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ENTERTAINED The Interior Journal, 26 " F Kavanaugh fbl6 Stanford, Lincoln County, Rentucky, Friday, March 31, 1916 HONORED Tuesdays and Fridays News of tLa Churches Farm and Stock News DR. DARLINGTON r R Husband of Stanford Girl Heads Big T. W. Jones bought three cows Methodist College. from J. W. Barnes, of Bvrdstown, , Much interest has been caused Will Be Formally Opened to Friends Three Grand Lodge Officers Attend Tenn., for $766. S. Weil has bought two car loads here and elsewhere in Kentucky over By Welsh & Wiseman q t Danville Convention Thursday List of of 1,450 pound cattle of J. W. Wil- the announcement in the HuntingSaturday, April First. liams, in Madison county, at 8 cents. ton W. Va., papers that Rev. U. V. the Delegates. Mt. Sterling sold about 7,500,000 W. Darlington, has been elected College pounds of tobacco this season, at an president of Morris-Harve- y Diadem Lodge No. 81, Knights of average of $10.54. at Barbourville, W. Va. Dr. Dar- estWhat isin said to be th6 handsom-of Kentucky, Regardless store Pythias, gave the Sir Knights of this sell- lington married Miss Virginia Bourne anything, will be formally thrown A Pendleton farmer district handsome and sopitable wel- ing $210 worth of creamreports three of Stanford, and has a great many open from to the come when they met here in annual cows in 7 months. warm friends and admirers in Ken- day when public at Danville Saturthe magnificent building convention Thursday. The Stanford tucky, his native state. The Herald-DispatcJ. H. Baughman & Co., bought of ioi tne weisn b Wiseman company boys were never known to jdo K. P. of Huntington, in telling of will have its opening. Finished on things by halves, and their entertain- John M. Carter and John S. Murphy the matter said in part: i the outside in cream colored brick, body was provid- their crops of hay, about five or six ment of the district "This is an announcement which ' that at $14 per ton. ed in the usual fine style. will create a degree of surprise which with a frontgood for beauty and expression of taste is without an R. A. Young, of C. C. Withers, of the Rush Branch will amount to a sensation in the Grand Chancellor Winchester, Grand Keeper of Rec- section, is selling his corn crop to J. bounds of the Western Virginia Con- - ' equal anywhere, the building is one of ords and Seal, J. W. Carter,. of Lex- H. Baughman & Co., this week, at f erence of the Methodist Episcopal vewthe handsomest from an outside be In its ington, and Superintendent of the $4 a barrel. Church, South, in which there is threeto floorfound in Kentucky. equipfurnishings and Orphans' Home M. G. Widows' and J. M. Carter, of Turnersville, sold any other clergyman so well known Moore, of Lexington, were the grand to J. H. Baughman & Co., Wednes- as Dr. Darlington. The new president ment within, however, itjis that the lodge officers who honored the dis- day 500 bales of timothy hay at $14 has for the last three years devoted rare good taste of the true connois- been trict convention with their presence, a ton. his energies to the uppu'iding of jseur hasevery shown. From top to bottom stick of the furniture Deputy Hon. J. R. as did District U. S. Traylor, of the Goshen sec- Morris Harvey College, the official Dorman, of Nicholasville. tion is delivering his coin to J. H. educational institution of the Con- j is of mahogany. Every article of f every showcase, and all the About a hundred delegates were Baughman & Co., at four dollars a ference. When he concluded a pasthe very latest present from the various lodges of barrel, this week. of four years at Johnson Me- furnishings are of chaste torate and model, and con- , design were made to the district, and all C. M. Largent, of Merkel, Texas, morial Church he accepted the post i 'iJ feel that they were welcome. The recently sold the Hereford bull calf, of Conference Secretary of Educa- servative witn an elegance ana richness business men and members of the Don Fairfax 2nd, to Tom Parrot, of tion. He held this post, a year and tion. which commands instant attenA npnnlp fvnm tliio nu. Camber of Commerce IThrockton, Texas, for $2,500. the second year performed the du- tion are hnst. nf preparing to inspect the possible with the local in every way iiram Koseperry, oi near .fans, ties in connection with those of preknights in greeting and entertaining bought a pair of aged mules from siding elder of Ashland district.. Dur- beautiful building Saturday. The building is practically four the guests, most of whom came by Caywood, Smith & McClintock, of ing the present year his attention is construction. automobile. About a hundred were Paris, this week for $400. being engrossed by the duties of the stories in with concrete There is a basement floor under present, and all seemed to enjoy Caywood, Smith & McClintock, of secretaryship. During these years themselves and appreciate the hosp- Paris, bought five head of mules in he has done substantial work toward the entire building. All goods are itality of Stanford, and Diadem lodge. Winchester, Monday, for an average the creation of a $100,000 endow- opened up in the basement and made sales rooms. All boxFormal lodge and business sessions ! of $175 per head. ment fund for Morris Harvey, while ready for the into the es are taken basement by Diawere held in the castle hall of George VV. Leacli north of Waynes-bur- this year, through a campaign for dem lodge in the afternoon and again sold :i nice pair cf horse mule one dollar subscriptions he hz prac- means of a pavement elevator of the Addresses to the colts to Will Sweeney, of Waynes-burs- :, tically lifted the floating debt, of the latest type. The basement is thorin the evening. oughly ventilated. The building is knights were made by the grand lodge for $100. institution. heated by a complete steam plant. evening after Hardins-burofficers here. In the W. J. Owen & Son, of U. V. W. Darlington was Lorn in The first floor lodge work had been exemplified, the have a big type Poland China Shelby county, Kentucky, August 3, elry, piece goods, is used for the jewgloves, hosiery, unadjourned to the opera sow that has farrowed 35 pigs in 1870. He was educated in the commembers all house where the moving picture 11 2 months. mon schools of his native county and derwear, notions and fancy articles. scenes of the Widows' and Orphans' Caywood, Smith & McClintock, of at Kentucky Wesleyan College where In the rear is a most complete department for high grade shoes for lahome at Lexington were shown to Paris, sold two pairs of aged mules he was prepared for the ministry. to the reg- to a Virginia buyer Saturday for large crowds in addition He was admitted to the Kentucky dies, misses and children. The fixtures are all of the best mahogany, ular fine Paramount program. Af- $960. Conference of the Methodist Episco- as are also the woodwork in the was served to the terward, a supper R. M. Sharp, of Casey county, sold pal Church, South, in 1896 and was , visitors at The Princess, which wound to T. W. Jones, of Stanford, 30 hogs made pastor of East Maysville and elaborate show windows. In the up a day full of good things for the that averaged 150 pounds, at 8 4 Washington Stations. His next sta- mezzanine floor are the cashi.er's offices, visitors, who departed with loud cents a pound. tion was Millersburg, where he spent desk, private offices. ladie$' rest room and general praises of appreciation for Stanford Jack Webber, of the Waynesburg one year. On the second floor is located the and her people. section, bought a mare and buggy of The next year he went to Covingdepartment, corset A register kept in the lodge room Charley Brown, of the same commun- ton, his, first important station, ready-to-weand the new juvenile department, of the visitors who attended the for- ity, for which he paid $165. where he spent four years, thereafter mal sessions, showed the following T. W. Jones, of Stanford, bought transfering to the Western Virginia and the beautiful new; millinery denames: this week from Davis & Steeley, of Conference to be pastor of the First partment, fitting jTooms, costume rooms, muslin underwear department. R. A. Young, G. C, Winchester; East Tennessee, 112 head of sheep at Church at Parkersburg. J. W. Carter, G. K. R. S., Lexington; a figure around $7.50 a head. After Parkersburg he came to This floor is one of striking beauty M. Geo. Moore, Supt. W. and 0. At the sale of the various Hereford Huntington to be pastor of John- and is handsomely equipped On the third floor are the carpets, Home, Lexington; J. R. Dorman, D. breeders recently held at Kansas City, son Memorial church. It was under lace curtains, window D., Wilmore; J. T. Underwood, Dan- Mo., 77 head averaged $402. The top the inspiration of his leadership that mattings, R. ville;, Geo. E. Lowry, Wilmore; J.Ma-ge- was $2,000 for a bull, Don Perfect the church erected its present mag- shades, upholstery gtip'ds, blankets, e, aases and hand Chambers, Nicholasville; Harvey 2nd. nificent edifice. No pastor who has comforts, trunks, C. E. Clark, J. H. Sagaser, Smith county John B. Graves served in Huntington has been more bags in endless variety. The build In Marion Simpson, Joe Woods, Lloyd A. Hou-chin- bought of John and Joe Avritt 54 deeply loved by his own people than ing from basement tor attic is pro S. Wornack, .of, Wilmore,; head of cattle at 8 'cents. The pur- was he few if any have achieved I. J. Holtzclaw,- - C. C.V Lancaster; chase was", made'jtf or, Tim McCauley, .suchpopularityi-xwithou- tt the bonAds .-D.t "- SmiilvG. B. HutchisonF, R.., 6rLofcisviire.- of his denomination. He has con- is 'suppliedytff'ateryfrjr.botb the "and large Thompson, R. mains in "Kose.F. fF:Canter, J. Will M. Hun-,- R. T. Nunnelley sold to J. B. Fos- tinued to live in Huntington and is water on- top of the t rear of th a buildDuncan, ter Thursday, a black bull that he loved and admired by hundreds of tank ter, Wm. J. D. Boone, J. R. Wil- - had previously purchased from J. W. people. No selection which could ing. The various floors ate reached WisP J- liams, of Nicholasville; J. H. Stutts, Barnes, of Byrdstown, Tenn., at six have been made in the matter of the by means of a stairway and an elec' J. R. Dorman, Joe Wood, J. B. Jewell, and n quarter cents, for S52. presidency of Morris Harvey could tric elevator of the most approved W. G. Leavell, J. M. Stull, J. R. "Uncle Harve" Poynter sold this have been more popular than this design. Chambers, C. C. Woodard, R. L. Ba- week to R. M. Blackerby 127 bushels bids fair to prove. Dr. Darlington ker, T. L. Kissick, E. Moody, D. Car- of corn at 80 cents a bushel for the was given his degree, Doctor of DiLATEST FROM MEXICO. rier, W. B. Glass, J. H. Combs, G. sound corn and 55 cents a bushel for vinity, by his alma mater, Kentucky It was reported to army authoriW. Moody, Ray Bishop, W. K. Black- the nubbins. Wesleyan, two years ago." ties that Villa had murdered an enford, Clint Woodard, Geo. Glass, S. Jones Baughman, of Moreland, tire garrison of 172 Mexicans in the A. Bowen, E. Houp, and C. M. Stull, sold four head of nice CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET. Guerrero district, and was headed for Lancas- mules to B. G. Fox, of Danville, this of Wilmore; I. J. Holtzclaw, Cincinnati, O., March 31. Cattle the headwaters of the Santa Maria ter; David Bell, Nicholasville; Dr. week, at $140 a head. Two were Receipts 739; shipments 313; River; near the border, where United Pryor, R. H. Tomlinson, J. A. Beaz-le- males and two females. slow; shippers $7.259; butch- - States and Mexican troops were beof Lancaster; Harry Simmer-ma- n, W. O. Reed, Captain of the Sixth lieved to be closing in on him W. B. Moore, Jos. Viehl, S. C. United States Cavalry, recently sold !er steers, extra $8.258.75; good to choice $7.258; common to fair Pollard, J. B. Tadlock, of Danville. Lo the Brown Land and Cattle Co., at heifers, extra $8 8.50; good WALLS WILCHER Brownsville, Texas, the common to to choice$7.257.85; Mss Mary L. Walls the pretty chestnut stallion. Red Jean Bird fair $5.50(5)7; cows extra $6.50 D. A. R. ENTERTAINED. daughter of W. F. Walls, One of the most attractive affairs 7397, for which he received $1,000. good to choice $5. 75(5)6. 25; com- of the Green River section, was marMarcus A. Prewitt purchased this mon to fair $4 5.50; canners $4 of the week was the regular meeting ried at the court house by Judge J. Chapter of week from Charles W. Brummett his 4.40; bulls steady, bolonga $6(5)7; P. Bailey Wednesday, to Henry r, of the Logan-Yrhitle- y Daughters of American Revolution, farm containing about 97 acres, lying fat bulls $7(5)7.25 ; milch cows slow; aged 25. at the home of Mrs. J. C. McClary, four miles from Mt. aSterling, on the calves slow, extra $9.50; fair to good price of about $6.50(5)9.50; common and large$4.50 THE ROWLAND CHORUS CHOIR on Portman avenue, Wednesday af- Winchester pike at Hogs Receipts ternoon. The members had a regu- $130 per acre. Possession was given (5)9.25 ;. 3,922; Special attention and the greatest at once. shipments 160; market 2025c low- amount of aid, as well as encouragelar business meeting at What is said to be the largest sale er; selected heavy $9.50 9. 60; good and it was definitely decided they ment, should be given to the were to have another picture show in of mules that has been made in ito choice packers and butchers same; people of Rowland, in their young new a few weeks. Later in the afternoon Boone county, Mo., in many years, mixed packers etc in same propor- movement known, as the "Rowland guests, Mrs. made recently when R. A. and J. R. tion. Sheep Receipts 66; market Chorus Choir." This new organizaMrs. McClary had as her Robert Todd, Mrs. George B. Cooper, Fountaine, of Centralia, Mo., sold to is steady; extra $7.75 8; good to tion of the young people is operated Mrs. Joe B. Paxton, Mrs. T. K. Wat- Chas. W. Green, for a St. Louis firm, choice $6.75(5)7.65;; common to fair under the auspices of the son and Mrs. M. D. Early. A very 110 head of cotton mules for $20,-03- $4 6.50. Lambs, ,narket steady; Union Sunday School," and"Rowland is under interesting Revolutionary War acrosextra $11.50(5)11.75; good to choice the direction of Llyman M. Pence, Giltner Bros., of Eminence, have $10.50(5)11.50; common to fair $8 tic, which was originated by the hoswho is a competent and experienced tess, was given to each person. Mrs. just sold to Enochs & Wartmon, of $10. 1 young man in choir work. The work Cooper was lucky in the draw for a Jackson, Miss., nine head of regisof this choir is progressing very niceMcClary tered Hereford cows at $500 per lovely box of candy. Mrs. AN IDEAL SPRING LAXATIVE. ly and all are proud of the fact that in her usual gracious southern way, head. They also sold to Dunaway A good and time tried remedy is the young men, especially, of this vi& Lambert, of Orrville, Ala., fourbeserved a delectable salad course, cinity are taking a interest in ing assisted by her daughter, Mrs. teen grade and registered Holstein Dr. King's New Life Pills. The first the movement Wegreat have some will heifers at $150 per head. Shelton M. Saufiey. The members dose will move the sluggish bowels, Pleasant Routen, of the Waynes- stimulate the liver and clear the sys- special choir books here within a of the Chapter who were also the we guests of Mrs. McClary were Mrs. burg section has been doing consid- tem of waste and bloovd impurities. shotr tme from whichsongs toshall learn many beautiful be Wm. M. Bright, Mrs. Shelton M. Sau- erable trading recently. He sold a War- couple of horses, enc four and the You owe it to yourself to clear the sung to the glory of God. The weekfiey, Misses Sue Rout, Jennie meets ren, Esther Burch, Levisa Harris, other five years old, to Lonnie Pad- system of body poisons, accumula- ly song service of the choir night in at Yea-ge- r. gett, for $250. To the same buyer ted during the winter. Dr. King's the church every Sunday Josephine Carpenter and Nancy 7:00 o'clock p. m. We invite everyhe sold a cow ard calf for $59 and New N. Y. Life Pills will do it. 25c at your body to attend this service. Please from Elmer Gilliland he bought a don't forget to attend Sunday school j Druggist. WHAT'S BEING SHOWN AT THE your y rsare for $15i at 2 :30 p. m. This is a special invitaCasey Bros, of Iowa City, la., have OPERA HOUSE sold to Hecht & Person, Minot, N. D., The Emporium at Hustonville will tion to you to attend both services. have its Spring Millinery display, Sat- Remember the time and come. Those Tonight four Belgian mares, including the taking The Iron Claw "Tito's Interven- champion and reserve champion at urday, April 1st. You are cordially Voices part in the choir are: Male Messrs. .Edgar L. Martin, 25-- 2 the Denver show. They received invited. tion," 5th Chapter Pathe. Roy M. Ware, 'Ernest Deatherage, $2,000 for the champion pair, which "All Dolled Up," comedy, Pathe. Saturday they purchased recently, and $1,500 UNDERTAKING IN WEST END. George Moore, Andrew Tapp, F. P. drama W. H. Lair, the'well known mer- Hays, Harry Harris, John Martin, for the others. "The Dawn Road," Robert Shropshire, of Paris, sold chant and business man of Huston-.vill- e, Ernest Bunn, Will Ashlock, Marshall 101 Bison. has bought out S. K. Walker's Brent; Female Voices Misses Lena this week to a, Mr. Shehan, of Louis"Flivver's Terrible Past," comedy undertaking business there in part- Tap, Roxy Martin, Sue Logan Smith, bay saddle ville, a classy Nestor. Alpha Mattie Pathe Weekly News, current events gelding, for $350. The horse was nership with J. L. Beazley, of this Agnes Naylor,Foreman, Bunn, Martin, 'Eva city, who will do his embalming Harris, Lena bought for the personal use of Major Pathe. NoMonday E. S. Wright, of the U. S. Cavalry, work, etc., is prepared to take care Alma Martin, Fannie Cormney,Bettie 4 Pathe. ra Rice, Myrtle Sutherland, Neal of the Navy, No. who is stationed at Douglas, Arizona, of the demands in this line in the Tuesday Paramount on patrol duty. The horse was ship- West End. Mr. Lair will carry a full Kidd, Sallie Mae Parsqns, Alma Land ; "Helen of the North" with Marguer- ped Monday to Douglas, being in line of caskets, robes, and all under- Mesdames Sallie Newcomb, Patience ite Clark Famous Players. charge of Nathan Bayles, Jr., who takers' supplies, phone 48, Huston- Pritchett, W. C. Camden, R. L. Al26-- 2 bright; Llyman M. Pence, Director. will deliver the gelding to Major ville, Ky. CHILD'S COUGH. FOR YOUR Wright. HAS EIGHT CHILDREN. the Preachers-villIf your child has a cold, nose runs John M. Cress, of of his brother,e Make Tomorrow a Better Day. section, bought Mrs. P. Rehkamp,j 2404 Herman If things "went wrong" today, if or coughs much get a small bottle of D. M. of Rockcastle county, Its a 40 headCress, hogs, this week. The you suffered from indigestion, sick St., Covington, Ky., vfrites. '"I have Dr. Bell's of syrup, just porkers averaged 160 pounds and headache, biliousness, bloating, bad been using Foley's Honey and Tar pleasant what children like and just the medi- were sold at 8 cents a pound. From breath, or other condition caused by for nearly two years pnd can find no v nave eigne cine to soothe the cough and check Henry Catron," Mr. Cress bought 8 delayed bowel action, take a Foley better cough syrup. head that averaged 150 pounds, at the Cathartic Tablet now and' tomorrow children and give them. the cold. After taking, children stop and 30 from James fretting, sleep good and are soon en- same price; Preachersville, that av- will be a better day. This wholesome Thev were subject to'.criiip from ba- Thompson, of tirely well. Insist on Dr. Bell's eraged 115 pounds at 7 '1-- 2 cents a physic acts without pain or nausea. bies on." It is a safeand reliable Sold everywhere, Sold everywhere. medicine. pound. 25c at your Druggist. -- HANDSOMEST STORE IN STATE NICHOLASVILLE POST-OFFIC- E h, car-loa- ds I i ur-.nitu- re, i I g, g, 1-- 1-- ar it D. -- -- r' the-stree- - B.-Pe- el, four-year-o- ld y, $5.-50(5)- 7; five-year-o- ld 6.