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JT f& .? - T i i TlIE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1860.57th VILLA'S DEATH IS UNCONFIRMED Year.-- No. 31 &. iCCe- - Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, April 18, 1916 SPECIAL COMMITTEE NAMED 7rfiv Tuesd BUYS LYTLE FARM. The real estate firm of Hughes & McCarty sold, last week to Elmer A. Miller of Wisconsin, what is known as the Lytle farm, on the Knob Lick pike for $10,000.00. Mr. Miller has been here consulting with this firm about a week and after being shown man farms finally selected this place. This is a fine piece of dirt and all will be glad to welcome such men as Mr. Miller to the community. Mr. Miller will get possession January 1, 1917. -A- c$ and Fridays Farm and Stock News TO ANNOUNCE NEXT WEEK W. L. Neal of the West End, sold 150-pound CENTRE COLLEGE ' fc y to Yowell & Eads, 20 Senator Montgomery Says He Will Report Comes Out of Mexico That hogs at $8.40. 'Babe" DeBorde Passes Away at His At the formal congregational meet- Undefeated Stanford High School Formally Get Into Race for ConBandit's Body Was Found, But Nine to Go Against Fast ComJoe Gann, of the West End, sold a ing of the Danville Christian church Home In East End Friday Afgress in 8th, at That Time pair of mules to Mitchell Taylor Proof Is Hard To Get. held Sunday, the action of the Offipany Here Friday. ter Lengthy Illness. Monday. cial Board in accepting The resignaG. B. Cooper purcnased last week Senator Charles F. Montgomery, tion of Dr. H. C. Garrison, was apConfirmation of the report that The Stanford High School base The death of Leon C. DeBorde at the body of Villa had been found was from a Highland party, a sow and of Liberty, stopped by in Stanford proved, since it was shown that Dr. ball team has been sweeping all opCrab Orchard last Friday night came a few minutes Monday morning en Garrison earnestly desired it to be position before so far this season, lacking Monday night at El Paso, eight pigs for $25. as a great shock and source of sinJ. S. Murphy of the West End sold route from his' home to Frankfort, done. The church also approved the having won every game played to Juarez and Chihuahua. United States cere regret and grief to the host of Consul Letcher, at the latter place, i to D. C Allen 200 fleeces of wool where he is attending the sessions of appointment by the board and the date. Hustonville has been beaten friends of this popular young man the .senate which is trying the im- deacons of a special committee the twice, the Deaf boys twice, and at said he had heard nothing of the re - 'at 40 cents. both in the East End and here where I port It is claimed that the wires ' Harry Frye, of the Hubble section peachment charges against County purpose of which shall be to look Mt. Vernon Saturday the mountain- CENT he lived a number of years ago. ADS are down between Juarez and Chi - bought a pony from Frank Fox, of Judge J. E. Williams, of McCreary over the field with a view of secur- eers were taken into camp by the Known to his friends and relatives j county. He talked with friends here ing a new pastor. Relations between tight score of 10 to 9, n a game re- (Ads here are x cent a word each is- for years as "Babe," few more pophuahua. Mexicans express confi - , Danville, for $35 W. T. Tucker, went up to Knox - ' regarding his race for the Democrat- - Dr. Garrison and his congregation plete with errors and weird plays. sue, cash with order; no ad. less dence in the report that Villa is ular young men had ever been rearthan 25c each issue.) ville Tuesday to buy a load of cat- - ic nomination for Congress. Senator will not be finally severed until fall, dead. will The real contest of the season, ed in the East End. Genial, whole-soule- d, Montgomery stated that his formal however, it isf the expectation, come here Friday, however, when the Six Mexicans, who are said to have i tie if he can find what he wants, companionable, a steadfast WANTED. Grass for 35 head of friend always, Vo know him was to be confessed implication in the raid on p. Hood Gordon, of the Richmond announcement as a candidate will be which will give him ample time to strong Centre College team of Dand cattle. W. M. Bright. 31-- 2 his friend and it was true that they Columbus, N. M., have been arrest- -' stock yards, was over late last week made next week, and that he is great- make arrangements to move to a ville will cross bats with the local ly pleased with the strong assurances more congenial clime, and at the. high school lads. Centre has a strong j ed by New Mexico authorities. were numbered by his acquaintances. looking for a bunch of sheep. of support he is receiving from all same time give the church's special aggregation of ball tossers this seacottage Years ago when his father, the late Army officers at Gen. Pershing's FOR RENT. Four-rooTraylor bought of M. a'T. state that Maj. Frank !m'an the latter part of last week, a over the district. He said that as committee ample leisure to weigh son and of course, on dope, should on East Main street. Apply to Geo. Col. George DeBorde, was jailer of Tompkins received a written threat sow and 10 pigs, paying $37.50 for soon as his formal announcement is well the qualifications of those who figure to put it all over the high D. Florence Gdn, Stanford. 22tf the county, the young man lived in made, he will inaugurate a speaking may be considered for the vacancy school lads, who are much younger from the commander of the Carranza ' them. j Stanford, and many of the men now I garrison at Parral that his men would j I. M. Gaines of the Long Lick sec-b- e campaign and endeavor during the in the pastorate. The special com- and less experienced in the great POSTED Against fishing, hunting who were boys at that time, will ' attacked if they entered the city, tion of Scott countv. rp.nnrts that three and a half months which will mittee which will have this duty in national pastime. The local team or trespassing. M. D. Elmore, Stanhave a tender spot in their hand is composed of several of the this season, however is far above the and that they were ambushed. hearts for "Babe," who was a gen-jer- al he has a ewe which gave birth to a elaPse before the primary is held 28-3- p ford, the first Saturday in August to speak best known and most prominent average and will put up the game of It is reported that typhoid fever lamb weighing 22 pounds. favorite with all. From his members the Danville congregais becoming epidemic in Mexico, en- rsplendid father, he inherited his un At Mt. Sterling, Maple Hill Farm, j in every scno1 house in the district tion. Mr.ofGus Rogers is chairman its life, and the Centre nine will find FOR SALE. One 1914 Ford tout- compromising t dangering alike the United States sold a yearling trotting filly by Pe- - and to shake the hands of as many Demdcracy, and his that it has no easy picking to ing car in good running shape. H. party had Senator of the committee and the other memas is possible. troops and the natives. Montgomery, to Ed Willis, for democrats few more effective workit. Additional interest will be ter 30-- tf Unofficial messages received Sun-- ! $1,000. Willis bought the filly for Montgomery said that already many bers are Messrs. Richard Cobb, Jas. given the game by reason of the fact C. Carpenter, Stanford. ers or champions in the East End of H. Baughman, L. C. Bosley, and J. of his friends over this district are day at Juarez over the Mexican tel-- . Foushee Bros., of Lexington. the county than he. Spalding Hill, an old Stanford that making organizations for him in A. Robinson. FOR SALE. 16 nice shoats, aveThe deceased was only 30 years egraph lines from Chihuahua stated High man, is playing third base on J. Elmer Boardman, of near Little ' their counties and are telling him dead,, that his burial' Uncle.j hmiP-hf- . season and is raging 100 pounds or more. J. T. of age, but for years had been a victhat Villa is the Centre team this nair of work nuiloc in .. . V, ... x. 31-l- p tim of asthmatic rheumatism, and place had been betrayed by a former Carlisle, for $325. Mr. Boardman that his prospects are splendid all WANT OIL ON THE STREETS said to be distinguishing himself by Livingston, Danville pike. over the district. death came as a relief to his tortured Villa officer and that the body had j also paid $65 for a black bull from a his fast work. Already much intere Block of Business Men Prove est has been aroused in the forthFrom here Senator Montgomery been recovered. It was reported the . Nicholas farmer. FOR SALE. A good cream sepa- frame. He bore his sufferings braveh went to Danville, where he remain- Themselves Very Progressive body was being brought into Cusi coming game, for this is the first time rator and a lot of nice ponies. M. S. ly, however, and few realized Jav Weil, of Lexington, was over ' ed a few hours, meeting friends and he was suffering at times. He in many years that Centre's Varsity Baughman. huiriachic, and would eventually be earlv in the week and boucht from 28-- 3 The merchants and business men team has condescended, to come to was the youngest child of the fambrought to Chihuahua City. Wash - ; T. W. Jones, of this city, a herd of advising leading democrats of his ily and the favorite of all. His broington announces that United States j 36 fclain steers, that averaged candidacy. The Danville Advocate on the block between Depot street Stanford for a game with the high GRASS. I have 125 acres of grass said of his visit there: and Mill street are among the most school team. The Mt. Vernon team troops will be withdrawn from Mexi- - around 600 pounds, at 7 cents. . thers and sisters are Jailer George ' "Senator Charles F. Montgomery, progressive in Stanford. Seeing lit will play here Wednesday against land I want to rent for grazing. F. DeBorde, of this city, John and -' co at once if the report is confirmed Harry Frye, near Hubble, has en John S. Sharp, Stanford, R. D. No. 2 Henry DeBorde, of Crab Orchard, gaged 60 head of lambs to Johnston of Casey county, was in Danville a tle chance for oiling of the streets Stanford. that Villa is dead. 31-- lt Misses Salile and Bettie DeBorde, of The box scores of the two games The information was received by and Whitehouse. of Bovle. at S9. ?hort time Monday morning en unless something heroic is done, Proroute to Frankfort where he is sit prietor E. C. Jordan, of the St. Asaph against the Deaf boys follow. In Crab Orchard, and Mrs. Holdam StuMexican Consul Garcia. The news They are to go the 10th to 20th of FOR RENT. Storeroom and nice art, of Long Beach, Cal. ting on the impeachment trial of hotel, circulated a subscription pa- the second game played here, Gover came in dispatches from telegraph June soda fountain; best per among the business men on the held them hitless and put up a fine little An immense throng attended tha operators at Madera and Cusihuir-- i J. Lee Murphy of the Hedgeville Judge Williams, of McCreary location in Crab Orchard. S. J. Ta-te- funeral services of this popular tv- came by block, and secured the signatures of exhibition in the box. The scores: Senator Montgomery section, sold a cow and calf to J. G. 29-- 3 Crab Orchard, Ky. young man held at the family home It was a force of Carranza sol- -' Cunningham, of Boyle, for $60, and Lincoln where he conferred with a nearly all of them to a sufficient AB R H PO A E S. D. K. Sunday afternoon. Brief yet imwho engaged the little detach- - two heifers to Oatts & Robinson, for number of friends in regard to his amount to put down oil. The grease Sams, ss diers 0 0 0 0 3 0 nom- - was applied last week and when the j candidacy for the democratic LOST. Certificate of stock in the pressive services were conducted by cavalry at Parral $66. ment of American Kannapell, lb.... 4 ' 0 0 7 0 0 American Saddle Horse Breeders' As- J." C. McClary, after which the morJoe Newell, a popular and pro- - ination for congress, which, he says, high wind hits town all of the rest Miller, p last Wednesday in a regularly or- 200 4 will be formally announced next suffer except those business men on sociation. Reward for return to W. tal remains were laid to rest in Crab ganized action, according to a detail- -' gressive farmer of the Milledgeville 0 0 7 ' week. 31-- 1 Orchard cemetery. The pallbearers Senator Montgomery says that block. Plans are said to be un- Bavron, c ....... 2 O. Walker, Stanford. ed report written by Maj. Frank , section, was in Stanford on business 0 0 4 260 were Charley Buchanan, James G. way by which the Woman's Club B. Smith, 3b he has had remarkable der Tompkins and forwarded by Gen. late last week. He says that he has that 0 Farquhar, 2b .... 2 0 0 THERE will be work in the Page Herrin, Thomas H. Bronaugh, J. M. to Gen. Funston. Forty of ' engaged the wool from 21 sheep at ances of support from all over the and the City Council may through Ewing, If 300000 e. is con- .Eighth distridt and that he secure necessary funds and Esquire Ranks at the K. of P Collier, Clyde Morgan and Ed the Mexican soldiers, including one 39 cents a pound. 0 0 0 3 A. Smith, rf - whole" lodge Thursday night, and. all onemto oil theMajor, werekilled "the refreatihgi" Henry Baughman, of Hustonville, .ndent that he will be nominated. 0 '0 Brissy,' cf ' CxZ&iO-Z-J)-- ' bers are requested to be present. 31-- T engaged his lambs to Yowell & Ports brought here by prominent improvement which is felt to be alThe American casual-'ha- s ROUT BISHOP. ties were two killed and six wounded Eads, of the West End at 10 cents, democratic politicians from this end most a necessity since the benefits 28 1 0 24 9 1 Total Miss Mary E. Rout, of the Peyton's including Maj. Tompkins. His wound to go the 15th of June. He also of the district are very encouraging of oiling were so clearly demonstraPIGS Two shoats came Well neighborhood, who has been visAB R H PO A E S. H. S. was, slight. 'sold his wool to the same firm at to Montgomery. Leading democrats ted last summer and the citizens and to my place about a month ago. Own- iting her cousins, Mrs. W. B. and of Lincoln county say that if Con- - taxpayers will undoubtedly approve J. Embry, If .... 4 2 2 er can get same by paying for this President Wilson is willing to 40 cents a pound. 0 0 notice and their keep. 2 Miss Sallie Hawkins at Corbin, for 4 1 0 W. M. Hol-laHutchings and Layton, of Boyle, gressman Helm makes the race tor any legitimate steps taken to secure Shanks, cf treat with Carranza on two points, Cook Farm on Dix river. 30-0 203 5 several weeks, was married in the Gover, p Senator Montgomery funds to oil the AYholal city. the limit of distance to be covered bought last week 28 fancy heifers renominatfon, parlors of the Hotel Atkin, in Knox-vill- e, 35 Perkins, 3b ...... 4 by the American expeditionary force from Perk Ingram at $8 a hundred, who is himself a native of Lincoln, ftHfsftcni, DAY S. Embry, lb .... 