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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5 Established 1860.57th Year.-- No. NAME COMMISSION BEFORE ELECTION Js Suggestion of Many Taxpayers to Fiscal Court Road Bond Ques- The Interior Journal 32 Stanford, Lincoln County, KentuckWfFriday, April 21, 1916 PROPOSITION TODAY tion Arousing Interest r Quite a lot of interest and discussion is being aroused over the proposed bond issue of $200,000 to ' as much interest has been aroused be voted on May 13th in Lincoln Knoxville Board ,.dfGommerce among the fans by the string of vicproposals of the Fiscal county. The Knoxville, Tgnii.-tories which Stanford's team has Court as outlined in a circular isup. Mt. Vernon was the chalked sued, containing the resolutions of April 1916 latest victim, its nine, being beaten Editor Interior Journal, the court have attracted a lot of the" second time when it played for attention, and interest. The action . Stanford, Ky., $&a return game here Wednesday. The Dear Sir: We .vjnito of the Fiscal Court is set forth in score was 15 to 6 in favor of Stanthis issue in full so that all may be that we sjitcjirely apford. The costly misplays of the visThe moral to be drawn is plain. made cognizant of what the court preciate the cordiallftgf-opera- itors, the batting of Sam Embry, Jr., Road building is not a matter that proposes to do in the event the tion wmen you jrer incu .urn can be left solely in the hands"of and the work' of the visitors' twirler bonds are voted. which assisted 'us so' Jfcrelv in r were the outstanding features of the making Knoxville srJTraHe I The suggestion of the court that a County Judges and Fiscal Courts, game. Embry, who did not go into commission will be named to advise however, honest. The more money Trip into your terrii Pro" I a perfect and assist the court in handling the voted for roads, the more impera- the game until the 6th, had first time nounced success. k! day at ey to j fund realized in the 'cent the ronds tive the necessity of making road up andthe bat, singling his ,home-ru- n Won't you ple&jig slamming out a your citizens ourai Mvwation voted is meeting with much fa- building an undertaking not left to each of his other trips to the plate. are vor. V6ters and taxpayers, however, the chance that county officials mav Payne, on the mottnd for the mounac- - ? of the splendid fec( K with whom the I. J. has talkod, in- be both honest and efficient. Thi taineers, played all of the game for corded our party jup "AW" oc- sist that the Fiscal Court should county that is willing to vote bonds the casion of their visit K3tan- - i make public the names of the men to get roads is" running an extreme some visitors with the exception of ford. Our visit, toy qaQjtty will T nice in each magisterial district who will and needless risk if it fails at the Thompson. work by "Steamboat Bill" always remain rcMHSin. the i Payne got the poorest same time to provide the requisite be appointed o.i this commission, l minds of each T:MKitj. ricoer howthe road bond election is held machinery to make assured the in- sort of support behind the bat. as one of the bri miSSaois on ? The proposal, so it is understood, is telligent, not less than honest, ex- ever,is and from most of the fielders. what proved to "b Stirilliant i raid to have played in the trip from begin tuOto end. to appoint two weil known and re- penditures on roads of the money so He South Atlantic League, and up unsponsible business men or farmers realized. And we want you fEPffens to-- I four The counties of Kentucky have til the 6th ha'd held Stanford totwirland taxpayers in each magisterial know that we do( JtMinjtflfc the i hits. Bill Reinhart district, one a republican and the already voted more than $6,000 scattered game for Stanford and was cordial and ho: sblKbsrrfln? i ed a ment accorded uVj&X other a democrat so that politics 000. of road bonds. That sum if ably nice caught by young Spoonamore. . shall not enter into the matter in any rightly expended, is sufficient in it The work of Perkins, Shanks and Joe With best wish &2&c-,her. should be. An I. self to complete His Home Near Kidd's Store way, which is as it the en- Embry also was very fine. The ? tinued prosperity our en- - t Mrs. Henry Brooks and baby are system score: terpnsing comm J. representative was at' Crab Or tire county seat, state-wid- e MTo T with Mrs. Daisy Hunt. Burton McKinney, one of the old0 chard this week, and heard tne of roads at an average cost of Mr. George DeBorde and wife, S. H. S. AB R H PO A E . remain, Mumps of but tWO men suggested est and most respected farmers and a mile. But, unless the counties Cordially and 'i wem yours, ? ? Mr. and Mrs. Jesse D. Wearen and 5 224 ! fnr thp commission rrom the Crab exercise a more efficient supervis- J. Embry, If MITH. J. ALL Mr. Fox Dudderar, of Stanford, at- citizens of the Kidd's Store section, 3I 5 1 Dozier, ss, Crab Orchard. OrMinrH magisterial district, both of ion than has been the case here- resident. I tended the funeral of Leon DeBorde in the West End, died at his home 1 412 Gover, 2b there, Thursday afternoon about ? whom have the entire confidence of tofore, Kentucky will have neither C. Hill, 2b Stanford out 7theraall ? Sunday. 1 1 1 0. 1 0 ; size considered. On Friday evening, April 14, half past three o'clock of the ills inthe community. Ihese names were roads nor money to show for her Perkins, 3b iqufj'special ; Last Thursday, April 13, Mrs. M. 5 3 20 1916, the spirit of Leon Deborde E. Fish gave a most sumptuous din- cident to old age. Mr. McKinney was W. E. Perkins, the well known mer pains. Louisville Times. edition and the jercrowu oi P. Brown, lb .... 2 0 0 5 a. T school children reofery in- - ? passed from earth to the God who ing to a few friends and her family, in his 32d year. He was a member of chant, of Crab Orchard, who is S. Embry, lb .... 3 3 3 6 0 0 democrat, and Henry Cummins, a i spiring to each ZPztI or our. par- - i gave it. We know this announce- in honor of her seventy sixth birth- one the best known families of that RESOLUTIONS. 0 0 5 1 Shanks, cf ment will fall with deepest gloom day. The dining room was gaily de- section and a highly esteeemed and ty. We want W1M1 ,e again well known farmer of the Preach-ersvill- e 0 410 Noe, rf upon many absent friends of Babe, corated with spring flowers and the respected resident of that communiwho is a republican. section, 0 0 0 0 0 1 as we all loved to call him. For table glistened with cut glass and ty. He had been for many years a With these two men on the commis- Passed By Fiscal Court Concerning H. Cash, rf c... 3 1 0 3 Spoonamore, XEf about sixty days he suffered the silver, and one of the most eleganz faithful member of the Baptist sion and other like them from other Very complimentary - mention is most agonizing Bond Issue Election. 0 0 0 0 0 1 J. Cash, c pain, and was not dinners served. Eeverything good, church. In addition to his wife he is sections of the county, on the com0 made in the KnpxviMe .papers of the free from 41 Reinhart, p it mission, every taxpayer would feel reception accordee&J Jhe- - Knoxville his release for one moment until temptingly arranged and all enjoy- survived by three children, Messrs. Sam and Henry .McKinney and Mrs. At a regular .term of the Lincoln bv death. that no better selections could be 43 15 12 27 16 5 Trade Boosters whwivthey came to that could be done by anEverything ed her hospitality, and many wishes Bettie Gann. Funeral services were able phy- were expressed for a longer life to made to compose a board to spend County Court held April 4th, 1916, 'Total Stanford last week&njha letter from sician, Dr. Hon. James P. Bailey, judge presidEdmiston and a loving be hers. Music, recitations and songs conducted Friday afternoon, interMt. Vernon AB R H PO A E the Knoxville BoajftJ of ' Commerce the bond issue money. That the greatest care and all ing with the following Justices of J. Thompson, cf 5 1 1 3 1 1 printed above .shofe'jtist how the and devoted family and friends, was made it and ideal day indeed. And ment being in the Hustonville cemeof no avail. It was ou"r solemn pleas- as we listened to her and her two tery. safeguards possible will have to be the peace, J. K. Helm, Simon Drew, ss 5 3 business and the J. T. Dudderar and J. M. Cam W. Thompson 2b 5 1 1 2 1 0 following men f eeLjWfcln it,Knoxville ure to visit him' often and to us he daughters, Mrs. Pettus and Newland tne immense sum thrown about taken fs&if&ha expressed himself freely. As we PASSES Payne, p 5 0 Journal and which is sought to be voted, is made den. TribKef fells the story talked to him of his so'ul's condition, sing that sweet old song "Ben Bolt" MRS. McANINCH McAninch. AWAY. On motion duly made, seconded Cox, c by the experience of the 4 manifest 4 7 from the Knoxvilhysvleypointbf the Mrs. Howe H. widow tender memories of our past days said he Jesus and 3 0 0 1 visit here at other counties which have voted and carried unanimously, the fol Chestnut, lb at Crab Or- he few dayswas trusting inour pastor, spent together crowded in and call- of a well known resident and promilater, when 400 1 chard and BrodheaB?The Knoxville a road bonds. In a very illuminating lowing resolution was adopted by Griffin, If ed forth tears. Those present were: nent farmer of the Middleburg secRev. Wyatt, of the Christian church Mrs. M. E. Fish, Mrs. J. G. Carpen- tion of Casey county, who preceded -4 0 0 0 paper said Baker, rf article on the subject last week, the tne ljincoln fiscal Court. went to see him he made a full and ter and Miss Josephine Carpenter, her to the Great Beyond about six Be it resolved. First: That in Bowman, 3b Louisville Times had the following 4 2 Stan fori ake. free confession, expressing an earn- of Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. Will Pet- years ago, joined him on the other to sav about the road bond question the event the proposed bond issue atA brief st est desire to get well so as to finish tus Mrs. Caltha Newland, Miss Fan- shore Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Mc39 6 9 24 9 14 Total in Bell county, where $250,000 was carries, $35,000, will be appropriatland, where,?: another bond ed for the purpose of building a the work by being baptized into the nie Thompson, Mr. Ernest Campbell, Aninch was a splendid Christian first voted, and now E 123456789 R6 H 14 be done, and tidri com- - Baptist faith. There was no young of Cincinnati, Mrs. Mollie Burgtn, woman, a member of a prominent .issue is asked for to complete the pike from Crab Orchard to the Pul- Mt. V'non 00300111 0 9 mittee from "apital of man in the county that had more Mrs. Emma county line at Bee Lick, and for Stanford aski Timessaid: "vork begun.