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U' V '" " i "' 7 Tuesdays and Fridays VILLA MAKES HIS ESCAPE Established 1860. 57th Year- .- No. 27 $2,000 EXTRA FOR LINCOLN TlIElNTIOR Journal Stanford, Lincoln (Eounty, Kentucky, Tuesday, April 4, 1916 LOOKS GOOD STANFORD'S YOUNGSTER FINE FOR THE FARMERS REPRESENTATION YOUNGSTERS ROB POST-OFFIC- E Lancaster i Tn J re'" ; t At TcMtRament in Lexington To Be At Keavy, Laurel County, and Face Mr. A. T. Scott has purchased the fecided Friday Night. Long Terms In Prison. general merchandise store of his brother, Mr. T. M. Scott at Buena Vista. A dispatch from London, Laurel The Stanford High School base ball The Transylvania Glee Club gave After Uncle Sam's Soldiers Defeat Thjeffunior Oratorical contest was Farmers and stock raisers are all Road Fund Available from State-Ai- d delighted with the way the stock team opened the season here last Fri- held !priday evening in the high county, Tuesday said: Dingley Tay- a good entertainment here on ThursLarger Force of Bandits Near markets have been keeping up in day afternoon most auspiciously by scnooigsuaitorium. a gooa crowa lor, 15 years old; Alex Taylor, 12 day evening in the school auditorium. Suggestions of Commission Mr. John L. Anderson, of WashingA review of last week's defeating the crack nine from the wasjpjrffijfent and all the program was years old, and Russell Eaton 15 years prices. San Geronimo Last Week for Bond Money. markets sent out from Chicago early Hustonville High School by a score veryMeditably rendered. The win- old, were tried before United States ton, D. C, was called here by the of 9 to 8. In winning this game, ners fbjrche boys were, Joseph Bal-lo- Commissioner George C. Moore Mon- sad and tragical death of his brother, this week had this to say: Officers at army headquarters at All stock yard values are being Stanford uncovered a recruit pitcher $r$first, who recited "Educa- day on a charge of having broken the late Dave Anderson. Coiintv Road Engineer McKee at Keavy, Laurel Relatives here received the infor- San Antonio, Tex., are convinced high lev- who bids fair to fill well the shoes of tion. !aBdjlthe .Farmer," and George into the post-offiAttorney W. S. maintained at phenomenally pinna- the famous slabmen of the past, who Hiffe and County FleeceWitriSf second, who gave the county, March 7, and stolen $109 mation of the death of Mr. James that Villa has escaped from the reels. Cattle are selling the Burch were in Frankfort late last cle of the year and someatgrades have won fame and glory for the' old team. reading mciency." Uoth of these postal and money order funds. They Murphy, a former resident of Gar- gion where Gen. Pershing's forces week conferring with State Road never realized as much money pre- The youngster is Will Reinhart, who boys'tdel ed their pieces in a way were held over for final trial at Rich- rard, at his home in Topla, Kansas. are searching for him. Information Commissioner R. C. Terrell in re- viously. Ten-dollprediction has has just graduated from the kid whicltlshc ed that they had been mond April 25. The boys, who have He leaves six children and a sister, was received at El Paso to the effect . state-ai- d funds f gard to the amount of that the bandit, unwounded and acThe winners among been in jail since March 12, failed to Mrs. Harrison Ray, of Buckeye. been redeemed and a large propor- teams but showed that he has a world welFIt ." which are due Lincoln county for tion of the steer crop has sold at of stuff on the ball and that all he ft-SDr. J. M. Casey and wife will go companied by only eight men, was e, Eddie Bruce Baugh- - execute bond and were returned to 3 the past year. At that, conference $9 9.75 than during any previous needs is a little experience to make mam ;"Tfl ight on Dead Man's jail. They made a complete confes- to Danville to live. He will take up fifty miles south of Chihuahua City with the state department head, they March. d Adelaide Proctor, "In sion, officers said, and have returned the practice of his father, Dr. H. L. three days ago and that he was leadhim able to hold his own in any coma received the gratifying news that Hospital," second, to Postmaster John Storm $55 of the Casey, who is with the U. b. troops ing his pursuers by sixty miles. A Hogs have reacted close to the high pany. With a little better support theChW contemplated larger sum than at first Lincoln coun- point of the year, Canadian packers the kid would have made a much bet- These" report from Pershing to Gen. Fun-sto- n la'dies were in every money, the remainder having been in Mexico. will be apportioned to ;he boys and they all spent, they said. The Study Class of the C. W. B. Dingley Taylor, made no reference to reports of paying $10.10 for bacon stuff last ter showing on the occasion of his way3 up ty than was first estimated by the week, while sales below $9.75 have debut, but it was the first game of showisd l ey were well worthy said to be the leader, has been in M., met at the home of Mrs. F. M. an encounter between American restate department. Instead of forces and the bandits given in press aced upon them. The jail several times during the past two Tinder on Stanford street. been very few. Lambs crawled up the season and the boys need a game of theXl ceiving 9,000, Lincoln will receive close to the $12 mark last week, or two under their belts to put them school vi Miss Estella Arnold, a daughter of dispatches earlier in the day. A rethe town feels iust- - years. They entered the building, ofbe S11,000. The extra $2,000 will ex- $11.90, a record price having been in first class trim. That the first vic- ly projij speakers, as they ficers say, through a window, .after Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Arnold, of the port several days ago of a fight bean received as Lincoln's part of by rea- paid light stuff from Colorado feed-lot- s. tory did them lots ot good was dem- are as i an be found almost taking out the glass. Neither of the Preachersville section, and Mr. Clar- tween forces of Gen. Cano and Villa tra fund which accumulated pdges of the recital boys has living parents. They have ence Bogaert, of Liberty, Mo., were supporters indicates that he has not An acute scarcity of aged onstrated the next day when the lo- anywhem: son of the fact that a' number of sheep has developed, carload lots of cal lads went to Danville and de- were, 'MrJ revolted. Todd, Mrs. T. J been outcasts for some time, sleep- united in marriage. state-ai- d counties which had applied for Mr. John Teater, of Gunn's Chaping in barns and other outbuildings. Will Shanks. or ewes being rare, .hven feated the strong team of the Schoolr, wethers Villa's force, estimated at 500, did not meet the requirements of at this basis trade appears healthy for the Deaf by 12 to 6. Steve st will decide who They boast of the job they did and el, had the misfortune to have his severely defeated at Guerrero was xneset on regarding the securing of the and killers are constantly compelled the law residence, to gether with the contents March 29 by Col. Dodd, commanding a veteran and John Cash, a will reprel hool at the tour- - appear perfectly satisfied in jail. was left state funds, so that a surplus counties to aid their needs. go up in flames. As a high wind was one column of the American expediyoungster catcher, were the battery namentftc-fLexington about to be divided among the to May. Miss Es- - STUDEBAKER AGENCY HERE. raging it was found impossible to tionary force, according to a report A year ago cattle selling above $8 used against the Deaf boys. Young the mfd3lVt the the law which followed out head of this de- were regarded as specialties and Snoonamore, who caught Reinhart ther Burch") from Gen. Pershing to Gen. Funston, The Bailey Garage Company, of save anything. letter. Lincoln county was one of packers had access to acres of $7 Friday showed that he has the mak- partment? The Chautauqua Circle held their sent from the San Geronimo ranch. tys that some of Stanford, was appointed local agent this extra fund these, and her part of given in Stan- - for the celebrated Studebaker auto- last meeting at' the home of Misses The Villa losses were placed at 30 7.75 steers. Such weighty bullocks ing of a first class backstop and like the best rss will be about $2,000, the State Com- as are now in demand at $9.75 were his pitching partner will improve as ford Sanj this time. The mobile last week, and just to show Martha and Helen Gill. killed and the American four woundmissioner informed the local men. then hard to move at $7.75. Hogs the season gets older. The Rev. W. M. Eldridge of Paint ed. Among the Villa wounded was contest are, the factory that they are always on entries fc course, it is required that Lin- were then selling largely at $6.60 Of McMullin, twirled a careful game Misses Ka mEm eny, Margaret the job whether it be the sale of a Lick, will preach the opening sermon an officer named Lopez, who Gen. coln county put up a like sum d to 6.75, the top being 6.95. Lambs were for Hustonville, and might have won Shanks, itt and Ger- - tire or car, this hustling firm, im- at the Presbyterian church in Per- - Pershing thought might be Pablo Lomeet dollar for dollar the state-aiirls; Clarence mediately made the sale of a 1917 ryville, at the Transylvania Presby- pez, who led the band that murdered high at $9.90 and a $10 it, with decent support. The West trude Gaift money, and it is expected that every considered nd Matheny model to R. L. Collier, of Crab Or- tery, which will convene at that place 17 Americans at Santa Ysabel and aftop was heralded far and wide, .bat End boys, however, booted away the Singletons una 1 be effort will be made to ao so, asfund sheep sold at $7.75 against $9.25 at game behind him time after time. The ;rom the free for chard. Mr. Collier, who was in town for a three days' session, beginning terwards was erroneously reported" extra $2,000 from the state roads present. Just six years ago, on a game was very ragged on both sides all, and ed to come Monday said that he had driven two April 18th. killed in the fight ac Columbus. Gen. will go far toward improving Miss Irene Aldridge of this place, Eliseo Fernandez was among the i: semi-famisupply, hogs sold up to for that matter, and the next meetr out. other models of Studebakers and that m. in the county. . of Gardroves at ing of these two teams with the $11.20, cost of it was the greatest car he had ever was chosen county director Conven- Villa dead. None of the Americans Considerable talk is being heard that time figuringpackers' $11. That same men at the points ought to be rard county at the District around 4MADISON wounded was seriously injured. OIL S seen. of the road bond question which will market was made on the smallest, re- considerably better from many viewfUri tion of the Christian Endeavorers, was not present. Gen. Pershing Villa said vote in