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The Interior Journal 36 -- Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, May 5, 1916 Hustonville If A quiet home wedding, beautiful in its simplicity, was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Allen on last Saturday afternoon at- - four o'clock, when their eldest daughter was given in marriage to Mr. Richard Poole Anderson, formerly of Mississippi, but at present located at Pine-vill- e, Ky. A very few intimate TuescJDOG CAUSES DOUBLE TRAGEDY ! - ici Fridays id r f-i- PART OF FACULTY Five Vacancies Yet to Be Filled School Election Saturday. ' TWO GOOD WEST END MEN Will Be Named On Commission Road Bonds Carry. NO MONEY TO OIL STREETS So City Council Decides l" LJ? HELD TO GRAND JURY VERDICT UPHELD Not to dertake Proposition. Un- Parksville Murderer Kills Himself Instead of Surrendering. x K 15 The Interior Journal has received Court of Appeals Says Cincinnati Negro Placed Under $200 Bond on At a meeting of the Stanford City The City Council will not oil the The Parksville dog was the cause sev- - a communication from Squire J. K. School Board early this week, streets of Stanford this summer. of a double tragedy. Pack MontSouthern Must Pay $12,500 to Charge of Running Gambling eral of the faculty of the Stanford Helm, of the Hustonville magisterial Lack of funds was given as the rea- gomery, who Emmett Goode of McKinney House Other Convictions shot Polk Pendergraft Graded and High School were re - ' district, in which he gives the names son at the regular meeting of the to death there Monday, after a lected for next year. Quite a num- - of two prominent, farmers of the City Fathers Thursday night. Much quarrel over the canine, killed himAfter reversing the case on two ber of the present faculty have not ' West End, who will be named on the Police Judge R. L. Davison held disappointment is heard on all sides self instead of surrendering to the separate appeals the Court of Ap- - aDnlied for Will Lee, colored, to await the acand there are commission to assist the Fiscal friends and relatives were present to fthat the Council has been forced to officers as it was reported he would tion of the grand jury in peals at Frankfort late this week af-- 1 gve vacancies yet to be filled. The Court in handling the road bond circuu take this step as it was hoped by citthe judgment of the Lincoln board ratified and approved the con-- 1 ney in the event the $200,000 in witness the ceremony, which was per- izens generally that it could see its do, killed himself and his body was court, under $200 bond, on a charge circuit court in awarding heavy dam- - tract wfth Supt. W. C. Wilson for j bonds is voted by the people at the formed by Rev. A. H..,Baugh, in his way clear toward borrowing suff- found in the knobs back of the lit- of permitting gambling in his house tle village in the West End of Boyle. in Maxville, impressive manner. To say ages to Emmett Goode, of McKinney another year, and at the trial of Lee this the f ol- - j special election which will be held usual that Mr. Anderson has won a prize icient funds for the purpose of buy- Following the shooting, young Mont- week. Joe Hayden and Charley this county, against the Cincinnati, j iowjng teachers. Miss Annie Mc- - May 13th. Squire Helm sets forth ing and applying oil and slightly inNew Orleans & Texas Pacific rail- - Kinney, Mrs. H. D. Phillips, Miss his position already in the following: is putting it in far too mild words. creasing the next tax levy to take gomery telephoned the sheriff of the Baughman, both colored, who entragedy and said that he would wait gaged in a shooting Not only being one of old Lincoln's road company. The amount of dam- - jennje Newland, .Mrs. C. H. Camp- -' Hustonville, May 3, 1916. affray in which fairest products, his bride possesses care of this extra expense. It has in Parksville until he came. Before both were wounded, at Lee's house, ages which Goode was awarded bybell Miss Sallie Burdett, and MissjEditor Interior Journal: , been proposed that the business men the officer arrived, Montgomery evia jury in court here at the last trial j Elizabeth Higgins. Teachers are yet , In case tne bond issue carries, I lovable traits of character, far sur- and merchants down town, raise a last week, both admitted that they of the case was $12,500, which is.to be suppiied for the 5th, 6th and wil1 appoint Jones Baughman and passing all physical charms and will subscription fund to apply oil in dently changed his purpose for he were playing "coon can" for money. one of the heaviest damage judg- - j gtn gra(jes amj the high school. John Burton, two suitable men for be ever missed among us, where she front of their places of business, was not to be found. The sheriff ft Hayden""said that they had played once organized a posse and gave is much beloved. The groom is conments rendered here in many moons. .vn frncfc will Vp commissioners of jrood roads. Now which will probably be undertaken chase. He pursued the fueitive in several games at 10 cents "on the In4....U Goode, who is a son of Wm. R. elected. and the board appointed T. 'as to Mr. Baughman's credentials: nected with the Prudential Life surance Co., and possessing a genial, now that there seems little chance the knobs'and the party came uponUon,,mn said Mc' He Gome's from a family Goods, a well known resident of of large W. Pennington, clerk and T. J. Hill, that the game was of the city doing the work. The Kinney, was employed by the rail- Jr., judge to hold the election. The landed interests of Lincoln county, truly southern manner, has made council also decided to enforce rig- his body with a hole thru the head just starting when the trouble came road as brakeman a few years ago. terms of W. B. McKinney and W. C. f or generations back; has had a lot many friends during his sojourn idly the city ordinance against pig The shot is said to have been self up between them. While in the service of the road, Shanks expire the latter having been of experience in road building; among us. Heartiest congratulations pens in the city and notice has been inflicted. Montgomery accused PenSeveral others pled guilty aiid switching at Ludlow, he had a heel , named as a member of the board to ' knows how to take care' of a dollar and best wishes follow- the happy given all who have pigs within the dergraft of having killed his dog and took a fine of $5 and costs each untorn ott. Suit lor damages was en- - j fiu tne vacancy caused by the resig- - and will make a valuable man on the pair, who are at present enjoying city limits to arrange to remove the fatal quarrel followed. Both! der the statute against loitering on were about 21 years old. tered and twice before a jury award- - , nat;on Df Dr. W. B. O'Bannon. So board As to Mr. Burton: He an extended trip East, including same at once. premises where a game of chance is ed him damages, but each time the far as can jje ascertained little inter- - j started out on the farm at 50 cents New York, Washington, and other jin operation. They were Will Blake- News of tJ-- 3 Churches ley, Jr., Roy Stewart, Jim Mitchell Court of Appeals reversed the ver-- est is being taken ' in the election, , a day, got a start, rented a farm, points of interest. JOE WARNER COMES HOME The Commencement Exercises of diet and sent the case back for a re- - j an(j no contests are expected to de- - married, raised and educated a fam-tria- l. and Bob Crowe. Lee, in whose The sum of $12,500 wasvej0p ily of ten children, and now owns the Hustonville High School will be To Get Away from Serious Situation Go to Sunday Sschool Sunday, house the trouble occurred, asked May 7th. awarded Goode on this last trial, and j a farm worth $20,000. He is a held Friday evening, May 12th, at for a separate trial on this charge as Cause By Big- - Strike. mighty clever republican and the the Christian church. Exercises to this the state's highest court upBaptist Young People's Union Sun- - j did "Black" Gaines, and they will DIXIE ROOK CLUB, begin at eight o'clock. Following People will find him Johnny-on-thholds, so that all that is left now is Joe H. Warner, son of Mr. and day evening at 6:30. A mixed quar have their trials today. The triab The Dixie Rook Club was' delight-- ! for Goode to receipt for a check fully entertained by Mrs. James A spot when it comes to spending their are the graduates: Miss Nancy Wil-m- Mrs. W. K. Warner, of this city,,! tette will furnish some special mu- of the men engaged in the shooting Weddle, Miss Roberta Bruce His attorneys money. from the company. affray have not yet been held. returned home Thursday from Pitts- sic. Miss Mary Early will lead. Harris at her home near Hubble