-9- 0; Wil-che- two-thirt- y, -- 0. 2-r- Pine-Tar-Hone- y. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey italTof. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey. Services at the Christian church STOCKHOLDERS Sunday, April 2, Sunday school at Among the visiting K. P.'s here for 9:30; preaching 10:45 and 7 o'clock; the convention Tuesday was David C. E. meeting at 6:30. We want 350 Of Defunct State Bank & Trust Co. Bell, a prominent business man of in Bible School so come. Will Be Paid As First DiviPresbyterian church Sunday, April Nicholasville, who is one of the two dend April 1st. contending applicants for appoint- 2: Sunday school 9:30; service 11 ment as Postmaster of Nicholasville. o'clock. "Jhe Supreme Mission." The term of the present republican The Every Member Canvass Sunday on stock to the The first incumbent expires in April, and Con- afternoon. C. Mission Band at 2:00 stockholders payment State Bank and of the o'clock. E. Meeting 6:45. Congressman Helm is expected to make a recommendation at once to fill the secration of Time, Ps. 90. Service Trust Company, will be made on Satplace with a democrat, as the repub- at 7:30 not 7:00 o'clock. "Princi- urday, April 1st, by Special Deputy Banking Commissioner H. C. Baughlican has held on three years under ple or Policy, Which? At the Methodist church a full at- man. The first dividend to the stocka democratic administration and the tendance of the members and friends holders will be 10 per cent of the democratic applicants for the place is desired. Interest in the new amount of their stock. are hungry for the "pie." Mr. Bell's This is the first payment back to opponent for the place is Editor church project is becoming intense, the stockholders as the collection of and a further discussion of the matJames Stears, of the Nicholasville News, who is said to be expecting ter is planned on Sunday morning. notes, etc., up to the present time, Congressman Helm's endorsement. Come with a proposition ready to has gone to pay all depositors, taxes, etc., The fact that one of the chief back- present. Come early. Sunday school man that the bank owed. Mr. Baughsays that he will from time to 9:30; morning service 10:45; ers of Mr. Bell for the place, howLeague 6:30; evening service time pay the stockholders their moever, is Bob Hunter, who has led ney as fast as collected in $5,000 Congressman Helm's fight, in Jessa- 7:00 p.-- m. At eleven a. m., Sunday, the Lord and $10,000 amounts. He also says mine county for a number of years, is said to make Mr. Bell believe that willing, the pastor of the Baptist that from present) indications, the he has a royal chance for the ap- church, will preach a special sermon outlook for the stockholders to realwell on their pointment. Mr. Hunter was here at on the Lord's Supper. Evangelistic izeMr. Baughman stock is bright. and the convention also, but had nothing service beginning at 7:30 p. m. Ev- tional Bank are doing the First Naeverything in ery member of the church is urged to to say for publication regarding the be , their power for the best interest of postmastership fight at Nicholasville. Alsopresent at the morning worship. the State Bank stockholders and are he extends a special invitation His friends intimated however, that work, he has no doubt of the appointment to any who are not Baptists, and who making no charges for their stockwould like to know at first hand the except whatever good will the of Bell, declaring that Hunter has had assurances for some length of time Baptist position touching this greatly holders may see fit to give them. which leave no question of where the misunderstood subject. It will not PARALYZED ON TRAIN. be the purpose of the pastor to draw appointment will go. comparisons, but simply give the Miss Emma Belden, of Liberty, Scripture teaching on the subject, as IT'S NO REFLECTION ON YOU the reason for their position touch suffered as stroke of paralysis of the right side while on No. 23, returning It is po reflection upon a single ing the Lord's Supper. from Louisville Thursday morning. subscriber to the I. J. that, it is askMrs. W. K. Warner, of this city, who ing each and every one of them to was a passenger, seeing" her plight, General News Notes took her in charge and found for pay in advance for their subscriptions. The I. J. is compelled to take Carranza's agreement, for "com- her a physician Dr. Pennington, of this step simply because of the enorLondon, who was fortunately on mously fncreasing cost of white pnia mercial" use of the Mexican North- train. The two gave her every the atwestern railway for transportation paper. The I. J. knows that each and supplies to the American expedi- tention possible and she was taken every name on its list, is good for that of satisfactory from the train at Junction City restdollar whether paid at the beginning tion hunting Villa is not is said, to the United States, it but ing reasonably well. She was unable or the end of the year and the fact shipments will be attempted under to speak after the stroke. Dr. Penthat, it is stopping the paper of those nington expressed the belief she who have not paid for a year in ad- the rules prescribed, and no effort would recover. Miss Beldenthat a is is to be made at present for further vance is no reflection upon a single agreement. It is reported that no daughter of the late Judge Belden one of them whatsoever. It is simtrain has left Juarez in two days, and and has been in the millinery busiply a business matter, pure and sim- the problem is now regarded as mys- ness at Liberty for a number of ple. The daily papei' ind magayears. zines all follow the same policy of terious. The anxiety of the Washington stopping a subscriber's paper when Davis Store the time is up, unless paid in advance Administration in the delicate situafor another year and the I. J. is com- tion which has arisen due to the atBoone & Ballard bought 46 stock pelled to operate on the same plan in tacks on several unarmed merchantmen was increased yesterday when hogs from George Sutton, of Garthe future. Better look on your label and see how you stand so as not no word was received either directly rard, and at this writing Mr. Boone fronrBerlin or from Ambassador Ge- is at Mt. Vernon looking after a hog to miss a single issue. rard. It is supposed that the Ger- deal, that they have on hand. Jesse James is rejoicing over the man Government is awaiting reports MEADORS TURNS UP. from all of its submarine command- arrival of a fine girl at his home. The Henry Meadors, of Danville, whos"e before accepting responsibility little lady arrived Sunday night. unexplained absence from home caus- ers the Sussex disaster or the attacks A. J. Manuel, who has had a sefor ed a search to be made at Lexington on the Englishman and Manchester vere attack of grip, is somewhat imand elsewhere, has returned from proved. Florida, to which State he says he Engineer. John Singleton who has been made a flying trip on business. Mr. working in the coal mines near Pine WANT EGHT-HOUDAY. Meadorsdsjpqsed ,of a Jarge consignville, has , moved., to this neighbor, ,5 " ment of live stock in Villiamsbirg a j Four prominent raflroauersTepre SoouT " """? ir''yft week ago, and decided to make the senting men in all branches of serWm. Anderson sold a cow and calf southern trip. He neglected to no- vice on the Cincinnati, New Orleans to Gus Schnitzler for $45; sow and tify those at home of his plans. and Texas Pacific Railroad, were in pigs to J. A. Tucker for $30; four Stanford Thursday, in the interest shoats to Frank Chandler at $4 per DUNCAN of the movement of the men employ- head; bought of L. V. Manning a hog at 7 two hogs n merchant, Mr. E. ed on that great road to obtain an Our work day and "time and a from a Mr. Urban at 7 three Claypool, or better known as Ed, eight-hou- r P. is again on his feet. He has im- half" pay for overtime. The men hogs from Robert Hoehn for $33; alproved considerably since our last found a great many sympathizers so a calf from Dan Spitzer for $20; with their movement here and re- a calf from Robert Petrey for $20; letter to the I. J. being conduct- ceived much encouragement. Those four yearling steers from Herman The farming is now ed rather hastily in this section, as who were here were all from Dan- Berkholtz for $120; two goats from the weather seems so uncertain, the ville, and were Walter A. Griffith, Mr. Moheimer at $2 per head. BusiLofarmers seem to want to make things representing the Brotherhood of rep - ness has been so flourishing with Mr. comotive Firemen ; A. J. Litton, Anderson for the past week or so flying. happen while time is Virgle and Ethel Thompson, were resenting the Conductors organiza- that he has hired A. C. Ballard as guests of Eugene and Tom Meade, a tion; R. H. Snowden, representing an assistant stock driver. Rebecca Harris, who has been in the engineers and N. C. Thompson, few hours on Friday last. representing the Brotherhood of Rail- bad health all winter, is very low at Misses Bessie and Lucille Reynolds present with dropsy. of Kings Mountain, were present at road Trainmen. Louis Harris, son of John Harris, a social given at this place last week. has typhoid fever, but is doing nicely Miss Anna Smith was a visitor of Harris Creek at present. her friend, Mrs. Clara Sims on TuesBowens, Dault Manuel and day evening. Mr. John Ferrel has moved near have gone to Illinois' Robert through to stay Misses Belle Griffith and Rozella Moreland. the summer. Foley, were guests of Miss Addie Charlie Rothwell went to CincinMeade Sunday afternoon. nati last Sunday. Rev. Bottoms passed through this Saufiey place Saturday afternoon, on his way - Benedict & McCowan have been The farmers of this community goods to Kings Mountain where he is pastor buying Riley for their new store. Mr. Barlow and family have are very busy getting ready for their of the Christian church at that place. moved to the property recently vacat- crops. Mr. Luther Elliott, of New Salem Rev. Childress filled his regular ed by John Ferrell. was in this community last week try Mrs. John Mounce has been on the appointment at Fairview Sunday. hogs, but found a short ing to buy Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vanhook, of sick list for several days. age on the market here. Earnest Rice, son. of W. S. Rice Danville are visiting relatives at Thompson is at home Mr. Virgil also after being so far away as Harlan, is Ollie numbered with the sick. Vir- Maywood. Mrs. Johnson, and Mr. and Mr. and Owens and brother, but we "guses" he thinks he's been gil spentM.from Friday until Monday Mrs. Hodge, and Rev. Childress were to Germany. guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Floyd Mrs. Falconberry, who lived near with their relatives at Freeman. Charlie Benedict, who has been in Sunday. Waynesburg, died last Sunday morn Mrs. Walter McGuffey and Miss Illinois all winter, writes that he will ing. She was the mother ot J. J. be Eva Privitt, visited relatives at South at home about April, 1. Falconberry, of this place. He has Mr. Ambrose Wilson went to Mt. Fork last week. our sympathy in this sad hour. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Floyd, of Neal's Freeman last Sunday and was the Mr. Arthur Sims was a visitor of Creek, were the guests of his paragain Sunday. They guest of Ona Clem. Mr. J. M. Doan Mr. Joe Dreisler went to German-to- n ents, on Green River Saturday. must be on a trade of some kind as Miss Eva Privitt was the guest of .last Sunday calling on his best quite often. It he is a visitor there Miss Ada Floyd Sunday. girl. is not a day for trading, but by the Mr. C. W. Lovell and son, Wol-for- d, T. F. Benedict passed through here way, Mr. Doan has a very attractive attended Sunday school at a few days ago on his way to Louisdaughter, which probably accounts ville, where he purchased quite a lot Neal's Creek Sunday. for it all. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Roberts, of Misses Delia and Ida Napier were of goods for his store at Creston. are visiting her mother, Mr. Frank Kauffman has returned at this place Sunday. to his home at Bowen, after a pro- Mrs. Catherine Watts. Mr. J. G. Trusty moved last week Rev. Welburn filled his regular apstay from Dr. Caldwell's farm here to Mrs. tracted John in kansas. Danville is Maxy, of Mrs. the pointments at Logan Creek Sunday L Anna 'Powell's place. There was a small crowd Mr. Fred Sims as purchfca new guest of her mother, Mrs. D. M. Onan. afternoon. account of the heavy rain. News comes from Lincoln, Illinois present on set of blacksmilRls and Mrs. Tyler Messer and will open up for businejaE short announcing1 the marriage of Missa, daughter, of Stanford, werelittle the Carrie Wilson to Mr. Richard have time at the place he a very popular young gentle- guests of her mother, Mrs. Susie AdDuran recently moved to, which iHk man of that place. The ceremony was ams last week. P Smallwood's farm. Vanhook and May Misses Sims were performed at Peoria, on Saturday, Cook wereAnna guests of Miss Laura Mrs. Bertha and Clara the March, 14th. Miss Wilson spent most welcome visitors of Mrs. J. C. Smith of her life in Lincoln and Boyle un- Floyd Saturday night. recently. Mr. C. W. LoveU is visiting relatil a few years ago she went to Lin-fidThe many friends of Mrs. M. C. Illinois, where she has resided tives at Somerset this week. His faCarr, of Lexington, hated to hear of since. The happy pair have a host of ther, Mr. J.M. Lovell, will return the great misfortune she had last friendsfriends back here who wish home with him. badly, but week hurting her eye so them every happiness. hope it won't prove fatal. CANNOT PRAISE THEM ENOUGH Many sick and tired women, with OUT OF THE RACE. Changeable Weather Brings Sickness When one wakes with stiff back, aches and pains, sore muscles and The changeable weather of March causes coughs, colds, croup and grip. pains in muscles, aches in joints, or stiff joints, do not know that their There is no such thing as a "light rheumatic twinges, he cannot do his kidneys are out of order. Mrs. A. cold" none that a person can safely best. If you feel out of the race, G. Wells, Box 90, Route 5, Hocky neglect. Foley's Honey and Tar is a tired, languid, or have symptoms of Mount, N. C, writes: 'Tarn taking safe and reliable family medicine kidney. trouble, act promptly. Foley Foley Kidney Pills and cannot praise that heals inflamed, congested air Kidney Piljs help the kidneys get rid them enough for the wonderful benpassages, stops coughs and eases of poisonous waste matter that cause efit I derived in such a short while." Sold everywhere. troubles. Sold everywhere. breathing. Sold everywhere. Ep-wor- th -- To Be Filled In April by Democrat Applicant Was Here TEN PER CENT TO R "m 175-pou- well-know- nd c; l-2- c; v k Ma-retsbu- rg, up-to-da- te andKr Sen-gott- n, I f: Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 31, 1916 THE IRON CLAW (Continued from Tuesday) Before Manley's senses naa come back to him he and the parroij had ben tossed bodily into the closed car, and, three minutes before tho arrival c the police for These Ailments Weaken Your girl in the whom the white-facehad so frantically telephoned, library System. Your Body Then that mysterious limousine had speeded Needs the Help of off into the night, carrying not only Legar but the youth who had been so Dr. King's New Discovery. presumpticJus as to attempt to 'interfere with JLegar's exploits. But Manlley dm not altogether give Colds are annoying. They interup. His He&Ft still had the resilience ' fere with our duties. In our weakof youth! He still believed in his v ened condition they may end in a star. frefcted Manley most, however, What spell of sickness or even more serious was his lack of freedom. Rolling a ailments. y Fear, however, should be little over on his side, he studied minovercome, for in Dr. King's New utely the rbugh brick flcor on which Discovery you have an effective rem he lay. kfter this inspection he wormed bisf way carefully from side to side, lying face down and trying each sive. Yet even as Manley stood there, seemed" and asam tha venomous row of exposed bricks with his shoe - ., K'ir' i. vi (7 , 'VVaK . rZZ3. '.,,-- . r .'"" ,' , . . . toe, in the hope of finding one of thn fighting for breath, a second surprise laugh sounded low over the wire "If S i both confronted and engulfed him. loose. got hold of my naif of father elaborately tested eleven Following close on that telltale roar your map had earlier in the game He had a little that rows bsfoVe he found any reason for of sound came an even more bewilderhave needed to dig for hope in this direction. A chill of ex- ing rush of water, tearing through the he wouldn't cellar like a thousand ten years through that sand, looking citement- ran through his tired body, in fact, as he discovered one brick hounds let loose. And he knew then for his precious treasure! Now it's which seemed less securely embedded that the explosion had broken down my chance, and I want that paper. in cement than were its fellows. He the walls between him and the East And unless you want your secretary to come home a rather unpleasant worked at it patiently, laboriously, river at high tide. kicking away small particles of plasHe leaped in the direction of the thing to look at, you're going to have ter, thumping it with his boot heel, door, In the hope of getting it closed. that map in my hands in hait" an hour. prying at it with his sole until it He was etill struggling frantically So tell me quick, what your answer is. Do I get it?" rocked free in its row. Then came a voice, For one moment the girl sat silent, the even sterner task of shifting it at this door when a henrd a human was breathing quick through parted lips. from its place. This he did by turning and at first he thought it through the "Yes, I'll bring it," she at last said about and. lying close to it, on his side, voice, crying shrilly gloom. so that the fingers of his tightly imover the wire. Then she sat motion"Let me out!" was the frantic cry less, with her hands gripping the desk prisoned hand might come in contact close above him. "Let me out!" Grop- edge for several minutes. When she with its edges. Time after time it fell ing and pawing along the wall, his moved it was with the quickness of a back, but 'in the end he triumphed. brick hand came in contact with the rung sudden and clear-cu- t decision. Yet it was apt this unearthed "Give me police headquarters," she which interested him. His attention of a narrow iron ladder. He caught at this ladder and drew himself up, for called out as she caught up the rewas directed towards the rough-edgeAn JJ Al parallelogram where that brick had he now stood shoulder high in the ceiver. The next minute she was exflood. On the topmost plaining to the desk official at Center originally rested, for the corners of pro- rung, as he mounted, he found a snakstreet the news of Legar's latest this opening, he soon realized, Hundreds of newest Spirng Suits, for Women and Misses arrived this vided him with a saw edge which in ing and feathered body clinging stub- threat and the need of forestalling it. time might serve to abrade and cut bornly to the rusting iron, beating Then, after another interval of studiand are on display and sale at especial value prices of week through the stoutest of cotton roups' Kwith its beak on the hollow sounding ous thought, she crossed to the vault and began a hurried search for the But the consolation of this hope ,dia boards above his head. In a flash Manley himself was shoul- document which Legar had descriDed not stay with him long. For even as he started to work, his movements dering up against these boards. as being stored away there. were interrupted by the sound of a There was the sound of a rending She found it at last, in a package of key in the heavy iron lock on the door staple, and in another moment he was faded deeds and papers to do with that shut him in. He relied over swarming up through the ruptured Windward island, and while one quickly, twisting about so that his ap- trap door, catching at the parrot as he glance at it persuaded her that it was These Suits comprise the season's prett.ie.st and newest models of all parently inert body covered both the went. indeed a chart of the island, the fact loosened brick" and the spot from f of wool poplins, gaberdines, serges, black and white checks, silk taffetas, that it represented only The Figures of Fate. which it had been taken. He conthis island tended to convince her that and combination serge and taffeta in the most beautiful colorings and Margory Golden, alone in her fa- Legar had spoken the truth. tinued to lie there as though in a sleep of exhaustion, for his veiled eyes had ther's library stared apprehensively But she had no time to deliberate 'trimmings. Sizes to fit from the small miss up to 46 bust. Come in d already, "caught sight of the two about that massively furnished room over that discovery, for her next r ruffians advancing into the as though dreading that some move, she felt, should be to call the and see these beautiful suits. them on and compare the values room. might leap out at her from its servants and warn them against any "Let the poor boob sleep," warned shadowy corners. She was unnerved midnight intrusions. which we are sure be a saving to you of least $3.00 on each suit. the larger man, in a husky whisper. not only by the disquieting disappearShe crossed to the rosewood desk to "He's-goito cash in before mornin!" ance of David Manley but also by the carry out this plan, and her finger "But I'm sick o markin' time down thought that she was still so surround- was even extended to press the bell ed by the tides of evil. button when a sudden soft moveJn this rat hole. Why can't Legar get vAs she sat there, deep in thought, ment at her shoulder caused her to Jback heraftere.he belongs and do his she was depressed by the sudden sus- swing sharply about. 