4 2 2 9 0 Wednesday morning, to Mr. BULL. I am standing a black in its chase of Villa and the with-- , The heifers will average 850 pounds will run him a neck and neck race DANVILLE HO 32213 Dozier, ss Polled Angus Bull at $1 at the Widow Samuel Bishop, Sr., of the same seca big Horse Show DdKOK-oiienfdrawal of the American troops with- - and are to be delivered within 10 in that county. In other neighboring 1 1 2 ' counties, reports are that there is a Smith place on the Lancaster pke. B. tion of Lincoln county. The Rev. Kkiy. As us C. Hill. 2b. crowd to Danvill in "a reasonable time." The Presi- - days. Roy G. Henderson, of the Fifth ave0 G. Gover. 0 0 4 29-nomi-entiCash, c T... ual there was littji ejBTeitW ing on J. Stewart R. Hanson, of the West tremendous sentiment for the dent's decision was reached after the 0 nue Presbyterian church performed 0 0 2 v. that market, but fj22ittf Ja plug Tucker, rf situation had been gone over End, has engaged 44 lambs to Yow- - nation of Senator Montgomery." iv 0 0 0 0 the ceremony, which was a beautiful 0 2 ' ?J. W. H. Cash, rf horses were qui by the Cabinet and other Government ell & Eads, of Hustonville, to go the ' FOR SALE. The house and lot on and impressive one. The happy cou0 2 0 0 ROOF FIRE QUICKLY PUT OUT. Phillips, of Leba' h hand Noe, 2b advisors. Secretary Baker announc- - 10th to 15th of June at $9.35 a hun- Main street, near the Presbyterian ple . smi- left on the evening's train for UUUgllk ed that in the meanwhile the status dred. D. C. Mullen bought the Han-- 1 Sparks from a chimney set fire to looking for war church, occupied by Lizzie Saulter, the groom's home, near McCormack's 35 8 12 27 13 6 at the time of her death. J. N, SaunTotal of the expedition had not changed, son wool at 40 cents. te shingle roof on the house occupied a half dozen or m HKSi-- mj 100 up IV church. Mrs. Bishop is the only 27-- tf Three-bas- e hits, Do- ders. Summary net nors e show John B. Foster shipped a load of by J. C. Bailey and family about 9 according to grade: that it would continue and no change daughter of the late W. G. Routt and hits, Shanks, S. Emin plan would be made. American beeves to Green, Embry & Company o'clock Monday morning. The blaze was very good. In additk n to the zier; two-bas- e is a woman of charming personalty. troops have been rationed and equip- - at Cincinnati late last week, and . was extinguished before much dam- Danville contingent of h prses head- - bry; hit by pitcher, Sarron, FarquBLACKSMITH and woodwork and She will indeed be a help to the man ped and are being held in readiness went down to see them sell. They i age was done, however. The fire ed by Joe McDowell's CI. loice, quite har; sacrifice hits, Shanks; stolen horseshoeing; grinding points and ' sharpening discs, all done in good of her choice. rom other bases, Farquhar, J. Embry, Perkins, at various point along the border to t brought $8.85 a hundred and crossed alarm was turned in and Stanford's a number were showja style. Call in and try me at the dhis great S. Embry, Dozier, J. Cash, base on Nunnelley shop, near the stock yards. enter Mexico in case of eventualities, the scales at Rowland at 1,350 volunteer department was on the counties, jsiny jur. 30-2- p re from balls, Gover 1, Miller 2; stiiick out J. A. Darnell, Stanford. Heard About 1 own pounds average. scene quickly to do everything, and hnrnpss stallion , fRU nn by Miller 6. Umpire er tooK by Gover 9; MISS LOUISA BISHOP DIES. Les Sloan, a well known youner' quick work was done in putting out T.nnnncor ' . anmi ITSJ. IS J. W. Brown, who left the Preach-ersvil- le LOST. Heavy lap robe, green and from Spragens; Scorer, "Puny" Brown. over A.eui.uvivv'; .Hltl M.V Miss Louisa Bishop, the only re- - farmer and horseman of the Hubble the fire, ' section a short time ago, orblack, between Sam Baugh's and ng most here. Business w; maining sister of Mr. Samuel H. section, bought the young colt Pres- -' Stanford 12 K. S. D. 6 John L. Baugh's on Greasy Ridge. ders the I. J: sent to him at R. F. D. HOUSE DAMAGED AT C. O. I lines all day. H Bishop. Sr.. of the McCormack's ton Gay from Ernest Chrisman last S. H. S. AB R H PO A E niDm Leave at C. M. Young's, Highland, No. 21, Parker City, Ind., where he week. Mr. Crisman bought this j Another house belonging to Mrs. 0 church section, died at his home there 0 6 Shanks, cf 31-- 1 is nicely located on a good farm. and get reward. POOR HORS-Sunday morning, after a lengthy ill- - promising animal at the Dudderar j jonn Buchanan, of Crab Orchard, 2 3 4 Perkins, 3b R. L. Collier, of Crab Orchard, is not That the ness. Miss Bishop was 77 years of sale court day. Mr. Sloan also bought . was badly damaged by fire at the 6 33001 Cover, ss FOR SALE. Privately at resi- took the 2:28 train here Monday afgelding from Ed! East End capital Saturday. It was livelywas proveS4rklBtonimals S. Embry, lb age and was widely beloved by all a 0 0 9 5 dence piano, davenport, library ta- ternoon for Glasgow Junction to look j who knew her. She had been a life-- , Ballard for $110. 0 a tenant house near the site of "Ev- 2 Brown, 2b ., ble, dishes, suite, folding after some telephone poles he is buyL- - Hutchings, of Danville, ship- J- long member of the Christian church 0 3 erybody's House" which was com-2 16 5 1 Cash, c bed, chairs, rockers, druggets, rugs, ing in that section. McCormack's and was a splendid Ped a bunch of extra good hogs to pletely destroyed by fire a few Hutchings, rf.... 5 0 0 0 0 0 book-cashat-racJohn B. Foster was in Cincinnati Brenlin window woman in every way. Funeral ser- - tne Cincinnati market this week. In j Weeks ago. Mrs. Buchanan had this ber of those on 0 0 Rinehart, If shades and fixtures, machine, re- with a load of cattle late last week vices were conducted by Mr. J. C. tne shipment were some of the fol-- ; property well protected by insurance, 40 5 2 Dozier, p cooking uten- and was accompanied by his son, C. frigerator, cook-stovMcClary at the residence of Mr. lowing: 86 head bought of Durham j and the loss was fully covered. 0 0 0 4 J. Embry, If coal-o- il stove (four burners, H. Foster, who went to see about sils, Bisop Monday morning at nine & Evans, that averaged 175 pounds large oven,) linoleum, two heating more pictures for his opera house 8 4 cents a pound; 35 head j difference how many It makes little o'clock, after which the remains were at .48 12 15 27 9 2 stoves, lawn mower, porch settees, patrons. Total taken to Pulaski county for burial, bought from Charles W. Black, that fires you have if you keep your prop- AB R H PO A E etc. Call any time. Mrs. Lena PalK. S. D, Rev. R. R. Noel went up to Paint averaged 140 pounds, at 8 2 cents erty protected with J. D. Wearen, on exhibitionHjXnf handsome Sams, ss 1 5 20 31-- 3 Lick yesterday to eat birthday dinner ' jacks mer Campbell. the Insurance Man of Stanford. 31-- 1 yearling mules by TOM HELM IN BAD IN DANVILLE a pound. 2 5 0 25 with his daughter, Mrs. James B. and they attracted nulch;attentfon. Boltz, 2b 4 Tom Helm, a Stanford negro, was' The lare tobacco barn on the. B. Smith, p; cf 5 Woods. Rev. Noel is 74 years old The crowd in townBHfcrfttlie: occasion IREA TEACHERS teaching in the rural today and the I. J. will wager that given 60 days in the workhouse and farm belonging to D. J. Edwin Cald- 5 1 2 16 0 M. Lee, lb )se of county, school News has been received from was small as compj schools in Lincoln a heavy fine t Danville late last ' wel1' near Penyville, was burned. Miller, cf; p...... 5 0 2 1 0 year ending June30th, 1917, who at- Mrs. Woods had a great repast for occasions barn was 12 feet lonS and 60Bellevue that Prof. J W. Ireland former week, when he was caught there try-Th- e 2 3 Faarquhar, c .... 5 tend the full session of the K. E. A. him. supermten-A- . 0 2 ing to sell some whisky. Policeman feet wide- - The oriSin of the fire is has just been 1 0 5 and K. N. E. A., held in Louisville, A. Smith, If W. H. Murphy, of the Turnersville THE CHR1 I Caldwell's loss is dent of the city schools there Prof Ky., April 19, 20, 21, 22, will receive C. Alford, formerly of this city, unknown. Mr. 22 4 section, is quite ill of what is feared the Ewing, 3b at Good prices one dollar per 'month in addition to and who is making a splendid official S1'000 to S1'200 with n0 insurance. Ireland headed the Stanford school sale 40010 regular salary. All teachers are to be pneumonia, at te home of Mr. Ian, near Brissey, rf of Mrs. Me for seven or eight years and has a at Danville, says that when Helm!A lot of farminS implements in the , host of friends here who will be glad Hedgeville last urged to attend. The trustees are and Mrs. F. K. Tribble. Mr. and jee Mur-- g .'. was taken into custory he had 13 barn belonging to J,. A. Brandy also 43 6 12 27 16 5 also asked to attend these meetings. Mrs. Murphy and little son, drove Total threeA) kiiuw mat. ue lb uuuig liib sciiue phy bought at Everybody attend and help in the quarts of whisky in a grip and three were Durneu. week-en- d Score b,y Innings. with the mules im Castel- fine work for Bellevue that he did year-ol- d good work. Reduced rates. G. Sin- over to spend the pints in his clothes. S. H. S..... 10401003 312 16 2 gleton, Supt. Tribbles, and Mr. Murphy was strick30-L65 for a lo, now of Mc for Stanford so long. CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET. 6 12 5 en while there and had to be placed rse; cows K. S. D... 31000100 1 seven-- 1 sorrel AVOID SPRING COLDS Hogs Receipts, 5,000; market Summary: Two-bas- e hits, Perkins the care of a physician. He irse $88; Told That There Was No Cure for under Sudden changes, high winds, shift-- , slow; packers and butchers, $9.60 News of tl" j Churches brought $50; KQ 9 Gover, Brown, Farquhar; three-bas- e has been in poor health for some " ' one " Him. ing seasons cause colds and grippe, 9.85; common to choice, $79.10; k Presbyterian Church. or about hits, Gover, Perkins, S. Embry; home-run- s, year-ol-d cattle "After suffering for over 20 years time. and these spring colds are annoying t pigs and lights, $69.35; stags, $6 service on Wednesday evening, at Dozizer, Farquhar; stolen fith. indigestion and having some of ;ck hogs Cattltj Receipts, 1,600; 7:30 o'clock. Leader, Mr. J. B. Pax-to- 8 cents per pd 6.75. and dangerous and are likely to turn bases, Cash, Lee, A. Smith; struck Chamberlain's Cough Remedy pound; brought aroundl the best doctors here tell me there into a chronic summer cough. In market fairly active: steers. $5.75 nemp, out, by Dozier 15; by B. Smith 2, by was no cure for me. I think, it only From a small beginning the sale corn $4.00 the! le such cases take a treatment of Dr. '9. heifers, $5.758.85; cows, $4.75 ?nts sold Miller 1; sacrifice hits, Brissey, right to tell you for the sake of oth- and use of this remedy has extended $12 a ton. Fad 5.?DSSS.amftS28Si!7.2B; calves strong at $510.75. JERSEYS and Mules For Sale. high. Hutchings; sacrifice fly, Farquhar; er sufferers as well as your own sat- to all parts of the United States and cough, checks the cold and helps ! Sheep Receipts, 600. Market stea One good fresh cow and four choice hit by pitcher, Sams and Boltz by isfaction that a 25 cent bottle of to many foreign countries. When you break up an attack of grippe. Its dy at $4.50 8.00; lambs, steady, yearling! heifers; one pair Dozier, Brown and Cash by B. Smith; Chamberlain's Tablets not only re- have neeVl of such a medicine give The total cast already prepared, no mixing or fuss- at $610.15. horse nrules, broke; and four three- - far are reported left on bases, S. H. S. 9, K. S. D. 10; lieved me but cured me withinoftwo Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a trial ing. Just ask youb druggist for a 60 and you will understand why although am a man year-old-s, time of game 1:55. Umpire, Van months writes Jul.I Grobien, Houston, become so popular for coughs, it has unbroke. A. W. Carpen- - 000 lives, and the GJ bottle of Dr. Xing's New Discovery. years," colds, Look at the label on your I. J. ter, MoreHand, Ky. 30-- 1 Tested and tried for over 40 years. Pelt; Scorer, G. G. Kannapell. captured it yet. and croup. Obtainable everywhere. Texas. Obtainable everywhere. -WORD 700-pounChris-headquarte- To Look Over Field and Recommend New Pastor at Danville. TO PLAY HERE POPULAR CRAB I ncrHADn orvv rs m J al-jwa- ys ! de1-fea- I ! 0-- ..W---- how-muc- , coun-iachi- c. up-to-d- m, I ! 10 . assur-Pershi- ng IWlfiarVan 10 12 10 Dye-hous- - 40-pou- nd 110 I n, 2t 11 c re j t m-- j twm "l 11 19 10 10 4t c 11 , 1 I . I , 1 breKKgpt 110110 10 10 10 four-year-o- ld at 13 12 11 bed-roo- m diKHHpe 10 e, k, e, 3-- 1-- 12 110 ed 13 11 -- 2t J Mid-Wee- . n. i 'I K v as:e Two , The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, April 18, 1916 THE IRON CLAW EIGHTH 'EPISODE Condensed Report of The Condition of The Stroke of Twelve. Enoch Golden Had never been known fighter. He was, in as a fact, of that pertinacious breed who fight best when half defeated. And as he grew into a fuller realization of the virulence of Jules Legar's hatred for him and his house, he proceeded to take more effective steps to protect himself. One of his precautions was to place an armed guard about the home which had been repeatedly and audaciously invaded by Legar and his agents. But the mere posting of a couple of paid sentinels about his doors did not mark the limit of his activities. He strove for still more substantial protection by installing in one of the upper rooms of his house a huge burglar-proof vault of chromium steel. The installation of so ponderous a vault, however, involved much material strengthening of a structure not primarily designed for the support of seven-tosafes, and for days a small body of expert workmen had been busy putting in pillars and girders and disguising these ponderous supports under a veneer of mahogany ceiling beams and oriental teakwood columns. In the ornamentation of the latter, in fact, the owner of the house found a valued assistant in Count Luigi Da Espares who, with his finished taste and his knowledge of the fine arts, advanced many suggestions for beautifying what might otherwise have been an ungainly and cumbersome innovation. It was Margery Golden, even more than her father, to whom Da Espares, in these small efforts, looked for gratitude. And the more Margery Golden saw of that gallant young antiquarian the more mysteriously impressed she became. David Manley, who was not altogether ignorant of this new turn in the tide of events, found little to add to his happiness in this evergrowing Intimacy between Margery and her guest. For Manley, by this time, did more than merely distrust Da Espares; he hated him. These vague misgivings of Man-leyextended even to the costume dinner-dancwhich this esthetic foreigner undertook to engineer for Margery's amusement. And in talking over his plans with Golden himself, as the latter was making ready for one of his hurried trips to Washington, the young nobleman even ventured the hope that this fete might be made the occasion of an even