Robert Harding and Emmet Pur-yea- r, Thursday afternoon. A delicious have not had a chance to see Blain, Miss Mary Oneita Shewmaker, burg, Pa., where he has been emI are The new Harrodsburg Presbyteof Danville, and T. J. Hill, Jr., salad course was served to the fol- either of these gentlemen, but take it Mr. Julian Cabbie Riffe, Mr. Oris ployed in the electrical department rian church' will be dedicated on SAMUEL A. MOORE DEAD Francis Barnette, Mr.lCarroll Reid of Stanford. for granted they will serve. May 14. There will be three Samuel A. Moore, of Boyle counof the big Westinghouse plant for Sunday, lowing guests after the games: Mrs. Allen, Mr. Jessie Lee Lair, Mr. SamVery truly, some time. Workmen there are on services that day: 11 a. m.; 3.30 p. ty, died Monday in Tampa, Fla., John B. Foster, Mrs. Shelton Saufley, uel Reid Conway. Motto. "Fit via CALL COUNTY CONVENTION J. K. HELM, Sr. dan- m.; and 7:30 p. m. a big Mrs. Bettie Bush, Mrs. E. P. Woods, where he had spent the winter, as vi." Class colors: White and Green. gerousstrike, and it has become Mrs. Annie Engleman, Mrs. Lucy for a man to try to work Regular services at the Baptist had been his custom a number of By Lincoln Democrats to Send DelClass Flower: White Rose. PARALYSIS PROVES FATAL. there, so Joe came home till the la- church Sunday. Sunday school at the years. His remains were brought to Miller Bartley, Misses Mary Lee and egates to State Convention. The Baccalaureate sermon to the bor troubles are settled. He says usual hour; preaching both morning Danville and buried from the resiMrs. Amanda Mercer, aged 55 Elizabeth Givens, Mrs. R. T. Bruce, Mrs. Harry Hill, Mrs. J. H. Wright, years, .who resided with her husband Hustonville high school graduates that 50,000 or 60,000 workmen are and evening by the pastor. Morning dence of W. Logan Wood today. Deto the call of the Demo- Mrs. McKee Riffe, Mrs. John O. Reid, on the T. J. Hill farm on the Hus- will be preached by Rev. R. L. Bran- on strike Pursuant for higher pay and short- subject, "The Witness of the Spirit." ceased was a gallant cratic State committees, Chairman Mrs. C. H. Foster, Miss Sue T. En- - tonville pike, died as a result of a denburg, pastor of Hustonville Bap- er hours in that big manufacturing Rev. W. H. Brengle has resigned soldier, was a man of affairs, and W. O. Walker, of the Lincoln Coun- gleman, Mrs. Tom Pence, Mrs. T. j paralytic stroke, Tuesday. The bur tist church on Sunday, May 7th, at center and that conditions are very as pastor of the Baptist church at stood high in his community. He ty Democratic Committee, has issued J. Hill, Jr. Mrs. Eliza Harris and ial took place Friday after services the Christian church. serious. Young Warner has made Harrodsburg, having accepted a call was d years old. Mr. Moore W. G. Cowan went to Stanford good as an electrician and gives a call for a mass convention to be Miss Levisa Harris assisted in enter- - at the home of J. C. McClary of was the father of Mrs. John G. Lynn to the Baptist church at Trenton, held in the courthouse at Stanford ; taining. this city. Besides her husband, the Sunday, where he took the train for promise of going to the head of his Missouri, where he will take up his of this county, and in her great loss on Saturday, May 20, at 1 o'clock deceased is survived by several chil- London, to serve as a witness in Fed- profession in short order. she has the unbounded sympathy of new work the first of June. p. m., for the purpose of selecting dren. She was a good wife and eral court. v TO MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL The Harrodsburg Methodist church a large circle of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Will Stone, Mr. and MURDER TRIALS AT RICHMOND 19 delegates from this county to atmother, and beloved by all who knew '. Miss Ellen Ballou, principal of the which has been recently handsomely Mrs. Daniel Traylor, of. Stanford, tend the state convention a Lexing- A singular coincidence in circuit CASEYITE KILLS HIMSELF. May 24. At the state con Music Department of the Stanford made a short call to friends here court, which convened at Richmond remodeled, will be dedicated next on. on News was received from the West i last Sunday evening on ; their way this week for the May term, is the Sunday. Bishop Hendrix, of Kansas vention delegates will be instructed Graded and High School, headed a WEDDING BELLS. delegation of her most prohcient puCity, will deliver the dedication ser- End today that Sam Pendleton, a to vote for the renommation of Tanner Hilton, a widower of 28, home from "Elixir Serines. murder trials of three Hopkins broyoung fanner on Brush Creek in Camon. Allen Brothers bought President Woodrow Wilson for pres- pils to Cincinnati, where they will and Miss Mary Kidd, 24, were marthers, charged with killing the town sey county, about 10 miles from HusFestival for cow Definite action toward a union of ident at the national convention at enjoy the May Musicwho accompa- ried at Rev. WW.,Brock'abx.that JiiarshaLatBereaj ancLthe. thrajVan tonville on Rural Route No. 2, out A year ago last 'Monday "Uncle" Winkle brothers of Paint Lick, 'the Metnodist 'Episcopal churches Chicago. So far, but little interest several days. Those gentleman, on the 1st. ' of that city, killed himself late Wed- - ' Misses Eliza- was recommended to the Saratoga nesday. The young man shot himseems to "be taken in the matter, as nied Miss Ballou were Robert Sweeney, a widower of 57, John Armstrong, the faithful old charged with killing a neighbor. Springs Methodist Conference by it is improbable that any contests i beth Higgins, Mary Craig Hayden,- and Mrs. Jane DeCovey, 43, were mail carrier here for years, died. t 1 self with a .38 revolver, and after convention, ot fans, josepmne carpenter, An- joined heart and hand at Frank La Carroll .Reid is feeling lots better Bishop Earl Cranston for the Com will develop before the lingering a short while, passed away. Tuesday morning for a while. The mission on Federation at present. The official call as issued by Chair- - nette Wearen, Annie V. Craig, Nan- Balls this week W. H. Lair, of Hustonville, was callcy K. McKinney, Anna Ureen Wood, Cale Brown was at home Sunday only objection was that it quit too n Walker is as follows: That more than $1,200,000 was ed on to bury him. Friends who got Eva Rankin and Clara Cash. from Elixir Springs considerably im quick for most of the farmers, as the paid by the Methodist Episcopal Official Call. CAT ADOPTS RABITS. to Pendleton before he succumbed A cat belone-incChurch in 1915 toward the support to his wound, sought to learn the to Mrs. E. D. Eads proved, not yet well. He left again ground was getting rather hard. In pursuance to a call of the State ,, Monday morning W. G. Cowan arrived back home of superannuated ministers and widn,,vfo,, ,rt i!flo Muuc for another week's Central and Executive Committees NEGRO KILLING IN GARRARD. i Tuesday at noon from London, but ows, was shown by a report at the cause of his rash act but he refused Aaron Bolar, colored, fired two gives them as much attention as she stay. of Kentucky the Democrats of Lin ' to tell why he had done it. He was Mrs. Ephram Godbey on the Dan- will return again next .Monday. county are hereby called to shots from a pistol into the stomach does her two kitties. The little fam- General Conference in Saratoga 30 years of age and is survived by coln Several went to Carpenter's creek Springs. meet in mass convention at the ' of Curt Ambrose, colored Saturday j ny js a very unusual one but seems a ville pike, one mile north of here, his wife and several children. (in the Cir- - night at White Oak, a negro settle- - happy one, never the less. suffered a stroke of paralysis last and Green River Tuesday, and most Presbyterian Sunday, Church, court house in Stanford, week and is not much improved. all brought back plenty of fish. celMay 7. cuit Court room) Saturday, May 20, ment near Bryantsville, on the Buena AS TO MEXICO. Samuel Owens of McKinney, was ebrated at 11 o'clock; Mission Band AGREEMENT pur- - Vista road, from the effects of which She has been unable to speak anyA LIVE FAIR THIS TIME. 1916, at 1 o'clock, p. m., for the The agreement reached by Generhere Tuesday on business. A live bunch is at the head of the thing. at 2 o'clock; C. E. Meeting at 7 als Scott, of the United States, and pose of selecting delegates to the he died about twelve hours later, his Uriah Dunn was at Columbia court o'clock. The" Consecration of TalMiss Burdette of Stanford, was State Convention to be held in Lex- - intestines having beer, perforated Danville fair association this year Obregon, of Mexico, for the joint Monday in the interest