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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): March 28, 1916 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1916 int1916032801_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): March 28, 1916 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Established 860.57th Year- .- No. 25 1 The Interior J OURNAL Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, March 28, 1916 GREAT FAIR THIS. FALL Is Assured by K. P. Lodge Members ADVANCE MAN -- c -. s: s&y & "w Tuesdays and Fridays K. DROWNS IN SUGAR CREEK "Well Known KNOXVILLE MISSIONARY Here Friday Going Over Ground Trade Boosters Will Visit. PAGEANT Pledge Enthusiastic Support. LINCOLN TRUST CO. FORMED P. DISTRICT CONVENTION Meets In Stanford Thursday Guest Of Diadem Lodge No. 81. FORMER LOCAL MAN SET FREE . - Mr. O. F. Whittle, representing At an enthusiastic meeting of the Stockholders of Progressive FinanBeauty and Impressiveness Brings Knoxville's First Trade Trip, ann Of local K P. lodge here Saturday afcial Institution Take Another To Close Christian Endeavor President of the Whittle Springs ternoon further details for the holdcompany, which operates a summer ing of a most successful fair here ' Step Forward. Convention Sunday. resort at the Whittle Springs near this fall were discussed, and the memKnoxville, was a visitor in Stanford Christian En- bership with one accord agreed to get The formerly of the Friday making arrangements for the deavor Eighth District which met, in behind the enterprise with energy At their meeting Saturday, the diDavid Anderson, Convention, section, but who has visit of the Knoxville business men Stanford last week, held its first ses- and enthusiasm. The K. P.s have rectors of the Lincoln County NationPreachersville al Bank organized The Lincoln Trust lived on Sugar Creek in Garrard for who will reach here April 12, at 9:05 sion Friday evening, in the Presby- been assured of hearty from the Chamber of Commerce and Company to be operated in connecyears, was drowned A. M. a number of pur- terian church. The program was ar- citizens Mr. Monday morning while attempting to pose ofWhittle came here for the com- ranged by Miss Delia Holiday, who county and business men of the tion with the bank. The capital stock discussing with the local generally who appreciate just is to be $25,000, divided into shares cross Sugar Creek on the Buckeye program presided over the meeting. Rev. D. the question for pike. The stream was very much mittee followed upon of thearrival of M. Walker, of the Christian church what a fair at Stanford means off- of $25 each. The amount of $25 to the community as a whole. The to each shareholder of swollen from a veritable cloudburst the be conducted the devotional exercises. the and directors will make every is to be paid of its surplus visitors the bank out. fund and which had occurred a few minutes Special. Mr. aboard the Trade Trip Rev. P. L. Bruce, of the Presbyterian icers Whittle stated that the to make the fair bigger and 6 church extended a word of welcome effort than ever before, and will the privilege given of taking the amount in trust company stock, so One" report is that Mr. Anderson's Trade Trip committee, comprised of to the visitors and Miss Baker, of better orcatalogue been men representing every team was running away, havingwhich ganization in Knoxville, business on Burgin, responded. Field Secretary, make such revision of the phases of that each shareholder of the bank decided can secure an equal number of shares started by a "heavy hailstorm made a talk as will make it cover all C. the wagon be- this move to get in touch with the on F. Evans, of Lebanon, by splendid farm life in this section. The fair in the trust company by paying for was falling, and that C. E. Work, followed here as a this year will be a big success and the it with the amount paid out of the came uncoupled and he was thrown p,eopleall of them means of impressing addresses by J. A. Sanders, of that the trip is being lodge has already started upon surplus fund. Another rumor is upon into the water. and Luther Ambrose, of Be-re- local undertaken by Knoxville's business its way. A special meeting of the diBusiness men and financiers bea powerful volume of water men rather for the purpose of SEEthat midrectors of the fair has been called for lieve that a trust company has long struck the vehicle and team turn- ING than of SELLING our folks. Mr. The sessions on Saturday were at Saturday, April 1st, at 2:30 o'clock been one of Stanford's- - most urgent stream and that the wagon was the mules were washed Whittle stated that the business men was" Christian church and the day when preliminary arrangements will needs and it will doubtless prove a ed over. The to taken up with reports from so- be gotten under way. just of Knoxville great help to the community, as down stream some distance but final- buy what we wereto sell as anxious them as they cieties and conferences. A debate had it will be authorized to act as guarly swam out. ship what they had to sell us. was the feature of the afternoon serMEDICAL SOCIETY MEETING dian, administrator, executor, trus-te- e Mr. Anderson's body was not were to words, Rev. F. M. Tinder, of LanIn other it and curator. Quite a number of found for several hours but a search- a "bartering" trip. is more or less of vices and caster, made an inspiring talk at the other progressive banks in small party located it about a mile and ing Discuss Prevention of Blindness In The personnel of the Trade Trip evening towns in the state have trust compaa half from where the accident oc- will consist of men like Mr. Whittle, a social services. After the services Now-Bor- n Babe. hour was much enjoyed by nies affiliated with them, and this The victim was a son of who are owners or managers of the all. Miss Georgia Dunn, of Lexingcurred. step by the Lincoln County National William Anderson, who died in the business houses which they represent. ton, gave an interesting talk on prisThe Lincoln County Board of Preachersville section some dozen Mr. Whittle stated that he had ar- on work at the Presbyterian church Health met in the county court room Bank will put it in the forefront with and progressive inyears ago, and a half brother of the ranged to furnish complimentary to Sunday afternoon. at 10 a. m., Tuesday, March 21st with other stitutions of the kind, and enable it n East End farmer, Jones Trade Trip committee Whittle Springs The convention closed Sunday eve- the Lincoln County-- Medical Society to greatly extend its scope of usefulAnderson. He was in Lancaster when water exclusively on the "special." ning with a regular C. E. Prayer to discuss the prevention of blind- ness to the community in which it is the news came of his brothersto misbabe and tracho- already such a potent factor. The Chamber of Commerce is leav- meeting at which time Miss Mary ness in the new-borthe immediately fortune and went ma. Dr. W. B. O'Bannon gave a lec ing no stone untourned to show the Craig Hayden beautifully sang scene. The body had been found visitors that they are willing to meet ture on ophthalmia neonatorum, and "Abide With Me." when he arrived. them half way in the effort being put CASEY BEATS ROAD BONDS. Then followed a beautiful Mission- Dr. J. G. Carpenter, one on trachoMr Anderson was about 50 years forth to establish closer business and ary Pageant. The large auditorium ma, to the physicians and he leaves sevold and besides a wife, News received from Casey county the county. The subjects were ilsocial relations between eral children.. He was an excellent and Stanford business men.Knoxville was taxed to its utmost capacity, to of Monday was to the effect that the accommodate the immense audience. lustrated with plates and drawings road bond question was defeated in citizen and his untimely death cast The pageant was a beautiful and im- of the natural eye and the sequels the election held there Saturday, by gloom over the crowd which had a of the diseases from a pathalogic Lancaster. gathered at court at PYTHIANS See the K. P. Wid- pressive appeal, as the different na- view. Drs. Pipes, of Moreland, Ro- from 200 to 300 majority. The proptions, represented by young ladies in ows and Orphan's Home in moving Carpenter, Hustonville, South- osition was to vote $150,000 worth NEGROES MAY BE DISMISSED pictures at the Stanford opera house native costumes, appeared before berta Brown and Peyton, of Stanford, of bonds for the purpose of improvard, Thursday, in connection 'with the "Columbia" and told of their needs Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, of Lancaster, and ing the roads of Casey, which are for Christianity. A chorus of young six colored Held Office Under Wilson regular Paramount program. It is "Who Have s' and Dr. Mpore, said to be in fearful shape, and also great and interesting picture. Two ladies in white robes added to the of color, were present and entered to build some new pikes. There was Years For Three shows. Admission 10c; get your tic- effectiveness of the