more auspicious announcement. But the morose-eye- d old millionaire did not quite follow the other's line of thought. So Da Espares was driven to the expedient of openly yet courteously requesting the privilege of pressing his suit for the hand of this fairest daughter of America. "What d'you mean by that?" demanded the astounded financier. "Are you trying to tell me that you want to marry my daughter?" "That is the honor of which I have dreamed," was Da Espares' quietly intoned reply. "Well, the point is, has my Margery been dreaming along the same line?" "That I cannot venture to say," replied that unctuously gallant suitor. "Well, in America that's about the first thing that counts! And I guess we'd better call off this courtship talk until we find out how the girl feels half-hearte- d n 's e foreigner swurg The Margery Golden stepped a about as little wonderingly into the room. soft-spoke- "TEen what is he doing here?" "That, monsieur, concerns mostly the young lady for whom I have sent!" n Lincoln County NationalBank, On March 7, 1916. RESOURCES: Interest-bearin-g obligations due bank f$480,090;35 10,750 00 Banking House and Equipment 73,547 65 Available Cash Assets pares, "is the nan of whom I spoke to you. As your friend here protests, this man has been a tool of Legar's. But he has tired of being the servant of so evil a man. He now seeks to have the state extend its pardon to him. And as a price for this pardon he is willing to deliver into our hands Jules Legar!" "But what is the plan?" asked the girl, with a touch of impatience. Da Espares, with upthrust shoulders, looked from the one to the other. "It is a plan which we had thought it wise td keep a secret," he suavely "This, Miss Golden," said Da Es- $564,388 00 LIABILITIES: Capital, Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits $179,878 98,600 285,909 $564,388 98 00 02 00 "Corner Next To Court House." Stanford, Kentucky How to Cure Coughs and Colds. Keep out of Drafts. Avoid Exposure. Eat and Live Right and Take Dr. King's New Discovery. You catch cold because your system is below normal and finds itself unable to throw off the cold germs. To recover you should first take a remedy to kill the germs. Then be careful of your eating. Avoid exposure. Go to bed early and jave your strength in every possible way. To kill the germs take Dr. King's New Just the minute Dr. King's Ney Disthe cold germs they begin to shrivel and die. Your irritation ceases. covery touches authorities there. In five minutes he was in his own car, hastening to a conference with central office itself. In another five minutes, on learning from Wilson over the wire that Da Espares and explained. right Margery had already left the house In "Mr. Manley has earned the to be included in any secrets which the limousine, Manley had his car may involve the capture of Legar," filled with armed men Margery Golden quietly assured the from the central office and was speedfaintly smiling count, who bowed in ing out through the city as fast as a acquiescence. And realizing the note motor could carry him. As they swept of authority in that reply, he outlined up the dusty approach to the bridge the plan in as few words as possible. they even saw that they were none That plan, with Red Egan as their too soon. . For already, in the bright afternoon emissary, was not a complicated one. Legar's gang was sunlight, they could make out a glimThis renegade from e chief and report mering limousine as it came to a stop to go to his that Margery Golden might be found at the end of the bridge. They could at such and such a spot, at such and see a somewhat hesitating and white-face- d girl step from this limousine at such a time. She would be alone. And the same moment that they caught to Legar and his men, waiting there, it would seem a simple enough matter sight of a group of men emerge quickto recapture the girl. But that cap- ly from the shrubbery at the end of ture would never be effected. For a the bridge itself. These men, spreading out fanlike. squad of police would be- held there, swept past the limousine in which Da arin hiding, and when the moment . . .. spares ana the chaufteur were still rived, they would promptly surround Legar andNhis men and put them seated. Four of them, rounding the car, cut off the girl's avenue of retreat. where they belonged. "In other words, monsieur, what we Another four advanced on her from at tho same time that propose to do is to set a .trap, and the bridge-end- , when this Iron Claw is about to gather a fifth man leaped to the running in his prey, he himself will be gath- board and started to struggle with the plain-clothe- s old-tim- coveries. The first was that the appointed time for the coup had been suddenly changed to an hour earlier. The second was that the trap for Legar was not to be set along the wooded road leading up to the clubhouse'of the Greenoch golf links, as first decided upon. But Margery Golden was to motor alone to tho west end of the turnpike bridge and there encounter her enemy of the Iron Claw. And the police, Da Espares assured her, had been duly warned as to the change of location. Manley, on overhearing that declaration, promptly called up headquarters and made the startling discovery that no such message had gone in to the old-tim- e 7i flow to avoid &percttwns These Three Women Tell How They Escaped the Dreadful Ordeal of Surgical Operations. Hospitals are great and necessary institutions, but they should be the last resort for women who suffer with ills peculiar to their sex. Many letters on file in the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., prove that a great number of women after they have been recommended to submit to an operation have been made well by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Here are three such letters. All sick women should read them. Marinette, "Wis. "I went to the doctor and he told me I must have an operation for a female trouble, and I hated to have it done as I had been married only a short time. I would have terrible pains and my hands and feet were cold all the time. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and was cured, and I feel better in every way. I give you permission to publish my name because I am so thankful that I feel well again." jklrs. Fred Behnke, Marinette, Wis. Detroit. Mich. "When I first took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I was so run down with female troubles that I could not do anything, and our doctor said I would have to undergo an operation. I could hardly walk without help so when I read about the Vegetable Compound and what it had done for others I thought I would try it. I got a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and a package of Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative "Wash and used them according to directions. They helped me and today I am able to do all my work and I am welL" 9S9 Milwaukee Ave., East, Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Thos. I)y-veIellevue, Pa. " I suffered more than tongue can tell with terrible bearing down pains and inflammation. I tried several doctors and they all told me the same story, that I never could get well without an operation and I just dreaded the thought of that. I also tried a good many other medicines that were recommended to me and none of them helped me until a friend advised me to give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial. The first bottle helped, I kept taking it and now I don't know what it is to be sick any more and I am picking up in weight. I am 20 years old and weigh 145 pounds. It will be the greatest pleasure to me if I can have the opportunity to recommend it to any other suffering woman." Miss Ikexe FnoELicnER, 1923 Manhattan St., North Side, Bellevue, Pa. r, i The cough eases and you begin to get better. Dr. King's New Discovery is jusfc laxative enough to expel the dead germs and poisonous secretions. Discovery. The ingredients in Dr. King's New Discovery make it an excellent cough and cold remedy. Don't endure the annoyance of coughs and colds. Don't keep on suffering. Don't take the risk of more serious illness. Take Dr. King's New Discovery. Watch your eating and habits. You will find your cough and cold under easy and natural control and be assured of a speedy recovery. At all druggists. ered in." "You propose to set a trap," repeated the incredulous Manley, "and you also calmly propose to take this unprotected young girl and use her as the bait for that trap!" "On tha contrary, monsieur, she will not be unprotected. Many duly appointed officers of the law will be there. And, as I have already explained to her, I also will be there. And Miss Golden, I think, knows that I would readily give up my life for the sake of keeping her from harm!" 'Us that the way you feel about it?" demanded Manley, swinging about to the slightly frowning girl. "Count Da Espares and I will carry out this plan, and we will carry it out, I hope, quite as successfully as we may carry out still other plans. And in the count's hands I shall always feel that I am fully protected!'' David Manley, thus dismissed, had the dubious satisfaction of knowing a mess that.,he Ua4. oncefmore-mad- e of things. Yet he did not remain altogether inactive. He watched his chance and Quietly installed a dictaphone in the room, attaching the transmitter-disto the underside of the desk ledge where Da Espares did most of his talkwires ing, and running his down throuctaij'tke- floor to a linen ... .. rik well-hidde- n I chauffeur. Even as he stared at that quickly shifting scene Manley cculd make out the figure of Legar himself. He could see the Iron Claw reach out for the startled figure of the girl, crouched back against the bridge railing, even as his own leaped from the approach to the bridge timbers themselves. He could also make out Da Espares' sudden leap from the waiting limousine. Manley, on beholding this, gave a cry of warning to the plainclothes men about him, for he could plainly see the glint of a revolver in Da Espares' hand. But Da Espares, as that car of deliverance thundered on across the bridge, did not turn to face it. Instead, he fought his way through the circle of burly figures surrounding Margery Golden. He fought and shouldered his way through to the side of the girl even as Legar reached for her shrinking body. He struck blindly at that outstretched arm, struck still again at Legar's face, at tho same moment that Manley's car shuddered to a stop and the- - armed men from its tonheau leaped into the light. (To Be Continued Friday) car-whee- ls 4 3Ietl. Co. (confidential L.yim, Mass. Your letter will ho opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. t he season of 1910 at auiuic juai uatn. ui .n. i . ii uiiuci- No. 6053 ley's house on Lancaster street, i Money due at birth of colt or when Rowland Peavine chestnut stal- mare is parted with or bred to other lion; star and snip, foaled May 14, stock. 1912. Sired by Rex Peavine 1796, j Grass at 10 cents per day. by Rex McDonald 833, by Rex Den- J. C. BAILEY, Stanford, Kentucky mark 840. 1st dam, Bourboniste 9297 (full ON account of mother's illness, I sister to Bourbon's Best) by Bour- take this method of applying for a bon Chief 976, by Harrison Chief school. Trustees wanting an experi1606, by Clark Chief 89. 2nd dam, Judy Oliver 6407,' by Red enced teacher, holding a first, write Cloud 2197, Indian Chief 1718. me; references given. Fannie Young, 3rd dam. by Wilson's King 2197. 19-- 4 4th dam, daughter of Sims' Clark Waynesburg, Ky. Chief 2575. Rowland Peavine is a beautiful L. & Co., chestnut with star and snip. Stands ' 15.3, weighs 1,050; four year old. As $ you will see trom rne breeding, he has the blood of the best show horses of Kentucky and is one himself. You should see this horse before booking If you would like special advice write to Ijydia E. Pinlcham ROWLAND PEAVINE .J. kite 4 i closet.i,' Fever-dependab- le ... How's This? WSm Bm about it!" -- ALL PEAVINE 4092 SIRE, REX PEAVINE DAM, LUCY WELLS, BY PEAVINE, 85 All Peavine needs no introduction 'to people of Kentucky. His long list of champion colts at such fairs as Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, Ky.. and Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Ky., is the best recommendation a stallion can have. FEE, $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVE COLT. The disappointed, but not disheartened, count, accordingly, proceeded quietly yet earnestly to sound Margery Golden herself. as to her feelings in the matter. But here, toe, he was met with a reply which, if graciously worded, was at least noncommittal. "But you at least know that I wish to bring you happiness, that I was your friend in the past, that always in the future I want to be your son th !or him. There scovery that police ley m headq actually been com- Sl and that the feint for municd Legar'si tJe,fhpwever its end, was NAT. HANK OK COMMERCE. intendeaKtl) Toledo, Uliio. 'every sign of sin- cerity. , y, 1 Safe'. tlall's Catarrli Cure is tn1.cn internally, actlns of the blood iiml mumus BeforgfamoWwrthour slipped by, how- - directly upon Testimonials M'lit free. Mirfacos 75 I'riee the system. Id lij all I)rnsslt. - cents per bottU ever. Man two further disyour mare. - '' " tf- constipation. Take Hair '" 3 L wiiMan- - We offer One Hundred Dollars Howard for any case of l .itarrli tli.it cannot bt cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. 1 . J. CIinXEV & CO.. Toledo, O. F. J. We. the undersigned, h.ne known Cheney for the last 15 J car. :ind believe him perfectly honorable in :il' business transactions and tiiianci.illy able to carry out any obligations made by bis tirm. J. Beazley i"rry M ey-aaa- de '- - Yaur Easter Hat Is Here 3 f I Breeders of saddle horses rarely ever have the opportunity to breed to a horse as fashionably bred at the Undertaker Embalmer small fee of 'Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. $15.00 to Insure a Living Colt BLEUCHER 46158 Record 2:29 4. Trial 2:14 4 Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 4 Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15 4 hands, foaled 1906. Standard Registered Vol. 18 1-3-1-3-- friend!" stand!" Vf "But when friendship remains masked, it remains harder to under"Then the mask may be withdrawn, and withdrawn sooner than you expect." "Just what does that mean?" asked the clear-eyegirl, studying his face. d m .I vSa sS DENMARK CHIEF' A brown stallion, 15.3, white hind feet with plenty bone and con- formation. Sire, Robertson Chief, "as fine a stallion as I ever looked at." Dam, by son of Latham's Denmark. This stallion was bred in Bracken County and of the family of Kate Hamilton, the champion light harness mare of Kentucky for many seasons. In offering this stallion to the people of this community, I believe they have an opportunity to breed good horses. The low fee of $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVE COLT. 1. ,i r Dark Sire : SHIEK, CHAMPION PONY The champion pony of Kentucky for three seasons. That is saying enough for him. And that he is a breeder, I sold. Dr. Chuchmon one of his colts this spring for $200. $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVE COLT. TWO "FINE JACKS Two good mule Jacks at $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVE COLT. Season money due with all the above stock when colt is foaled or mare leaves possession of owner at time of service. R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Ky. THE BEST PLOW FOR THE FARMER, The Chattanooga Chilled Plow Use it on Trial; if not Satisfactory, Corne Back and Get Your Money. GEORGE H. FARRIS. BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. pares' retort. "What has a crook like Red Egan Cot to do with the happiness of this house?" scoffed the irate Manley. "Ami what right have you to bring a tool of Legar's into this room?" But still Da Espares remained outwardly calm.