of the horse ents Matt. 25:14-3country a visitor of Mrs. W. D. Nave last Service at pursuit ington May 24, 1916, to select del- - thirteen times. Bolar at once made j' and the best of Villa by American and and mule business. He returned 7:30. All of the church in the Sunand has not as yet been fa;r Little Britain has ever had is week. egates to the National convention a Mexican troops, has been ratified by Wednesday morning. A child of Rev. Brandenburg has day School on May 7. which meets in St. Louis, June 14, apprehended. From reports gather- - said to be assured. The Danville President Wilson. The White House Everybody is making preparations a candidate for(ed from some of the witnesses, the j Advocate said of the organization been confined to, her home for sev-erThe W. C. T. U. will meet Tues1916, to nominate has not permitted any announcement days with the measles. It is for corn planting next week. day afternoon at 2:30 at the Meth- to this effect to be made, but it was President. Lincoln county is enti-- . killing was unprovoked and com and election of officers this week : Dr. John Cook, the colored veteri- odist church, suoject: Safety in which has supposed she contracted them on the j The new .Fair Association, tied to 19 delegates or one for evlearned that jus as soon as word is nary surgeon of Stanford, was up Prohibition. while on their way here. Discussion been organized, evidently means train Christian received that Carranza approves the ery one hundred votes or fraction Walter Owsley and family left here here Sunday evening in the interest Citizenship and Why I Favor ProLATEST WAR NEWS business, and Danville is to have a over' 50 cast by the democratic parpact this government will announce country fair Sunday for Louisville to live. He of his profession. hibition. Roll Call. Some Benefits officially that ty at the last Presidential election. Germany's reply to the demand of real live, it has also done so. . Sheep shearing has been the rage from Prohibition in Stanford Were All known democrats 21 years old, the United States that she cease im- -' this time. The recently organized has a position with the Old Hickory It was learned on official authority this week and up to this writing Joe Our Laws Enforced. Wagon company there. Motto For or over and all those who will be- - mediately here present method of board of directors .met yesterday that the agreement does not set any J. W. Hoskins came home Sunday Gann has clipped close up to 1,000 God and Home and Every Land. 21 by the next regular Novem- - j submarine warfare is expected within j ternoon at the court house and elect-be- r time limit for the withdrawal of the Services at the Christian church, election are entitled to partici- - j a f ew hours to be in the hands of i ed officers. Hugh Tarkington was morning from Merrimac, where he head. W. D. Nave has sold out his mill Sunday, May 7: Sunday school 9:45; American troops. The wording of , pate in this convention. President Wilson. The American i elected President, Maurice J. Farris had been again at the bedside of Capt. Hunter, who is in a very crit property here to parties that there preaching 10:45 and 7:30; Young the pact is such that the American Given under my hand as Chair- - j Ambassador at Berlin went to the ' and Homer Wray, with and will move to People's Meeting 6:45. Do not for- forces can remain in Mexico indefis no man of the Lincoln County Demo- - German Foreign office to receive the i J. Beecher Adams, Secretary, and S. ical condition. is either captured James H. Yowell has purchased a Mercer county about the 15th of get that Sunday is Decision Day in initely unless Villa cratic Executive Committee, this ' note from the Foreign Minister late H. Nichols, Treasurer. Messrs. Geo." or killed or his forces effectively disFord touring car. May. He recently had sold his prop- the Bible School, and we are hoping May 1, 1916. W. O. WALKER. ; Thursday afternoon. Nothing isJMasseyC. P. Cecil, Jr., John S. new persed, and as soon as there are defwere heard to whistle erty to Mr. T. L. Minor of Harrods- and praying that those still out of j known as to the tenor of the reply j Baughman & Son, and T. E. Dunn borlast Satur- burg, but by some unknown reason, Christ may decide for Him. The inite indications that American BALL GAME AT McKINNEY. j whether it will acquiesce in full to were also added to the list of direct-On- e their clear "Bob-white- " Mr. Minor flew the coop and did not week between May 7 and 14 is Cra- der towns are no longer in danger of the most interesting base the President's demand or merely ors. The 2nd, 3rd and 4th of August day evening for the first time.. Mrs. Sanford Retherford accom take the mill, which caused Mr. Nave dle Roll Week, culminating on the of raids. Washington dis- - j have been chosen as the dates, ball games ever witnessed in Mc- -, offer concessions. The agreement provides that the loss. Nave at once 14th, with a Mother's Day Service. was played there Saturday patches have indicated that unless ginning on Wednesday and lasting panied Charles Wheeler and wife to a considerable American commander in Mexico is to set to work and soon found another Notice to Methodists. afternoon when the McKinney team , full asquiescence is given a sever- - j three; days. The old association's Perryville last week, to attend the have free use of the Mexican railbuyer. ' grounds are to be used and no wheels Presbytery. Every Methodist and every person ways for transporting supplies to his defeated the Moreland Sluggers by ance of diplomatic relations with James Cash and James Dodd of who js inclined toward Methodism W. D. Hocker and nephew, John to be left unturned toward the j are the score of 5 to 0. The feature of Germany will follow. . Turnersville, were here on busi- should be at the Methodist church troops. Reuter's Amsterdam correspond- - success of the project. An appeal is Hocker, were among those that went the game was the battery work of by the Mexican Real ness Wednesday morning. Sunday school Sunday morning at forces with the American troops is Uayton and Jones tor iviciunney. ent teiegrapns to ionoon mat metz, ; lw ue maun io me. man ciose up, ano !vto Stanford Saturday. T. L. Carpenter and wife arrived 9:30. There will be no preaching J. B. Williams and aunt, Mrs. Alice With the exception of two wild capital of Lorraine, a qity of 60,000 the man far back, by having some' home Tuesday evening from an ex services because of the absence of provided for in the agreement. throws by the Morelanders the game population and rated as one of the thing to interest all. The idea that Vanarsdall, of Harrodsburg, visited It is understood that General Scott fishing trip to Dunnville, Ca- the pastor, who is in Louisville at was an errorless affair. Dayton, who j strongest fortresses of the world, is the chautauqua is to supplant the relatives here last week. Mrs. Van- - tended county, much, pleased with their tending the annual meeting of the has pledged that the Mexican troops twirled for McKinney had the visit--j being evacuated by the civil popula- - fair has been relegated to oblivion, arsdale is 88 years old and made the sey will be allowed to have every chance catch. and the new organization will have trip in a buggy. Board of Church Extension to which ors ar nis mercy at an times, ana , nun. being he is a delegate from the Kentucky to kill or capture Villa. The Amerinvitations are A mad dog was killed here last as its aim the exhibition of local during the entire game never allow received today by friends of Mr. Conference Board. A Sunday school ican troops will give the Mexican Saturday morning. products as well as good offers to RHEUMATIC PAIN STOPPED. ed a hit and struck out 15 batsmen forces their support, it is said, but Two large ,auto truck loads of Samuel Reid Conway and Mr. Car- Institute will be held at the Methodist will not attempt live stock men. Boyle in the seven innings that he worked. The drawing of muscles, the soreto take the glory church on Wednesday and Thursday, of capturing Villa away from Jones behind the bat played a star ness, stiffness and agonizing pain of county and Danville ought to have chickens were hauled from the pro- roll Reid Allen. them. Bud Martin, of Danville, bought May 10 and 11. Everybody most game and deserves much credit for Rheumatism quickly yield to Sloan's a good fair, and this organization duce house here Monday, to HarIt is understood the White House in- here Tuesday a few extra fine stock cordially invited. W. D. Welburn, will make public his excellent work. Liniment. It stimulates circulation has every intention of making this rodsburg. Their business here is the texb of the milk