-Th- e. Mrs. Bettie family, and much loved by all who 11200425 15 12 5 Lincoln xou "the purpose of building, a pike from train.Tn. friends than Babe. He had a smile Buchanan. Farris and knew her. Funeral services Bell county was one of the first DartvX: wenspne,. arid kind word for everyone and no Embryo Tr Friday afternon. We failed to mention the very Kentucky to vote a bond issue for the loot ot Chappelrs Gap to the 2; Summary Homerunsx . S. Embry." r the ij in Gover, (financially distressed ever an-- beautifully rendered, song by. Miss roads after the enactment of the top of Hall's Gap, at Carter's Store. Perkins, Payne; base on J.balls, off merce. and S7. ditor o pealed t& him for assistance ip vain Eirdie -- Perkins ar'the-- iJChristian Second: That all other funds State aid law. The amount of bonds arising Hustonville nford's una many remain wno were depend- church on her "1astTslr"ltblner:-Sh- e from the sale of said bonds Reinhart 1; off Payne 1; struck out, The Interior: voted was $250,000. The County will be appropriated to lie by Reinhart 3; by Payne 9; stolen Mayor ent upon his generosity and loyalty. is taking vocal .lessons at Hamilton the various Judge, who had led the fight for the magisterial te man The sisters. Bettie and Sallie and College, Lexington and her voice alMiss Margaret Boyle, daughter districts proportioned to bases, Dozier, Gover, Brown, Shanks, A. B. Florenq bond issue, undertook the building each er, met brothers, John, George and Henry, ways sweet, showed marked im- the late John Boyle, died Tuesday Spoonamore, W. Thomp- and therefore the roads. Under his direction, a based district. Said proportion to be son 2, Payne Reinhart, 2, of other were with him to the very last, and provement and all enjoyed listening and was buried here Wednesday in 2, Chestnut, the party at th large sum was expended in the pur- pays on the amount each district Griffin, Bowman; Cox HOTVH ommit- - are inconsolable, in their intense to her and will be glad when she can the Hustonville cemetery. She died in taxes. The corporation tax on bases, members of th f ' left chase of road machinery. The selec- be equally divided to" each district. Stanford 5; Mt. Vernon 7; double tee. Editor Sau flSlTn the Tuesday grief. This has always been such a once more fill her place in the choir at Rockport, Ind. of heart disease. tion of the quarries from which stone A large crowd of friends and relaThird : Two reputable citizens plays, Spoonamore to Brown to Per- edition of his paper,"had front page devoted family and since their mo- here. was to be taken was made by him. tives attended the burial. from each district, will be selectee! kins; J. Embry to Perkins; J. pictures of the trains and of some of ther's death, eight years ago the two It is nowhere charged that he has from each magisterial district to ad- Thompson to Chestnut; W. Thomp- the boosters, and distributed copies girls took their mother's plac-- with R. M. Newland, of Stanford, benn animated by any other desire vise GERMANY. ULTIMATUM TO took in the horse show here last Satwith the court as to how the son to Drew to Chestnut. Umpires of his paper to members' of the par- Babe, ministering to his evry want county the best than to give Bell President Wilson told Congress urday and attended to some insurty. He had also printed for members with loving giving up system of roads possible. He is a money is to be spent, and what Rice and Thompson. of the party cards containing the society and everything to be near assembled in joint session at one ance business. & Bowyer, Masters man of remarkable energy and pro- roads are to be reconstructed first, men. will run a free auto local livery names and business interests of the him in his delicate condition as he o'clock Wednesday afternoon, he H. C. Wray. of Danville, the nounced decision of character. There and how much money each road is this afternoon for the to thegame principal dealers of the town. was a suiterer irom asthma irom has given Germany irrevocable no- Cumberland Telephone magnate was benefit of the "neverthe- to receive. is no hint of graft. But When the special rolled into the birth. They have this to console tification that the United States will here last Saturday in the iterest of Fourth: Under the law the poll townspeople and business men who Bell less and notwithstanding," wish to attend the game. A number station, a crowd of several hun- them that they never him break off diplomatic relations, if her the company. county is confronted by the necessi tax cannot be increased, nor can it of the J. Beecher Adams of Danville, business men have agreed to dred was on hand to greet, the one moment when in need cf care, illegal submarine campaign is con- -' be raised over the present levy of ty of voting an additional $15).u'Ju close up during the game to permit speakers. The high and grammar and they have fulfilled their mission tinued. A note, America's last word, was here the latter part of the week work done and the. $1.dU. of bonds if the It is ordered that the clerk pub- their employes to go out. Consid- schools had suspended for the visit just as their mother would have practically an ultimatum and demand- among relatives. money already spent are not to repWill Murphy, son and daughter lish these resolutions in the Interior erable interest was aroused this of the Knoxville party, and tho done. To his dear sister, Mayme Ste- ing an immediate reply, presumably resent a . practically total loss. Foreign Office as Journal on Friday, April 21st. and morning by the announcement that school chilren fell into procession wart, who resides in California and was in the Berlinspeaking. The Pres- were here last Saturday to sell their According to ths Pinnacle News, Friday," May produce. Stanford's battery today will be Wes- just behind the band, whilt, members could not be present, our deepest the President was "approximately $200,000 of the road bills be struck.5th. And that 1,000 ley Embry and Mike Pennv. who of the reception committee paired sympathy is extended. Mr. McClary ident asked no action whatever to Luke Dunn and wife, of Mt. Safund has been spent and between A Copy: Attest were the battery for the High School with members of the trade party gave a beautiful and impressive Congress. He simply informed it of lem, were here a few days ago. two and five miles of road has- - been Uncle Jesse Huston was in town team in many a victory. Spalding and escorted them to the courthouse talk assisted by Rev. Wyatt of the the accumulation of facts proving G. B. COOPER, Clerk, assurances to the last Saturday evening for the first finished." Hill, of this city, plays third base It had been planned to hold the Christian church. Many beautiful that Germany's being Lincoln County Court. for the Varsity nine. Tlie paper meeting in the court room, but it flowers covered the handsome cas- Unted States are Three violated ; that time in several months. From the Middlesboro States it is to be inferred that the Judge Lincoln Wells and family, signed by the business men to close was nothiner like larere enouorh to ket and such a peaceful restful ex- the submarine campaign, despite the people of Bell county have been 'eft up is as follows: COLDS QUICKLY RELIEVED. hold the crowd, so the speaking was pression was upon his face. One of earnest protests of the United btates of Yosemite, have been the guests somewhat in the dark as to the way We, the undersigned, do herebv done from the steps of the large the largest crowds ever gathered at is being conducted with renewed vig- of his daughter, Mrs. S. T. Powell Many people cough and cough or in contravention of all the laws of for several days. in which their money has been spent: agree to close from 3:15 until close and handsome Lincoln county court a funeral, was present. It is said: "We will admit too from the beginning of Fall right thru of game, provided the other business house Rev. C. R. Blain, of Pineville, will Mr. Evans, the field .secretary of nations and humanity, and that he much publicity in some cases is not to Spring. Others get cold after men close: J. L. Beazley, M. D. ElMembers of the party were wel- the Christian Endeavor society, was means to sever relations unless it is preach the Easter sermon at the the best when in big business finan- cold. Take Dr. King's New Discov- more, E. B. Campbell, Pence & Hill, comed to Stanford by K. S. Alcorn, here last week to visit our Endeavor. brought within the law. Diplomatic Presbyterian church at 11:30. cial problems are in the course of ery and you will get almost immedi- W. A. Tribble, Phillips & Phillips, an attorney, in a few brief but well He seemed well pleased with the history of the world shows that such Uncle Faddie Wheeler attended being worked out, but when the just returned from Wilson Bros.' chosen words, who invited them to work being done here and praised a course is almost certain to be fol- the Presbytery at Louisville this public money is being used, we be- ate relief. It checks your cold, W. H. Higgins, E. T. Pence, Jr., G. "help themselves to anything they the president, Miss Myrtle Murray, lowed by war. The President's note week. to and lieve it is necessary that the public stops the racking, rasping, tissue-tearin- g H. Farris, J. C. McClary, T. D. New-lan- d saw they wished for." John Sandidge and daughter, and vice president, Miss Mayme Theyhis address endCongress are final. of diplomatic ex- Mrs. Rosa Carpenter, of New Castle, mark the be informed in detail. We have urgcough, heals the inflamma& Son, Sam Robinson, W. H. He then presented Judge Lindsay, Holman, on their efficient work. He ed these facts upon Judge Asher. tion, soothes the raw tubes. Easy to Brady, T. C. Ball, A. E. Phillips, who announced the arrangements gave them ideas about their endeav- changes. A continuance of the long- Ind., arrived here the first of the standing friendly relations, the Pres"This was our advice to him sev- take, Antiseptic and Healing. Get a Wilkinson's Barber Shop, Farmer's for the exercises at Stanford. The. or that were most helpful. A special ident made clear, depends alone upon week. eral months back, when it was apProf. S. S. Robinson and wife Barber Shop. program had been arranged for the song by the following little ones conduct. parent that a new bond issue was 50c bottle of Dr. King's New Diswent to Louisville Wednesday to atbusiness men. of the town to meet was finely rendered, Vietta Bell, Germany's cyclone did $125,000 worth tend the K. E. A. A small necessary before the present roads covery and keep it in the house. "It GO TO TEACHERS MEETING in groups with the business men of Ailene Collier, Sarah May Pettus, of damage in Louisville Thursday mapped out could be completed. is certainly a great