Lincoln on May 13. come to a held in Stanford. ceipts in a quarter of a century, points. The line-u- p of the two teams rw:ii. 1 that what cek In Berea PHONE RATES RAISED The suggestion has been made by of- while the present $10 trade has been was as follows: Beagle, Mrs. Beagle and tion of the was regardedheas confirmaRev. J. report that The Bastin Telephone Company, of daughters.W. was sufferSect! ficials and others that in order to give possible on the heaviest run in trade Stanford Misses Viola, Jessie and ?y?fiyootX' Hustonville Lancaster, in consequence of having Mabel Beagle, late of Hustonville, ing from a broken leg had been reassurance the taxpayers complete Mjcj ...cf. Shanks Barnett history. a new metallic a The-d- is that every safeguard will be thrown r.fof6ipiear Duluth, installed$6,000, has raised system at to motored to Lancaster for a short vis- ceived. His exact whereabouts had Bell If J. Embry not been learned. money the rates in the so about the expenditure of their Madison cost ofper Mrs. J. F. Holtzclaw, 'fMrrt?sS H. Riffe 3b it to Perkins COLORED COMMENCEMENT. Col. Dodd led his Seventh and $1.50 month and $2 per month beforeMr. and to their new home in $200,000 bonds in ;aTjfo?iihmBate if they vote the going ss Gover J. Riffe county, hal Vis beingJsMfop results. for business phones. When the old Tenth Cavalry in a smashing ride may Commencement of the The near the ground-wir- e the election, the Fiscal Court re- Coloredannual School of Stanford will S. Embry Murphy A drilling-- : lb from the north system was installed at Georgetown. High take advantage of the act of the The Woman's Club held their when he learned toward Guerrero 2b Hill ..... Barker Big IJill pffcmcejffle head of SI per month there were not more of the presence beginning with exRedlicTc Ce"abftt)3)fei:5niles east cent legislature which gives to Fiscal be held this week Vf doll x. XVccu than forty phones connected thru the weekly meeting Friday afternoon in there of the Villa force, covering 55 to appoint a com- ercises tonight at the colored Chris- Farmer Courts the right anil 'drilferSqlkbe started exchange, Mrs. Joe E. RobBartley of Berea, ;Si'3iJjj1wiY.:ij .rf i but no'w the Lancaster the Club Rooms. of the meeting,, miles in 17 hours. Gen. Pershing mission of private citizens to act tian church, the baccalaureate ser- Spoonamore inson had charge c Conway said he arrived there at 6 o'clock, company has a connection of more with the court in planning the distri- mon having been delivered at the Reinhart with American Pottery and Ceramic going into action immediately. It McMullin p than 600 phones. of the bond funds, if voted, Baptist church Sunday afternoon by bution Art, as her subject. was a complete surprise upon the roads. The act .of the leg- Rev. C. W. Allison. There are only and black The remains of Mrs. Mary Blake-ma- force, which had entered to the aVilla celinto CHURCH BURNS AT LONpON which makes this provision three graduates this year, yet the News of tli 2 Churches the ClihnjmeWqn'qfflf.which the News was received here from Lonislature who died at her home in Jessa- ebration of its victory over the Car-ranpowers of such com- school year under Prof. E. Coleman sets forth the here for oilis?fo.dJrvineipamediate- - don Monday that the Methodist mine county, were brought cemetery. garrison the day before. Soon has been- a most successful one. The mission, etc., and reads as follows: interment in the Lancaster The C. W. B. M. will meet at the church there was destroyed by fire The deceased was formerly Miss after the action began the Mexicans Courts of graduates are Ophelia E. Logan, JoAn Act to enable Fiscal were breaking for cover. For 10 Sunday night about eight o'clock or county. any county to select commissioners sephine S. Bright, and Virgie V. home of Mrs. T. A. Rice, Wednesday shortly after the evening services Mary Anderson of this died at his miles the running fight that .1 began handling the pro- Wood. The class colors are blue and afternoon at 2:30. ng, for the purpose of issue voted by the old gold and the class flower a Mare-schMr. J. C. Kucker. who 11 AM AML A A n J The Beulah Walker Circle meeting ceeds of any bond Jsurfactf in had been concluded. No details had home in Paint Uck, after a general "4 &n SSdivMin 0 been received here, of the fire except decline of paralysis, was a resident roads Neil rose. The exercises at the which was to have been held with county to build or reconstruct .H&SS,Christian church tonight will be by Mrs, Walter- L--. Jones last Saturday",'! The test-t- b be made' in Kedlick that the building was a total loss. of Lancaster'for several years. The the retreating force into numerous and bridges. small bodies made pursuit impossible. Be it Enacted by ilie General Assem- the Intermediate and Primary, de- was postponed until Saturday, April Greek will, be watched, closely by oil The structure was. a new one and the body was brought here for inter- Col. Dodd reported that he had capdedicatory services had not yet been ment. The deceased was long a deCommonwealth of Ken- - partments. Formal exercises will be 15. bly of the operatorstmany of whom have re- held. tured two machine guns and a conevening at the opheld Wednesday Presbyterian Sunday, garded that section very highly and Church: voted member of the Methodist siderable number of saddles and ri1, That the Fiscal Court of any era house, and the following will be April 9, will be Communion Sunday. have large holdings surrounding the church, having joined at the early fles. The fleeing FARMER JONES county in the Commonwealth may, the program: Service preparatory to the Commun- drilling site. The new field lies in age of 18 years. Besides his wife, several Carranza bandits left behind soldiers, who said Miss Elizabeth Farmer, the attrac- he is survived by five daughters, and appoint four Part ion on Wednesday evening, if it so desires, select or who shall be Chorus Amoroso I line with the oil at Ragland, .7:30 they had been held for execution. Boex o'clock. All members urgedatto be Menefee and Irvine, in the northeast, tive daughter of James Farmer and four sons. or more commissioners They were released. a well known Rev. A. L. Caulder present and all others invited. and legal voters and res- Invocation Miss Mayme Lee Ballard is at home and the Wayne County fields to the Robert G. Jones, Stanford, wereyoung as a Chorus "In Our Boat" marbusiness man of Johns idents of said county, to act The Woman's Missionary Union southwest, all of which have exceed- ried at the home of Rev. Joseph Bal-lo- u after a visit of several weeks to Mrs. LATEST WAR NEWS Willie M. Helm "W. T. Woolfolk and daughters in Road Commission in the handling of expectations of the parties ed on the Danville pike, Sunday af- Lexington. "The Seven Worlds" Conference of the South Ky. Asso- who the Enemy warships or mines caused any funds derived from the sale of Oration brought in the first ternoon. Both Girls ciation, will be held at McKinney, wells. originally of the young people bonds authorized and voted by the Drill and Pantomime Mr. I. M. Shelby, of Chicago, is a the loss of 38 British ships and the Saturday, April 15th. The program buildare very popular with their friends guest at Hotel Kengarlan. He is loss of 124 lives during March. Part II said county for the purpose of will be interesting and every woman who will extend heartiest congratula- trying to get Garrard county farmers "Little Grey Mother" in the association is requested Berlin claims that all French posiing and reconstructing roads and Solo to atVirgie V. Wood General News Notes tions and good wishes. bridges; and which commissioners interested in cultivated hemp seed, tions north of Forges Brook, northtend if possible. We will have with "The Force of Character" shall be equally divided between the Oration and he furnishes a superior quality east of Verdun, are in German hands us Dr. and Mrs. E. G. MacLean, reOphelia E. Logan H. Mrs. dominant political parties of the and that Germans are now engaged two of the imported seed. turned missionaries from Africa, and home in Charles late Wood died at her Gap Mason's "Work While It Is Day" Boyle county. Said commissioners shall be Oration last week. The men's choir had charge of the in shelling in Bourrus Wood, five Miss Mattie Wilson, field worker for Josephine S. Bright Robert Burns 'Wilson, Kentucky selected at least fifteen days beforen Little Lunette Hurst spent Sunday musical program at the Bible school miles northeast of the fortress. on the ques-tm- Solo "When I Dream in the Gloam the W. M. U. of Ky., who will give poet and artist, formerly of Frank- with her cousins, the Misses Miracle. on Sunday morning. A British official statement says the date of the election interesting addresses. Miss Wilson ing of You," Mabel Farmer of the bond issue, and their Mr. Harry Tomlmson lias purchas- that in the German air raid over Mrs. Linda Hoskins and pretty litwill speak in the morning, and Mrs. fort, is dead in New York. president Dr. James B. Angell, names published in some newspaper Oration "Persistency and Persever- MacLean in the afternoon. Dr. Mac-Lea- n tle son, of Pineville, are with her ed the interest of Alex Doty in the Scotland ten persons were killed and ance the Secret of Success" University, parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Hurst, popular firm of Davidson and Doty. eleven injured. Dunkirk was also visof general circulation in the county; will speak to both men and wo- emeritus of Michigan Virgie V. Wood died at Ann Arbor. Miss Bessie Prather, who has been ited by German aeroplanes with two and if none, by three printed notices for a few weeks. door Duet "Two Forest Nymphs" men that night at 7:30 o'clock. He one at the court-hous- e relatives and reported killed. A shortage of $3,000 has been disposted, Mrs. Anna Davis and little daugh- visitine: Lancaster will also preach on Sunday morning, The Turkish War Omce reports the and the other two at prominent Mabel Farmer, Josephine S. Bright the 16th, at 11 o'clock, and Mrs. Mac-Lea- n covered in the Catlettsburg National ter, Katherine, were the welcome friends, will leave next week for a Address "The Building of National Bank. The shortage is covered by guests of her parents over Sunday. stay with here sister, Mrs. James sinking of a Russian transport with places in the county. and Miss Wilson will speak to Character." Rev. O. E. Jones, indemnity bond. Provided however that in any countroops on board by a Turkish submaWe are pleased to be able to state Stacn. of Lexinsrton. the women again in the afternoon at an By majority of 71 Corbin voted D. D., Lexington, Ky. already voted a bond isa ty that has Mrs. Emma Higginbotham is visit- rine in the Black Sea. that Mrs. E. L. Miracle is out again Everyone should hear them. "Love's Spring Tide" 2:30. ing her sister, Mrs. A. T. Traylor in sue or shall vote a bond issue before