by Thomas Hays Bronaugh and Ethel Britton and Mitchell Godbey. Billy George Holdman, and "An Old The bride is the pretty young daughMaid's Tea Prty," acted by Mrs. ter of John Britton, of the Waynes-bur- g Daisy Hunt, Mrs. Allie Pettus, Mrs. section, while the groom is the Anna Napier and Misses Maymie son of Rev. Godbey and lives just Holdman and John rJva Hilton, were over the Pulaski line. He formerly composed by Mrs. Bettie Buchanan lived in Casey. and were splendidly acted, and brought forth many laughs from the News of the Churches audience. "Ben Bolt" was sweetly sung by Mrs. M. E. Fish, and her two daughters, Mrs. Pettus and Mrs. New-lanBaptist Young People's Union Sun"Juanita" was sung splendid- day evening at 6:30. Subject: SouthTanly by Mrs. Stephenscn and Miss ern Social Problems. Leader: Will ner Thompson; "Silver Threads Ashlock. Mrs. Among the Gold," sung by Presbyterian church: Friday eveCherry and Mrs. Pettus, was beautiful. "Annie Laurie" was sweetly ning, March 24, C. E. District Consung by Mrs. Jamie Carpenter and vention will hold its first session beThompson and was splen- ginning at 7 o'clock. Everybody inrendered, as was the sweet old vited. didly Baptist church: Sunday school at song, "When You and I Were Young Maggie," by Misses John Eva Hilton 9:30; preaching at 11 a. m., subject, Home and Foreign Missions. Young and Tanner Thompson. Instrumental duet by Miss Ste- People's Meeting at 6:30; preaching phenson and Mrs. Pettus, "Midnight at 7:30. Fire Alarm," was splendidly renderRev. W. D. Welburn will preach ed, and the duet played by Mrs. Kit at Logan's Creek Sunday afternoon, Thompson and Mrs. Jamie Carpenter at 2:30. Usual services at the Methcalled forth loud applause. odist church Sunday morning and A selection on the harp by Miss evening. Sunday school at 9:30. Tanner Thompson as well as instrujLeague at 6:30. mental composition of her own were Services at the Presbyterian church greatly enjoyed and complimented. Sunday, March 26: Sunday school at The recitations were especially fine 9:30; services at 11 o'clock Is the and showed great elocutionary talent. "Somebody's Darling," was Life of Faith ah Adventure? In the 7 o'clock the Missionary evening splendidly and feelingly recited by Pageant, at very a attractive feature of Soapy," one Mrs. Daisy Hunt. "Old the of the finest, temperance selections, vice. Convention, and the closing serwas recited by Miss Elizabeth Gentry church Services at of Brodhead in one of the most pleas- Sunday, March the Christianschool at 26: Sunday ways we ever ing and impressive 9:30; preaching at 10:45. heard. She is a fine speaker and re- pit will be filled by a visitingThe pulpreacha contest on this ceived a medal at er of C. E. Convention. Union Serselection. "Kentucky Philosophy" Presbyterian church Sunday was splendidly rendered by Miss Tan- vices at Lancaster Sunday school had night. ner Thompson, who was recalled to 277, We the stage and recited "Jemima's must Stanford 263 last Sunday. come. have 300 next Sunday, so Courtship," which was greatly apMiss Emma Leachman, plauded. "Bill's In Trouble," was City Missionary in Louisville, Baptist spoke very beautifully rendered by Mrs. to good sized a audience of ladies at Rappahannock," by Willis. "The church Mrs. Anna Napier, and "The Ma- the Baptist'telling here Wednesday them of her work afternoon, son's Secret," by Mrs. Buchanan, both in the settlement district of the Falls were greatly enjoyed and applauded City, gave them details and objects and the beautiful selection, "Laska," Women's was finely rendered by Mrs. Newland of thethroughout Missionary Union the state, and the in her best elocutionary effort. She work Baptist training school for young lais a fine speaker. "Dixie," "Massa's In de Cold, Cold dies, and other worthy enterprises Ground," "Auld Lang Syne," and of this character in which the denom"Old Kentucky Home," were chorus- ination is engaged throughout the es sung by all the ladies. "Old state. Black Joe," was sung. by Mrs. M. E. AVOID SPRING COLDS Fish, Mrs. Bettie Bucnanan, Mrs. AlSudden changes, high winds, shiftlie Pettus, Mrs. Caltha Newland and Messrs. Bragg Thompson, George ing seasons cause colds and grippe, Holmes and Mr. Peters. The ladies and these spring colds are annoying were indebted to George Holmes, and dangerous and are likely to turn Bragg Thompson and Mr. Peters for into a chronic summer cough. In feelp rendered in their singing and such cases take a treatment of Dr. thank everyone again for their kind King's New Discovery, a pleasant Laxative Tar Syrup. It soothes the expressions. Mr. Montez Fish, of Louisville, cough, checks the cold and helps came home Saturday to visit his fa- break up an attack of grippe. , Its ther and grandmother, and attend the already prepared, no mixing or fuse-in- g. Just ask you druggist for a "Old Folks Concert." He returned bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery. tn T.miisville Mondav. Mrs. J. C. Rinehart of Louisville, Tested and tried for over 40 years. n, -- d. Miss-Tanne- r Ep-por- th -- WILHITE MAY BE PARDONED. A dispatch from Frankfort Tues IBERS TO day had this to say regarding a proI. J. THIS WILL AFFECT posed pardon for a former Stanford bj' n man: "Samuel W. Wilhite, former White paper, upon which the. Interior Journal almost doubled in price the past few controller of the city of Louisville, tiff? by the raise in price of raw paper, are who has been in the reformatory months, and a great many country newspapers whie since October, 1914, serving a term weyer, but will be compelled to operate increasing their subscription rates. The I. J. will n of from two to ten years for hypothenotify its subscribers a short time be- linnri a ctr?rHtr pneli.in.ndwnnpp basis in fVio fnfiirp cating bonds belonging to the city, Stha find of the month in which a sub- fore their subscrlntions exnire: and if renewal is noEi?e"i has renewed his application for a he, I. J. at $1 a year Ts the cheapest will pardon and Gov. Stanley has the case scription has expired, the name .... be removed fromth . . under consideration. No action was newspaper in the state. City dailies, magazines ana yfother papers all stop when a sub- ZMM: taken today, but the belief is general scriber's time is up, and the I. J. will, from now on X'u"'e a numDer oi.ns suoscrioers are that the Governor is giving the petibeing notified, and unless heard from at now from several months- up to a year or so behind. tion favorable consideration and will pes that every one of its great family once, their names will soon be removed from the-list-, act on it this week. Letters and telegrams by the hundreds, supporting at is compelled to make in view of the of readers will continue with it under this new arran the petition, accompanied the appliWlproducinsr it twice a week. rapidly increase of paper and other materials of all so: cation. Acting Mayor Miller, of "2 Louisville, and the prosecuting officer have given assurances that they will )OWN MRS. BEECHER ADAMS DEAD not oppose the pardon, and Mayor WIND BLOWS BK CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORERS Buschemeyer, Hot Springs, will be lamage Former Hustonville Lady, Passes communicated at District Convention In Session With Young Cyclone Dc with. re- i Interesting Program. In Various sfS ' Away at Home In Danville. 53 MAD DOG BITES BOYS. .raged The severe windsto: Christian Endeavorers from a Her host of friends in Lincoln The two young sons of Carrol Par-tinumber of counties in this section over this section ou county were grieved to learn of the near Chenoa, Bell county, were are gathering in Stanford today to nesdav. annroached a' death of Mrs. Beecher Adams, which bitten by a mad dog last week and or cy- attend the annual district convention. the violence of a hul age in took place at the home of her hus- have been sent to the Pasteur InstiA very attractive program has been clone, and reports of early Tuesday treatment E$" The band in Danville Mrs. Adams had tute at Bowling Green forOne boy is prepared, upon which are the names various sections are While to preven hydrophobia. large sotck a'nd.'tpba: jrn on the morning. of prominent C. E. workers of the declining health for many 15 and the. other 13. About three jes irom been in and state. The two local societies of the farm of Pool Perkins? it was generally known months ago a dog came through that ltd pike, months, Lancaster on the Crab Christian and the Presbyterian she could not recover, the announce- neighborhood and bit several dogs, fie wind churches have arranged to entertain was blown down by killed which struck it soon and shock to a death came Wc had a ment of herwide circle of as a great all of which were immediatelymonths their visitors most hospitably. friends in except a little puppy about 6 ifkipK is a total loss. Mr. The program begins this evening at hay and n;$ind a lot this city and throughout Central old, belonging to Carlo Partin. The the Presbyterian church, and is as quantity of msifliinorv"W'.K HiiilHinor Kentucky. Mrs. Blanche Twidwell little dog bit the two boys, and four nvrmnt follows: which was badly broKeS&pJand dam Adams was born at Hustonville, and hours later began to take fits and Friday Evening, Presbyterian Church aged, and the loss "Wll amount to was in her 49th year. She was a had to be killed. The father was in daughter of Mr. 7:00 o'clock Song service. about $1,000, which iscovered with abeth Twidwell. Felix and Mrs. Eliz- very destitute circumstances and the Devotions Rev. D. M. Walker. Her father iwas a neighbors and friends helped him to the ageacy "'of D. A. insurance "We are glad you came," Rev. P. Thomas, ofinStanford. qfcucj?ily there native of Virginia and died many bring the children to Pineville, where L. Bruce. years ago. She was a most lovable Judge T. J. Asher took the matter no livestock in the; big "We are glad we came," Burgin. was time. Mr. Perkinibarn barn at woman, in every way, a true friend, up and sent the boys to Bowling is near an ideal the Address C. F. Evans. wife and mother and a sin- Green to take the pasteur treatment. point on Gilbert'jCreek where C. E. as a Spiritual Center Mr. the a bridge was blown aways a few cere Christian. She was one of the Saunders, Nicholasville. most devoted members of the First i3'years ago. High School News C. E. as a Social Center Prof. Presbyterian church of Danville. Truly a good woman has gone to a Shutt, Berea. LAST FAMOUS BANDIT DEAD. rich reward. The deceased is surBaseball Progressing Rapidly. Saturday Morning- - Christian Church Cole Younger, 72, aTpteunmarried, vived by the husband, J. Beecher The baseball team has been getting March 25th. the last- survivor of theimost notori- Adams; two children, Felix Adams in some good practice and shows up 9:30. ous band of outlaws of (the "Wild and and Miss Elizabeth Adams; her moth- well on the field. Already seven Devotions Berea. games have been scheduled and a Questions and problems answered Woolly West" days, is'dead at Lee's er, Mrs. J. C. Johnston; one half-sistSummit, Mo. He died a'&fevout church and brother, Miss Pearl John- good many more are hoped for. The by C. F. Evans. member and the friend of a host of ston and Mr. Forest Johnson, all of first game of the season will be play Reports' from Societies. men and women in that community. Danville, and one sister, Mrs. S. W. ed on the local held, March 31, with District Business. Conference With District Workers. Younger was one of the last of the Forgy, of Elkton, to whom goes out the Hustonville boys. The admisnotorious robber bands which infest- the deepest and sincerest sympathy sion to the game will be 15c and 25c, Saturday Afternoon Christian ed Western Missouri during and af- in this terrible bereavement. The and as the Athletic Club is a little Church ter the Civil war. He was a member funeral was conducted at the resi- behind in a, financial way, a good 2:00 o'clock. of the Quantrell gang and was asso- dence by Dr. C. G. Crooks Wednesday crowd will be appreciated very much. Devotions Nicholasville. the James boys, He morning at 10 o'clock. Interment The Hustonville team is composed Debate "Resolved that the office ciated with of three brothers, sonswas was in the Hustonville cemetery. of the oldest of experienced players, and as they of Junior Superintendent requires Col. Younger, who have been getting in much good prac greater ability than that of Senior from Harry W. to Lee's Summit, came Kentucky Mo., tice, and will no doubt put up one AffirmaSociety Superintendent." MRS. E. H. WALKER DEAD. before the Civil war. TKeir associaof the hardest fights to be seen on tive, Harrodsburg; Negative, Lan- tion with the James boysPafter the Mrs. Elizabeth Walker, relict of E. the local diamond. S. H. S. will caster. rob- H. Walker, of Upper Garrard, died at journey to Danville the following day them in a series Saturday Evening Christian Church war involvedmost notorious of of which "her home at one o'clock Monday and do battle with the strong D. & D beries, the 7:00 o'clock Song Service. were: Liberty (Mo.) banfc, 1866, morning of apoplexy, aged 72. She team of that place. Devotions Lancaster. 5 o'clock Saturday one bank defender killed,- - $72,000 was stricken The following games have so far Address Rev. Tinder, Lancaster. stolen; Russellville, f'Mffjlirl" 1868 and gradually at grew worse until the been scheduled: Talk Mr. C. F. Evans. .end came. Mrs. Walker, who was $17,000; GalUtiix March 31 Stanford vs. Huston- ... &30 Sociabhour. i :..!... cashier kffi&rfPHRpiV&n, 'mri .cjuzuueui. xtt uuua, wna, i sister ville at StaniMrd.--- . tr .niji tis Sunday Afternoon Presbyterian nan (Mo.L.bsnks,tl867lTWiSas City of M,ts. J. C. Hays, of this city, "and April 1 Stanford vs. D. &"D. at .Church. frequently visited her here where, Danville. Fair Association, 187i; $r00u'0; 2:30 Devotions, Crab Orchard. She was 'many (La.) bank, 8 ?40,000. Stanford vs. Mt. Vernon Address on Junior Work Miss The Younger brothers 1871, captured she hadmember friends. Presbyteriana at April Vernon. of the devout were Mt. Wagner, Nicholasville. excellent woman raid on bank church Address on Prison Work Miss in Minnesota, after a in 1876. a They in everyand a most burial took place at April 14 Stanford vs. Hustonville way. The at Northfield, Minn., Hustonville. Georgia Dunn, Lexington. pleaded guilty and were sent up for at the Old Paint Lick church at 11 April 21 Stanford vs. Centre Col Sunday Evening Presbyterian life. Bob Younger died in prison in o'clock Tuesday morning in the pres- lege first team, at Stanford. Church. 1889. Cole and James Younger were ence of a large crowd of sorrowing The dates for the return game of 7:00 o'clock. paroled in 1901. The latter com- friends. Mr. Walker died some four the D. & D. and Mt. Vernon teams Missionary Pageant. mitted suicide the following year be- years ago, but four daughters and have not yet been decided upon, but Consecration Meeting. loss cause, he said, feel are Special musical numbers will be fused to permit the Parole board re- a son grandleft to good keenly theThey will be played the early part of April. mother and his marriage to the of a to no It rendered from time to time through- girl of his choice. After living in are: Mrs. Luther CJiobs and Misses many will the doubt seem strange the Stanford fans that of out the services. play team of Centre Everyone is cordially invited to Minnesota the required three years Mattie, Mary and Jane Walker f.nd first local team, as College will been the it has never young Cole purchased a cottage near Lee's Mr. Woods Walker. attend all the services, and the Summit, customary for college and university home. In people of all the churches are es- 1913 he and made it hisand became was converted nines to schedule games with high pecially urged to attend. SPLENDID OLD LADY GONE. active in church work. schools, but Centre is scheduled to The Missionary Pageant is directMrs. Anna Traub, wife of- - John play the strong St. Mary's team the ed by Misses Burch and Higgins and Rudolph Traub, a well known aged, following day, and arranged this AD THOMAS GOING UP. will be a very interesting and instrucThe Lexington Herald said this farmer of the Ottenheim section, died game with the local boys, in order to program. tive feature' of the week of Ad Thomas, the son of Edi- at their home last Friday and was laid be in tip top shape for their stronger tor Henry Thomas, ofo the Casey to rest Sunday in the cemetery at opponents. The Domestic Science girls served A RATHER EXPENSIVE "BUSS." County News, who gives promise of the German Reformed church at Otafter services conducted by refreshments to the faculty of the A dispatch from Frankfort says developing into a pitcher of big tenheim, G. Bosshart, her pastor. A school Thursday afternoon. Rev. that E. Webb, a teacher of Russell league calibre : "Ad Thomas, the well great J. many friends and loved ones Another Splendid Program. r, came in yescounty, fined $400 and sentenced to known Colt The monthly program of the Lit terday from his home at Liberty. Ky., turned out to pay the last tribute 100 days in jail for detaining and to good of respect kissing Fannie Carter, was pardoned for a conference with Manager How- man. Mrs.and love wasthis native wo- erary Society was given in the room a Traub of of the Juniors and Freshmen in a 100-da- y Guyn. Thomas was sent a conjail ard by the governor of the way. All delivered Switzerland, where she was sentence. Immediately following the tract this spring, but has not yet years ago. Her husband is born 75 most remarkable very now in their parts in a creditable man signed. affix his He will probably osculatory offense, Joe Carter, the They girl's father, beat Webb with his fists signature to the paper today. Tho- his 81st year. lived came to America ner and the program came up to in Pennsylvania any ever before rendered. lhose cut him with ,a knife, shot him in the mas has earned no little prominence in 1875 and until 1885 when they moved to Linand knocked him unconscious in. politics in his home county since coln county where .they have since participating in the event were: to hand Paper on Events leading up with the butt of the revolver, and, leaving Lexington last fall at the resided. Three children survive the Lincoln's Gettysburg address bam "called him out of close of the season. He was sent as good mother, Mrs. Webb declared, Fritz Krueger, of Craier. his name." The evidence showed a delegate from his district to the Paper on Character of Hamlet Webb's intent went to further Casey county Republican convention Mt. Vernon, Henry Traub, of this that represent the county, and Rudolph Traub, of Belle Russell. than the kiss and the Governor and was delegated to Essav on Benefits of a Gymnasium thought the punishment already re- county in the state convention at Pennsylvania. to High Schools J. T. Embry, Louisville. Ad has made several ceived amply fit the crime. Life of Poe Elizabeth Hunn. speeches and his abilityto hook the PHONE MAN'S SAD NEWS. Essay on "Anna Belle Lee," by English language over the plate has HAS EIGHT CHILDREN. I. C. Swaim, of Lexington, who Poe Paul Garman. won him a reputation at home." Mrs. P. Rehkamp, 2404 Herman was here last week, with the crew Recitation Mayme C. Straub. the wires of the CumSt., Covington, Ky., writes. "'I have Journal Lettye W. McKimey. THE I. J. AT CRAB ORCHARD. berland Telephone Company Tn town, Debate "Resolved, that U. S. i been using Foley's Honey and Tar Mrs. Bettie Buchanan,, who has compelled to leave Monday upon justified in declaring war on Mexico nearly two years and can find no been the I. J.'s efficient correspond- was for for several receipt of a message announcing the Affirmative, Matsy Grimes, Carrie better cough syrup. I have eight ent at Crab Orchard, represent this death of his mother, Mrs. Kate Swaim Davis, Maurice Tucker; Negative, has arranged to children and give it to all of them. years, for the collection of subscrip- at her late home in Middletown, O. Mary Brackett, Earl Baughman, Jno. paper They were subject to croup from ba- tion and other accounts and will like- Mrs. Swaim was in her sixtieth year. Cash. She had for several Paper on History of Present Jubies on." It is a safe and reliable wise take orders for advertising and suffering been ill complication months of disfrom a printing of all sorts. In the future eases. Mr. Swaim left; for Middle-tow- n nior Class Clarence Cooper. medicine. Sold everywhere. The program rendered last Friday the I. J. will not be sen unless payi to attend her funeral. in chapel was: ment of subscription is nade in adFINE GLEE CLUB COMING. Reading "Tom ' Sawyer White-Washvance for a year, so that its host of a Fence" Margaret Shanks. Club, readers in the East End should see Glee The Transylvania OLD NEGRO DEAD. Piano Solo Matsy Grimes. which made such a hit here last sea- Mrs. Buchanan at once and keep John Montgomery, aged 96, and "Molly Whimper" Catharine son, will be heard at the Stanford their subscriptions paid up so as not one of the oldest negroes in the counopera house oh next Wednesday to miss an issue, for all papers will ty; died at the home of Pete Miller on Murphy Burlesque "Bingen on the Rhine" night, March 29th, under the auspi- be stopped henceforth, as soon as tHe the creek, at 4 o'clock Sunday afterces of the Woman's Club. Admis- time for which tbey are paid, expires. noon, of troubles incident, to old age. Margaret Shanks. George Fleece Joseph Ballou. sion will be 25, 35 and 50 cents. 