scene. Much freely into the discussions. The little active campaigning done there praise is being given Misses Esther 25-- 1 ket from any K. P. expressed a.vote of .thanks for for the bond issue, it. is said, which A dispatch from Washington said Burch and Elizabeth Higgins for Following the filing of being called to be instructed and gave may account for its defeat. last week: their excellent work in training these e their BEDFORD'S CHAIN FOUND. charges with the Civil Service Comladies and Stanford feels justly the strictest attention is: invthe LATEST FROM MEXICO. mission of undue political activity W. M. Winkle, Mercer county far- proud to have such excellent instruct- experiences an)j practice of mic ne maae against George W. Gentry and W. D.s mer, who resdes near High Bridge, ors in her midst. .tches received from gtopre- Tardiff, two negro storekeeper-gauger- Saturday morning brought to LexColumbus, N. M., Mr. C. F. Evans closed with a few, happy in beint vent blindness employed under Collector ington a watch charm upon which words urging the youn .that Villa's baiid Hughes, of the Eighth district, by was engraved the name of Sam W consecrate themselves etAvardUnanTefforj; They were vt shwW, , Ulilll-yiM- l CVTL ' V Representative Helm, the commission Bedford, Lexington insun good manners ivork. P ETOSXSJQ Helm- - that it had who has been missing has notified Mr. The law now.re! The object of the pa: sine and'tid-wf"a- t recommended to Commissioner Os- 18. Winkle stated he hai how the bpportunity of: HHC72sB I t.2i,ry-- si borne removal froni ccrvice-.oburied in leaves at the sidei ionwork and to sho CLiial Cardiff.' Charges were filed jngr path' leading from th mWc$MA ef Stanford citizens. ena oi- - xiign. unuge to c at ifc JTw ictke man vflwee .candidacy EbiraC- - jfl$m&i&Bi& Mtrt m Mexico larch' 26. receive frHi ,'ic mtmk ii split which Bedwrd wore on tl within fat (iol Monday" 'stated that Columbia"-- Miss. aj ifh f :uvm: a d established a new six hours, if thj3nTanen is in town, Gen his disappearance, strengt! ouerts. t amdffgTSolor jjpahHwnr'f hours, if in the bas and twenty-fou- r exico. Villa's troops unmese liin miss vq met with f helief that he country. Misl Japanese Girl aked and shrieking It is understood that the charges wer , grew against the two cans unhesitatingly oltzclaw. Seventy-fiv- e per cent of the blind- lor ioo The Emporium at Hustc participation in the last out of their Hungarian Girl Miss ness in the new babe is due to opthal-mi- a gave America"hS"nnformation of their Spring Millinery di councilmanic campaign in. this city, have itsApril 1st. You are n Hill. of blind- movements, the report stated. neonatorum and 75 they have taken the matter urday. and that Polish Girl Miss Lettie Walker ness in other people is due to trachoUnited States military authorities 25-- 2 up with the department at Washing- invited. McKinney. ma. It behooves theJtax payers to are becoming increasingly impatient ton that they were not engaged in Italian Girl Miss Lucile Dudderar. take great interest in the above sub- for the completion of arrangements "partisan politics" at that time, which Syrian Girl Miss Kitty Jones. News of the Churches jects, as they are laxed to keep up with Gen. Carranza for the use of comes under the ban of the civil serJewish Girl Miss Frances Embry. the institution for the blind. the Mexican railways. The railroad vice rules. These cases will be Indian Girl Miss Annie V. Craig. is so prevalent in certain problem is considered the crux of the Trachoma On Sunday evening at 6:30, Mr. I. watched with much interest, as these Maggie sections of Kentucky, that the U. S. situation, it is stated. Miss Girl Armenian two negroes have held office now for C. Swaim, of Lexington, will address Jones. Government has established hospitals three years under democratic admin- the Baptist Young People's Union, on will Hindu Girl Miss Jean Paxton. The at various points by competent men have itsEmporium at Hustonville Sat"Amusement That Is Worth While." istration. Spring Millinery display, German Girl Miss Gene Wood. help stamp out the disease of trato Everybody is cordially invited. Bohemian Girl Miss Ethel Powell. choma, yet every physician worthy urday, April 1st. You are cordially Presbyterian church : Mid-wee-k 25-- 2 HIGHLAND Girl Miss Gertrude Wil- of the name of doctor should be able invited. Mexican evening, beMrs. Lillie Graybeal, of Pleasant service on Wednesday o'clock. The kinson. to successfully treat this disease. promptly at 7 DARING JAIL DELIVERY. Cuban Girl Miss Hester AnderPoint, visited Mrs. C. M. Young re- ginningMember Capvass will be made Every Dr. Pipes read a paper on the son. cently. A dispatch from Manchester, Clay dwelling at of "la grippe," Gypsy Girl Miss Katie Lynn Miss Serena Young was the week- on Sunday, April 2. county, Sunday said: One of the inThe large on sinus, laryngo-tracheend guest of her parents, Mr. and bested Christian Sunday school here Wood. complica- most daring jail breaks in the history the Lancaster school of the ear and Mountaineer Girl Miss Elizabeth flammation, specifically brain Mrs. C. M. Young. on labor pneu- of Clay county was effected here tions and Misses Lita Lewis and Pearl Cook same denomination Sunday in the Carter. early today, when, holding prison the Misses monia. The essay was freely discussed guards at bay, armed accomplices of Columbia's attendants have come home from Stanford, contest, which has been on for 326 past four weeks. There were by Drs. O'Bannon, Peyton, Brown, Bessie Clay Farris and Nancy Noe. much to the joy of their many friends scholars and teachers in attendance The chorus girls were Misses Eliza- Southard, Kinnaird and Caroenter. John D. Pace passed saws to him here. through a window of the building and only 200 Thfi follo'winEr were rrtaced on the told him to "get busy." Pace lost no Corbett Young and family visited here andthree out of at Lancaster. beth Higgins, Ruth Darnell, Elizais four his father, J. R. Young, on the Dan- This the local school has led Sundays beth Eldridge, Sallie M. Craig, Gene 'program for the next meeting at time, it .is said, quickly sawing the Lancas- Wood, Mary Bailey, Nellie Wilson that ville pike last week. Hustonville: Dr. Weddle, uompnea-tion- s bars of his cell window. He then was in Stan- ter's. Mrs. Rella Chestnut of "la grippe;" Dr. Childress, Hill, Belle Russell. Allie Russell Fish, Rev. W. A. "Swift, of Lexington, Josephine Carpenter, Thelma .Francis on treatment of "la grippe;" Dr. J. rode off with the band which liberaford last week, having some dental ted him. Friends after preaching at the Methodist Matsy Grimes, Patty Perkins and An- G. Carpenter, treatment and pathol- ported, helped the of Pace, it is rework done. man saw through fhurch Sunday, the 19th on Christian nie Rogers Powell. ogy of Calle's and Barton's frac- the iron bars. Pace, formerly a memMr. Rube Melton was on the sick Education, started a subscription for One of the concluding features of tures by extension and counter ex- ber of the United States Army, was list last week. Mr. George Baugh has been very increasing the endowment of Kentuc- the convention was the election of tension. It is an easy task to have a under indictment on a charge of the ky Wesleyan College, at Winchester. officers, the following being chosen good County Medical Society a post poorly for some time. murder of his father and stepmother. graduate course at home, when ev- He killed them while they were asleep Mr. Miranda, after being out for He was in the neighborhood for sev- for the succeeding year: eral days and secured $482. There a few days has had a relapse. President Martin Luther Am- ery member becomes lnteersted and it is alleged. A posse has followed Mrs. Mary Young and daughter, is hope of reaching $600. Rev. Swift brose, of Berea. takes a part, the greatest good to the the Pace band into Owsley county, Miss Minnie, are holding their own made a strong anr convincing plea. VicerPresident Mrs. J. A. San- greatest number. We owe this to our where the members are said to be At the Methodist church Sunday ders, of Nicholasville. patients and humanity to keep posted. strongly intrenched in a mountain verv well. Baugh is very low at morning just before Sunday school, a Mr. G. W. Contributed. Secretary Miss Annie McKinney, fastness. section of plastering about six or of Stanford. this writing. Nancy Carrier contines quite eight square yards in extent, fell Mrs. Treasurer Miss Kathleen O'ConSURPRISE BIRTHDAY DINNER. sick at the home of her daughter, from the center of the peiling. For- nor, of Harrodsburg. The home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Don't Neglect Kidneys tunately all persons present were Mrs. Bill Reed. County Directors Girdler was made liappy by an inMr. and Mrs. Newland Butt arer. sufficiently distant to escape damage. Jessamine Miss Helen Hunter. gathering of friends to celebrate Swamp-Roo- t, Dr. Kilmer's Prescripcatastrophe the proud parents of a new daugh-to- This impetus to served to give a Madison Mrs. George Dick. the sixtieth anniversary