Solo Miss Ophelia D. Mobley, Superintend to abolish the old city school system after a long illness. Mrs. Joe A. Gaines effect, and the bonds and to install a graded common A MISSOURI OBITUARY this act takes Misses Florence Burk and Ida Aus- Stanford. ent. Presentation of Diplomas school system. Mr. Cyrus Eason, a former resiHere is the kind of an obituary voted have not been issued or sold tin spent Saturday night with Miss PfielJ Dr, Arthur Warren Waite, accused Cordie D. Miracle. the Fiscal Courc mr.y elect to take Chorus "Still Is the Lake" dent the greater part of his life, died that a Missouri editor puts up for a a. advantage of the provisions of this Benediction....Rev. J. M. D. Thurman UNDERTAKING IN WEST END. of the murder of his wealthy father-in-laman: "Poor Jim Brown slung his Mr. Loyd Kirkpatrick was the quite suddenly at his home near W. H. Lair, the well known meract, and may appoint commissioners John E. Peck, may be placed guest of little Otto and Lincoln The remains were brought here earthly garments on a limb and swam chant and business man of Huston- on trial this month. RECITAL AT HUSTONVILLE. herein provided for at any time with Hurst the past week. and interred in the Lancaster ceme- the river yesterday. He didn't stand The Music Department of the ville, has bought out S. K. Walker's out advertisement." It is tipped from Frankfort that Miss Frona Robbins spent one tery. The deceased was 70 years old back because the water was cold, but plunged right in, rose up smiling, 2. That in the event that the Fis- Hustonville Graded and High School undertaking business there in part- the Workmen's Compensation Board night recently with her uncle and and is survived by his wife. cal Court of any county does select will give a recital in the school build- nership with J. L. Beazley, of this will consist of Richard Thomas, Kobt. aunt.. Mr. A. B. Bourne of this city, was struck out for the other shore where Mrs. Mary B. Davis was out this called to Harrodsburg the past week the angels were awaiting him with or appoint commissioners as afore- ing at 8 o'clock Saturday evening, city, who will do his embalming T. Caldwell and S. W. Hager. said that their duties in so far as the April 8. Everyone is invited to come. work, etc., is prepared to take care The New England Southern Con- week visiting her parents, Mr. and by the sudden death of his brother, a finer suit than he had ever worn in 27-of the demands in this line in the ference of the Methodist Episcopal Mrs. H. C. Hurst. building and reconstruction and des- Small admission. Mr. Jacob C. Bourne. The deceased his life. Jim was a poor man but he West End. Mr. Lair will carry a full Church went on record as favoring ignation of roads to be built with the Misses Ida and Verna Austin spent was 80 years old, and besides his wife had his subscription to the home paline of caskets, robes, and all under- the licensing of women to preach. Thursday night with Miss Florence and four children, he leaves two per paid up and he has gone to proceeds of the bond issue shall be Preachersville takers' supplies, phone 48, Hustonglory." Dade County (Mo.) Advoidentical with those now exercised brothers and a sister. Rodman Wanamaker's attempt to Burke. ' 26-- 2 ville, Ky. . Mrs. E. L. Miracle was the pleasby the Fiscal Court. Miss Carrie Miller, is at home af- cate. cross the Atlantic in an aeroplane is Miss Mamie Holtzclaw visited Miss 3. That before entering upon the to be renewed in a specially designed ant visitor of Mrs. J. B. Robbins ter a protracted visit to her sisters in Friday. discharge of their duties said com- Essie Ballard in the Canaan section. Told That There Was No Cure for aircraft. NEW STYLE FORD HERE. West Virginia. Messrs. Edgar Holtzclaw and "LitOne of the niftiest Ford cars ever Miss Elizabeth Davis was out last. Mrs. Jennie Greene, of Detroit, missioners shall each give a good and two residences Two stores and Him. on Mrs. sufficient bond, approved by the tle" Henry Lunsford have gone to Michigan, is here for a visit to Gar- seen in this section was brought to were destroyed by fire at Glendale, week, calling Hoskins, H. C. Hurst. county, for the Hamilton, Ohio, in search of employ"After suffering for over 20 years Harlan county, early Sunday morncounty judge of the town Saturday by Local Agent HenMr. A. B. of the Greasy rard relatives. with indigestion and having some of ing, resulting in $33,000 loss, with Ridge section, was down to see Mr. Mr. Arthur Joseph has severed his ry C. Anderson. It is a Ford cabrifaithful discharge of their duties, and ment. E. L. Miracle Sunday. connection with the Joseph Mercan- olet, with a closed top effect, and is that the said commissioners shall be In the recent selection of theHon. the best doctors here tell me there $15,875 insurance. Danallowed a reasonable sum for their David R. Francis, of St. Louis, as was no cure for me, I think it only It is reported that little Robert tile Company, and will go to Push-i- n very popular for bad weather driving. Students studying for the ministry Davis is very ill at this writing. Mr. Anderson has recently delivered ville and be associated with the services by the fiscal court,, to be Ambassador to Russia, Richmond right to tell you for the sake of othMr. and Mrs. A. L. Thompson Brothers. He will have charge Ford touring cars to T. D. Newland, paid by the fiscal court out of the grows boastful. Preaehersville, too, er sufferers as well as your own sat- who use tobacco will be denied all county levy for road and bridge pur- can put up a modest- claim since his isfaction that a 25 cent, bottle of scholarship privileges, according to were out to see Mr. and Mrs. J. L. of the ladies department in this large J. W. Rochester, of Stanford and M. father, the late Mr. John B. Francis, Chamberlain's Tablets not only re- announcement made bv the faculty Robbins .Sunday. L. Marcum, near Moreland store. poses. Rev. George Hasty will continue to Mrs. Curry Robnson has been in 4. That further, commissioners at one time owned the Horton place lieved me but cured me within two of the College of the Bible of TranNEW SALEM hold services at the hospitable home Nicholasville visiting her parents, Mr. appointed under this act shall per- where old Kentucky hospitality was months although I am a man of 65 sylvania College at Lexington. dispensed and the young son, David years," writes Jul. Grobien, Houston, Miss Sallie Martin is visiting her Searchers for the body of Samuel of E. L. Miracle the first Sunday in and Mrs. George Lyne. form their duties subject to the Mr. Mathain Shelton and Miss Hes- sister, Mrs. Vada Nunnelley, at Mcthe State Road Commis- from St Louis, was frequently num- Texas. Obtainable everywhere. W. Bedford, missing Lexington in- each month at 1 o'clock p. m. Evter Lamb were united in marriage at Kinney. surance man, who is believed to have eryone is cordially invited to come. sioner of the State Road Department, bered among the guests. Mr. Wm. Mr. Oscar McGuffey has returned Mr. James Greene of Neal's Creek the home of the bride at Cartersville. met with foul play six weeks ago should the county so voting bonds Pettus, the druggist, of Crab Orchard D. A. R. HELPING BELGIANS. The Buena Vista consolidated home from Indianapolis. near High Bridge, were fired upon was in this community Wednesday take advantage of State aid or re- and Mrs. James F. Cummins, of At a special Mr. Major and Emmet Estes have school is arranging an interesting proceive funds from the State of Ken- Bellevue, Ky., late of Stanford, are noon the Logan-Whitle- ymeeting this after- from ambush by unknown persons on business. chapter of while a search was being conducted first cousins of the eminent St. The Bac- gone to Illinois for a few months Mr. E. L. Miracle was out this gram for commencement. tucky in building public highways. the D. A. R., of Stanford, will take 5. Emergency clause. And where- Louisan. on the Mercer county side of the week to see Mr. Charles Daugherty, calaureate sermon was held Sunday, stay. Woodson Carpenter has had a bad up the matter of raising a fund here Kentucky River- - in the vicinity of who is reported to be some better. Miss Liza Estes was the guest of to be followed by appropriate exeras, there are a number of counties Belfor the benefit Miss Darling Daugherty Wednesday.. cises through out the week. in the state which desire to take ad- time with his ear lately. While at gians. The D. of the destitute the the bridge. Officers are investigating A. R.'s all Miss Beulah Estes was in HustonTHE I. J. AT CRAB ORCHARD. H. Clay Kauffman, Garrard's popvantage of the State Aid Law, and work handling brush, a twig fell back country are now interested over this the reports of the shooting. in and struck him in the ear bursting desire to hold elections under this Mrs. Bettie Buchanan, who has ular young representative, enter- ville this week having dental work the murder of Mystery surrounds act, an emergency is declared to exist the ear drum. We sympathize with work and the local chapter has been Mrs. Hary Fanny Brookbank, weal- been the I. J.'s efficient correspond- tained a few friends at a course din- done. the young man in his loss. He has asked to the Mr. Carl Smith and family have for the passage of this law and this thy religious recluse, whose bodv was ent at Crab Orchard, for several ner. The following were uponHar- moved into Jason Austin's house. We represent this invitation list: Judge Charles shall take effect upon its passage had an injury to the other ear some law found early Sunday, partly hidden in years, has arranged to Splendid for Rheumatism time ago and this will make it a seand approval by the Governor. closet at her lonely home. paper for the collection of subscrip- din, Editor R. L. Elkin, Dr. William are glad to have them in this coma stairway vere hardship. "I think Chamberlain's Liniment is Jeffersonville, Indiana. It is 'not tion and other accounts and will like- Elliott, and Attorney J. E. Robinson. munity. in Mrs. Sarah Walls is visiting her" Should Not Feel Discouraged just splendid, for rheumatism,!,' known when the murder was com- wise take orders for advertising and The following Lancastrians werethe son at Junction City. Lexington last week to witness So many people troubled with inChamberlain's Cough Remedy writes Mrs. Dunburgh, Eldridge, N. mitted .and 'no. "clew as to the identi- printing of all sorts. In the future "The Birth of a Miss Cqrdia Linthecum visited Miss digestion and constipation have been From a small beginning the sale Y. "It has been used by myself and ty of her assailant was found. TXSfr the I. J. will not be sent unless pay- thrilling photo-pla- y, benefited by talcing Chamberlain's and use of this remedy has. extended other members- of my family time believed, a hatchet was used to crm ment of subscription is made in ad- Nation:" Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Stella Griffin Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Edgar Smith is working at Tablets that no one should feel dis- to all parts of the United States and and time again during, the past six Ker .skull- - Robbery was advanced vance for a year, so that its host of Haselden, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. couraged who has not given them a to many foreign countries. When you years and has always, given the best as the motive for the prime. readers in the East, End should see Haselden. Mr. Joel Walker, Jr., Miss Danville. Mr. Sam Estes has returned home trial. They contain no pepsin or have heed of such a medicine give J of satisfaction." The quick .relief Mrs. Buchanan at once and keep Elsie Morrow, Miss Mary Doty, Mes- other digestive ferments but strength- thamberiain s uough Kemedy a trial from pain which Chamberlain's' Lin? Governor W.