24-- 2 The burial takes place in the colored Farris, BIG CROWDS SEE BIG PICTURE. section of Buffalo cemetery this afJesse Vaughn, 19 years old, was CARD OF THANKS. A tremendous crowd saw v "The ternoon. shot and killed at Irvine Saturday, We wish to thank the- friends and Battle Cry of Peace" at the opera, trvwn marshal. tT RrkViOY-- t PViilnot neighbors who were so kind to us house Wednesday afternoon and A Good Family Cough Syrup. who declared Vaughn was drinking through the death of our beloved night, and various opinions are heard Can be made bv mixing Pine-Ta- r, mother. Son nd daughters of Mrs. expressed of it.'. It is, a stupendous Aconite, Sugar, Hyoscyamus. Sassa- and nred nrst. C. C. Tapp. production, showing in vivid from fras, Peppermint, Ipecac Rhubarb, Make Tomorrow a Better Day. this nation's state of unpreparednes? Mandrake, Capsicum Muriate AmKeep Your Skin Clear and Healthy. for war. The1 rumor that it was pro- monia, Honey and Glycerine. It is If things "went wrong" today, if soothing-- , you suffered from indigestion, sick is only one way to have a" duced for the .purpose of promo- pleasant, healing and There clear, healthy complexion and that is ting business" for munitionsmanu-- "raises the phlegm, and gives almost headache, biliousness, bloating, bad to keep the bowele.active and regu-- i facturers seeate to have substantial1 instant relief. For convenience of breath, or ether condition caused by ic. tw v;..c Mor Trr Tiic ni basis accordinr to .'the opinions of those who prefer not to fuss, it is make, your complexion healthy and most of theee who sawiHeef picture.; supplied ready made m 'lac bottles delayed bowel action, take a Foley Cathartic Tablet nowand tomorrow clear,' move the bowels gently, stim- Hhe Stanford orcheetra, ceaipedof under name of Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- rthe liver, cleanse the. system Messrs. 'Prank 'Weatherfer.d; George Honey. Can be had at your drug will be a better day. This wholesome ulate arid purify the blood. A splendid DeBorde, Arnold Brady and Walter gist. Insist on getting Dr. Bell's physic acts without pain or nausea. spring medicine. 25c at your and see that tne for- Sold everywhere. and Clarence, Singkten Anade; delightmula is on the package. ful music for the py. $ MAte t-- THE a-- m - -. - n, n-- - - er ;(MB1868, Co-ryd- u-i- .1. -- - Politics has been sizzling in the Eighth Congressional district this week. Frankfort and Louisville papers have been predicting that Repre sentative George L. Pickett, of Shel by county, a brother of Mrs. Wm. Severance, of this city, would announce as a candidate for the democratic nomination for congress this week, and one Tuesday night State Senator Charles F. Montgomery, of Casey county, was In Stanford, conferring with several of his local friends with regard to becoming a candidate also. Congressman Harvey Helm's friends say that he will be a candidate for renomination, so the race promises to be a affair if all predictions being made come true. The Frankfort State Journal, of Wednesday, said that Mr. Pickett, had been in Frankfort Tuesday and stated that he would announce as a candidate for congress either Thursday or Friday. In this connection, the Louisville Times Thursday said: "Speaking of Eighth district congressional politics, a Democrat who knows what's what, said that the Beckham-Hale- y bunch was Harvey Helm, the present congressman, and that Gov. Stanley and the administration influences would get back of Representative George L. Pickett, of Shelby county. The Shelby aspirant, it is said, has already perfected the nucleus of a good organization in nearly every county of the district, which includes some heretofore warm supporters of Congressman Helm." In this connection the Louisville Post had the following to say: We notice in the Louisville Times a prediction that "Governor Stanley and the administration influences" will get back of Mr. George L. Pickett, of Shelby county, in an effort to defeat Congressman Harvey Helm in the Eighth Congressional district. This is a singular admission. Mr. Stanley has enough to do at Frankfort without seeking to choose Congressmen for the various districts of the State. The Governor does not reside in the Eighth district; the men that he has appointed to State office from that district would be much better employed discharging their ' official duties than in exerting themselves to aid Mr. Stanley to defeat a Congressman whom it appears he does not like. The Evening Post has no intention of offering advice to the Democrats of the Eighth district, three-cornered so-call- ed be-hi- ng as- on, left-hande- es - information, is. .that Mr. Helm has made, and is making, an industrious, successful representative. We know nothing to the detriment of Mr. Pickett. The point of the incident is the attempt of "Governor Stanley and administration influences" to try to control the politics. They will attempt this in the coming state convention, and it is of the greatest importance to the party and the State that attempted dictatorship of that kind be rebuked. Senator Montgomery told the I. J. here Tuesday night that he has not finally determined upon his course in the matter, but that he will in all probability decide to make the race. He is now going over the district, meeting with friends in different counties and is receiving very gratifying assurances of support in the event he decides to run. Senator Montgomery has represented the district composed of Lincoln, Casey, Boyle and Garrard counties in the upper house of the state legislature for four years and during that time has made a splendid record as a lawmaker. He has been consistently upon the right side of practically every question that has come before the legislature, being especially prominent in his fights to secure a vote on state-wid- e prohibition, and other measures in which the temperance people of Kentucky are interested. Senator Montgomery has been a close friend of U. S. Senator J. C. W. Beckham for many years, and led his fight in Casey county and that section, in the senatorial primary of 1914. Senator Montgomery-waborn in Lincoln county, being the son of the Rev. J. Q. Montgomery one of the most beloved ministers of the Christian church in the state. He also married in Lincoln, his wife being a daughter of Col. T. L. Carpenter, of HustonyiHe. Congressman Helm's friends say that he is "sitting steady in the boat" and is unperturbed by reports of the opposition which seems to be in process of development against him. His friends say he will ask nomination upon the record he and has made during his long service in congress, and that neither he nor they have any fears of the outcome. Considerable interest was aroused here Tuesday also by the presence here of Dr. N. A. Palmer, superinn League of tendent of the Kentucky. Dr. Palmer has been considerably in the limelight in connection with the work of the. recent leg islature, Dr. Palmer paid high trib ute to tre recovo made cy senator Montgomery, of this district, who, he said, was always a most consistent and powerful friend of every temperance measure presented. on - tOMwipm-Jihepc-shdu- ld' neminatgA,.! s Anti-Saloo- AN UNUSUAL SORT OF INJURY. Miss Ida Freeman is suffering in- - -- -- -- Pine-Tar-Hon- ey tense pain as a result of sticking a needle in her finger while crocheting abettt two weeks ago. At first Miss Freeman paid little attention to the injury, later the most intense pain developed. Dr. Perry was called Friday and lanced the Member. Friends of the young lady are hoping nothing of a serious nature will follow. it -- . r. ' ', i. Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 24, 1916 Skin-Flas- hed s Healthgrams' On Parlor Grove ered three excellent sermons to large and interested congregations. The Sunday School was Sunday and the following offwere chosen: Superintendent, icers Luther Reynolds; Asst. Supt., Loyd Roberts; Sec. and Treas., A. B. Wylie; Organist, Mrs. J. G. Hundly. The teachers willbe selected by the classes. The majority are in favor of retaining the same efficient teach-crS- a , to Thousands One of Natures signals is an unhealthy skin. It is a scientific fact that the skin indicates the condition of the blood and the blood is the building material for the body and all its vital parts. Unless the blood is nourished and kept rich and healthy, it will evenually react on the organs it feeds and reduce the individual to. a pitiable condition. Little do people realize the physical ailments that drain away s'trength and vitality and that can be traced straight to the poor supply of blood. Pimples, Eczema, Salt Rheum, Rheumatism, Carbuncles, Boils, Catarrh with its obnoxious results and the tendency to easily catch cold, Malaria and scores of other equally serious ailments, are all manifestations of bad blood. For over 50 years S. S. S. has been a mighty remedy for these disorders. Thousands of men and women have been relieved or actually cured by S. S. S. Many of them had spent years and ANVrCTVWY ffiif hundreds of dollars for other remedies in a TMESwirrsptancco. y fruitless endeavor to regain health a marvelATLANTA. CA. ous tribute to S. S. S. S. S. S. is purely USA- Mr vegetable and when taken into the stomach is CftUM,!l!liiMraU. absorbed by the blood, supplying certain elejfif ments which stimulate the action of the blood corpuscles and M, PrkaSLOOPtrBottle. and build up help them drive out impurities the system. "With such a tried and yyA (u sac) true medicine awaiting you at the closest drug fKjil Prfca. JUS PerBotlle. Holding DoubltlfceQiuttltjr. store, will you go on suffering and looking badly 2&SJ v when so many others similarly afflicted have THESWIFTSPECIFlCCa turned to S. S. S. and found the meaning of TWlgTOS. fjk perfect health. ' Our Medical Department will gladly advise you about your case without cost to you if you wish fo avail yourself of this service. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Georgia. Sunday was the "regular preaching day here and Eeverend Wright deliv- - w ffiucc $ Pioneer Builders Valve-in-hea- d Greater Car Value Lower Price Despite a lower price we guarantee 1916 Buicks contain more drop forgings, better upholstery, better tone and finish greater quality throughout than any previous model and they are furnished complete to the smallest detail. Regardless of the car you buy, or the price you pay, nowhere can you get better value. and Mrs. A. B. Wylie have named their fine little son, James Henry. Mr. Creighton Robinson, of Lexington was visiting relatives and frieds last week. The little child of Mr. Jasper San ders has be,en ill for the past two Mr. ft ' , weeks. Mr. H. Goff was down on Buck Creek Monday buying seed oats of , J. H. Osborne. Mrs. David Walls spent Sunday with Mr. Luther Reynolds and wife. Misses Vesta Sims and Etta Reynolds spent Monday with Misses Sel-m- a ss fa jIjm Motor Cars WOL1 V ik 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 y store-roolot, 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 to raise poultry. Three pool tables and fixtures. Terms d Cash and remainder, one and two years; good notes with legal insix-roo- m two-storm m one-thir- 1 terest and Bena Eubanks. Mr. Saunders entertained a friend from Wilmore, who was over Sun-MiSosia Muncie, of Green Briar,' spent Sunday with Mrs. Reece. Mr. R. E. Horton took a drove of live stock to the Stanford market and disposed of them. Mr. Alfred Goff, of Pikeville, visited his brother, Mr. Henderson Goff, last week. WftslpV SimS STjent ATrnnrl wlli.l MtlU lUrs Tuesday with the former's brother, Mr. (Jraig Sims, who continues in very poor health. Rev. G. W. Wright and Mr. Luther Reynolds spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. Carpenter, of Olive, who is , on the sick list. Thompson and Monroe Messrs. Theodore Reynolds had some land buyers in this neighborhood the first Of the week. Rev. A. G. Coker and wife, of Waynesburg, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. David Wall. Mr. Elmer Morris is plastering Mr. Ashford Johnson's house. Mr. Willie Hundly has returned to Illinois, where he has employment. A TC- - - W 4 Prices F. O. B. Flint, Michigan: Roadsters and Touring Cars, $950 tp $1,485. Coupes and Inside Drive Sedans, $1,350 to $1,875. Catalogue and Detailed Specifications furnished on request. . . ' W. J. BURGIN, HO&r -- Moreland, Ky. ATiococ COM-CEL-SA- R The Great Stomach, Liver Kidney and Blood Remedy FOR On Sale at All Drug Stores 3q $1.00 FOR SUFFERERS MOBHIHffiS THREE BOXES qlace. Mr. Jerry Sanders, of O. K. has traded a farm in Pike county for the H. Smallwood farm and his daughter and husband will soon occupy it. Mr. Alva Morgan and family have moved "to the Reece Bennett farm. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Saunders had the misfortune to lose a valuable milk cow last week. Mrs. Elbright spent Sunday with A. B. Wylie and family. Mr. W. F. Sims was a court day nolds spent Sunday with Misses Ger trude and Alae Muncuy. Mr. H. C. Clay, of Waynesburg purchased a fine Jersey cow of Mr. Granville Baker, Tuesday. Mr. Sam Wright and family have moved to Covington, Ohio. Messrs. Reece and Jesse Jacobs will farm his Voctn Rims nnd Etta Rev- - TAYLOR , Danville. May 1st we announce a light car, priced in the neighborhood of $600. If you want a light car, wait foi this one, which will be built of the same materials and with the same tour-cylinder splendid qualities as all Buick models. teen Briar . Makes Three Quarts of Medicine W M "I visitor at Stanford. Mrs. Katie Morris and daughter, Margery spent Friday with Mrs. Sue Bell. Mr. LASTS THREE MONTHS YOU NEED IT RIGHT NOW! Phone Us To Send You a Load of That Best Of All Fuel, and Mrs. W. C. Bell spent .Sunday week with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Webb. Mr. Granville Baker and family will return to Paris this week. Mrs. Verna Reynolds and pretty little girl and Miss Etta Reynolds, of Waynesburg visited over Sunday with W. F. Sims and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leeman Singleton and Miss Anna Padget, of Waynesburg were the week end visitors with M. P. Morgan and wife. Several young people enjoyed a singing at the home of B. F. Saunders Monday night. Mr. Wallace Surber and family spent Sunday with T. J. Ellis and -- FOX RIDGE COAL iASZUS I 3c at Yard 14c Delivered J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY I M. O. Mason, of Near Jumbo, recently went out on his place to get a load of wood and when he started to the house, something caused him to look back, and there laid his watch he had lost over three years ago. It is now running and keeping good time. Mr. Mason has given up hopes of ever seeing that watch again. J. W. Baugh sold his farm to Mr. Hollar and moved with his family to Lee county, to make .their home. Willie Wilcher and wife moved with them to Lee county. James Carrier moved from our community to Hubble. Mr. and Mrs. John Miracle, Jr., moved from here to Maywood. wife. J. C. Livingston and Jeff Hill traded horses one day last week. Mr. RHEUMATIC PAIN STOPPED. Livingston also sold to same party The drawing of muscles, the sore- seven hogs at a fancy price. ness, stiffness and agonizing pain of Rheumatism quickly yield to Sloan's Liniment. It stimulates circulation ili!l!imi!ill!liilfHH!i!Hii!ii!HH!Iiillllll to the painful part. Just apply as directed to the sore spots. In a short time the pain gives way to a tingling sensation of comfort and warmth. Here's proof "I have had wonderful relief since I used your Liniment on my knee. To think one application gave me relief. Sorry I haven't space to tell you the history. Thanking you for what your remedy has done for me.'" James S. Ferguson, of Milledgeville Philada, Pa. Sloan's Liniment kills pain. 25e at Druggists. Mrs. Leo Long of Green Ridge, The Whitley county republican fight between the Finley and Snyder spevit a few days with her parents, committee was divided up in a hot factions at a meeting Friday. Mi-- , and Mrs. W. H. Terry, at Grover Miracle went to Cincinnati recently, looking for work, but turned, as he found there was ing doing. Mrs. S. A. Hubble and two grand children, Hattie and Edward Denham of McKinney, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Virgie Denham. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Terry, of Ludlow, are with their parents at Jumbo for a few days. Mrs. R. L. Baugh is on the sick list-a- t this writing. Mr. James Scarbrough's family is still suffering with the mumps. Mr. Z. Burk took his son, Charlie to Stanford last Tuesday and had some dental work done. The young folks had a singing at Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Durham's Sunday night. All reported a good time. Mr. D. L. Keesling, of Jumbo, was in Stanford last Saturday on business. Miss Maude Mullineaux is with her mother, Mrs. John Wells. There were some boys' and girls :ej This Free Paint Book "Homes ani How to Paint Them" Will be very helpful to you and your Painter Contains beautiful illustrations of attractively painted homes, shows floor plans, gives specifications how to select the right colors, also information for painting roofs, barns, buggies, wagons, implements, refinishing woodwork and floors, decorating walls. This valuable Paint Booklet tells all about the merits of What Ira T. Moser White's Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Concentrated Mineral Water a Panacea Physiological and Medical Scientists of renown express themselves as convinced that most if npt all chronic and incipient diseases have their origin in, and should be reached curatively through, the Liver or the Kidneys. These organs constitute the great cleansing and filtering systems of the human body. When they perform properly, all is well. On the other hand, if sickness or constipation prevails it must be reached for correction primarily, AND AT ONCE, through the Liver and Kidneys the seat of its origin: g Microbes and toxines that are variously the cause of every the breeding place of the disease-producin- has to say about cream separators this week. EMEMBER The Wisdom of Scientists ss hard, or isji't easy to wash, or doesn't f XV that a cream sep- aralor has to be used 730 times every year. If it runs skim clean, it is a constant annoy- ance and bother. No machine or implement on the farm receives such constant use s- 33 and there is no other machine on r the farm where quality of work 33 means so much and first cost means 3 so little. 33 S3 S3 33 33 33 S3 33 S3 33 S3 A little loss of cream with a cream sep- arator, multiplied 730 times, sgon runs into money. .It's too big a handicap for any cow owner to try to work under. Creamerymen all over the world long ago came to the conclusion that the De Laval was the only machine they could afford to use. That's why 98 per cent of the cream separators used in creameries the world over are De Lavals. spent the day with Elsie and Mary Terry last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Terry, and little daughter, Allie, were in Stanford Tuesday consulting Dr. O'Bannon about their daughter's eyes, which are in bad condition. The farmers are busy plowing and sowing oats and some are putting in their gardens. 