of the latnew mentioned the afore tion, Overcomes Kidney Trouble. Garrard Miss Irene Aldridge. ter. It was a complete surprise and Mr. and Mrs. Dishon, from" near Droject of a new church building. It Lincoln Mhs Sallie M. Craig. immensely enjoyed by all present. Stanford, and their visitor, "Mrs. Bar-nett- is hoped something will materialize. Boyle Clay Garrison. of the best The dinner consisted It is now conceded by physicians The Methodist Episcopal church at of Lebanon Junction, motorMercer Miss Ollie Morgan. things of the season. The table was that the kidneys should have more Sun-JiMinn., has ordered the St. Paul, ed over to attend church here Rockcastle Mrs. Floyd Miller. beautifully arranged and "they did attention as they control the other abolition of marriage fees to the pasAmong hoping the eat." tor. Such fees shall hereafter be counties the delegates from other will Here's many happygenial host organs to a remarkable degree and Carrier and Kinley Bastin, of birthdays. do a tremendous amount of work in here for the convention have to Green River, attended the singing considered contributions furnish the were : Those present, besides the family, removing the poisons and waste matan church. The pastor must here Sunday afternoon. From Nicholasville Mr. and Mrs. were; Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Bishop, ter from the system by filtering the . Sister Cook has been visiting her expense account incurred for car J. A. Sanders, Misses-Grac- e West, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Retherford, Mr. blood. re- fare, luncheons and other things for son, Hardin, near Buck Creek, Emma Duncan, Elizabeth Chrisman, and Mrs. J. L. Turpin, Mr. E. Mc The kidneys should receive some which he spends money in connection Lucile cently. Hutchinson, Mrs. Howard Cormack, needed. We take less with his official duties. This is get- riott; from Berea Mary Payne Mar- y Ruby, Margaret and HarryDowney, assistance when less water and often Dee Reed has gone to Stanford Misses Delia Russell exercise, drink ting the church down on a business to work for Mr. McBee. and Pruda Little and Luther and Geraldine Turpin. eat more rich, heavy food, thereby to be. George Reed, who has been at- basis as it ought Sunday-schoAmbrose; Miss Baker, of Burgin; forcing the kidneys to do more than AssoThe Kentucky tending school at Liberty, is at home Misses YOUNG MAN'S SAD FATE. nature intended. Evidence of kidney ciation has officially nroclaimed Sun- from HarrodsburgO'Connor; Virginia again. Givens, Kathleen Mr. and News comes from East Bernstadt, trouble, such as lame back, annoying Sunday-schoMiss Lucile Young, who has been day, May 7th, as "Go To John McGee, a bladder troubles, smarting or burnEvans, Day" throughout the State of Mrs. C. F.Misses of Lebanon; from Laurel county, thatat Lynn, attending school at Bellevue, had to Aldridge, young man working Garrard with an ing, brick-duIrene or sediment, sallow give up her studies and come home Kentucky. This announcement will Margaret Cook, JMary Lee Lear, Min- "extra gang," whose home was near complexion, rheumatism, warns that which inspire the hope and quicken the zeal on account of a weak ankle, work- nie May Robinson, Messrs. Will Rice Weaver, met a horrible death one your kidneys require help immediateof thousands of Sunday-schoshe sprained last October. ers and scholars. 'It w;ll be recalled Amon, Hudson Frisbie, Irvine Stapp, night last week. His body was burn- ly to avoid more serious trouble. An ideal herbal compound that has Day" last Val Cook, James Nevius, Cotton, ed beyond recognition. It is supthat "Go to Sunday-schoA SPECIFIC AGAINST COLDS. vear brought 600,000 visitors into Hendren, Ross and Rev. F.M. Tinder. posed that lightning struck the build- had most remarkable success as a kiding in which he was sleeping and ney and bladder remedy is Dr. KilThe' nearest thing to a specific Kentucky Sunday-schooland inThe Emporium at Hustonville will set fire to it, which was burned to mer's Swamp Root. There is nothing colds is a sleeping porch or creased the membership by fifty against have its Spring Millinery display, Sat- the ground. His body was taken to else like it. It is Dr. Kilmer's preopen bed room and a cold sponge thousand. urday, April 1st. You are cordially East Bernstadt for burial. scription used in private practice you first bath every morning when 25-- 2 invited. and it is sure to benefit you. Get a get up. Even then you will occa- Proper Treatment for Biliousness. FINE GLEE CLUB COMING. bottle from your druggist. For a long time Miss Lula Skelton, However if you wish first to test sionally take a cold, especially when Club, Glee COULTER WRIGHT. The Transylvania The Cincinnati Enquirer Sunday which made such a hit here last sea- this great preparation send ten cents epidemic, and when you do Churchville, N. Y., was bilious and colds are to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, at you will find Chambejlain's Cough had sick headache, and dizzy spells. said that marriage license had been son, will be heardnext the Stanford N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writWednesdav issued at Covington to Harry D. nnura VinnsA nn Remedy a great help in enabling you Chamberlain's Tablets were the only Wright, 22 years old, of Lexington, J night, March 29th, jurfder the auspi- ing be sure and mention the Stanford Interior Journal. to get rid of it. Try it. Obtainable thing that gave her permanent relief. and Miss Nannie G. Coulter, 24 years ces of the Woman's Club. AdmisObtainable everywhere. old, of Middleburg, Casey county. sion will be 25, 35 and 50, cents. 24-- 2 everywhere. Garrard Farmer, Formerly of Preachersvlle, Meets Peculiar Fate. Nich-olasvil- le a. up-to-da- te well-know- Plans are being made by Diadem Governor Stanley Grants Pardon to lodge, No. 81, Knights of Pythias to Sam M. WiJhite, Former City give the district convention of the orController of Louisville. der a hearty welcome whenj comes to Stanford this week, on Thursday, March 30. Prominent Pythians from His many friends and relatives in all over this section will be present, and a delightful, fraternal time is ex- this county, which is his old home,e, pected by all. Lodges which are ex- are glad to learn that Sam M. Wil-hitof Louisville, was pardoned by pected to have representative here as Gov. Stanley late last week. The well as the local lodge are: Temple lodge No. 17 of Burgin; Garrard daily papers say that among those lodge No. 29 of Lancaster; Utopia requesting the governor to pardon lodge No. 33 of Danville; Wilmore him were Messrs. J. S. Hocker and lodge No. 52 of Wilmore; Pilot lodge S. T. Harris and Dr. J. G. Carpenter, No. 78 of Ford; Jessamine lodge No. of Stanford. Mr. Wilhite, who was 103 of Nicholasville; Estill lodge No. formerly City Controller of Louis159 of Irvine; Madison lodge No. ville was granted a pardon Friday 160 of Valley View and Normal City afternoon by Governor Stanley of what remained of the penitentiary lodge No. 162 of Richmoncr. One of the attractive fectuies of sentence he was serving for embez$14,500 in bonds held by him the entertainment provided for the zlingcity as a visitors will be moving pictures of pleaded official in 1914. Mr. Wilhite guilty to the charge against scenes at the Knights of Pythias him in October, 1914, and was given Widows' and Orphans' Home at Lexington, to be shown as an extra reel a sentence of from two to ten years at the opera house here Thursday, in the penitentiary. Mr. Wilhite. who went to T.miisu two shows being given. The picture will be shown to everyone but will be ville from Stanford, years ago, was of especial interest to the Pythians named Uity Controller in 1901 by who know of the great work which is Mayor Grainger, and held that office done for their destitute widows and until the summer of 1914, when a orphans at this magnificent institu- defalcation in his office was discovtion. Formal sessions of the lodge ered by experts employed by Mayor will be held in the afternoon and ear rsuscnemeyer. The method followed ly evening, followed by the picture by Wilhite was the hypothecation of show and lunch at The Princess for citv bonds that had heen dpnnsifPfl with the city by contractors as a the visiting knights. ONE OF OLDEST CITIZENS n, mid-wiv- es James Gooch, Aged 92, Passes Away At Home Near McKinney James Gooch, aged 92 years, and one of the oldest men in the county, passed away at his home at McKinney early Sunday morning, of the infirmities of age, and in his death that section of the county has lost one of its most beloved and esteemed citizens. Mr. Goch was preceded to the Great Beyond by his go & Vfe only two years ago. Surviving him are five children, Messrs. Thomas W. Gooch, Fred Gooch, andMrsv Wood-i- e Jones, and Mrs. JameeTRtoten, of McKinney, and MraTC. Atf'ord, of Danville. The- - deceased ifwas for mid-wive- mid-wiv- es guarantee ot their work. The city lost nothincr bv the defalrat.Tnn ns th amount, $14,500, was fully covered oy a surety Dond. Wilhite later pleaded guilty and went to the penitentiary. The pardoning of Wilhite removes from the State penitentiary the chief bookkeeper at that institu-tio- n. Mr. Wilhite, who has long been considered one of the best accountants in the State, had revolutionized the system of keeping books at the penitentiary, and had put everything in perfect condition during his stay there. August F. Ropke, whose defalcation at the Fidelity Trust Company, of Louisville went above $1,000,000, is stilLm.,the penitentiary and will, in the future, have charge of the prison books. CasBit lastBd &? - . f Gen-trya- nd u.wro many years a faithfulun MKUurfthe DR. CASEY rGOSJTP MEXICO. Captain Henry t Lewis Casey, of" Baptist church. Fun Danville, who has en on detail serwere conducted over h vice in this HyMMKection withMonday moaning,, at 10 the War Cr M9flUigroftl.SJejifori xe- eeerv or .iuuunt iniersMiii' in uie. mcrui --- "TflMff If r" -- je&t HHBtii&eiLffi HHPnnatoHV 4nKHBpMNttvHvaB&ft MitHmmaimmmticA)t v ' BbiX i izrv ?