-"Pardon," he replied. "But this man you call Red Egan is no longer a crook and no tenser a tool of And when David Manley happened to catch sight of this stranger deep in talk with Count Da Espares, ho promptly jumped to the conclusion that he had at last discovered something on which to concentrate all his earlier Scotch-mist- s of suspicion. For Da Espares' visitor unmistakably bore the earmarks of the unkempt denizen of the hop-joiand the Bowery saloon. "What is this man doing here?" he asked as he confronted the intruder. "This man is here at my request. And the happiness of .this house depends much on bis visit," was Da Esnt "It means that I am about to make a move which will deliver you and your father from his enemy. And this time I think the plan will succeed." Mysterious as that plan was, it developed through an incident which soon brought things down to (lie plane of the practical. For when the masons and ironworkers who were completing the installation of the new Golden vault returned from their midday meal a stranger stole into the house at their heels. fflftd O Li"s-- Silent Brook Record 2:16 2 Sire of Billv Bnrk 2:03 Shawbay 2:07 Meadow Brook 2:09 Emma Brook 2:09 Lady Zarrine 2:0" Bellbrook 2:10. etc. 1-1-1-- 4. 1-3-1-- Xisht 2858 ot 24. including 2:03 Searchlisht 2:08 Brichtliaht Wilkes 2:09: Val-p- a Hark etc 2:09 Jennv Clay 1-- 4. 1-1-- V Alcyone 632. 2:27 of UO. dams ot bo By St. Elmo 75 Great brood mare Clay 45. 2:29 Sire of 4. dams of 30 1-- Harry 2 Great brood mare Norwood Belle By Xonvood 322 Baron Wilkes 4753. 2:15 Sire of 12 in 2:10. etc. Queen Ethel By Swathmore Dam of Bumps 2:Q3Ji I wA&tf! r iloko Sire 1-- mm V3 77-- Jt Clayo 1-- ' mm 11 lit MM at '' Dam of Lala Watts (2) Bleucher 2:29 2:27 tr. 2:17: out of a to Silent sister half Brook 2:16 1-1-- 24457 of Brenda Yorke Ferno 2:05 2:04 Native Belle (3) 2:0G Silver Silk (4) Monrieo (3) 08 Susie N". (3) 2 : 07 etc. 09 1-1-- 2 1-1-1-1-- wnfce Nutwood 3000 2 :24 3.4. Sln. of Carl Wilkes GItn A Half sister Reddie Brook 2:06 and Clav (4) 2:25 LillT Clay, dam of True 1-- V. Jenny .iay . ? mJTI..UaJr 204 n.ot 1-- 1.0 J'3. 3-- 2:25 1-- 4. 3-- '". Reddie etc "K (4): Clay 1-- 2. 3-- 4l 1-- Wk w x W lin( i beautiful assortment of Easter Mil- ; an m iv new models have iiist arrived. mds are urged to come early and selection for Easter. -- Meadow Brook 2:06 sire of Billy Burk 2:03 Silent Brook 197C9. 2:1G Betty Brook 2:09 Emma Brook 2:09 Lady Zarrine Shawbav 2:07 Silent Brigade (2) 2:10 Marcaret Bathsrate Bellbrook 2:10. Butter Brook 2:10 etc. His dam. Jenny Clay, etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07 (4) 2:11 and was Rrandam of Prue 2:21 produced Reddie Clay 2:25 (winner Kentuckv Brenda orke (3), Moko 24457. sire of Fereno 2:0a i -- .v s:uo 4 iruiurny winner, &i -.- u- ..- -., nuu'c ucc iruuuuj winner; j- .nuey.j Jianrico taj :u iruiuriiy winner.) sm (champton (3) 206 Susie N. (3) 2:09 4 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10. Mobel 2: 10 Silk (4) 2:03 4 (Futuritv winner'i e tr. Momaster 2:11. Siliko (3) 2:11 i.j MiiPtpr MarSired dams of Tlie Harvester 2:01 (champion trottinr stallion.) Vito (4) 2:09 etc Brother to Bumps 2:03 O'Neil (3) 2:13 Baron tha Tipton (4) 2:09 D.. 2:10. etc half in trial mile 2:14 last quarter in Bleucher 46158. record 2:29 32 second, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weish 1100 pounds. . He ;reatlv by resembles his sood sire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, may the sreat Futurity sire Mokd. expect better prices for our Foreisn demand has exhausted the supply and we to breed their mares and to breed them horses in tho future. Our advice to mare owners is proven worth as sires. Bleucher is just the type to produce the to stallions of merit and colts that will supply the demand." His colts have proven fine, with nice head and neck ' and plenty of bone and conformation. This sreat trotting Stallion will make the season of 191C at my stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 1-7 3-1-1-1-1-- 2 3--1-- 2 1-1-n 1-1-1-3-1-1-- 4. 3-- $20 to Insure a Living Colt BARLOWE I will also' stand this beautiful Shetland Stallion for the season of 1916 at my stable in Lancaster, Ky., at $1 0.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT I am prepared to take care of mares on grass at 10 cents a day. Lien retained on colts for service fee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should Ilia May Saunders I STANFORD any occur. W. B. BURTON, Phone 95, Lancaster, Kentucky j&'&Mip- 3s&a-fe1j,. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, April 18, 1916 Page Three hiidren Cry for Fletcher's Farm and Stock News W. D. Mclntyre, of Millersburg, bought a horse mule, for $125; and 12 ewes for $80, from P. Treadway, at Mt. Sterling. Oscar Rankin, of Bourbon, bought this week from Wm. P. Treadway, of Montgomery, 82 head of heifers, at $38.33 per head. The government report forecasts a production of 495,000,000 bushels of wheat this year, compared with 655,045,000 bushels, the estimated production in 1915. Forty head of fine stock sheep and five small lambs died on the cars while being transported from Sparta to Harrodsburg. They were the property of Isaac Miller. In Nicholas county J. J. Wilson bought of J. F. Wilson seven yearling heifers at $33 per head. Bruce Hughes bought several lambs for August delivery at 8 cents. He also bought about 150 fleeces of wool at 40 cents, and sold a cow and calf to Bob Francis for $5J.50. Arthur Mullikin sold a springer and heifer to Neal Overby, of Robertson, for $87.55, and, sold a horse to a Pennsylvania party for $100. John Sunday sold to Vic Ross a dry cow for $55, and to L. S. Clinkerhead, a dry four-year-o- ld The Standard Remedy In Countless Homes RELIEVES CONSTIPATION EASILY WITHOUT GRIPING OR DISCOMFORT. Real Estate For Sale New Bargains Are Advertised In Each Issue. tract, on cood Dike and No. 11012 acres near good town gradmiles from sood town; all lays well; can ed school district. Four room house, in two run machinery over all of it and 40 acres are sheds and barn. Well right at door. crib, land AH Two-storbottom land. residence: lajs well and in cultivation Price $600. No. 113. Two-storbarn 60x30 and all other necessary outbuild-in;s- . nine-rooframe resiThree years insurance on all buildings dence, halls and porches: good cellar, stable, paid up. Good orchard: never-fadinwater wagon and buggy shed; two large cisterns. 10 in all fields and splendid well right at door. acres of land with this plaee; on good pike All buildings and fencing in good shape. Price close to good town; all buildings in -- ood re $3,000; terms right. pair. Price $2,000. Xo. 112. Twn-stnrXo. 97 n.rnnm roc!. frnmw Large blacksmith shop. dence with good basement; two small houses feet, metal ropf and all in good condition.30x9(1 Will of three rooms each with about n nrrps nt anrl- th'S- - See us vabout and large two story barn, frame drop siding Ox tSeJLr This is one of the bestthe P locations in xvv. .hi necessary outouiiaings; well cistern the county for this business and we will make and spring water. All buildings and fencing you a price on this that you could not bein in first class condition. All of this nrntvrtv i to put up the building for. located right in a good town and must be sold. he cor-httne wnole business, price S5.000. Ynn nnrt?l w721 , acres ?f cood ,and KOod lown: 5 in grass couldn't begin to put the buildings up for this in cultivation. Wide frontage on money. Will sell or exchange this property. cood street. Will sell or exchange th.sprop- Hershell-Spillma- n No. 114 Ane first class, comnlete with nr. fl92-7acres of Koo! land, residence of gan and engine, in one of the best territories extra large between sucli business in the state. Barbourville, wea herboarding and plasfer. hall? and porchtor Ky. This cost $2,700 new. Will sell for a es; he house practicallv new and all the song. It is all in cood rnnnintr order and a newly papered; two barns, house for strip? fine chance to make money at the fairs this Ping tobacco; crib; meat house, etc. years. Write us about this. Will sell or give well watered, three ponds and two never fa" you a good exchange on it. ing springs; about 35 acres in grass and No. 99. 500 acres of land. 3 P'end. commu-Sln- n miles of nitvnd1rirtti7ti0,n- Hustonville, Ky., on good pike; 5 houses: 2 of of own. Price per acre one half down and balance them 1 stories, of 6 rooms each and 3 of them of 4 rooms each; 2 large barns; fencing in one and two years. farm ' Indiana: about new and all buildings in irootl shnw wpIi wa. iTi52''-ST.5a- Ff north tered; 30 acres for tobacco; 135 acres in pas- m blue grass: of Louisville: acres a splendid new 15?acre tobacco ture and balance in timber. Trice very cheap; down and balance in 1 and 2 years. ess?A,,ar!V! a- - 7'room. residence and all Ths is a rare bargain and it will pay those who tered "Sd w,e" miles from nave money 10 invest to looK it over. A fine lencea. 1 town nsh-- at the intsection of and riht chance-tmore than double jour money in 2 S?JSKe: two -- ood running full length of two or 3 years. No. 100 170-acrPb bottom Thte uT:sTft0m?-,f,,hfarm right in edge of land good town: splendid farmjand has so -- A brick residence: 5"-" "umage mat it can be easilv ili. 3 halls and front norrh IdvJj. now . 50: old barn 2030r now nnin n,i i,. ....... j vided intoor several small farms. Will seH as a whole divide. IlOUSC and all Other nwpsan- - nii(tii.;i.i;r.n.e .wl t Xo. 56. 200-acre farm; an new; tencing all new and good; never-fail- iiiK waier m every neld on the farm. This SSfftei STL!?.?. . arrp linttnm Innl r.n.1 1 in -- ,. Place lia. 40 level land well drained and balance upland. Ihl. place profed: ana can be easily di-- g yciy mot ran oe cuuiva.eil and no ducing land in Lincoln countv; 85better in ""e acres . three small farms. two1 or rais J1"1 oa,an! n cultivation. This nE;i.. price terms right. good hemp and tobacco farm nn.l nr;ii is a No. 92. ITS n.ria f.nn : .1 produce 12 barrels of corn to the acre. Price of county: in six fields; 90 acres cleared asy terms, it will pay you in cultivation and balance in timber. In and to look at this place. the No. 101. 310 acres oi good pike 5 miles cleared land. 33 acres in pasture and 15 acres in timothy; from Lawrencebnrr. Kv - has of two lm,- - - stories. Best dwellingframethisdwelling county acre tobacco barn an ilo; splendidlv adapted . in end of to grazing. Price S33 per acre and terms bouse,... ...,.,. uuust, . ..wwi hen hnncp of. uanividuibu; crib,o buggy ..i 1. -- "are right "-'"uiaiu. a never No. 102. 254-acr- e farm in Mercer county, failing springs on place. All buildings and v..v...ii m ursi ciass Ky., on good pike: I'lace right K.rnnm on pike and one mile conuilion. from town and R R 2 tenant houses: 2 stock barns and 1 z,l Station.- Prir ntiK-- vr T --.n VVi-. t. ".win 100-totobacco barn: silo. Place well watered and all fencing and bnidings in good shap-10- 0 pa yon to investigate this property. Business Opportunity. acres Bue Grass sod land: 80 acres in ' clover; plenty of locust posts. Price $75 per The famous JIcKinney. Ky. Canning plant ..., ... acre. Will trade for a good farm close to a square contains over 9.000 feet floor space; large engine room and good town in this or other states. All tobacdwelling also on place co and hemp land and all lies well. This is 53.000 worth of machinery and vcr a!'o a good stock farm. i .. ..-- .. 130-acr.No. 10o. farm 2 miles from Stan- WOrth worth n( fnTic nr. f..n.i - i enn . rVlTto..:,.. Of TinTPQ ford on good pike: house of n mnns- - t,,.. 2040 and all necessary outbuildings':' place bushels per day. Tomatoes in this locality ur " well watered; fencing and buildings good ' -- " cents per bushel. tomato i irice o,uuu, a uown ami balance in 1 and On the Tn.irkr frnm l.io in th. rm- - ; .... : 2 vears. ".""!. iuis propsold right away to wind np the Xo. 104 Four large fims ;n Gatrard erty must county, Ky., all making a total acreage of cludingunuciuruier owner, :frice for all in. hrnmf nrwl mwt nrin i 1.340 acres. One of these farms is within a mi'e and a b.ilf of Lancaster an.l ihp ithers wouldn t besin to put buildin-- s and machinery uuiumg oi vacant lot and from o. 6 and 10 miles from Lancaster. These 5" ." places have large tobacco and stocn barns, dwelling. The former owner before his death easily cleared from S2.50O to xr.nnn t, .... nice residences, tenant houses, etc. We will cut any of these farms to suit purchasers. HiILTI- - A PfilMPTi nnnnWi.mtir r .w. UFKVMl4UI,j 1U4 . &ume one. Ask any wholesaler in Louisfille or Lexfn- This is your chance to get the size thnt you want, located to suit the purchaser. Talk '"" auuui, mis uranu. An quickly if yon It io us auout tnese properties for we know want it. price. will not be on the market lone For full particulars, write or we have the right prices and can interest you. at this No. 115. Nice six room residence, halls, see Hughes & ilcCarty, Stanford. No. 84. 100-acr- e farm two miles from Danporches, bath room, etc. Two acres of land; ville. Ky., richest barn; well in back porch; concrete walks, Two storv m the flurllinf part of Boyle co'univ. . . .... frnmp f vn ctc Trice $2,200. porches. Good barn, crib. etc. Splendidly e Xo. 116. farm; three-rooTiouv: and cisicni rigiu at uoor, tnree everlat-mbarn, etc., good well; splendid orchard; one springs, ponds, etc. All lays well and no half cleared ond in cultivation; balance in waste land on it. Fencing good. Also 100 timber. About three miles from Stanford. barrels corn. 50 bales of hay. 25 bales of Price only $700. Xo. 117 Fine residtr ; large b.im; all oats. 18 cattle, 2 good mules. 7 shoats. 2 brood necessary outbuildings: splendid orchard and sows. 3 colts. 