ccwrs at about six cents from va- Pastor. , year's attempt the best one in years.. creasing- every day. to the painful part. Just apply as dijust as quickly as it learns Since the mad dog scare here last rious parties. WAS TROUBLED AT NIGHT rected to the sore spots. In a short that Carranza lias ratified it. TELLS WHAT SHE THINKS week all '"dogs at large have been orPainful, annoying bladder weak- time the pain gives way to a tingling At Columbus, Ohio, William Cook, HAS A GOOD REPUTATION Anna Hawn, Cedar Grove, .Mo., dered muzzled or killed by the poness usually indicates kidney trouble. sensation of comfort aged 69, and Miss Jewell" Harris, 20, KEEPING UP TO THE MARK, and warmth. writes. "We think Foley Cathartic lice. The orginal and genuine Honey were joined in marriage. The groom So do backache, rheumatism, sore, Here's proof There are a great many worth"Spring fever" is not always a "I have had wonderful swollen or stiff muscles or joints. relief since I used your Liniment on Tablets are the best liver pill we less dogs in our town any way and and Tar cough syrup is Foley's has a round .dozen children who live joke. If you feel dull and lsuggish, tired and worn out, suffer from Honey and Tar Compound and be- with him. Such symptoms have been relieved' my knee. To think one application ever got hold of, as they do not should be put out of the way. backache or weak back, by Foley Kidney Pills. Henry Ru- - gave me relief. Sorry I haven't nauseate of gripe, but act freely on Bishop lost a fine Short- cause this has eiyen such universal Josiah Three alleged possum hunters sore muscles, stiff joints rheumatism, or other inspace to tell you the history. Thank the liver." Recommended for consti horn cow dolp, Carmi, 111., writes: "Since taklast Saturday from eating satisfaction and cured so many cases were found guilty in Muhlenburg dication of kidney trouble, it will ing you ior wnat your remedy has nation, bloating,' sour stomcah. cas pay you to investigate of coughs, colds, croup and whooping Foley Kidney Pills I sleep all done for me.'" James S. Ferguson, ion stomach, bad breath, clogged or1 clover. She left a fine calf two ing cough there are imitations and Circuit Court and were sentenced to Pills. They aro highly Foley Kidney . recommended night without getting up. Sold Philada, Pa. Sloan's Liniment kills irregular bowel action. Sold everv- - weeks old. substitutes offered to the public. In the penitentiary by Judge John S. as prompt and efficient aids to ' !5c at Druggists. pain. where7 We had an awful nice rain here sist on Foley's. Sold everywhere. Rhea. health. Sold everywhere. ( ! ! mo-firmed ) ed -- ! c,.. I r.-- .-" U- 1 - 1 J J e- ot 70-od- ( J iqr$55.'5ij2Lr. 1 1 A ! r iw J ed 0. get-a-w- ay al -- ( ed af-co- Vice-Presiden- ts; J go-ba- ck ! Bob-whit- es ! be-Kinn- I Up-to-da- te out-of-to- ent -- .". 'age 1 wo The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May 5, 1916 it. To swing offwhat narrow road remained before him seemed frankly suicidal. To lash, his team to greater effort was already out of the question. To take his hands from the reins, even, along that uncertain road, was equally foolhardy. So the strange race went on, the swaying and bounding girl tossed cab with a white-faceabout under its hood, the leaping and lurching roadster, every second drawing closer down on its quarry yet every second threatening to turn turtle over one of the grassy embankments above which it shuddered and slewed. It was the Laughing Mask, leaning who far out from his running-board- , and called threw open the cab-dosharply to the startled girl. "Quick," he commanded. For one moment she hesitated. Then she reached out for the unsteady hand groping for her. The next moment she found herself sitting back, a little breathless, in the d seat of the roadster and the man in the Laughing Mask smiling down at her. d or Valuable Health Hints CATARRH explosive walls. power which" stood com- For Our Readers out, but have no medical value. Ecpanic-stricke- n pressed between it3 slender metal Legar was not a coward. Yet as he stood in the clammy midnight air of the Golden mausoleum and quietly removed the screws that held the top on the black casket beside him, he found that combination of silence and gloom and unsavory surroundings a little more of a strain on his nerves than he had anticipated. Yet as he lifted back the sable cover of the casket he did so with a hand that was still steady. j & iL i Jast because you hawk and spit and zema, tetter, acne and all such erupyour nose is wet, cold, red, sore and tive diseases should be treated with a nuisance, don't merely plug it up. s s s ' BLOOD. J I POISONED You can't cure catarrh, by greasing your nose. Take S. S. S. regularly So many different things contribute and you will drive catarrhal poisons to poison the blood and the effect is out of your blood. The membranes so startling that the sufferer becomes and is led to use harmwill soon recover and no longer, continue to accumulate the mucous that ful drugs. If you have any blood trougathers and thickens into catarrh. ble, get a bottle of S. S. S. and take S. S. S. stimulates the cells of the tis- according to directions. sues to select from the blood their own Don't take anything else. 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OF PATHE PHOTO PLAY OF THE SAME NAME COPVKICHT. I8H. BY ARTHUR VTIUNCtlL Don't let your vehicles go to the scrap heap. With little work NOVELIZED FROM THE Prepare Your Lawns s So they will grow and your gardens so they'll grow vegetables by nature's production, that is Agricultural Ground Lime, recommended by Ky. Agricultural Dept. Sold in ton lots and blue-gras100-poun- ' d bags. J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY Why not leave that to me?" cut in young Manley, with his first touch of SYNOPSIS. impatience. "I've left a good many things to you, On Windward Island Palidori intrigues Mrs. Golden Into an appearance of evil Davy; but I don't encourage men to which causes Golden to capture and torture the Italian by branding his face and plan their own funerals!" "Yet I've thought this out, sir, and crushing his hand. Palidori floods the island and kidnaps Golden's little daughter I maintain that it's worth a try. You Margery. Twelve years later in New York a Masked One rescues Margery from Le- know as well as I do that these men gar and takes her to her .father's home, who work with Legar are an ignorant whence she is recaptured. Margery's mother fruitlessly Implores Golden to find and illiterate- lot. They're not afraid their daughter. The Laughing Mask of force. But when you confront them again takes Margery away from Legar. Legar sends to Golden a warning and a with the supernatural, you get them demand for a portion of the chart ol face to face with something they can't Windward Island. Margery meets her mother. The chart is lost in a fight be- understand. And what they can't untween Manley and one of Legar's hench- derstand they are going to be afraid men, but Is recovered by the Laughing Mask. Count Da Espares figures in a of!" dubious attempt to entrap Legar and "And you think you're going to claims to have killed him. Golden's house Is dynamited during a masked ball. Le- frighten 'em away with a casket!" gar escapes but Da Espares is crushed in "I'm going to make them believe that the ruins. Margery rescues the Laughing David Manley, having departed this Mask from the police. Manley finds Margery not indifferent to his love. He saves life because of an attack on his perher from Manke's poisoned arrows. son by one Mauki, with poisoned arrows, is about to be duly interred in TENTH EPISODE the Golden mausoleum, and " "But you couldn't even get a wax THE LIVING DEAD figure that would fool a child! You couldn't" "I'm opposed to your plan, sir," "I've already got the figure, interEnoch Golden declared with heat, "and rupted Manley. "And it strikes me as I always will be opposed to it!" being an exceptionally perfect one." David Manley, as he stared across "But what's all this funeral business the table at the ruffled old millionaire, to lead to?" demanded the old finanitrled to control himself to patience. cier. "But you acknowledge that you are "It leads to the fact that Legar and equally opposed to Legar's intrusions his men will be duly informed of my i into this house, to having his secret death, for I want all the servants in j agents planted about at your elbows. this house to pass before the casket But when I work out a plan that oilers and see me in It. And Legar's spy a reasonable promise of trapping Le- will be one of them. So Legar, you gar and his men, you stop the wh'ole may be sure, will get the facts as soon