-- "- DHHcavglry fl KL. i"ia3mveiHBs r.-- ;wvma ? H- - - A-n- )ifr ' - i local-negroes- lae al DEATH OF CHA News has been recei ville announcing the ley Rice, formerly of was a good many y 3HfctfAei "TTnolo" riiniOJo nc v.-w..w, n H B" known, lived here, buirKmjtKfmti-be- r of warm friends, who ean never forget him and who will regret to learn of his death. He Was a very popular man and made friends where-evhe went. He moved from Stanford to Springfield and thence to Danville, where he resided the remainder of his days. He had been troubled with diabetes for a good part of his life, which confined him to his bed for nearly two months prior to his death. He was laid to rest in the Danville cemetery Wednesday morning. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Katie Rice, and one daughter, Miss Hattie Rice, to whom the people here and elsewhere extend Vi v 7fTT- w TTJTiMfciT ( 'Fm lir" Waf. 'ailoT of a supply loaded for El Paso, anrfonfnlParrival there will be assigned to the Quartermaster's department. Captain Casey has many friends in this city. alSMMiHh nnmhaxnf. years in PhaSHfpaigna. He will leave atHKffersonvilIe; Ind., where charge -- 'J ' rl Wm trainHppB lHf er their deepest bereavement. General News Notes ter to circumference over the finding Estill county is stirred from cen- NEW AUTO AGENCY HERE. Another automobile agency was established in Stanford Monday, when W. L. McCarty, of the well known real estate firm of Hughes & McCarty, arranged for the agency of the celebrated Dodge car in Lincoln and adjoining counties. Mr. T. J. Butler of the Southern Motors Company, of Louisville, was here with Mr. McCarty, and planned an extensive advertising campaign for him. Mr. McCarty has secured a handsome touring car as a demonstrator which will be here shortly, and he will push sales of this machine which has proven very popular everywhere. MRS. SCHRODER The wife of Robert well known engineer on died at the home of her DEAD. five-passen- ger of oil in paying quantities. El Paso, Texas, citizens have tendered the use of 140 Maxwell cars to Gen. Pershing of the United States army, for use as he sees fit in any movement of troops. Sherman Gibson, constable, and J. B. McBee are in jail at Williamsburg charged with shooting to death Ran-zi- e Perkins, who would not submit to arrest for drunkenness. A Lexington dispatch says that fully 50 students in the High School will probably fail to graduate this year on account of the effects of cig- arette smoking. Schroder, a the L. & N.. mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Fishback, at Mt. Vernon, Saturday morning and was brought here for burial Sunday. Besides her husband she left two sons, one only two weeks old. She had been a sufferer for a short while from acute diabetes. Deceased, who was 26 years old and a devont member of the Christian church, was a niece of Mrs. Mary Straub, of this city. Her home was on a farm North of Lebanon and she was visiting her mother when the fatal sickness began. e, m Hol-lida- ol ol st ol ol s, Semi-Week- ly from a photographer 10,000 new picture post cards of prominent scenes in Stanford, which he had made especially for his customers. Tb scenes are of the water works dam, Hall's Gap, the lake, opera house, I. J. office and other business houses on that block of Main street, a view up Main street looking west from Lancaster RESORT. THE COURT OF LAST street, the old college building, now Around the stove of the cross roads the graded school, the high school grocery is real court of last resort, building, and the splendid new depot. all others. for it finally over-rulCough Remedy .has fcEEP YOUR BOWELS REGULAR. Chamberlain's As everyone knows, the bowels are been brought before this court in algrocery in the sewerage system of the body, and most every cross roads this country, and has always receiv- it is of the greatest importance that ed a favorable verdict. It is in. the they move once each day. If your country where man expects to re- bowels become constipated, take a ceive full value for his money that dose of Chamberlain's Tablets, just this remedy is most appreciated. Ob- after supper and they will correct the disorder. Obtainable everywhere.. tainable everywhere. es ton, Ind., resoluted against the great picture "Birth of a Nation" but such stuff seems to be only an advertisement for the greatest film achievement the world has ever known. A gray eagle, weighing 25 pounds and measuring six feet from tip to tip of wing, was captured by D. P. Chance in the Cumberland mountains a few days ago and was brought to Middlesboro. The bird attacked an child, and its claws became hung in the child's clothes, causing it to be captured. It is now on exhibition in Middlesboro. Barney Oldfield covered a mile in FIRE AT MT. VERNON. machine his Firestone The home of Mrs. Delia Baker in 45 seconds at Los Angeles, establishing a new world's record for that burned at Mt. Vernon to the ground late last week, causing a heavy loss, distance. The Harrodsburg Graded School but she was partially protected, havhas a savings bank, which was open- ing $900 insurance with J. D. Wear-e- n, ed a few days ago. The deposits for of Stanford. Mr. Wearen has the first three days amounted to been notified of the fire, but has not $60.57, made up largely of coppers. yet learned how it started. The Grand Army Post at Princetire-equipped You're always protected when Jesse D. Wearen, the Insurance Man of Stanford writes the insurance. It NEW SCENES OF STANFORD J. W. Acey, proprietor of the Lincoln Pharmacy, has just received n H The interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, March 28, 1916 Condensed Report of The Condition of 51 The Interior Journal S. M. Saufley $1 . Publisher Don't Scold, Mother! The Cross Child Is Bilious, Feverish! Look a Year When Paid in Advance; $1.50 When Paid at End of Year. at tongue! If coated, clean Lincoln CounhNationalBank, On March 7, 1916. Interest-bearin- g Entered at the pottoffic at Stanford a tecond elate raofl matter little stomach, liver, bowels. MEN'S WORK SHOES If there is one item in our list of Men's Wear that stands out more prominent than the rest, it is our MAN'S WORK SHOES. A shoe for the man behind the plow, on the wagon, in the rock quarry, on the- railroad section. A shoe for the man who labors during these times of high price hides and leath - RESOURCES: obligations due bank . Banking House and Equipment Available Cash Assets . $480,090 10,750 73,547 $564,388 $179,878 98,600 285,909 $564,388 35 00 65 00 , 98 00 02 00 LIABILITIES: Capital; Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits "Corner Next To Court House." Stanford, Kentucky For Detailed Report See Elsewhere This Paper. ing for the1 insertion in the preamble of the words. "Whereas. Judge D. W. "Gardner needs a job." The chief speech against the bill was made by Representative Bailey, democrat, of Hopkins, who declared himself opposed to needless expenditure of the people's money. Mr. Bailey was interrupted by Representative Clay Kauffman, of Garrard, who made an unusually fine record in the General Assembly, who asked sarcastically of Bailey: "Don't you think that when a man is down and out politically that the party to which he belongs ought to create a job to take care of him?" The plank in the Democratic platform upon which Stanley was elected, providing for economy, seems to have cut no figure in this bill, though it was the all important (?) reason why some democratic legislators could not vote to submit state-wid- e prohibition to the people. Stanley permits the bill to become a law and a couple of more needless jobs are created in open defiance of the democratic platform and in ruthless disregard of the fact that taxpayers are already burdened to the limit H. H. Colyer, of Madison couny has been appointed to a $3000 a year job on the State Rating Board by Don't scold your fretful, peevish child. See if tongue is coated; this little Notwithstanding vigorous protests is a sure itscloggedstomach, liver and with sour waste. and tax- bowels are from" people of the district, When listless, pale, feverish, full