medicine and I Will Hays of Stanford, was here the trade trip party, and they divid- Billy Boy Pettus, Orlean Anderson, Trustee Wm. Landgraf, of the ed off into, groups, according to Ailene Newland and Clara Doty night. When you are spending the people's keep a bottle of one day last week showing his new it continually on county schools, and 9upt. W. C. Wil- their various lines .of business, and money, they want to be informed on Chevrolet auto. Fish. Mr. Evans complimented the we now urg that hand" writes W. C. Jesseman, Fran-coni- son, of the Stanford Graded and talked business while the remainder efforts of the little ones very highly. LATEST WAR NEWS. these matters, and Mrs. D. W. Dunn spent last Sun N. H. Money back if not. sat- High Schools headed Lincoln coun- of the large crowd was addressed And our Endeavor is one of the finwith her aged if Judge Asher wants to get right The arrival in France of a large day at Moreland ty's delegation to Lousville Wednes- by Dr. Stuart. The doctor talked es est places to go on each Sunday number of Russian troops to rein- aunt, Mrs. Priscilla Brown, who is before the people to give them a de isfied but it nearly always helps. day for the Kentucky Educational pecially to the school tailed statement backed with logical night.' force the Western battleline has quite feeble. Association. Among the teachers his speech madesuch achildren, and suggestions as to why we need the Rev. Brandenburg and family are Mrs. Daisy Hunt and Mayme Hol- brought great joy to the Entente Alhit with his WEDDING BELLS and their friends who went were: audience that wnen a voice in the man were in Brodhead Monday. bond issue. It is all right in a busilied countries, where it is hoped that now pleasantly located with us on Bur-dettness deal to go and consult a few disAmong those who were Issued mar- Misses Sallie Mills Craig, Sallie New-lan- e, audience asked that if the party Mr. Charles Parrish Buchanan, of with them fighing shoulder to shoul- the Danville avenue in the PresbyRuth Darnell, Jennie tinguished private citizens, but when riage licenses by County Clerk Coopwould not all stay, that they at Louisville, came to see his mother der with the British, French and Bel- terian parsonage. Lucile Gastineau, Annie we are spending the money of all er during the past month, were: Mr. Luke Carpenter left Friday least leave Dr. Stuart, the crowd Wednesday and fished a few tfays. I gians a material change in the sit- Elizabeth Eldridge, Eliza- made it unanimous. But Judge Lindmorning on the early train for his the people it is nothing but right that Fred Richards, 28, and Kate Mailin, uation may shortly develop. Murray went to Miss beth Higgins, Sophia Saunders, say replied that Knoxville could not Brodhead Mvrtle home at New Castle, Ind. Tuesday to visit her mo24, who were married on the 2nd. Belle Denny, Mrs. H. D. Phillips, get along without Dr. Stuart. The ther. Uncle Bailey Lynn, of Brush COUNTY COURT NOTES. DRAFT. DANGERS OF Luther O. Harris, 18, and Minnie Miss Jessie Lee Phillips, Mrs. Dollie In county court Thursday morn- Creek, was here Thursday buying Mrs. Pearl Everett, of Benton, doctor caught the crowd by several Drafts feel best when we are hot White, 18, married April 10. McBee, and Prof. D. B. Spragens. stories, and got a big laugh when he Ky., is with her parents, Mr. and ing the case of the Commonwealth farming implements of Riffe Bros. and perspiring, just when they are Ward Bunch, 26, and Sarah Smith, Dr. Bertie Carpenter and sister, against Dink Farmer and Curtis told them that the business men of LMrs. J. H. Collier. most dangerous and the result is 28, married April 12. Thomas Jeffries, who conducted the partv were not speakers but men Saufley, of Young, for the cutting of timber Miss Mary Carpenter motored to Mr. and Mrs. Shelton John Payne, 37, and Malvina Wren a restaurant at Nicholasville was' of business and of deeds, and that Stanford, were here on business on each other's property, was dis- Stanford Wednesday. Neuralgia, Stiff Neck, Sore Muscles iMrs. Carlisle Alcorn and baby, of missed. In the case of the wife of shot and killed Monday night by they carried him for the same rea- Wednesday. or sometimes an attack of Rheuma- 17, married April 15. against Louisana are the guests of Dr. Alcolored, J. B. Adams, 45, and Ida May two policemen when he resisted ar- son that "a woman keeps a canary Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Batson and George Holmes, tism. In such cases apply Sloan's Wren, 23, married April 19. rest. Jefferies is said to have at- bird, for its, good looks and its voice. Cecil Batson, of Lancaster, and Mr. Mr. Manning, for obstructing a pri- corn and family. Liniment. It stimulates circulation Uncle Jerry Briscoe and wife, of Jesse Goens, 21, of Garrard coun- tempted to cut T. C. Willis, a grocer The doctor iriade a fine talk to the and Mrs. Dave Sanders and Master vate passway, the passway, was adto the sore and painful part. The ty, and Ella Miller, 16, of Lincoln, with a knife when they pjuarreled. children," and wjien he finishedt Dave Sanders, Jr., Mrs. Sallie Ross judged to the woman, and Mr. Man- Milledgeville were in town Thursday morning for the first time, in a Willis swore out a warrant. Judge Lindsay invited them, when Lawson and son, George, from the ning had to pay the costs. John blood flows freely and in a short married April 9. for the breach of the peace year. same city, spent Sunday witk Mr. time the stiffness and pain leaves. was fined one cent and costs. His Age Is Against Him. Taken With Croup. Those suffering from Neuralgia or First School of Good Health. Protect School Children. "I am 52 years old and I have been "A few nights ago one of my paMeasles, scarlet fever and whoop Cut This Out It Is Worth Money. All schools of medicine agree that Information for Women. Neuralgic Headache will find one or trons a HouseworK Is trying oa health and it is necessary to keep the bowels two applications of Sloan's Liniment troubled with kidneys and bladder writes had T. child taken with croup,"e, ing cougm. vare prevalent amonjjf DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this M. Davis, merchant, Bears-vill- school children in many cities. Arsiilip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co., strength. Women are as inclined to open and regular if one wishes to for a good many years," writes Argive grateful relief. The agon- thur Jones, Allen, Kans. "My age will W. Va., "About midnight he common cold,never- should be neglect- Chicago', 111., writing your name and kidney and bladder trouble as men. enjoy good health. Indigestion poiizing pain gives way to a tingling is against-mto ever get cured, but came to my store and bought a bottle ed as it weakens the system so that address clearly. You will receive in Aching back, stiff, sore joints and sons the system and invites disease. sensation of comfort and warmth and Foley's Kidney Pills do me more good of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. it is riot "wf condition to throw off return a trial package containing Fo- muscles, blurred vision, puffiness un- Folev Cathartic Tablets cleanse the quiet rest and sleep. is possible. Good fthan anything I ever tried." Rheu Before morning " the child was en more seriotr diseases. Foey's Honey ley'' Honey and Tar Compound for der eyes, should be given prompt at- Pbowels without griping or nausea, Many such letshooting pains, tirely recovered.' restore, banish bloating, sweeten Foley croup; acts iior Teuritis too. Price 25c at your matism, aching back, action, all have ters have been written. Sold every.- -- and Tar is pleasant to take, Sold bronchial coughs, colds, and Cathar- tention. action toKidney Pills kidneys and invigorate the .liver. the stomach n,u v;Hney Pills, and Foley stiff joints, irregular healthy quickly, contains no opiates. irritated Sold Druggist. , been relieved. Sold everywhere. where. everywhere.' . and bladder. Sold everywhere. tic Tablets. - Sold" everywhere. J ou all the people be consulted enlightened upon these matters." The situation again emphasizes the absolute necessity in every county that votes bonds of having a commission to handle the money and of employing a competent road engineer to direct the work of construction. In three of the counties, indictments have been returned against county officials for misuse of the road funds. In the case of Judge Asher, no such accusation has been brought or, we are confident, can be brought. If he has made mistakes, they were honest mistakes. If he erred, is has been in trying to give Bell county a system of roads without calling to his aid expert advice and TOUGH PLEASED 3 WIH and.-Newspapers Tuesdays and Fridays ENGINE KILLS High School Team Plays Centre College Nine Beat Mt. Vernon. RECEPfiOf HERE Knoxville Boosters The Stanford High School baseSay Nice Things Abolifc Welcome ball team is working mighty hard to keep its record clean this season, by Accorded Them inA Stanford defeating the' strong Centre College nine here this afternoon. Of course, the local lads are." up against a tough proposition. A large crowd is out, An Appreciation. ........ M. SP e-f- one-four- th $4,-00- 113 13 10 12 10 11 11210 13 fthey had finished their course in the btanford schools to come down to Knoxville and enter the university, Where they would be turned out trained men and women for the battle of life. The reception at Stanford was the best of the trip with the single exception of that Monday at Berea, which any town will have to hump to beat. The crowd was large, the reception was cordial and everybody was in fine spirit. The procession, was the longest of the series, by reason of the several hundred school children and members of the town reception committee who fell in with the boosters. Short Stop at Crab Orchard. Only a short stop was made at Crab Orchard. There was quite a crowd at the station to meet the party, but considerable time had been lost earlier in the day, and the Crab Orchard stay was made brief in order to try to make back some of the lost time. Anyway, only a brief stop had been scheduled for the place, and Colonel Hu M. Tate made the only talk, telling the crowd that had gathered that on account of the briefer stop it had been decided to make, no program would be entered into. He expressed the regret of the party that the stay had to be cut short, extended greetings from Knoxville and Tennessee to the and closed as the conductor signaled the "go ahead" and the crowd scrambled for the already moving train. Another short stop was made at Brodhead. Here, too, the school had been dismissed and upwards of a hundred children and several score of adults had lined up at the depot to greet the party. Ken-tuckians, Mrs. Albert Deatherage Meets' deep cold. Another fire alarm was sounded slant Death On Crossing At a few days ago, when the Buchanan Rowland Friday Morning house occupied by Mrs. Fish and Mr. Will Pettus' family was discovered burning on the roof. It was soon exMrs. Albert tinguished, however, with but little land was struckDeatherage, of Rowby an engine rundamage to the roof. Caught from ning "light" at the pike and railsoot falling from chTmney. crossing at Rowland this mornRev. Wyatt preached most excel- road about 8.30 o'clock ing and was inlent sermons at the Christian church stantly killed. Mrs. Deatherage had Sunday morning and evening and been in poor health for some time, Monday and Tuesday evenings, as and it is thought that she did not he could not here Easter Sun.day. realize the approach of Rev. Jasper Livingston will when it came upon her.the engine The pilot preach at the Christian church the struck her and carried her some fifth Sunday. There will be no upon preaching the first and second Sun- head is A severe towound caused the believed have her days in May, but there will be services on the third and fourth Sun- death. Mrs. Deatherage 60 days and on Monday night, June 12. years of age, and the was about well wife of a A revival will begin at the church known resident of that section. by Rev. Wyatt assisted by his father sides him, she is survived by Befour who, will conduct the sonar service children, three sons, Messrs, Clarand an able minister will assist in ence, Hubert and Ernest Deatherthe work. So every one get ready age and and attend the whole series cf meet- this city. Mrs. Albert Terry, all of ings. Prompt medical A little child of Mr. given the unfortunate attentionof was the and Mrs. Murphy has been almost at accident, but she was victimall morpast the point of death from pneumonia, tal aid. when picked up. She had a but by close attention from Dr. great many will sinJones and the fine nursing of Mrs. cerely mourn friends who end. her untimely Emma Farris, who never left it, there is marked improvement in its AGED WEST END CITIZEN condition. Mrs. Farris is an excellent nurse and goes wherever duty calls Burton M'Kinney Passes Away At dis-tan- ce. five-year-o- and Mrs. F. G. Hurt. Mr. Earl Baker has been quite ill with something like pneumonia for several aays, Dut is improving. Mrs. McWhorter has been quite sick for over a week with a very Ar.rn v-- ST . ij wruviATv t A ld --- Pe-tre- y, 13 12 12 10 116 17 10 10 1011 - Row-ghadi- fo two-base-hi- ts, WKH jr.j W werat-conducte- d " semi-week- ly eJVB afBB 'l-- ...fe or' i 3 self-sacrific- e, ne-'k'cte- d a, d, y, Mc-Kinne- Fal-kenber- ry, - e " . -- Hv v ft' T - THe Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, April 21 , 1916 The Interior Journal Condensed Report of The Condition of I Got Rid of My Corns S. M. SAUFLEY... ..Editor and Proprietor With Magic "Gets-It- " $1 a Year in Advance. Paper Stops WhenT Time For "Which It is Paid, Expires Entered at the Postoffice at Stanford, as Second Class Mail Matter. Ky., Simplest Com Cure in the "World--No Fain, No Fuss. New, Sue Way. When corns make you almost "die them and soaked them and sliced them, when lf TAILOR MADE SUITS. While we carry an immense stock of perfect fit ting Men's and Young Men's Ready-Mad- e Clothes and ought to be able to fit and please most any one, still there are many who want their clothes Lincoln County NationalBank, On March 7, 1916. RESOURCES: Interest-bearin- g obligations due bank3K$480,09035 10,750 00 Banking House and Equipment 73,547 65 Available Cash Assets Stanford business men are pushing and advertising next week as Pay Up week and reports are that their movement is being taken kindly and meeting with much encouragement. If everybody would pay their bills at the same time, a mighty little money would pay an awful lot of bills. Try it on. WOMAN'S CLUB NOTES. The visit of Mrs. Lafon Riker, of with your boots on," when you've picked corn-swelling 1 I J "" - Lr $564,388 00 LIABILITIES: Capital, Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits $179,878 98,600 285,909 $564,388 "Corner Next. Tol Court House." 98 00 02 00 Stanford, Kentucky Would Connect Chicago and New York The Type Used in One Year to Publish Endorsements of Doans Kidney Pills. would reach from New York to Chicago. These miles of good words told by 35,000 tongues sound glad a. a- wr -- 't i - i w Regular services at. the Baptist church Sunday. Morning subject, "Heirship With Christ." Rev. J. A. Trostle was chosen Moderator of the Transylvania many kidney remedies on Of the Presbyteiy which is in session at the market today, none other is recPerryville. ommended like Doan's Kidney Pills. Sunday, church, Presbyterian Thirty-fiv- e thousand benefited peoApril 23, Easter Service, at 11 ple gladly testify in the newspapers o'clock, and service in evening at hunof their own towns. Forty-fiv- e 7:30. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Tried Various Kidney dred American newspapers publish C. E. Meeting at 6:45 p. m. this home proof of Doan's merit. Remedies But Only At the Methodist church Sunday The type used in one year to tell morning, an Easter sermon, with apthis wonderful story would make a One Proved Reliable propriate music. Sunday school at solid column of metal twice as high 9:30; Epworth League at 7:00 p. m. as the world's highest mountain. Evening sermon at 7.30 p. m. SunPlace end to end the lines of type It is with great pleasure that I day morning, April 30, Children's write these lines of praise for your Day services. wonderful kidney and bladder remeCommissioner s Sale CENT dy. I ADS became had kidnev trouble so Ibad I very much alarmed. had Lincoln Circuit Court Huston-vill- e tried various kidney remedies I heard The People's Bank of Plainitff of but without relief. I was about vs FRES Ira5IH$at;uay morning. discouraged of ever being helped, Defendants George C. C. Smith, etc., 32-- 1 BY USING when, one day I picked up a book conPursuant to a judgment rendered hjiL'J;i,.fc? taining testimonials of people who in the Lincoln Circuit Court at its .iTH k.TWTJ "WANTJ3. OESGh fs'for 35 head of had been helped and cured of their February term, 1916, in the above Xt'tf &JrvtAiir styled case, the undersigned ComT:i,4. oi o kidney trouble by the use of Dr. Kil d WW will on missioner .V I sincerely hope mer's Swamp-Roo- t. 'ri MONDAY. MAY 8th, 1916 mv words will be the means at re (County Court Day) in front of the! JUST.Vec storing manv other sufferers of kid blv'of c&n court nouse uoor in outni.ui.u, ney and bladder troubles to gooa at 11 o'clock, A. M., offer for sale at Pence, $i$t& health. , public outcry, to the highest and Very turuly yours, 'J best bidder, the following described B. J. FENSTERMAKER. cottage FORf$! hFour-roo"Tfte Brand That Satisfies" real estate in Lincoln county: A O. Ave. Seat. Apply to ueo, 1491 Roycroft appeared Lakewood, me certain tract of land lying and be- on Eas?UJ Personally before McKin-neing adjacent to the town of D. Floret 22tf this 18th day of October, 1915, B. J. nVJHtanford. White Lead, Oxide Zinc and Linseed Ky., having a frontage of 150 Fenstermaker, who subscribed the covering power, spreading Paint of great feet on Middleburg pike and 150 feet above statement and made oath that in rear, on the north side of said pike few extra good the same is true in substance and in FOR SALE.--capacity and durability. There is no guess work about and extending back 160, 145, and thoroughbred Barred Plymouth Rock fact. A its quality. Read the formula on every can. This paint 139 feet, respectively to an alley, eggs; $1.50 per setting. Lewis WM. J. KLOTZBACH, like coating which remains 32-- 1 forms a tough, tenacious, leather and more fully described as lots Nos. Procter, Stanford. Notary Public 10, 11 and 12, "Block C" in plat of for many years. It retains its color too. in perfect condition McKin-ne"Tanner Addition to town of Letter to FOR SALE. One 1914 Ford tourIt costs no more to apply the best than a cheap, inferior Ky." ing car in good running shape. H. Dr. Kilmer & Co., j Said sale is made on a credit of 30-tthe best is the cheapest in the long run. grade. Therefore f six months, purchaser to execute C. Carpenter, Stanford. Binghampton, N. Y. bond wth approved personal securi117 Brand has been sold in your community for years. Ask ty, bearing interest at six per cent LIBERAL REWARD. For a lost Prove What Swamp-Roo- t YV of Pence & Hill, your dealer about its quality and for names of users. from date of sale, until paid, payable check of $33.30 1916. T. D. New-lanWill Do For You to Commissioner, said bond having dated April 19, 32-- 1 force and effect of a judgment, a Stanford, Ky. Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & on lien to be retained on property sold. Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a samE. W. PENNINGTON, FOR RENT. Storeroom and nice ple size bottle. It will convince anyM. C. L. C. C. THE LINCOLN PHARMACY, Stanford, Ky. 32-soda fountain; best one. You will also receive a booklittle location in Crab Orchard. S. J. Ta-te- let of valuable information, telling 29-- 3 Crab Orchard, Ky. about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure roid mention the FOR SALE. One black horse Stanford Interior Journal. Regular size bottles and mule; two years old; has been work- fifty-ce15 hands high and sound. for sale at all drug stores. ed; about Livingston Cooper, Moreland, Ky. -A- tidings to any Stanford sufferer who wants relief from kidney and bladder ills. Here s a Stanford case. Don't experiment. Use the remedy endorsed by people you know. H. D. Aldridge, blacksmith, E. Main St., Stanford, says: "I had pains through my back and the action of my kidneys was irregular. I don't sleep well at nght. When I heard about Doan's Kidney Pills. I used them. They soon strengthened my kidneys and stopped the pain." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Aldridce had. Foster-Mi- lburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Harrodsburg to the Stanford Woman's Club proved to be an interesting event and she received cordial enthusiasm and hearty cooperation from the members. Mrs. Riker is chairman of the Health Department of the State Federation, and having long been identified with club work, is, by her practical knowledge and experience, fully capable of instructing along all lines of civic work. Her talk on Civics was both interesting and educative, and if "heeded by the Stanford Club will be of great benefit to our town. She spoke at some length on preventable diseases and how much easier it was to use precautions than to cure diseases. She especially emphasized the need of oiling the streets as it is a well known fact that dust is a menace to health. She reviewed the liistnrv of the Harrodsbure: Wo man's Club, how it has, from a small beginning, grown to large proportions, and accomplished so much for their city, having recently built a hospital, that cost them $10,000. She heartily recommended a hospital for Lincoln county and advocated perseverance and courage to undertake great things. She advised watchfulness on the part of the women interested in civic work and assured them if they would demand clean streets nnH nttrnp.Hvft Kiirroundinors the men would cooperate with them and see that they secured tnem. one especially emphasized the importance of TnorrVmrts sorppninc their fruits and vegetables from flies, and protecting them from the aust oi tne streets. She came to use with a message of Violrrfnlnpsc nnd encouragement, and that it will prove permanently beneficial depends upon the cooperation of the men and women of the entire town. MADE TO THEIR MEASURE mt, J II if I v' Why Have Corns At All When "Gets-It- " Removes Them th NewDeadSure Way ? salves, and tapes, bandages, and d plasters that make corns have only made your corns grow faster, just hold your heart a moment and figure this: Put two dropa on the corn. It dries of "Gets-It- " at once. Youon'can put your shoe right over it. The and stocking corn is doomed. It makes the corn come off clear and clean. It's the new, easy way. Nothing to stick or press on the corn. You can wear smaller No shoes. You'll be a pain, no trouble. Accept no substitutes. "Gets-It- " is sold by druggists everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. Sold in Stanford and recommend ed ;if;the world's best corn remedy, by tH Lincoln Pharmacy. pop-eyejoy-walker. f h 1 1' II vTT X ' 1 News of the Churches And according to their own ideas; and to those customers we make 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, I STANFORD THE FISH ARE BITIN' And nowhere can you secure finer tackle of all sorts than we are showing this season. We have everything that a thoroughbred fisherman could wish for. Come in and look our stock over before you plan your fishing trip. -WORD Preserve Your Property tlSS a.l-IiA- (G H.&W.Pure 700-paun- .' Prepared Paint Penny's Drug Store STANFORD, KY. a-y., BHB1BIB1IIBM m APure y, A y, Cultivated Hemp Seed Free. Call and let us Explain the Prop- sition to You. HO d. HHMbtI 3f up-to-da- te m, W. H.HIGGINS, : : Stanford, Ky. Easter Is Here Big Stock of White Goods. nt one-doll- ar 32-2- p. And we are prepared for you. Knowing that our customers would want something extra for this season, we prepared ourselves witha a black Polled Angus Bull at $1 at the Widow Smith place on the Lancaster pke. B. BULL. G. Gover. 29-4t I am standing fC BE L T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Court-Hous- e, D I WILL stand a good Percheron stallibn on the Stanford and pike, at $8; two for $15; clubs of three for $20. W. A. Hatch32-- 2 er. Mil-ledgevi- lle ee&ee SEm-PAST- E Have Some Fine Seed Corn, both White and Yellow, and All Kinds of Garden Seeds, Rakes and Hoes. Phone No. 168. Stanford, Kentucky. White Embroidered Dresses $1 to $9.98. Silk Dresses $2.98 to $12.50. Waists of all kinds and colors 45c to $3.50. Dress Skirts, in all colors and materials 50c to $10. Ladies' White Underskirts we are showing in our windows 50c to $3. Ladies' Night Gowns 39c to $2.50. Corset Covers 15c to $1.50. Ladies' White Hats for Easter 75c $2.50. Ribbons in great display at lc to 75c yard. Ladies' Silk Hosiery, white and colors, 25c to $1.50. Silk Gloves, 50c to $2.50. Madame Grace Corsets, for stout, slim or medium women. You should see them! Laand Crepe Suits $4.98 to $27.50. dies' Palm Beach,-SergFOR MEN we have a big line of Panama and Straw Hats, Suits of all kinds; Shoes that will please and Shirts, Collars and Ties of the latest and most approved style. e I HAVE started my dry cleaning and pressing establishment. Work called for and delivered. Call Phone 9000. Work quaranteed. S. Y. Carson. 32-t- f. PAINT is by far the most economical and best paint you can use. Simply add one gallon of pure JAnsced Oil to one gallon of and you get Pee Gee Semi-Pastwo gallons of paint that te FOR SALE. The house and lot on Main street, near the Presbyterian church, occupied by Lizzie Saulter, at the time of her death. J. N, Saun27-- tf ders. JERSEYS and Mules For Sale. One good fresh cow and four choice yearling heifers; one pair s, horse mules, broke; and four unbroke. A. W. Carpen30-- 1 ter, Moreland, Ky. three-year-old- Prepare Your Lawns s So they will grow and your gardens so they'll grow vegetables by nature's nroduction, that is Agricultural Ground Lime, recommended by Ky. Agricultural Dept. Sold in ton lots and blue-gras100-pound Lasts Longest Looks Best This enables you to paiat all your at lowest cost. Pee e Roof and Barn Gee Paint is the best protection against destruction and decay. Ask For Free Color Card. out-buildin- gs Semi-Past- FOR SALE. Privately at resi dence piano, davenport, library tasuite, folding ble, dishes, bed-roohe'd,, chairs, rockers, druggets, rugs, book-casBrenlin window shades and fixtures, machine, rem e, hat-racl- c, A Fee Gee Finiah For Every FHirpose NEW STANFORD DRUG CO., Stanford, Ky. ,i3 bags. Salem & Salem The Bargain Store Salem & Salem frigerator, sils, coal-o- il cook-stov- e, cooking uten- stove (four, burners, large oven,) linoleum, two heating stoves, lawn mower, porch settees, etc. Call any time. 'Mrs. Lena Pal- J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY mer Campbell. 31-- 3 '.r t The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, April 21 , 1916 The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky., tives. Louisville, where he is visiting rela- Jesse Munday left Thursday for Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Norman at Walton. Logan McCormack and June With a Capitalfof $250,000.00.' for Akron, 0., leave where they will accept position. Miss Anna Warren is the guest of friends at Winchester. She saw "The The sum of $200,000.00 Birth of a Nation" there. Miss Elizabeth Holtzclaw visited has since been returned her mother, Mrs. Anna Bailey at Lancaster the last of the week. to the stockholders in Mrs. Lucy Carter was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Carter the STOCK DIVIDENDS. first of the week. Mrs. W. A. Carson and Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon were-- , in Lancaster The sum of . $235,500.00 Tuesday with relatives. Mrs. L. B. Hilton has returned has since been paid to after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cass at Brodhead. the Stockholders in the A. T. Nunnclley, R. C. Engleman SEMI-ANNUA- L and E. T. Pence, Jr., are in Martins DIVIville, Ind., for a week or ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Mclean spent DENDS. a few days the first part of the week at Maretburg with his parents, Carried to the SurplusIFund $ 28,500 00 Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCall. Mrs. J. W. Baughman, Mrs. Harry Carter and Mrs. I. M. Bruce were Total, $464,000.00 motored to Danville Wednesday by Mr. J. W. Baughman. Miss Emmaline Arnold, of Richmond and Misses Ruth and Margaret Tt will nav vou to visit J. W. Fields was in Louisville this Beck, of McKinney, are the week end guests of Miss Elizabeth Hunn. week on business. Pharmacy, J. 1 the Lincoln Mrs. H. P. Glasscox and daughter, rCharley Pendleton accompanied proprietor, next W. Acey, Anna Rose, are the guests of her Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Severance to Monday and Tuesday. A mother, 'Mrs. L. S. Rose atParks-ville- . last Sunday. representative of the Ohio Mrs. Mary E. Ferrill and pretty L. R. Hughes left Thursday for Varnish Co., will be there daughter, Miss Christine Ferrill, of Louisville, were he will stay for a to demonstrate that wonWaynesburg, were callers at this of- short time and then go on to Paris, derful varnish and you fice this week. Indiana, for a short visit. should be on hand to see Miss Mary Craig Hayden left Miss Louanna Whitehead, of Mt. Thursday for her home at Paris af- Vernon, passed through here Wedthe work done. ter a visit to her grandmother, Mrs. nesday on her way to Louisville to Permelia Brown and other relatives. spend several days. and Mrs. P. Personal and Social J. Mr. and Mrs. A.wentHunn Louisville Miss Virginia Burchfield, ofatPine-vill- e, C. Reynolds to who is attending school was here between trains WedWednesday to visit relatives and T. K. Watson is in Lexington and friends for several days. nesday en route home for a short Danville this week on business. Miss Essie Vaught, of Coy, Gar- vacation. Mrs. Emma Bright, of King's rard county, has returned home afMrs. Beverley Rout, who underMountain, was here Wednesday to ter a visit to Mrs. L. Simpson, out went an operation in Louisville Wednesday morning, is doing nicely attend the Wrenn Jones wedding. on the Lancaster pike. William Thompson of Mt. Vernon Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Allen and chil- her many friends will be glad to is here with L. R. Hughes for sever- dren, of Millersburg, spent Sunday learn. Mrs. Samuel W. Menefee, of New al days. with her parents, E. P. Woods and York accompanied by her young J. P. Easley, an insurance man, of family. Danville, was here several days this Mrs. Ben Jennings and little son, Samuel W. Menefee, Jr., spent daughter, Mary Margaret are the Wednesday in Stanford, the guest week. Mrs. T. K. Watson went to Lan- guests of L. D. Jennings and family of her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John N. Menefee. Mr. Menefee caster Wednesday to spend several days with her sister, Mrs. Will LackB. T. Lunsford and wife took the is so busy in New York, where he is ey. train here Wednesday morning for agent for the Detroit Electric car, Miss Malissa Wilcher, of the Louisville to consult Dr. McMurtry that he could not get away at this southern part of the county, is vis- j in regard to her condition as she time to make a visit "back home," iting her brother, Willie Wilcher at has been in bad health for some much to the regret of his many friends. Heidleburg, Ky. time. Gi-ve- ns Mil-lersbu- rg Lo-rett- Was Organized October 4tK, 1882, Mrs. R. L. Lunsford, of Gilbert's Creek, was in town shopping Thursday. This is a subject Duncan Bagby, of Covington, is minds in all times. the guest of his uncle, W. R. Hocker this week. S. D. Campbell returned this week from a visit to relatives at Pcrry-vill- e. What is Home Without an Waynesburg Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Sweeney are receiving congratulations on the l of a little daughter in their arx-iva- Which Do You Prefer? It is important for reasons of health and practical economy for every housekeeper to ask herself this question: "Do I prefer a