5 picion that some one of the many Confronting her, with a slightly tri"I tell you Che doc's up to the Gol-d- servants in that house was a traitor d house makin' his haul when the to his master. Yet as she checked umphant smile on his Legar himself. number of pretty Spring Coats were received this week and marked coast's clear! And if you wake that them over, one by one, she found noth- face, stood "I am intruding, I know," he began king there you'll have to cut out the ing on which to ground ' special value prices of this ghostly in his suavely acidulated tones, "but red-eyand keep busy chokin' off his suspicion. She remembered that she there was a possibility, you see, of holler!" ( had once been suspicious even oC Man-le- y your friends in uniform interrupting Manley could,, hear their shuffling himself, of this serious-mindemonfeet as they recrossed the rough floor- friend who hid his true feelings be- our meeting beside the Soldiers' ument!" ing and then the scrape and rasp of hind a mask of irrelev-ancieThe girl's fingers, as she edged the rusty lock as they once more f And there were things in away along the desk, closed determinturned the" key in the door. But the which she herself had not been altoA moment they were gone he was once gether candid with him. There was, edly on the scrap of manilla paper more busy with the cotton rope about for instance the matter of Tito, the still held in her hand. The vault door, open. But that his wrists, for what he had overheard Amazon parrot. She had not confided she saw. was also still .i was not the thought troubling her. increased his passion for liberty. the fact that in that bird, vague fear at the back of her When a man, however, is still youth- stumbled across in a fancier s shop, The mind was whether or not she was too fully blind enough to believe in his she had found an old friend, a friend from the start, to nurse the delusion that some dating back to her unhappy days in late to save Dave ilanley And she All this week our millinery department has been kept danger threatening him. receiving special genius has singled him out and the Owl's Nest. And she sighed aloud edged still farther away. and opening the new hats watches over him, he is not easily dis- as she gathered up the papers on the have fairly been pouring in on us. The Her movement was arrested by the couraged. Yet discouragement came, rosewood desk and turned to the vault ringing of the telephone bell close bestyles include the small, medium and large shapes. The lisere sailors and cane in a form most unexpected, to which she had forgotten to restore side her. even before Manley's hands were free. them. and Fisk and Gage sample pattern hats, special values "Answer that phone!" he suddenly It came, in fact, in the form of a "Twenty-one- , sixthirty, forty-two- , commanded. green-bodieparrot creeping stealthily ty," she repeated, recalling her fathThe next moment a great load grilling er's instructions over the wire. "Forthrough the rusty cress-bar- s seemed to lift suddenly from her the transom above the locked door. ward and back and forward and back audacity He watched the bird slip into the again, for it's a four movement dial, heart, and a renewed wave of swept through her body, for the voice room, climb along the rusty iron gas whatever that may mean!" Stylish ready-to-we- ar and trimmed ladies' and misses' hats that speke to her over the wire was jet, deliberately turn it on. The vault door opened, obedient to the triumphant voice of Manley himManley knew what this meant, and the combination, and seeking out the self. Manley declaring that he was it spurred him to even more frantic inner compartment marked "J" she free and that he would hurry back as efforts to saw through the cords, still papers to their place. fast as wheels could carry him. holding him a prisoner, for already restored the Her hand was still on the open vault "Who spoke then?" cried Legar, his the fumes of the escaping gas were door when the shrill call of the teleYou're always welcome to come in, look and face clouded by a move which apparon the new things. reaching his nostrils. phone bell sounded through the quiet ently was an unexpected one from his New Waists, New Skirts and New Petticoats are being shown When one strand of it had parted, room. ' standpoint. . But the wine of hope now andhe had uncoiled the rest of it from She crossed to the desk and took up singing through the girl's veins made his ankles, his head was swimming the receiver. her more crafty, more ready to face and his legs were unable to support "Do you know who is speaking?" Legar with his own weapons. Instead him. 'So he crossed the room on his demanded a voice which sent a thrill of answering him her hand moved out Mr. William Schmitz, a Well known hands and knees, caught at the rusty of apprehension through her forward-stoopin- g to the bell button, for with the ringa Cascarets" for Ottenheim young man of this section, left for gas pipe for support and painfully body. And the question was ing of that bell, she felt, would surely A number of people are yet sick North Dakota. Friends and admirdrew himself upright. His trembling repeated as she sat silent, staring be- come fielp. And once the slip of maLiver and Bowels ers were sorry to see him go. with the grip at this writing. hand went out, found the gas jet, and fore her. nilla was back in the vault, and the Mr. Ernest Ivei-oOhas a fine oroff. And turned If Sick or Bilious he fell jface down onthe next moment "Yes," she finally answered, trying door locked, she now had little to fear gan for sale, but has no buyer. the rough flcor, to steady her voice. "It's Legar." from Legar. So when she fell back, A Mr. Ben Busse was a guest of Mr. and lay there in a gray daze of weakThe wire brought his answering as he sprang forward to strike her Schmitz last Sunday. Tonightl-- i Clean Your Bowels and ness. laugh close into her ear. hand from the bell, she saw that her Mrs. Ludwig and son, of CincinHow long he lay there he could not "You know the voice, I see. And 1 retreat lay in the direction of the Kofher-to-- be i Headache, Colds, nati, are here visiting Mrs. Stickler. tell. But he was aroused oy the sound think you know the man. So listen to vault door. Mr. Bill Benke called on his best Sour Stomach. of thick voice's from the outer cham- what I have to say. I've got your We nn nil srnnflv Inrtnfifnfl fn ttincn girl Sunday evening. Her pursuer, however, was in no ber, punctuated by the shrill cries of friend Manley, and he'll stay where mood for equivocation. He seemed who tell their experiences. And among Miss Annie Schmitz is eoine out an angry and scolding woman. He I've got him. And unless you want suddenly to foresee her intention. For the many things which horse-bac- k riding for her health. Ge cent box now. vc read about and Miss Helen Wentjes left last week TurMjjhe rascals out the head- pulled himself together and posssessed him turned out of here with about without warning he .leaped towards arc of immediate im- himself of the brick bat, as a weapon. half of that pretty face of his burned her, as an animal leaps for its prey. , for Cincinnati- 'portance to the expecMiss Barbara Russell has returned ache, biliousness, indigestion, the sick He waited, scarcely breathing, as to a crisp, you'll do what I tell you tant mother, is a splenone sweep of his maimed sour stomach and pad colds turn the door was flung open. So quick, to do. Do you understand? I'll scar And with iron hook at its end was did external remerlv home from Richmond. arm the called "Mother's Miss Agnes Schuler and Will Schu-le- r them out tonight and keep them out however, was the entrance of the first him worse than I was scarred, if you Prion? " TVife St o snared deep in the folds of her clothspent a pleasant dinner with Mrs. with Cascarets. plied over the muscles Millions of men and women take a intruder that Manley could not lift his try any tricks with me in this!" white-face- ing. Stickler and family. of the stomach. It is d "In in what?" demanded the "Give me that map!" he said, in "a Mr. Frank Wentjes has taken Mr. Cascaret now and then and never missile before the darkness had swaldeeply penetrating in girl. its influence. Mothcis Mill Schmitz's route. know the misery caused by a lazy lowed up that shifting shadow. But voice husky with blind and unreasoneverywhere tell of its Mr. Schlappi sold a farm to Mr. liver, clogged bowels, or an upset I standing in the lighted doorway was a "In exactly one&alf hour I want you ing rage. soothing effect, how it Henry second man, crouched low and leaning to walk past the Soldiers' monument Jentsch at a reasonable price. stomach. j Margory Golden, however, had no allays pains incident to d Mr. Ernest Pike, who is now in Don't put in fanother day of dis- forward with blinking eyes; a and hand me a paper. That paper is intention of giving him the map in ligaments and muscles. They tell of restful . Alaska says there is lots of profit in tress. Let Cascarets cleanse your navy revolver in his hand. Man- somewhere In your father's vault It question. She fought against him, comfort, of calm, peaceful nights, an chicken business, smd advises Mr. stomach; remove the sour, ferment- ley, eying that! evil face as a sharpa code lis, and chart, is of t'tose distresses peculiar to the pe- Paul Ensslin to start into it. ing food; take the excess bile from shooter eyes hik target, let fly with his on one half of yellow manilla. Do you with all the strength at her command, riod of relief from morning a square of knowing that any moment now would The fanners of this section are your liver and carry out all the condekness, po more of that apprehension with ) bring the needed help. busy putting up new fences and re stipated waste matter and poison in poised brick, and let fly with all his understand?" which so many young women's minds become burd.aed. It is a splendid help. Get pairing those the storm had damaged. the bowels. Then you will feel great. "But how am I to know this paper?" But Legar, with his hand on her forces a bottle of "Mother's Friend" from your straip-hfpnMr. Emil Henzen has been busy A Cascaret tonierht vnn down like a asked the terrified girl, fencing for ' throat, hurled her back against the nearest druggist Ask your husbsnd to get The stboping man went heavy vault door, shook her as a ter- it lor you. Then write to Bradfleld Reg- the paslrweek sowing his spring crop. out by morning. They work while clouted rabbit. without a sound. Bifl tine. Mr. Ernest Stichler and Miss Ag- you sleep. A ulator Co 403 Lamar BIdg., Atlanta, Ga., "It's a chart, a map, one half of the rier shakes a rat, snatched the yellow box from any even the first intruder, at map for a very handsome and instructive book. nes Schuler; Misses Julia and Lizzie j drug store means a clear head, sweet of Windward island. For old sheet from her fingers, flung her stag- It is filled with suggestive ideas of great Stichler, Nellie Schuler and Annie stomacn ana clean, nealthy liver and the far end- iOf the room, struck a belp to all women interested in the subject Schmitz, were figure Golden .. wasn't such a fool . aa the guests of Mr. and bowel action for months. Children match. And at that second of maternity. And best of all are some letSunday after- - love Cascarets because they never Manley let drive with the only missile ters from mothers that are real inspirations, Mrs. Fred Schlappi noon. . gripe or sicken. Write today. 2G-- 1 THE HUB ' ' .; -'- green-feathere- d d PUSHIN BROS., DANVILLE, KY. ' Women's New Apparel -- athand.v Tu'e heavy glass lamp, hurled true, sent man and match against the case side in a shower of oil and broken glass. But Manley did not wait to witness the result of that second assault. He leaped for the door, caught up the revolver from the hand of the stunned man on the threshold, and drove for the heavier door at the end of the outer chamber. But this door he found to be locked. He was on the point of starting back in search of a timber heavy enough to batter down that barrier when all movement was arrested by an uproar of sound that fairly drove the breath from his body. For the shower of oil that fell about the lighted match at the vaulted end of the side chamber had sunk into the litter of rubbish beside the powder cases, had Durst into flames and had crept closer about those wooden cases until the licking tongues of heat had reached the exploblue-barrele- Bad Cough ? Feverish ? Grippy ? edy. Dr. Zing's New Discovery contains the ingredients which fight cold germs, which soothe your cough, healing the irritated and inflamed mucous membranes. Just as soon as you start taking Dr. King's New Discovery your recovery is assured. Without assistance your weakened system tries in vain to throw off these cold germs. Your system cries for help and Dr. King's New Discovery is just the remedy needed. Get a bottle y. Take at once. You will feel much better All druggists. to-da- d low-roofe- d gering into the maw of, the open vault, and with a throaty and beastlike cry of triumph swung the great steel door shut, even as the partly-dresseWilson ran gaping in through the library door. Yet Legar took time to throw back the tumbler lever and spin the dial before turning to confront that wide-eye- d servant. Then, hearing other approaching steps, he dove through the second door, scurried like a pelted hound through shadowy d e rooms, slipped through a quickly opened window and escaped eel-lik- ' d .COPfBlCrfTtD ever-mountin- g $15.00, $19.50 and $25.00 , one-hal- heavy-feature- Try new-terro- will at n' NEW SPRING COA1S $7.50, $10 and $15 J er to the street. car There he ran for a standing in the deep tree shadows, and with a gasp of relief flung himself up into the cushioned seat As he did so a masked figure sitting crouched close back in the hooded gloom of that seat suddenly threw out a hand and garroted the startled Legar against the leather upholstery, on which he began to writhe like a caterpillar on a cabinet pin. But with an equally deft second movement the man IE the" yelloir mask' snatched" f5e oblong manilla paper from his opponent's hand. "This, ' blandly announced the man of mystery as his garroting fingers relaxed and he stepped down to the running-board, "is one of the rare moments when I have the pleasure of trumping your ace!" And the all but apoplectic Legar lay back gasping for breath as that stranger dropped lightly from the speeding car and vanished shadowlike into the night. At the home of Enoch Golden, in the meantime, the terrified Wilson had regained both his feet, his presence of mind and a presentable portion of his dignity. His frantic shouts for help had brought the rest of the servants flocking to the library, and his equally frantic efforts to describe what had taken place did not add to the peace of that litle group from below stairs. "I tell you, Tibbins, Miss ilargory's locked in that vault, and there's no one in the 'ouso as knows 'ow to open dark-bodie- d A at deep-scarre- it!" e d light-hearte- d s. ..-j- Spring's Prettiest Hats that ey Cries of horror burst from that suddenly arrested circle. "Someone telephone for the police!" cried the second man, as Wilson shouldered out through the group swarming and gesticulating about the vault door. "Yes, the police!" He had the instrument in his shaking hand when the door opened and David Manley stepped quickly in, with parrot, on his Tito, the green-bodiearm. "What's wrong here?" was the newcomer's sharp demand. "It's Miss Margory, sir," began the d Imsy at quavering-voice- d butler. d $3.98, $5.00, $6.50 and $8.50 $1.98, $2.98 and $3.50 try at "Well, what about Miss Margory?" "She's locked in that vault, sir, and no one in the 'ouse knows the combination!" "Good Gcd!" cried Manley, sudden- ly transfixed. Then he ran to the vault door, flinging the others aside. Flinging off his ccat, he bent over the dial. The silent group circled about him. And still he worked, worked with every nerve on edge, every sense alert, for time, he knew, was precious. "I said silence there!" he called out sharply, for his whole mind was directed to the faint click of metal against metal in front cf him. But louder than before the green-bodie- d bird on its broken perch repeated its cry. "Twenty-on-e thirty forty-twsixty!" was the shrill and monotonous cry of the parrot, with one eye cocked o Try n Fine Aid For that declaration he repeated the thirty, forty-twbird's cry. 'Twenty-one- , sixty." ceilingward. Manley suddenly wheeled about. "What in God's name does that parrot mean? . . Wait! . . . It is . . . it must be" But instead of finishing o, In the next breath he was facing the vault door, with his trembling fingers turning and spinning the glimmering dial. Then, without breathing, and with colorless face, his hand grasped the tumbler lever. And not one of that group moved as he put on that lever the pressure that would tell the tale. It was Celestine the parlor maid who indorsed her Latin temperament by falling back in a dead faint as the metal door swung open. But no one, at that moment, was thinking of Celes- ' A'l RfCi -- ! blue-barrele- tine. "It's all right," Manley called from the darkness of the inner vault. "She's alive she'll be around in a minute-o- nly somebody get some water!" (To Be Continued.) 