1 brood mare, several turning five acres of land. This is an elegant home plows, cultivators, 2 wheat drills, riding cultivator, etc., everything in the way of tools right in Stanford. Price and trms right. farm, too .numerous Xo. 118. One of the best hotels in central that is necessarc to run-to mention. Will turn this place over to Kentuckr. This is a splendid money maker purchaser and move out with household oK and a fine opportunity for the right man. Has Price $14.000 one half down and balance to all the modern conveniences. Will sell this e This is a chance of a. propertv furnished at a. price that will interest suit purchaser to get one of the best farms In central you. It will pay you to look into this matter. Kentucky fully equipped and stocked Xo. 119. Large mill in the best wheat secXo. 69. 71 acres; dwelling; barn tion of the state. 100 barrels capacity and up 4060 and all necessary outbuildings: well to date in every respect; good shipping facilities right on railroad. Can be operated at watered and fenced, right on pike and only Price $6,000. light e.pense. Will sell or exchange for good three miles from Stanford. One half ca-- h and easv terms on balance. farm. No. 80. 53 acres of land, one and a half Xo. 80. 56 acres 1 miles from good town. house; good barn; large drive- story honse of five rooms, porch and good way and all necessary outbuildings: good or- cellar: one small stock barn and tobaceo barn 60x30. chard: two wells and pond: good; acres in All other necessary outbuildings: 3s" grass and cultivation; fine orchard buildings all new. Price $3,500. of over 100 trees, peaches, pears, apples, etc.: e Xo. 120. farm on good pike, splen- well watered and fairly well fenced; a good did community, close to school and church: home, cottage, halls and porches: 2 barns good well located. cloe to schools and in has community Price, only $l,200i each 3622; good well at house and three Xo. .10. 106 aeres of land located right af never failing springs on place. All buildings a good railroad station; residence, and fencing in good repair: good orchard; all one old bam and one new 30x50. with shcti of this farm is in cultivation and grass except ten acres. Price $2,500. Terms are right. on each side; crib, smokehouse, etc.; well wa2 Good orchard; about 10 Xo. 121. A farm of 172 acres: well loca- tered and fenced. ted and rich soil; 22 acres in cultivation and acres of this place in cultivation and balance for grazing. This is a bargain for $30 balance in good timber; splendid orchard: per acre and terms right. small house and fencing fair; whole place well watered. Price $2,300. One half down and tel Xo. 90 Linnietta Springs. The main hohas 30 rooms and four room cottage ir balance to suit purchaser. The grounds consist of about tei X. 122 2,000 acres of coal and timber yard. acres. This property has cost the owner from lapd in Harlan county. Ky. Three veins of first to last over $30,000. Will sell dirt coal: lower vein 33 inches: second vein 48 Ask us about this property. Th inches and third vein 72 inches; close to rail- eheap. price is so cheap you could afford "to move f of this land in good timber and road: balance has been culled. Price 23 per acre. the buildings for it and then make good Xo. 123. We have some good coal and tim- money. Xo. 98. Two-storber land in Knox county, Ky. The owner of residence: garthis land lives in Oklahoma and our instruc- den: well at door and all necessary outbuildings; right at good school, etc. The price-otions from him arc to let it go for what it will this is as cheap as dirt. Will sell, trade bring. It will pay you investors to look into this proposition for the owner has made up or rent, and make right terms. It will pay you to investigate this property. his mind to let it go at your price. Xo. 96. One of the best equipped black10 acre farm on good road close Xo. ill. to town and in graded school district. Has smith shops in this part of the State. It cost $800 to eouip it. including $100 worth of weather-boardenice residence and ceiled; good cellar, barn. etc. Place well wa- bolts and $30 worth of wagon timber, etc tered andfenced. All lays well and all tinder Will sell all for $250 spot cash. This is a big cultivation except about 6 acres. Price 52,000. opportunity for the right man to make good money. Terms right. e Xo. farm one mile from good Xo. 89. 140 acres, frame dwel- country 105. town and right on pike; 10 acres in ling and porches; two Darns; one for stock grass; all outside fencing good; well watered-n- o e and the other a tobacco barn; crib, improvements. buggy house, etc. All in grass except about Price $1,000; one-ha25 acres: water in field; fencing and build- down and balance in one and two years. Xo. 48. 324 acres, two miles from Stanings in good shape. Xice orchard. Price $60 ford on good pike; most of this farm is in an acre. Terms right. Xo. 19. Hanging Fork farm of 42 acres grass; besides the residence there is a good right on pike: has house, barn, etc., stock and tobacco barn. 36x80; cribs, etc.; place well watered and fenced; for a quick fencing goodj and always an abundance of sale. $70 per acre and easy terms. This is water; this is a good stock farm and will good strong soil and worth more money, but graze more cattle than any farm in this section; price right and terms easy. must be sold. No. 75. 140-acr- e farm; two cottages: one Xo. 107. Pool room in Danville, Ky., has e tables, chairs, desk, stove, lights and all par- 4 rooms; the other 3 rooms: tobacco s aphernalia necessary to run a pool barn; 50 acres cleared: balance in timber; never failing springs; close to good town; room. The receipts run from $125 to $150 per month. Price $400 spot cash for a quick churches and school. Price $25 per acre. No. 44. 234 acre farm 1 sale. This is a good chance for some one miles from to go in business and make splendid money one of the best towns in central Kentucky and only two miles from good railroad staon a small investment. Xo. 106. Stock of general merchandise in tion; right on pike and in graded school discity of Stanford, Ky., consisting or grocer- trict: all in grass except 4 acres and about the ies, hardware, paints, etc. Will rent the fix- 170 acres being in bluegrass sod; no better tures at a nominal price and will also rent watered farm in the state: fencing good: has y frame resdience, large barns the building consisting of storeroom below a large and dwelling above at a very low figure. This etc. This land will grow anything you put on it: it is an ideal sotck farm; magnificent is an exceptionally clean stock of goods and iyi hnmn: Rnlendirl rnmmnnitr flu we will sell .it a low figure. Xo. 108. 130 acre farm 2 miles from part of the county. Price $100 per acre; a good town. Two houses. Dwelling of six terms rignt. No. 38. Two storerooms in the heart of rooms and tenant house of four rooms. Good Best location in town and both barn and all necessary outbuildings. 50 acres Stanford. grass and balance are always rented. These rooms are a splenbottom land. 20 acres in in timber. Well watered and all fencing and did investment and always pay a good divibuildings in good shape. Price $3,000. Terms dend after taxes, insurance and repairs arc paid. Will make a price that will interest you. right. No. 32. 225 acres, five miles from Stanford Xo. 94'. One of the best farms in Central Kentucky, of 261 acres; two story frame dwel- on good turnpike; has two good dwellings; ling of 12 rooms; 2 barn, 75x75 each, and two large tobacco barns. These are extra 60-ffeed shed on side with large crib; 2 large barns, one being 48x100 and the other buggy houses: 3 hen houses; smoke .house, etc. 38x108 and both 20 feet to eaves. This is s. 30 acres in cultivation and balance in grass; good tobacco and hemp farm; will sell asa splendid orchard of 400 trees; everlasting whole or will divide into two farms. Will springs, ponds, etc., in fact, water in every price as a. whole or make price on divide. No. 82. 150 acres, small house, fiejd. All buildings and fencing in first class tocondition. Right on pike and one mile from bacco barn; good orchard and vineyard: about depot; finest shipping point on the road: an 30 acres in gras?. and 15 or 20 acres in culideal stock farm. This land will grow wheat, tivation: about 8,000 to 10.000 feet mercorn, tobacco, hemp, etc.. as well as any land chantable timber on place; honse is old: barn in the State of Kentucky. The whole Tarm and fencing fairly good; well watered, etc d lays well and is well drained. No waste land. Price only $1,800, terms easy, down An automobile can be driven over all of it and balance on long time. 100-acr- e 2 No. 28. and there is not a foot of cold or swamp land farm. 4 miles from Stanford on good pike, splendid community on it. Price $30,000 and terms right. a Xo. 73. Three-roocottage; new stable and no better soil in the county i rescontaining three stalls and corn crro; small idence, halls, porches. tc. Two-rootenant e storeroom on pike: good cistern at door and house, new tobacco barn and all other never failing well in lot; 5 acres of ground; necessary outbuildings; close to church and all buildings and fencing in good condition. school and splendidly fenced and watered. Place well watered and in good community. Over half of this place in grass. Price $100 per acre a third down and balance in one, Price $1,750. two and three years. 1 No 108. 75-acr- e 1-- ii y y, g v r ". 550-pou- nd m&.mf rfKJJ: JiKSi akwsm$ js&s-- &&' ."!: ' X - && . .. x M i ' 'VK v .js The Hind You Have Always Bought, and wliicli has been in. use for over 30 Tears, has borne the sisrTiatnrft nf , ana nas ueen niaae nnaer his per-, - Indigestion and constipation are two conditions that are closely related and the cause of much physical p..,, vmm TmifcA firms nnrl Tn6f.n6.onn1 o hnf All Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment C!oTinf-,rfit:ft- : a substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic 6ubstance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, alJ Teething- Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomachy and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy ana natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. - What is CASTORIA Castoria is harmless GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Sign of r ALWAY o suffering. The tendency to indulge one's appetite is more or less general and most people suffer at one time or " """ V, another from rebellion of the over. taxed organs of digestion and elimination. A pleasantly effective remedy, that will quickly relieve the congestion of poisonous stomach waste and restore regularity, is the compound of simple laxative herbs sold in drug stores for fifty cents a bottle under the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. This is a mild, MRS. OLIVER YOUNG pleasant laxative tonic, free from opiates or narcotic drugs, and has Pepsin she feels ten years younger; been the standard household remedy her work seems easier and she has in thousands of homes for many regained her appetite. years. Get a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's SyrMrs. Oliver Young, Merrill, Wis., up Pepsin from your druggist and writing to Dr. Caldwell says, she have it in the house. A trial bottle, knows of nothing so effective for free of charge, can be obtained by regulating the stomach and bowels; writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 since taking Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Washington street, Monticello, 111. aes ul 40-fo- merry-go-roun- 6 2 1-- 2 Sd one-thir- d 1-- 2 o 5 e e n. : 2L&&J&u The Kind You Dave Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAJH COMPANY NEW VORK CITY -- cow for $48. Good prices were realized SS-i.2- at the fss WBmlmA iijMwiS'c w INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. r 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 fLl'WWWWWm MenBHeHH PURSLESWDIAN MM mimWfiWmmmmmmmm tt0g?itfjjL 5.JI TteoSJeJCyK HERBS The Lincoln Pmacy, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. J O'Neal sale in Mercer, north of Harrodsburg. Some of the sales were: C. P. Goodpaster, four cows and calves, $201; Virgil White, cow and And nowhere can you secure finer tackle of calf. S74: C. P. Goodnaster. heifer calf, $44; J. H. Robinson, cow, $66; all sorts than we are showing this season. We C. P. Goodpaster, heifer, $45; P. S. Neal, heifer, $52.50; W. T. Robinhave everything .that a thoroughbred fisherson, heifer, $50; P. S. Neal, two heifers, $100; W. T. Robinson, cow, man could wish for. Come in and look our $68; S. B. Bond, two heifers, $91: Charles Spilman, heifer, $59; P. S. stock over before you plan your fishing trip. Neal, two heifers, $91; C. P. Goodpaster, heifer, $31; C. P. Goodpaster, two heifers, $91.50; P. S. Neal, heifer, $47; S. G. Foster, ten heifers, $435; Hinkle & Co., 29 ewes, 26 lambs and one buck, $412.50; Hinkle STANFORD, KY. & Co., 28 sheep, 28 lambs and one buck, $406.50; W. T. Robinson, 3 H JBi'i" " 1 MM calves $112.50; C. P. Goodpaster, 8 heifers, $300; Hinkle & Co., 33 ewes IMMBSHaC3J5' 'SMMMH and 29 lambs, $462; Robert McCon-nel- l, 30 ewes, 22 lambs, $307.50; S. I B. Bond, six heifers, $211.50; Hinkle & Co., 37 ewes and 15 lambs, $369.75; Robert McConnell, 12 lambs 33ewes and one buck, $316.20; Clell Coleman & Sons, 10 cattle, $450; Hemple & Co., 30 ewes $307. THE FISH ARE BITIN ILK"1!0" :. en "' "u home-steke- rs n.M. 10-acr- e n --- uv Jin-wr- two-stor- six-roo- S-- Penny's Drug Store "PAY UP WEEK" e -- i-- :; .v mi, tt sit. mwMj 35-acr- Begins Monday, April 24th. Try it this week. ;"". g a W in low first cost and small cost to operate and maintain. Strength ability to stand up under the hardest sort of use. Simplicity a plain, sturdy motor in a wonderfully strong and light car, easy for any one to care for. The Ford Car your necessity. Economy m EW DROPS OF POULTRY Keep the Dollars Moving and See How Many Accounts They Will Pay. lift-tim- BOURBON CURE in the drinking: water Makes Hens Lay Amazingly Inures Rotin. f!n1d. Phnlprn Amm Limberneck Prevents Sick-- ! ness. One 50c bottle makes 12 W. H, HIGGINS, : : Stanford, Ky. 2 .HH 60-acr- VvSw "I I BOURBON REMEDY CO. Lexington, Ky. Lm am a large breeder of fancy poultry and show birds. I have been using Bourbon Poultry Cure, for the past seven years and never lose a chicken with disease, and I attribute my success to the use of this won- - gristsorbymailpostpaid. poultry book free. Valu-abl- e T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Court-House, Runabout, $390; Touring Car, $440, f. o. b Detroit. On sale and display Jay H. C. ANDERSON, Stanford FORD AG ENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Storage Repairing Tires Accessories Phone 203 derful remedy. Have cured several bad cases of roup and other infectious diseases with it, therefore I speak from experience when I say it cures. I heartily recommend it to my poultry raising friends in this-anadjoining counties, as the greatest remedy I have ever used for the cure and prevention of poultry diseases." Jno. 0. Reid, Stanford, Ky. d Have Some Fine Seed Corn, both White and Yellow, and All Kinds of Garden Seeds, Rakes and Hoes. Phone No. 168. Stanford, Kentucky. one-hal- y six-roo- n d Sold in Stanford by The Lincoln Pharmacy Young Men's Hats. Latest Shapes and Shades. W.E. PERKINS, - six-roo- 30-acr- six-acr- lf Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS 10-acr- first-clas- 1-- 2 WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE. SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. -- V Crab Orchard STOPOVERS. two-stor- FOR FULL INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE H. C KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 East Main Street, W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent, - Lexington, Ky Cincinnati, Ohio Prepare Your Lawns .