pure baking powder like Royal, made of cream of tartar derived from grapes, or am I willing to use a baking powder made of alum or phosphate, both derived from mineral sources?" The names of the ingredients printed on the label show whether the kind you that has a place in all home. Rev. E. W. Coakley closed his BiAnd it naturally di rects thought as to the ble School at this place Friday. He comfort of the mother taught a ten days' session and all during that wonderful who attended feel that they were period of expectancy. greatly benefitted by it. Mothers who know recMesdames Mary Burleson, Delia ommend "Moth e r ' s Friend." It Is an ex- Florence, Nannie Singleton, Mattie ternal remedy for the Gooch and Misser Anna Padgett and stretching muscles, en- Agatha Burleson attended the W. ables them to expand M. U. at McKinney Saturday and rewithout undue strain, port a nice time. assists the organs to Mr. T. J. Burleson was in McKincrowd against nerves, ligaments ney on business Saturday. to pull at Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Singleton, to thus avoid nain. days are assured, peaceful Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Morgan, Rev. Thus restful nights are experienced, morning sickness, Coakley, Mr. T. J. Burleson and apprehension headache, and other dis- Lloyd Routen attended meeting at tresses are among the various things which women everywhere relate they entirely es- Pleasant. Point Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Will Sweeney visitcaped by using "Mother's Friend. And by its effect upon the muscles the form is re- ed her mother, Mrs. Hogue at Pleas- xrW smooth contour after baby is born. Get a bottle of this invaluable aid to expectant mothers. Any druggist will supply you. It is harmless but wonderfully effective. Write to Bradfield Regulator Co., 413 Lamar Dldg., Atlanta, Ga., for a specially writ ten guide book for women Interested In the subject of maternity. It will prove an inspiration. It contains information that every woman slwuld know all about Write today. tained and they return to their natural, a, Facts You disordered condition. Five disease is the result of a Should Know That (1) (2) disease. (3) That the blood Is the carrier of poisons throughout the body. (4) That to successfully treat any disease originating in the blood, we have to treat the blood, as the cause. (5) That S. S. S. is the, most reliable remedy for removing impurities from the blood. jcw S. S. S. is no experiment of to-- Poison, chronic skin trouble, or any day, but Is a successful remedy for other form of blood trouble. S. S. S. will go directly to the seat of the the blood that has been-taVEABft. 'to thousands of sufferers blessing trouble; giving the blood a thorfor the kfe.v vy.v, last fifty years. There is nothing ough cleansing, driving out the imkVV aVTi way, and leav"m mM".mysterious about S. S. S. It is an purities in a natural and refreshed, ing the blood pure extract from native herbs, roots ready to do its full duty in building and bark, each known for its pecu- the tissues up to a normal and healliar medicinal value. These ingre- thy state. Begin today on a bottle dients combine and act In a bene- of S. S. S. and note how soon you ficial and helpful way with nature. will begin to feel relief. We will It doesn't matter whether your gladly give special advice and free case of blood trouble is one of the consultation. If you are in doubt many forms of Rheumatism, or Ca- about the nature of your case, write tarrh, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Medical Department, Room 73, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. That when we correct the disordered condition, we eliminate the ftUCCTVOST THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ftC9ft0TCD f&s& CS5I rc ATLANTA. CA. U.S.A. C Hmw to Kjuralfc a PrteSLOOftrBottte. PrV. JL75PrBottlo. (uxot tat) I THESWFTSPECIFlCCa MC jauartAfiiawaix. M0WCTM4. Floor Coverings Our stock of Rugs, Mattings and Carpets are on sale at prices without the advance. See our line of Druggets before you buy. Extra size rugs a specialty. Shades, Lace Curtains, Curtain Nets, Poles, Etc. : : : : : : : : & ant Point and attended meeting Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and,,. Mrs. Clinton Singleton have moved to Crescent Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Bluford Singleton have recently moved into H. H. Singleton's property. Mr. H. H. Singleton sold a lot to Mr, J.. X Horton last week at a ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. fancy price. Mr. R. E. Sorrell and family have New York Dr. D. B. Southard is the guest of moved into their new dwelling, which friends at Mitchellsburg. has recently been completed. Mrs. J. C. Hays spent several days Mr. Theodore Austin is putting in Louisville this week. up a new dwelling. Mrs. Peyton Routen and Mr. 0,- Mrs. Will Cordier visited relatives Bee Lick Ottenheim Bannon Bouten are on the sick list. in Louisville this week. Mr. John Routen came home from Mission Week at Si. Sylvester Mrs. Jack Brandenburg, of Most of the farmers say they are was a treat. Father Leo gav-- the is the guest of her relative New Castle, Ind., Monday. through plowing. people of Ottenheim much Mrs. Joseph Coffey. A large crowd attended the prayWheat is looking fine in this sec- when he arranged with Rev.pleasure Father er meeting last Wednesday night. tion. Mrs. Howard Downey left Friday Osmond, a missioanry priest, who Miss Jennie Gooch and Mr. Clay Terre Haute, Ind., where she will for Mr. J. H. Cordial has put a new has traveled over many states giving Singleton, of Eubank, attended addition to his store house. make her future home. missions talks to Catholics as well as Mrs. Walter Warren, Mrs. C. F. church here Sunday night. Mr. A. E. Proctor says he is to make this talk. Garnett and Miss Ella Warren were Rev. E. W. Coakley is in Nicholas-vill- e along nicely. Father; Osmond ihas been pastor of in Louisville several days this week. this week. Mr. J. M. Reynolds is having a the Catholic church at Danville for Miss Jennie Duncan, of Lancasgood trade. five years. He is a splendid and able ter, came Wednesday for a visit to Mr. David Proctor is better at this speaker and is doing good in his FOR YOUR CHILD'S COUGH. her sister, Mrs. Charlotte Warren was good cause. If your child has a cold, nose runs writing. and Mrs. B. H. Brown, of Master's present. There living a eight and family. Mr. crtowd Some Mrs? Cleveland Rose, of Lancaster, or coughs much get a small bottle of Level Green, were up last Sunday to miles awa came nigh and mornwho has been visiting her mother, Dr. Bell's Its a see his father-in-laDavid Proctor. ing. The services were in both GerMrs. Belle Perkins, returned home Born, to the wife of Henry Scott, man and English. Some wlio have syrup, just pleasant Friday morning. a girl. fallen away an'd did not come to Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartley has re- what children like and just the medi Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Elder, of turned home after a visit of a month cine to soothe the cough and check Crab Orchard, were down to see his church often, have come back to or so to relatives at Crawfordsville, the cold. After taking, children stop brother, E. M. Elder last Sunday. I church. Father Osmond was assisted two days by Father Raymond, of Ind. Dr. H. H. Isaacs and wife are vis- (Jorbin. The good people fretting, sleep good and are soon oi bt. SylL. Bruce anrl Rev. and Mrs. P. well. Insist on Dr. Bell's Pine- - iting Dr. B. Warren at Marshall, vester showed their appreciation in W. Rout are in Louisville as repreInd. hope that everlastmany ways sentatives from Stanford to the 25c at your Druggist. Mr.. G. W. Thompson visited W. ing good wasand done. The pastor asked ' spring meeting of the Transylvania E. Taylor Saturday night. them to take up a collection Presbytery. Jack Mullins and family visited for the missionaries little they gave Green Briar and SunMr. and Mrs. E. M. Elder last him a great surprise by getting $75. Heard About Town The farmers in this section believe day. Father Leo and Father Osmond are Mr. Casper Owens has winter is over and have begun plow- home from Crawfordsville, returned very thankful to the people for their Ind. He The Woman's Club has received ing again for their summer crops. says that there is no place like home. kindness. 75 new books which have been cat Mrs. S. O. Proctor is on the sick Mrs. Lafe Leach has been on the alogued and are now r "Ar ifflf (lis- WRENN ADAMS sick list 'for some time but is better list. tribuhon at the Public James B. Adams and Miss Ida at this writing. The ladies of the B Eid, were Mrs. Mecy Wall has returned from AN IDEAL SPRING LAXATIVE. Wrenn, both of the East the court will have an exchange united in marriage at a visit to her brother at Danville. A good and time tried remedy is house here Wednesday morning by the State Bank buildi Mrs. A. C. Muncy ha? been on the Dr. King's New Life Pills. The first Supt. Garland Singleton. Mr. xJam. good things for Sum msmttof list but is able to be out again. dose will move the sluggish bowels, is a son of Mr. Zack Adams, of rear The ladies of the& Miss Mazie BrasweH is visiting stimulate the liver and clear the sys- Crab Orchard and a well known far- church have purchas OSillMlllWmG mer. The bride is the accomplished camet for their buildr her uncle at Danville. tem of waste and blood impurities. j daughter of Mr. Burdine Wrenn, of erance & Son. 1 cosdvuttSSdl)' Miss Bachel Jones has returned You owe it to yourself to clear the Crab Orchard. They left immediate;-jlThe Boy Scouts of;S7"flfe&1k home after visit to her broa hike to the river Tlw$iiSS?fith ther and other friends at Whitley system ixd. bouy poisons, accumula- rhome-after the ceremony for their near Crab Orchard, where , ted during the winter. Dr. King's Sam Embry acting & AhwPeader. city and Yamacraw. will of Mrs. New Life Pills will do it. 25c at your 'they manyhave the best wishes joy will rninfe4&$fcwho This hike iMr. R. E. Horton bought of friends for a life of their went, second class scouts.' Mecy Wall a fine cow and calf. Druggist. land happiness. Mr. W. H. Horton has been called H. G. Skiles, the veryi popular and efficient cashier of' the Crab to Whitley City on business. Mr. and Mrs. John Leach enterOrchard Banking Company, was tained a crowd of young people at here Thursday to qualify before the court as administrator of 'the late M. their home one night last week. F. Davis. He was accompanied by C. Songs and other amusements were participated in and the evening was M. Adams. most pleasantly spent by all. Miss Louetta Sims, of Danville McKINNEY CONFERENCE AT has been visiting her parents, Mr. The W. M. U. Conference, of and Mrs. B. F. Sims. South Kentucky Association, was Mr. Craig Sims is some better at held at McKinney Baptist church, this writing. Saturday, April 15. Quite an inter Mt. and Mrs. Armstrong Todd, of was esting program arranged Danville have been visiting Mr. and Among those present were Dr. and time. Mrs. E. G. MacLean, returned mis Mrs. Lafe Leach for somevisiting her Mrs.. Lutie Reynolds is sionaries from Africa, and Miss week Mattie Wilson, field worker for the sister at Danville this has bought a Mr. Perry Burton W. M. U. of Kentucky. We greatly appreciated and enjoyed Mrs. Mac fine horse. Spiegel has sold one of Mr. Harry Lean's address in the afternoon in and which she told of her work in the his farms and is going to buildowns. move to another farm that he "Dark Continent." It certainly did Mr. George Sturgeon has sold his inspire us to put forth a greater ef farm in this section and is going to fort than ever before to heed the Master's command, "Go ye into all move to Kings Mountain. He is Sup the world and preach the gospel to erintendent of the Baptist Sunday every creature." On Sunday morn- -' School here and his friends regret ing we also had the pleasure of very much to give him up. The Baptist Sunday School School hearing quite an interesting ser mon from Dr. E. G. MacLean, after will be able to move into the new which he told us of the peculiar cus church in a short, time. We are havtoms of Africa. Dr. and Mrs. 