business by declaring it's lacking in as they are known. He will be tipped dignity!" off as to the day and hour of the "Dignity is something which depart- funeral. He will also be told that the ed from this house the day Legar first cortege, say of three carriages, is to forced his way into it!" was Golden's proceed to the Golden mausoleum, and bitter retort. that Margery Golden is to go in one "Precisely!" cried young Manley. of the carriages. And that lonely spot "His whole campaign has been one of will strike him as precisely the right intimidation, of threats and assaults spot for making a coup." and reprisals. They have been try"And what do we gain by that?" ing to fight us with terror. So my "We'll fill our big contention is, why not give them a dollar mausoleum with thirty big policeWhy not men, dose of their medicine? and round up the gang before fight them with their own weapons, Legar can even smell a rat." and in doing so, perhaps go them one But Enoch Golden remained unconbetter?" vinced. "But I can only repeat my convic"Well, it may be a brilliant plan, tions that your plan can't succeed!" but you can please leave me out of it," old protested the tremulous-voicehe finally announced. financier. "That's 'just "what I've been asking for," explained Manley. "All I want is to be allowed to conduct it in my own way." David Manley, however, did not confive-year-o- ld : j . Thence he took up his flashlight, and pressing close to the coffin's side, stood studying the pallid face that lay surrounded by its even more pallid drapery of white satin. He stared at that pallid face long and intently. He stared at it with studious and narrowing eyes. Then he did a strange and an inexplicable and small cost you can rA9 (&? make them look new by using S Carriage Palnf It is made especially for refimshing vehicles. Paints and varnishes with one application and is very durable Ask for Free Pmint Booklets and Color Cards leather-upholstere- The Black Watch. A number of things had happened and were happening to disconcert, if not to discourage, the redoubtable Legar. That astute young adventuress, Betsy Le Marsh, alias Williamsburg Elsie, who. with the aid of divers forged recommendations, had installed, herself in the Golden household, repeatedly and stubbornly reported that David Manley was dead. Williamsburg Elsie also expressed a strong desire to migrate from the house in which she found herself so inquisitive a maid, since that house, she declared, was too full of "queer things" for her comfort. When, at Legar's suggestion, she had tried to "pump a needleful o' dope" into her altogether unsuspecting mistress, a dead man's face had suddenly appeared between her and the bedroom door. And on two different occasions, after midnight, when she had ventured down to the housekeeper's telephone to send in a secret message to Legar himself, she had found herself confronted by a ghost in white. Nor was Betsy Le Marsh the only malcontent. Even Red Egan himself, men in one of the best "cold-steel- " all the group that clustered about the Owl's Nest, had of late shown unmistakable signs of mental disturbance. A dead man's ghost, he declared, had looked in through one of the headquarters' windows. Red Egan, it is true, had promptly emptied his thing. Lifting his maimed right arm that ended in its shank of steel, he brought it down with a crash on the glass cover of the casket. Then, as though infuriated by some unreasoning hatred for the pallid face still staring so impassively up at him, he struck again. This time the blow fell directly on thft head between the white satin swath-ingBut that flailing arm, instead of striking a human head of flesh and bone, crashed down through a thin shell of fiber and tinted wax. Legar, focusing his light on that shattered mask, emitted a short bark of triumph as the meaning of it all s. A Pee Gee Finish for Every Purpose FORSALEBY NEW STANFORD DRUG CO., Stanford, Ky. & came home to him. He leaned for several minutes over the violated casket, staring at it with insolent yet abstracted eyes, pondering just what move could lie beyond so intricately engineered a subterfuge. And the answer to that question came more promptly and more directly than he For as he stood had anticipated. there, turning a piece of the tissue meditatively over In his fingers, the electric bulbs that strung the mausoleum roof broke into sudden light. From different quarters of that shadowy building, at the same time, stepped a group of hidden officers, wax-covere- ROWLAND PEAVINE No. 6053 d headed by David Manley himself. So quickly and so quietly did that transformation take place, indeed, had neither time nor chance to change his position. He merely blinked a little stupidly at the revolver which glimmered in Manley's hand. Then, with a gesture that seemed equally stupid, he reached for his watch and case mediheld the heavy tatively between his fingers. "Stick 'em up!" Manley was at the same time commanding with a curt head movement towards Legar's hands. "It may have taken some work, but this is the time we gather you in!" gun-metal that the man leaning over the casket six-shoot- er thirty-thousan- d at that phantasmal intruder but with nothing more to show for it and sk. than a shattered window-sash l, panes of broken glass. to pu When the master-criminaan end to all such absurdities, had b: the force of many dire threats anc p Louie oaths compelled both Egan himself to repair to the and Red One-Lam- d Rowland Peavine chestnut stallion; star and snip, foaled May 14, 1912. Sired by Rex Peavine 1796, bv Rex McDonald 833, by Rex Denmark 840. 1st dam, Bourboniste 9297 (full sister to Bourbon's Best) by Bourbon Chief 976, by Harrison Chief 1606, by Clark Chief 89. 2nd dam, Judy Oliver 6407, bv Red Cloud 2197, Indian Chief 1718. 3rd dam, by Wilson's King 2197. 4th dam, daughter of Sims' Clark Chief 2575. Rowland Peavine is a beautiful chestnut with star and snip. Stands 15.3, weighs 1,050; four year old. As you will see rrom me breeding, he has the blood of the best show horses of Kentucky and is one himself. You should see this horse before booking your rnare. Breeders of saddle horses rarely ever have the opportunity to breed to a horse as fashionably bred at the small fee of $15.00 to Insure a Living Colt Will make the season of 1916 at the stable Just back of A. T. Nunnel-ley- 's house on Lancaster street. Money due at birth of colt or when mare is parted with or bred to other stock. Grass at 10 cents per day. J. C. BAILEY, Stanford, Kentucky in his own way. Carefully as every detail had been planned, there were one or two minor features which at the time escaped his attention. The most inconspicuous and yet the most vital of these was, perhaps, the personality of the driver of the third carriage in that small cortege which wended its way so decorously from the Golden home. For under the funereal driver reoutfit of this placid-eyeposed the stalwart body of a certain Louie, long known among his associates as an habitue of the Owl's Nest and an underground agent for Jules Legar himself. p Now Louis gave no promise of either active or passive interference with these duly appointed mortuary exercises until the city itself had been left well behind. Then, awakening to the fact that they were traversing a desirably sequestered stretch of road, he watched intently for certain prearranged signals from accomplice. Immediatehis ly after the discovery of those looked-fo- r signs the spirited team driven by Louie showed unexpected yet unmistakable evidences of restive-nesd One-Lam- p One-Lamone-arme- d One-Lam- p s. duct that strange funeral altogether Almont Dare f""""TT" WilTi iiiii miiwiMWXwuiiiwmmiij ' 2u ffr V V 'flB ! BOHEMIAN KING 2410. The above photo of this noted stallion was taken during o.ne of the recent fairs, where he at the request of the Fair Association. Bohemian King was retired to the stud after defeating all aged stallions he met in competition in Kentucky. He is at a three-year-orecognized 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 throughout Kentucky and other States during the last three years. Bohemian Ki";j is the property of Allen S. Edelen, uf Glenworth Saddle Horse Farm. Burgin, Ky. i was on exhibition ld The King Of Them All; The Champion Of The Ring. THE IMPERIAL SIREwhose sons and daughters have sold for more money, are owned in, and have won in more States than the getJof any stallion of the age. $50 To Insure A LivingJColt. But there was a limit to what that team of Spirited blacks would endure. And they suddenly, to all intents and purposes, determined to follow their own line of travel at their own rate of speed, for, as the driver sat on the box apparently sawing on the reins, that exasperated team plunged suddenly forward, swerved across the road, and went galloping down a bypath which was little more than a cart trail winding in and out through slopes of greensward and shrubbery. Half a mile deeper in that shrubbery this runaway team would surely have reached the spot where a black limousine stood hidden away in the had not still shadow of laurel-copsanother and an equally unheralded fac tor entered Into the situation. This factor took the form of a high-powroadster in which was seated a man wearing a yellow mask. His irruption into that orderly little procession, p Indeed, proved as abrupt as Louie's eruption from it. And ho tree-screene, er One-Lam- ALLEN S. EDELEN, Burgin, Ky. GLENWORTH STOCK FARM. Ask for Handsome Photographs and Literature. seemed plainly suspicious of both Louie's motives and movements, for he lost no time in swinging from the highway and plunging recklessly after Three Other High-Clas- s Saddle Stallions. 