&) they will grow blue-gras- 1-- 2 ji. Florida Get full information and fares from the Local Southern Agent, or write to s The Southern Railway is the direct line to Asheville, Aiken, Augusta.Char-lestoColumbia, Savannah, Summer-villand other southern resorts. n, e Travel there on the "St. Louis Special" equipped with electric lighted steel coaches and through drawing room sleeping cars to Jacksonville and Asheville. New dining car service. t . .In addition, drawing room sleeping cars from Asheville to Jacksonville insures every comfort for trip through "The Land of the Sky", the only scenic rpute to Florida. Very low faomeseekers' fares and winter tourist fares now in effect. Stopovers and other special features. B. H.Todd, District Passenger Ageat,LenisvilIe, Ky m A' your gardens so they'll gjAw vegetables by nature's pfcduction, that is Agricul- al Ground Lime, recdm- inded by Ky. Agricultural Dept. Sold in ton lots and an -- , t. one-thir- 1-- 10-acr- JtWFpouna JDags. ? ' t t " Southern Red fifiEMKR -- a aM&i-rsyasP- OB i nsnx-.5- : v -- 9 mtUL:,mi2ridi,'.i&--- ! ! - ? BAUGHMAN & COM! SfiNFORD, KENTUCKY hughes . Office Consult Us Before Buying. List With Us If You Want to Sell & Mccarty, owner OFTHESOU7H Lancaster Street Opposite Court House. Office Phone ISO. REAL ESTATE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. S Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, April J 8,, 1916 The Interior Journal You Can Be Sure About S. M. SAUFLEY. Editor and Proprietor $1 a Year in Advance. Paper Stops "When Time For Which It i6 Paid, Expires. Entered CLOTHES QUALITY There's a lot of talk going round about the bad condition of the clothing market. Some are saying that on account of the war, dyes are doubtful, fabrics are hard to get, prices are uncei tain. But we're not worrying, and you needn't. Just leave it to us. all-wo- ol TAILOR MADE SUITS While we carry an immense stock of perfect fit Clothes ting Men's and Young Men's Ready-Mad- e and ought to be able to fit and please most any one, still there are many who want their clothes at the Postoffice at Stanford, as Second Class Mail Matter. Ky Hart, Schafftier & Marx have just sent us a-lett- er J sar& about it; here's what they say: as in thV past, our colors will be, as in the past, reliable. "There is no need to be worried Jibo at , market conitel tions, or anxious over what we are going to do for our customers. We shall do what we have always done make the best clothes possiMe, sell them at the lowest prices possible, deliver them as promptly as possible; and put behind every article we produce a positive and unqual- ified guarantee of the complete satisfaction of the wearer. "Conditions of the market may change; we may come go; but the policy of this house will not change; and or you may rest absolutely in that assurance. "Our fabrics' will continue to all-woo- fee, l; .isl&&&te-&XK&- ' ,.i -,- . - "; r ' : j' , - r You see where your interest as a points ; you'll probably be sorry if you try to get satisfaction in "cheap" clothes. clothes-buye- Center & Compan y " RIGHT YOU ARE, HENRY. The Louisville Times talks about harmony yet it is wholly responsible for a great deal of bitterness which has existed for several years within the democratic' ranks. The political writing done by its little "prophet and prognosticator" has been for years of a character which no journal should tolerate. Editor Hen ry R. Lawrence, of the Cadiz Record, paid his respects to him in his paper last week, in a style which will receive almost unanimous endorsement from the democratic country press of the state, which is not owned and controlled by the bosses. Lawrence hits the bull's eye with the following last week: This mut of a Kalten-bache- r, of the Louisville Times, seems to have his fool'"nogging" filled with the idea that unless a man has a political job, he is down and out. Why Woodson is still National Committee man and the publisher of a great newspaper, Vansant is the lumber king he has been for fifteen years,; Haly is digging coal, Tom Rhea is farming and running a bank, Bob, Phillips is a prosperous dairyman, according to Kaltenbacher's own statement, and our own Sam Cash, of Eddyville, is a tobacco buyer. Eyen the editor of The Record, who might be regarded as one of the smallest of which, finds regular employment publishing the best country newspaper in the state, and on the side has for sale some Duroc pigs and a few yearling calves. What man wants to give up all this simply for""tfie privilege of "bellying" up to the political pie counter with a motley horde of hungry If Kaltenbacher's head ever gets big enough to contain an idea, he may find out that real life does not consist of sucking the public tit and flunkying for a lot of stiffs with a few tainted dollars and a bad liver, like he has been doing for all these years. pin-headed Kal-tenbachself-respecti- ng self-respecti- ng er MADE TO THEIR MEASURE And according' to their own ideas; and to those customers we rnake this announcment We have been making clothes to measure for 25 years. We fit you in every detail. We fit every shaped man, every sized man. We make them plain or put on all the fanc touches. We show 500 samples to select from. Every sample in all wool. Now the interesting part comes. LOOK AT THIS ! Made to your measure; fits you perfectly. Every thread wool for $13.50, $15, $17.50, $20,$25, $30 and $35. Let us make your clothes and you will be fitted. McROBERTS & BAILEY, thing, but it looks now that Teddy following livestock: will be the republican standard- 30 head of cattle, Including two sure and certain. bearer black bull calves, subject to register, also the mother of one of these cow, thirty-calves, a coming Eight persons were killed and bred to a black bull; a couple of five injured in a collision of trains on the New Haven road at Bradford, two year old heifers, in good shape for beef; a couple of black heifers, R. I., Monday night. sired by a black bull and out of cow and calf by William Westerfield, of Paris, is Shorthorn cows; a etc. Also the guest of his uncle, M. D. Elmore. side, about 20 steer cattle,grey mare, two sows and pigs; one coming bred to a jack and a good one; also a female fox and six young ones; one buggy and a surrey. I will sell at public auction at. my Terms 6 months' time with bankfarm on' the Moreland and Huston-ivill- e pike, near Milledgeville, on able note at 6 per cent interest. Moreland, Ky. J. S GILMER FRIDAY, APRIL 28th, 1916 Col. John B. Dinwiddie, Auct. beginning at 1:30 o'clock p. m., the three-year-old STANFORD Woman's Club News The Civic Department of the Woman's Club is striving to furnish rooms and also to beautify the town in many other ways, and to do-swe must have some funds. So we are having a picture show on next the-Clu- office-seeer- s? The home of Hart, Schaff ner & Marx clothes DANVILLE, V KENTUCKY The New York Tribune, for years the political bible of a large part, of New England, has come out for the nomination of Roosevelt by the republicans at Chicago. The Old Guard in the G. O. P. is doing everything in its power to prevent that very publkTsale Thursday evening, Mary Pickford, in "Esmeralda." This is a beautiful picture and as for the actress, nothing too good can be said of her. This department has so much work planned toward making our town a better town in which to live and we do hope that every man, woman and child will be so interested in seeing us succeed, that they will all attend this picture show and help the Civic departments Admission prices, 5 and 10 cents. - "frlrV' - j. t' "' -- a. C . I -- . . $sZX .4 .' '$;: M'-T- - .., .' ' :& - . ' .ti' J) fpnr . PAY UP m t. I'TTa rm r 'm ' . . 3 WkEEK. , i I ' We see the ladies appropriate Easter for Dress Up Week. The State is putting on foot a Home Coming Week. Each year at Lexington the farmers have a Farmers' Week. Now we, the people of Lincoln County, are going to put on a Pay Up Week, beginning April 24th. There is no doubt but what every citizen of this county is both a creditor and a debtor. You heard the story of the ten dollar bill, which was marked, and in the course of a day had travel ed 100 miles and paid $100 of debts. Do you know, Mr. Consumer, that the best friend you have js the merchant you trade with? Now let's show the merchant that we are for him next week. Let's give these men who are so good to us 52 weeks out of the year a grand surprise for one week. Don't wait till you are paid in full before you be Special times for special things. r This is the age of Specialists and Specialties. . I; gin paying, but start the ball rolling yourself. Join the procession and let's every one pull together, and see and feel the happy results. : M 1 r -- X -. . . I I v 3r arss L '"', Vv -- wrt. wm , -- - 7ti " '? jr r !t '' ., . 'k lt, -xv- i" jib r-- - . '.77- -' -- , .. , ly ? V . f jf . - -- , . j V- The Interior Journal; .Stafford! kentucltyi Tuesday,. April , l"-f! c -- , C"V. a - r 18, 1916 - - - - JL ?t f p fci bf Woman's Club Picture Show The First National Bank fir Mary Pkkf ord h "Esmeralda" 5 and 10 Cents Mr. and Mrs. Bowen Gover, of Somerset, announce the engagement of Mrs. Logan McCall was in Louis- their daughter, Bertha Simpson, to Mr. Victor Lewis, formerly of Tusca ville early this week.i J. C. Bailey was in Mt. Vernon loosa, Ala., but now of Chattanooga, Tenn. The wedding to take place in on business Monday. Lancas- Opera House Thursday Night Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee who Mrs. J. K. VanArsdale, who came up to see her sister, Mrs. Joe Goode, have been spending the winter with returned to Louisville Sunday after- - their daughters, Mesdames G. P. noon, leaving Mrs. Goode somewhat Maury and E. B. Ritchie at Mineral better. Another sister, Mrs. R. C. .Wells, Texas, returned home n, of the Peyton's Well sec- - day morning, looking splendidly I . , is ill. ter a winter in a mild climate. Tues-Nunnell-ey, af-tio- Mrs. J. W. Acey went to ".' , ter yesterday. w Of Stanford, Ky Was Organized October 4th, 1882, With a Capital of $250,000.00. ,v Miss Mary Bruce the siejp L'1 list early in the week. El Dr. G. G. Perry has been indisj-posefor several days. George KiSer, of Winchester, was here Sunday ,to see a Wgnty pretty ;. was,:on June. S. Hocker, C. E. Tate, and J. Eubanks, of Stanford, George A. McRoberts and1 Julian VanWinkle, of Danville, went up to Harlan county Tuesday to look at some of the Cumberland Valley Land Company coal land holdings. C. J. ,: girl. Mrs. very ill Joseph Coffey continues at her home at the Veranda -- The sum of has since been returned to the stockholders in STOCK DIVIDENDS. The. sum of has since been paid to the Stockholders in the SEMI-ANNUA-L ' $200,000.00 Hotel. Miss Sara Wagers, of Richmond, has been the guest of "Mrs. R. T. ? Bruce. Mrs. Luvicia Martin went to Perry-vill- e Saturday to "visit relatives for several days. Mrs. A. T. Bromley,! of Louisville, spent several days here last week with friends. Miss Bessie Holtzclaw spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Anna Bailey, at Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Moore and Mrs. Judd Phillips and children, of Liberty, spent Sunday with Ed Wilkinson "' and family. "Gentry, of Mr. and Mrs. Tyree Lebanon Junction, were here Monday, the latter to see her physician, Dr. E. J. Brown. Rev. P. L. Bruce and Mr. J. W. Rout will attend the Spring Meeting e, of Transylvania Presbytery at April 18-2John Fields was in Mt. Vernon Saturday and witnessed the defeat of the Mt. Vernon taam by the local high school team. Mrs. James Beasley, Miss Mildred Beasley and Miss Virginia Beasley, of Lancaster, were the guests of Mrs. W. W. Hays Friday. R. G. Gover, of the West End, tells the I. J. that a little son has recently arrived at his home and that he is the finest boy ever. Mr. Silas Anderson, of Louisville, was with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson Sunday. Mr. C. Walston accompanied him. Miss Sophia Alcorn and her little deaf-blin- d pupil, Oma Simpson, of Danville, were the guests of her mother, Mrs. Sophia Alcorn Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Severance motored to Millersburg Sunday and brought their son, Cadet Heath Severance home from Millersburg Military Institute for a short vacation. ,Miss Evelyn Nevius, of Galveston, who has been visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Mattie Nevius, returned to Gilbert's Creek Saturday, where she has been staying with her aunt, Mrs. J. E. Buck. Per-ryvill0. $235,500.00 The New Millinery and the Printzess Suits and Coats - DIVI- DENDS. Carried to the Surplus Fund Total, $ 28,500 00 $464,000.00 several days with her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Buck, at Gilbert's Creek. Mrs. B. D. Carter is back from a Social Calendar. visit to her mother in Boyle county. April 15. The Beulah Walker CirMrs. Wm. Mershon has been at cle will meet with Mrs. Walter Jones Harrodsburg some time with her faat her home on Danville street at ther, Wm. Hafley, who is still ill. 2:30 p. m. Mrs. L. M. Goodnight Was the April 19 The "Wizard of Oz" in guest of Mr. J. M. Spoonamore and a movie matinee, Wednesday afterfamily at Hubble, Friday. noon at 3:00 p. m. George L. Burdett, of the tele- Samuel Hill spent Saturday and Sunday with his grandmother at Mt. phone staff at Danville, spent Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Salem. Mrs. Mattie Nevius is spending IS. L. Burdett. Personal and Social Beautiful Easter Fashions EVERYWHERE THE IMPULSE OF EASTER PERMEATES THE ENTIRE STORE YOU WILL FIND THE BRIGHT, BEAUTIFUL NEW MERCHANDISE RADIATING THE GLAD TIDINGS OF SPRING. We have endeavored to make each department in our new store so complete that every desire and wish of womankind in ready-to-weapparel and accessories 'can be gratified. Newest ideas in Millinery, Suits, Coats, Dresses and Waists, in an endless assortment of attractive styles for Easter wear. ar I Flowers For Easter Nothing is more appropriate at this season of the year and nothing is more becoming. Phone us to send a pretty boquet to your sweetheart, wife or mother. one 11 appreciate it greatly. 5 rl 'iww -- J y t j V &,f i F - .