- P. their subscriptions paid up so as not dames J. E. Stormes, u. D. Kobm after a short stay in Indianapolis.. Miss Maud Sims and Miss Beulah en the stomach and enable it to per- and you will understand why it has iment affords is' alone ..worth, many TfeoiW and wife celebrated the fif- lto miss an ham, for all papers, will sdn, W. R. Cook. W. A. Price, W. B Ob- -, become so popular for coughs, colds, form its functions naturally. tunes tne cosx.--. tUDtainaDie every - Jtiethariforry - -of their marriage be stopped fcecafortk as; soon 4astii Mason, H. Clay Sutton, and Mr. and Estes visited friends and relatives a't '. v Duncan last week. .taihable everywhere. and croup. . Obtainable everywhere. Avhere. time for wWk tfcey. ace paid, expires. Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie: , .ilifr'. t Emiiiwut Mondays x Hogs and Cattle Still On High Grade Bill Reinhart Pitches Stanford to Victory Over Hustonville. Review of Situation. u, ce ar s Barftj - Do-zie- Hillfo ! ne t. j.1- -- n, za - F al S - di-re- ctf free-holde- rs I w, Sal-vis- 2t - te. - Ex-Eiettten- - Td . ;- 1 v.--; u ,A m V'P V ' . V. t: Jp - j i" The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, April 4, 1916 i THE IRON CLAW Condensed Report of The Condition of SIXTtfEPISODE THE SPOTTED WARNING -- out7rm' TfoTng country." to" "send 'you 'Into tfie LINCOLN County NATIONAL DANK, On March 7, 1916. RESOURCES: obligations due bank Interest-bearin- g Banking House and Equipment Available Casb Assets LIABILITIES: Capital, Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits $480,090 35 10,750 00 73,547 65 $564,388 00 98 00 02 00 $179,878 98,600 285,909 $564,388 "CornerNext To Court House." Stanford, Kentucky The Interior Journal S. M. Saufley. Enoch Golden had never formed the otaking others into his confidence. And when events came into his life which seemed to leave him more and more dependent on his immediate associates he betrayed an occasional tendency to focus his nebulous resentment against that situation on the exasperatingly imperturb. able figure of David Manley. "Young man," he said, fixing his secretary with a steely eye, "P came to this decision twenty long years ago, and nothing is going to change it. That woman was sent from my home, and she will never enter it again." Manley, looking down at the note still held in his hand, thought of the troubled and face of the girl who had so recently clung to his arm and asked him to plead her cause. And the memory of Margery Golden brought fresh courage to him. "But this woman who was once your own wife is only asking for a glimpse of her own daughter again. Surely that is asking little enough!" "And I repeat that I won't allow it. I have saved my daughter from the dangers that woman's wrong surrounded her with. I have-saveher from " "Have you?" interrupted Manley, deliberately meeting the older man's habit tear-staine- d stare. .Publisher $1 a Year When Paid in Advance; Entered at the pottofiee at Stanford clan maQ matter at tecond When nineteen attorney generals from that, many prohibition states join in the effort to prove that the n law is constitutional they must have not only some substantial basis for their claim, but reason to want it effective. If the supreme court agrees with them State prohibition will get a boost. For one of the principal arguments against the law is that the freedom of interstate commerce, protected by the Federal government, makes it impossible to prevent the importation') of liquor. Webb-Kenyo- Didn't he work hard enough to nominate Stanley for governor and then labor tremendously to get that 410 majority in the final'.' lie should not be expected to work too. hard now. The democratic party and the taxpayers of the state owe him something. They refused to make payment in 1907 by electing him governor, so Gov. Stanley evidently thinks he recogshould now receive long-du- e nition and reward and puts him on the payroll at $3,500 per. Some of the taxpayers may think these things come a trifle high, but it seems we must have them. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT that moment a Any retort the older man was about tb utter remained unspoken, for at soft-treadin- g We're glad to note they fi UyJ found Judge S. W. Hager a soft jJb at $3,500 a year; one that he can hold and still run his Owensbo) newspapers And by the way it's one. of the new offices created by the last legislature. From all accounts the position is a very arduous one and will put Judge Hager to the difficult and onerous task of signing his name once a month upon receipt of his salary check. But then why should he have to work any harder than that? Adams. ( Whereas, it has pleased our Heavenly Father, to remove from our midst, our beloved friends and brothers, Benjamin D. Hiatt and David O. Ballard, therefore, be it resolved, First, That we bow in humble the will of Him who doeth all things well, knowing that our loss, is their gain, Second, That the Mt. Moriah Christian church has lost' two faithful officers, that were always at their post of duty and their places will be hard to fill, Third, That in their death the Sun-Ja- y school has sustained the loss of two loyal workers that will be greatly missed, , Fourth, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the grief-strickwidows, a copy spread upon the records of the Jit. Moriah Christian church, and a copy sent to the Inte rior Journal for publication. Lillian K. Hazlett, Orisha J. Warfield, D. R. sub-missiorten MOTHERS, LISTEN! Has your son &ver 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. How's This? . -- ROBINSON'S m own shoulders. Yet at the next turn in the road his suddenly departed from that keen-eyedriver. For as he took this turn and speeded up along a dustless stretch of open highway, he saw a figure run out to the middle of the road. It was not the fact that this figure stood directly in his path that most disturbed him. It was the discovery, as he drew down on it, that this figure wore a vellow band of d cloth across the eyes, with a apron falling almost to the end of the nose, that brought the redoubtable Train's heart suddenly up in his mouth. But even while that figure which you still hold. Unless this is remained stubbornly and directly in delivered to me, and delivered as I his path, motioning for him to stop, have already directed, the .Spotted he remembered his ordJjs. Instead of Warning will come to your daughter slackening his speed, in fact, iw in Margery. And the meaning of the creased it, increased it to the limit Spotted Warning she already under- of the engine's power. And he would JULES LEGAR." stands. surely have ridden down that would-b- e "And what do you intend to do?" interceptor had not the latter, at asked Manley, still staring down at the last moment, leaped quickly asic'fe. this strange note. Margery Golden, as he did so, half "Do you suppose," retorted Golden, rose in her seat, for she, too, had with a slightly tremulous finger al- caught sight of that mysteriously-shadowe- d ready on the bell, "that I'm going to face. empty my safe to every blackleg who "But that was the Laughing Mask!" bandies about a catch-worthat be she cried aloud, in wonder, as they longs to little Italy?" swept on. "But what earthly use is this piece A little later she was startled by a of chart to you?" asked the yonnger quick cry of warning bursting from the man. Staring ahead, she "It's use to me is not the point at driver's throat. issue," doggedly retorted the older saw that still another effort was being made to intercept them. This time it man. "But one point at issue is at least was a man with a red flag. Instead of the safety of your daughter," contend- stopping, the car swept past the man fender-en- d slapped ed Manley, remembering only too well so close that against the flagstick itself as he rethe events of the immediate past peated his lusty shout of command. "And that, young man, is a responsiBut that command was more or less bility which still rests on my own shoulders," was Golden's curt retort as lost on Train, a little dizzy now with the new footman stepped into the the sheer drunkenness of speed. "Stop?" mocked the driver as he room in answer to his summons. "Tell raced on. "I'm going to stop for nothMiss Margery to come here at once." As Margery quietly stepped into the ing this side of hell!" Yet that valiant boast was little room Golden stared at her for a momore than the articulation of mortal ment and then sank back into his pride so often preluding mortal disaschair. Spotted Warning?" he ter. For, bearing down on them along "What is the that lonely stretch of roadway they suddenly demanded. The girl, with her troubled eyes bent could already see a second car. The on the grim-lineface of her father, point about this car that worried Train was that it was not approaching them did not speak at once. car should approach Spotted Warning?" she re- as a "The peated, in a little more than a whis- a comrade vehicle, but yermiculated drunkenly from one side of the road to per. the other. Even Margery, as she "Yes, what is that supposed to leaned forward, puzzling over these mean?" "It is a warning of death," was the strange movements, realized that peril so girl's quietly enunciated reply. Man-le- y was involved in passing-rvihiclcould detect the tremor that sped uncertain of its course. At the same through her body. "And it means that time, too, she could hear from far beyou have been hearing from Legar hind her the prolonged and warning cry of an auto horn, wailing disturbagain!" "But what does Legar mean by it?" ingly through the quiet air of the late asked Manley. "Why should he use afternoon. The next moment the two cars had such a phrase?" comes to the met, head-on- . "It is a warning that There was a crash of metal and person who is about to die. It is a radiamessage of warning, spotted black. It glass, a rending of honey-com- b is the last' word they send. And I have tors and coppered fenders. What happened after that for all heard them say it has never failed time remained strangely like a dream never once!" But the indomitable old fighter at to Margory. She remembered seeing Train lying close beside his wrecked the desk was once more on his feet. stuff car, with the blood trickling from his "That Sicilian black-magi- c unican't intimidate me," he thundered wrist and staining his whip-corform. She remembered seeing other out. He turned to his daughter. "Until figures, even more helpless looking. this JCalabrian JitifianiLfarsft .is jalayed But most of all she remembered how one of these figures, pulling himself together, had slowly risen to liis feet As he did so he turned about and stared .down at her. And the moment she saw that pallid yet triWe offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any umphant face she knew that it was Lecase of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall'8 gar. She knew that he was confronting Catarrh Cure. F. 3. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. her, that he was slowly but determinWe, the undersigned, have known F. J. edly making his way towards her. And Cheney for the last 15 3 ears, and believe him perfectly honorable in al! business transactions she knew that in another moment she and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. would have been their prisoner again NAT. BANK OF COSIMEItCE. had not a sudden and unlooked-fo- r Toledo, Ohio. light-heartedness resentfully, and with a touch of suspicion. This intruder, he promptly surmised, was a new figure in the household retinue. "Be so good as to knock when you enter this room," was the young secretary's sharp command. "Very good, sir," answered the new footman, scarcely raising his eyes. "H'h!" Golden scoffed, looking up from the letter which he had just opened. "Since you're so ready to ask favors, here's another friend to ask them for. Here's the captain of the circle you're so ready to champion! But instead of asking favors you see, he demands them!" He tossed the folded sheet angrily across the desk top. Manley took it up and read it. "Your happiness hangs on one small scrap of paper. That paper is the portion of the Windward island chart entered the room and crossed to the desk with a salver of mail in his hand. Manley. looking up, eyed that servant footman "But where are you sending me?" , asked the girl. "I'm going to send you out to your Aunt Agatha's on Long Island!" was his curt response as 'he swung about to his secretary. "And while Margery's getting her things together, Manley, you send Traint the chauffeur, here to me for his instructions." Manley, promptly crossing to the door, was startled to find the figure of the new footman standing close beside it as it was swung open. Ten minutes later, when Manley returned to the library with Train at his heels, he found Enoch Golden staring down at a sheet of paper lying on his desk. At the centers this paper stood a large black blot. "It's the Spotted Warning," said Golden, his heavy face furrowed with a trouble deeper than he was willing to admit. "But how, in God's name, did it get here?" Manley, after staring at tfie strangely-spotted sheet, stared even more intently at the ceiling directly above the point where the paper lay on the desktop. A momentary loblco? "Satisfaction flitted across his face as Golden turned to him with a crisp command to precede Margery to Cedarton and there explain both the reasons for her visit and the precautions to be exercised during that visit. "And as for you, Train," continued old millionaire, turning the grim-eyeto his chauffeur, "I want you to take my daughter out to Cedarton as quickly as your car and the speed laws will let you carry her. There are special reasons for this, remember. And from the moment you leave this house, don't let anything or anybody stop you." Thirty minotes later Margery Golden, surrounded by her bags, sat back in the swaying automobile, puzzled over this new and unexpected turn in the tide of events. And as mile by mile swam by beneath the hurrying man in the drivwheels, the keen-eyeing seat found a load lifted from his d d MEN'S SHIRTS What do you wear that you are more particular about or enjoy more than a beautiful fresh Shirt; one that fits the neck, the sleeves just right, neither too long nor too shorf; colors that never fade? We show you shirts for all occasions. We have these in the same good quality and fast colors that we have sold you for years; in regular sizes and slims, 14 to 19 neck, at 50 cents. Work Shirts For 50 cents we show your a shirt in many colors; snappy styles and good quality. The most popular price shirt for all people is $1, and in this we have an immense showing. Any color you want. Every style that is made. Short or long sleeves, regular or athletic neck; in fancy colors or plain white; sizes 12 2 to 1-- J CSS OlllllS I 19. Silk Shirts The prettist comkination of colors and weave a mortal man ever saw, at $1.50 to $5. Come to us for shirts for all occasions. McRoberts & Bailey. CENT -A- -WORD ADS d (Ads here are 1 cent a word each issue, cash vith order; no ad. less than 25c each issue.) POSTED No huntng or fishing 262-- p allowed Adolph Hertel. 350 nice locust posts. Henry Fields, R. D. 1, Stanford. 26-- 2 FOR SALE WANTED 25 or 30 steers around 600 pounds in weight. Hughes & THE FISH ARE BITIN And nowhere can you secure finer tackle of all sorts than we are showing this season. We have everything that a thoroughbred fisherman could wish ;, Come in and look our stock over before you plan your fishing trip. moon-shape- McCarty, Stanford, FOR RENT. 27-- 1 Four-roo- m on East Main street. Givens, Stanford. cottage Apply to Ewalt 22-- tf Penny's Drug Store STANFORD, KY. FOR SALE CHEAP. Touring car in fine shape; just been painted and overhauled; a bargain. Apply this office. 26-2- p d FOR SALE. The house and lot on Main street, near the Presbyterian church, occupied by Lizzie Saulter, at the time of her death. J. N, Saunders. 27-- tf 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. FOR SALE. High class jack 15.3; three years old; fine bone, head and ear; good enough for jennet jack. Price right. W. A. Hatcher, Stan26-ford, R. 5. 4t is NEW HATS. I have just received a number of very pretty and stylish new hats this week. They are priced very reasonably, and will be just the thing for Easter. Miss Ella May Saunders, Stanford. 27-- 2 W. E. PERKINS, - Crab Orchard 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, 25-4Prop. w THE BEST PLOW FOR THE FARMER, The Chattanooga Chilled Plow Use it on Trial; if not Satisfactory, Come Back and Get Your Money. d well-behave- d BLACKSMITH SHOP TOOLS. Complete set of blacKsmith shop tools of Parsons & Preston, will be sold pubjicly on court house square, Saturday afternoon, April 8th, at 2 p. m. Lincoln County National Bank. 27-2t e FOR RENT OR SALE Farm, on the waters of South Fork; good house barn and outbuildings; 126 acres, 50 acres in cultivation; also a good garden. Renter should have good team. Apply to Mrs. C. C. Smith or Pat 27-- 2 Smith, Kings Mountain. FOR SALE. I have taken the agency for the Dodge car and have a new 1916 model Ford for sale. The car has $35 worth of extras on it. and has just been run enough to break it in for good use. Call at once 'if you want a first class car at a bargain. W. 27-- 2 L. McCarty, Stanford. five-passeng- GEORGE H. FARRIS. YOU NEED IT RIGHT NOW! Phone Us To Send You a Load of That Best Of All Fuel, er d half-stupid-ly Ball's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Fl!ls for constipation. Jtaken-Dlan-o,, at . (To Be Continued Friday) Statement of the ownership, management, circulation, etc., required by the Act of August 24, 1912, of The Interior Journal, published twice a week at Stanford, Kentucky, for April 1, 1916: Publisher, editor, managing editor, business manager, S. M. Saufley, Stanford, Ky. Owners: (Give names and addresses of individual owners, or if a corporation, give its pame and the names and addresses of stockholders owning 1 per cent or more of total amount of stock.) S. M. Saufley; Known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders, owning 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities: None. S. M. SAUFLEY. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 3rd day of April, 1916, W. M. Bright, Notary Public. (Mycommis-sio- n expires Jan. 11, 1920.) FOX RIDGE COAL 1 3c at Yard Pr M 1 4c Delivered J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD,. KENTUCKY BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. I f ;, ;- -. v" Na - f tv iits ' ' -V The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, April 4, 1916 section bought a horse from T. W. Jones the latter part of last week for $100. Caywood, Smith & McClintock, of Paris, shipped a car of mixed hogs to Cincinnati last week that cost 8 4 cents per pound for the light hogs, and 8 4 cents for the heavy. W. S. Sawyer, of Shakertown, sold to Asa Jewell, of Lexington, a bunch of exceptionally good mules at seven-year-old 1-- W. A. Hatcher, of near McCor-mack- 's Mules Wanted I will be at Carter's Stable in Stanford 3-- Monday, April 10, 1916 County Court Day To Buy Mules from 15.1 to 16 handsjjhigh and from 5 to 10 years old. $212.50. Col. Josh Wilson, on the Crab" Or- Creek. The stoppage of importations of chard pike, near Cedar Creek, has nice bunch of hemp fibre and the increased debeen buying up1 a shoats to feed this spring and none mand for the staple are given by knows better how to put them in big dealers as the causes for the presgood shape than he. From Maurice ent high' price for both seed and fibre. M. Perkins he bought eight head p,t Hemp is selling for $12 a hundred At that price, 7 2 cents a pound; from Mr. New- in the big markets. man, a German farmer, 15 head at and in view of the prospects of another high market next year, farmthe same figure. sub- ers are demanding seed this spring E. L. King, one of the most stantial farmers of the East End, was in greater quantities than ever. Seed Mr. prices are high in sympathy with the in town on business Monday. King has just bought a calf from his fibre market, but there is nothing like seed, brother, W. L. King for $15. He now a shortage of good Twenty-fiv-according e dolto local merchants. has 22 yearlings and lars a bushel is being asked for the which he has been feeding on corn and fodder during the winter and seed, which ordinarily sells for $11. will soon put them out on grass. Mr. Reports from 'all over Central KenKing is preparing to put 16 acres in tucky indicate that more hemp than ever will be planted, and in some corn this week. James C. Tarkington, of the Parks-vill- e sections it is difficult to buy seed, section, lost an aged jennet from so fcear- has the available supply in some unknown cause, and has a very that section been exhausted. Much fine young jennet that is not expect- hemp is being planted in Garrard ed to live. Mr. Tarkington, while according to reports from there, 1-two-year-olds W. S. Hensley consumated a big deal with G. W. Middleton by which he sold his farm on Crummies Creek to Mr. Middleton for a consideration of $12,000, and bought Mr. Middleton's property at Ages, consisting of lot, store building and stock of goods; four lots and dwelling house for $9,000. In an earlier deal, Mr. Hensley sold the Turner Bros., a 200 acre tract of land on Crummies Creek and bought their stock of goods located at mouth of Jones Ex-Sher- iff MISSES STRAUB V-'- . ,SL, r .