16 Hands High, Standing at $10 and-$1To Insure A Living Colt. 5 the runaway carriage. As his car approached the runaway cab that mysterious stranger, known as the Laughing Mask, stepped to the running-boar- d of his roadster, leaning far out as the two swerving vehicles p Louie, whatdrew together. may have thought of that ever he of evaduv One-Lam- When She Tried to "Pump a Needleful o' Dope" Into Her Mistress, a Dead Man's Face Appeared. Legar laughed as he confronted his Golden mausoleum and verify the contents of the mysterious casket there enemies. deposited, Red Egan had returned with "Do you want to take me alive?' tho preposterous story of a white sheet "Alive or dead, I'm going to take suddenly descending out of the black- you!" p ness of the vault and whisking "Then take this first," cried Legar. Louie out of reach and also out At the same moment that he spoke of sight. And since the once valiant the left hand in which he still held Red Egan showed so craven a spirit what seemed to be a black metal that nothing short of a quart of three-sta- r watch case swung forward. And as brandy could tranquilize his shak- that object which so closely resembled p en nerves., and since. Louie a black watch hurtled through the air, showed no signs of returning from Legar flung hynself flat on his face the mysterious realms into which along the vault flooring. Then the white sheet had black watch struck. the whisked him, Legar promptly and The next moment the walls of that wrathfully decided to take the matter ponderous structure of marble and into his own hands. He would lay sandstone seemingly built to defy time this ghost, he announced, or something Itself, lifted bodily in the air, like the hull of a torpedoed dreadnaught. would go smash in the process. But he had no intention of approach- Then, following the roar and rumble ing that intimidating mausoleum with- of that vast detonation, came the moout due and definite preparation. With mentary catastrophic silence which him he took a powerful pocket flash- so strangely and yet so inevitably suclight, a Colt automatic pistol and a ceeds a calamity too gigantic and too couple of extra clips of cartridges, abrupt to be understood. That ominous silence, however, last.but the Instrument on which he reposed the most confidence was a ed only for a few seconds. Out of it disk little bigger than a pocket arose muffled calls and thin cries for aneroid, some three inches In diame- help, followed by answering shouts ter and no thicker than a man's hand. from many different points in the disk, which x darkness as rescuing hands set to This Innocent-lookin- g could be slipped Into a vest pocket as work on the ruins. easily as a timepiece, was known to And out of those ruins, while this the habitues of the Owl's Nest as ta work was going on, emerged two Black Watch. bruised and tattered figures strangely actually nothing mor divergent in appearances. The first While figure, worming its way out through a small-size- d hand grenade, 1 to dttlnct tha.intaritlrffla nf "riimhlid rnrY "" One-LamOne-Lamafore-mentione- iMambrino 3715, he by Almont 33; 2nd dam Lady Davis, by Crit Davis, Dy tfourbon Chief; 3rd dam, Mattie S., by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, by Imported Glenco; 4th dam Bettie C, by Cunningham's Copperbottom. NOTE Almont Dare's colts from grade mares bring as high as $300 at weanlings to $500 and $1,000 at three to four years; $600 was offered for his dam at 2 years old and $400 for his 2nd dam when horses were cheap. One full brother sold for $3,600, and another reported sold for $1,500, and one sister, Toxy Dare offered $1,500 for. His 3rd dam could rack as fast as a jrood horse i could run under whip and spur. He j is a pretty bay 16 hand and weighs around 1,200 pounds. Goes 6 distinct gaits all good and fast. Pretty good breeding, don't you think so? Season 1916 at my stable, 2 2 miles from Hustonville, on Liberty Pike at $10 to insure a live colt. Money due when colt is foaled, mare parted with or bred elsewhere. Grass at $2 per month and all stock will have my personal attention, but will not be responsible for accidents. Correspondence and inspection invited. Will also stand my big mule and jennet jack at $10 for female colt, or $8 for male colt. S. T. POWELL, Hustonville, Ky. 1-- A. S. H. R. 3228 Sired by Dignity Dare 1992, he by Chester Dare 10, he by Black Squirrel 58, he by King William 97; 1st dam Toxaway 4658, also registered in Vol. 10, A. S. H. R.; she by Abdallah EASTER PRINCE 6636 For the season of 1916 I offer for public service, the splendid individual and royally bred young combined sad- j die and harness stallion, Easter Prince 6636, brown colt, star, 2 hind feet white, 15.3 hands, foaled 1913, is sired by Prince Roe 4295, by Bourbon Prince 2144, by Bourbon Chief 976. 1st dam Duchess of Denmark, by Duke of Denmark 795, by Gen. Duke 1902. Easter Prince 6636 will stand for mares at my barn in Lincoln county, on the Hustonville and Danville pike, at $15.00 TO INSURE LIVING COLT. Care taken to prevent 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 to this horse and get colts that will sell for the high dollar. STEWART SANDIDGE, Hustoaville. d gun-met- al UfrJM.B OL'J The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May 5, 1916 Page Three m H H i Hfl 1 fl If you have thought you are hard to fit, we're ready to change your mind on that point. Here are suits in the latest styles, in the newest fabrics and patterns to fit every figure. Hart, Schaff-ne- r & Marx have scientifically provided them. We're ready to prove it. Fit and satisfaction guaranteed. All Wool Suits. $10,$12.50,$15,$18.50and$20 PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS FURNISHINGS, CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES AND TAILORING. Stanford's Biggest and Best Store CopyrigntnsrtSclaffrcr &Mux Delicious Drinks Our pure ice cream and real fruit flavors make the refreshments that you get at our fountain really nourishing food. And we try to keep our serving dishes and recep tacles as clean and wholesome as the best housewife in this town keeps her kitchen. Stop In Here and get a then take a pail of cream or sherbet home to the family. thirst-quencher; The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. AUCTIONEERING j i John M. Casey, D. V. M: Veterinary Surgeon I can get you highest prices for your ' land, stock, crops or household goods. ' Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College ov.) (?ec- - by,U-.S- ; JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Moreland. Fams' Stable . Sales Cried Anywhere Danville, Kentucky ALL PEAVINE 4092 DAM, LUCY WELLS, BY FEAVINE, 85 SIRE, REX PEAVINE All Peavine needs no introduction to people of Kentucky. His lonji 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. DENMARK CHIEF A brown stallion, 15.3, white hind feet with plenty bone and conformation. 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. 