payers all over the state who object of cold, breath bad, throat sore, does to seeing the creation of more offii-c- not eat, sleep or act naturally, has in strict violation of the Demoindigestion, diarrhoea, cratic platform, Gov. Stanley allowed stomach ache, give a teaspoonful of "California Sythe act of the legislature creating rup of Figs," and in a few hours all the 36th judicial district, to become the foul waste, sour bile and fera law last week. The act creates menting food the passes out of the Thirty-sixt- h to bowel and you have a well and playJudicial District, the be composed of the counties of Mor- ful child again. Children love this gan, Wolf and Magoffin. It changes harmless "fruit laxative," and mother District so that it can rest easy after giving it, because the Thirty-secon- d will be composed of Breathitt, Lee it never fails to make their little and Estill. The Circuit Judge for clean and sweet. the new district is to be appointed by Keep it handy, Mother! A little the Governor. During debate on the given today saves a sick child tobill in the House, Representative morrow, but get the geuine. Ask your Hutchcraft offered an amendment, druggist for a bottle of "Calwhich was held out of order, provid- ifornia of Figs,"which has directions MORE NEEDLESS OFFICES es "in-side- s" 50-ce- nt yAe 'Mb for babies, children of all ages and plainly on the bottle. for grown-up- s Remember there are counterfeits sold here, so surely look and see that yours is made by the "California Fig Syrup Company." Hand hack with contempt any other fig syrup. 251 phone it had seemed as companionably .innocent as a canary. And it had turned to blink sagely at Manley as the girl, apparently unconscious of his presence, had crossed to the mahogany-lace- d vault set in the library wall and proceeded to open its ponderous dcor. This had startled Manley not a little, for the combination of that vault was a secret jealously guarded by Golden, a secret unknown to Manley himself. It was not until she stood with the massive door swung open that Manley had confronted her. But she showed no embarrassment at his sudden inter- er, and no man ever saw it higher. A merchant who buys shoes must certainly know his business. No novice can do it. 25 years' experience has shown us how to find defects; how to find the good things left out and the imitations put in. MENZ EASE WORK SHOES are as solid as a bone. All leather soles, counters and heels, in black, tan or smoke color at $2.50 to $5.00. See them before you buy. McRoberts & Bailey. CENT -A- ruption. "My father has just phoned from Philadelphia," she explained. "There are certain papers he must have for his conference with the Regent Trust -WORD ADS l Auditor Greene. Colyer was a candidate for Auditor but "withdrew in Greene's favor and gets a nice job as a "reward." SjjUjjugltficians to have found that hava nice soft berth, by ing been likewise State Treasurer GnHipPRwt: the same sort of emin thiHKite tHr HHR fl THE ROtiSCLAW . i i i?.fc: FIFTH EPISODE. iFHE 4. .'73,?n.i !NTERVEJNv!TIT0 W JEI in MOTHERS, LISTEN! Has your son ever worn a "Wooley Boy" Suit? If so, he will continue. All Pure Wool, Nicely Tailored, Fit Well and the colors that look better. Price: $5 to $12.50; other makes $2 to $4.50. Come now and buy a Spring Suit. -- David Manley was not altogether proud of his day's work. As he sat tied and bound on the rough brick floor beneath the Owl's Nest that once flippant-mindeyoung man even acknowledged that things looked rather bad for him. He had been made a prisoner. The iron claw of Legar had reached suddenly out and close about him. But David Manley did not altogether give up. As he lay there, sore in body, but even more battered in mind, he still spasmodically struggled with the cords that held him hand and foot. The solitude of that unsavory den did not add to his comfort. The mere fact that Legar could see fit to leave a d one-arme- company tomorrow." (Ads here ar cent a word each issue, cash with order; no ad. less "But when did you find out how to LOST Dog, in Walnut Flat secopen that door?" had been Manley's than 25c each issue.) tion, on March 20th; a valuable white inquiry. and lemon spotted hound. Notify J. "Two minutes ago, over the tele WANTED. Lincoln County Na- E. Stigall and get reward. Crab Orphone," had been the girl's reply. 25-- 1 chard, Ky., R. R. 2. tional Bank Stock. See E. C. at door is shut "Then?; 25-- tf at Interior Journal. better," he had and loc SELECTED SEED CORN. Pure . i "Er warned Tennessee Red Cob (big dry grain, sked, for the fin wkwkWW- -r afltfv D. Crippled or captured- white), limited quantity; Wright's "Wh : also pea Jowls, bam bens excitement. Georgia xellow; Extra Early the time c im nraHan rd, Ky. 25 "Beck aitoflcfTrj unknown mai SStttrnJIW early feeding. Clover Bot- n tms nouse, an riNfc.:ivi: i hiding rw . nimr i'LTDt vVBTEiBr k Farm, J. H. Wright, 25-4heaven. what he's afte: A'tfMUHFSS ALE. Two good heif llW. kJ r?-- Mijfri fir ' frnTn rmrfA rUTC2&3.Jl ? xxyx fe""" Tri llroc? ' i in time.li x.v.tr ' JJ. Eve; -- t k.asnafi-: m.:av oken Manley hai WjifSfe , Ui'TIU iUrbrugg btanf ord, K. za UjfM l JX-detec tesn4ian stural fullness abort m ir a.ti i the porttewf! V444 pipg the side door rrt. Ln .. H M&G kSALE. 35 steers, weighfrtg' the library. And on the polished pari fsm?' ltj. pounus; reaay to go mtn quet floor at the bottom of that pcrtier M Jl.F T'vf two weeks, ueo the toe of a .man's shoe had bee D. 1, Stanford. 25 plainly visible. Yet Golden's secre WFT?PT lr k" "MkwrmF&kXm tary had waited until the girl had STANFORD picture Post Cards. closed and locked the vault door. Then yf or the figure behind New scenes. Send them to your he had leaped A School-hous- e LOST. Pin set with pearls, at the to erect in Div. 4T Christian church, Saturday night; re Sub. 15. For plans see M. F. North. 25-- lt 25-- 2 ' Chairman, Hustonville, Ky. ward; leave at this office. J BUY a No. 11 Oliver Sulkey Plow from W. H. Higgins if you want the best plowing ever done on your 25-- 1 farm. iKjB . Tifw.:5 mtumtw 'jijrr. 1 i 1- ,., I w .. I PYTHIANS See the K. P. Widows' and Orphan's Home in moving-pictureat the Stanford opera house Thursday, in connection with the regular Paramount program. It is a great and interesting picture. Two shows. Admission 10c; get your ticket from any K. P. 25-- 1 -- t. -. 1 fli-- ii. , .- T sor kwkm perior and J. I, Case Corn Planters At-- the drapery. But that intruder behind the drapery had apparently not been altogether unconscious of the danger confronting him. He had at the same moment nimbly through the quickly opened door, throwing an approaching and suddenly hysterical housemaid aside as he had swept past her. The redoubtable Wilson, who had also attempted to block his exit, had even side-steppe- friends from the best town ir tucky. The Lincoln Pharmacy. Ken25-- 1 d OUR thoroughbred Angus Bull, Wilson's Pride, will be permitted to serve a limited number of cows at $3. J. M. Cress & Son, Stanford, R. D. No. 4. 23-- 2 prisoner thus unguarded impressed d theprisoner with the fact that his enemy was only too well as- sured of his power. And the more Manley thought of Legar and his methods the more that sinister figure seems to bewilder him. He knew that Legar was the unrelenting and eternal enemy of Enoch Golden, just as he had been the enemy of Gplden's daughter Mar-gor- y. ROBINSON'S faAn SM 1 Your Health depends on the purity of drugs used and the care employed in compounding the prescriptions given you by your doctor. Sometimes it is even a matter of Life and Death Our stock of drugs It is is M iW - the best and freshest we can buy. We use the utmost care in compound-in- g all prescriptions, as your doctor will tell you. a matter of conscience with us. . ' 4 The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. JW. tACEY, The thought of Margory directed Manley's mind back to tjie earlier events of that strange day. He recalled girl his long talk with that quiet-eyeshadows of the in the quiet-tone- d Golden library. It had been the first talk between them into which the personal note had entered. He had enjoyed that talk, for he had felt, as it progressed, that the girl had begun to realize he was her friend, that he wanted to be her friend. But the quietness of the Golden home had proved to be nothing more than a lull which precedes the sudden storm. For, five minutes after he had left the smiling girl, th6 Golden butler, with terror in his eyes, had come running to him saying there was a stranger in the house, a stranger who had been seen lurking about the halls and had promptly disappeared t thp. Rieht of one of the servants. So Manley, forgetting everything else,( had promptly joined in the search for that mysterious intruder. And his first thought, after doing so, had been for Margory Golden. Hurrying to the library to make sure of her safety, he had found her seated at her father's desk, quietly talking over the telephone. And there had been little in that scene not suggestive of tranquillity. For blinking placidly down from its perch beside her had stood Tito, Margery Golden's newly acquired parrot, for which Manley himself had small leve. This feeling was based, not so much on tho malevolent air of wisdom surrounding that green-bodie- d filcher of human phrases, as on somewhat disturbing trick, taught the It by some earlier master, of seeking put gas jets and turning them on the moment it was freed from its chain. Yet asMt had stood close beside the, d Proprietor. Dr. W. N. CRAIG, PfcamacU? girl taJking..over the tele-- WE received late this week some e more mighty pretty spring style in and see them Saturday. gone dojvn, knocked more promptly Miss flat by one fierce blow. It had been Ky. Ella May Saunders, Stanford, 24-- 1 then, and then only, that Manley discovered the identity of the intruder. cottage RENT. Four-rooHe had caught sight of the scarred on FOR Main street. Apply to Ewalt East face, which even an ample beard failed Givens, Stanford. 