3Iiss Peach Terry, who has been with her sister for a long while, is at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H- - Terry. Caradine Burke and Miss Florence Burk went to Maywood recently to visit their sister, Mrs. Arch Green. John Lay, who moved into the place formerly occupied by Walter Cannon, has a nice line of groceries. CANNOT PRAISE THEM ENOUGH Many sick and tired women, with aches and payis, sore muscles and stiff joints, do not know that their kidneys are out- of order. Mrs. A. G. Wells, Box 90, Route 5, Rocky Mount, N. C, writes: "I am taking - Mastii! HUNT "The Kind That Lasts" This old reliable paint protects and beautifies your property and It is just Pure White Lead, ilinc Uxide. ana enh ances its value. Genuine Linseed Oil, in the correct proportions, which make it the dcsl and most economical paint to use. There's A Pee Gee Finish For Every Purpose Creo-Sta- in for Shingle Roofs, Pee Gee Carriage Wagon and Implement Paint, Pee Gee Adamant Floor and Paint, and other popular Pee Gee Paints and Varnishes. Pee Gee Ask For Free Color Cards New Stanford Drug Company, . White's Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Concentrated Mineral Water a 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 ALL Liver and Kidney difficulties; therefore, it follows that it is practically a HEALING AGENT FOR This, then, involves diseases of the stomach; of the EVERY DISEASE OF THE HUMAN SYSTEM. bowels; of the nerves; of the heart; of the lungs; of the bloody of the muscles; of the bones and even of p ''"i the skin, etc. STANFORD, KY. 33 ZZ 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 SO CENTS A BOTTLE. 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 You will find the biggeat and best dairymen almost invariably using De Lavals. Experience has taught them that it is the most economical. You can't afford to take any chances with your cream separator, and we know that .if you will come to us and let us put in a ue Laval for rou, 730 times a year you will say to yourself "I made a good movewhenlbought that De Laval." Foley Xidney Pills and cannot praise them enough for the wonderful benefit I derived in such a short while." Sold everywhere. GENEVA . II : :e: b 5 ' 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 Sooner or H -- White's Concentrated Crab Orchard Water & Salts Co. CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY II DE LAVAL E will buy a later you Sillllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllll There is lots of la grippe around in our community. Mr. W. F. Walls has been suffering with grip. Born, to the wife of Charlie Brown a boy. He has been named Smith. Mr. Willie Walls and wife have moved to the home of his father-in-laat South Fork. Mrs. Susie Walls has been on the sick list. Mrs. Sarah E. Walls, age 48, died at her home in Geneva on March 15. She was a good woman and was beloved by the entire community. She is survived by a loving husband, two sons and two daughters. w LADIES' OXFORDS AND PUMPS. Little early but we want you to come in and take a look at them W.E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard ' r f The.-Interio- r Journal, Stanford', Kentucky: Friday, March 24, 1916- - Page Three AN OLD-TIM- E NURSE CURED Of Catarrh of the Stomach by Peruna MRS. SELENA TANNER, Athens, Ohio. This Cure Dates From October 3, 1899. Oct. 3, 1S99 . "Catarrh of the stomach. "Was nearly starved. After taking: Peruna I have a good appetite." Sept. 11, 1904 "I can assure you that I am still a friend of Peruna. My health is still good." April 23, 1906 "Yes. I am still a friend of Peruna. Will be aa long as I live. I keep it in the house all the time." Dec 18, 1907 "I recommend Peruna so often that they call me the Peruna doctor. Peruna recommends Itself when once tried." Dec 27, 1908 "I still tell everybody I can that Peruna Is the best medicine in the world." Aug. 15, 1909 "Peruna saved my life years ago. I still take it when I have a cold." 4, 1910 Jun. "I was threatened with pneumonia. Peruna saved me." 17, 1912 May "I am glad to do anything I can for Peruna. May 6, 1914 "I have always been a nurse. Peruna has helped me In my work more than all other medicines." Mar. 22, 1915 "I have divided my bottle- of Peruna with people many times. It always helps." . The above quotations give a vague glimpse of the correspondence wo have had with Mrs. Tanner since 1899. Our files, which cover twenty-fiv- e years, include many similar correspondents. - and family. "Vanish", the famous fox hound belonging to Mr. W. F. Ballard is dead. She had a keen nose, a clear tongue and attractcu attention in any pack pursuing the wary Sir ' Reynard. It was J. W. Naylor and not "Tay lor," of Parker City, Indiana, who ordered the I. J. as mentioned last issue. Tim is fire and tow and more than likely will make a special trip to the I. J. office and retaliate by killinc: an office devil or two. Mr.. Naylor an,d family are well pleased with the Hoosier State and now have quite a colony of Kentucky neighbors. Mr. aand Mrs. Ira J. Holtzclaw Mr. and Mrs. Ira J. Holtzclaw, of Lancaster and little Miss Nancy Elizabeth 'Thompson, of near Danville, motored over and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Cummins, Sunday. F. F. Cumimns bought at the Gut-ma- n sale Wednesday, near Crab Orchard, a cow for $46 and a four year old horse for $100. James Miller, of the Horton Place, who is near 48 years old tells us that he never caught a fish with a hook and line in his life. Dr. Benson, Middleburg, will you please tell us how your Liberty patient is at present? Automobile And Style Show "r Auditorium, Lexington, Ky. .";. Central Kentucky's Greatest Event, s PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS CHAS. HART DENTIST Cut This Out It Is Yorth Money. DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, encolse with 5c to Foley & Co., Chicago, Illywriting your name and address clearly. You will receive B in return a trial packlage containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for lagrippe coughs, colds and croup, Preachersville Foley Kidney Pills, and Foley CaMrs. William Flanary sold a nice thartic Tablets. Sold everywhere. . Percheron colt to Miss Bertha Flan- Four ays and Nights-Mar- ch 29, 30, 31, April 1. 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. ary for of heart trouble.. F. J. Thompson visited his cousin, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hoskins made F. a business trip to Stanford Wednesanesthesia and orthodontia a D. W- Thompson in Boyle county. C. Blankenship specialty. PJione 33, Hustonville, Ky. to J. - M. Cress for $50. sold 10 shoats day. Misses Cordie Miracle and Ida Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Anderson have Austin were the welcome guests of received word from their daughter, T. W. PENNINGTON, Miss Carrie Anderson, in school, at Miss Florence Burk, Sunday. Saturspent Little Williamsburg, that she has been day nightCharles Burk Miracle. DENTIST with Mr. Loyd of very painful felon. Mr. Frank Davis was in Stanford Stanford Ky. quite illH. J.a Cummins is much better Myers House Flats Mrs. Monday on business. Office 240; Res. 165 Phone: at this writing. Mrs. Lucy Gurro, who has been Mrs. Jones L. Anderson has just visiting her parents for a few weeks, opened a nice line of staple and fanjoin her husband in J. B. PERKINS cy groceries and notions, as well as a left last week tothey will make their Virginia, where few good salable side lines at the old future home. DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building Hutcbins stand. Rooms 28-2L. Miracle, has been STANFORD, KY. A large bald eagle swooped down in Mrs. E. condition for some time Phone 214 a serious in S. A. Ballard, s barn yard in the her friends here and elsewhere Canaan section, but "besides giving but be glad to know that she is doing will BURGIN W. W. the poultry a scaie did no damage. nicely now and hopes to be out in a Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ballard and few weeks. DENTIST Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays family have moved from the resid-en- c and family left Mr. Ben recently vacated "by J. W- - Brown Tuesday forGilhland where they will ' at Crab Orchard Pulaski Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays make their home. at Stanford Hello! What is the matter with Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding the Pleasant Point correspondence? :AM!LY AVOIDS We would appreciate a letter from that part of the 'country. Mrs. James Mershon, of Lebanon HARRY JACOBS EPJOUS Junction, is the guest of her sisters. Dealer In &? Mesdames J. H. Woner, John Ball Fine Monumental Work and A. D. Parsons. Dr. J. B. Perkins and wife spent Cemetery Hill, Stanford, Ky. Closed on Saturday By Being Constantly Supplied Willi Tuesday in Lexington. Phone 164 Dr. and Mrs. G. G. Perry and STANFORD, KY. daughter, Miss Bettye Perry, spent Black-DraugThedford's several days in Richmond this week Night Phone 186 Day Phone 95 with relatives. JNO. M. CASEY, D. V. M. Mrs. J. W. Ireland and "little daughter, Lucile, who have been visMcDuff, Va. "I suffered for severe Veterinary Surgeon Burch and other Grad. Cincinnati .Veterinary College years," says Mrs. j. B. Whittaker, oi iting Mrs. Mary S. to her home at friends, returned this place, "with sick headache, ant1 (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) Bellevue "Wednesday. stomach trouble. Office: Burton's Stable Miss Florence Burk and brother, Kentucky Lancaster, Ten years ago a friend told me to try I did, were visitors at Maywood last Saturwhich Thedford's and I found it to be the best family medi- day and Sunday. Your correspondent wants to corAUCTIONEERING cine for young htand old. rect a mistake in the last letter from I I can get you nighest prices for your '.nekeep and when myon hand all the here Miss Mandy Gilliland did not now, feel a land, stock, crops or household goods. title bad, they ask me for children and i'i visit Miss Cordie Miracle. a dese, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Robbins spent JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Moreland. does them more good than any medicine Sunday with his brother, J. B. Rob-binthey ever tried. Sales Cried Anywhere " We never have a long spell of sickMr. Roy Gerkey, who has a nice ness in our family, since we commenced position in Garrard county,' is with SEE THIS ENGINE! jsing the homefolks for a few days. ht Thedford's is Miss Elizabeth Davis was the guest and investigate the merits and vegetable, and has been found to purely Call regu- of Mrs. Mary Davis recently. price of the late weak stomachs, aid digestion, reMrs. E. F. Hurst and little daughtGRAY ENGINE lieve irfdigestion, colic, wind, nausea, er1, were out to see Mrs. H. C. at headache, sick stomach, and similar Hurst last week. W. K. WARNER'S symptoms. Mr. John Breedlove and little son Plumbing, Tinning and Heating. It has been in constant use for more were the welcome visitors of Mr. H. Stanford Phone 188 Main St. E. than 70 jyears, and has benefited more C. Hurst Sunday. $70. Owen Duvall continues quite ill Mason's Gap 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: A modern equipped office. Somno-for- m 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. PAYETTE MOTOR COMPANY. '":,--- , FRAZER & MORRELL. INDIAN REFINING COMPANY. KINKEAD-WILSO- N COMPANY. LEXINGTON CADILLAC COMPANY. LEXINGTON ENGINE & BOILER WORKS. McFARLAND SIX SALES COMPANY. MARSHALL-FEATHERSTOMOTOR 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, O. THE ALEXANDER-WALTOINSURANCE COMPANY. N WOODS-OAKLAND N Subscribers To Style Show v. 9, V BOGAERT COMPANY. c, F. BROWER & COMPANY. COHEN'S NOVELTY AND MILLINERY STORE. EMBRY & COMPANY. THE FAIR. GRADDY-RYAN K : SGKNE ht. COMPANY. GRAVES, COX & COMPANY. HARDESTY'S QUALITY SHOP. HARKINS' SHOP. GUS L. HEYMAN & COMPANY. .? JUSTRIGHT TAILORING COMPANY KAUFMAN CLOTHING COMPANY B. KRAVITZ & SONS'. . LEXINGTON HERALD. .,-1,. LEXINGTON LEADER. LOEVENHART'S CASH BARGAIN STORE.' M. LOWENTHAL. LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS COMPANY. . MARCH. MITCHELL, BAKER & SMITH. . E.-L- ' SJjl; Jg it.- - k. -. THE PEERLESS. PHOENIX HOTEL COMPANY. J. D. PURCELL COMPANY. L. L. ROBERTS.' FURNITURE COMPANY. ROSS-SHI- P Black-Draug- ht, COMPANY. H. V. ROUSE. COMPANY. O. L. -- . i.--J' Black-Draug- s. STEELE. UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE. , VILEY & PERATT. A. F. WHEELER FURNITURE COMPANY. WOLF, WILE & COMPANY. 8 Black-Draugh- t." Black-Draug- than a million people. Your druggist sells and recommends Price only 25c. Get a Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and aackage to-- y. 123 N. Buggies; Open Day and Night. Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Trial, We Will Please You. H. H. Carter, Manager. Phone 5. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. Something new, yet winners and Rev. George Hasty will hold meeting at the home of J. L. Robbins Sunday at 1 o'clock p. m. Everybody cordially invited. Mr. John Miracle and bride have gone to Maywood to make their future home. Lancaster Mrs. E. L. Owsley left last week for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Letcher in New York. The Chautauqua Circle met with Miss Mabel Mason at the home of Mrs. W. L. Lawson. Rev. A. J. Clere filled the pulpit Livery and Auto Service Black-Draug- ht. df c Treat Coughs and Colds At Once ! Dangerous Bronchial and Lung Ailments Often Follow Neglected Colds. Dr. King's New Discovery . Instantly Relieves and Breaks Up the most Stubborn and c Rhode Island Whites 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 made-to-ord- er the largest and best clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order, I will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the PLYMOUTH ROCKS cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of Eggs for sale, 50c per setting of 15. No Eggs Exchanged. samples is now ready for your inspection. Call and let me show you. Mrs. J. S. Mobley, McKinney, Ky. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. I represent the sensation and attraction of the shgw room. My yards compose the best to be had, coming direct from the celebrated and famous Excelsior strain. Yards headed by blue rib-- , bon wearers. Eggs $3 and $2 for 15. S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS Have been tried for many years and each year finds them more popular and admired. The orders this year have been so many my surplus is all sold. In my yards are found the cream of the country. Eggs $2.50 per 15. If you want poultry for profit try these breeds you will make no mistake. I still breed the Indian Run- ner Ducks there is a reason Eggs $.uu per 10. Mrs. Sam J. Embry, Stanford, Ky. 16-- tf Phone 50; P. O. Box 91 Hard Colds. We- catch cold because our system has become weakened and finds itself unable to throw off the Coldgerms. Nature in some cases will effect a cure ; but generally, without aid we get worse. How much wiser to help nature fight and expel these cold germs ! For - this purpose there -- i& no better remedy than Dr. King's New Discovery. It is composed of Pine Tar mixed with laxatives and healing balsams. It is antiseptic. The instant Dr. King's New Discovery comes in contact with the germs, they die or leave. Your Club. following couples of this The cough lessens, the irritation is place, were united in marriage, Rev. soothed, and you begin to get C. T. Brummett officiating: James better at once. Don't take the risk Baker and Mrs. Lizzie Thompkins; of serious sickness. Take Dr. John Turner and Mrs. Julia Barnette. Mrs. J. Smith In use daughters Rockwell Misses and little King's New Discovery. are with Jane and over 45 years and guaranteed all Mary Doty before leaving for their the time. All druggists. 'home in Danville. Mrs. B. D. Pelphrey and little daughter have been in Stanford visiting Mrs. Pelphrey's, parents, Mr. and' Mrs. W. A. Carson. Mr. and Mrs. William Denny are being showered with congratulations since the arrival of a dainty little daughter in their home. Mrs. George Smith, Jr., was called to Maysville by the death of her father, Mr. C. W. Darnell. The deceased was 72 years old and had been an invalid for 12 years. He was a devoted member of the Presbyterian church and served as an elder for over 30 years. A wife, two daughters and a son survive. ;The handsome display of late style millinery by the three firms, drew a large and enthusiastic crowd of girls and women to Lancaster Saturday. Miss Mattie Jones has returned to her home in Lexington after a three weeks' visit to Miss Stella Little. Mr. John W. Mount was in Paris' the pasii week for the. funeral of the late Mr. Woodford C. Daniel. Miss Maud Foster who has been -- for the Baptist congregation at Preachersville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elmore are receiving many congratulations since the arrival of a handsome little son in their home. Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson, of Danville, are here,, for a visit with Misses Fannie and Bettie West. Mr. John Irvine died at his home in the Buckeye section of the county after a general decline. The deceased is survived by his wife, one daughter and four sons. Mrs. J. B. Kincaid was the leader on Friday afternoon at the Woman's with the Bastin Telephone Company for some time, has gone to Nashville, Tenn., where she has accepted a position with the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Co. Miss Nora Kennedy has returned to her home in Owensboro, after a protracted stay with Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith.. Richard Anderson has bought the interest of Harry Tcmlfnson in the Logan and Anderson gents' clothing establishment. Frank Pumphrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, of this place, was paid quite a compliment by Ed itor Louis Landram in the Danville Messenger. The Somerset News issued a splendid special edition and the former Lancastrian as foreman of the mechanical feature is said by Mr. Landram to have been as good work as has ever been sent out bv any Kentucky printshop. Miss Alice Hudson Rigney was the gracious hostess on Thursday evening: to the members of the Presbyterian Christian Endeavor Society. The house was quite attractive in its decorations, St. Patrick's colors being carried out in both the ices and dec-- : orations. The hours were from 7:30 to 11. You Have Tried The Rest Now Try The Best Yes REX COAL. Indeed Guaranteed To If s Cook Stove Coal On Earth. For Sale ONLY By Phone: Office 118 J; Residence 73. Be The Best N. W. F0WLE And His Agents. LIVERY AND . AUTO SERVICE. -- YOU SHOULD HAVE A BOTTLE OF CRAB ORCHARD WATER in your home at all times. Get rid of the habit forming laxatives and cathartics. Break away from th'e 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 Concen trated. We have just added to our Livery a new Ford Auto. We are running two Ford Cars and one Truck. We have good Horses and Buggies, Surreys and Closed Carriage. We appreciate your business; will treat you right in Prices and Serivce. Call us when you want to ride. We do heavy, hauling with truck and wagon. Call us Phone 249. -- THE BEST PLOW FOR THE FARMER, The Chattanooga Chilled Plow j Use it on Trial; if not Satisfactory, Come Back and Get Your Money. MINERAL WATER SALES COMPANY CRAB ORCHARD, KY.' MASTERS & BOWYER $ GEORGE H. FARRIS. h t.V 't -- - i , - ,.- - vy , - J. ".' 