- i Special Easter Showing of Silk and Woolen Suits , -- Miss Lena Hampton, Phone 83. STANFORD, KY. J tWTrincoln Pharmacy. J?wvv CBV ri fVS JHta W. Acey, proprietor, next,.1 Monday and Tuesday. A TJK ft representative of the Ohio Varnish Co., will be there to demonstrate that won- derful varnish and you should be on hand to see the work done. It will pay you to visit vrr 5? r ?H v at- if- - $15.00, $19,75, $25.00, $29.50, $35:00 9d $45.00 In such styles and values as will appeal'to all good dressers , jr,t Our Shoe Annex In remodeling our store we have given our Shoe Department the prominent place the increased business in this line deserves. We are keeping pace with the styles in Shoes as in other departments, and our showing of Low Shoes for Ladies, Misses and Children is by far . ? . Women's and Misses' Spring Coats $6.50, $10.00, $12.50, $16.50 and $25.00 Handsome models of the celebrated "Printzess" make in silk and worsted Jersey Sport Coats Black Taffeta Silks, Checks and Whipcords. Also a splendid showing of Utility ' and Auto Coats, all at most reasonable prices. ' . Easter Dresses and Waists in Silks and Nets A most attractive showing of Dresses in Taffeta Silks,. Crepe de Chenes, Georgette Crepes, Nets and Linens for afternoon and Attractive Foot wear to Complete the Easter Costume Our riew Shoe Department is filled to overflowing with the ewest and best styles of Spring Footwear for Women, Misses and Children. Special attention is given to the fitting of every pair of shoes that go out of our store no matter what the price. New Washable Kid Pumps at New Bronze Kid Pumps at White Kid High Cut Shoesat-- , New Madison Pumps at evening wear, at :' -- the swellest offered by us. We pay especial attention to Ladies' Shoes of? the higher grades and a look will convince you, that this is the store to buy ,your fashionable -- - t: $10.00, $15.00, $19.50, $25.00, $35.00 and up to $50.00 Special Easter offering of fully 300 Waists in Voiles, Crepe de Chenes and Georgette Crepes at $ $l.tiO; $1.98, $3.75, $5.00 and $6.50 $5.00 $4.00 $8.00 and $9.00 $3.50 and $4.00 footwear. t L i 4 SEVERANCE & SON Welsh & Wiseman Company DANVILLE, KENTUCKY ' v" -'-- - Eage Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, April 18, 1916 Your Easter Clothes Easter is recognized throughout the world as Spring awakening. That means a clothes awakening an awakening to the realization that it's time discard the old and put on the new. Don't wait, however, till Easter Eve to buy your Easter Togs. Stocks are at their fullest now. Assortments are unbroken. Weaves, Patterns and Colors are here in vast collections. What better time than now to make your selection? . GRACO AND KELSINGTON SPRING STYLES WERE NEVER "SMARTER." Among the many new materials are Soft Worsteds, Fancy Stripes, Blue Serges, Cheviots, Flannels, Fancy Mixtures, Oxfords, Checks and Stripes. Suit styles are cut as conservative or as "smart" as you choose. CUSTOM-MAD- E SUITS Our Tailoring Department is a busy spot these days. New Woolens arriving daily, every new weave and shade that is good. Leave your order at once; we guarantee your suit Will be ready Easter morn. FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES The smartest of styles in all lines to complete the Easter outfit. Notice our window display of Easter '. Uil"-$- copybght "fats ' vf i i 'I I Sidmml r I Mail Orders receive e:trr pert attention here. Charges prepaid on all orders and satisfaction GRAVES, COX & CO., INCORPORATED Outfitters to Men and Boys, guaranteed. LEXINGTON, - - - KENTUCKY. Boy's Better Clothes a striking Mature of this store. This department is ready as never before to outfit the youngster ' from "Head to Foot." LEXINGTON RACE MEETING Copies of the program book of the ".Kentucky Association's sprang race meeting at Lexington, show that it will have some high class attractions for the owners of thoroughbreds. The spring race meeting is a great attraction each year in Lexing- The Clothes ton, and thousands from all over the blue grass aand other sections of the state, make that city their mecca at that time. Some good, clean sport is offered and the meeting is a big drawing card and great advertisement for that hustling city and its progressive business men. NOT SALLIE WALLS Sallie Walls, of the Green River section, writes the I. J. that it must be Sallie Watts and not Sallie Walls whose name appears in the list of those who are being partly supported by the county, and she adds that she is glad to say that she does not have to live off the county. TRUCK IS ALL RIGHT. For Easter MiwMmm mmmMmm gpSTf Cad&c For young men of social position jirkfjj Unutfc (Uloiltra mm- - SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES BOHEMIAN KING 2410, The above photo of this noted stallion was taken during one of fhe recent fairs, where he was on exhibition at the request of the Fair Association. Bohemian King was retired to the stud three-year-oi at a after defeating all acred stallions he met in conmetition in Kentuekv. He is recognized by proficient judges as the accepted type of the saddle sire. His colt- - in nearly every instance inherit his perfect type and. rich chestnut color, and have been phenominal winners tnrougnout Kentucky and other btates during the last three years. Bohemian Ki? is the property ( of Allen S. Edelen, of Glen worth Saddle Horse Farm. Burgin, Ky. ld J i Road Engineer Riffe says that the auto truck the county owns is all right, but that a dummy body truck for use to haul rock and other heavy material isneeded and it is for that 'reason the old machine is for sale. 31-- 1 I STILL SHIPPING PRODUCE. W. M. Merriman, the hustling produce man of Moreland, shipped five cars of poultry to Pittsburg during the month of March, none of which was valued at less than $2,300. He also shipped 2,530 cases of eggs, or six cars. April promises to prove' an even better month for his purchases, as on Friday and Saturday of the past week he paid out over $3,800 for various kinds of country produce. Splendid for Rheumatism "I think Chamberlain's Liniment is just splendid for rheumatism," writes Mrs. Dunburgh, Eldridge, N'. Y. "It has been used by myself and other members of my family time and time again during the past six years and has always given the best of satisfaction." The quick relief from pain which Chamberlain's Liniment affords is alone worth many times the cost. Obtainable A petition in bankruptcy was filed in the Federal Court by Ben of Shelby county, a dairyman. His liabilities are given as 32,747.80, and his assets $21,451.80. He claims exemptions amounting to J Are The Clothes For Easter BECAUSE OF THEIR GRACEFUL AND DIGNIFIED STYLE. BECAUSE OF THEIR BEAUTIFUL FABRICS, SELECTED FOR SOCIETY BRAND ONLY. NUMEROUS TYPES OF SOCIETY BRAND MODELS ENABLE YOU TO' - r The King Of Them All; The Champion Of The Ring. THE IMPERIAL SIREwhose sons and daughters have sold ior more money, are owned in, and have won iirmore States than the get of any stallion of the age. , ACHIEVE YOUR IDEAL OF A GARMENT INDIVIDUALLY AND EXCLUSIVELY YOUR OWN. : : : : .: : ' : . : : : : $50 To Insure A Living Colt. GLENWORTH STOCK FARM. ALLEN S. EDELEN, Burgin, Ky? Ask for Handsome Photographs and Literature. PARKS & HENDREN COMPANY (Incorporated) Mc-Clask- ey, Three Other High-Clas- s Saddle Stallions, 16 Hands High, Standing at $10 and $15 To Insure A Living Colt. 'J STYLE LEADERS, DANVILLE, KY. 1,467. HtC- - ' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, April 18, 1916 Page Seven AN INVITATION You are cordially invited to visit our store on the date named below and leam how .to refmish floors, furniture, etc. This Occasion is vary Special A representative direct from The Ohio Varnish Company will be with us with a display of beautiful color ings and finishes for woodwork, floors, furniture, etc. Preachersville Born, to the wife of J. Charles Rigsby, of the Canaan section, a fine boy. "Well, I Should Say 'Bets-I- t' DOES Work" Kentucky Gentleman Why pay two prices for anything and go 30 or 40 miles when you have just as good or better right at home for less than one half the money? Owing to the temporary depression in the price of horses, I am going to stand Kentucky Gentleman at the extremely low price of $15.00 to insure a live colt. Did you ever have a chance like that before? Just think of it when horses of his class usually stand at $30 to $50. For size, style, action, conformation and breeding, you cannot beat him in the state. He is transmitting these qualities to his colts. Why not take advantage of this great op portunity .' Almost everyone predicts that the price of horses will be higher within the next two years than ever before. Kentucky Gentleman 5167, by Chester Peavine 3184, by Rex Pea-vin- e 1796; dam Flora Carter 8419, by Red Squirrel 53. Will make the season at my home, one mile from Stanford on the Danville pike, at $15.00. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. J. NEVIN CARTER, Stanford, Ky. 5167 B There are two cases of pneumonia "look There, a If You Don't Think home of Lincoln Wren, who It's Just Wonderful for Corns!" lives in the "Horseshoe Bend" of Dix "Bless my stars, look at it! Land of liver, near here. the livin'! "Why. just look at It! That peelcorn came Mr. and Mrs. Logan Thompson ing bananas.right off, just like on my Put your finger visited Mr. and Mrs. Arch Sprinkles at Ellisburg. Mrs. J. J. Thompson has had a severe attack of asthma and heart trouble, but is better. Little Miss Ruby Cress has returned from a visit to relatives at Brod-hea- FOR BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING COUGH; CROUP, COUGHS AND COLDS Make the Best Remedy at Home 128 Teaspoonsful for 50 cents. 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? at the fair a manner as the below named If everything was sold in as liberal and drug- 'sTB d. Master Calvin Blankenship visited his grandmother, Mrs. Miranda BlanJ I IflAt-T- - M- - KLOISTCfcED AT U S PATENT orrl m ttA . barter Pint LIGHT OAK U. S. Standard Measure kenship. Born, to the wife of Joe. Ham monds, a boy. Jesse Lawrence sold an aged work horse to J. M. Cress for $30. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams of Judson, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cummins. Col. W. H. Furr, of Platwoods, was attending church here on Sunday to hear Rev. Stamper preach. Miss Lena Arnold visited relatives at Crab Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Foley, of Williamsburg, visited his father, Mr. . .tftKlL.. fffJCAJj. "he Ohio Vsrnish Company "tcr of Tine Vrnhbn . w, ; r$&r& cnTTI !D ClrL4 O U A A. Containing enough varnish to cover 25 square feet of surface REGULAR 20c CAN FREE THIS COUPON & Co., Chicago,. 111. E. Foley. Sold in Stanford and recommendRev. John Stamper preached fine ed sermons at the Baptist, church Sat- by as the world's best corn remedy, the Lincoln Pharmacy. urday and Sunday. He lives at Bar-bourville. "Did You Ever See the Like? No Wonder Gets-- It is the Biggest Selling Corn Cure iu the World!" toe, right there, don't be afraid. that's it, feel how smooth the skin is? Well, that's where the corn was. Well, that beats all!" That's the way "Gets-It- " works on all corns, every corn, every time. It's the new, simple way of curing corns. You'll say goodbye to all foolish contraptions like bundling bandages, sticky tape, plasters, salves, and grave-diggesuch as knives, razors and "Gets-It- " stops pain. Applied scissors. in 2 seconds. Never fails. Nothing to stick to, hurt or press on the corn. "Gets-It- " is sold everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence toe-eating 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 iudge. and under thi nnfiv guarantee absolutely no risk is run in buy ing mis remeay. uruggists everywhere are authorized to sell it under the same guarantee as Schiffmann's famous Asthmador of "Monev Rark" if nnt norfwtltr satisfactory. R. J. Schiffmann, Proprietor, Saint Paul. Minn. Guaranteed here bv THE LINCOLN PHARMACY. lf VOLTAIRE There is no doubt about Voltaire being the best breeding as well as the best bred big horse in the county and possibly in the State. Each time he has been shown he has easily won first premium and his colts have won first every year they have been shown. There has been more demand for big horses within the last year than was ever known before. Quite a good many farmers have almost stopped raising horses and that is sure to make a demand for them. Nearly every farm paper you see advises the farmer to raise bigger and better horses. I think right now is the farmer's opportunity. Bring your good mares to Voltaire and you are sure to get a good colt- - He will make the season at my farm, one mile from Stanford on the Danville pike at $15.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled. J. NEVIN CARTER, Stanford, Ky. 55140 rs is good for one 20c Can of VARNISH upon the purchase of one new 10c Brush (merely to insure a fair trial) during our Demonstration. larger can is desired, Coupon will apply as 20c If against purchase price. CHI-NAME- L Chi-Nam- el Name Address April 24th and 25th. The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. ASTAR0FH0PE COM-CEL-SA- R kJLi FOR Ou, Q- -l The Great Stomach, Liver Kidney and Blood Remedy On Sale at All Drug Stores SUFFERERS WKJBH1ERBS uiZ $1.00 FOR THREE BOXES Makes Three Quarts of Medicine LASTS I THREE' MONTHS Call And See My Nice Line of Buggies and Imple- ments. Also Rubber Tiring from $10 to $14. Work Guaranteed. : . : : 1 f I E. T. PENCE. Yo uHave Tried, The Rest Now Try The Best Yes REX COAL. The Indeed If s GuaranteedfTolBe For Sale ONLY By Best Cook Stove Coal OnlEarth. N. W. F0WLE And His Agents. Phone: Officii 18 '.Residence 73. -- SEE- JESSE D. WEAKEN, THE INSURANCE MAN, . with or removed from county. Carroll Preston has been before the public long enough to need no extended description. He has proven Ui "C an exceptional breeder of high class M horses both for saddle and harness Gm'fTDkja:toniBf this STEWART SANDIDGE, Hustonville. purposes. He is in fine shapo. misGuA4Nte:a season, and you will make no It is with great pleasure that. I taken in breeding to this great aniwrite these lines of praise for your mal. wonderful kidney and bladder reme- PROFESSIONAL AND W. O .WALKER, Stanford, Kentucky dy. I had kidnev trouble so bad I BUSINESS CARDS became very much alarmed. I had LINCOLN'S CHOICE tried various kidney remedies I heard of but without relief. I was about The great young stallion, Lincoln's CHAS. HART discouraged of ever being helped, Choice, by Kentucky's Choice, will DENTIST picked up a book con when, one day I the season of 1916 at my farm Now on the eve of Easter you will want to taining testimonials 01 people wno A modern equipped office. Somno-for- make of a mile from about had been helped and cured of their anesthesia and orthodontia a Eubank at the Stanford and Somerjoin the crowd. We have now the season's kidney trouble by the use of Dr. Kil- specialty. Phone 33, Hustonville, Ky. set cross roads at Swamp-Roo- tsincerely hope I mer's newest styles and patterns in Men's and my words will be the means of re$25 to Insure a Living Colt storing manv other sufferers of kidLincoln's Choice is one of the richYoung Men's Suits. ney and bladder troubles to good T. W. PENNINGTON, est bred young stallions in Kentucky, health. and will produce the highest class DENTIST Grays, Browns, Checks and Serges. We Very turulv yours, Myers House Flats Ky. saddle and harness colts that money Stanford, B. J. FENSTERMAKER. can buy. His sire, the famous KenPhone: Office 240; Res. 165 have the largest stock of Clothing in town, so 1491 Roycroft Ave. Lakewood, O. tucky's Choice, has been for years Personally appeared before me the champion saddle stallion of Kenyou can easily select what you want from our this 18th day of October, 1915, B. J. tucky, and that Lincoln's Choice has B. PERKINS Fenstermaker, who subscribed the J. inherited his father's rare qualities is stock. Prices always right and merchandise above statement and made oath that DENTIST shown by this horse winning in his the same is true in substance and in Rooms 28-2Lincoln Bank Building weanling and yearling form at Stanbetter. Call and look them over. fact. STANFORD, KY. ford, Danville, Lexington, and the Phone 214 WM. J. KLOTZBACH, Lincoln's State Fair at Louisville. Notary Public Choice stands 15.3 hands high, is of W. W. BURGIN fine bone and station and must be to DENTIST Letter seen to be appreciated. He is a magMondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays nificent individual and is just the sort Dr. Kilmer & Co., at Crab Orchard of a stallion to which to breed your Y.