22-- tf to screen. He had seen the right arm of wood which ended in its sinATTENTION HEMP GROWERS. ister iron hook, and all doubt as to his See T. D. Newland's new seed drill enemy had vanished. way for sewing hemp seed and all kinds But this discovery had in no of small grain. This machine will interfered with Manley's pursuit of pay for itself in saving seed in one 24-- 3 that audacious intruder. season. It had not been a pretty fight, that d contest between the NOTICE Creditors of Carroll L. exscar-face- d youth and the a des- Dudderar will file their claims prop ploiter of evil, but it had been perate one. As Manley, pressing stub- erly proven with the undersigned at bornly on, had struggled to close in once and those indebted to him will ' on his opponent, Legar had discreetly please settle. J. F. Dudderar, Ad-- 1 21-- 3 and nimbly backed away until he ministrator. found the double house door itself barring his farther retreat. Thereupon he had promptly shattered the plate-glas- s backing the iron grill work on the hinges, and had actually swung one of these doors open before Manley could gather himself together and spring bodily on his escaping enemy. They had gone down the broad steps together, locked arm in arm, fighting and clawing as ferociously as midnight cats in a tenement court. And Man-lewith one hand on Legar's leathery FOR SALE 300 acres; throat, would surely have won, had residence; 150 acres in grass, balup to the curb not a closed car glided ance in cultivation; 3 large stock along which they were writhing and barns; 1 large tobacco barn; on panting and rolling. From that car a yellow-face- d good turnpike. This is A-- l farm. Italian known as Scoop had taken a prompt and active part in Price and terms right. the encounter. He had withheld FOR SALE Modern cottage; finalities, however, until Manley was new; 5 rooms, with bath comuppermost. Then, with a quickly plete; at a bargain if sold at drawn "billy" he had blackjacked that once; rents for $14 per month; to youth into utter indifference as 3 squares from court house. Legar and mysteriously waiting limouFOR SALE 100 acres, thejeest of the world. sine and all house; good barn, 225 fruit trees; 70 acres cultivation, balance in (To Be Continued Friday) timber; 3 2 miles from StanSHOWN AT THE WHAT IS BEING ford. Price $25 per acre. OPERA HOUSE THIS WEEK FOR SALE 35 acres; good Tuesday (Paramount) Elsie Janis, "Nearly a Lady,' house; limestone land; new barn; 4 2 miles north of Wednesday Stanford; 28 acres in grass, balTransylvania Glee Club. ance cultivation. Price $3,400. Thursday (Paramount) Fanny Ward, "The Marriage of Kitty," Laskyl Friday Fifth Chapter "The Iron Claw," Pathe. hats-Comm hand-to-han- d slim-bodie( y, ry 1-- W. H. HIGGINS, :: Stanford, Ky. YOUNG MEN ! Easter is late this year, but better be prepared. Come in and try on one of our PILE OF STYLE SUITS. You will like them. . W.E. PERKINS, - Crab Orchard List of Properties in Lincoln County and Stanford For Sale. Easy terms. FOR SALE 190 acres; two miles from Hustonville; 130 acres SALE. 38 acres, FOR cottage; good barn; 5 miles from in grasr balance in cultivation; court house; bargain if sold" at Bos-wort- h. 1-- peach and apple orchard; balance in timber; 2 miles from Crab Orchard. Price $28 per acre. 125 acres; 3 FOR SALE small houses; 2 bams; 50 acres grass and cultivation, balance in timber; good orchard; 8 mile school. Price $15 per acre. FOR SALE. 50 acres; house; good barn; all in grass; 1 2 miles from Stanford; on farm. turnpike. This is A-- l right. Price and terms 1-1-- once. FOR SALE. 54 acres; new house; new barn, 32 acres in grass and cultivation; 5 acres residence; barn 50x70; large concrete silo; fencing all new; good community; in the richest part of county. Price $75 per acre terms easy. FOR SALE 70 acres; good barn; good orchard; house 30 acres cultivation, balance in timber. Price $1,200. FOR SALE 47 2 acres; house; new' barn; 27 acres grass and cultivation, balance in timber; 4 mile of school. Bar1-4-ro1-- Beautiful residence; on Lancaster street; 5. acres land. Price right. Easy terms. gain at $1,200 FOR SALE cash down. A. B FLORENCE, Office 26,bBMlnNat.BankBIdg.,Stanford, Ky. I The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky; Tuesday, March 28, 1.-- 9 j6 The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky., "Well, I Should Say DOES Work" 'Bets-I- t' "look a' There, If You Don't Think If s Just Wonderful for Corns!" "Bless my stars, look at it! Land of That the livin'! Why. just look at it! oeel- pnrn eama riirht off. lust like your finger on my inff bananas. Put Was Organized October 4th, 1882. The sum of has since been returned to the stockholders in STOCK DIVIDENDS. The sum of has since been paid to the Stockholders tn the SEMI-ANNUA- Mss Nell Eubanks, of Danville, is the guest of Mrs. W. M. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Pruitt, of Moreland, were guests of Rev. and Mrs. W. D. Welburn, the first part of the week. Mr. Logan Stephenson, of May-woospent Saturday and Sunday with friends at Hustonville. Ben Fishback, of State University was here Sunday for the burial of his sister, Mrs. R. W. Shroeder. Miss Mary Burdette motored to Crab Orchard Saturday, where she is the guest of Mr. and Brs. R. L. d, -- The Opening of Our New Store HMBI9fii&$P"$&'' . Collier. $200,000.00 $235,500.00 .Miss Nancy Yeager, who has been the guest of Mrs. W. R. Rice, of Louisville for some time, returned Sunday. Misses Nell Alan and Nancy Wed-dlof Hustonville, were the guests of Miss Elizabeth Stagg Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mary Gaines and Miss Sadie Chadwick, of Crab Orchard, will leave next Monday for Richmond, where they will enter the Normal e, ' Y - v' Xv' 1' 4 imi' tSSIjMfljfcflj L DIVI- DENDS. Carried to the Surplus Fund Total, $ 28,500 00 $464,000.00 Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. J. Personal and Social Did Yon Ever See the tike? Ke is the Biggest Wonder Gets-- It Selling Cora Care 1b the World!" toe, right there, don't be afraid, the skin feel that's it, that'show smooth corn was. where the Is? Well, way Well, that beats all!" That's theevery "Gets-It- " works on all corns, simple corn, every time. It's the new, way of curing corns. You'll say goou-by- o like to all foolish contraptions plasbundling bandages, sticky tape,grave-digge- rs salves, and ters, such as knives, razoas and stops pain. Applied "Gets-It- " scissors. Never in 2 seconds. or press fails. Nothing to on the corn. stick to, hurt "Gets-It- " is sold everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence C: Co., umcago.. hi. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy, by the Lincoln Pharmacy. toe-eating school. Heard About Town 'fc Social Calendar. March 29 The Logan-Whitle- y Chapter of D. A. H., will meet with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sinkhorn, of DanMrs. J. C. McClary at 2:30 p. in. ville was the guest of Mrs. W. W. March 29. The Young Ladies Girdler, Tuesday. B?Perkinsf Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. March 31 Junior Expression Contest, at the Graded, School, 8 p. m. An Ideal Remedy ' For Nursing Mothers. COMPOUND OF SIMPLE LAXATIVE HERBS SAFE FOR BABY AND MOTHER. v and most people at one time or another need help in regulating the action of the bowels. Harsh cathartics and purgatives should not be employed to relieve constipation, as their effect is only temporary while they shock the system unnecessarily. A remedy that can be used with perfect safety for the tiniest babe and that is equally effective for the strongest constitution is found in the combination of simple laxtive herbs known as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and sold in the drug stores everywhere for fifty cents and should be in every family medicine chest I. Barsolow, .Mrs. F. Mass., wrote 18 LeslieCaSt., to Dr. Holyoke, "Syrup Pepsin certainly is fine. I gave it to my baby, Evelyn, and also took it myself. It is the only medicine I have been aY)je to take without affecting Baby in the nursing: I id-we- ll, affects the old, young and Constipation is a condition that middle-aged, ,4 f. i " l I I ; ' ; v