'f t ' ttf i9J 6 9 ?Thi Iriteribroui r ka Mytery "Makei Condensed Report of Th e - Condition of s. App;r$IONAL' ,PERSON;AL$.t Lincoln County NationalBank, On March 7, 1916. RESOURCES: Interest-bearin- g obligations due bank Banking House arid Equipment Available Cash Assets LIABILITIES: $480,090 35 10,750 00 73,547 65 $564,388 00 $179,878 98,600 285,909 $564,388 98 00 02 00 Capital, Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits . ,.; J - V Kit "Corner Next To Court House." Stanford, Kentucky For Detailed Report See Elsewhere This Paper. The Interior Journal I General .News Notes The grand jury at Vanceburg returned an indictment against Countv Judge Joseph M. Lee, of Levis coun ty, charging him with being personally interested in a contract awarded by the fiscal court for road work. Nat B. Sewell, State Inspector and Examiner has been advised by the Attorney General that County Judges have no right to remit or suspend fines, though they may set aside judgments and grant new trials. Several terrific fires raged at various points in the country this week. The locations and losses were: Augusta, Ga., 7,000,000; East Nashville, Tenn., $1,500,000; Oklahoma (oil well fires) $200,000; Paris, Tex., S. .. . Publisher $1 a Year When Paid in Advance; $1.50 When Paid at End of Year. Entered at the poitoffice at Stanford a eeeond eUte. moU matte ' The Harrodsburg Democrat, which has become very Wet under its new ownership, says that men like Greene and Harvey, and other ultra Drys, 'prevented the recently deceased legislature from passing any real constructive legislation cy eternally injecting the liquor question. Just what constructive legislation did they block we would like to know? At the opening of the legislature paper in the state heralded the factrthat Stanley and the Administration were completely in control; they put their friends in offices, and named all the committees. During the last ten days of the session, the Rules committee, hand picked by Stanley, his Wet Speaker, Eli Brown and other "leaders" had the whole say as to what legislation should be enacted. In. what way did the Drys block them? Anyone with an atom of in- -' formation concerning the inside intrigues of the General Assembly who thinks that anyone could thwart the Whisky machine which d j dominated the session from beginning to end, pn almost anything it wanted, confesses himself an igno-- . ramus pf the worst sort, and should promptly be awarded the political dunce cap, ev-fe- ry w,ell-oile- Mrs, W B. O'Bannon is spending with Lancaster1 friends. the .week-en- d Maurice M. Perkins, of Crab OrImitation IsSet at Defiance by the chard, was Ifc Louisville, this week , Famous Master Medicine. buying goods' for his father's big store- Tanlac! There is magic in this of McKinney, ETuY-household word a magic made by is Mrs.gujest ofTanner, .her, mother, Mrs. Van the success Unprecedented and a fame Owens, at, function City. ' ts based very solidly on its Mrs;!r W; Jones&and Miss Elizain more than one million beth Jbnesere in Louisville Thurs-flshomes. The ingredients for Tanlac are gathered in the remotest parts of the Miss Lucille Gastiheau goes to world. From Hie far North woods to Lexington; today to.:see the big show Argentina, below the equator; in and be. the .guest ofMrs.- Walter Russian Asia, the Alps, Pyrennes, on Mr. and Mrs.-S- . J. Tatem, of Crab the sunny shores ot ltaiy, irom i$ra-- i. Sumatra. Peru, the West Indies. Orchard; were in Louisville, this and the slopes of our own timber-toppe-d week, buying spring millinery. Rocky Mountains, come the Mr. and.Mrs.. Bowman Owens, and roots, herbs, barks and even flowers Mr. and Mrs. Sam Owens and Miss that.. nnHivr t.hp. direction of Herr Jo Ruth Tanner, of McKinney, saw the seph Von Trimbach, the noted Ger big show-- at Lexington this week. man chemist, are compounaea into Mrs. Mary White, who has been visiting her .brother, Mr. George P. Tanlac. There can be no successful imita- Bright, went to Paint Lick to visit tion nf Tanlac. It is enrnnounded as her son Mr.Jake White. skillfully and as mysteriosuly as na Mrs. J. H. Gaines, of Mills Station ture aistius ine xameu uuueiai wa- who has,been the guest of "her relaters of Europe. tive, Mrs',. Nellie Ballou, returned' to Tanlac. now universallv known as her home today. the Master Medicine, is proving in Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Waddle, of valuable against ailments oi tne Pulaski, passed through to Garrard stomach, liver and kidneys, and ca- this morning to visit the hitter's old tarrhal affections of the mucous home. membranes, which, when neglected, Mrs. R. L. White and son, W. W. so often affect the vital organs them-rpIvp- r. White, went over to Garrard this As a ceneral tonic for half morning 'to visit her son, Jake White n men and women, it and family, sick, builds up the tissues, creates a Keen Messrs. J. H. and R. W. Hocker appetite, promotes digestion, vitalizes and Miss 'Sara Hbcker, of Kansas the blood and brings back color to tne City, will arrive tomorrow to visit cheeks and sparkle to the 'eyes. Mrs. Peggy. Hocker and Mr! J. S. Tanlac may now be obtained in Hocker. Stanford at Penny's drug store, Miss Minnie Ball Moore and her where it is being explained daily. guest, Miss Jane Addams, of. Frankfort, were guests of Kentucky ColTanlao mav he obtained at the fol lege for Women Monday and Tueslowing nearby cities: Moreland, Ab day. Miss Moore returned to her raham Minks; Hustonville, Aaams home in Harrodsburg yesterday afBros.,; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-bur- g, ternoon, and Miss Addams will reMiddle-bure- r. Joseph McWilliams; main a few days longer, the guest of W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, friends. Danville Advocate. Lyne Bros.,; Brodhead, John Rob- s; ins; Junction Jity, iteynoias Highland Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts. accom-clishmeny, $ Mc-Whort- er, -- Tanlac Secure Walkover Shoes B3 TO Of I S - Wli CI 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 1 WftW I it 1 lav HB II mi run-dow- . -- jcjv-an- Mr. Joe "Baugh has moved to WalS DRUGGISTS Baugh and family nut Flat. An exclusive Tanlac agent is want- have moved to Lee county, near FreHdie Young and H. M. ed in every town, village and cross road in this county. For particulars Hollar have moved into the house and advertising plans address Coop- vacated by.;Mr. Baugh; Charlie Lewis er Medicine Company, Dayton, Ohio. has gone to Freddie Young's place; 22-- 1 Eubert Lewjs and bride are starting STORE-KEEPERHei-delburg. ATTENTION! mmmmaoBsmaaat You ask why. The answer is: MtipuiiiaKMfiail 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 m a class alone. More lasts, more H At9' snap and style. More g stftfk WM-colors and stay on your e (wTTi r.s " WalkoverShoes. i ii i MMMrttf4lkS II K r J ?3k 4 K u feet more days. i rL .x t .v-s- g s- w v HLK jifrti NEK It's WALKOVER for STYLE and SERVICE at $3.50 to $5.00. a newspaper man, a successful politician, the writer of stories that gave him some fame and a polished ornate speaker, has gone to the Soldier's, Home at Dayton, Ohio, to die among his old comrades. Sad end for as clever a man as ever wore shoe leather. Capt. Boone lived in Somerset the greater part of his life, but of late has called Winchester his home. What a terrible thing age is. Capt. Sam M. Boone, a horse in his day as The Glasgow Times, a paper, announces that after April 1st its subscription price will be increased from $1 to $1.50 a year, the raise being necessitated by the enormous increase in the price of white paper. The I. J. is also hit hard by the same cause, but will remain at $1 a year. It will be operated strictly on a basis after April 1st, however, and every subscriber's paper will be stopped when the time for which it is paid, has expired. semi-weekly cash-in-advance "Corns All Gone! Let's ALL Kick!" Xrery Corn Vamufcst 1 derfuL SimpU Pails. ApfHttia 2 Seconds. Isn't It woBderftrt"what a difference just a little "Gets-It- " makes. on corns and calluses? It's always night - world, with, many somewhere in theA "&.." ty Using Won Kever "Wfcee! on forever! Don't their corns yen" do it. Use "Gets-It.- " it's marvelous, simple, never fails. Apply it in to stick totho 2. seconds. stocking, hurt or irritate-- , the toe. Pain stops. .Corn comes I'deanoff," quick. 'lt?sbne of the- gms,of.the' "For world. eofas, calluses, warts, bonloas; "Gets-Jt- " everywhere,-?$iiSji.5sold Bottle, or sent- - direct bv T3,lAWrence , 'S' &Co Chicago,. 111. A TrrKr-you'llklcki-fromJ- Cenu Wit folks humped up, with faces, gouging, picking, drilling out their corns, making .packages of their toes with plasters, baadages, tape and contraptions, and the "holler" in goes cork-screwed I Dea't Care! I Get Rid of My Get-I- t: -- Sold in Stanford aad'.recpsuBend-ed,,as,h- "'" bytbeLsic'eln Pkarmacy; orldDeet e corn remedy, ' V . Defendants Pursuant to judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court in above case, entered at the February, 1916, term, the undersigned Commissioner will at the courthouse door in Stanford, Ky., on Monday, April 10, 1916, at 11 o'clock, a. m offer for sale at public outcry to highest and best bidder the following land in Lincoln county, Ky.: Beginning at a white oak," corner on top of a bridge near a road leading from Bridgewaters, west to Crab Orchard, north 400 yards with J. G. Carpenter's line; thence with meanders of the road facing the beginning and running, due east, 50 feet to the beginning, containing 4 acres, more or less. Said land sold on a credit of six months, purchaser to execute bond payable to Commissioner, bearing 6 per cent interest from date, with approved personal security, lien retained on land sold, with force and effect NeaFs Creek of judgment. E. D.. Pennington, A large crowd attended Sunday M. C. L. C. C. School Sunday. Mr. Taylor Roberts has been on the.tsiek. list, but is better at this The Great Kidney Mediwriting. Miss Verdell Young and Mr. How- cine Fulfills Its Mission. ard Kirk were the guests of Miss Dulcie and Grace" Baugh. I was afflicted with" '"Bladder trouMrs. Nellie Brady, of Highland Park, was the guest of her sister, ble. I suffered such great, pain that Mrs. S. T. Roberts. the doctor had to take my urine. AfCharlie Baugh sold to John Fields ter the doctor had treated me two two hogs at eight cents. Mrs. Jennie Terry and daughter, weeks, I did'npt get any better. Re Miss Katharine, visited Mrs. R. M. membering" that a few doses of Dr. Rainey last week. completely re Kilmer's Swamp-RoCharley Baugh and family moved lieved my Mother-in-Laafter all to the E. L. Terrv nlace. the doctors who were called oh her Irvan Hale has been the guest of case had failed to do her any good, juowara JurK. Mrs. C. G. Belden has been on the I asked my Tiusband to get me a botsick list for several, davs. which he did, and tle of Swamp-Roo- t, There are two couples df young I took it and threw the doctors' prep folks who are expected by their friends to elope to' Tennessee wheer arations away because immediately cret for some time. they will secure license to be mar- after I started taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roried. I was greatly relieved. ill.Mrs. C. M- - Young continues quite 3 Miss Katherine Terry visited Miss My husband "was so pleased he said Rev. Smith, of Kings Mountain, uuicie isaugii last week. should take one dozen bottles of filled Brb. Wright's appointment at .Airs. Sallie Kirk was down to see I Swamp-Roo- t, Tnnr.Tipiv uhn 10 vorrr ciMr but by the time I had the Methodist church Saturday night,1 her seven bottles I was completely Sunday and Sunday night. Rev. Mrs. Felix White and Miss Maud taken Williams were the guests of Miss restored to health. That was six Dulcie Baugh one day last week. years ago and I have not taken any Wbrn-O-ut and , medicine since. My weight is 195 OUT OF THE RACE. Miserable! When one wakes withVtiff Dack, pounds, hdve three children,' do my .pains, in muscles, aches in joints, or own work n a house of twelve rooms, Many Stanford People is This Conrheumatic twinges, he cannot do his and keep boarders. Very truly yours, 'ditioa. MIS. ANNIE BAUGHMAN, best. If you feel out of the race, 657 Newell St. Barbertown, Ohio tired, languid, or have symptoms of There is'little rest for many a kidPersonally appeared before me ney sufferer.' kidney trouble, act promptly. Foley The kidneys feel congested, sore Kidney Pills help the kidneys get rid this 19th. day ..of 'December, 1914, Mrs. Annie Baughman, who sub- and gainful. of poisonous waste matter that cause Urinary passages are often irregscribed the above statement and troubles. Sold everywhere. ular and distressing. made oath that the same is true iir deThe sufferer, tired, wdrn-ou- t; substan.ee and in fact. ' pressed. OPERA HOUSE PROGRAM. W. A. Morton, Notary Public! Weak 'kidneys need, quick help' Need a special kidney remedy. Friday Doan's Kidney Pills have stood the Letter to 4th Chapter of "The Iron Claw" test. Pathe; called "The Name and the I Dr. Kilmer ft Co., Have proven their merit to thousGame." j BiBffkampton, N. Y. ands of kidney sufferers. J'Fresh from the Farm" Pathe Can any Stanford reader doubt Comedy. this evidence? Prove What Swamp-RoSaturday. W. H. Mershon, Lancaster pike, "The Bride of the Nancy Lee" Will Do For You Stanford,, gays: "I, was troubled some Laemmle. Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & time ago by an acute attack, of kid"Col. Steele. Master Gambler" Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sam- ney complaint. My back ached BfeU i and I hadvpains through my ple size' bjbttle.' It will convince any"Pathe Weekly News" Pathe. loins. I felt languid and tired easione. .You will also' receive a' .book ly. t, voted Monday. Den's Kidney Pills and ' "Neal of the Navy," chapter? 3 let; of valuable information, '.telling ,they..fixed,3teW.up.alixight, the sec " T Pathe; ! curing mer about the kidneys When ond 1 "Heihey 'atfd Louie" (comedy) " writing,- - be" sure fnd mention the. , Price- - 50e.r at all dealers. Don't ' Pathe. kicmey remedy Stanford Interior Journal. Regular sHMskr. .ask for a Pilte-rt- he Tuuday (Paramount) ' same Kidney efc Doan's fifty-ceElsie J&nis in "Nearly, a Lady" .size, bottles tkwfr.Mr., MeshdB had. Foster-Mil--' and for. bwnsCevrEpefsBuffale, N. Y. 24-- 1 uwiWiuu. ;,;,v at all. drue stores; v ?'." last-week-- was arrested, charged with the murder of Miss Eva Gregory, who was ambushed near her home in western Hardin county Tuesday and Will Roy Dupin is held as an accomplice. All the evidence is circumstantial. The London Sentinel says that County Judge W. L. Brown, of Laurel county was indicted in two cases. One indictment charged wilf neglect of official duty in connection with the heating and lighting of the court house. The second charged misfeasance in office in connection with the road business. A banquet was tendered officials of the Queen & Crescent railroad Tuesday night by the Somerset Board of Commerce at the Newtonian Hotel. This was in recognition of the putting pn of the Somerset Spe-- . cial to run daily from Helenwood, Tenn. It is figured that the train will be worth thousands of dollars to the merchants and business men of Somerset. $5,000,000. Miss Ella Monroe Commissioner's Sale R. L. Dishon's Admr., vs. R. L. Dishon's Heirs. Plaintiffs ot w, housekeeping where Charlie Lewis moved from. Corbett Young has moved to the old Godfrey Baugh place while H. R. Young, who has been living at Stanford for several years, has moved into the house vacated by Corbett Young. Several people from this place attended the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Bastin at Mt. Moriah last Tuesday. Mrs. Florence Hatfield, who has been visiting Mrs. Muriel Hatfield and other relatives, has returned to her mother's, Mrs. Jim Griffin, on South Fprk.1( Word has reached here that Mr. J. G. Baughand family, who recently sold out hereto, move to Missouri, have retu'rnea to,!Kentucky, and are stopping in Louisville for the pres" ' ent. Miss Jennij? Young, who stays in Stanford, spent a few days with her . mother here Mr. Clarence Burton, who has been in Kansas, and later in Detroit, came in to visit his parents here. Mr. Cap Butt has also returned from Detroit.--. Mr. Ernest Jones, who recently moved here from Tennessee, has sold his farm to Mr. Lonnie Padgett for $500 and will return to Tennessee. Mr. Padgett. expects to build a nice house on it soon. Mrs. Rosa Diggs, of Burnside, has been visiting Mr. Rube Melton and other relatives here. Mrs. Beulah Hatfield and sons were the guests of Mrs. Millard Hatfield over Sunday. ' Mr. Goebel 'Jones, who has recjmt--J iy purcnaseu m. new uuggy, j& uie most popular qoy near Highland now.' He has all' the girls riding with him a fey at ajnme. Prof. J. L'iHodges and 'Mr. H. O. Young, are conducting singings at the Methodist,church on Sunday afternoons nows The class expects to go to Neal's Creek next Sunday. Mrs. Ritta Chestnut has received word that- her son, Ben Chestnut, of Somerset, is rejoicing over the arrival of a beautiful daughter at his home The little lady has been named Vireinia. Ben was married last year to. a Miss Lettie Cundiff, of Somerset, put kept the wedding a se -- McRoberts & Bailey. Wright is visiting his aged mother in Wayne county. Mrs. Jennie Baugh is suffering CENT -A- -WORD ADS from an attack of the grip. (Ads here are i cent a word each isPat Baugh, of McKinney, was over sue, cash with order; no ad. less Sunday to see one of Highland's than 25c each issue.) belles. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. on East Main street. Apply to Ewalt 22-- tf Givens, Stanford. FOR RENT. Four-roo- m cottage John Tratler's Admr., Etc., vs. ORDER. John Tratler's Heirs, etc., The creditors of John Tratler, deceased, are directed to appear before E. D. Pennington, the Master Commissioner of the Lincoln Circuit Court and present their claims and prove same as is required by law, on or before the 15th day of May, 1916. Given under my hand this, the 21st day of March, 1916. brown FOR SALE. M. C. NEWLAND, leghorn eggs for setting; 50c for set24-2- F Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court ting of 15 eggs; one. milk can. Call phone 187, address box ' FAIR MEETING SATURDAY.. 20-- tf 513.. The Knights of Pythias are asked WE received late this week some to meet in the lodge room next Saturday afternoon at 2:30 to discuss the more mighty pretty spring style hats. fair proposition. A full attendance Come in and see them Saturday. of the lodge members is desired. By Miss Ella May Saunders, Stanford, 24-- 1 order of S: T. Harris, president. 23-- 2 Ky. Full-blood- ed ATTENTION HEMP GROWERS. See T. D. Newland's new seed drill for sewing hemp seed and all kinds OUR thoroughbred Angus Bull, of small grain. This machine will one Wilson's Pride, will be permitted to pay for itself in saving seed in 24-3 cows at season. serve a limited number of $3. J. M. Cress & Son, Stanford, R. 23-- 2 D. No. 4. . NOTICE Creditors of Carroll. L. Dudderar will file their claims propMiss Prill Newbern having decided to remain in Hustonville, Miss Mary erly proven with the undersigned at D. Kennedy, will be ably assisted by once and those indebted to him will Miss Annie Ellis at their sewing please settle. J. F. Dudderar, Adrooms at the home of Mrs. Annie ministrator. 21-- 3 23-- 2 Newland, 357 West Main. A BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. Wanted, a man with $4,000, to engage in manufacture and sale of a freshly patented household article sale, inwhich has a country-wid- e cluding sale of county rights. $20,-00- 0 possible and probable profits for first year. Full' "investigation. Address for particulars, Wright, 608 Inter-Southern Building, Louisville, 23-l- Ky. p EASTER NEXT MONTH ,.:. PREPARE ', YOURSELF j ot , r FOR THE ATTACK. We have now on Jlffo. JbHsAt'n , "tpSr 8 Tired, JAlI the New Colors twMjSrffl TjOdWjt I I - in the celebrated "Griffon" Clothes, t ffll tfl I I For Men and Young Men. None better. Prices are 'right. These are by far fill lill 1 VJ I ft ltt I I 1 the nicest selection of Clothing ever brought to -- . r"l II lll 'In !ltt Mn 111 OUAM4NTIIO -- ot ROBINSONS lftk con-fetant- ly '&U 4 I I I I I ylB l . and-bladder- -- - nt one-doll- ar ; :.::-.- . ' -- ' i " .'' - ' ..V Vt- N . Ai W.t- I The Ihteriot j6urnalr:Strfdrd, Kehtucky:riday;rMarcK 24, 1916 MrsJohn Sairl Owsley is visiting . relatives at Lexington. , 1 J. L. Beazley went up 'to .Middles-bor- o Saturday to visit friends. J. Fox Dudderar arid George F. were in Lexington Sunday. It !s written into life's expectations that J. H. Poynter was at London sevmotherhood is the one sublime accom eral days last week. plishment.. And It Ben Pruittj of Moreland, was in there ia, anything, no Saturday calling on friends. town matter how simple, howrlappdrcntly trivial Miss Maud Arnold has returned it may seem, if It can home from a pleasant weeks' visit aid, help, assist or in with Miss Jennie Lawrence. any way comfort the R. G. Hampton, of Lebanon Juncexpectant mother, it fa It blessing. And such tion, spent several days with relais .o remedy called tives early in the week. "Mother's F r i e nd." Sam Fisher, of the Welsh & WiseYou apply It over the man. staff, of Danville, spent Sunday stomach muscles. It is here withtfie home folks. gentlys rubbed on the I surface, Miss Blanche Barnett, of Huston-vill- e, and makes the mnsrlca nUnnf. has been the guest of Miss Eliz- - this Maternity! The THIS 58-Year-Old De-Bor- de Word of Words Mk?8 Bank Miss Maryetta Myers is visiting-lie- r iwtj. uncle, W. C; Myers in Casey county, i Mrs. Leila Cook has returned from a visit to Mrs. Manly Tyree, her niece at Raleigh, N. C. Miss Myrtle Brent went to Paint Lick Sunday to visit her uncle, Will Colson and family. Harry Lawson, of Millersburg, was the guest of his uncle, Martin Law-so- n week. Mrs. Jake Robinson has gone to Chattanooga for a visit Mrs. J. W. Powell and Mrs. Nannie P. Harper, of Hustonville are guests of Mrs. J. P. Harper on East Main street Danville Advocate. Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Skiles, of Louisville, have been guests of their son, Cashier H. G. Skiles, of the Crab Orchard Banking Company, and family, in the East End this week. Rev. and Mrs. M. D. Early, and Miss Mary Early and Prescott Brown, motored to Lexington, and saw "The Birth of a Nation" this week. The 'ii"n ;j '.'it. and other relatives here this England, Germany and France Agree on one thing,if on no other. They all prohibit the sale of alum baking powders. Refers to its Long and Honorable Career for Honesty, Fair Dealing And Satisfactory Service To its Customers as ,fijiarantee of its Ability to Secure Your Deposits and to There must be a good reason for this. It is because alum was found to be un-health- ful. 1 of Highland ggj-r' And & Veme returned home Sunday after a, proaches, the mind--- ! gone, throtttff a to S. T. Roberts and family., riodof repose, "of gentle expectancy, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McKee Riffe IWs has an unquestioned Influence upon the eenced wereill-the cuests of relatives in Hus i ub""e Sh!ld- - 'rhat thIs is -C J uj uv .uvfr iuui UUCC (,u(uuuuu3 jjl U1ULUCX9 picture was particularly interesting xl wuviue cjujiuay. . . have used and recommended "Mother's the popular 'Baptist minister, who juncaia, or viincinnara, spent Friend." Ask votir nearest' idruinrist for to a Confederate veteran himself. j. j?. aays bottle of this- splendid remedy. He will get is nere last wees wun nis several Mrs. C. E. Tate and family, Mr. it for you. And then write to.Bradfleld Reg.son,' W. P. Kincaid aicr. family. Bld., Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. W. H. Shanks, Mr. and Mrs. Co., : w atson ana miss fim-m- a ulator most 467 Lamar book-o. r.. irs. x. witnessed "The Birth of a for a . As your needs require. interesting information Harrv Carter, Mrs. Annie Engleman, Hays to prospective mothers. It is mailed fre. Mrs. Susan Yeager, Mrs. Ben F. Jen Nation" at Lexington Wednesday. you- will enjoy. Write today1. It is fe book nings, Dr. and Mrs. T. W. PenningMiss Mae Scott, of .Covington, is Paid oh Time Certificates and Per' ton, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Baughguest of Miss Ella .Scott and oththe R. M. Baker, bf the "Hubble sec- man, Mrs, J. W. Baughman, J. N. er relatives. Friday on busi- Menefee, Jr., John Reid McKinney, tion,, Savings Accounts. W. S. Hamilton, a business man, ness." was in town A. C. Coffey, James Tribblei Ewalt of Richmond, was in the city WedMiss Mayme Wilkinson, of Junc- Givens, Louis Proctor, H. C. Carpennesday. guest of Miss Grace ter, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Sevei-ance- , Mesdames Bourne and Tuggle, of tion City, is the Mrs. Wm. Severance, Mrs. H. J. Winchester, are guests of the family Hurst. ' Howard Newland went to Lexingand Miss Anne D. McRob-ert- s, of W. R. Willis. '"The Birth bf a ton Tuesday Mr. and Mrs., Jay Howenstine, ', Mrs. .Edgar Reynolds1 .and Miss Nation,". Iind Miss Teaii 'PatrrcK as- W. H. Wearen, Miss. Belle Denny, Ruth Beck, of McKinney. spent Nancy and sisted in Newland'& Son's store dur- Mrs. J- - C.Eubanks, Prof. .Wilson, town with Misses ing his ; Emma T.VK. ' Mrs. James Mershon MaynYe Personal and Social Lebanon Junction thiscame up from Elizabeth Hunn. - who has been ' Miss absence. Overstreet: of Parks- - Miss .Howard Hays, Mrs.Mr. and Wat Mrs. son, Newland, morning to Mrs. G. B. Turley, visit C. Hays Foster, were among the visit relatives. visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. T. ville, has returned home after a Mrs. many Davis. sister; Mrs. from this section who saw the Mrs. T. K. Watson went over to Bruce, returned to her home at to her accompanied Kd '..home Social Calendar. her for a big picture play, "The Birth, of a Davis Lancaster this morning for a hrief Richmond Wednesday. March 29 The Logan-WhitlNation" at Lexington this week. Drs.' Chas. Hart and Weddle, of short stay. visit to her father. Matheriy entertainChapter of D. A. --t., will meet with Hustonville, came down Wednesday ed Miss Elizabeth guest; Miss Blanch Dr. W. B. Hunn came up . from in honor of her Mrs. J. C. McClary at 2:30 p. m. Shelby City early this week to see night to see the big show at the op- Barnett Tuesday evening. They were Heard About Town era house. Dan Traylor who is quite ill. ' which a at rook' Emmett Cabell, the efficient clerk entertained luncheon after served. Dr. A. S. Price's many friends will T. J. Hill, Jr., went to Louisville Mrs. W. K. Warner is in Louiswas delightful of J. H. Baughman fartSb., is con- Those present were: Miss Josephine be glad to know that he has recovThursday for a few days' stay. ville visiting her sister, Mrs. J. F. fined to his home with.a bad attack Carpenter arid Mr. Hubert Carpen- ered from his illness and is back in Miss Mary Craig Hayden, of Paris, Neighbors. Her sister, Miss Virginia of grip. Craig and Mr. his dental office. grandmother, Bourne, of Garrard, is here keeping is the guest of her Mrs. W. H. Jones and little son, ter; Miss Sallie Mills W. W. Bradley, postmaster at Phil, house for her in her absence. Will Yager; Miss Elizabeth Higgins Mrs. Parmelia Brown. Howard, of Winchester, are spending "and Mr. D. B. Spragens; Miss Eliz- Casey county, and Mrs. Jennie Hansa few days this week with her mother abeth ElHridge and Mr. Will Grimes ford, were married by County Judge Mrs. Lucy Holtzclaw. Bright. Sharp at Liberty Sunday. Miss Myrtle Kleeman, of New and Mr. and Mrs. Morrison Miss Mary D. Kennedy and Miss York, was at Severance's store sev Anna Ellis have rented a room at eral days this week representing the Cleanses . the home of Mrs. Annie Newland and Butterick Publishing Company. will open a dress making department. Mrs. S. B. Faulkner and little son, Makes It Beautiful, R. M. Newland has moved his inRoss Faulkner, of Ludlow, were visisurance office from the store of T. D. ting her mother, Mrs. A. G. FaulkThick, Glossy, Wavy Newland & Son, to the front room ner at Highland. over W. H. Higgins' store. Miss Belle- Denny and brother, R. HEALTH AND VIGOR NECESSIHis host of friends here regret to G. Denny, were in Paint Lick Wed-nesd- Try This! AH Dandruff Disappears learn that Col. Robert Harding, of TATE REGULATION OF ORto attend the burial of Mrs. Danville, is confined to his home with GANS OF ELIMINATION. and Hair Stops Coming Out. Ed Walker. illness. Mrs. W. S. Kiser, of Paris, has The Somerset News says that MesSkin foods and face creams and been here with her husband, who has srs. Gill Cowan and John Murphy, of powders cannot make a woman beauSurely try a "Danderine Hair this county, attended the burial of been receiving hemp here for Spears tiful, because beauty lies deeper & Son, of that city. CleansV' if you wisli to immediately their relative, Mrs. Jane Cowan, in ' L. W. Hughes, of Memphis, spent double the beauty of your hair. Just than that it depends on health. In city. most cases the basis of health and Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Julia moisten a cloth with Danderine and that T. Parson has just completed R. can be traced the cause of sickness Hughes and his brother, L. R. Hughes draw it carefully through your hair, and improving the inteto the action of the bowels. taking one small strand at a time, rior of the residence of E. T. Pence, here. lassitude, the The headache, the Mrs.. Will Scott, of Danville, who this will cleanse the Hair of dust, dirt on Hustonville street and . is now ar few minsallow skin, and the lusterless eyes has been taking a special course in or any excessive oil-i-ri painting the home of J- - W,. Baughare usually caused by constipation. music at Cincinnati, "spent Sunday utes you will be rtmajsed,' Your hair man. An ideal remedy for women, and one here with her sister, Mrs. E. L. Rein-har- t. will be wavy, fluffy ? and abundant Judge Charles A. Hardin, of that is especially suited to their deliand possess an incomparable' soft' has just bought from locate organisms, is found in Dr. CaldMrs. Tabitha Peek and son, Thom- ness, lustre and luxuriance. cal Agent H. C. Carpenter, a 1916 well's Syrup Pepsin, a mild laxative Besides beautifying the hair, one model Maxwell roadster, which is a as Peek, of Eddyville, came, early in compound, pleasant to the taste and the week for a visit to her son, J. W. application of. Danderine dissolves beauty in every way. free from opiates and narcotic drugs ' ' 'i Peek and family, near Turnersville. everv particle of' dandruff; invigo Local Agent Henry' C. Anderson of every description. Mrs. Gertrude Mrs. J. W. Cocking and daughters, rates' and strengthens them. Its ex sold another Ford life-pr- o Liberty St., InJordan, 522 North Misses Ruth and Margaret and Misses hilarating, stimulating and touring car to G. H. Masters here dianapolis, Ind., says: "It is simply Margaret Beck and Louise Gann, of ducing properties cause the hair to last week. John- B. Jones, on the fine; I have never been able to find McKinney were in town shopping row Ions', strong and beautuul MRS. GERTRUDE JORDAN Knob Lick pike has also bought a anything to compare with Dr. CaldMonday. You can surely have pretty, soft, Ford touring car. .. Pepsin. I started using in drug stores for fifty cents a botwell's Syrup Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Jennings, Miss lustrous hair, and lots of it, if you A handsome new office is being bottle of it for the baby and now it is my tle: a trial bottle can be obtained. Annie Jennings, and Miss Nora Port-- will just get a by the Crab Orchard Milling family jtandby in all cases where a free of charge, Tiy writing to Dr. W. wnnrl nf Fhinvillp trio cniPsts Knowlton's Danderine from any drug erected Company, which under its new ownB. Caldwell, '454 Washington St., Sunday of Ben F. Jennings and fam- - store or toilet counter and try it as laxative is needed." ership of Mr. Cummins and F. G 24-Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is sold .immuceiio, xu. nv. directed. Hurt, formerly of Lancaster, but now associated with Mr. Cummins, prom ises to have a most successful seaMrs. Nellie "" Brady - -- . .. . PTTlftneinn tnlratt gj relieves the strain on ligaments, natural iwl-j- nlnia lUrifhmifr b rA.. be-vis- ap-Par- k, it LOAf YOU 3 Cent MONEY -- t13 f -. - Royal Baking Powder is made of cream bf tartar, derived from grapes, a natural food product, and contains no alum nor other questionable ingredients. - ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York 1 First National Bank. ey -.- - Mc-Rober- ts, Mt. Moriah We are having some I i tio'-se- e Sat-urday-- 'in at present and the farmers ipbse of putting up a blacksmith sn'op. oi tnis section are quite Dusy getting We wish him much success." ready for farmings It is quite restful Miss Clara Bennett gave a sing to see farmers stirring about and beautiful ! to this place last week for the Grove last Saturday and Sunday, Mr- - Fred Sims and familv moved pur-weather -- Says Woman's Beauty Depends Upon Health YourHair Saturday night to hearing the sweet songs of the spring ing lasther friends on were several week. There of birds, after a long cold bleak win youngsters present and the hospitalter. them, by the little hostess ity The Mt. Moriah neighborhood has was shown a pleasure to each one indeed been wrapped in gloom since our enjoyment. last letter, over the death of two of who participated in the Miss Oretha Mr. Fonzo Berry and her Christian members who passed Warfield were pleasant callers of from this low ground of sorrow into Mrs. Burnside last Sunday afternoon, a world that is bright as day. Mr. and son, ArMr. S. L. Bastin, B. D.. Hiatt's spirit took its flight to thur, motored over wife in their car from a beautiful home abdve, on March Lexington to see their parents, Mr. 5th, and Mrs. A. A. Bastin, his sister, followed March 12th. Both were and Mrs. J. D. Bastin. Somerset, Mr. Chas. Boone, of devout Christians, and will be greathome a few ly missed. Bro. Hiatt had been a his parents, days' visit atMrs. J.with 11. Mr. and deacon in the Mt. iloriah church for Boone. years. Large crowds paid their last Little William Dawes has been tribute of respect to these good peo- en--joy- ed --.la ota-zHn- o. -, v,o i,n,i;Dt. ... WAt 1t imgr - av ng -- Har-rodsbur- g, Mr. Fonzo Berry has returned to Kentucky after spending two or three years in Arizona and California. Mr. Berry's friends were glad to welcome him back to Lincoln county again. Mr. John Spires has been quite sick, but is some better we are glad to state. JVIrs. James Floyd and pretty little daughter, Flossie and Mrs. J. W. Young were pleasant callers at Mrs. B. D. Hiatt's Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. B. D. Hiatt had a pleasant visit with Mrs. Joe Gerkey Sunday, Mrs. Ed Terry and children, of Neal's Creek section, is visiting her mother and brothers before going to Detroit. Mrs. Emma. Delaney'and children, of Cincinnati, were at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. A. A. Bastin. Edward Smith visited his sister at tery. UlU.V0 ;- n,n W11V tfco!,. ;tQ,-- 0f ATf tviv.-- ;!, -- -- ? oiv.iv, :- -i. uuu : auwic ucuci cu iu ia . . ?- AIAUl -- &A- w-o-- img. . . Miss Florence Dawes came home from Hustonville to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dawes, and to attend the funeral of Mrs. A. A. Bastin. The young folks had a surprise party at Mr. Chas. Warfield's last Thursday night in honor of Miss Jo-sibirthday. All went away feeling glad to have oeen there. e's Changeable Weather Brings Sickness The changeable weather of March causes coughs, colds, croup and grip. There is no such thing as a "light coM" none that a person can safely neglect. Foley's Honey and Tar is a safe and reliable family medicine that heals inflamed, congested air passages, stops coughs and eases breathing. Sold everywhere. five-passeng- er - ar 25-ce- nt XdcmeifCnee 1. ) The Calendar Tells Us 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. Begin jto get ome lighter wearing apparel, or spring fever will soo)ti be ' in your blood. . Suits, Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Under go. Covington. Judge Charles A. Hardin, of has been assigned by Gov. Stanley to hold a special term of the Graves Circuit Court at Mayfield to preside at the trial of several arson Judge Hardin adjourned a cases. special term in his own district to Har-rodsbu- son. Roscoe C. Simmons, a nephew of the late colored leader Booker Washington, will apeak at the colored First Baptistjfchurch in Danville next Sunday afternoon, and there is much interest among'Tiis race in the meeting. A number 'of white people will hear him. Local relatives of the bride, who are many were interested in the announcement from Richmond this week of the wedding of Miss Tommie Cole Covington and Wm. Millard, which took place at the home of Rev. I. , J. Spencer in Lexington last Saturday. The groom is connected with the wholesale firm of M. C. Kellogg & Co., while the bride is the attrac tive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. T. rg, Jnvcdtib rv W.i. WCrt.''4 Ay Now in Good Health Through Use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Say it is Household Necessity. Doctor Called it a Miracle. All women ought to know the wonderful effects of taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound even on those who seem hopelessly ill. Here are three actual cases: Harrisburg, Perm.---" "When I was single I a great deal from female "weakness because my work compelled me to stand all day. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for that and was made stronger by its use. After I wa married I took the Compound again for a female trouble and. after three months I passed what the doctor called a growth. He said it was a miracle that it came away as one generally goes under"-thknife to have them removed. Tneverwant to be without your Compound in the houSe." Knobl, 1642 Fulton St., Barrisburg, Penn. Mrs.-Fkan- wear and . 3 AH Kinds of :; f.J L Haberdashery. ready-to-we- ar ss We have everything new in and boys. Come in an to buy, will b Copyright for men ' ...;A v-- 'rtcrf uk'-m- . A shwfct. ) ,- j j i vV aMttVIaffBrfclLv.. 1 j If you ar not eady anv wax JL DUTT T IDCPL.iI A AiLJUJL--- i JL -- '- T 1 ''-,- .- . VSTAllFOn'S BIGGEST STORE WiT t P ML Jk-AB--IJL- -lm '!'- - -' - - , TDC A IWF . greatly from the terrific fire there Wednesday. His store was almost in blocks burned the path of the d its contents were but the building-ansaved by hard work. D. D. Carrico, assistant superintendent of the "plant department of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company with headquarters at Frankfoxt, was? here this week superintending some improvements being made in the local plant. Mr. Carrico was manager at Stanford about a year ago and proved himself one of the most efficient and popular .men the company has ever had in charge of the 'local office. He has been kept busy while here shaking hands with the host of friends he made in this section. Lexington J Automobile, and . The Spring Stye Show next week was advertised thoroughly and popularly here last week by "two prominent young Lexington, business" men, Mprs., W. CsFisherj advertising manager of the great clothing firm, 6 'Graves, ;Cox&' Co., and Steve of the auto 'firm of Mar shall Fjjatherstpne (,Co. Botknaen 30-odd -Fea-thersto- Lincoln county friends of Mose L. Cook, who conducts a drug store in the East End of Nashville, will be glad: to learn that he did not suffer1 k "For about a year I had sharp pains across my back and hips and was hardly able to move around the house. IVIy head would ache and I was dizzy and had no. appetite. After taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and liver Pills, I am feeling stronger than for years. I have a little boy eight months old and am doing my work all alone. I would not be without your remedies in the house as there are none like them.5 JUrs. F. F. Yost, 611 Water St, Albert Lea, Minn. Lea,-Min-n. Albert Hardly Able to Move. ne'. . V Ju,tf-M'- l' mm ' mmmmmmmmimmmmm w?.o -- ' .? - '3r tWt r ;4 the ipeopleroje. .this part.ef term "tte know in unmistakable decid- ih 't Lexington" is eetMr to be . on the. map' nfc;wek. me wonderfully. When I was a girl 18 years old I was always, sickly and delicate and suffered from irregularities. Three doctors gave me up and said r I would go into consumption. I took; Lydia E. ill till Mgj.V JrHWlll Pinkham's Vegetable Comnound tho third bottle began tfr feel better. soon beeame regular ana strong and shortly after Pwas married. H Now I.have two nice, stoufcnealthy childtceai suMtaaa liimmmWKj' " able to work Tiard every day." JMrs. Cixiasrnkk 9TJ3Sfi DuKBvrKo,34 Gardner StTroHill,Pittsburg:Pem. All WOe areimvitful tn wHfn tofhaTJnTr TivVa-r-- k. cine Cat, Ly-i- B Mas., for special advic ' ' " "6 111 : Three Doctors Gave Her Up. illllBBIllllll Pittsburg, Penn. "Tour medicine has helped " nn"'"-3- I and-wit- h , i-g- ot I tKv,-rniifl-frntinT.' ' V, .' ' 41" .Wfr --. ' ..''" Page Six ,The Interior. Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 24, 1916 MMXKMMMMMMMftMMXKMXXN 4V-vKnmrf 5, mH -- HS I- - g '& JJw xmwJs W ' Mn z0m& 4mtJL Does Pain Interfere? There is a remedy tM X X X "IRejKSl Author of "THE OCCASIONAL OFFENDER." THE X X X 5 X X X X X (SSI no consulted nis watcnTrora time order!" heavy-pillare- d WIRE TAP-PERS- ." runners;etc Novelized from " "GUN ONLY A FEW MORE DAYS Then This Radical Suit Reduction of Ours Will Be At An End. It is the turning point of the season for cabinets for the new styles for Spring. Woolen prices' are soaring, dyes are growing scarcer daily, any suit in our stock will be worth 20 to 25 per cent, more next Fall. Many of the suits are medium weights, garments that can be worn till mid-Summe- THE PATHE PHOTO PLAY OF THE SAME NAME UfMt, AUTHUR STMNCU Sloan's Liniment fltx Read this unsolicited grateful testimony Not long ago my left knee became lame and sore. It pained me many restless nights. So serious did it become that I was forced to consider giving up my work when I chanced to think of Sloan's Liniment. Let me say less than one bottle fixed me up. Clias. C. Campbell, Florence, Tex. X x X X X M Byswnr xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Notice Of Election. Saturday, May 13, 1916. Regular term Lincoln county court held March Hon. J. P. Bailey, Judge, presiding. It appearing that a petition signed by more than one hundred and fifty legal voters, who are free holders of Lincoln county, "was filed in the office of the clerk of the Lincoln county court, and with i.he judge thereof, on the 3th day of March, 1916, for the purpose of submitting to the legal voters of saici county the question of whether the Fiscal court of said county, shall issue and sell the bonds of said county in an amount not to exceed two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) , said bonds to be sold and the proceeds arising therefrom to be used in building, constructing and reconstructing pikes, roads and bridges in Lincoln county, and through territory hereinafter designated by the Fiscal court, and the court being sufficiently advised, now orders that said election be held at the time and for the purpose stated in said petition, and that Jas. G. Wdatherford, Sheriff of Lincoln county, be and he is hereby directed to cause a poll to be opened and an eleciton to be held in the county of Lincoln on the 3th day of May, 1916. And he "will cause the poljs to be opened in each and all of the voting precincts in said county; and he is directed to advertise said election and the object thereof at least 30 days next before the dajr thereof in some newspaper having the largest circulation in the county, also by printed hand bills posted up at not less than four public places, in each voting precinct in the county and at the court house door. All legal voters of said county shall ' be privileged to vote at said election. A Copy Attest: G. B. COOPER, Clerk Lincoln County Court Pursuant to the above order of the Lincoln county court, an election will be held in Lincoln county, at all the voting precincts thereof, on Saturday, May 13, 1916, between the hours of 6 a. m. and 4 p. m., and all legal voters of said Lincoln county will.be permitted to vote at said election, and at which election the following question will be submitted: "Are you in favor of issuing $200,-00- 0 in bonds for the purpose of building roads and bridges?' Witness my hand as sheriff, this, the 24th day of March, 1916, J. G. WEATHERFORD, Sheriff Lincoln County 13, 1916, 1 1 back entrance itself. "In one minute," he announced, "they'll get a dose of the medicine they Again he gave us this morning." looked at his watch. A sudden thud and roar of sound cut off all smaller sounds. Then came human bethe cries of terror-stricke- n help, hoarse ings, shrill calls for shouts from stalwart figures in uniforms, and the sudden shrill of a poThe clamor and liceman's whistle. tumult of the streets rose above the g quick and throb of engine bells, the gongs of ambulances, patrol wagons the rattle of iron-tirepounding over car rails, the shouts of patrolmen already forming their cordon around the ruins. "Fire!" was the cry that filled the canyon! "The building's on fire!"" And it was then that Legar replaced his watch in his pocket, and tossing aside the field glasses through which he had been viewing the street, showed that he was once more himever-nearind blue-coate- d dust-crowne- The captain called to a couple of to time, with his eyes always going his men. hungrily back to the bug-shoot- er "Tierney, and you, Doolan, take this in charge." "Then telephone to Stonington himself," cried the frantic Manley struggling in the grip of his captors. Get him on the wire himself, and see what us-t- he time to clear our . he says!" x "Patterson," he called out. "Take charge here, and don't let this motor truck move an inch until I verify this Then he order of Stonington's." turned to Manley. "You come with me." The triumphant light soon went out of young Manley's face, however, as he stood Beside the captain in the telephone booth. He could hear that official call for 'the number, ask for Stonington, and crisply demand of the banker if the order for the vault transfer was authentic or not "Of course it's authentic! And I want to know what this game is! What are you and your bunch out there trying to put over?" But Manley knew what he knew. "I tell you that wasn't Stonington that spoke. It couldn't have been!" cried the desperate young secretary. The captain was already on his feet and fighting his way back to the fire lines. "Then suppose you go up and tell him he's been dreaming," mocked the irate official. "Then get his affidavit to that effect and amble back with it." Manley himself was already darting for the door. "That's just what I'll do," he called out as he made fcr the corner of Broadway on the run, and there, still on the run, leaped to the running board of an empty taxicab north bound. Manley's wait on Stonington's doorstep was doubly disquieting. Still more disquieting, however, was that obese banker's reply to the questions so fiercely hurled at him. "I gave out no such order. And no such telephone call ever came to my house tonight!" "Then get your phone, quick!" Man-le- y warned him. "Get police headquarters and stop that raid. Stop it inside of ten minutes or your bank'll look like a last ear's bird nest!" The excited man of finance, who had been shouting to his servants, suddenly ran to the nearest desk phone and struggled with the instrument. But his struggles were fruitless." "My phone's dead," he cried out to Manley. "I can't raise central! I -- r. A few suits still remain at $12.50 and $15. , d At $16.50 Sn excellent assortment of suits, every size, this son's newest fabrics and styles, conservative and novelty models. sea- At $20 and $25 suits reduced from our highest priced lines, the finest of our Graco and Kelsington models. The New Spring Suits: The styles for Spring strike a new note in tailoring. Suits for young men especially have undergone a complete style rejuvenation, and the radical '16 innovations are too numerous to metion here. New fabrics, also, and colors which typify the spirit of the season and the times. Come in for a "look'' today. New Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Neckwear, Gloves, Etc. self. "Now's the time, men," he announced to his followers, "to get ready for work!" The Biter Bitten. The news of the Third National bank outrage soon spread through the city. And as the resultant fire grew in intensity the crowd in the neighborhood grew in volume. Police reserves, marshaled, by a stalwart and stern-face- d captain, had already established their fire lines and still fought back the overcurious that trampled the long scorpions of black hose and kept edging and shouldering ever closer to the scene of the great catastrophe. mob of human beings, Golden himself, alighting frrm that car, pleaded and stormed in vain with the inexorable ofiicials confronting him. And while he still frenziedly argued and demanded a hearing with the officers in charge, a second vehicle made its way towards the still smoldering ruins. This second vehicle was a motor truck on which was mounted not only a number of men in the uniform of bank attendants, but also a police lieutenant, who had been requisitioned to clear a way through the crowd. For this was not the intrusion of mere curiosity seekers. That much the captain in charge of the police lines promptly discovered when he was on the point of ordering both truck and attendants out of the forbidden territory. For the cool-eyeman in command of that truck had come well armed for any such emergency. Into the astonished hand of the police offd There was no relaxing of vigilance, in fact, when the limousine of Enoch Golden himself came throbbing and crawling through that densely packed GRAVES, COX & COMPANY. INCORPORATED LEXINGTON, KY. a marked preterence 'for gloom, since or an inverted crescent. neither his cabin nor his deck lamps were alight. Equally without light was the lumbering truck which crawled cautiously down to the lip of the wharf, where, after an exchange of quiet whistled signals, a number of vaguely outlined figures set about lifting a pile of small but sturdy canvas sacks and boxes from the motor truck to the waiting'launch. This was done in utter silence. The moment tho transfer had been completed the launci slipped out from the wharf shadow. Morose as seemed the man steering ilist. launch,the two, newcomers who "EaS" been"o"ru"erecr "aooara nis"crait, after it had been so silently and quickly loaded, occupied much of his attention. It was soon plain, however, that he had small wish for conversation with them. When, after three miles of silent travel, during which the man at the wheel had responded with nothing more than a sulky grunt, one of the newcomers suddenly struck a match and held it close to the face, the hands gripping the wheel quite as suddenly relinquished their hold and fastened themselves about the throat of the overinquisitive cargo sentry. Before his companion, standing quite close to the bow of the boat, could quite realize the meaning of the movement, the two men beside the wheel were writhing and stamping and panting about the narrow deck. Fierce as that fight was, it was not a prolonged one. For the man, despite his age, with one final effort, succeeded in lifting his opwhite-bearded white-bearded white-bearded deck-board- i can't raise anything!" "Then beat it for that bank of yours," advised Manley as he made for the door. "Take me with you; for God's sake take me with you," cried Stonington, catching up his hat and coat and fol- lowing him. "I can't,", retorted the young man as he darted for his waiting taxi. "I've got to look for a crook called Oyster Joe!" The police lines about the ruins of the Third National bank, as Manley icial document from the president of the Third National himself: This letter of introduction read: To the Officials in Charge: Acting on an emergency decision of our herewith authorize the directors, agents of the Western National Bank to take possession of and remove the contents of Third National Bank vaults to the vaults of the Western National. As this decision was arrived at to frustrate any possible interference with our gold and collateral when so obviously exposed, I trust you will do everything possible to expedite the removal of this treasure to a place of 1 he thrust an authcritative-lookin- g Rubber Tirin I am well-equippe- d Tiring at all times and the best of tires Cooper and Firestone prices $ 0 to $ 4. Work guaranteed. : 1 1 to' do all kinds of Rubber E. T. PENCE. Lf - ::::::: V And it became more and more evideni that no timely interception was to rob Legar and his men cf their spoils. The heavy truck was already crawling out from the curb, its great wheels crunching over cinders and charred wood, as a messenger ran up to the) officer in charge, safety. calling him to the telephone. Yours very truly, That official held the receiver in his JOHN ELIOT STONINGTON, hand as the motor truck, gathering President. At the same time that the police 'speed as it threaded its way through captain, acting on this peremptory or- a narrow aisle of open asphalt formed der, was clearing a path to the neigh- by surging humanity, rounded the corborhood of the still smoking vaults, ner into Broadway, thundered northEnoch Golden, with Margery and Man-le- y ward for three blocks, and again at his side, was fighting to break turned eastward. By the time John Stonington's through ' those jealously guarded fire lines. And at the sight of the motor reached the bank, following the truck and the Western National at- warning already tsent on from headtendants his antics became even more quarters, an empty vault lay amid the smoking ruins and Legar's galleon on frenzied than before. you I've got to get in there!" wheels, loaded to the brink with its "I tell he shouted to the apathetic patrolman stolen gold, had slipped away unchallenged through the darkness and all holding him back. "Yes," agreed the patrolman, "of trace of it had been lest. The objective of that wheeled galcourse you'd like to get in there." "But I tell you I'm Enoch Golden," leon, however,- - seemed to have been nicely appreciated by Oyster Joe, quietwas the financier's frantic cry. care if you're the president ly smoking on the deck of an extremely "I don't o' the United States," was the retort. powerful-engine- d but extremely dirty launch moored in the shadow of a "You stay out" It was young Manley himself, who, .wharf. . Tbatwqrjthyindeed. ."showed watching his chance, suddenly slipped in through the lines and gained the side of the busy captain before he HAVE YOU BEEN SICK? could be stopped. For already thai work of removing the vault contents Then you realize the utter weakness was under way." , that robs amhitinn. destroys aDDetite. "You've got to keep this gold from : and makes work a burden.j going' out," the young man cried into To restore that strength and stamina that the face of the somewhat astounded is so essential, .nothing has ever equaled or compared with Scott's Emulsion, becaptain. nourish"Who are you?" demanded that off- cause its strength-sustainiment invigorates the blood to distribute icial. "And what pipe school did you" energy throughout the body while its tonic value sharpens the annetite and restores pick that idea from?" ., " 1i "I picked it from a warning that neiUU1 in a natural,- - permanent way. ed' ? TS?i n fdo-?J came to Enoch Golden this morning. I te41 you you're handing forty millions VJ. V4UVJM wt m Milieu SCOU fit BOW&e. BIOOHUJCW, JM.J. -lan-daul- et 1 went scurrying through the streets little dreaming that a stranger had preceded him on that errand, had already been strengthened by additional reserves as the great motor truck with its bank guards was piled 'higher and higher with the gold from the blistering vaults. Then came the call fcr "Gangway!" d stolen treasure, but by a and blasphemous old man in white s and whiskers, tied and lashed to one of ponent clear of the Hinging him headforemost into the his own shack beams. "Don't yelp at me about your black water. Then he turned and braced himself for the charge of the damned gold," cried Oyster Joe, with l second man. This second man he met a sulphurous string of oaths, when by dropping quite flat and unexpectedhe was able to speak. "I never saw g ly on the deck itself. He felt the any gold! All I saw was that charging body go over his own, caught gink in a mask, the gink at one still kicking foot as he twisted who's double-crosseme twice at the quickly about, and before his opponent same game!" could recover from that fall the patriLegar staggered back into a broken archal boat owner had assisted his un- chair. after welcome guest over the deck-li"So it's the Laughing Mask again!" his companion. he said with an oath. But, oddly enough, in that struggle (TO BE CONTINUED.) stiff-jointechain-lightnind p two small winging eyes of green and red. Accepting this apparently as a signal, he swung in close under the shadow of a coal barge and made fast at the slip end, where high above him a waiting taxicab stood close beside the stringpiece. Yet, hurried as the man in the mask seemed to be, he took time to sit under one of the cabin lamps and indite a short epistle. This epistle, addressed to "Enoch Golden and his friends," read as follows: The Funds of the Third National bank vault are now in my possession and will be duly returned to the rightful owners. But that I may enjoy the luxury of the game as well as the name, I am withholding from those returned funds the fifty thousand dollars in gold which was formerly the property of the man who, by oppressing the poor, has compelled this action. When that man looks into his own heart and returns to the paths of wisdom, this gold will be returned to him by THE LAUGHING MASK. Still later that night while Davie Manley and Margory Golden and her father were arguing and wondering as to the origin and full meaning of this strange message, Legar and his men, emerging like water rats from the river-fron- t rendezvous close beside the Owl's Nest, piled into a harbor launch with a muffled kicker and silently made their way for Oyster Joe's. Crowding into the dimly lit sail loft of Oyster Joe, they found themselves confronted, not by the millions In Sim rater; as he closely watched the shore line, he caught sight of light-spangle-d jHow's This? I We offer One Hundred Dollars Upward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cnre. F. i. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. We. the nndcrs'sned. haTe known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe fclm perfectly honorable In al' business transactions and financlilly able to carry out any obligations maue oy ins nrni. NAT. BANK OF COMMEUCE. Toledo. Ohio. Hall's Catarrh- - Cnre Is taken Internally, actlnjr directly npon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all DrujrsMs. Take IlaU's Family PUls for constipation. IPiP I i II WITHOUT A li!iitl You Pay For One Every Year Why not have one this year? Weigh your saving in corn, 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 . YwfteNrt SaTkgBrtLftsagMwey' 'by trying to do without a ailo. And every year you hesitate xneansj a probably increased cost due to ad- vancing costs of lumber, metals an d labor. No better time than "right I now", no better place than right here, .(at home to get that silo you need.1 , ' 7 ng the bewhiskered old boatman had dergone a sudden and startling change. The clutchtyg fingers of his enemy in the second contest along the boatdeck had buried themselves in the thick white beard decorating that launch owner's chin. And when this enemy went overboard that fringe of whiskers went with him, leaving at the wheel a somewhat altered and considerably younger looking man. And that this unknown amender of destinies un- fcaHiitLH HIGHEST PRICES PAID Remlttaace Mailed on Day Shipment U Received Let Us Prove It With Figurtsj KENTUCKY SILO CO.' ' A. E33Sfi3$i&J&Z C- LVf was still intent on nursing the secret of his identity 'was' further evidenced by the fact that, before turning his curboat about.and facing the ebb-tid- e rent of the North river, he carefully adjusted over his nose a narrow band of yellow.. cloth. with ita little aproa o Commission to Pay W. P. Kincaid, Manwger LU Write for Price List aad Skipping Tags E Sabel & Sons LOUISVILLE, KY. I mill Stanford, Kentucky t . && -" The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 24, 1916 r-- j f5' Page Seven Children Cry for Fletcher's 1 Hustonville ' The Kind in. use "Ecu Have Always Bonglit, and Tvliicli has "been for over 30 years, has home the signature of and has hcen made under his pcr-sryt? sonal supervision since its infancy. CJshW--1trYJt ctccAtM, Allow no one to deceive youin this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " nre Experiments that trifle with and endanger the healthhut of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. -- Just-as-goo- dL snhstitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic suhstancc. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms end allays Fevcrishness. For more than thirty years it lias heen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy ana natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTO R I A Castoria is a harmless GENUZNE m CASTOR! A always. S Bears the Signature cf ' nSESKa JU The Kind You Have Always Bi IW&Ml In Use For Over 30 .Years THE CENTAJR COMPANV NEW YORK CITV 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 10c3 bars 25c All on sale at DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR OF PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. sasssza 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 1 FORD AG ENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Storage Repairing Tires Accessories Phone 203 sell. Remedy at Home 128 Teaspoonsful for 50 cents. W. R. Williams was able to he out Make the Best 4 for a short while Monday. If everything was sold in as liberal an.d In buying this remedy, besides securBright Herring named his new son, fair a manner as the below named drug- ing an absolute guarantee of its efficiency Granville Cecil. gists are selling Schiffmann's New Con- from these druggists, you also get about The Rev. Brandenburg delivered Expectorant, very able discourse at the Baptist centrated complaint or ,absolutely no , eight times as much medicine as you a dissatisfaction, would in buying most any of, the cause for church Tuesday night. ready-mad- e could possibly arise from anyone. These kinds, which averJ. W. Hoskins purchased Tuesday druggists say "Buy a bottle of this rem- age from 20 to 32 teaspoonsful, because a lot of fine locust posts to be 'used edy and try it for Bronchitis, Whooping 50c worth makes a whole pint (128 teaon . his farm on Stanford pike east Cough, Severe Cough, Croup or any spoonsful) when mixed at home with of town. Bronchial Affection, and we will return simply one pint of sugar and f pint Mrs. John Russell accompanied her your money, just the same as we do with of water. This remedy positively does son, Jesse, to Lexington Tuesday, Schiffmann's famous Asthmador, if it not contain chloroform, opium, morphine where she will have her treated by does not give satisfaction, or if not found or any other narcotic. Itis pleasantto take a specialist. the best remedy ever used for any of and children are fond of it. You will be Aunt Nancy McKinney has been these complaints." Why not take ad- the sole judge, and under this positive ill for a few days and Aunt Bett vantage of this guarantee and try this guarantee absolutely no risk is run in buyJones, of Mt. Salem is here to stay medicine, and get your money back, rath- ing this remedv. Druddists evprvwhpr er than buying another purely on the are authorized to sell it under the same witn ner ior a iew aays. The stork visited the home of Dr. exaggerated claims of its manufacturer guarantee as Schiffmann's famous Asth.day and left a fine girl at Mr. and or on the strength .of testimonials from mador of "Money Back" if not perfectly Mrs. Walter Owsley's. The little miss others and run the chance of getting Satisfactorv. R. T.Sehiffmnnn Prnnriptnr something worthless and also wasting Saint Paul. Minn. Guaranteed here bv has been named Sarah Elizabeth. Work has been delayed on the new your money? THE LINCOLN PHARMACY. Tanner building on account of some framing lumber being delayed. W. S. Wigham, of Moreland, was gene Dunn, wife and daughter, mo- heard Billy Sunday preach and said here last Saturday on a visit among tored north of Moreland Sunday af- it was the greatest sermon he ever listernoon and made a pleasant visit to tened to. He had to stand up for his financial and other friends. over three hours, but said Mr. SunW. H. Lair's dogs were called to J. the Newell's. H. Floyd's Tuesday morning to trail J. G.Weatherford, wife and son, day's remarks were so interesting he parties that had stolen some corn on Francis, of Stanford, were here Sat- never thought of getting tired. Monday night. The trail was readily urday and Sunday with friends and secured and lead to a house nearby. relatives. No arrest has as yet been made and Mrs. Charles Wheeler and Miss it is not known at present what will Bessie ' Worthington returned home Mrs. Jennie Elam, who has been be done about the matter. Saturday from the citywhere they The sotrk visited the home of Dr. spent a week purchasing spring mil- ill is much better at this writing her friends are so glad to know. Weddle on the 13th and left him a linery. third son. Miss Virga Payne visited her couGeorge Hicks, of Cincinnati, was Uncle George Eubank, out on the here Sunday, the guest of his daugh- sin, Mrs. Anna Carson, last week. Middleburg pike tells us that on Feb. ter, Mrs. Mr. Joe Elam was called to the bed Julian McKinney. 10th, while examining a bee hive in on his wav to the Fork to He was side of his sick mother. visit hie his yard, he found the caps chuck ", Mr.Willie to Cloyd, full of the best kind of honey and the accompanied James by Mr. and was Floyd, wKere and wife have mov.ed futhey will make their there and Mrs. gum also was full through and ture home. Their many friends hated through. When weighed up it to- McKinney. to give them up. McCormack & Co., sold to T. W. taled 15 pounds of the best quality Mr. Richard Davis is, at this writof honey. jHe wants to know who Jones, the Stanford stock trader, ten hogs at. 9 cents, delivered ing, his many friends are sorry to can beat this for winter honey. know, sick. W. G. Cowan went to Carpenter's Tuesday. Joe Broughton and family, also Creek Monday and caught some awC. C. Carpenter had a lot of his ful nice jumpers. Like all good fish- young cattle vaccinated last week to went to Florida to make their future home. Their many friends hate to ermen he said he let the best one prevent any contagious diseases. caught get away. It is said he beEugene Dunn and Ed Buchanan give them up. came so excited that he had to have launched their large fishing boat at We are having some bad weather, help to land them. the mouth of Carpenter's Creek last at this writing. Uncle George Wright is in receipt Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Elam visited of a fancy pair of Bantam chickens J. A. Blain was reported as lots his sister, Mrs. Will Davis, Saturday presented to him by one of his nieces. better Wednesday morning. night. He is very proud of them and takes Dr. Hart is now doing a good pracMiss Nannie Davis has been sufgreat, delight in showing them to his tice at his dental office over Adams' fering with the grip this winter. many friends. drug store. Mrs. Nannie Smith has been visitMrs. J. 0. Carpenter of Junction Rev. Brandenburg left Wednesday ing friends at Williamsburg. City, was here the t of the week for Richmond, after a few sermons Mrs. John McGinnis continues on a visit to friends and relatives. at the Baptist church. The congre- about the same. C. C. Carpenter bought of David gation liked his sermons very much Our friend, Miss Bertha Davis, Elliott on Green River, a coming and it is probable that they may call who has been ill is much better, we mare mule for $140. for A. J. Adams, T. L. Carpenter and him to preach sold them in the future. are glad to state. Myers & Co., a Joe Gann Mrs. Harrison Payne is much betG. C. Riffe left Tuesday for Lock 21 d hogs at 6 c. bunch of ter at this writing, we are glad to on the Cumberland, for a weeks' fishCo., these same ing and here's hoping that have good to Myers &Jones, sold Stanford, hogs say. T. W. of at an Mrs. Will Davis and pretty little luck. advance in price. daughter spent Sunday with her broDr. 0. S. Williams motored to DanW. H. Lair sold a gray horse to the ther, Mr. P. L. Elam. ville Sunday afternoon. Misses Lou and Bettie Cowen, Eu- - Burton Bros., on the Middleburg pike hisLittle Mr. Richard Elam visited for $90. cousin, Mr. Grige Elam Sunday Everybody is planning to be in night. Hustonville March 28th to enjoy the Miss Jennie Smith spent a few SOME TENNESSEE FOLKS biggest treat of the season. The days with her friend, Miss Bertha Transylvania Glee Club. composed of Davis, last week. Mr. Georgia Lee Elam spent a TELL HOW THEY WON about 30 talented young men will give an entire evening of high class few days with his father and mother reading:, comic dialogues and music, last week. Sunday School is progressing nicepeople want to be well in a consisting of classical, southern melSick odies and the popular leaders of the ly at Beech Grove. Good crowds athurry. A great many, perhaps most all, day. A full house is expected and tend each Sunday. illnesses have their beginning in de- a few reserved seats may yet be serangements of the stomach and diges- cured at Riffe Bros.' store at 35c and 50c. Il!lll!lil!!iilliil!!lll!illlll!l!l!llllili!lllll! tive tract. McCormack & Co., sold to W. D. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy starts in cattle at the first dose to put stomach suf- Nave 16 head of They were taken out to ferers on the way to health. The first at 7 the Evan Lyon farm to be fed until dose proves it. grass comes. It is taken with success everywhere. Will Murphy of Stanford, was here Here are the words of two Tennessee Thursday on business. J. S. Murphy people who have takeii it: MISS CORA FISHER, 805 Saxon of Stringtown, accompanied him. Mrs. Nannie Harper, of Oklahoma, avenue, Memphis "Have taken your arrived here last Thursday, March 16 medicine and it worked like a charm has removed quite a number of gall and surprised everyone. of McKinney The people of Hustonville and vistones. It does just as you said it cinity 1iave indeed been fortunate in would." securing the Transylvania Glee Club MRS. W J. WARD, Sparta, Tenn. "I can honestly recommend your rem- for March 28th. These young men edy to all sufferers from 'constipation come highly recommended and this Indigestion recommendation combined with the and stomach troubles. taste of our Hustonville auseems a thing of the past with me." splendidwe predict a full house for Mayr's Wonderfur Remedy gives per- dience, that date. Reserved seats on sale manent results for stomach, liver and at Riffe Bros.' store, 35 and 50 cents. intestinal ailments. Eat as much and "I"T will be worth your while to Frank arrived here I find out whatever you like. No more distress East on Lusk 16th. While from the away he ""j JL neighbors what some of your the who use De Laval after eating, pressure of gai in Ihe Cream Separators think of their mastomach and around the heart. Get one bottle of your druggist now and try it rs chines before you buy any separator. on an absolute guarantee if not satisEE About the best thing we can say factory money will be returned. zz for the De Laval is that all the far-i- s mers around here who use it are For sale by Penny's Drug Store one-hal- Jessie Eussell was at home from Lexington Sunday and Monday, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rus- FOR BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING COUGH, CROUP, COUGHS AND COLDS Real Estate For Sale New Bargains Are Advertised In Each Issue. miles from good town; all lays well; can run machinery over all of it and 40 acres bottom land. Two story residence; barn 60x30 and all other necessary outbuildings. Three years insurance on all buildings paid up. Good orchard. Never failing water in all fields and splendid well right at door. All buildings and fencing in good shape. Price $5,000. Terms right. No. 110. 12 acres near good town in graded school district. Four room house, crib, two sheds and barn. Well right at door. All land lays well and all in cultivation. Price $600.00. No. 112. Two-stor- y frame residence with good basement; two small houses of three rooms each with about 3 acres of land; large two story barn, frame drop siding, 50x 100. All necessary outbuildings. Well, cistern and spring water. All buildings and fencing in first class condition. All of this property is located right in a good town and must be sold. For the whole business price, $5,000. You couldn't begin to put the buildings up for this mo ney. Will sell or exenange this property. No. 113. Two story, nine-rooframe residence, halls and porches; good cellar, stable, wagon and buggy shed, two large cisterns. Ten acres of land with this place; on good pike, close to good town; all buildings in good repair. Price $2,000. No. 114. One first-cla40 foot Herschell Spillman complete with organ and engine in one of the best territories for such business in the state, Barbourville, Ky. This cost $2,700 new. Will sell for a song. It is all .in good running order and a fine chance to make money at the fairs for this year. Write us about this. Will sell or give you a good exchange on it. No. 99. 500 acres of land, 3 2 miles from Hustonville on good pike; 5 houses: 2 houses 1 2 stories, of 6 rooms each and 3 houses of 4 rooms each; 2 large b'arns; fencing new and all buildings in good shape; well watered; 30 acres for tobacco; 135 acres in pasture and balance in timber. Price very cheap; d down and balance in 1 and 2 years. This is a rare bargain and it will pay those who have money to invest to look it over. A fine chance to more than double your money in 2 or 3 years. e No. 100. farm right in edge of good town; splendid brick residence, 3 halls and front porch 10x44; new barn 34x50; old barn 20x30; new auto and buggy house and all other necessary outbuildings and all new; fencing all new and good; never-failin- g water in every field on the farm. This place has 40 acres bottom land and 110 acres level land well drained and balance upland. Every foot can be cultivated and no better producing land in Lincoln county; 85 acres in grass and balance in cultivation. This. is a good hemp and tobacco farm and will easily produce 12 barrels of corn to the acre. Price right and easy terms. It will pay you homeseekers to look at this placa. No. 101. 310 acres on good pike 5 miles from Lawrenceburg, Ky.; has house; tobacco barn and silo; splendidly adapted to grazing. Price $35 per acre and terms right. No. 102 254-acr- e farm in Mercer county, Ky., on good pike; residence; 2 tenant houses; 2 stock barns and 1 tobacco silo. Place well waterbarn; 100-to- n ed and all fencing and buildings in good shape; 100 acres Blue Grass sod land; 80 acres in clover; plenty of locust posts. Price $75 per acre. Will trade for a good farm close- - to good town in this or other states. AH tobacco and hemp land and all lies well. This is a good stock farm. No. 103 130-acfarm 2 miles from Stanford on good pike; house of 5 rooms; barn 26x40 and all necessary outbuildings; place well watered; fencing and buildings good. d Price $5,000, down and balance in 1 and 2 years. No. 104. Four large farms in Garrad county, Ky., all making a total acreage of 1,340 acres. One of these farms is within a mile and a half of Lancaster and the others from 5, 6 and 10 miles from Lancaster. These places have large concrete silos, large tobacco and stock barns, nice residences, tenant houses, etc. We will cut any of these farms to suit purchasers. This is your chance to get the size farm that you want located to suit the purchaser. Talk to us about these properties for we know we have the right prices and 1-- No. 108. pike and 1 75-ac- re tract, on good 'wheat section of the state. up-to-d- ate 2 Beech Grove m rels capacity and in every respect; good shipping facilitie's right on railroad. Can be operated at liht expense. Will sell or exchange for good farm. No. 94. Vacant lot 60x400 on the best residence street in Stanford, Kentucky. Price $600.00. No. 111. 40 acre farm on good road close to town and in graded school district. Has nice residence weather-boarde- d and ceiled; good cellar, barn, etc. Place well watered and fenced. All lays well and all under cultivation except about 6 sary outbuildings; good orchard; two wells and pond; fencing good; buildings all new. Price $3,500. No. 89. 140 acres, frame dwelling and porches; two barns; one for stock and the other a tobacco barn; crib, buggy house, etc. All in grass except about 25 acres; water in field; fencing and buildings in good shape. Nice orchard. Price $60.00 an acre. Terms right. No. 19. Hanging Fork farm of 42 acres right on pike; has house, barn, etc; place well watered and fenced; for a quick sale, $70 per acre and easy terms. This is good strong soil and worth more money but must be sold. sLx-roo- 100 bar- m six-acr- .e ss merry-go-roun- d, half-brother- 200-pou- nd 1-- 1-- one-thir- fh-o- 170-acr- 100-poun- l-2- Ky.; has tables, chairs, desk, stove, lights and all paraphernalia necessary to run a first class pool room. The receipts run from $125 to $150 per month. Price $400 spot cash for a quick sale. This is a good chance for some one to go in business and make splendid money on a small investment. No. 106. Stock of general merchandise in the city of Stanford, Ky., consisting of groceries, hardware, paints, etc. Will rent the fixtures at a nominal price and will also rent the building consisting of storeroom below and dwelling above at a very low figure. This is an exceptionally clean stock of goods and we will sell at a low figure. No. 108. 130 acre farm 2 2 miles from a good town. Two houses. Dwelling of six rooms and tenant house of four rooms. Good barn and all necessary outbuildings. 50 acres bottom land, 20 acres In grass and balance in timber. Well watered and all fencing and buildings in good shape. Price $3,000. Terms right. No. 81. Nice cottage, large yard and good garden small stock of groceries, hardware, etc., with cheap rental contract on storeroom, barn and barn lots for four years. The store room, etc., is located right at corner of yard. This place is right on the pike and the best location in the county for a country stove. Will sell for cash or trade. No. 50. Two-storframe dwelling; two barns; place contains 1 acre of land; splendid garden, etc; in Stanford graded district. $2,000 wouldn't put the improvements on this place; will sell or trade. Price 1-- No. 107. Pool room in Danville, five-roo- m y, 7-a- 600-pou- nd c. What ry, J. S. Mobley & Son , 10-ac- re have to say about cream separators this week re One of the best farms in Central Kentucky, of 261 acres; two story frame dwelling of 12 rooms; 2 barns, 75x75 each, and 60-f- t. feed shed on side with large crib; 2 buggy houses; 3 hen houses; smoke house, etc; 30 acres in cultivation and balance in grass; splendid orchard of 400 troes; everlasting springs, ponds, etc., in fact water in every field. All buildings and fencing in first class condition. Right on pike and one mile from depot; finest shipping point on the road; an ideal stock farm. This land will grow wheat, corn, tobacco, hemp, etc., as well as any land in the State of Kentucky. The whole farm lays well and is well drained. No waste land. An automobile can be driven over all of it and there is not a foot of cold or swamp land on it. Price $30,000.00 and terms right. No. 61. One town lot right on Main street, 80x270. Price $600; also four other lots 60x138. Price $300 each and one lot 90x370. Price $800. All of these lots have concrete walks are well locate!. Best building lot in town. No. 64. 172 acres of splendid hemp and tobacco land; $1,500. No. 94. one-thir- ad 10-roo- two-stor- y, & and all other reliable druggists. OOEESSBB : sz r i boosters. It does good work for them and pleases them, and we know it will please you. brick residence with basement; splendid barn with water piped in the same; large concrete silo; all buildings in good repair. This is an A 1 farm. Price $20,000; terms m i i Plumbing and Heating C. E. FARM LOANS CONTINENTAL Fire Insurance , Garrard, Lincoln and Bpyle 1 5 C. Per Cent 7 Ej : ss sz jj BOWER -- m RELIANCE A Thin Model Watch- - tSk. Make it a point to ask your neighbor about his De Laval. There are nearly two m illion satisfied DeLavalusersthroughouttheworld. More Dc Laval Separators-arin use than all other makes combined. It isn't the cheapest, but the majority of separator users have found out by experience that it is the best and by far the most economical separa-s- z tor to own. e We want to tell you about an arranRe- ment we have whereby you can make par-ZZ ZS ZZ ZZ ZZ ZZ Stanford, STOP Ky. Office with J. L. Beazley phone42,r.es. phone 263 D. A. THOMAS, ' Phone 80 Stanford, - Kentucky tial payment at time of purchase and pay the balance on such liberal terms that the De Laval will save its cost while you are pa ing f or it. Come in and see us l he first time you have a chance and talk ' over. and now Ingersoll is AT- - J. MIary turning out a very, very thin model watch for $3. 7-jewel, i j will buy a DE LAVAL Sooner or later you LJ Jty niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiuiii THE GALT HOUSE, WHEN IN LOUISVILLE. EUROPEAN PLAN GOOD ROOMS $1.00 PER DAY. FINE DIN-INROOM WITH EXCELLENT SERVICE AND LOW PRICES. TURKISH AND ELECMEETS TRAINS. FREE AUTO-BU- S TRIC BATHS. WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS. G We' have them here for you co iook at; ana uicy icuhci- estmg enough to look, at, even if you haven't 512 the least idea you ned a watch. The price is a.. J. L. Beaziey & Co., splendid orchard; one half cleared and in cultivation; balance in timber. About three miles from Stanford. Price only $700. No. 117. Fine residence; large barn; all necessary outbuildings; splendid orchard and five acres of laird. This is an elegant home right in Stanford. Price and terms right. No. 118. One of the best hotels in central Kentucky. This is a splendid money maker and a fine opportunity for the right man. Has all Will sell the modern conveniences. this property furnished at a price that will interest you. It will pay you to look into this matter. No. 11 9. Large mill in the best acre's. Price $2,000. Terms right. Nq. 86. 56 acres l 2 miles from good town. house; good ham: large driveway and all neces- 1-- can interest you. No. 115. Nice six room residence, halls, porches, bath room, etc. Two acres of land; barn; well in back porch; concrete walks, etc. Price $2,200. No. 116. farm; three-roohouse, barn, etc; good well; 55-ac- re m f PENN'YS DRUG STORE - J. GREENBERG, Manager Undertaker Embalmer Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 Stanford, Kentucky. Stanford, Ky. Undertaker Embalmer Phone 42, Stanford,. Ky. hughes REAL ESTATE, Consult Us Before Buying. List cottage; new stable containing three stalls and corn crib; smali storeroom on pike: good cistern at door and never fail ing well m lot; 5,, acres of ground; all buildings and fencing in good condition. Place well located and in good community. Price $1,750. No.