-- VI. FINE MILLINERY ' Stanford, Ky., Apr. 3, 19 16 . i - Bring to Town What You Have To Sell. J. W. PHILLIPS. Don't Neglect Kidneys Swamp-Roo- t, Farm and Stock News J. D. Whitehouse, on the Danville hogs of pike, bought. 40 C. T. Black, of Boyle, at 8 2 cents 150-pound Dr. Kilmer's Prescription, Overcomes Kidney Trouble. 1-- feet, more or less, on Fifth street, with a depth of 218 feet, more or less, and upon which stands a suby brick resstantial At gas, city water, bath idence, with room, and sewer, and also a frame cottage. The residence has been re(5)7.50. :: cently thoroughly repaired and repa-pereSheep Steady. Extra $7.50(5) Adjoining the above tract is will make the seaChestnut Sorrel Stallion 7.75, good to choice $6.50(5)7.50, My high bred a lot fronting 79 4 feet upon an son of 1916 at my barn on the old fair grounds at Hustonville, Ky. He to Fifth street. This alley, which leads is 16 hands high, weight 1200 pounds. Will serve a limited number of lot is about 156 4 feet deep, and to insure a living colt; season due when mare is parted has a splendid barn on it. Mares at $10 colt and a richly bred Denmark. with, or on leaving the county. This stallion is by Ashland Brook and The tract fronting 213 feet, Lucy P., 6190. out of a standard bred trotting mare. He has proven to be a great breeder Fifth street will be offered first on By Preston 922, he by Washington having colts to show for him. His colts are all saddle colts, with good three separate parcels, and then as in style and action. Call and see a good horse before breeding time comes whole. The lot fronting on the al-a Denmark 64, he by Cromwell 73, Preston's dam was Belle, by RoderI will also stand the great mule Jack, Jim Reed, the well known mule will offered jack by the old jack of Jim Reed's; having sold his colts at $100.00 at ley, with the barn, whole. be The real ick, he by Mambrino Legrand. Lucy and as dam was by On Time, he by weaning time. He is a fine breeder, having colts to show for him here. separately, be sold afor d cash P.'s estate will large bone and his colts have good bone and style. He will and remainder payable in three equal Stonewall Jackson, he by Washington He has a stand at $8 to insure a living colt. Money due if mare is parted with or installments, on or before one, two Denmark. Her dam was Nancy M., out of Ella P., by King William. She B. W. LEIGH, Hustonville, Ky. leaves the county. and three years, with 6 per cent, is, a dark brown mare, foaled in 1903. from day of sale, with lien retained A mare of much style and worthy of FOR SALE 190 acres; two FOR SALE. 38 acres, FOR SALE 300 acres; to secure the deferred payments. your consideration. miles from Hustonville; 130 acres cottage; good barn; 5 miles from residence; 150 acres in grass, balThis property is located in the most Jewel Eagle 4295 in grasr balance in cultivation; court house; bargain if sold at ance in cultivation; 3 large stock fashionable and desirable residence Jewel Eagle 4295 was foaled in residence; barn 50x70; large once. section of Danville, and within five 1900. She is a red bay, one hind barns; 1 large tobacco barn; on minutes walk of the business center foot white and stands 16 hands high. good turnpike. This is A-- l farm. concrete silo; tencing all new; FOR SALE. 54 acres; new of the town. At this sale those She is by Woods' Eagle Bird 1014, he good community; in the richest house; new barn, 32 acres Price and terms right. a home, or a safe investment, by King Eagle 750 he by Black Eagle Court-Hous- e, part of county. Price $75 per in grass and cultivation; 5 acres FOR SALE Modern cottage; Opposite the will have offered them as good resi- 74, he by King William 67. Woods' acre terms easy. dence property as Danville contains. Eagle Bird's dam was by Star Eagle, peach and apple orchard; balance new; 5 rooms, with bath comHOUSEHOLD EFFECTS At the by Cabell's Lexington. Jewel Eagle FOR SALE 70 acres; in timber; 2 miles from Crab Or- plete; at a bargain if sold at close of the sale of the real estate was. ou'fcof Mandy by Locic 917 by Have Some Fine Seed Corn, both White and good barn; good orchard; chard. Price $28 per acre. house once; rents for $14 per month; the household goods will be sold to Stonewall Jackson, Jr., 947 by Stone30 acres cultivation, balance in 3 squares from court house. the highest bidder for cash. These wall Jackson 72. Mandy was out of 125 acres; 3 FOR SALE Yellow, and All Kinds of Garden FOR SALE 100 acres, timber. Price $1,200. goods embrace everything which is a daughter of King William 67. This small houses; 2 barns; 50 acres house; good barn, 225 fruit trees; required to fit up a refined and lux- marevwill have to be' seen to be apFOR SALE 47 2 acres; Seeds, Rakes and Hoes. grass and cultivation, balance in urious home. house; new barn; 27 acres preciated. timber; good orchard; 8 mile 70 acres cultivation, balance in Elizabeth A. Fales, Executrix, Jessie Deane 4699, grass and cultivation, balance in timber; 3 2 miles from StanKentucky. Stanford, Phone No. 168. Danville, Kentucky Foaled 1899; mahogany bay and a ford. Price $25 per acre. timber; 4 mile of school. .Bar- school. Price $15 per acre. Col. Thos. Auctioneer. good one; sired by'Dignity Dare 1982 FOR SALE. 50 acres; gain at $1,200 cash down. FOR SALE 35 acres; good he by Chester Dare 10, he by Black FOR SALE Beautiful resi- house; good barn; all in grass; limestone land; house; Squirrel 58, he by Black Eagle 74. Dignity Dare's dam was Lizziemont dence; on Lancaster street; 5 1 2 miles from Stanford; on new barn; 4 2 miles north of by Welchmont by William Welch. farm. Stanford; 28 acres in grass, balacres land. Price right. Easy turnpike. This is A-- l e. Jessie eDane's dam was Lena by Price and terms right. ance cultivation. Price $3,400. terms. Deane's dam was Lena by Pea-ridThe Southern Railway it the direct Chief, and was out of a mare line to Asheville, Aiken,Augusta,Char-lesto- n, by Warren Harris' Denmark. She Summer-vill- e Columbia, Savannah, Office 26,LincolnNat.BankBldg.,Stanford, will bear close inspection and you and other southern resorts. should not overlook her in this sale. Yearling Filly Travel there on the "St. Louis Special" equipped with By All Peavine 4092 and out of electric lighted steel coaches and through drawings Bourboniste 9297. She is a light room sleeping cars to Jacksonville and Asheville. sorrel and of 'great promise. Handles New dining car service. herself nicely and is worthy of your In addition, drawing room sleeping cars from Asheville attention. Her breeding is all right to Jacksonville insures every comfort for trip through and as an individual you can't beat her. "The Land of the Sky", the only scenic route to At the same time and place I will Florida. Very low homeseekers' fares and winter IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS sell three shares of stock in the tourist fares now in effect. American Saddle Horse Breeders' Stopovers and other special features Association; ine bike in good condition and a lot. of harness, etc. Get full information and fares from the Terms Cash. in, hand or good .. Local Southern Agent, or write to ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT- - STOP OVERS. JJMkffl'JllIaVi-S- i sJIAr A WE' bankable note due in six months B. H.Todd, District Passeager AgeatLowsviUe, Ky. bearing six per cent interest. FOR FULL INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE For particulars call on or address H. C. KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 East Main Street, Lexington, Ky. "J. FOX DUDDERAR,. r z7sLiasv W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati,, Ohio " Admr., Carroll L. Dudderar , Stanford, Kentucky. 2XSMEQ CMMEH OF7HSOU7 Semi-Weekly 10-room per pound. It is now conceded by physicians Ed Nolan of the Eubank section, a nice that the kidneys should have more sold Gooch, young Hereford bull to J. M. of as they control the other week for $35. the same section, last attention organs to a remarkable degree and John R. Howard, of the East End, do a tremendous amount of work in sold to James Thompson, of Preach-ersvill- e removing the poisons and waste matthis week 15 hogs that avter from the system by filtering the eraged 145 pounds, at 7 4 cents a pound. blood. Lawson & Brown, of Lancaster, The kidneys should receive some have engaged 25 hogs from Hon. W. assistance when needed. We take less G. Gooch, of this county, to be delivexercise, drink less water and often ered in June at $8.50. Charley Beck, on the Bright farm eat more rich, heavy food, thereby in the Hubble section, sold a short forcing the kidneys to do more than drove nature intended. Evidence of kidney time ago to Boone Sanders apounds of 14 hogs that averaged 160 trouble, such as lame back, annoying at eight cents. They go the first ten bladder troubles, smarting or burn- days in June. Mr. Beck is mighty or sediment, sallow busy now getting 70 acres of corn ing, brick-du- st complexion, rheumatism, warns that ready. Thomas McClintock, of Millers-buryour kidneys require help immediatemade the following mule sales ly to avoid more serious trouble. An ideal herbal compound that has last week: To Newt. Rankin, of Carhad most remarkable success as a kid- lisle, a team of mules at $325; pair of ney and bladder remedy is Dr. Kil- mules to Ora Collier, at $315, and 3 mer's Swamp Root. There is nothing mules to Fletcher Mann, of Lexingelse like it. It is Dr. Kilmer's pre- ton, at $660. Hon. W. G. Gooch, of the Goshen scription used in private practice and it is sure to benefit you. Get a section, bought a bunch of ewes and lambs from Sam D. Cochran, of Garbottle from your druggist. However if you wish first to test rard county last week. There were this great preparation send ten cents 50 ewes and 47 lambs in the bunch, to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, and Mr. Gooch paid $400 for the N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writ- flock. He has engaged the lambs, to ing be sure and mention the Stanford Lawson & Brown, of Lancaster, at $8.50 for those that are ready to go Interior Journal. in June and $8 for the July delivery. 