's ing a fine Sunday School with an in r m )W sjiort stay proved to be quite creasing attendance every bunday. a pleasure and help to us. Mrr. S. The members of the Pleasant View A. Montgomery. Baptist church of this section gave a working Thursday to get the house covered. A large crowd of men atSEVERE PUNISHMENT tended. The good Christian ladies set a large dinner for the workmen, every one enjoyed themselves and as the ladies neither spared the time or expense in fixing the dinner everyOf Mrs. ChappeU, of Five Tears' one reported as good a time as if they had been to a picnic. The house Studing , Relieved by Cardni. was covered with a fine roof of shinHei-delburg, s non-Catholi- cs, Pine-Tar-Hone- are now using or any brand, new or oldy that may be offered is a genuine cream of tartar powder, or merely a phosphate or alum compound. Royal Baking Powder contains no alum nor phosphate. y. w, Pine-Tar-Hon- ey en-tire- lv Tar-Hone- y. Wwmm Bawv - ! g- - fil Mac-Lean- Gunt'piioia! ''' SEVERANCE & SON L y Mt. Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chap-pe- ll of this town, says: "I suffered foi live years with womanly troubles, also stomach troubles, and my punishment was more than any one could tell. I tried most every kind of medicine, but none did me any good. I read one day about Cardui, the woman's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. I had not taken but about six bottles until I was almost cured. It did me more good than all the other medicines I had tried, put together. My friends began asking me why I looked so well, and I told them about Cardui. Several are now taking it." Do you, lady reader, suffer from any of the ailments due to womanly trouble, such as headache, backache, sideache. sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired feeling? II so, let us urge you to give Cardui a trial. ' We feel confident it will help you, just as it has a million other women in the past half century. y. Begin taking Cardui You won't regret it All druggists. r, . to-da- Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies IVriit Advisory Dept, Chattanooga. T6nn..,loT-Sitta- , on your castf ana book: "Home Inxtructiont 64-pa- tn rreatnuot (or Ifomm." is plain wrapper. fl.C. 1 84 this section were married Wednesday. They will leave at once for New Castle, Indiana where he has employment. A number of the people of this section have been attending the revival that is going on at Pleasant Point. R. E. Horton is remodeling his house on the inside. Harvey Hopson and Hugh Jacobs came very near having a serious accident here a few day's ago. A team of horses which they were driving to a wagon, ran away, throwing them both out of the wagon backwards, j and bruising them up some. Sunday school every Sunday at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, rain or shine. Everybody is invited to The people of this community have had a very hard struggle in building a church. It seems as if every, thing possible that could come up to hinder the work has tried to arise in this community, but the people kept up a dogged resistance until they won. The church will be in such a condition in a short time so it can be used for Sunday School. Mr. Ward Bunch and Miss Sarah Smith, a popular young couple of gles. vim? Something to give you a fresh start? Something refreshing and lasting? Something that will come between your teeth as a gentle, soothing, lasting, tasty, "shock absorber" when you set your jaws for a big task? Here it isthe best that men, money ,and machines can make for your comfort. Chew it after SVMiK Sealed isnkt ,.,,,. wvrjf A Do you need a little increased I ; - Coir' ?,. WS. Kept right WK 1 ttj for the Spearmen's ymr naif OTS jlUU l -- ivJ!f- - FW. .J'JiMBH 'T5W1 . v The Interior Journal, Stanford. Kentucky: Friday, April 21, 1916 FjojuncLSimple Remedy - Farm and Stock News The Com- - Good Health That Relieved Child MILD LAXATIVE COMPOUND CORRECTS STUBBORN CASE OF CONSTIPATION. An important duty that devolves on parents is the regulation of their children's bowels. Health in later life depends in large measure on early training and a child should be taught from infancy to regular habits. When from any cause the bowel be comes congested with stomach waste! a mild laxative should be employed to open up the passage gently and carry off the congested mass. A most effective remedy for this purpose is HARLEY BUREN, BULLS the combination of simple laxative herbs known as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup tains no opiate or narcotic drug and Pepsin. Mrs. W. D. Bulls, of Reed, is a splendid remedy for children and Okla., used Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep- - older people as well. It has been on sin for her baby boy, Harley Buren the market for more than 25 years Bulls, and says "It did him more and is the family standby in thous- good than anything we have given ands of homes. Druggists everywhere him. His bowels are very stubborn sell it for fifty cents a bottle. A trial about acting, but they act easily bottle, free of charge, can be ob- every time I give him Dr. Cald- - tained by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 Washington St., Monticello, well's Syrup Pepsin." Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin con- - 111. dandy Honaker, of Hustonville, yearling calves at $35 per head., Joe Gann, of the West End, sold a bunch of eight heifers averaging 400 pounds to James Yowell, of Hustonville for $25.85 a head. T. W. Jones bought from G. E. Lutes, near Danville Thursday, 18 hogs . averaging 125 pounds at eight and a quarter cents a pound. J. B. and J. L. Livesay, well known Rockcastle county farmers, sold last week to the Crab Orchard Milling Company, about 250 bushels of wheat at $1.20 a bushel. Frank Coppage, the Middleburg pike farmer, out of Hustonville, sold to James Yowell, of Hustonville a lot of corn for $4.00 a barrel delivered. C. C. Carpenter of Hustonville, sold to J. C. Johnston, of Boyle, silage and 19 head of 1,325-poun- d corn fed beeves at eight and cents a pound. Col. Dan McCollum, proprietor of the McCollum House at Junction City, was at Crab Orchard late last week and bought from James P. Rogers the big, fine sorrel road horse which Mr. Rogers bought from Mr. Gaines. This animal is a Col. and a cracker-jacMcCollum paid $225 for him. J. T. Livingston on the Danville 14 one-quart- er four-year-o- ld k. Crab Orchard Milling 100 barrel of corn earlv this week from Mrs. Mary Owsley, at $4 a barrel. Joe Gann. of Hustonville, sold to Mitchell Taylor, of Danville, a pair work mare mules, four and six years, six hands high for ?41u. Fred Jesswein, a well known far-- i mer of the East End, has sold to the Crab Orchard Milling Company, loU bushels of wheat at $1,25 a bushel. A Mr. Wilkinson, of Marion county, delivered on the 14th to J. B. r.nnV hnmrhr. Doubles toe Value of Your Services A half sick man is not worth half pay. A man or woman in poor health makes a poor leader, a poor sort of a parent. The value of Peruna in the home can scarcely be estimated. It prevents many of the common ailments. It is an excellent remedy for coughs, colds, catarrh, grip, spring fever, tired-ofeeling. ut feSSPk Styles is i over. See whether you can afford to go on half sick. Sit down and think it Some people prefer Peruna Tablets to the fluid Peruna. about at about bulls to Henry Judy at $52.50 per head. Not a great many mules on the market. T. M. Cooper sold a pair of 15 2 hands mare mules a t $362.50: Thornton Snelling sold a three-yeaold mare mule to Cliff K. Prewitt at $180, and a heavy mare mule to 800-pound 1-- cows (springers) $48.50 per head to F. B. Judy, of Cynthiana; A. J. Hughes sold two 800-pound r- M. C. McChntock & Co., for $225. r I .- WW xHE time opportune for you re J try The Florsheim Shoe T' every man wants to look his best for Easter and a pair of rlorsheims will dress your feet cor" rectly, with ease from the start. displaying a more beauti ful array of styles this season than ever the deep shades of tan and soft black l I We. are Drive It Into the Barn AS manure eight feet wide or better. But the wonderful thing is that it does this from a box only 45 inches wide. The spreader itself is manure a double beating. It also spreads we told you, a Low Cloverleaf gives the 1 " If 3'ou have even begun to think about buying a spreader, see this Low Cloverleaf. You will say you never saw a better manure spreader. It won't take long to look it over. Your dealer has one set up for you to see. International Harvester Company of America ' (Incorporated) so narrow that it can be driven into any modern barn and loaded from the gutters. Only one handling of the manure for the quickest, best job of spreading you ever did. How does that sound to you? If r Low Cloverleaf spreaders are sold by W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. TTvbRk y V. RICHMOND, KY. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS - - r1 I Courses leading to Elementary. Intermediate and Life State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses and Revjew Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well equipped gymnasium. Domestic Science. .First Term begins September 7. Second Term November 16, Third Term January 25. Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens June 14, Catalogue Fre. j. G. CRABBE, President. Bath county, bought 13 about heifers at $35 per head; Albert Stofer sold 20 1,100-poun- d steers to Jonas Weil, of Lexington, at $8.25; J. G. Connelley, of Madison county bought 14 about steers at $40 per head; Patterson Bros., of Owingsville, bought yearlings of 20 about Sam Keeton at $45 per head, they were good ones; A J. Hughes six d cows to Cynthiana about party at $40 per head and 27 about yearling steers at $32 per head; W. P. Treadway sold 35 500-pound MINKS BUYS MAXWELL H. C. Carpenter, local agent, sold Livingston advertised these little to O. L. Mnks, propi-ietoof the Dan pigs in the I. J. and sold them the bus line, a next day. Maxwell. Mr. Minks will use it R. E. Moreland, of Lexington add- to carry passengers between the two ed the well known show saddle mare points. Princess V., to his stable the past week, purchasing the mare from B. Henry Ford, the great auto S. Castles, of New York, who has maker, got the most votes in the owned her since her presidential primary in career. The mare has been contin-ousl- y Nebraska. for before the show horse public a place as Bryan was defeated the delegate-at-larg- e to old and since sha was foar months that year as each year since shn has democratic convention. been a frequent ribbon winner, being one f ihe fe.v inimals that have TENNESSEE OFFICIAL each year won from their suckling form to maturity. She is a daughter WINS LONG FIGHT of Bourbon King. Col. R. H. Crow, of Hill Crest Stock Farm, near Shelby City, has of J. "W. Seaton just returned froin Wilson Bros.' the Circuit CourtofofLinden, Clerk Juthe Twelfth Muncie, Ind. Aberdeen Angus sale at rHgtrint of Tennessee, was for Sixty head, averaged $365. One cow dicial rer from stomach troubles Mr. 13 years old brought !1,3UU. result of his confining Crow naid $400 for a ried doctor after doctor. cow and a Blackbird Queen Mother icines without end. very fine individual. Her sire's dam took a dose of Mayr's Internawas grand champion of the medy. He wrote: tional Exposition and sold in the sale cine-- is for $1,125. 26 states were repre; the best in the sented and all eager to get in -- the orm of stomach trouble. game. Col. Crow believes that the 3?jb!bsbvHHHHh0 y that after taking the Aberdeen Angus are the leading beef i feel that I am well. cattle of the world as tests in the vere-pain- s In my stom- International have thoroly proven. Une bottle of your About 2,000 cattle were on the. mfljHp-nten times as much Mt. Sterling market Monday. Mostly goPPMPauthe doctors' medicine that medium quality. Trade light stuff of for two years. My family phywas slow and for a good season I took 'tojd me that I would never be sky high. Severa sician prices were I am well. I have bunches of light steers sold by the any better today pounds." ten cents a pound. gained twenty-fiv- e head at at least A few cattle went over the scales at "JMayr's "Wonderful Remedy gives per$8.25. Heifers at six and a half to manent results for stomach, liver and seven cents; cows at five and a half intestinal ailments. Eat as much and to six and a half cents; bull at five whatever you like. No more distress and a half to six and a half cents; after eating, pressure of gas in the old cows and rough oxen at four to stomach and around the heart. Get one four and a half cents. Henry Sulli- bottle of your druggist now and try it steers to on an absolute guarantee if not satisvan sold seven Chas. Linville, of Carlisle, at $6.75; factory money will be returned. George Halsey sold yoke of 2,600-noun- d For sale by Penny's Drug Store oxen to Dan Welch at $6.75; and all other reliable druggists. cows to Mike Wilson five Fayette county party at $5.50. Same party sold a bunch of HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiUlilllliUlilllHIIUIlhll steers to Mike O'Connell, of Carlisle at seven cents; Sam Laytham, of 1-r ville-Stanfo- rd five-passeng- er two-year-old pike, sold to Hon. W. G. Gooch, 16 head, of shoats that totalled 1,825 pounds, or a little over 100 pounds each, at 8 4 cents a pound. Mr. CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET. Hogs Receipts, 400 head: slow: packers and butchers, $9.60 $9.85 y cattle receipts ouu neau; steady; calves, steady. Sheep Receipts 100 head; steady; lambs, steady. Velvet Calf are most popular heels moderately low the toes are trim and neat in appearance all with that custom effect that adds refinement. Don't wait, come in now we'll suit you. rlorsheims are modeir ately priced at three-year-o- ld fsBGi e ROAD WORK xrzs PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS TO COMMENCE pl-ius $5.00 A Pair I o acHmope. 625-pou- nd here Friday morning, and are inspecting plans for tha reconstruction work on the Stanford and Crab Orchard pike, which will be started next week. The contractors, Wood-ar- d Brothers, of Jessamine county, will ship their machinery here next week, and put a big force of men Road Engineer McKee to work. Riffe has had tests made of a line quality of hard limestone found on a quarry on the farm of W. H. Shanks, whhh is very accession lo to e a great the work and deal of it. u-- State Road Supervisors J. R. Carson and R. C. Obenchain arrived Life of Savage 9C0-pou- nd 700-pou- Truly Sensible Unknown Ailments Almost Aborigines Are Common Nov By nd What 400-pou- nd 500-pou- nd 800-poun- 425-pou- nd List of Properties in Lincoln County IB and Stanford For Sale. s FOR SALE 190 acres; two FOR SALE. 38 acres, miles from Hustonville; 130 acres cottage; good barn; 5 miles from in grasT balance in cultivation; court house; bargain if sold at residence; barn 50x70; large once. concrete silo; fencing all new; FOR SALE. 54 acres; new good community; in the richest house; new barn, 32 acres part of county. Price $75 per in grass and cultivation; 5 acres acre terms easy. FOR SALE 70 acres; in timber; 2 miles from Crab Orgood barn; good orchard; chard. Price $28 per acre. house 30 acres cultivation, balance in FOR SALE 236 acres; 2 story timber. Price $1,200. house; 3 large barns; concrete FOR SALE 47 2 acres; silo 16x36, well watered and house; new barn; 27 acres 1-4-ro1-- peach and apple orchard; balance grass and cultivation, balance in fenced; $40 per acre. This farm will not be on the market long at timber; 4 mile of school. Bar-gai- n this price. at $1,200 cask down. FOR SALE. 50 acres; resiFOR SALE Beautiful house; good barn;' all in grass; dence; on Lancaster street; 5 1 2 miles from acres land. Price right. Easy turnpike. This is Stanford; on A-farm. l terms. Price and terms right. 1-- FOR SALE 300 acres; residence; 150 acres in grass, balance in cultivation; 3 large stock barns; 1 large tobacco barn; on good turnpike. This is A-- l farm. Price and terms right. FOR SALE Modern cottage; new; 5 rooms, with bath complete; at a bargain if sold at once; rents for $14 per month; 3 .squares from court house. FOR SALE 100 acres, house; good barn, 225 fruit trees; 70 acres cultivation, balance in timber; 3 2 miles from Stanford. Price $25 per acre. FOR SALE 35 acres; good limestone land; Louse; new barn; 4 2 miles north of Stanford; 28 acres in grass, baP ance cultivation. Price $3,400. ry 1-1-- A. B. FLORENCE, Office 26, UncolnNatBankBldg., Stanford, Ky. The theory that most of the ailments of today are caused almost entirely by those habits that distinguish the white man from his long of Msliedgeville ago brother, the savage, is more widely discussed every day. The savage, in many ways, was a more sensible being than the man who made war on him and then seized his birthright. It has been said, by medical authorities, that nine out of ten cases of sickness can be traced to a disordered stomach, and that the ailments are due, in a large meaUYING a cream separator is eating and drinka good deal like hiring a man sure to excessive healthful outdoor ing and a little to work on your farm. A hired man that does poor work and exercise. Common sense should be used in is lazy is an expensive proposition, our mode of living. It was with this j no matter how little you pay him. Trim-bacA cream separator that is hard to end in view that Joseph Von the noted chemist and originaturn, hard to keep clean and doesn't skim close, would be expensive even tor of so many health aids, gathered herbs, roots, barks and flowers from if you got it as a gift j the most remote parts of the world Creamerymen and dairymen and spent years of his life in experiall over the world recognize menting and study before he arrived SI the superiority of the De Laval. at the solution of the problem of rejiE About the only reason why any lieving stomach troubles. He named one ever buys any other cream his discovery Tanlac. Tanlac has ss separator is because they can get met with instant favor wherever it it a little cheaper. has been introduced. It has created Then they soon find out they have a romance in the business world. S lost ten times as much from separ- - Hundreds of thousands of sufferers ss ator inconvenience, poor skimming have realized the benefits of this and a machine that quickly wears great reconstructive tonic. Tanlac is believed to act more fa out, as they saved in the beginning. vorably, because of the nature of the Remember that a De Laval will soon pay stomach, liver and kidneys, and on -- for itself, and if you have noseparator now, or an inferior machine, we can sell you a catarrhal affections of the mucous SS De Laval on such terms that it will pay for membranes, which, when neglected, SS icseii wniie you are are so often communicated to the SS using it. vital organs themselves, than any The best cream SS SS separator is the other known preparation. This ideal Let us SS cheapest. reconstructive tonic, appetizer, prove it fof you on SS and builder of tissues has SS your own farm. been lauded by men and women in all walks of life. It has proved a ss Sooner or boon for suf ferers f rom those all you ss too common ailments. will buy a Tanlac now is being especially introduced in Stanford . at Penny's DE LAVAL drug1" store where the Tanlac man explains its merits and the results sTlIIIIIIIIIIlllllllIIIUillllllllllllllllllllllI which may be expected from its use. Ira T. Moser has to say about cream separators this week. t IY'.Yj'J GUARANTCeO v Cw iT CniFFDMlfKtflTIIES h, That Easter Suit Now on the eve of Easter you will want to join the crowd. We have now the season's newest styles and patterns in Men's and Young Men's Suits. Grays, Browns, Checks and Serges. We have the largest stock of Clothing in town, so you can easily select what you want from our stock. Prices always right and merchandise better. Call and look them over. ant later ROBINSON'S BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. 1 -- V 4,