- Binghampton, N. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays farm and driving mares for he will at Stanfora $. put the stamina and style into his Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding Prove What Swamp-Roo- t colts. Will Do For You A BIG FINE JACK. Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & At the same place I will stand my HARRY JACOBS Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a samfine, big mule jack, which is a My Chestnut Sorrel Stallion will make the seaDealer In ple size bottle. It will convince any15.1 hands high and will get son high bred my barn on the old fair grounds at Hustonville, Ky. He of 1916 at one. You will also receive a book- Fine Monumental Work you the big strong mules that bring is 16 hands high, weight 1200 pounds. Will serve a limited number of Stanford, Ky. the big money. This jack is by Mares at $10 to insure a living colt; season due when mare is parted let of valuable information, telling Cemetery Hill, Closed on Saturday Baughman's Jack at .Stanford, which with, or on leaving the county. This stallion is by Ashland Brook and about the kidneys and bladder. When Phone 164 is one of the finest in Kentucky, and out of a standard bred trotting mare". He has proven to be a great STANFORD, KY. breeder writing, be sure raid mention the this is the sort of breeding that all having colts to show for him. His colts are all saddle colts, with good mule men are looking for. Will style Regular Stanford Interior Journal. the and action. Call and see a good horse before breeding time comes this fifty-cesize bottles and I will also the Jim the AUCTIONEERING standcolt. jack at $8 to insure a liv- jack by stand jack great mule Jack,having Reed, his well known mule ing for sale at all drug stores. sold the old of Jim Reed's; colts at $100.00 at I can get you highest prices for your I will also stand a black Polled AnHe a breeder, having colts to show for him here. crops or household goods. gus Bull at the same time and place weaning a time. bone isand fine colts land, stock, He has large his have good bone and style. He will JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Moreland. nf. S1.K0 Jit. the 0 rate. He is 18 j stand at $8 to insure a living colt. Money due if mare is parted with or Y TO THE PUBLIC B. W. LEIGH, Hustonville, Ky. Sales Cried Anywhere months old and weighs 1,015 pounds. leaves the county. I represent the largest and best Money is due on both horse and clothing house in this jack seasons when colt is foaled or country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago SEE THIS ENGINE! when mare is bred elsewhere.but Care 111. My experience In measuring and YOU SHOULD HAVE A BOTTLE OF not directing the making of your clothes, Call and investigate the merits and taken to prevent accidents, responsible should any occur. gives me the advantage over one who CRAB ORCHARD WATER price of the is not a practical tailor. If you will GRAY ENGINE Concen trated. Ky. EDWARD NOLAN, Eubank, give me your order, I will promise at in your home at all times. Get rid of the habit forming laxatives and you a square deal. You will get the W. K. WARNER'S cathartics. Break away from the patent medicine habit. Use Nature's The Fine Young Jack worth of your money, either in the Plumbing, Tinning and Heating. own remedy for Stomach and Liver Trouble. Physicians, Nurses, Drugcheapest grades or the higher priced. E. Main St. Phone 188 Stanford gists people who know, use the mineral water treatment because it is WOODROW My SPRING and SUMMER line of the better, safer way. samples is now ready for your insubject to Stomach, Liver or Kidney Trouble send One If you spection. Call and let me show you. Livery and Auto Service will serve a limited number of mares "Dollar todayare a thirty day treatment of this famous water. It is sold for at the stables of E. P. Carpenter, under this guarantee: "If it doesn't help you when taken according to H. C. RUPLEY, The Practical Tailor. Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Moreland, Ky., at directions your money will be refunded." Send a dollar today for a bottle Buggies; Open Day and Night. $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Description Black with white MINERAL WATER SALES COMPANY Trial, We Will Please You. points. Fine style, heavy bone and CRAB ORCHARD, KY. H. H. Carter, Manager. large foot. Fine ear and head. Very Phone 5. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. heavy body. A prompt performer. Sired by Billy Bryan, he by Cent Baughman's Napoleon. Dam, Black Auto Bus Between mary, by Jumbo. Jumbo was by VulDanville and Stanford can, he by Old Alexander. Daily Except Sunday CARPENTER BROS., Moreland, Ky. Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) CONTINENTAL at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at is erecting a upon which to place a stout frame large tank, near his pond, from For the season of 191G I offer for whence he will pipe plenty of water public service, the splendid individual to his residence and barn. "Pud" and royally bred young combined sadgenius and a mighty dle and harness stallion, Easter Prince is an clever fellow to boot. 6636, brown colt, star, 2 hind feet Owen Duvall continues quite ill white, 15.3 hands, foaled 1913, is with heart failure, and a stomach sired by Prince Roe 4295, by Bourtrouble. bon Prince 2144, by Bourbon Chief Woodson Carpenter, who has had 976. 1st dam Duchess of Denmark, much trouble with a bursted ear by Duke of Denmark 795, by Gen. drum, is some better. Duke 1902. Easter Prince 6636 will Born, to the wife of Grover Rigs- stand for mares at my barn in Linby, a fine girl. coln county, on the Hustonville and Arthur Miller and wife, were vis- Danville pike, at $15.00 TO INSURE iting his father, J. F. Miller and LIVING COLT. Care taken to prevent family at the Seargent place. accidents, but not responsible should any occur. The insurance is forfeited if mare is sold or traded or bred to another horse. Breed your mares Only-Onto this horse and get colts that will sell for the high dollar. Menefee Elmore EASTER PRINCE 6636 all-arou- nd Carroll Preston 4383 I will stand this great sire and show horse for the season of 1916, at stable, back of A. T. Nunnelley, at the low figure of $15.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when mare is parted Tried Various Kidney Remedies But Proved Reliable e That Easter Suit m three-quarte- rs 9, ROBINSON'S seven-year-old High Grade Stallion, GLENBROOK. three-year-ol- d, nt one-doll- ar I made-to-ord- er FARM LOANS 5 Per -- Plumbing and Heating C. E. BOWER TODAY About That Insurance. Better have a policy NOW than to have the neighbors say THEN, "He didn't have any insurance." Fire Insurance Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle 1 Bundles and Packages Carried at Low Charges O. L. MINKS, Proprietor ' 9:00 a. m. find 1:30 p. m. J. C. M'CIary D. A. THOMAS, Phone 80 "THE OLD RELIABLE" Stanford, Undertaker Office -- Ky. Stanford, - Kentucky REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. Embalmer Phone 167 Horn Phone 35 ,, STANFORD, KY. .& - Office with J. L. Beazley phone42, res. phone 263 &r&Zf t uf 3 s Page Eight . The Interior Journal. Stanford Kentucky: Tuesday, April 18, 1916 JWSaa EZ&Xl We save you all Agents', Dealers'. Wholesalers' and Jobbers' rjrofits and commissions we don't have travplino- snlflsmpn tn 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. - oQ V s O Oil C stop at expensive Here Is How Our Plan Hits the Middleman 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 regret that our We are sorry for this 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 two 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 the expense and profits of the middlemen, they should not grow peevish and throw tilings 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 the straight line from factory to user, rather than on the zig-za- g line from maker through traveling salesmen, jobbers, dealers, agents or catalog supply houses to user. Is there a reason? You must either buy directly or indirectly you must either pay three profits or one 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 pay ene small profit. Our price to you is less than you buy of us, you buy directly spot cash in carload lots. Don't let the dealers can buy vehicles for middlman 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 X - Read What Customers Say James E. Gray, Waterford, Ky.f ays: "My buggy arrived in Taylorsvillc safely and without being damaged in ihipment. Now, I want to tell you I am well pleased with it. I am rure 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 ery 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 I suspect it will onl 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 to 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 Some people are pretty hard to convince, especially when they don't want to be. Like the old backwoodsman on his first visit to the He walked cautiously circus for instance. around the giraffe, locked the tall fellow jp one side and down the other for about five minutes; then shifted his quid from one side of his mouth to the other, took otf his glasses, wiped them carefully, and turning to the attendant said : " Huh ! There Ain't No Such Animal ! " That old fellow reminds me of the people who say "Bohon has no factory; Bohon's vehicles lack quality; made to sell, not to wear, etc." The only difference is that the old backwoodsman 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 Ilarrodsburg," is trying for a selfish purpose to deceive you. Don't let the dealer, agent or middleman thrw dust in your eyes.anyGet the FACTS agent or dealer know for yourself, for that tells you that we do not manufacture our vehicles right here in our ovn 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. Sixty Days Free Road Trial Life Long Guarantee Backed by Our $30,000' Bank Bond ' v is Every "Blue il on CO days' free road trial. We want you to try it as your own submit to any test and then decide whether you want to keep it. Compare it closely point for point with other vehicles in your neighborhood, either in use or offered for sale, and if you are not fully convinced that we have furnished you the best made, the handsomest finished, 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 in reason vou are not Tjerfectlv i satisfied,' and if the vehicle- is not exactlyo.i-as i represented and ms, i. t. ii li j j. l" strict accordance wiui our claims we win uiKe it iuacK ana siunui uu uw iut&. jj. after the trial you keep 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, we can be made to forfeit this bond. Just stop and think what this means to buy a vehicle under a unlimited guarantee, backed by a bank bond. If "we did not make as fine how could we make such an offer? vehicles as it is possible to produce :ii-j.t. -- Edward Thornton, Fox Chase, Philadelphia, Pa., tay: "I find my buggy sizes up to every feature you claim for it. It is very comfortable. I have ridden 25 miles 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 advertisements. From your manly, correspondence, I das persuaded to send my order. I am fully convinced your method of doing business has been the secret of your success, and when next in the market for a carriage the order ii sure to go to you." A. F. Carpenter, Wolf town, Va., writes: I received my buggy the first of September. Since that time have given it a thorough road test and I findit 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." Page Catalog Shows More Vehicle Styles Than You Can Find in 20 Dealers' Stores Our Large 208 i- life-lon- g, Edgar M. Hunt, Sandtrs, Ky., says: "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 buggy from you in the spring. You can use my name in advertis-- " ing 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 where we 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. Jamestown. Ind.. savsi '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 ant 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 FACTORY 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 arrangement known. We have chine, every practical 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 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 make3 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 least ten to fifteen times in order to supply tne aemana. Come to See Us -- Visit Us at Our Factory Why hot make us a visit? Come to Harrodsburg 'and see for material look our factory over. Examine the high-grad- e yourself through our model factory from end to end and see our we use go 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 for ouriarge free catalog. Without doubt it is the finest book on vehicles ever issued, and we want you to 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 -- ,BOHONS) 'B?.liEGRA5S BUGGIES &)&Z FROM,rACTOR.YTOTrOW J 1 " I ss of this catalog. It. is the, most elaborate vehicle and harness catalog ever published it is a regular vehicle and harness encyclopedia. A postal card with your name on it will bring you this book by return mail -- feD.TJB0KONCo. This Catalog ia Free For the Asking. I Our Large Factory With Annual Capacity of W,Q T.BOHON COMPANY, Harrodsburg Ky - Finished Vehicles. with all postage paid. f L r " l - - At '' - -- 'J. ' r4 JZ n 7 r t'l t t& a