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, 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. Two good mule Jacks at $10.00 R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Ky. crucibles to mold beds. And there the harried Legar, bewildered by the sudden bright light, ran like a pelted hound down the sandy paths between forge and coke oven and cauldron crane. There, seeleum. ing his way blocked by a group of Then, swinging apparently out of round-eyeLithuanians, he swung, the empty air about her, a circle of catlike, up into the iron network of steel, suddenly encompassing her arm, the cable bridges, with his pursuer The Lake of Fire. Legar, lucky as his escape had been, brought her to an abrupt stop. T.nlTQl- - still close at his heels. And tnere, TXTll n n i,iilr mnrnrnflnf midway across that smoke-staineknew that his margin of safety was tore the motor veil from her head, roof, that echoed with the tumult of still too narrow for much immediate comfort of either mind or body.' So ' twisted it into a coil, and flung it thunderous hammers and directly over he crawled awav as best he could, about her neck. And all the while the a king cauldron of molten steel, the nursing his strength when he came to Iron Claw, grappling at her arm, held i two men cam6 together, cover and going on again when some her as a steel trap might. There Legar, ;with his metal claw She was already dizzy with pain hooked securely into the iron network passing lightShowed that cover to be none too dense. But he did not give when sho heard the sharp crack of a above his head, swung about and un until he had reached higher revolver shot close over her shoulder. faced his enemy. And there, on that ground. There he was able to hide ' This was followed by a quick shout grimy bridge high above the equally himself in a thicket and rest for an j and a muttered oath. She felt herself grimy workmen who left their forges forcibly flung from Legar's arms into and lathes and cauldrons to witness hour or two. neighborhood the arms of another man panting the struggle, the two enemies, who But to remain in that until mnrninc. he knew, wculd be out breathlessly up the sandy slope. She had so long and bitterly opposed each of the question. About that whole j could see this man, even as he held other found themselves face to face suspected area, he felt, the police her from tailing, stop to level nis gun for their final struggle. would surely throw a cordon, and the at the fieeimr ncure or L.egar. one Yet the man in the yellow mask could see him shoot again, and still seemed the cooler headed of the two, resource of disguise was no longer at his disposal. Already from where he again, at the same moment that Train for as Legar struck snarling at his lay, he could see dozens of moving and the plunging automobile came face he ducked low on his narrow lamps of workers about the mauso- throbbing and panting up to the scene, perch and at the same moment leum ruins. He could also see the the electric lamps throwing out their whipped his revolver from the side glow of a powerful pair of headlights, wavering, long columns of white light pocket of his coat. Yet Legar, with apparently on a motor car threading as they came. Then the stranger, ar- a movement equally prompt, kicked its way to the scene of tlio explosion. rested by certain gasping and gur- viciously at the fingers clustered about gling sounds from the threat of tho the gun-bu"And to the north he could even more before the weapon itself girl in his arms, stooped could be brought into use. The next distinctly see the fiery tongues of the chimney flares above the Westingham down and tore the constricting veil moment that weapon fell with a hiss foundry, where hundreds of toilers, away from the slender, white column and splash into the lake of molten turning night into clay, worked about of her neck. And Margery, opening metal beneath them. Then the struggle became one of the great blast furnaces and cauldrons her eyes, saw that it was the Laughbending above her. ing Mask of molten metal. tendon against tendon, of straining was Legar!" sho gasped as muscle against muscle, of empty-hande- d sud- "It In a foundry such as that, he rlnnW rPTnpmhprPfl , Inv Tiis best , Train, followed by her father, came mortal strength pitted against ft,..., . strength. There, like animal" chance for escape. Disheveled as lie panting up to where they stood. mortal "And there he goes now!" cried the of the wild, high in some Amazonian was, he could pass unnoticed among those sooty workers. And when the Lauehinc Mask, pointing down tho eyrie, the two strangely entangled night shift went off, he told himself, i long lane of light columntng out irom figures fought and struggled and he could slip away in their midst, un- - the car's lamps. Across that narrow clawed and struck. I noticed and unchallenged. And if tho river of light they could catch a In the matter of mere physical j worst came to the worst he could glimpse of a tall figure skulking off strength Legar seemed to have the advantage. And what under ordinary crawl into hiding somewhere about into the darkness. man with your car, "Follow that the tangle of machinery under that circumstances might have proved a lay up the Laughing Mask suddenly cried out disability could now be turned to his foundry roof itscl. and there advantage. For the iron claw at the until he knew the coast was clear to the chauffeur. "No car could travel through coun- end of his right arm, hooked securely again, with the chance of stealing a puddler's "jumper" for a disguise and try like that!" protested Train. into the network of steel behind him, keep your lights on the main held him there without effort and "Then a dinner pail or two full of food for a road to the west here, so as to pick without strain. His oppone'nt, on the meal. up if he tried to break through other hand, found it no easy task to All this Legar might have done, and him on that side. I'll swing around by the make sure of his perch above that might have done without great difffoundry yards and head him off in the cauldron of molten iculty, had not a trace of his older obeast!" niotal. His arm shook with tho tensession of hate impinged on his clearAnd the next moment the man in sion imposed on his overtaxed musly outlined course of action. the yellow mask had disappeared in cles. His fingers became numb with He was once more himself, by this Golden and his daugh- pain, threatening to lose their pretime, walking with a limp that was the darkness. staring after him. hensile power, and even as he fought scarcely discernible. But as he stole ter stood later the blackness he weakened to a realization that he Two minutes down from the higher ground and that had swallowed him up was must change his hold. made his way back towards the Westby a series of flame flashes, It was as he maneuvered to bring ingham chimney flares he became stabbed by the repeated bark of a about this shift of position that the followed once more conscious of the whiter the gloom still nearer Legar, alert for the most glare along the roadside 'he was so revolver. From of the Westingham shadowy piles the trivial advantage, saw his chance. cautiously skirting. This, he rememfoundry came an answering series of Swinging his body suddenly free from bered, as he stole nearer, came from shots. its footing on the narrow ledge of tho headlights of a stalled limousine. "That means he's making for the metal where he stood, he pendulumed Then he made a second and a more j foundry, sir!" cried the excited Train towards his momentarily unstable opstartling discovery. He knew, even as he swung nis car auout. ponent, throwing his feet forward and before he caught sight of Train work"Then, for God's sake, get us there, upward, as he did so, with all the force ing over his helpless car, that it as quick as you can," commanded of a football player kicking a double to Enoch Golden. But what Enoch Golden as tho car lurched and punt. actually drew him closer to the spot pulsed and crawled on between the The force of this jmlooked-fo- r was a glimpse of Margery Golden her- broken shrubbery, In perilous search was too much for the man in the self, in a gray fur motor coat, a3 she for some open pathway. mask. He tottered back, caught franstepped from the body of the car and But both Legar and his pursuer tically at a steel bar became full into the glare of the head- were by this time "well beyond their side him, dropped the full length of its lights, closer beside her stooping line of vision. That desperate-mindej diagonal course before he could make chauffeur. master criminal, in fact, realizing sure of his clutch, and came into vio"Are we stalled?" he could hear the that his enemy was pressing close at lent collision with the heavy iron girl ask. d his heels, mounted a slag pile, dropped block of a crane ladle. There, "We'll be off again in a minute or flat, and emptied his revolver into the by the blow, he fell sprawling two, Miss Margery," was Train's pre- darkness, where the Laughing Mask across a pojished steel cable which occupied reply. should have been. drooped fioorward between the block "But I can't stand here helpless," But the wary pursuer, dropping low and its empty metal pot. He tried to protested the girl. "I can't wait. I beside an empty pitch barrel, held his clutch that cable as he fell, but his d must know what has happened to The moment ho speed proved too great and his overfire and waited. Manley." 