3-g, attempting to care for a stray rat dog, thinking the owner would call for it, suffered the lost of eight dollars' worth of turkeys. The animal that is usually true to its friend killed two fine gobblers, which were really worth more than the amount mentioned. Messrs. Banks Hudson and James House have just completed breaking their crop of hemp on the Gentry farm. The crop contained 125 acres and made a total of a little less than 170,000 pounds. The entire crop was sold to Hudson & Davis, local hemp dealers, at 12 cents a pound. Messrs. Hudson and House will plant 125 acres in hemp the coming season. The crop just sold brought fully $20,000. Great enthusiasm has been aroused in the hemp industry on account of the high prices that are being received. Danville Advocate. Seed and feed prices are soaring in the Mt. Sterling market, as the following prices will show. Baled timothy hay is selling at $15 and $17 per ton; corn, at $4 per barrel; ship-stuf- f, at $1.50 per 100 weight; cotton seed meal, at $2 per 100 weight; seed oats at 70c per bushel; clover seed, at $13 per bushel; timothy hay at $4.25 per bushel; bluegrass seed, at $1.40 per bushel, and hemp seed, cannot be obtained for love or money. One farmer was offered eight cents per long hundred and one-ha- lf for all the hemp he could grow in the next two years, but could obtain no seed with which to produce the crop. three of the leading farmers expecting to grow 300, 200 and 100 acres, respectively. Growers who farm on a smaller scale are greatly increasing their acreage and indications point to Lexington's regaining her former place in the hemp market of the world. One Garrard county grower has imported a quantity of seed from North China and will try the experiment of growing the Asiatic poduct on Kentucky soil. Mr. H. C. Carpenter: The Maxwell "25" we purchased from you in June, 1914, has given perfect satisfaction. It has wonderful power on hills and picks up quickly. It has been run nearly 6,000 miles and is very economical, costing us considerably less than 2 cents per mile. Two of the original tires are still running. We get about 20 miles to gallon of gasoline and 400 miles to gallon of oil. The only expense we've had for repairs was a fan belt 4.0 cents, and rubber hose 60 cents. The carbon has been removed from engine once. We consider our Maxwell a good investment in health and pleasure. PUBLIC SALE OF FINE HORSE STOCK MONDAY. APRIL 10, 1916. As Administrator of Carroll L. Dudderar, deceased, I will sell at x Very truly, (Signed) MISSES STRAUB public auction to the highest and best bidder at Nunnelley's Stock Pens in Stanford, Ky., beginning at 11 o'clock A. M., on The Harlan Messenger says that PUBLIC SALE Of Homestead and Household Effects of Dr. Jno. C. Fales, Deceased. As executrix of the estate of my father, Dr. John C. Fales, I wlil sell publicly on the premises, at the corin Danville, Ky., ner of Broadway and Fifth streets, at 1:30 p. m., on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1916 his homestead and household effects. REAL ESTATE. The homestead consists of a tract of land at the corin Danville, ner of Broadway and Fifth streets, Ky., which fronts 213 two-stor- High Grade Stallion, GLENBROOK. seven-year-old d. 3-- 3-- MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1916, the following veil 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 animal and will prove her worth to the man who gets her. Her sire was bv 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 Wash ington 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- sires side. Preston Gay. Bay colt, foaled May 10, 1914, sir ed by High Cloud, by Highland Gay, by Highland Denmark. First dam Lucy Preston by Preston 922; sec ond 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 te Efficiency, Economy and Completeness meet in 1916 Maxwell "25" Touring Car $685 delivered Phone for Demonstration H. C. CARPENTER, Agent Stanford, Kentucky ' 9.80. STANFORD MARKET TUESDAY (Furnished by T. K. Tudor) Lambs Slow. Extra $1111.25, Cattle. Slow; good butchers steaEggs rags 75c cwt; hens dy; medium and common a shade good to choice $10.25 11, common 13c; beef hides 12 ducks 10c; lower. Shippers $7.258.25; butch- to fair $8(5)10 sheared lambs $7 geese 7c; turkeys 15c. er steers extra $8.258.65; good to common to fair choice $7.25(2)8; common to fair Cincinnati Stock Market'; sheeD S6r5)6.50. $4(5)6.25, sheared 15-16- c; l-2- c; good to choice $7.257.85, common to fair $5.507; cows, extra $6.25 6.75, good to choice $5.656.15, common to fair $4(5)5.50, canners $3.85(5)4.25, stockers and feeders $5.50(5)7.55. Bulls Steady. Bologna $6 6.85, $5.507; heifers, extra $88.50; Milch Cows Best steady; others Calves Steady to a shade higher. Extra $J).259.50, fair to good $6.50 9, common and large $4.50(5)8.75. Hogs Fairly active and steady to 10c higher. Selected heavy shippers $9.80(5)9.85, good to choice packers and butchers $9.80 9.85, mixed packers $9.55 9.80, stags $5.50 6.50, common to choice heavy fat sows $7(5)9.20, light shippers $9(5) 9.25, pigs (110 lbs and less) $5.50 fat bulls $77.25. Spray Your Trees Now. Spraying Ingredients and Sprayers Stanford, Ky. W. H. HIGGINS, one-thir- List of Properties in Lincoln County and Stanford For Sale. ry T. D. Newland & Son, Ge-siri- ng 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- D.,-Englis- m Florida . - 1-- 1-- Pea-Jessi- ge A.gB. FLORENCE, Ky. Florida - Cuba - New Orleans WINTER TOURIST TICKETS Southern Railway 1 . . iriipK! ... Crv--. v -, . " .,r - ... - f:.. y J?'" "'. s. ,. '"., mtf4A y t . v . The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, April 4, 1916 The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky., Was Organized October 4th, 11882, With a Capital of $250,000.00. Louisville Monday. T. K. Watson was In Lancaster Saturday on business. Mrs. Woods Walker, of Garrard, was the guest of Mrs. J. C. Hays. Thomas Bright is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. N. H. McKinney at Carlisle. Dr. B. G. Grammini, of Pineville, was in town Saturday looking after his farm at Green river. Strother Carter, who is with the L. & N., at Covington, is here With his parents. Mrs. A. C Hill is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mershon, at Mrs. J. H. Harris, is on the sick Mr.Wtnf-And-Cu- Mt list this week. Miss Mary Walden Gooch has been visiting in Lexington. -HMr. and Mrs. J. S. Owsley were in ere'sMr.'Cets-lt' The New Flan Corn Cure That's as family. E. N. Hutchings, who has been at Sure as the Rising Sun. Midway for several days, looking af"Glad to meat you!" says the razor to the corn. "111 bleed for you I" say ter his farm near that place, return- IMPORTANT the corn to the razor. Razors and ed Saturday. corns love each other. Corns love to Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pence and son, Lynn Pence, Miss Sue Taylor Engle-ma- n and Mrs. Alfred Pence, were at the auto show in Lexington MILLINERY OPENING Mrs. S. J. Tatem, of Crab Orchard, will have her Spring and Summer Opening, Thursday, April 6th. Also a nice line of sample hats for display. The ladies are cordially invit26-- 2 ed to see them. Mrs. J. W. Cocking and Mrs. Edgar Reynolds, of McKinney, were in town shopping Saturday. A little daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Carter Sunday night to further bless that Well Known Remedy Relieves Chronic Case TO DISPOSE OF WASTE FORM THE STOMACH WITH REGULARITY Miss Alice Mahan, of Danville, has been appointed bookkeeper for the State Library. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Witt, of Lancaster, were here Saturday on a shopping expedition. Miss Clara Cash, of Turnersville, was the week end guest of Miss NanThe-sucy Katherine McKinney. $235,500.00 of Miss Mary Walden Gooch was in Lancaster the last of the week visithas since been paid to ing friends. Messrs. John Won2r and Herbert the Stockholders in the Bailey were in Lexington last week SEMI-ANNUA- L DIVIattending the auto show. Silas Anderson who is employed at DENDS. the Ford plant in Louisville, is at home with his homefolks. Mrs. Logan Westerfield and daugh$ 28,500 00 Carried to the Surplus Fund m ter, Miss Lucy Westerfield, of Paris, were guests of Mrs. M. D. Elmore. Miss Pearl Acey, of Burnside, was $464,000.00 Total, the guest of her father, Mr. J. W. Acey, this week. The Warren Grigsby chapter U. D. C, will meet with Mrs. W. H. Hig-giApril 6. Saturday at 2 p. Personal and Social with Mrs. R.The Rook Club will meet Mrs. Mary S. Burchm. in Crab T. Bruce at 2 o'clock was in the afternoon. Orchard Saturday, the guest of Mrs. Jane Buchanan. Social Calendar. R. L. Collier, of Crab Orchard, April 7 Senior Expression Prof. D. B. Spragens was in took a train here Monday afternoon Friday. at Graded School Auditorium. for Munfordsville. Miss Sophia Alcorn came over from Danville Friday to spend the week-l end with her homefolks. Rev. W. D. Welburn and son, Edwin, spent the week end in More-lan- d with relatives. Mrs. W. D. Nave, of Hustonville, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. S. L. Burdette. Mrs. Woods Walkei', of Lancaster, was the week end guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. C. Hays. .Miss Marion Grimes, of Transylvania University, is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Grimes. Rev. O. P. Bush, of Columbia, formerly pastor of the Baptist church at Lancaster, was here Derween trains m ns The sum of has since been returned to the stockholders in STOCK DIVIDENDS. $200,000.00 Somerset. Heard About lown 3BjBPBjSjPHR9pBJ Me Alter Tkla If I Live!" plasbe cut, ulcked, gouged, salved, grow tered and jerked out. they,-and faster. Mr. now, Mrs. use "Gets-I- t they realize it instead it's the wonderful, simple corn-cuthat never fails.' Stops secpain. You apply it in 2 corn onds, it dries at once, the is doomed. Nothing to stick to the Wy, tor O Wliy, Did I Do It? Went-and-Cut- Get-- It -It re stocking or press on the corn. It to plasters, salves, means good-nigYou diggers, razors and can wear smaller shoes. Your corns will come right off, "clean as a whis Never innames neauuj tle. The world's biggest selling corn cure. "Gets-It- " is sold by druggists everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy, by the Lincoln Pharmacy. ht toe-bundli- uu. 'HAuY. Sometimes it is even Your Health Life and Death depends on thepurity of drugs used and the care employed in compounding the prescriptions given you byyour doc-to- r. Monday. Miss Amanda Goggin who has been the guest of her nephew, Dr. T. W. Pennington, went to Louisville Saturday evening to visit Mrs. P. E. Kemp. Rev. M. D. Early, of the Baptist church, went down to Louisville Monday afternoon to attend a meeting Walter Milburn, of Lawrenceburg, spent Sunday with relatives. Mrs. J. K. VanArsdale arrived from Louisville yesterday to visit relatives. Mrs T. R. Watson went to Lancaster Monday to spend a portion of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Howenstein, Mrs. W. R. Todd and Miss Lyle Cooper, were in Danville Saturday. Hugh Reid Foster is at home from Millersburg, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Foster. Mrs. Lelia C. Baker and. mother, Mrs. Annie Carter, of Junction City, were here shopping Saturday. Prof. W. C. Wilson and James Tribble, were in Lexington at the auto show the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones and family, are moving back to their former location at the corner of Main ?nd Danville streets. Miss Emily Murphy, who' has been . v. siting Mrs. G. F. DeBorde returned to her home at Shelby City Satur- r y- - a matter of of the State Board of the Baptist church, of which he is a member. Mrs. J. B. Willis, of Crab Orchard Springs, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Severance en route to Richmond to see her aged mother, Mrs. DeJarnett, who is very ill. the best and freshest we can buy. We use the utmost care in compound' ing all prescriptions, as your doctor will tell you. is A Our stock of drugs It is 'a matter of conscience with us. Dr. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacist The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. J. W. ACEY, Proprietor. Put Our Stock To The Test Compare it, item for item, quality for quailty, price for price, if we don't show a gain over others, don't buy. MILLINERY AT CRAB ORCHARD The ladies are invited to call and Millinery. Evinspect my erything new, stylish and of the best quality. I can please you both in price and material. My opening will be Wednesday, April 5th, at my old School. Rev. Joseph Hopper preached at stand on lower Main street. Mrs. Allie 26-- 2 Corbin Sunday morning and evening Pettus, Crab Orchard. and on his return to Louisville, stopped over here to spend Monday with his mother, Mrs. G. D. Hopper. Sam W. Severance, of Louisville, editor of the Market Growers' Journal, accompanied by his handsome son, Billy Warren Severance, is spending a few days with his brothers, Messrs. Wm. and Albert up-to-da- te five-year-old Mr. Richard Denny, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. S. TCmbry for several days, returned to "Shelby City Saturday. Miss Lottie Carson, who is trimmer for Mrs. Rella Arnold Francis at Lancaster, spent Sunday with the home-folhere. Miss Lucille Gastineau and Miss Ruth Darnell and Messrs. W. C. Wilson and L. R. Hughes were in Lexington Saturday at the auto show. Misses Bettie Peek, of the Turnersville section, and Thelma Eubanks, of Waynesburg, went to Richmond Monday to enter Eastern Normal ks ... Severance here. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Corn, of Lancaster, were here this morning to bring Miss Maud Murphy to the train on. her way to Pittsburg. Mr. Corn is head of the Lancaster Telephone Exchange and is making a success of the business there. There will be a pie supper at the Neal's Creek school house, for benefit of Neal's Creek Singing Club, on Saturday, April 15th, at 8:00 o'clock. Everybody cordially invited. Ben Scanlon, who has held a po sition as "trouble man" for the local telephone exchange, for several years has been transferred to Paris, and left for that place Sunday. Mr. J. P. Simer, who has filled the nosition of prescriptionist in A. J. Weddle & Son's store at Hustonville, went to Lancaster this morning to take a similar position in the store of J. P. Stormes. Mr. George D. Burdett, a prominent life insurance man, is here looking after business. Mr. Burdett lived in Lancaster many years and was for a long time correspondent for this paper from that place. And he made a most excellent one. s, Messrs. I. M. Gray, and J. L. of Perryville, H. M. Shouse and V. Freeman, of Danville, J. T. Wilson, W. H. Brengle, Martin Lester and J. G. Gary, of Harrodsburg, attended the Baptist District Board meeting here Monday. Business transacted was mostly of a routine nature. Ed Nolan and his father, P. H. Nolan, of near Eubank, were in Stanford Monday, arranging to advertise the former's crack young stallion, Lincoln's Choice, which he will stand at his farm in the southern section this season. Mr. Nolan had the I. J. print him some handsome cards and his large advertisement will appear in the paper or Friday. The Louisville & Nashville railroad Company received a demand from the engineers, conductors, firemen, switchmen, and other employes holding membership in tviose union organizations, demanding an eight-hoday. B. M. Starks, general manager of the company, unhesitatingly confirmed the fact, that the demands had been received. They were presented to the company in writing by a committee of worKmen representing the different unions and the same written form was used as that presented by the unions all over the country. Col. S. M. Carson, of Louisville, is the guest here of his cousin, W. A. Carson and other relative's. Mr. Carson left Stanford 33 years ago. and says that he finds very few of e his friends left at his birthplace. He is just 80 years of age but remarkably preserved for a man of his years. Mr. Carson in early life was engaged in the cobbler's trade, but built a hotel on the old Carpenter lot near the depot and when it burned down built the old Commercial hotel, which stood on the corner where the State Bank building now stands. He has made his home in the Falls City for the past 33 years, and had the honor of representing one of the Louisville districts in the legislature a few years ago. The Danville Messenger's college notes last week had the following of the baseball work of Spalding Hill, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hill, of this city, and a graduate of Stanford High: "Mr. Spalding Hill, who has come to Centre as a new man, has shown more class and spirit at third base than has been seen on that sack in five years. Hill is a finished and easy baseman, receiving the ball well and safely fielding the territory assigned to him. Mr. Hill was at Washington and Lee last year, where he was known and valued rightly as flings are ala star. Hisways a problem for the baserunner. His hitting is With his big black bat he is expected to play a great part in Kentucky baseball this season. He is from Ad-kinur People frequently attribute to failure of the digestive organs conditions that are primarily due to inactive bowels, and apply remedies that from their very nature are more apt to aggravate than to relieve the disorder. When the bowels act regularly the stomach is in better shape to perform its allotted tasks and can usually be depended upon. To keep the bowels in condition there is no more effective remedy than the combination of simple laxative herbs known as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin which is sold in drug stores for fifty cents a bottle. Dr. Caldwell has prescribed this remedy in his practice for over a quarter of a century and it is today the standard household remedy in thousands of homes. Mr. Thos. with the Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, at Washington, wrote Dr. Caldwell recently that "Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is the best laxative I have any knowledge of and the cleaning De-Loach, MR. THOS. DeLOACH up guaranteed by its use relieves every organ." A bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin should be on hand in every home for use when needed. A trial bottle, free of charge, can be obtain- A 11 itz uy cu u.. willing iu T TIT T iuiuweu, ur. v. a. .1 454 Washington St., Monticello, 111.. A rt-1- 6 4 cents a "pound, now costs 12 ket. Certain colors of printing cents a pound, while the price on type papers are also not obtainable, due has advanced more than 10 per cent: to the same cause. Notice came to and is scheduled to go higher. The' the I. J. last week that the price on last printing supply salesman who composition rollers for distributing visited the I. J. said typefounders' ink on printing presses has been adare using cheaper alfoys in making vanced nearly 50 per cent, because of type because of the great advance in the great increase in the price of the price of metals antfadmitted that glycerine. All kinds of papers cost the type being made now is inferior) more than they did before the war in quancy to mat maue oetore tne began, and about everything else a war began. printing office uses has been rising It is next to impossible to get cer- steadily in price for more than a tain colors of printing inks, owing to year. Yet the I. J. is still a dollar a the closing of the German dye mar year when paid in advance. 3-- ivnoxvilletoming lo Stanford. With a train of all steel cars and headed by a big brass band, Knoxville Business Men, More Thae One Hundred Strong, Are coming to establish closer business and social relations' between the business men of Stanford and themselves. They will arrive on their own SPECIAL TRAIN old-tim- Wednesday, April 12, at 9:05 O'cTk and Remain Until 9:35 A. M. Knoxville Business Men Want To Meet Stanford Business Men : : : : : Conducted Under the Auspices of the KNOXVILLE BOARD OF COMMERCE. left-hand- ed To you who have looked around, we want you to make a rigid test. If every thing else is equal, you will find our prices lower than others ask. ly is: You'll Ite Proud of Your Floors when they are attractively painted with this paint, and you'll soop realize how much scrubbing it will save you. 5 high-quali- ty WHY PAPER IS YELLOW. Have you noticed that most of the newspapers you receive are printed on paper that looks as if it might have spent several days out of doors in all kinds of weather? You remember up to a short time ago that AUCTION SALE ! . The verdict of those who have looked our stock over careful"Surpasses all previous showings." Come, look and compare. sanitary, Pee Gee Adamant Floor Paint dries over night and gives your floors a beautiful, high-gloss finish-co- mes in nine colons. Ask for Color Card. FREE Illustrated Booklet: '.'Homes and How to Paint Them.' ' A: k for it at this store. A Pee Gee Finish for Every Purpose your papers were white, or almost white, and that some of them were even blue white. If you have guessed about the reason for the change in color, you may have said it was due to the European war stopping supply of bleached chemicals, and if you have made that guess you are entitled to a.'place right up at the head of the class. Until this war" is over it is likely most of your papers will have a brownish cast a color almost the same as that of "wood pulp, which is the principal ingredient of all the cheaper grades of printing papers. Print paper is not the only thing used by, newspaper and job printing establishments that has been affected, by the European war. Linotype metal, whirh the 1. J. used to buy at this-country'- s The Stock of General Merchan-dise and Fixtures of L. L. San; ders, Crab Orchard, Ky., will be sold SATURDAY, APR. 15th, at 4:30 P. M., to the Highest Cash bidder. Be on hand and get a. BARGAIN. SEVERANCES ; I NEW STANFORD DRUG CO., Stanford, Ky. " THE OLD KELllftS3ILE TstlmHrffiflflaK i COY S. SANDERS, Insurance and Real Estate, LANCASTER, KY. REMEDYFORMEN. "AT YOUR 1 miMUIIMWIWIIIH v - v - iiil