U .h. .' EVELYN BARSOLOW have used it for all four children and is it fine ; they like it and ask for it." A trial bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin can be obtained free of charge, by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 Washington St., Monti-cello, 111. "wr From April lstflo De cember 1st There will be some time during each day that you Will Need A Top Coat. We are showing the latest New York Models. Some New Coats Just Put Into The Line This Week. Corduroy, Chinchillas, Poplins, Serges, Fancies, Combinations. Let us Show You These Swell Coats. Prices $4.50 to $20. w SEVERANCE & SON. T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Court-Hous- e, Have Barbed Wire, Wire Fence, Poultry Netting and Smooth Wire and Nails. Don't fail to call when you need any of these or Phone No. 168. , ... About 200 names were taken off the I. J. subscription list this week, and more will follow if renewal of subscription is not received, and payment made for a year jn advance. Many have sent in remittances but in several instances have not includ ed payment for a year in advance. Their attention is called to the label. If the date shows Jan. 16 or Feb. 16 or Mar. 16, or any month with '14 or '15 following, the subscription has expired, and must be paid for a year ahead as well as back subscription. The I. J. is $1 a year cash in adwas vance, and every subscriber's paper Mrs. Roy Spears, of Moreland, will be stopped when his time is up in town shopping Saturday. C. J. Sipple & Co., of London, have Mrs. W. H. Mershon is in Mercer the bedside of her father, J. W. sold their livery and feed business to at John Eversole, who also bought the Hafley, who is seriously ill. Miss Annie Lunsford, of near real estate and will continue at the Junction City, is the guest of her same stand. Mr. Sipple will devote his time to real estate and insurance. uncle, James Lunsford. Sauire W. M. Fields, wife and Miss Jennie Lawrence, of Lancaswas the week end guest of Miss pretty daughter, Ruth Fields were ter, down from the West End Saturday. Maud Carter. Mrs. Ivan Fish, of Crab Orchard, The Squire says that John Fields has was in town Saturday doing some been with them for a week or more and that he is making a good farmer shopping. Mrs. Sam Dudderar, of Gilbert's ut of him, while he is taking his vacaCreek, was in town shopping Satur- tion. PYTHIANS See the K. P. Widday. Misses Martha and "Bobbie" Tuc- ows' and Orphan's Home in moving ker were the guests of Misses Maggie pictures at the Stanford opera house Thursday, in connection with the and Elizabeth Stagg Wednesday. and Ernest Gander, son of Mr. New-lan- regular Paramount program. It is a Two d great and interesting picture. Mrs. Jacob Gander, who live on shows. Admission 10c; get your ticavenue, is ill with pneumonia. 25-- 1 Mrs. J. L. Blankenship has been ket from any K. P. Senator Charles Montgomery, of very ill at her home on Embry Casey county, and Gbl.T. L. CarpenHeights. ter, of Hustonville, were in LancasMr. J. R. Bailey ha ter Monday, attendng court day, and of Mr. and Mrs. J. meeting the democrats. Senator and family. Montgomery is a prospective candiMrs. James Mersh her home at Lebano njHuHpn- - date for congress in this district and day, after a visit to his friends say he is meeting with much encouragement wherever he Mrs. D. T. Brumm ith ges- spent H. Downey, W: P. Buchanan; 'the innk dealer. friends at McKinney; T. J. Hill returne Kom of this city, shipped a car load of rags, bones and rubber to M. Wides, a several days' stay "other sections. at Richmond Friday. Mr. Buchanan - says that the markets are higher in Senator R. L. Hub his lines than they have been for fined to his bed wr many years and he hopes that the days this week. mg people will take advantage of the D. V. Kennedy, a mill in Scott coun cy, Syciii ouu day prices he is giving and bring their junk to him. with the homefolks here, r News was received here by Mrs. Mrs. W. R. Dillion, of London, is the guest of Mrs. Joseph Coffffey and Mary I. Burch from his son, Sam family. Burch, of Boligee, Ala., that he had Mr. C. H. Campbell left yesterday the misfortune to lose a large new for California where he expects to barn by fire. Although he carried insurance, his loss was quite heavy, locate. Mrs. Belle Perkins is visiting her as he had a large supply of feed and brother, Col. W. L. Lawson, at Lan- had recently purchased a lot of new farming implements, all of which percaster. Mrs. Ollie Murphy and little son, ished. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ross, son and Fred, are visiting friends at Paris, Lexington and Frankfort. daughter, who have rented the J. B. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Helm,, of the Jones farm near Hayden's Switch, Peyton's Well section, spent several have taken possession, and are being days with Lancaster relatives. given a cordial welcome to' Lincoln Homer, little son of J. Perry Bal- county. Mr. Ross is recently from lard, of the Preachersville section, is Tucson, Arizona, but went west from ill of pneumonia. Perry county and is a Rev. A. A. Hggins, of Louisville, mountain democrat. He plans came up Monday to spend several to farm in a small way on the Jones days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. farm of ten acres. iW. H. Higgins. Jay Weil, the popular young stock Mrs. G. W. Cabell, who was opera- buyer of the big Weil firm, of Lexted on recently for tumor, is getting ington, was here this week, riding along very nicely and her friends through the country in a swell Mc- soon hope to see her out again. Farlan Six runabout which attracted. J. M. McCarty and family have attention wherever it appeared. moved from HalliGaF to the cot- Thurlow Jones, Will Shanks and othtage on East MaflHated by J. F. er local cattle men insisted that they Cummins and famiiy should be permitted to use it as they Captain and MrsTFilB. Willis, pro- claim to have paid a goodly part o prietors of the Crab Orchard Springs its cost in their, various tradea with were the guests of Mr. Carroll Bailey the popular stock buyer. ' Among those who were present at and family Wednesday. Misses Nancy Weddle and Nellie the burial of Mrs. R. W. Shroeder Allen, of Hustonville, were the here Sunday afternoon were: Mr. and guests of Mrs. Jesse Stagg and family Saturday. C. F. Higgins, a prominent busi- Eat Without Fear ness man of Richmond, was here Saturday with his sister, Mrs. Adelia Of Indigestion Or Woods. He went from here to Mt. Vernon. Sour, Acid Stomach Mrs. Russell Dilnon returned to Lincoln county Tuesday, after being with her son, Lynn Dillion, who Instant relief! Pape's Diapepsin" ends had been ill with pneumonia. Lonyour Stomach Trouble Forever don Sentinel. Col. S. T. 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Please, for .your sake, don't S Mot Cla.imcd.But Proven Merit. a weak, disordered snd 'n reuch;en with unnecessary. 251 J Live Acents Wanted. tfmTEP.qBox2448.0osTQN.HtS5. ifs. so frf' . '.'il. v v-,- . ,.. J 4.)f.iASA,w351W. 4? x,... .. .. y,v. ' y . Welsh & Wiseman Go DANVILLE. KENTUCKY Invite you to honor them Avith your presence at the opening of their new home Saturday, April tlie First, Nineteen Hundred andJSkeen jRRRKRRRk. taH tiKto Doors Open at i- - l ,,JC - .. if , rt- - '& lHHontBeral iHBind Mrs. William Krueger, of Mt. Ver- voice and her control of it is well-nigThomas J. Pence secretary of the non, Mr. James Mudd and Miss Ethel perfect.. Democratic National committee, died Mudd, of Louisville, Mr. Hugh Shroein Wsahington after Rufus Campbell, aged 38, jailer of Monday Senator James will be a long der, of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. one of illness. King, Moreland, Mr. Charles Wilhoit, Russell county, is dead of the pallbearers at his burial in his Moreland, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Pruitt, old home in Raleigh, N. C. Moreland, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Sparks, of Mt. Vernon, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Huffman, of Paris. Ben Scanlon went to Hazel Patch Saturday to see after some telephone THE BEST PLOW FOR THE FARMER, lines that had been giving the exchange here trouble. John S. Baughman, local agent for the I. H. C. motor truck, sold one to L. E. McKinley, of Casey county, last ht The Chattanooga Chilled Plow I Tci ww it- week. dyed-in-the-wo- ol B. F. Rout, superintendent of the Stanford Water, Light and Ice Company, went to the mountains on Monday to make ice contracts for the summer run. Miss Mary Craig Hayden, of Paris, favored the Sunday school of the Christian church with a beautifully rendered vocal solo Sunday morning. Miss Hayden has a sweet, rich -rri TVial' if " .arisfarfnrV- - flnmp Rarlr anA " Get Your Money. rrr St GEORGEH. FARRIS. & Xkm JtzLm tCLm A PERFECT STONE lier. a smaller perfect stone. Same way with motor cars. Some people buy a "big bunch" for a dollar; some seek quality rather than size and then many buy imitations. But unlike diamonds motor cars depreciate in value the nearer perfect mechanically, and the smaller