1 s PLYMOUTH ROCKS Eggs for sale, 50c per setting of 15. No Eggs Exchanged. Mrs. J. S. Mobley, McKinaey, Ky. 10-ce- nt - 1 1 ', i The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 31, 1916 L ij Page Three " B,br . "r;' '. PIM'K, t.1.,--'- . . .""'""'wiil-t.J.til- Middleb urg !nin, j R "' L:: .ra"'S71 msv m W,C'JM SelMIti: Mi :r? DV." IlTfWTfiJPM G'STORIA For Infants and Children. Mi JDZ ESI The Kind You Have Always Bought -- ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AwgelabkPrcparationforAs-similalingiheFoodandRcgula-ling J Uic Sioraadis andBtwdsof Bears the Signature of ft Promotes DigesKoniQrafiir ncss andResLContalnsntittar OpiuTu-Morphine Not Narcotic. norMacral AAiT Jt Wf With two hucksters and two traveling mercantile stores through this section, the hens are kept busy supplying eggs for the trade. The few pretty days last week furnished early gardeners an opportunity to plant peas, beats and other vegetables. early frost-proGovernor Stanley seems to be well pleased with the work of the late legislature. He likely would have been better pleased had it passed a certain "splitting" bill he seems to have been interested in. Dr. A. K. Caldwell and wife, of Waynesburg, were at Yosemite Wednesday to see" Bud Short, who is an uncle of Mrs. Caldwell. During a wrangle In the late legislature, Representative Jack "Wall to told an assistant sergeant-at-arm- s go to hell, and it is supposed by some that he went direct to Governor Stan-ney- 's of V m ! Real Estate For Sale New Bargains Are Advertised In Each Issue. tract, on good No. 108. pike and 1 2 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, 5 Ox 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 money. Will sell or exenange this prop75-acre 1-- Mogul $ ttyeefOTdDrJ5MJtlHUim BmfHiSeei'm jtlxSam- sdutte&U- i- weeks. Miss Jesse Austin is reported very sick at his home atLiberty. He has pneumonia and has been sick some two Essie Haney. the pretty daughter of Dr. J. M. Haney. has taken the position as clerk in Jason Coffey's store vacated by Mrs. Tenny Smith, who is now Mrs. W. T. Miller. office. Price Announcement The Heal Kerosene Tractor 8-- 1 (i and after April 1st the ONwill be $725 cash f. o.price of the Mogul sales b. Chicago. All 8-1- 6 IQrm&fd- CteriGalS&sr In - wbWi BUT? Will". an w fiettynaHanr. WsS SbSL) AnerTeciRemedv forConsRpa- T Hon , Sour Storaach.Dlarrftdca.; Worras,CoiivttlSKras.fcvmstt-ncss 4fi Use For Over c:b5 rflTJ andLOSS " OF SLEEP. of pri CJ"n!l TiicSinule Signature J055i...fi ESTW&I' The Centauk CoMPASXi NEW YOHK. Thirty Years r?JfCn FH 0 Guaranteed under the bootu Exact Copy of Wrapper. Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs 45 Days Treatment, $1.00 25c Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c, 3 bars All on sale at Embry Albright of Brodhead, was here last week buying junk. Prof. W. J. Sharp, who is teaching at Marietta, Ohio, is here for a short visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Sharp. During the high winds Wednesday W. G. Short's house, just west of town, caught fire on the roof, but discovered before the flames got much headway. When Mr. Short discovered the fire, he ran up a ladder that happened to be standing against the house, and dashed a large bucket of slop on the blaze which subdued it until other help arrived. It was a close call, and owing to the unprecedented high wind it is a great wonder that the building was saved. The congregation of the Baptist church here, and that of the Christian church at Yosemite, will worship together at the Sunday morning service. Rev. J. W. Beagle will preach at the Christian church at 11 o'clock-- , and Rev. Luther Young will likely fill Bro. Beagle's pulpit at night. The Baptists will hold their Sunday-schoservices at the usual hour, and arrangements will be made to convey everybody to Green River for the preaching service. Jimmie Jones caught two channel cats in the river here Saturday morning. The two tipped the beam at 7 it-waol 1-- made and bona fide orders taken up to April ist will be filled at the present price of $675 cash f. o. b. Chicago. We want to post you ahead of time on the coming change. Mogul as you know, is the famous tractor that has cut fuel costs squarely in half operates on cheap, common kerosene or coal oil doesn't have to be the highest grade either. It pays for itself in the saving over gasoline. That is why the rise in price necessary because cost of raw 8-1- 6, materials has risen so high is of minor importance. is saving and making profit on thousands of Mogul 6 farms of all sizes. J It will do much more for you than your horses can. Get in your order now be ready for spring work. See the dealer who sells the Mogul 8-18-16. International Harvester Company of America (Incorporated) The Mogul 8-1- 6 kerosene tractor is sold by W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. herself proud by rolling up a majority of SO for the bonds, but Nantown offset it by going 80 agains.t them. We suppose this settles the matter for the present. Dr. Anderson, the famous Kingston, Tennessee, practitioner, was at Yosemite Saturday. He came here to look at the Golden Dawn Springs property with a view to purchasing same, and converting the large hotel into a hospital. His appearance at Yosemite created great excitement there. People almost ran over each other to get a peep at him. The impression was abroad that he was an Indian, and everybody was surprised to see nothing more than a very black negro. He '.vas accompanied here by Joseph Waddle, 6f Somerset., who has an option on tthe Golden- Dawn property. in Crab Orchard, Ky., on the East side of Lancaster street and bounded on the North by lot formerly owned by Henry Singleton; on the East by land formerly owned &y T. C. Hum-be- r; South by Culton lot and on the West by the street aforesaid known as the Dr. Wm. Doore's lot. Said sale made on a credit of six months, purchaser to execute bon payable to Commissioner, bearing 6 2 i?iWWIIMl DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy 5 ORIGINATOR OF PURSLEV5 INDIAN HERBS The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. ytaBHimi 1 -- .i i Hi iiyaajE.rJEa b aaaa i mimb3 1 Jefferson T. Short, whose illness we have mentioned several times in these columns, died at his home at Friday afternoon. DeYosemite ceased was 40 years old, and was a brother of J. W., W. G., and Arch Short, besides, is survived by several sisters. On returning from the where he had served as a soldier. Mr. Short married Miss Emma McWhorter, daughter 'of Mr. and s Mrs. J. H. McWhorter, at Yosemite, and she with four small children survive him. Mr. Short was a clever R. L. Dishon's Admr.,...1 Plaintiffs man and always stood for the right vs. against wrong-doinThe remains were buried in the Middleburg cem- R. L. Dishon's Heirs... Defendants Phil-lipines pounds. per cent interest from date, with approved personal security, lien retained on" property to secure payment of sale price, having force and effect of judgment. E. D. PENNINGTON, 24-3- F M. C. L. C. C. PUBLIC SALE I, will sell at public auction at my home on Whitley Avenue, Stanford, Ky., at 2:00 o'clock p. m., on TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1916 the following described articles: One Malleable Range Stove, a good one; e, one kitchen cabinet; one dining 9 feet long; two dressers; a lot of matting; two commodes; 40 yards linoleum, three iron beds, complete with springs and mattresses; one sanitary couch; one folding bed, complete; one refrigerator; one washing machine; one rug, 12x16, good as new; one set dining room chairs; one No. 10 DeLavel cream separator; one ta-"bl- c ommissionef Sale g. i 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 andjlight 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 Economy vices at the Baptist church, conducted by the Rev. Joseph Montgomery. The road bonds were defeated Saturday in this county by a majority that precludes all fears of a contest. The majority against the proposition is said to be about 200, and is no more than was expected. For here where a larger majority for the bond issue would be reasonably expected, the sentimenthas always been about evenly divided. Jenkins precinct did etery Saturday afternoon, after ser- outcry to highest and best bidder the following land in Lincoln county Ky.: Beginning at a stake with pointers on old corner, thence N 5 E 74 poles to a stone on N E side of county road, thence S 32 W 20 poles to a stone, thence S 29 W 10 poles to a stone, thence S 20 2 W 18 poles to a stone, S 5 E 24 poles dire East to SOME TENNESSEE FOLKS beginning, containg 4 4 acres. Said credit TELL HOW THEY WON months, land sold ontoa execute of six purchaser bond payable to Commissioner, bearing 6 per cent interest from date, with apSick people want to be well in a proved personal security, lien retainhurry. ed on land sold, with force and effect A great many, perhaps most all, of judgment. E. D. Pennington, beginning in deillnesses have their M. C. L. C. C. rangements of the stomach and digestive tract. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy starts Jru at the first dose to put stomach sufferers on the way to health. The first 1-1-- coln 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 Pursuant to judgment of the Lin- j carriage, almost new; one buggy, in good shape; two A- -l Jersey cows, one has calf, the other fresh soon; one goat wagon and har- ness and other things too numerous to mention. All of this stuff is about double-seate- d ' like new. Terms sale made known on day of 24-- 3 J. B. Dinwiddie, Auct. W. D.'GOVER, Stanford, Ky. !iMii!iiiililUiihMiiiiimmi!UU!hiiiln H. .C. ANDERSON, Stanford FORD AG ENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Tires Accessories Storage Repairing Phone 203 Plumbing and Heating C. E. BOWER "Stanford, -- Ky. Office with J. L. Beazley phone42, res. phone 263 derful remedy. Have cured several bad cases of roup and other infecFor sale by Penny's Drug Store tious diseases with it, therefore I and all other reliable druggists. speak from experience when I say it cures. I heartily recommend it to my poultry raising friends in this and r J imWTO ftr" " adjoining counties, as the greatest Only tool required remedy-- have ever used for the cure There is nothing about this maand prevention of poultry diseases." 5S chine Cent ss that cannot be taken apart, Jno, O. Reid, Stanford, Ky. removed or replaced by any 4who 5 can use a wrench or scredriyer. Sold in Stanford .by The In fact, the only tool which'iHBfaed fortheoperationofaDeLavaleream dose proves it. It is taken with success everywhere. Here are the words of two Tennessee people who have taken it: MISS CORA FISHER, 805 Saxon avenue, Memphis "Have taken your medicine and it worked like a charm has removed quite a number of gall stones. It does just as you said it would." MRS. W J. WARD, Sparta, Tenn. "I can honestly recommend your remedy to all sufferers from constipation and stomach troubles. Indigestion seems a thing of the past with me." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and intestinal ailments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas in :he stomach and around the heart. Get one bottle of your druggist now and try it on an absolute guarantee if not satisfactory money will be returned. -- a What i- -? BOURBON FEW DROPS -- OF CURE J. S. Mobley & Son of McKinney POULTRY In the drinking water Makes Hews Lay Amazingly Limberneck Prevents Sickness. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. At druggists or by mail postpaid. Valuable poultry book free. BOURBON REMEDY CO. Lexington, Ky. Cures Roup, Colds, Cholera, has to say about cream separators this week. find the De Laval is the easiest and most satisfac- tory to use and keep in good -running order. There is nothing about the oper-S- 5 ation, cleaning, adjustment or care of a modern De Laval which requires expert knowledge or special tools. There are no parts which require n frequent adjustment in order to good is maintain varyingrunning or to con-2- 5 form to condidons in the .every day use of a cream .separator. 55 am a large breeder of fancy poultry and show birds. I have been "I using Bourbon Poultry Cure for the past seven years and never lose a chicken with disease, and I attribute my success to tfie use of this won- 5 5 Y I- TQXS will. 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 barns; fencing new and all buildings in good shape; well watered; 30 acres for tobacco; 135 acres in pasture and balance in d timber. Price very cheap; 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 otheV 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 cul tivated and no better producing land in Lincoln county; S5 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 place No." 101. 310 acres on good pike 5 miles from Lawrenceburg, Ky.; has tobacco barn house; and silo; splendidly adapted to grazing. Price $35 per acre and terms right. e No. 102 farm in Mercer county, Ky., on good pike; residence; 2 tenant nouses; 2 tobacco stock barns and 1 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. All 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 m ss erty. merry-go-roun- d, 1-- 1-- one-thir- 170-acr- 7-a- 254-acr- ry, 10-ac- re re one-thir- . 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 FARM LOANS 5 Per 1 STOP AT- - THE GALT HOUSE, WHEN IN LOUISVILLE. EUROPEAN PLAN GOOD ROOMS $1.00 PER DAY. FINE DIN-INROOM WITH EXCELLENT SERVICE "AND LOW PRICES. MEETS TRAINS. TURKISH' AND ELEC- FREE AUTO-BU- S TRIC BATHS. WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS. J. GREENBERG, Manager G CONTINENTAL Fire Insurance Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle 1 D. A. THOMAS, Phone 80 Stanford, - Kentucky public outcry to the highest and best bidder the following: Hpuse and lot Separator is the combination wrench and screw driver illustrated-above- , sr furnished free with the machine.We will be glad to. haveou ex55 amineaDeLaval, Lura D. Spiegel, etc., ...:.:......Plaintiff EE and see for your- . self the simpli-5- 5 vs. city and conven- Leila Livingston, eto.,...v.Defendants 'zz ience of its' con- Pursuant to a judgment rendered struction. by the Lincoln Circuit Court at its February, 1916 term, in above case, or the undersigned. Commissioner, will E on Monday, April 101916, at 11 rill buy a o'clock a.'m.', in front of court house in Stanford, Ky., offer for. sale at DE LAVAL 55 Lincoln Pharmacy Commissioner's Sale 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 land. 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. 119. Large mill in the best acres. Price $2,000. Terms right. No. 86. 56 acres 1 2 miles from good town. house; good barn: larjre, driveway and all neces 1-- Sooner later you hughes Office Consult Us Before Buying. List wheat section of the state. 100 barrels capacity and in every respect; good shipping facilities right on railroad. Can be operated at light expense. Will sell or exchange for good farm. No. 120. farm on good pike, splendid community, close to school and church; has cottage, halls and porches; 2 barns, each 36x32; good well at house and three never failing springs on place All buildings and fencing in good repair; good orchard; all of this farm is in cultivation and grass except ten acres. Price $2,500. Terms are right. No. 121. A farm of 172 acres well located and rich, soil; 22 acres in cultivation and balance in good timber; splendid orchard; small house and fencing fair; whole place well watered. Price $2,300. One half down and balance to suit purchaser. No. 122. 2,000 acres of coal and timber land in Harlan county, Ky. Three veins of coal; lower vein 38 inches; second vein 48 inches and third vein 72 inches; close to railroad; one-ha- lf of this land in good timber and balance has been culled. Price $25 per acre. No. 123. We have some good coal and timber land in Knox county, Ky., The owner of this land lives in Oklahoma and our instructions from him is to let it go for what it will bring. It will pay to investors to look into this proposition for the owner has made up his mind to let it go at your price. 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 & 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 six-actobacco 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. No. 107. Pool room in Danville, Ky.; has tables, chairs, desk, stove, lights and all paraphernalia necessary to run a first class pool room. The receipts run from $125 to $l50iper 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 righr.- No. 94. One oi the best farms Jm Central Kentucky, of 261 acres; two-storframe dwelling of 12 Tooms: 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 trcs; 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-N73. Three-roocottage; new stable containing three stalls and corn crib; small storeroom on pike; .good cistern at door and never failing well in 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 price on this that yon 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 land, 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 up-to-d- ate 60-ac- re six-roo- m re A 1-- ' . y o. m . & Mccarty 1 miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiu Lancaster Street Opposite Court House. Office Phone 180. REAL ESTATE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. L& I The Interior Journal, Stanford, i Kentucky: Friday, March v 3 1 , 1916 &- -? - i ' High School News Condensed Report of Th e Condition of was: Reading, "The Reconsidered Fleece Farris; PiVerdict ano Solo, Sara Beck; Reading, "The Sleepy Foot," Adalaide Proctor; Piano Solo, Annette Wearen. Prof. Wilson announced that the Junior Oratorical contest will be held in the school auditorium this (Friday) evening. . This entertainment is free and we hope for a large number present. 'Also if you want to see some"of the good work that is being done by this department, this will be .your .opportunity. Those who will speak are: Margaret Pettus, Lucille Balled, Eddie Bruce Baughman, Mabel Masters," Adalaide Proctor, Mary Kathjarine Hocker, Sara Beck, Louis Philips, Joseph Ballou, George Fleece.- The program rendered Friday, March 24, during the chapel exercises 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 priced hides and leath 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. Lincoln County NationalBank, On March 7, 1916. RESOURCES: obligations due bank Interest-bearin- g Banking House and Equipment Available Cash Assets LIABILITIES: Capital, Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits $480,090 35 10,750 00 73,547 65 $564,388 00 98 00 02 00 - 1 Ib lf iflfl H H JBM L j1 "S-O-M- -E Doughnut !" j "Any time you want real goodies use Calumet Baking Powder! My mother uses it she's tried all others she's learned her lesson now she sticks to Calumet ings. Wonderful leavening and raising qualities uniform results. Mother says Calumet Received Highest Awards Ntm Cocl Btti Trte Sa Slip in Piund Can $179,878 98,600 285,909 $564,388 "Corner Next To Court House." H B "Unequalled for making tender, wholesome, light bak- - H B . H V9Ht M U the most economical to buy most eco-comical to use. Try it at once. Houston Yager, .and Powell Withers. Dr. R. H. Crossfield, president of Transylvania University, made the school a" Visit last Friday morning "Preparedness or Why Go to College." Eyeryone felt much benefitted by his oration. Rev. W. D. Welburn conducted the devotional exercises in chapel Mon-- Jfexris,- -. Gatewood Beasley, erand no man day. I W Stanford, Kentucky The Interior Journal S. M. Saufley. 9 1mS .Publisher charge of democratic party affairs was able to muster for Stanley. Un$1 a Year When Paid in Advance; der leadership of 'men like VanSant, Kentucky is always democratic by Entered at the postoffice at Stanford as second an overwhelming majority. Under maQ. matte class Hager, Haldeman et al, it is a very doubtful state, as witness that 410 "Big Chief" VanSant, of Ashland, majority. ' will be a candidate for chairman of the Kentucky Democratic committees at the state convention. If he is cho- MAKES NEW FLYING RECORD. sen for this place no abetter assurCasweil of ance can be given that. Woodrow Wil- U. Lieut. R. Aviation Saufley, at the S. Naval station son will carry Kentucky in Novema world's e democratic ma- for highFla., broke week when record ber by an flving this jority of 30,000 or thereabout such cended to a height of 16,072 he asfeet. as McCreary and Beckham have won Lieut. Saufley is one of the pioneer aviators of the naval service and has had more experience at his hazardous profession than probably any other aviator in Uncle bams service, as he We offer One Hundred Dollars Howard for any fly over Vera case of Catarrh that cannot Ijo cured by Hall's was the first one to Cruz when the American forces oc Catarrh Cure. T. i. CHENEY & CO.,. Toledo, 0. cupied it two years ago. His many F. J. friends "back home" have watched We, the undersigned. Lave known Cheney for the last 15 o.irs. and believe hits Ierfectly honorable in al' bulues transactions his career with much interest and are j and Unsnclally able to carry out any obligations very proud o"f the fine record he has Pen-sacol- a, old-tim- by in recent years wnen VanSant was at the helm, and not by a measly 410, which was all the crew now in How's This? made by his firm. NAT. BANK mMlliui fiAif KfflWiTOK Or COMMERCE. Toledo, Ohio. . made. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous urfaces of the system. Testimonials pent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. fold by all Druggists. Take Hall's family Pi'ls for constipation. The Emporium at Hustonville will have its Spring Millinery display, Sat urday, April 1st. You are cordially invited. 25-- 2 "SHOP OF QUALITY" stead of 3,:00. Sam Embry made the announcement to the boys of the High School Monday that those who wished to try for the track team would from now on be permitted to practice half an hour before school let out and if you wanted to leave then, you could. all track practice has Heretofore been done after school hours and the Captain wishes to see more contestant out than ever before. Those who try for this team will have the same use of the club room as the not other athletes. Stith Noe, one of Stanford's most promising young men, had to undergo an operation Thursday, as a result of an injury received during a basketball game, while living at He stood the operation nicely and is now getting along alright, and it is hoped that he will soon be out again. He is a great partaker in athletics and his absence will be felt considerably on the school's nine during their games today .and tomorrow. The members of the Mozart Club have been reviewing for several . weeks for their examination in Musical History, Harmony and Analysis. tBs. .jntr rt. vk A rigid examination was given Wednesday and the papers are now in the hands of one of the teachers of the College of Music in Cincinnati. Meanwhile the girls are having their spring hats trimmed and making other preparations to attend the May Festival, each one hoping that she Cheap and big canBakingPowders do not will win theitrip offered by the club. save you money. Calnmetdoes it'sPnre The treasurer has the funds ready to and far superior to sour milk and soda. defray the expenses of the writer of the best paper. Be sure and don't forget tp come out to that star base ball game this afternoon between the local, team and their ol(l rivals, the nine from Hustonville. Several members of the Mozart Club were Absent Thursday, the examination in Musical History having probably gotten on their nerves. I" iod was lengthened from one half an hour to the full hour, which causes school to dismiss at 3:30 in- Beginning Monday the dinner per- w tui( ySjlHl McRoberts & Bailey. MILLINERY OPENING FOR RENT. Four-roocottage Mrs S. J. Tatem, of Crab Orchard, on East Main street. Applv to Ewalt 22-ther Spring and Summer Givens, Stanford f from the beginning of Fall right thru will have Thursday, April Opening, 6th. Also to Spring. Others get cold after a nice line of sample hats for disFOR SALE. Two good heifer cold. Take Dr. King's New Discov- play. The ladies are cordially invitJersey calves, from good milkers. 26-- 2 ery and you will get almost immedi- ed to see them. A. C. Zurbrugg Stanford, R. D. 3, ate relief. It checks your cold, Box 12. 'lo-- lj COLDS QUICKLY RELIEVED. Many people cough and cough m Camp-bellsvill- e. x stops the racking, rasping, tissue-tearin- g ADS cough, heals the inflamma- CENT tion, soothes the raw tubes. Easy to (Ads here are i cent a word each istake, Antiseptic and Healing. Get a sue, cash villi order; no ad. less 50c bottle of Dr. King's New Disthan 25c each issue.) covery and keep it in the house. "It is certainly a great medicine and I POSTED No huntng or fishing keep a bottle of it continually on allowed Adolph Hertel. 262-- p . hand" writes W. C. Jesseman, Fran-coni- a, . N. H. Money back if not satFOR SALE 350 nice locust posts. Henry Fields, R. D. 1, Stanford. 26-- 2 isfied but it nearly always helps. -A- -WORD FOR SALE. 35 steers, weighing about 900 pounds; ready to go in 10 days or two weeks. Geo. D. 25-2- p Boone, R. F. D. 1, Stanford. SELECTED SEED CORN. Pure Tennessee Red Cob (big dry grain, white), limited quantity; Wright's Georgia Yellow; Extra Early the corn for early feeding. Clover Bottom Stock Farm, J. H. Wright, 25-4- w Prop. ATTENTION HEMP GROWERS. See T. D. Newland's new seed drill for sewing hemp .seed and all kinds of small grain. This machine will pay for itself in saving seed in one 24-- 3 season. Robbers broke into Giles' store at WANTED. Lincoln County NaMiddlesboro Wednesday night, took tional Bank Stock. See E. C. Wal25-- tf $150 in money and several hundred ton at Interior Journal. safe dollars in goods. The was taken from the building, hauled A School-hous- e to .erect in Div. 4, outside of the city limits and broken Sub. 15. For plans see Ml F. North, open. 25-- 2 Chairman, Hustonville, Ky. 500-pound Kahn's Opening ! You are cordially invited to attend my opening NEXT SATURDAY, APRIL 1ST, Where you will find a complete line of OF DRAFT. WHY YOU ARE NERVOUS Drafts feel best when we are hot system is the alarm system and perspiring, just when they are of The nervous body. the human most dangerous and the result is In perfect health we hardly realize that Neuralgia, Stiff Neck, Sore Muscles we have a network of nerves, but when is declinor sometimes an attack of Rheuma- health is ebbing, when strength gives the ing, the same nervous system tism. In, such cases apply Sloan's alarm in headaches, tiredness, dreamful Liniment. It stimulates circulation slc-.p- , irritability and unless corrected, to the sore and painful part. The leads straight to a breakdown. To correct nervousness, Scott's Emulblood flows freely and in a short sion is exactly what you should take; its time the stiffness and pain leaves. rich nutriment gets into the blood and Those suffering from Neuralgia or J5 Neuralgic Headachewill "find one or tonic force. It is free from alcohol. two applications of Sloan's Liniment ine Scott & Bowne. Bloomfield, N. J. will give grateful relief. The agonizing pain gives way to a tingling DANGERS NOTICE Creditors of Carroll L. FOR SALE CHEAP. Touring car Dudderar will file their claims propin fine shape; just been painted and erly proven with the undersigned at overhauled; a bargain. Apply this once and those indebted to him will 26-2- p office. please settle. J. F. Dudderar, Ad21-- 3 FOR SALE. High class jack 15.3; ministrator. three years old; fine bone, head and ear; good enough for jennet jack. Price right. W. A. Hatcher, Stan- Selling Automobiles 26-ford, R. 5. 4t a Marvellous Business lflpBsgt FOR SALE. Prairie State Incubator, 120-eg- g capacity; will sell for $8 cash, or exchange for heifer calf. Mrs. Annie Mende, Waynesburg, R. D. No. 1. 26-l- Represent The Largest Eastern Manufacturer Hakim Fully Equipped, to Priced. Economical Cars. Not Claihed.But Proven Merit. Live Agents Wanted. Write P.QBoxZ448. Bostch.Hass p Jewelry, Diamonds, sensation of comfort and warmth and quiet rest, and sleep is possibl'e. Good for Neuritis too. Price 25c at your Druggist. -- Almont' Dare A. New Spring Merchandise The greatest collection of new goods this store has ever shown Every department filled to overflowing. Come and shop here while everything is new and a big assortment to select from. S Watches, W Bro s j. wVe m a a- aV W Clocks, Cut Glass, Silverware of all kinds. Prices are cheaper than any place I am buying in big quantities for four stores. Give me a call - f i,. Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing. Everything sold 1 ii is 5l, Work will be . un- der my rjersonal supervision. : : : 1 III II I Wjff ji and repaired . is under a bona M n n "'. Jl i M. ncfgiarantee. n 1& Sired by Dignity Dare 1992, he by Chester Dare 10,.he by Black Squirrel 58, he by King William 97; 1st dam Toxaway 4658, also registered in Vol. 10, A. S. Hi H.; she by Abdallah Mambrino 3715, he by Almont 33; 2nd dam Lady Davis, by Crit Davis, by Bourbon Chief; 3,rd dam, Mattie S., by Foreign Light, by .Foreigner, by Imported Glenco; 4th dam Bettie C, by Cunningham's Copperbottom. NOTE Almont Dare's colts from grade mares bring as high as $300 at weanlings to $500 and 1,000 at three to four years; $600 was offered for his dam, at 2 years old and $400 for his 2nd dam when horses were cheap. One full brother sold for $3,600, and another reported sold for $1,500, and one sifter, Toxy Dare offered $1,500 for. His 3rd dam could rack as fast as a good horse 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. Correspondence and inspection invi-1-- H R 3228 . New New New New New New Tailored Suits $10 to $25 Spring Coats $3.50 to $15 Tailored Skirts $2.50 to $10 Silk Dresses $5.98 to $10.00 Spring Waists 98c to $5.00 House Dresses 98c to $1.25 VJfc. :? v ever shown in Stanford $1 to $2. Beautiful new dress goods, spring ginghams and stout domestics, new spring oxfords snd high top shoes, new draperies, rugs, shades, druggets, mattings. Lace curtains 69c to $3 pair. Big assortment Ladies' Hats 98c to $4. White and colored The prettiest collection of new silks for dresses, waists and suits Will also stared my big mule' and jennet jack on same terms. , S. T. POWELL, Hustonville, Ky. THE OLD RELIABLE" hi W r (EST Counterpanes 98c to $5. Big line of Men's Suits, all wool, all colors, all sizes, $7.50 to $25. Odd pants .98c to $5. Spring hats, all kinds, 48c to $5. Shoes of every kind and a great line of Oxfords. Big. line of Shirts of the latest pattern5 from 48c to $3. . Work shirts 25c to 48c. See selection of NecktiesJLQctb.48c. Salem & Salem Ed H. Kahn, cvtsrtx 7- - Mills Building, West of Postoffice, Danville, Ky . i v REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. The Bargain Store Salem & Salem J. lT J L .&: .v 4 T r The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 31, 1916 Permanent Relief The First National Bank for Chronic Constipation i Of Stanford, Ky., Was Organized October 4th, 1882, With a Capital of $250,000.00. KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE OF CORRECT DAILY HABIT THE GREAT ESSENTIAL. P.nns.irmtinn is a condition affect ing all classes of all people and can be permanently relieved only by ac- Mr. and MrsiC. E. Tatev-we-re in Lexington this. week to see the auto and style show. Mrs. Julia Hughes has returned from Evansville, Ind., where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Cai-tfor several weeks. Miss Nancy Yeager left today for Lexington to be the guest of Mrs. B. F. Perry on Ashland avenue for a few days. Little Catherine Murphy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Murphy, on the Hustonville pike, has been quite ill of pneumonia for several er ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The sum of has since been returned to the stockholders in STOCrTDIVIDENDS. The sum of has since been paid to the Stockholders in the SEMI-ANNUAL $200,000.00 ; $235,500.00 DIVI- DENDS. Carried to the Surplus Fund Total, $ 28,500 00 $464,000.00 quiring habits of regularity. The most natural time tor tne pliminntivfl nrocess is in the morniner when both the muscular and nervous systems are relaxed by sleep and rest. When relief does not come reaany, it is an excellent plan to take a mild lnvntivp n't bedtime. Cathartics and purgatives, that by the violence of their quick action shock and disturn the system, should not be employed. An effective laxative remedv that is very dependable, and which does not r .T i i:X..u wc AH.r..c. gripe or ouierwise uiatuiu 4.1m uigaua involved, is found in a combination of simple laxative herbs known as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin that can be bought at the drug store for fifty cents a bottle. Mrs. C. C. Allen, 215 Foam St., New Monterey, Calif., wrote to Dr. Caldwell that she "found Dr. Caldwell's Svrnn Pensin iuSfc what was needed for constipation and distress -J- days. Mrs. W. R. Dillion, who has been here with Mrs; Joseph Coffey returned to her home at London Wednes- No Alum Crab Orchard. No Phosphate to know. Mrs. Bettie Moore, of Liberty, who of the stomach after eating. It has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. should be in 'every household. Get a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Ed Wilkinson here, went up to Crab Syrup Pepsin and keep it in the house Orchard Friday morning to visit Mr. to use when occasion arises A trial and Mrs. A. B. Dillion. Miss Mary Manier Wells and Miss obtainbottle, free of charge, can-bed by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, Louise Durham of Danville, have re454 Washington St., Monticello, 111. turned home after a short visit to Miss Linda Owsley at her home on e MRS. C. C. ALLE.M Mrs. J. M. Helm, of Brumfield, changed cars here Friday morning en route to Bristol, Tenn., where she will visit her sister. Mrs. J. C. Hart. Jesse D. Wearen spent several days in Louisville this week, having, his eyes, which have been giving him much trouble, treated. Mr. George S. Carpenter was in town Friday after a couple of weeks of the grip. He is not feeling just himself yet, his many friends regret day morning. Personal and Social Social Calendar. test at the Graded School, March 31 Junior Expression Con- - Got Rid of My Corns With Magic "Gets-It- " Simplest Corn Cure in the World No Pain, No Fuss . New, Sure Way. "When The Missionary tonville Christian church will have an apron and candy sale on Saturday before Easter. The Emporium at Hastonville will have its Spring Millinery display, Saturday, April 1st. You are cordially 25-- 2 invited. a 41 8 p. m. Circle of the Hus- - Mss Ellen Ballou is spending the week in Cincinnati to consult an oc- Try This! Your Hair Gets Wavy, ulist and incidentally to hear the sliced them, when Glossy and Abundant English pianist, Harold Bauer. city shopping Wednesday. Katherine, little daughter of Mr. At Oncu. Miss Katharine Harris, who has and Mrs. W. H. Murphy, who has been attending Hamilton College for been ill of pneumonia, is considerably To be nossessed of a head of hea some time, returned Thursday. improved. vy, beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, Carlisle Myers, of Hustonville, was Millard Ware, of Eubanks, and W. in town Wednesday mingling with B. Ware, of Waynesburg, were the flnfiV wjivv and free from dandruff friends. guests of their brother Eugene Ware4 is merely a matter of using a little Miss Jessie Lee Phillips was the near Rowland last. week. Danderine. guest of her cousin, Mrs. Oppic It is easy and inexpensive to have Messrs. Ansel Rue, Luther Raines, Brown, at Lancaster. Floyd Shelton, and nice, soft hair and lots of it. Just Otho Robards, Harrods-burbottle of Knowlton's Samuel T. Roberts, of Earle Taylor, of Danville, were the get a was here this week with rela- guest of Miss Sara Cormney Sun- Danderine how all drug stores' rec tives. ommend it apply a little.as directed day. Mr. Charles Thompsn, of LancasCity and within ten minutes there will be Mrs. ter, was here Sunday, calling on Miss was theMargaret Fell, of Kansas guest of Mrs. M. A. Hocker an nnnparartpe of abundance, fresh Pattye Perkins. now together with ness, fluffiness and an incomparable Tuesday Mrs. Emmet McCormack and Mrs. Miss Sara and is visiting Miss Lillie gloss and lustre, and try as you will Hocker V. B. Morst, of Hustonville, were Messick at Danville. you can not find a trace of dandruff in town Wednesday shopping. "Why ITave Corns At All When "Getg-It- " Mrs. Sara Eubanks and Mrs. Lic-ci- e or falling hair; but youTeal surprise JCemoveh Them the 2f ew,Dcad-Sur- o Way? H. C. Wray and family, of DanUnderwood have returned from a ' will be after about twp"week's use, and tapes, bandages, and ville, were the guests of Mrs. I. M. lengthy visit to Mrs. C. E. Miller at when you will see new $airp-fi-ne salves, and d plasters that make corns Bruce and family the first part of Rochester, 111., Mrs. Joe Swope at) downy at first, yes but really new have only made your corns grow week. over faster, just hold your heart a moment theRev. A. A. Higgins, who Peoria, 111., and other friends and rel- hair sprouting out all believe, your has been atives in that section. the scalp Danderine, isrwe and fipure this: Put two drops on the corn. It dries of "Gets-It- " vith the homefolks here for several only sure hair grower, destroyer of your shoe jays, returned to Louisville Wednes-iaat once. You can put dandruff and cure for itchy scalp and and stocking1 on right over it. Tho stop corn is doomed. It makes the corn MILLINERY AT CRAB ORCHARD! it never fails towant, falling hair at come off clear and clean. It's the new, nnpp Tf vrrn Mr. Scott Hamilton went, to Louis to nrove how easy way. Nothing to stick or press ! The ladies are invited to call and pretty and soft your nair-- really is, on tho corn. Tou can wear smaller villeK.Tuesday to be the guest of Mrs. Hamilton and hi1? sister, Miss inspect my Millinery. Ev- moisten a cloth with a little DanderNo D. shoes. You'll be a pain, no trouble. Accept no substitutes. Florence Hamilton. erything new, stylish and of the best ine and carefully draw it through "Gets-It- " is sold by druggists everyMr. J. T. Underwood, of Parks-vill- e, quality. I can please you both in your' hair taking one small strand where, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by stopped over here Thursday en price and material. My opening will at a time. Your hair will be soft, & Co., Chicago, 111. E. Lawrence route to Jellico, Tenn., where he will be Wednesday, April 5th, at my old glossy and beautiful in just a few Sold in Stanford and recommendlower Main street. Mrs. Allie moments ' a delightful surprise ed as the world's best corn remedy, be at the bedside of his sister, Mrs. stand onCrab Orchard. M. A. Archer, who is very ill. 2&-- 2 Pettus, awaits everyone who tries this. 26-- 1 by the Lincoln Pharmacy. "die with your boots on," when you've soaked them and picked them and corn-swellinc corns make you almost week. W. Rout, Jr., was in the. West J. End Wednesday attending to some business. Miss Lula Jones and Mrs. L. F. Jpnes, of Crab Orchard, were in this show M. S. at Lexington this Baughman took in the auto Mrs. R. M. Blackerby has had a severe spell of grip. Mrs. T. K. Watson visited her father at Lancaster this week. G. B. Pruitt, of Moreland, was in town Thursday on business. Misses Mary D., and Lena Beck have returned from a visit to Mrs. Will Hawkins at Corbin. Mrs. Will Kenney returned to her home at Danville Wednesday after a visit here to Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Raney and family. George H. Farris and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hutchins were .in Lexington Thursday attending the automobile show. mid-wee- Brutus Yager, of Warsaw, was the guest of Edwin Welburn. k Cleveland McMullin, of Waynes- burg, visited his cousin, Roy Ware recently. Mrs. W. K. Warner returned from Louisville Thursday. Her sister, Miss Vivp-inijRmirnfi. who has been keen ing house for her in her absence, re turned to ner noem in uarrara. i Forest, avenue. Lexington Leader. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Fish went to Paint Lick early in the week to visit relatives. Mr. Fish has recovered his strength in nice shape since his operation a few weeks ago and is preparing to take up his duties as special deputy collector under the narcotic laws, April 1st. Heard About Town Howard Newland purchased a Ford touring car this week. Bailey's Garage is improving their plpnt by installing an underground filtered Wayne gasoline pump in front of their establishment and have also installed free air. Mr. and Mrs. George Crawford, on the Danville pike, are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a little daughter in their home Thursday morning. Sheriff J. G. Weatherfofd is back from Elixir Springs where he spent a week drinking the splendid waters for stomach trouble. He returned greatly improved, his friends are glad to know. N. W. Fowle, received the happy news from Lebanon Junction, of the birth of a son to his son, W. It. Fowle, of that city. The young man arrived Thursday and weighed 10 2 pounds. He has been named W. R. Fowle, Jr., for his father, who isn't half as proud of him, however, as is his grandfather 1-- Girls! Thicken and Beautify Your Hair and Stop Dandruff! g, 25-ce- nt here. I pop-eye- -- y. I Hon. M. J. Farris, Jr., has purchased the old Thurmond livery stable on Fourth street in Danville, and with a new lot of buggies and some extra nice horses will be in splendid shape to look after the wants of the riding public. He extends a cordial invitation to his Lincoln and Garrard county friends to make his stable their headquarters when they go to Danville. joy-walk- er. up-to-da- te Indoor Worker Is Handicapped Office Men Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Jones and Mrc Jamie Carpenter motored to Lancaster Monday afternoon to witness the? "Battle Cry of Peace." Mrs. Charles Redd, who has been sick almost all winter, is able to walk round in the house. Mrs. Harve Collier is also much better, after a most severe siege of grip and tonsilitis. Miss Ha Newland and Miss Gladys Sweeney, of Stanford, were here last week to attend the "Old Folks Concert." Mrs. Polly Smith (nee Traylor) and handsome baby, has been with her mother, Mrs. Traylor, for sometime, at the St. Ivan Hotel. Mrs. Traylor has been quite sick. Mrs. Dexter Ballou, of Stanford, and daughter, Margie, attended the concert and visited her mother and sisters here. Mrs. W. J. Edmiston has been suf fering from bronchitis but is im proving. Last Saturday morning Uncle John bdmiston, was feeling quite well, and disregarding the counsel of the doc tor and family not to try to walk round alone, went out on the porch to examine the thermometer and up on turning, lost his balance and fell. He did not break any bones, but hurt his spine and has been in a most helpless condition since. The family are as attentive to him as to a baby and Miss Addie Cochran will never receive her just reward in this life for her faithful and loving patient care of Uncle John, and many other aged ones whose care fell to her, and her sweetest recollections are that she helped make their old days as comfortable as possible. For the benefit of those friends at a distance who are anxious to know the names of all the folks who participated in making the concert a success, we will state the names of all who sang in the choruses: Mrs. M. E. Fish, Mrs. Mollie Burgin, Mrs. Buchanan, Mrs. Cherry, Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. Edmiston, Mrs. Allie Pettus, Mrs. Robert Thompson, Miss Tanna Thompson, Mrs. Caltha Newland, Mjss Mayme Holdman, Miss Annie' Hutchison, Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Hunt, Miss John Eva Hilton, Mrs. Stephenson and Messrs. Wood Peters, George Holmes, Bragg Thompson, Thomas Hays Bronaugh and Billy George Holdman. Mrs. Kittie Thompson presided at the piano, assisted by Mrs. Jamie Carpenter. Mr. J. T. Chadwick wishes to thank every man and boy who labored so hard to save his house during the fire and says he can never forget their hard work and how well they performed it, and wishes he could take each by the hand and tell how he feels. HONOR ROLL FOR MARCH. Garman, Mary Pettus, Fannie Mc- L.ariey and Wallace Brackett. Freshman Hester Anderson Earl Baughman and May Bell Lyon. Sophomores Mary Beck, Elizabeth Carter, Tilden Cooper, Annie V. Craig, Rachel Hill, Annie Rogers Powell, Annette Wearen, Gene Wood and Clarence Singleton. Junior Henley Cash, John Cash, Joe T. Embry, Nellie Wilson Hill, Ferdinand Matheny and Serena Young. Senior Bessie Brackett, Lucille Dudderar, Gertrude' Gaines, Shirley Gover, Maggie Rankin and Lucy Wilmot. Beech Grove We are having some very nice spring weather at the preesnt. Miss Ila Hunter visited her parents Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Bertha Dale and pretty little daughter, arrived Saturday morning to visit her mother, Mrs. Nannie Smith. Mr. John McGinnis is no better at this writing. Miss Ella Rigsby visited Miss Bertha Dav's from Saturday until Mon- Sunday. Mr. Georce Perk'ns. nf PnlscH called on Miss Sidney Hoskins Sufe uruay nignt and Sunday. Bradley Thempson of Bell county called on Mfcs Jennie Kniirh Sim- day. Miss Virgie Payne was visiting her aunt, Mrs. P. T. Elam, in Uppee day. Mr. Charles Payne snd wife, hava returned to their home at Conway, after a long visit to his parents. Mr. Andrew Bailey and Tneo Cowan were calling on Misses Joie Smith and Grace Martin at the home of Mrs. Nannie Smith Saturday night. Mr.- William Lawson and familv, were visitine her sister. Mrs. ITarric Payne last week. Mr. Alfred Owens and Ben Sipplc attended church at Beech Grove last - uarrara. penter work on his Mr. John Dale is dnlno" soma n moving his family. Misses Lucy and Jennie Smith a?o visiting their sister, Mrs. Ed Stevens house before on aungey ureeK. Mrs. Walter Smith visited her Mr. and Mrs. Owens at Rrnil- head last week. ' Miss Bertha Davis entertained few friends Saturday night. The evening was spent in music and garnets and an ed candy pulling. HOWM 8. BEAN METTH E GRiSiS . rz Often Pay Penalty oF door Grind. In- Bought Your Sprin Outfit Yet ? iwtJl o w2?v READY-TO-WEA- R If not, come and let us show you the most beautiful and cheapest line of MENS CLOTHES you have seen. We can fit anybody, unless deformed, and the range of colors and fabrics is immense. Suits for Boys, Young Men, Middle Aged and Older Men in Prices to Suit All. Besides suits, we will show you many Standard Lines of Goods, the worth of Which you will recognize from the name; Stetson Hats. Geo. P. Ide Shirts. H. & P. Gloves, Phoenix Hosiery. Florsheim Shoes. Arrow Cbllars. Holeproof " W.JL Douglas Shoes. Eclipse Shoes. Imperial Drop Seat Underwear. And Other Good Brands Tqo Numerous To Mention. Hart, Schaffner & Marx All Wool Suits, $18.50 and Up, Good Suits at $10.00; Better Ones at $15.00. Cowrnsbt Hart SchaHaer & Marx . If you don't know the name behind the goods you can't be sure of the wear ahead of them. ' PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS A . r . STANFORD'S BIGGEST STORE. r -- w !, .H.I N .rf.-- ft 1V inactivity and the ailments that mark the indoor man for their own. To say "I feel good all over" is to speak the acme of content, and when this is Supplemented by a steady, healthy increase in weieht after a long period of suffering, the fortunate man usually feels that he wants to share his jood luck with the less fortunate "other fellow." It is this spirit that prompts so many prominent business men in every community to endorse Tanlac. Tanlac assists nature to throw off depression and in its Dlace to stimu late the system, with the result that energy and vigor return. That "tired feeling" means a good deal more than is generally realized. It. is one of the symptoms of a more serious condition. It not laziness, it is a physical ailment that needs correction before it takes a firm hold on you. The results of the Tanlac treatment are amazing. lanlac tends to make tired out, listless persons sturdy and of real manhood and womanhood like those but. most sensible folks the pioneers. As a tonic, appetizer and invigor-an- t, write to nothing ever has been discovered Nellie Davis. Sndie Wonron Via. (! E. Pinkham Medicine Smith, Sophie Saunders, Mary Hill1 the that will compare with Tanlac. It Co., X.ynn, Mass. builds new tissues, vitalizes the "blood and acts so favorably on ailments of the stomach, liver and kidneys, and catarrhal affections of the mucous membranes. Satisfied users of Tanlac have proven to be Tanlac's best advertisers. Men and women, from the highest to the lowest walks oflife, everywhere are testifying daily to the reAnd nowhere' can you secure finer tackle of lief Tanlac has brought them. No other remedy has won such endorseall sorts than we are showing this s'eason. We ments, that can only come from superlative merits. Tanlac is being especially introhave everything a thoroughbred fisherduced in Stanford, Ky., at Penny's drug store, where the Tanlac man man could wish for. Come in and look our is daily explaining its merits and the results that may be expected from 26-- 1 its use. stock over before you plan your fishing trip. Tanlac majbe obtained at the nearby cjties: Moreland, Abraham Minks; Hustonville, Adams Bros.,; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-burMiddle-burJoseph McWilliams; W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros.,; Brodhead, John Rob-iii- s; STANFORD, KY. Junction City. Reynolds & Ev- yans; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts. medi-nnefra men and women too often pay the t enalty of the all day grind at the desk. There comes in many cases the sluggishness that is bred of physical great We can't all be devotees of the out-of-doo- rs, and so the office ed Sam Bell, Winfrey Carried Safely Through Change Florence Denham, Sadie of Life by Lydia E. Pinkham'c Farmer, Nettie Gover, Marie KenneVegetable Compound. dy, Lucile Manning, Ruth Masters, Marie Padgett, Bennie Rankin, Richard Southard, Joe Turpin, E. P. Nashville, Tenn. "When I was going Woods and Adam Walker. through the Change of Life I had a tu Second Grade Zella Barnett, mor as large as a iimimiimimiiimii Charley Blankenship, Josephine Bel-dechild's head. The John Baughman, Beatrice doctor said it was: Lucile Dunn and Dollie Walls. II HUaSill years coming-anThird Grade Eula Bower, Annell W jPjg three or gave me Carson, Effie McClary, James McCormack, Eunice Pepples, Welch it until I Pepples, Foster Reid Phillips, ElizarJ& was called away 111 " beth Spoonamore, Hatler Smith, Sa-bfrom the city for K. Walker, Thelma Walls. , some time. Of Fourth Grade Emma Brackett, course I could not Jennie Barnett, Matilda Bell, Olga go to him then, so Camenisch, Sadie Kincaid, Philip s, my sister-in-latold Rhoda Plummer, James Paxton, i " mi t me that she thought Adam Pence, Emma Pepples, Susie Rankin, Mary Louise Stone, Dorothy Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound would cure it. It helped both Tribble and Lucile Walker. Fifth Grade Nellie Mitchell, Lee the Change of Life and the tumor and Davis Fisher. Frances Tate. Guv Wal- - when I got home I did not need the doctor. lin, Mabel Masters, Eugene Goggin I took the Pinkham remedies until the ana bara tfeck. tumor was gone, the doctor said, and I Sixth Grade Adolph Camenisch, have not felt it since. I tell every one Mattie Belle Kincaid, Adelaide Proctor, Margaret Pettus, Leila Cook Ra- - how I was cured. If this letter will help others you are use it." iic, iiuuiciinc xjiuuy, .trances nsn, j Mrs. E. H. Bean, welcome to Avenue, 525 Joseph Allene Gooch, Mary Frances Mathe- -' ny. Isabella Warrou and Marjoriel Nashville, Tenn. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comnaiiou. Seventh Grade Bertha Rlnntron. pound, a pure remedy containing the shipf, Henry Baughman, Lucille Wa-- i extractive properties of good old fashxers, .Louise waters, Sara Bright, Lu- ioned roots and herbs, meets the need3 cile Carter and Ola Rankin. of woman's system this critical period Eight. Grade Janie Hocker, Geo. of her life. Try at it Fleece Farris. Patterson Tanner. If there is any symptom in your William Welburn, Earle Spoonamore, case which puzzles you, Duncan, First Grade n, Cam-enisc- h, - I d lllllli I ! I Ne-viu- I-y- THE FISH ARE BITIN' that fol-.lo'wi- g, g, Penny's Drug Store 1 Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 31, 1916 HUSTONVILLE MILL TRADE Property for Mercer County Farm. Hustonville, March 31. W. D. Nave has sold his mill property here to L. T. Minor, of JMercer county, and has taken in exchange for it, a farm of 121 acres on the Cane Run pike, out of Harrodsburg. Deputy Sheriff Adams, of Casey county, who was so badly cut up last winter by Prior Pemberton and son, at a Rolling Fork church service, was here for a short while Monday. Mr. Adams face and neck were covered with scars, and his neck was drawn so he could not hold his head erect. Josiah Bishop was at Somerset the first of the week, seeing after the Waluable Health Hints CATARRH her son. A customer of Hudson Bohon, the For Our Readers out, but have no medical value. Ec- W. D. Nave Exchanges His West End linois, but after becoming convinced Kidd's Store merchant, was taken in hand by the police of this city, last week, charged with trying to elude his debts by leaving the state for Il- Just because jou hawk and spit and zema, tetter, acne and all such erupyour nose is vet, cold, red, sore and tive diseases should be treated with a nuisance, don't merely plug it up. s s s ' POISONED BLOOD. You can't cure catarrh, by greasing your nose. Take S. S. S. regularly and you will drive catarrhal poisons out of your blood. The membranes will soon recover and no longer continue to accumulate the mucous that gathers and thickens into catarrh. S. S. S. stimulates the cells of the tissues to select from the bloofl their own essential nutriment. Rapid recovery from catarrhal inflamation in the stomach, kidney, bladder and all membranes is the result MALARIA. Throughout the country, wherever malaria abounds, are "happy, joyful people to whom S. S. S. has given wonderful help in the treatment of malaria after the most sickening torture imaginable. The gaunt complexion of malaria's victims, the chills and fever, the malarial dysentery that seems to defy all other treatment, the malarial leg, the enlarged liver, the persistent anemia where the blood turns to water and the system wastes away. These are the conditions that S. S. S. so effectually asissts in overcoming, by helping to restore the blood to its natural vigor. STUBBORN SORES Sometimes a sore spot becomes indolent. The tissues surrounding it lose tone and are unable to provide sufficient nutriment to stop the drain. It is then chronic. Just saturate your blood with S. S. S. This is quickly accomplished, as S. S. S. is naturally assimilated 'the same as milk or any other healthful liquid. Nature acts with marvelous rapidity when given the proper assistance, and S. S. S. so stimulates cellular activity that the parts surrounding an ulcer select from the blood the materials that make new tissue. Thus the sore spot rapidly hals in a nataral way. Local applications for any skin disease will afford protection from with So panic-stricke- n that he was into it, he agreed to come across with the green goods and was let off, and he went on his way 276-pou- Try it yourselfset-fire-- to - many different things contribute to poison the blood and the effect is so startling that the sufferer becomes and is led to use harmful drugs. If you have any blood trouble, get a bottle of S. S. S. and take according to directions. Don't take anything else. Poisoned blood is bad enough without ruining your bones, joints, teeth and vitals with minerals. S. S. S. so stimulates cellular activity that they reject all poisonous influences and select only those materials in the blood that make healthy tissue. This is why its assistance toward recovery is so noticeable and at times remarkable. S. S. S. is welcome to the weakest stomach and is assimilated just as readily as the most nutritious food. It has helped to cure a host of sufferers. RHEUMATISM. In any form of rheumatism give the blood a good effectual cleansing with sss Use this remedy for three days and take a hot salt water bath to open the pores. This relieves the lungs and kidneys and assists S. S. S. to utilize the skin as the principal avenue of elimination. Avoid salts, calomel and other drastic purgatives, as they absorb the moisture from the walls and membranes of the intestines, weaken the muscular action, produce chronic constipation and thus stagnate the system with rheumatic poisons. Get a bottle of S. S. S. at any drug store. Don't take a substitute. S. S. S. is purely vegetable and is prepared only by the Swift Specific Co., 271 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. Write for special booklet on any of the diseases mentioned and if medical advice is wanted, write for that also to address given above. Both booklet and medical advice are free. Jufx Your Health depends on the purity of drugs used and the care employed in compounding the prescriptions given you by your doo tor. Sometimes it is even a matter of Life and Death the best and freshest we can buy. We use the utmost care in compound ing all prescriptions, as your doctor will tell you. It is a matter of conscience with us. is i Our stock of drugs sale of hay. Col. Anderson, of McKinney, was here Tuesday on business. J. H. Cloyd, of Ellisburg, was here on business Tuesday. M. S. Baughman, of Stanford, was here last Friday in a brand new Overland, looking for purchaser for same. Cole Brown, Jr., and wife, of Boyle county, spent Saturday and Sunday with C. P. Brown, out on the Bradfordsville pike. C. P. Brown has been sorely afflicted with rheumatism for quite a while, but is able to be out for a few minutes on agreeable days. He will shortly go to Elixir Springs for a stay at that famous resort. Rev. Beagle shipped his household He goods to Georgetown Monday. and his wife motored to Lancaster Cut This Out It Is "Worth Money. for a short visit to friends before DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this leaving for their new home. Bro. Beagle will enter the missionary ser- slip, encolse with 5c to Foley & Co., vice. Chicago, 111., writing your name and J. Beecher Adams, and children address clearly. You will receive of Danville, arrived here last Friday in return a trial package containing for a visit among relatives for a Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, Danwhile. Beecher returned to ville Monday, but' children remained for lagrippe coughs, colds and croup, for several days. Foley Kidney Pills, and Foley CaMcCormaiek & Co., purchased a lot everywhere. of hogs in Casey county and with a thartic Tablets. Sold few purchased in this section, were shipped to the city Saturday. FLAT WOODS. Williams & Riffe purchased in LexMrs. Mary Brown has received ington last week a I. H. C. truck and now have it- - on exhibition at their news from Crawfordsville, Ind., that James Lewis, Mrs. Brown's garage. was hurt very bad while at work Dr. Tim Pennington and family, the saw pit. We have not yet of Stanford, attended the burial of at learned how the accident happened. Mrs. J. Beecher Adams last week. Mrs. John Elder has also received J. W. Powell and daughter, Mrs. Depp, attended the Rice funeral at news from the same place, that her little grandson, Joseph L. Jones, has Danville on the 22nd. Miss Mollie Austin was called sev- the measles. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brown, of eral days ago to Liberty, at the bedside of her brother, Jesse Austin, Quail, was the guest, of Mr. and Mrs. who is critically ill with pneumonia. John Elder Sunday. Mr. Alfred Brown and family, of Work on the Mose Tanner building has been rapidly pushed since the ar- Bandy, was the guest of his parents,-herSaturday and Sunday. rival of the framing lumber, and will Messrs. David and James Elder, soon be under roof, if the weather was the guest of John Elder Saturwill permit. Mrs. John Sandidge, of Newcastle, day. Mr. and Mrs. James Harness Ind., left here on the 20th for Bowling Green, Ky., with her son, Dunn spent Saturday night with her mothSandidge, to enter him in a business er, Mrs. Mary Brown. Misses Nellie and Delta Brown college for six months, where he will a full course of instruction. She were the delightful guests of their take returned on Wednesday after mak- cousin, Miss Permelia Elder Sunday. Mrs. G. M. Elder and baby, are ing satisfactory arrangements for on the sick list. Misses Nettie Rodgers and Ona iflHIHJi!i!H!HiiiHiitH;HUUii!!!I!i!llllli Thompson visited Mrs. James Harness recently. Mr. Jones Brown, of Pulaski county, spent Monday night with John Elson-in-law, somewhat shorter of change, but learned a great lesson, it is thought. B. W. Leigh sold to W. D. Nave, Duroc brood sows. four They were thoroughbreds and were sold at 8 2 cents a pound. Mr. Stanhigh and wife, of Chelf's Ridge, were here a few. days last week on business. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Lipps, of Danville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burke, a few days ago. Miss Dollie Miller, of Louisville, is the hat trimmer at the Wheeler Emporium this spring and is trimming up some mighty pretty hats for their Easter display. Jesse Rout went to Junction City Sunday morning to visit his family who are still located there. A party of three men said to be from Junction City, were In our town a few nights ago, about 11 o'clock and behaved very imprudently on the streets, after most everyone had left for home. Their identification is now known and the young gentlemen are going to be taken in for immoral language. Coulter White, of Moreland, was here Monday to see C. P. Brown, who is ill with rheumatism. We are glad to know that our former Lincoln county boy, Moses Cook, escaped the raging fire at Nashville last week, although he had a very narrow escape. nd 1-- if you "want personal and positive information as to how delightful Prince Albert really is, smoked in a jimmy pipe or rolled into I the best makin's cigarette you ever For, Prince Albert has a wonderful message and makin's peace for every of man. It will revolutionize your smoke ideas and ideals. The patented process fixes that and cuts out bite and parch pipe-pea- ce 1 SEVERE PUNISHMENT Of Mrs. Chappeil, e t e if Viae o millirtrt to-da- PRINCE Copyright 118 by R.J. Reynolds Albert the national joy smoke fragrant and You'll just sit back and ponder why you have kept away from such joy'us smokings for so long a time ! long-burnin- is so friendly to your tongue and taste that it is mighty easy to get acquainted with. You'll like every pipeful or cigarette better than the last because it is so cool and g. Men, we tell you Prince Albert is all we claim for it. You'll understand just how different our patented process makes Prince Albert quick as you smoke it ! Buy Prince Albert everywhere tobacco is told: in toppy red bags, Sc; tidy red tins. JOc; handsome pound and half pound tin humidors and in pound crystal-glas- s tops humidors with sponge-moistenthai keep the tobacco in such prime condition. er Oa die rcTerse tide of ills tidy reel tin jou will read: "Proceu Patented July 30th. 1907." which has made three men mol" pipez where one smoked before I R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sale- m, N. C 3 SKaBU of Five Years' Standing, Relieved by Cardni. Mt. Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah AT. Chap-pe- ll of this town, says: "I suffered 101 Five years with womanly troubles, also stomach troubles, and my punishment What J. W. ACEY, Proprietor. The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. Dr. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacist I T. Moser of Miliedgeville f der. Mrs. Harve Brown was the guest of Mrs. Marv Brown Tuesday night. Mr. Foster Brown, of Quail, visited Stephen and Wm. David Elder. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Scott were Superior and J. I. Case Corn Planters -- visitors night. at John Elder's Tuesday have to say about cream separators this week ten or fifteen years there have been dozens of cream L separators come on the market which claimed to be "world beaters." But they couldn't make good in the ss handsof the users and one by one they dropped out of sight Their owners were willing to take 55 a risk and they lost If you buy a cream separator from us you run 55 no risk of dissatisfaction or loss. ar -- TN the last 1 Mr. and Mrs. Jsoh Harness visited her parents at Mt. Zion Sunday. Mr. Eueene Brown and Misses Nellie and Delta Brown, and Permelia Elder attended meeting at Mt. Zion Sunday. Mrs. Amos Brown has a new line of spring and summer hats. Mrs. Long, of Pulaski county, has returned to her home after a pleasant visit to her daughter, Mrs. Amos Brown. was more than any one could tell. I tried most every kind of medicine, but none did me any good. I read one day about Cardui, the woman's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. I had not taken but about six bottles until I was almost cured. It did me more good than all the other medicines I had tried, put together. My friends began asking me why I looked so well, and I told them about Cardui. Several are now taking it." Do you, lady reader, suffer from any of the ailments due to womanly trouble, such as headache, backache, sidcache, sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired feeling? K so, let us urge you to give Cardui a trial, we feel confident it will help vou. I ijyy J .? ft ' ,35r PffigKB iiilRiHlilsii inct rtihnr lunmon in You the past half century. y. Begin taking Cardui won't regret it. All druggists. VSritt to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies Advisory Dept., Chattanooca. Tenn., for Sttcia book. "Home Instruethns on your case and e Treatment for Women." In plain wrapper. N.C. 1 24 ! I At- WOMEN'S WOES Rill m B 2 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. W. H. BIGGINS, :: Stanford, Ky. si- - The De Laval is tested and time proved Why experiment? What's the use of taking chances with a machine you don't know much about or an inferior machine, when you know that a De Laval is recognized every- where as the "World's Standard." years of 5 More than thirty-fiv- e periment and experience have made the De Laval the best machine on the market for the separation of cream. If you have no separator now, or an inferior one, we can sell you a De Laval on such terms that it will pay for it- self while you are using it ex-5ly YOU NEED IT RIGHT NOW! Phone Us To Send You a Load of That Best Of All Fuel, . 55 55 55 55 55 55 : 55 " 55 55 7 55 55 j j FOX RIDGE COAL l'.l'W 1 later you Sooner or 3c at Yard 14c Delivered will buy a DE LAVAL rfllllllllillllilllliillllllllimilllHIIHIIIllI I Stanford Women Are Finding Relief At Last John Tratler's Admr., Etc., ORDER. vs. It does seem that women have John Tratler's Heirs, etc., more than a fair share of the aches deThe and pains that afflict humanity; they ceased, creditors of John Tratler, are directed to appear before must "keeD un." must attend to du Comties in spite of constantly aching E. D. Pennington, the MasterCircuit missioner of the Lincoln backs, or headaches, dizzy spells, bearing-dow-n pains; they must stoop Court and present their claims and ovpr. when to stoop means torture. prove same as is required by law, on day before the They must walk and bend and work or Given under15th handof May, 1916. my this, the 21st with rackiner nains and many aches day of March, 1916. Keeping the kidneys from kidney ills. well has snared thousands of women M. C. NEWLAND, much misery. Read of a remedy for 24-2- P Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court kidneys only that is endorsed Dy peo ple in this locality. Mrs. A. Camden, Preachersville, Ky., says : "I suffered intensely from kidnev complaint. When I stooped, I could hardly straighten. Dark spots often floated before my eyes and HIGHEST PRICES PAID mv head nained me until I was almost crazv. A neighbor told me about Remittance Mailed oa Day Doan's Kidnev Pills and I got a box Shipment it Received They helped me from the first and I No Commission to Pay am now free from kidney complaint." Price 50c at all dealers. Don't Write for Price Lilt and simply ask for a kidney remedy-Shipping Tags cret Doan's Kidney Pill& the same H. Sabel & Sons that Mrs. Camden had. Foster-Mil--26-burn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 1 Incorporated EiULIiiLed 1855 LOUISVILLE. KY. 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. ROBINSON'S BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY 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. J. L. Beaziey & Co., J. C. M'Ciary Florida - Cuba - New Orleans WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. FOR FULL INFORMATION, APPLYTO NEAREST TICKET AGENT ORWRITE Undertaker Embalmer Undertaker Embalmer Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 STANFORD, KY. W. E. PERKINS, - - Crab Orchard H. C. KING, Passenger and TicketAgent, 101 East Main Street, Wi A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent, - Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, Ofaie The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 31, 1916 Page Seven m S- Stomach Trouble -1 JM Most stomach troubles are not dis-- J qases. The stomach is simply weak. J( . Tirea out. Tne rigiit kind or a tonic Is what is needed. A few meals, well digested, will furnish natural strength. That Is what a tonic will do for you. It will start the stomach going right. Then the stomach will take care of Itself. H PE-RU-N- A n Preachersville Mrs. B. F. Lunsford has been quite sick, but-i- s better. Owen Duvall continues about the same, with heart trouble. Nat Wilmot and wife, off Copper Good the Year 'Round There is no use of wrjtins Always a new prescription every time a remedy is needed for a weak stomach. No use whatever. The old, well-trie- d remedies, put up on purpose for such cases, are a great deal better than an offhand prescription. Peruna is the remedy that people have relied upon for a great many years. It is ready to take, composed of pure drugs, of uniform strength and composition. Not an experiment. Peruna is a substantial, household remedy, with forty years of splendid history behind it. In buying Peruna you take "ou know what you are getting. no risk Reatiy-fo-Tak- e creek, Rockcastle county, visited her mother, Mrs. Wm. Duvall. Woodson Carpenter is on the sick list. A large crowd was out Tuesday evening to hear Rev. A. J. Clere, of Lancaster, lecture at the Baptist church. Business meeting at the Baptist church next Saturday. Henry Thornton, of Virginia, is with his. brother, Rev. E. B. Thornton and wife. Mrs. Wm. Dyehouse visited her daughter, Mrs. Wm. SYiaw, at Crab Orchard. Mrs. James Miller,' of the Horton place, was in Stanford shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Gill were called to Shelby City to see their daughter, Mrs. Matthew Rigsby, who is sick. The aged Mrs. Victoria Anderson is very sick at this writing. Miss Rinda Pettus is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. M. Pettus, near StanMr. and Mrs. F. F. Cummins visited Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Owens in the E22S5ZE&S5 Rubber Tirin am well equipped to do all kinds of Rubber Tiring at all times and the best of tires Cooper and Firestone prices $ 0 to $ 4. Work I ford. guaranteed. .: E. T. PENCE. REX COAL. Yes Indeed For Sale ONLY By Phone: Office 118 J; Residence 73. ::::::: 1 1 week. Miss Nellie Sanders of O. K., post bride was in Missouri last year visiting her sister-in-laThey are at office, has returned to her home after home to their many friends at Orrick, a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Mo., where they have gone to house- Calvin Greer. Mr. Ransom Roberts is at home afkeeping. 0. N. Cook, the book agent, whom ter having spent some time in Newwe mentioned in our correspondence castle, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bell spent Sunrecently as having borrowed a number of books which he had sold, has day with their son, William Bell and been located in Texas. One of his family, of Kings Mountain. Miss Warren has returned to her customers who had been filched of her copy, has lately been assured by home after spending the winter with Mr. Cook that he will return every Mr. and Mrs. Jaret Johnson. OF FINEf HORSE STOCK book borrowed. He says he has been very sick of pneumonia and grip and MONDAY. APRIL 10, 1916. had to go to a drier climate for his As Administrator of Carroll L. health. He strives to justify his conDudderar, deceased, I will sell at will be an uphill public auction to the highest and duct, but it w. . Canaan section. Sunday was Missionary Day at the Baptist church. A bad day, a small crowd present, but- - 'the class collections for missions were over eight dollars. Mr. Clarance Bogart, aged 26, of Liberty, Mo., and Miss Estella Arnold, 20, were united in marriage on the 14th in that city. Mrs. Bogart is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Arnold, and is conceded to be one of Preachersville's prettiest girls and is The young highly accomplished. people became acquainted when the Sunday week with W. F. Sims and wife. The Sunday school officers have Swamp-Roo- t, Dr. Kilmer's Prescrip- been installed and the same teachers tion, Overcomes Kidney Trouble. retained, with the exception of Mrs. J. C. Hundly as teacher of Class No. 3, and the appointment of It is now conceded by physicians trude Hundly as teacher Miss Gerfor this kidneys should have more class. that the attention as they control the other Mr. Calvin Greer and family, have organs to 'a remarkable degree and Smallwood do a tremendous amount) of work in moved to the Garfield removing the poisons and waste mat- farm, which Mrs. Greer's father reter from the system by filtering the cently purchased. blood. Mrs. Reynolds, mother of Mr. LuThe kidneys should receive some ther Reynolds, is quite sick at her assistance when needed. We take less home near Chestnut Ridge. exercise, drink less water, and often Mr. and Mrs. David Walls spent eat more rich, heavy fo6d, thereby Sunday week with Mr. and Mrs. forcing the kidneys to do more than Preston Hanin. nature intended. Evidence of kidney Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Perkins and trouble, such as lame back, annoying children, of Whitly City, visited over bladder troubles, smarting or burn- Sunday with the former's sister, ing, brick-duor sediment, sallow Mrsi A. W. Jones, and family. complexion, rheumatism, warns that Misses Selma and Zena Eubanks your kidneys require help immediate- and Mr. Lytt Webb, spent Sunday ly to avoid more serious trouble. last with' Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bell. An ideal herbal compound that has Misses Gertrude and Mae Hundly had most remarkable success as a kid- spent Saturday night with Misses ney and bladder remedy is Dr. Kil- Inez and Olive Williams. mer's Swamp Root. Ther is nothing Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Bennett and else like it. It is Dr. K Imer's pre- granddaughter, Margery Moms, scription used in privs.te practice spent Sunday wijh Mr. and Mrs. and it is sure' to benefit you. Get a Richard Webb. bottle from your druggis:. Mr. Jaret Johnson and family, However if you wish lirst to test spent Wednesday and Thursday with this great preparation ser d ten cents Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Reyto Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bjnghamton, nolds, who is very ill. N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writMr. and Mrs. H. Goff spent Suning be sure and mention the Stanford day with Mr. and Mrs. Arch Meade. Interior Journal. Miss Vesta Sims and Mrs. Verna Reynolds and baby, visited relatives at Waynesburg the early part of the Don't Neglect Kidneys XMXXMXMMXftMXMMMMMB X X X X X X X Why those Pains? g Here is a testimonial unsolicited my will it would be advertised on every street corner. The man or woman that has rheumatism and faih to keep and use Sloan's Liniment is like a drowning man refusing a lope." A. J. "an Dyke, Lakc-jsoo- d X "If I had x x Xn r i. t . Hi ii MS TC? M X X X if. J. st X SJia m VrTwmmWJM ntl M4. PS Sloan's Lmiment ir B ill l,J it Semi-Week- ly Mf HlKb HQjIbIPk i W hPi m&xm 7ftT wMi c . XXXXXXXXXXXXXXM y Sprain SoreusJIssw t or -- x? RKSUiiaTIsk M x X Ur V FOR BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING COUGH, CROUP, COUGHS AND COLDS Make the Best Remedy at Home 128 Teaspoonsful for 50 cents. fair a manner as the below named If everything was sold in as liberal and drug- PUBLIC SALE You Have Tried The Rest Now Try The Best It's Guaranteed To Be The Best Cook Stove Coal On Earth. best bidder at Nunnelley's Stock Pens in Stanford, Ky., beginning at 11 o'clock A. M.; on Parlor Grove The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Meade died Saturday and was buried Sunday afternoon in the cemetery here. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Baker spent N. W. FOWLE And His Agents. YOU SHOULD HAVE A BOTTLE OF : CRAB ORCHARD WATER Concen trated. in your home at all times. Get rid of the habit forming laxatives and cathartics. Break away from the patent medicine habit. Use Nature's own remedy for Stomach and Liver Trouble. Physicians, Nurses, Druggists people who know, use the mineral water treatment because it is the better, safer way. If you are subject to Stomach, Liver or Kidney Trouble send One Dollar today for a thirty day treatment of this famous water. It is sold under this guarantee: "If it doesn't help you when taken according to directions your money will be refunded." Send a dollar today for a bottle MINERAL WATER SALES COMPANY CRAB ORCHARD, KY. LIVERY AND AUTO SERVICE. new Cars and 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. We have just added to our Livery a Ford Auto. We are running two Ford and one Truck. We have good Horses Buggies, Surreys and Closed Carriage. MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1916, the following well bred horses: Rowland Peavine 6053, Chestnut Stallion, star and snip, foaled May 14, 1912; by Rex Pea-vin- e 1796, by Rex McDonald 833 by Rex Denmark 840; first dam Bour-bonis9297 (full sister to Bourbon's Best) by Bourbon Chief 976, by Harrison Chief 1606, by Clark Chief 89; second dam by Madison Square Garden champion Judy Oliver 6407, by Red Cloud by Indian Chief; third dam by Wilson's King; fourth dam by Sim's Clark Chief. Rowland Pea-vin- e stands 15.3 and weighs 1,100 pounds. He is a great individual and possesses much style and action. He is a magnificent young stallion. Bourboniste 9297 Chestnut mare, foaled 1907, by Bourbon Chief 976 and out of Judy Oliver 6407. She is a valuable ani mal and will prove lieT worth to the man who gets her. Her sire was by Harrison Chief 1606, he by Clark Chief 89, he by Mambrino Chief 11. Bourbon Chief's dam was Belle, by Latham's Denmark 69, he, by Washington Denmark 64. Judy Oliver, Bourboniste s dam was by Red Cloud 2197, he by Indian Chief 1718, he by Blood's Black Hawk. Her dam traces back to the Legrand strain on her grandam's side and to King 2196 and Harrison Chief 1606 on her grand-sire's side. Preston Gay, Bay colt, foaled May 10, 1914, sired by High Cloud, by Highland Gay, by Highland, Denmark. First dam Lucy Preston by Preston 922; second dam Nancy by On Time 745; third dam Ella P. by King William 67. Preston Gay has been driven to harness and shows lots of action and considerable speed. Here is a fine colt and a richly bred Denmark. Lucy P., 6190. ' By Preston 922, he by Washington Denmark 64, he by Cromwell 73, Preston's dam was Belle, by Roderick, he by Mambrino Legrand. Lucy P.'s dam was by On Time, he by Stonewall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark. Her dam was Nancy M., out of Ella P., by King William. She is a dark brown mare, foaled in 1903. A mare' of much style and worthy of te 1 I'M" WITHOUT A PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS CHAS. HART DENTIST A modern equipped office. Somno-foranesthesia and orthodontia a specialty. Phone 33, Hustonville, Ky. ' gists are selling Schiffmann's New Concentrated Expectorant, absolutely no cause for complaint or dissatisfaction could possibly arise from anyone. These druggists say "Buy a bottle of this remedy and try it for Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Severe Cough, Croup or any Bronchial Affection, and we will return your money, just the same as we do with Schiffmann's famous Asthmador, if it does not give satisfaction, or if not found the best remedy ever used for any of these complaints." Why not take advantage of this guarantee and try this medicine, and get your money back, rather than buying another purely on the exaggerated claims of its manufacturer or on the strength of testimonials from others and run the chance of getting something worthless and also wasting your money? In buying this remedy, besides securing an absolute guarantee of its efficiency from these druggists, you also get about eight times as much medicine as you would in buying most any of the ready-mad- e kinds, which average from 20 to 32 teaspoonsful, because 50c worth makes a whole pint (128 teaspoonsful) when mixed at home with simply one pint of sugar and one-hapint of water. This remedy positively does not contain chloroform.opium, morphine or any other narcotic It is pleasant to take and children are fond of it. You will be the sole judge, and under this positive guarantee absolutely no risk is run in buying this remedy. Druggists everywhere are authorized to sell it under the same guarantee as Schiffmann's famous Asthmador of "Money Back" if not perfectly satisfactory. R. J. Schiffmann, Proprietor, Saint Paul, Minn. Guaranteed here by THE LINCOLN PHARMACY. lf -- SEE- m T. W. PENNINGTON, DENTIST Myers House Flats Stanford, Ky. Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 1 You Pay For JESSE D. WEAKEN, THE INSURANCE MAN, One Every Year Why not have one this year? your reduced need for hay , bran and other expensive fodder, the improved condition of your 'cattle from silage feeding, against the cost of a silo and there is only one way to figure it You're Not Saving But Losing Money; J. B. PERKINS Rooms Phone 214 28-2- 9, Weigh your saving in corn, DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD, KY. TODAY About That Insurance. Better have a policy NOW than to have the neighbors say THEN, "He didn't have any insurance." W. W. BURGIN DENTIST Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at Stanford Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Crab Orchard by trying to do without a silo. ' HARRY JACOBS Dealer In Fine Monumental Work Cemetery Hill, Phone 164 Stanford, Ky. Closed on Saturday STANFORD, KY. And every year you hesitate mean9l a probably increased cost due to ad., vancing costs of lumber, metals antf labor. No better time than "right right here i now", no better place than at home to get that silo you need. , I astarofhofe" C0M-CEL-SA- R gS . &i QJ q The Great Stomach, Liver Kidney and Blood Remedy On Sale at All Drug Stores $1.00 FOR Let Us Prove It With Figures KENTUCKY SILO CO. c FOR SUFFERERS s get you highest prices for your land, stock, crops or household goods. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Moreland. Sales Cried Anywhere AUCTIONEERING W. P. Kincaid, Manger Kentucky THREE BOXES MASTERS & BOWYER G Masters; manager. THE BEST PLOW FOR THE FARMER, The Chattanooga Chilled Plow r Use it on Trial; if not Satisfactory, Come Back and Get Your Money. GEORGE H. FARRIS. T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Court-Hous- e, Have Some Fine Seed Corn, both White and. Yellow, and All Kinds of Garden Seeds, Rakes and Hoes. Phone No. 168. 4 i your consideration. . Jewel Eagle 4295 Jewel Eagle 4295 was foaled in 1900. She is a red bay, one hind foot white and stands 16 hands high. She is by Woods' Eagle Bird 1014, he by King Eagle 750 he by Black Eagle 74, he by King William 67. Woods' Eagle Bird's dam was by. Star Eagle, by Cabell's Lexington. Jewel Eagle was out of Mandy by Locic 917 by Stonewall Jackson, Jr., 847 by Stonewall Jackson 72. Mandy was out of a daughter of King William 67. This mare will have to be seen to be appreciated. Jessie- - Deane 4699, Foaled 1899; mahogany bay and a good one; sired by Dignity Dare 1982 he by Chester Dare 10, he by Black Squirrel 58, he by Black Eagle 74. Dignity Dare's dam was Lizziemont-bWelchmont by William Welch. Jessie eDane's dam was Lena by e Deahe's dam was Lena by Chief, and was out of a mare by Warren Harris' Denmark. She will bear close inspection and you should not overlook her in this sale. Yearling Filly By All Peavine 4092 and out of Bourboniste .9297. She is a light sorrel and of great promise. Handles herself nicely and is worthy of your attention. Her.breeding is all right and as an individual you can't beat her. At the same time and place I will sell three shares of stock in the American Saddle Horse Breeders' Association; one bike in good condition and a lot of harness, etc. Terms Cash in hand or good bankable note due in six months "bearing six per cent, interest. For particulars call on or address Pea-Jess- ie Pea-ridg- Call and investigate the merits and GRAY ENGINE SEE THIS ENGINE! price of the K. WARNER'S Plumbing, Tinning and Heating. Stanford E. Main St. Phone 188 W. at linn disease-producin- Stanford, - Makes Three Quarts of Medicine LASTS THREE MONTHS White's Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Concentrated Mineral Water a Panacea that most if np't ronic Physiological and Medical Scientists of renown express themselves as origin in, and should be reached curatively through, the Liver and incipient diseases have their or the Kidneys. These organs constitute the great cleansing and filtering systems of the human body or constipatwn prevails it must When they perform properly, all is well. On the other hand, if sickness Kidneys the seat of its origin: be reached for correction primarily, AND AT ONCE, through the Liver and variously the cause of every ill. g Microbes and toxines that are the breeding place of the all-ch- Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Buggies; Open Day and Night. Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Trial, We Will Please You. H. H. Carter, Manager. Phone 5. ' CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. Livery and Auto Service The Wisdom of Scientistsconvinced y 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 I represent 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, 1 will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples is now ready for your inspection. Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. made-to-order Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford affliction. White's Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Concentrated Mineral Water a Panacea s need-lesTo specify the numerous diseases curable by White's Crab Orchard Concentrated Mineral Water is " This water is a SPECIFIC (meaning an absolute) in the' light of what has been stated. AGENT FOR ALL Liver and Kidney difficulties; therefore, it .follows that it is practically a SYSTEM. This, then, involves diseases of the stomach; of the EVERY DISEASE OF THE HUMAN bowels; of the nerves; of the heart; of the lings; of the blood; of the muscles; of the bones and even of " ine SKin, etc. setting them When the Liver or Kidneys, therefore, are disordered, LOSE NOT A MOMENT'S TIME in not a drug right With White's Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Concentrated Mineral Water which is 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 avor of Crab Orchard Mineral Water which has the endorsement of the highest Medical Authorities. SOLD AT ALL DRUG STORES AT SO CENTS A BOTTLE. druggist hasn't it we will send a bottle on receipt of fifty (50) cent money order or in stamps. If your Adulterers and CounWe are the producers of this wonderful remedy, therefore beware of Adventurers, possess these marvelbuy only of the Druggists or Owners of these Original Springs which terfeiters and ous curative virtues. If You Value Health, Beware '.J Stanford, Kentucky. J. FOX DUDDERAR, Admr., Carroll L. Dudderar Stanford, Kentucky. White's Concentrated Crab Orchard Water & Salts Co. " , . CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY ' -- &t It. . , The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kenffucky: Friday, March 31, 1916 J! ., ?- - BMS. KSgi We save you all Agents', Dealers', Wholesalers' and Tobbers' profits and commissions we don't have traveling- salesmen to stop at expensive hotels, and travel around on high salaries. Our entire business is conducted by mail we have eliminated every extra and unnecessary expense. We are giving the vehicle buyers of this county the greatest values ever known. We manufacture right here in our own large factory as high grade vehicles as it is possible to produce and sell them to you at the wholesale price and save you all the "rake-off- " of the middlemen. o V to Q4 w-- Hi o - 3M iggram Here Is How Our Plan Hits the Middleman ft We have sold hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of vehicles and harness direct from factory to consumer, and every sale has been a clean - cut straight - from - the - shoulder SMASH between the eyes of some "middleman." We are sorry for this we regret that our pathway to success should be strewn with wrecked hopes and thwarted ambitions of those who have tried in vain to hold us back. Personally we have nothing against dealers, agents, jobbers, mail order catalog houses and other middlemen, who seek to gather t.vc cr three profits, where we are satisfied with one we are really sorry for them, because they are doing business in the wrong way. A vehicle or set of harness is never worth more than the factory price, and because we save you all thej, expense and profits of the middlemen, they should not grow peevish and throw things at Bohon, for neither I nor my customers and friends are to blame it is simply the law of supply and demand at work. Folks will buy where they can get the most for their money. That's the whole matter in a nutshell. Our plan hits the middleman, because the vehicle users of this country have made up their mind to do business on line from maker through travthe straight line from factory to user, rather thanpn the zig-za- g eling salesmen, jobbers, dealers, agents or catalog supply houses to user. Is there a reason? you must either pay three profits or one You must either buy directly or indirectly profit on your vehicles and harness. When a dealer buys a vehicle, he buys indirectly and absolutely must pay two or more profits before he takes the vehicle from the crate. Now, if you buy of a dealer, you must not only pay these two or three profits, but in addition, you must pay the dealer's profit and also his selling expense extra four profits in all. When you buy of us, you buy directly you pay one small profit. Our price to you is less than middlman dealers can buy vehicles for spot cash in carload lots. Don't let the get the facts, then decide. If you do this, throw dust in your eyes find out for yourself you will surely buy of Bohon and save agents', dealers', jobbers' and salesmen's commission. price-boosting Some people arc pretty hard to convince, especially when they don't want to be. Like the old backwoodsman on his first visit to the circus for instance. lie walked cautiou the tail fe! . around the giraffe, one side and down the other for abt,; .c minutes; then shifted his quid from one side of his mouth to the other, took off his glasses, wiped them carefully, and turning to the at- irl VS. W Read What Customers Say :- tendant said: " Huh ! There Ain't No Such Animal ! " That old fellow reminds mc of the people who say "Bohon has no factory; Bohon's vehicles lack quality ; made to sell, not to wear, - y James E. Gray, Waterford, Ky., says: ''My buggy arrived in Taylorsville safely and without being damaged in shipment. Now, I want to tell you I am well pleased with it. I am sure I could have purchased no such buggy of any other firm or factory for a price so reasonable. It is not only well made and stylish, but is a very comfortable one and there is no doubt in my mind but that it will prove to be what it is guaranteed to be. All of the neighbors and friends to whom I have shown the buggy agree with me that it is the greatest bargain, and L suspect it will onlf be a short time until you will have some orders from this part of the country. I am going to do" my best to advertise your splendid buggy, for I feel that you have proven a friend o me by sending such a buggy, therefore I shall encourage and make as many sales at possible to show my appreciation." T. C. Williams, McDonald, Tenn., writes: I received my buggy all O. K. and find it is a dandy one and everyone who has looked at it has passed a compliment on it. It is a well-buivehicle and I am well pleased with it. I hope that I may be th cause of your selling more in this country." lt etc." The only difference is that the old was trying to deceive himself he honestly thought his eyes were playing tricks while the follow who says, "Bohon does not make the highest grade vehicles in his own factory right here in Harrodsburg," is trying for a selfish purpose to deceive you. Don't let the dealer, agent or middleman throw dust in your eyes. Get the FACTS know for yourself, for any agent or dealer that tells you that we do not manufacture our vehicles right here in our own factory does so in order to sell you a vehicle and pocket a big profit. We have, here a factory equal in equipment to any vehicle factory in the United States BAR NONE. back-woodsm- an Sixty Days Free Road Trial Life Long Guarantee Backed by Our $30,000 Bank Bond " Every "Blue'" jvs solrt on CO Says' free road trial. We want you to try it as own- - submit to any test and then decide whether you want to keep it. Compare it closely vour point for point with other vehicles in your neighborhood, either in use or offered for sale, and if you are not lully convinced that we have lurnlsnea you tne Dest maae, tne nanasomest nnisnea, the easiest riding and the lightest running buggy you ever saw, and if you do not think that by if in fact, for any dealing direct with our factory you have saved at least $25.00 to $40.00 reason youNare not perfectly satisfied, and 11 the vehicle la not exactly as represemea ana in strict accordance wnn our claims we win tane it dsck ana stunu anyuie iusa. xj. after the trial you fceep it as we know you will you are absolutely protected against any loss or trouble resulting from defective material or workmanship for if ever at any time it matters not when, whether one, two, three, five or ten years any piece or part proves imperfect, we will replace or repair it free of charge. As an absolute protection to you; under this guarantee, we have deposited with the Mercer National Bank of this city, our legal binding'bond for $30,000, and if we ever make a claim under the guarantee that we did not carry out, vc can be made to forfeit this bond. Just stop and think what this means to buy a vehicle under a life-lonunlimited guarantee, backed by a bank bond. " If "we did not make as fine vehicles as it is possible to produce how could we make such an offer? -g, .' f & , Edward Thornton, Fox Chase, Philadelphia, Pa., eay: "I find my buggy sizes up to every feature you claim for it. It is very comfortable. I have ridden 25 mijes at a time with no fatigue. I was somewhat pessimistic and inclined to take some of your strong assertions with precaution, not having purchased many goods from corFrom your manly, advertisements. respondence, I was persuaded to send my order. I am fully convinced your method of doing business has been the Gecret of your Euccess, and when next in the market for a carriage the order is sure to go to you." A. F. Carpenter, Wolftown, Va., writes: 'I received my buggy the first of September. Since that time have given it a thorough road test and I find it exactly as you represented it to me. I am perfectly satisfied with it in every respect in fact, I have seen none that, equals it for a much higher price, and I feel I have value received for every cent of my investment." i Page Catalog Shows More Vehicle Styles Than You Can Find in 20 Dealers' Stores Our Large 208 i1 v' $ Edgar M. Hunt, Sandrs, Ky., ay3: "I like my buggy and harness fine. I like it better than any buggy I ever saw. Several people who have seenmy buggy talk like they would order a buggy from you in the spring. You can use my name in advertising if you wish to do so. Please send Mr. B. K. Davis a catalog of your buggies, as he asked me to write you for one." Emory M. McCord, Greenwood, S. C, writes: "We are more than pleased with the buggy you shipped us the first of June, and now it is December 6th, and every one who sees it wants to know-wherwe got it. We have had a good many to ask how much we paid for it and they seem to be more than surprised at the price paid for such a pretty buggy. A friend bought a new buggy after we got ours and paid $115.00 for it without harness. When wo get ready for another new buggy we will not think of buying from anyone but you. I am sending you names of friends. I do hope you will be able to sell each a new buggy." Marcus A. Whisler, Jamestowa, Ind., says: "Buggy and set of driving harness received the 17th. Am well satisfied with both and must say that the harness and buggy are certainly made with great care, both workmanship and selection of material, I would like for your painter to send me some brown paint, just a very small amount to apply to a few places I notice have been marked by shipping. Any time I can be the cause of an order being sent you by my friends, I will consider I have helped both them and yourself." Lawrence Melugin, R. F. D. No. 1, Reeds, Mo., writes: "I am mailing you a picture of myself, horse and buggy which I bought from you some time ago. It isn't a very good picture,, but maybe it will give you an idea. You never mind what the pictures cost for I think, vou have done me enough favors and gave me such a good bargain on that rig that the pictures shall not cost you anything.. I am not in the habit of bragging on anyone, but I will when it is worth while." OUR LARGE MODERN FAGTORY as any Our large, modern factory is just as in the United States. We have every facility for manufacturing high-grad- e vehicles at the lowest cost of production. Please don't confuse our factory "with some of the small repair shops here in Central Kentucky that possibly assemble one hundred vehicles in the course of a year, for we manufacture them by the thousands and sell them all over the United States, as well as in many maforeign countries. We have every new labor-savin-g We have chine, every practical arrangement known here as fine a collection of vehicle builders as was ever gotten together by any firm anywhere. They are men of up-to-da- te J- - ,. r t experience and ability, clean, moral and conscientious -they are men who like their work. Visit our office and factory if you can, and see for yourself how Bohon- vehicles are made. Our factory is of personal and vital interest to you and every other vehicle user who wants to know the facts about why and how Bohon makes the best style vehicles, maintains the very highest quality and undersells the world. If every vehicle user in Kentucky really knew the truth and facts about the wonderful values we give in spite of our already tremendous we would have to increase our factory, at business to fifteen times in order to supply the demand. least ten - I '4. Gome to See Us -- Visit Us at Our Factory ss BOHON'S "bue crasbuggjes I J ff Why not make us a visit? Come to Harrodsburg and see for material look our factory over. . Examine the high-grad- e yourself factory from end to end and see our use go through our model skilled mechanics turning out as fine vehicles vast force of high-claas are being made in the world. If you can't come, send a postal today doubt it is the finest book on vefor our large free catalog. Withoutto hicles everlssued, and we want you have a copy. It shows views of construction and our superior equipment it shows in colors how our vehicles are painted and upholstered and has more styles than you :will find in twenty dealers' stores. Here is a picture of the cover - ' V COMPANY , Harrodsburg, Ky SD.TOHON - Our Large Factory With Aiiniii'l Capacity of 2,m Finished Vehicles. of thiscatalocr. puband harness catalog It is the most elaborate vehicle harness encyclopedia. everpostal A lished ' it is a regular vehicle and card with your name on it will bring you this book by return mail with all postage paid. This Catalog U Free Foe the Asking. r x t. L ?M t ' r. h i . - 4 4 'X