- - 97. Large blacksmith shop, 50x90 feet metal roof and all in good condition. Will sell or rent this. See us about the price and terms." This is one of the best locations in the county for this business and we will make you a nrice on this that you could not begin to put up the building for. No. 89. 21 acres of good land in the corporate limits of a good town; 5 acres in grass balance in cultivation. Wide frontage on good street. Will sell or exchange this property. 92. 76 acres of" good lami, residence of five 'extra large rooms, layer of brick between weatherboarding and plaster; halls and porches; the house practically new and all rooms newly papered; two barns, house for stripping tobacco; crib; meat house, etc. Place well watered, three ponds and two never failing springs; about 35 acres in grass and balance in cultivation. In splendid community and right at edge of good town. Price $100.00 per acre one half down and balance in 1 and 2 years. With Us If You Want to Sell oom easy. No. & Mccarty Office Ffcoae ISO. Ofce Lancaster Street Opposite Court Heuse. STAN FORD, KENTUCKY. 1 - ' fc ' -ES3S J5!S--V. . - SS--- ,.." viJ v-"- l .. M'-&- - " 3f . - . t' t . S2 - -- ' j 'rr-w - . -- - i r 'llT i Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky! Friday, March 24, 1916 Farm and Stock News stags $5.507; conim,on to choice heavy fat sows. T 9.25; light shipvr pers $99.25; pigs $5.508; Sheep Receipts 65; no shipments; market t vA Harry Goldman & Son, of Dublin, strong; extra $7.758; good to sold 50 Duroc sows last month choice Ind., $6.75 7.65; common to fair at an average of $90.50. $4(56.50; ambs strong; 'extra $11.25 Georere Rankin, north of Stanford, (cpll.oU; gooa to cnoice jiu.du(o OF bought 50 pigs that averaged 87 $11.25; common o fair $810. BOURBON POULTRY CURE pounds, at eight cents a pound. In the drinking water J. H. Bautrhman & Co., purchased Makes Hens Lay Amazingly this week 550 bales of hay from Keep Liver Active John Garter, of Turnersville at $14 Cures Roup. Colds, Cholera, and Bowels Clean per ton. Prevents SickLimberneck 4 ness. One 50c bottle makes 12 bought the Leslie Sherman has gallons of medicine. At With "Cascarets" Valu interests of Mr. and Mrs. Allan able poultry book tree. Traylor in the Ashlock farm, on the 10URB0N REMEDY CO. Lexington, Ky. Lancaster pike. Best When Bilious, Sick Headachy, "I am a large breeder of fancy W. S. Sawyer,, of Shakertown, Constipated, or for Bad Breath sold to Asa Jewell, of Lexington, a poultry and show birds. I have been or Sour Stomach. bunch of exceptionally good mules, using Bourbon Poultry Cure for the at $215.50 each. Be cheerful! Clean up inside to- past seven years and never lose a L. Scott, of Auburn, recently sold 8-- 1 7 mules at from $185 to $190 per night and feel fine. Take Cascarets chicken with disease, and I attribute to liven your liver and clean the my success to the use of this wonhead. stop headaches, a Yancy Wright, of near Corinth, bowels and offensive breath, bad cold derful remedy. Have cured several coated biliousness, has a very prolific bunch of ewes, they tongue, sallowness, sour stomach bad cases of roup and other infechaving found 29 lambs, all twins or and gases. Tonight take Cascarets tious diseases with it, therefore I kerosene tractor true. A Mogul 6 triplets. and enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver speak from experience when I say it its own price in fuel bill saving, as comFor John D. McKechnie, of Wayne and bowel cleansing you ever expe- cures. I heartily recommend it to sold 42 rienced. Wake up feeling grand county, Mr. Spoonamore pared with a gasoline tractor. bucks and wethers at $4.50 and 32 Everybody's doing it. Carcarets best my poultry raising friends in this and Until April 1st the price remains at $675 cash adjoining counties, as the greatest 24-- 1 at $5.10 to T. W. Jones of this city. laxative for children also. remedy I have ever used for the cure S. S. Oldson, of Bourbon, bought f. o. b. Chicago. Fortunate early purchases of ma25 head of 375 pound steers from W. and prevention of poultry diseases." terial still allow j'ou this low figure. After April 1st E. Little, of Montgomery county, for PUBLIC SALE Jno. ,0. Reid, Stanford, Ky. the price will be $725, same terms. $35 per head. Mrs. L. E. McKee, of Anderson At either price the Mogul 6 is by far the most ecoOF FINE HORSE STOCK Sold in Stanford by The county, sold to Ball & Co., of Tennnomical tractor because it operates on cheap, common keroMONDAY, APRIL 10, 1916, essee, 5 yearling mules at $125 per Lincoln Pharmacy sene or coal oil. Gasoline to run the gasoline tractor costs head. As Administrator of Carroll L. over 100 per cent more than the kerosene a Mogul -- 16 Hayer, of Cottage Home, Dudderar' -- deceased, I will sell at Jas. Tenn., sold to Davis & Jennings, of public auction to the highest and will use. Which is best for you? mare best bidder at Nunnelley's Stock PUBLIC SALE Statesville, Tenn., a You know what gasoline costs you, and you know what mule for $200. Pens in Stanford, Ky., beginning at you pay for kerosene. Figure it out yourself, or see your Caywood, Smith & McClintock, of 11 o'clock A. M., on I will sell at public auction at my dealer. This is a saving you can't afford to miss. Paris, bought a pair of mules in Mt. home on Whitley Avenue, Stanford, MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1916, Sterling on Monday at $475- and sevKy., at 2:00 o'clock p. m., on eral aged mules at prices "ranging the following well bred horses : TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1916 International Harvester Company of America per head, from $150 to $200 Rowland Peavine 6053, the following described articles: One J. Simms Wilson, of Paris, recent(lacerporated) Chestnut Stallion, star and snip, Malleable Range Stove, a good one; ly purchased about 40,000 bushels of foaled May 14, 1912; by Rex Pea- - one kitchen cabinet; one dining tagrass seed fi'om Bourbon farmers, vine 1796, by Rex McDonald 833 by Mogul kerosene tractors are sold by 9 feet two dressers; a lot at prices ranging from 55 to 65 cents Rex Denmark 840; hrst dam Bour-bonis- ble,matting; long; commodes; 40 yards two of per bushel. 9297 (full sister to Bourbon's linoleum, tnree iron oeas, complete L. O. Hamilton, of Cottage Home, Best) by Bourbon Chief 976, by Har- with springs and mattresses; one sanHIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. W. H. Tenn., sold to Payne & Jennings, of rison Chief 1606, by Clark Chief 89; itary couch; one folding bed, commare mules, Statesville, 2 by Madison Square Gar- plete; one" refrigerator; one washing 16 hands high, 2,200 pounds, for second dam den champion Judy Oliver 6407, machine; one rug, 12x16, good as ..:.;.Tii $425. Oatts & Robinson, of Boyle, sold by Red Cloud by Indian Chief; third new; one set dining room chairs; one dam by fourth dam a dozen feeders to a Jes- by Sim's Wilson's King;Rowland Pea-vin- e No. 10 DeLavel cream separator; one double-seate- d Clark Chief. carriage, almost new; samine county party at $6.50. Mr. and weighs 1,100 one buggy, in good shape; two A- -l stands 15.-JerOatts sold to C. R. Martin three poun'ds. He is r. great individual and Jersey cows, one has calf, the other g ) sey steers at $32.50 a head. r possesses much style and action. He fresh soon; one goat wagon and harJohn M. Cress, of the East End, stallion. ness and other things too numerous bought early this week 30 hogs that is a magnificent young9297 Bourboniste to mention. All of this stuff is about averaged 185 pounds from his bro1907, by Chestnut mare, ther, D. M. Cress, of Rockcastle, Bourbon Chief 976 foaledout of Judy like new. and Terms made known on day of at $7.60 a hundred. Oliver 6407. She At Georgetown Friday, Simpson mal and will prove is a valuable ani- sale her worth to the W. D. GOVER, Stanford, Ky. & Watson sold 49 head of cattle to 24-- 3 B. Anderson for $1,715; to Robert man who gets her. Her sire was by J. B. Dinwiddie, Auct. Harrison Chief 1606, he by Clark Newman 8 calves for $122.50, and Chief 89, he by Mambrino Chief 11. to spence Porter a cow for $30. Commissioner's Sale At Franklin Simpson county, Mon- Bourbon Chief's dam was Belle, by day, which was court day, 80 mures Latham's Denmark 69, he by WashPlaintiff were bought by foreign buyers at an ington Denmark 64. Judy Oliver, Lura D. Spiegel, etc., vs. average of $180 a head. Farmers of Bourbonjste's- dam was by Red Cloud by Indian Chief he by Defendants that county bought 30 head of mules 2197, heBlack Hawk. Her 1718, traces Leila Livingston, etc., Blood's dam an average of $240 a head. at Pursuant to a judgment rendered back to. strain on her J. T. Watts and William S. Arm- grandam'sthe Legrand King 2196 and by the Lincoln Circuit Court at its side and to' depends on the purity of drugs usee! strong, near Parksville, returned reFebruary, 1916 term, in above case cently from Casey county, where they Harrison Chief 1606 on her grand-sire- 's the undersigned Commissioner, will side. .,j and the care employed in compounding bought 240 hogs. They sold 50 of on Monday, April 10, 1916, at 11 Pjreston Gay, o'clock a. m., in front of court house the heaviest hogs to J. C. Johnson colt, 10, 1914, sirthe prescriptions given you by your docof Danville, at 8 2 cents per pound. ed Bay High foaled MayHighland Gay, in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at by Cloud, by public outcry to the highest and best The Weils, of Lexington, bought by Highland . tor. Sometimes it is even a matter of W. Y. Spencer, of Anderson coun- Lucy Preston Denmark. First dam bidder the following: House and lot by Preston 922; sec- in ty, this week, 118 head of fat steers Orchard, Ky., ond dam Nancy by On Time 745; sideCrab Lancaster street on the East that averaged 1,200 pounds at $8 a third dam Ella P. by King William of and bounded hundred. The beeves had been on 67. Preston Gay has been driven to on the North by lot formerly owned slop at an Anderson county distillery. by Henry Singleton; on the East by P. W. Ray, of Bowling Green, re- harness and shows lots of action and land formerly owned by T. C. Hum-be- r; Our stock of drugs is the best and freshest vye cently sold two promising saddle considerable speed. Here is a fine South by Culton lot and on the bred Denmark. horses Sunflower and Lula Edwards colt and a richly P., 6190. West by the street aforesaid known Lucy can buy. We use the utmost care in compoundto an Eastern purchaser for $9,500. as the Dr. Wm. Doore's lot. By Preston Said Mr. Ray it will be recalled, sold My Denmark 64, 922, he by Washington credit ing all prescriptions, as your doctor will tell you. he by Cromwell 73, months, sale made on a execute of six Major Dare, to Longview Farm, for Preston's dam was Belle, by Roderpurchaser to bond It is a matter of conscience with us. $10,000. ick, he by Mambrino Legrand. Lucy payable to Commissioner, bearingap-6 per cent interest from date, with The Lombardy Heights Poultry Farm shipped a handsome White Leg- P.'s dam was by On Time, he by proved personal security, lien retainhe by Washington ed on property to secure payment of horn cockerel to Claude Bibb at Lon- Stonewall Jackson, The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. don late last week. Mr. J. O. Reid, Denmark. Her dam was Nancy M., sale price, having force and effect J: W. ACEY, Proprietor. Dr. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacist proprietor, says that since publica- out of Ella P by King William. She of judgment. is brown E. D. PENNINGTON, tion of his large advertisement in the A a darkof much mare, foaled in 1903. style and worthy of 24-3- F mare M. C. L. C. C. I. J., a few issues ago he has simply your consideration. been bombarded with orders for Jewel Eagle 4295 birds both by mail and wire. Jewel Eagter, 4295 was foaled in PUBLIC SALE L. P. Yandell, of "Boyle, sold to 1900. She is red bay, one hind Monte Fox, of Danville, for delivery foot white and astands 16 hands high. this week, 175 head of export steers She is by Woods' Eagle Bird 1014, he I will offer for sale on at $9 a hundred. The bunch will by King Eagle 750 he by Black Eagle SATURDAY, MARCH 25th, 1916 average about 1,450 pounds. This 74, he by King William 67. Woods' all of the. personal property of Garis about the highest price on record Eagle Bird's dam was by Star Eagle, ner Price'," deceased, consisting of: and a little figuring will show that by Cabell's Lexington. Jewel Eagle One pair of gray mare mules, 5 and each steer will bring in the neighbor- was out Mandy by Locic 917 by 6 years old; pair bay horse mules, 3 hood of $130 and that the deal in- Stonewallof bay mare; Jackson, Jr., 947 by Stone- years old; volved a sum of over $22,000. wall Jackson 72. Mandy was out of one bay horse, 10 years old; one filly, M. W. O'Neal, proprietor of the a daughter of King William 67. This two years old; two steers, 3 years If you need any Farm Seeds this Spring, Fountain Blue Stock Farm, told the mare will have to be seen to be ap- old; two cows with young calves; two cows with no calves; two Harrodsburg Herald, that he is go- preciated. write to wagons; one break cart; one carriage Jessie Dane 4699, ing to stop raising cattle and deFoaled 1899; mahogany bay anda one buggy; all kinds of farming imvote his time to extensive sheep rais- good one; sired by Dignity Dare 1982 plements, household and kitchen furing, as he believes there is more he by Chester Dare 10, he by Black niture, and other things too tedious profit in it. He said that last March Squirrel 58, he by Black Eagle 74. to mention. Also one acre of land he purchased 300 sheep at a cost of Dignity Dare's dam was Liaziemont in Crab Orchard, with two houses, William Welch. barn, shop house and good well. $1,125. From these he has sold wool by Welchmdnt bywas Lena by Sale to be held at home place one Jessie eDane'sam to the amount of $325, and also has Deane's dam was Lena by Pea-rid- mile from Crab Orchard on Lancassold 85 lambs and 50 old ewes for Chief, and was out. of a mare ter pike. Terms made known on day by Warren Harris' Denmark. She $800 and still has 156 sheep left. MARY R. PRICE, Executrix. and you O'Neal Brothers purchased Fountain will bear close inspection this sale. 23 W. D. Peters, Auctioneer. should not overlook her in For Samples and Prices. He Prepays the Blue Farm of 556 acres of F. A. e, Yearling Filly and in addition to this own By All Peavine 4092 and out of Freight to your Railroad Station and his Almont Dare She is a light two big farms in Woodford county. Bourboniste 9297. sorrel and of great promise. Handles A. S. H. R. 3228 The two brothers were devotedly atherself nicely arid is worthy of your Sired by Dignity tached to each other and some attention." Her breeding is .all right Chester Dare 10, he Dare 1992, he by by Black Squirrel months ago Starks O'Neal died, but and as an individual you can't beat 58, he by King William 97; 1st dam as the two brothers had always been her. Toxaway 4658j also registered in Vol. At the same time and place I will 10. A. S. H. R.; she by Abdallah partners since childhood, the remainof stock in the Mambrino 3715, he by Almont 33; ing brother says he will continue the sell three shares American Saddle' Horse Breeders' 2nd dam Lady Davis, by Cnt Davis, firm of O'Neal Brothers as long as he Association; one bike in good condi by Bourbon Chief; 3rd dam, Mattfe lives. At Fountain Blue this year he tion and a lot of harness, etc. Quality of Seeds Considered. S., by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, . .' The Terms Cash in hand or good by Imported Glenco; 4th dam Bettie will put 75 acres in tobacco and 75 bankable note due in six months C, by Cunningham's Copperbottom. I acres in hemp. bearing six per cent interest. NOTE Almont Dare's colts from For particulars call on or address Lgrade mares bring as high as $300 Cincinnati Stock Market at weanlings to ?5Uu and $1,000 at J. FOX DUDDERAR, three to four years; $600 was offered .for his dam at 2 years old and Adnar., Carrell L. Dudder&r 24. Cattle Cincinnati, March $400 for his 2nd dam when horses Receipts 525; shipments 309; market . SUaford, Kentucky; were cheap. One full brother sold butcher steady; shippers $7 8.75; for $3;600, and another reported sold steers, extra $7.858.50; good to for $1,500, and one sister, Toxy Dare common to fair choice $7.25 7.75; JESSE DUNN offered $1,500 for. His 3rd dam Opposite the Court-Hous- e, $6.506.85; $5.507; cows, extra 6.25; common could rack as fast as a good horse good to choice $5.75 Manufacturer of to fair $45.50;canners $4 5.50; bulls steady; bologna $67; fat bulls Have Barbed Wire, Wire Fence; PoijltijyjNet-tin- g 3 $6.757.25; milch cows steady; calves slow; extra $10.25(5)10.50; and Smooth Wire and Nailsf LANCASTfUt, KY. . ; fair to good $7.25 10.25; common and large, $510. Hogs Receipts Don't fail to call when you need 3,000; shipments 493; market steady; selected heavy .$9.80 9.85; good to See him mtjmc: He caa supply REMEDYFORMEN. t or Phone No. 168. choice packers and butchers $9.80 AT YOUR DftUCCKT. -1 J '$9.85; mixed packers $9.509.80; yew with the Wit made. v - FEW DROPS BANKRUPT SALE! $5,000 Stock Of Goods At About 50 Cents To The Dollar. The Big Stock of Merchandise of Mogul 6 Saves Its OwnPrice In Fuel Bill Reduction THAT'S 8-1- 8-1- L. L. SANDERS CRAB ORCHARD, KY., Will be Distributed into the Homes of the People at Amazing Prices. . - Sale Began Thursday, March 23rd, and Continues Until Closed Out, This is the opportunity you have been waiting for. There has never been a sale like this. Don't take our word for it, but make us a visit and let us prove it. The opportunity of your life is at your door. Open it and come in. It will pay you to travel 50 or 100 miles to visit this sale if you will bring along a full pocketbook. This is the time your dollar will do double duty. This Stock was bought on a low market and now everything is costing war prices. Considering this fact you can plainly see how much you can save by taking advantage of this sale.. We are not naming any prices in this advertisement, but the prices we will name will turn this stock into money in a jiffy. te 550-pou- nd First Comes, First Served, Nothing Reserved, Everything Goes, Follow the Crowds And Be Happy. EVERYTHING CASH OR PRODUCE. Stock and Fixtures are also offered a s awhole. If you are interested in a Stock we will give you a bargain. One and all give us a i V7flnY. Your Health Life and Death - COY S. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. could run under whip and spur. He is a pretty bay 16 hand, and weighs around 1,200 pounds. Goes 6 distinct gaits all good and fast. Pretty 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 have my personal attention, but will not be responsible for accidents. 1-- 1-- of Mrs. C. C. Terry. Mr. Noble Maybrier, who has been at work near Lexington, has come home to spend the spring and summer with his homefolks. Mr. Lucien Young and family left I will make their future home. The people of this section with them much success in their new home. Mrs. Mildred Wilson is still on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tarter, of Correspondence and inspection inviare moving in the house ted. Will also stand my big mule and with Mrs. Wilson. We are glad to have them in our midst. jennet jack on same terms. The victims of mumps and whoop-in- g S. T. POWELL, Hustonville, Ky. cough, near Jumbo, are improvMil-ledgevi- lle, Saturday for Lancaster, where they Field Seeds. GREEN RIVER. Miss Julia and Mr. David Williams of Eubanks have been visiting friends in this community. Mr. Roy Gerkey, who has been working in Garrard county for some time, is at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gerkey. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Terry, of Ludlow, are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mr. John Baugh and family and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wilcher, left last week for Heidelberg, where they will make their future home. Little Edward Denham, of McKin-ne- v, is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Sallie Hubble. Mr. and Mrs. John Wells spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Hick Smock, of Hustonville. ing. nine-year-o- ld -SEE - W. BUSH NELSON, OF LEXINGTON, KY., JESSE D. WEAREN, THE INSURANCE MAN, Pea-Jess- ie ge For-syth- TODAY About That Insurance. Better have a policy NOW than to have the neighbors say THEN, "He didn't have any insurance." Prices Are As Low As Any House In Central Kentucky, Superior and J. I. Case Corn Planters At T. D. Newland & Son, HEMP BRAKES . I apjfcdfhese '"7 ? W. H. HIGGINS, W :: Stanford, Ky, . Z ! it ft K it 'vW . .vyT J -- . - r'ta't , ' ,s f