the operating expense the less the depreciation. When a car runs 22,00 miles without an adjustment, it approximately perfection mechanically, when it does this at an average expense of two cents per mile it approaches perfection from an economic standpoint. The American Automobile Association, the supreme court of the industry vouches for this unrivalled record. It's not a maker's claim, but a ' verified fact. Is a $1,000 high for such a car that exemplifies the most advanced, trend in body dosign? "Monotonous similarity of appearance indicates low-grade-." Some diamonds are bigger than others some better and some costA big diamond, tho' it cost more is not always better than a smaller one. For a given amount you can get a diamond that is bigger than - step-daught- ' V Then when you .know this world's record Maxwell is only $685, de. livered completely equipped when you come to buy your car what are you' going to do about it? - i-- r At Lincoln County National Bask H. C. CARPENTER v mft Stanford. Kentucky 4 - X The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, March 28, 1916 XX( How's This? Swinebroad, of Lancaster, sold to Richard Gentry, of Boyle, two Jersey milk cows for $175. TVc offer One Ilunilred Dollars Roward for any J. P. Ballard and George D. Boone case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's bought in the Bee Lick section last Catarrh Cure. F. J. CnCNEY & CO.. Toledo, O. week a car load of hogs at 7 c. "VVc. the undersigned, haTe known F. J. Luther Holmes, of Mt Vernon, last Chenev for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly IsonorsMe In al' business transactions week sold seven fat hogs that aveand hn.nclilly able to carry out any obligations raged 188 pounds at 8 4 cents, or made by his firm. a total of $115.50. These seven hogs NAT. BANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo, Ohio. nroro frnm n lirflp nf nlnft nip's. He Hall's Catarrh Cure Is takrn Internally, acting has sold $185.50 worth of hogs, and directlr upoa the blood and mucous surfaces of put iour in nis meat, laruer. the system. Tirstlmouials sent free, rrlce io G. B. l-2- On Tuesday, W. F. Sims closed a deal for the sale of his- farm of 144 acres at Poplar Plains, in Fleming county, to Dr." A. J. Hillman, of Olive Hill. Consideration $11,500. - LANCASTER COURT. 3-- Notwthstanding the inclement weather a fairly good crowd attended Lancaster court yesterday, but business was not brisk in any line. Of the 100 scrub cattle on the market, i cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family TIUs for constipation. probably 75 were sold. Prices ranged from 7c for steers down to 6c for common stuff. A bunch of heifers sold at 6 c. Traders were active in buying lambs and hogs for the future. For the former they offered 8 to 8 and for the latter, about 8c, some going a shade higher. Only a few mules were on the market. There was a demand for them and they went in a jiffy. Priqes ranged from $136 to $145. Plug horses were slow at any price but there was some l-2- l-- 2c demand for the better class. $40 to choice $77.85; common to fair to $60 was about as much as could $5.506.75; heifers, extra, $7.85 be gotten for the former, but several 8.50; good to choice $7.25 7.75; good business horses sold at $100 to common to fair $5.50 7; cows, extra $66.50 6.85; good to choice $160. common to fair $45.50; canners $3.854.25; bulls steady; Cincinnati Stock Market bologna $66.75; extra $6.857; fat bulls $77.25; milch cows steady Cincinnati, 0., March 28. Cattle calves slow and weak; extra $9.95 Receipts 1,753; shipments 151; 10; fair to good $7.509.50; commarket slow; shippers $78.85; mon and large $4.759.50;. Hogs butcher steers extra $88.G5; good Receipts 3,626; shipments 573 mar $5.-756.2- 5; strong; selected heavy $10.10(5) 10.15; good to choice packers and butchers $10.0510.10; mixed packers $9.8010.05; stags $6(5)7.25; common to choice heavy fat sows 7.259.45; light shippers $9.109.-35- ; ket- ceipts 223: market steadv: extra S7.- 75(5)8; good to choice $6.757.656; J common to fair $4 6.50. Lambs Market, steady; extra $11.25(5)11.50; good to choice $10.5011.25; com-'mto fair $8(5)10. pigs $5.508.10 . Sheep Re- on Farm and Stock News Morgan Smith Baughman sold to Miss Clark Gentry a filly pony for $85. J. O. Spratt sold to Welch Rochester a bunch of hogs for May deliv- y l ery at eight and a quarter cents. J. H. Baughman bought 10 barrels of corn from. J. O. Spratt Saturday at 4.25 a barrel. J. M. Craig, of Rockcastle, bought at Lancaster Monday, of Pope & Rob-6 cattle at inson, three 1,500-poun- d cents. 2 H. G. Cummins, of the East End, sold to Phil Thompson, of Preachers-vill- e, four hogs that averaged 109 pounds at 8 cents a pound. Jav Weil, of Lexington bought here late last week George Hail's fat steers that averaged 1,050 pounds in weight at seven cents a pound. There were 37 in the herd. From J. W. Allen, of Hustonville, T. W. Jones, of Stanford, bought a 1,250-poun- d bull and a G45 pound cow at G cents a pound. Sam J. Bell, near Turnersville, sold to 0. P. Huffman, Stanford butcher, a beef cow that weighed 854 pounds at 5 2 cents a pound. Brown & Lawson, the Garrard county traders, were engaging lambs at 8 2 cents and hogs at 8 cents at Lancaster court Monday. At Gravel Switch Jean Harmon bought of W. O. Isaacs a car load of hogs to be delivered the first of April at 8 1- cents. W. T. Tucker has 47 head of steers which he is feeding on silage for the summer market and is on the lookout for a nice acreage of grass to put them on about May 1st. W. M. Anderson bought six hogs from C. H. Kerr, of Ottenheim averaging 1G0 pounds at eight cents; from Robert Hoehn, also of Ottenheim, a cow and calf for $50. Mr. Anderson brought the hogs to T. W. Jones Saturday. T. W. Jones and brother, O. L. Jones sold 71 head of steers to Jay Weil, of Lexington on his trip here late last, week ai $7.75 a hundred, less 3 shrinkage. The beeves averaged 1,110 poun4s; V. A. Xiear, .of i'Garrard, bought of George RqgeBS,.st pair of mare mules far $'400. He has engaged of Various, parties in Garrard a large number.ror.hogs, to be taken in April and May , at; 'to 8 4 cents. E. C. NSmspSsef; of Upper Garrard, sold to ;Wv$R- - Cook, of Lancaster, a seven-yefrol- d horse mule for $145. Mr. MEwhwfter engaged to Fish & Davis 222 hog's toi go July 1 to 5, and which will ;weigfo about 250 cents4,C' pounds, at 8 J. T. RigsbyfMthe Preachersville section, bought of Paul Finch sixteen steers averaging 700 pounds at of Frank Robbins 32 hogs $6.62 ranging in weight from 75 to 250 pounds, at 7 2 cents. He bought of Will Poynter, a bunch of stock shoats at 8 cents. Jewell & Settle, of Lexington, have bought the old Points homestead, eight miles north of Williamstown, containing 287 acres for $25,000. It is one of the finest farms in Grant county. Fred Brown brought his father's farm of 150 acres, near Crittenden, Grant county for $10,500. of Shelby Mrs. W. L. Murphy, City, sold to Joe E. Wright 10 shoats that averaged 82 2 pounds at 7 2 cents a pound. Mrs. Murphy has two sows that have 21 pigs, quite a record. She is selling timothy hay for $14 a ton in the barn and has recently bought a Durham heifer, G months old, for $14. At Nicholasville court day last week D. C. Carroll sold to "Pony" Beasley, of Lexington, a saddle horse for $200. J. H. Kindred, sold a stallion to 'Wm. Tremere, of Wilmore, for $272.50. G. W. Lyne, the auctioneer sold three calves at an average of $10. One draft horse sold by Mr. Lyne brought $277. George D. 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But this price reduction is made in the face of a rising material market we cannot guarantee that it will not be Per-cher- on to 1000 cars per day. record never even approached by any car of its size ever built fif ty thousand in every day service. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky., Agengiincoln and Garrard Counties. . The Willys-Overla- nd Company, Toledo, Ohio "Made in U.S. A." The highest price ever paid for cattle on the Chicago market in March was $10.05 a hundred pounds, paid there Friday. Scarcity of choice cattle among the farmers was given as the reason for the unusually high price which the steers brought. Buyers predicted that within two months choice cattle will bring $11. Reports from the farming districts throughout the United States indicated that choice cattle were scarce at all markets: This was caused by the recent foot and mouth disease in llinois, Indiana and Iowa. T. W. Jones, of Stanford, had three loads of hogs on the Cincinnati market Monday. Among his purchases for the big shipment were 115 from James W. Allen, of Hustonville, which averaged. 150 pounds, and cost him 8 2 cents a pound; 110 from J. Harvey Poynter, of the Walnut Flat section, which averaged 110 pounds and cost him 7 2 cents. From Eads & Yowell, of the West End, Mr. Jones bought four that averaged 125 pounds, at 8 4 cents a pound. 1-1-- I.J. r m W i. -- ZB. " TWB? VUViiMW . m t ! t 'liMl TV- - .IV 1-- THE OLD RELIABLE" 5 REMEDYFQRMEN.! AT YOUR DRUGGIST. m '!. ' .?.?- . - J ::.