'crisp sound of footstprf taxed fingers were too week. As he the "Whiittygftr it. was, it's 'over and iord fhr siftg elone he once moro oiftno fell alone .ita uolished surface, how- d d ! tt half-garrote- cement, as cautiously and "as silently as a wounded blacksnake might crawl irom a cave, core an iron ciaw at tne end of its right arm and betrayed an unmistakable desire to creep away into the darkness before being observed. The second man, who, on recovering consciousness found himself encaged between two fallen pillars of marble topped by one of the roof slabs, experienced no little difficulty in emerging to the open, so closely were these protecting pillars wedged about him. But as he worked his bruised body through that Giant's Causeway of broken rock, he felt grateful enough, remembering what had happened, to bo still alive. And sore as he was in body, he was even more bruised in spirit at the memory of the fact that his enemy, Jules Legar, had at tho last moment escaped from his clutch. i i uone this time." "But he may be dead. He may be lying crushed under those fallen pillars. I must go on. Tell father I couldn't wait, that I've gone ahead on foot!" Legar, crouching back in the shaw-owheard these hurried words and as hurriedly acted on them. Slinking back through the bushes, he swung about and followed the girl through the darkness. Yet it was not until the girl had passed well out of hailing distance of the headlighted car that Legar circled even more hurriedly forward and swung in again to intercept her. She was trudging, a little breathlessly, up a sandy slope, with her straining eyes still fixed on the moving lanterns about the ruined mausotoy s, took up the pursuit. That pursuit led through a narrow lane between great piles of structural iron. It led through an abandoned boiler room, then on through c dimly structure ot lighted and pulleys and lathes, and from there to the brighter lighted and higher roofed metal room ot the foundry itself. d There, beside glowing furnaces men toiled over incandescent annealing boxes and cauldrons of molThere gigantic track ten metal. cranes swung bowls of liquid fire from low-roofe- d i half-nake- ever, "it offered sufficient resistance to carry his limp body beyond the peril A WORD FOR MOTHERS of that open lake of molten metal, It is a grave miatake for mothers to negwhich, his frantic brain kept telling him. meant death. And as he dropped lect their aches and pains and suffer m weakly from the cable loop to a pile silence this only leads to chronic sickness and often shortens life. of molding sand lying between a castIf your work is tiring; if your nerves ing box and an empty spill trough, a excitable; if you feel languid, wearyare or score of watching men gave utterance depressed, you should know that Scott's to a shout of relief and a score of Emulsion overcomes just such conditions. It possesses in concentrated iorm the waiting hands were there to help him very elements to invigorate the blood, to his feet. So intent were those astounded iron- strengthen the tissues, nourish the nerves and build strength. workers on watching that perilous fall, Scott's is strengthening thousands of however, that they paid scant atten- mothers and will help yon. NoalcohoL tion to the second figure climbing spiScctt & Bovr. Bloomfield.JJ. J. derlike higher along the blackened ironwork of the blackened roof. They caught no glimpse of him as he scramLook at the label on your I- - J. bled, sooty and panting, through the ventilating flue that opened on the roof itself. Nor did any eye follow illllllllilHiliiiliiUUiinnliiUiiiliillliiil him as he crept, gorillalike, along the perilous slope of that roof until he came to the end of the building. A' ng this end he found a lightning rod, running from the peak of its roof to the ground. He promptly tested the I strength of this wire, satisfying him-- j self carefully, foot by foot, by means of one hand and an iron hook which of Milledgeville struck and clung to the metal with the vicious tenacity of an eagle's claw. When he reached the ground, still breathing heavily, he looked cautiously about. Then, making sure he was not observed, he slipped into the shadow of a pile of iron ingots, once more waited and listened, and then, crouching low, crossed the foundry yard and T will be worth your while to climbed the high board fence surfind out what some of your rounding it. And a moment later the neighbors who use De Laval darkness of the night had swallowed Cream Separators think of their mahim up. chines before you buy any separator. (TO BE CONTINUED.) About the best thing we can say for the De Lava! is that all the farmers around here who use it are What I Ira To Moser J has to say about cream separators this week. d bv local applications, as they cinnot reach th diseased portion ol the car. There 1 only one nay to euro deafness, and that - by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is cjummI by an intlamed condition of the mucoiw lining of the Eustachian When this tube I iaflamtd you have a Tube. rumbllnp sound or Imperfect hearing, and when N entirely closed Deafness is the result, and It nnle the "inllammatlon cat! be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearl- Deafness Cannot Be Cured boosters. It does good work for them and pleases them, and we know it will please you. Make it a point to ask your neighbor about his Do Lava!. Thcrearenearlytwomillion satisfied ' i ing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We irill "lve One Hundred Dollars for any cae of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot l9 cureu uy nan s taiarru v.utc, Send for circa ars, free. O. I DeLava!i.serstnrcughuttheworW. More Do Laval Separators are in nae I j J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, .J So'd by Druggists. 73c. Take Hall's I'amlly Tills for constipation. than all other makes comb.aed. It isn't the cheapest, but the majority of separator users have found oet by experience that it i the best and by far the most economical separator to own. Wc want to tell ou about an arrangement we have whereby you can tcahe ir-tia- l pavir.cnt at tire of purchase and pay on such liberal terras that the the e De Laval wll Save its cost vhtle ou are paying lor it. Come m ami sec us the first tune i ou have a cbar.cfi and talu. it over. bal-inc- TO THE PUBLIC made-to-ord- I I represent the larcest and best clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co.. Chicago 111. My experience In measuring and directing the making of your clothes, giv.s me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order. 1 will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the er j ; j I cheapest grades or the higher priced. jj My SPRING and SUMMER line of j DE LAVAL samples is now read: for your in spection. Uall and let me snow you. i SnUUMHIilillUiiimiilUMllfflilMmM H. C. RUPI EY. The Practical Tailor. Sooner or later you will buy a Mm fea ever-intimidati- High - Grade Stallion, GLENBROOK. My high bred Chestnut Sorrel Stallion will make the sea son of 1916 at my barn on the old fair grounds at Hustonville, Ky. He ' is 16 hands high, weight 1200 pounds. Will serve a limited number of Mares at $10 to insure a living colt; season due when mare is parted with, or on leaving the county. This stallion is by Ashland Brook and out of a standard bred trotting mare. He has proven to be a great breeder having colts to show for him. His colts are all saddle colts, with good style and action. Call and see a good horse before breeding time comes I will also stand the great mule Jack, Jim Reed, the well known mule jack by the old jack of Jim Reed's; having sold his colts at $100.00 at weaning time. He is a fine breeder, having colts to show for him here. He has a large bone and his colts have good bone and style. He will stand at $8 to insure a living colt. Money due if mare is parted with or leaves the county. B. W. LEIGH, Hustonville, Ky. : seven-year-old ever-watchf- ul bo-long- 'M!W , viBl'yprr-jfpgBsB&uiprpr,tjjj- aAiv!.a i.iu liaffSBy inl-pa- ct Plumbing aid Heating soot-covere- d d half-stunne- 8 Stanford J na i X.SL. &. Jf 3T7 a Da-vf- -- -- Office vvith J. L. Beazley phone42, res. phone 263 The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May 5, 1916 Mason's Gap THE Wheat crops in this section are looking very well and if there isn't any more bad weather the fruit trees will be loaded with, fruit. ' Miss Lunette Hurst spent Easter Sunday with Miss Laura Miracle. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Robbins visited Mr. and Mrs. James Green at Neal's Creek Sunday. Rev. Hasty delivered an excellent sermon here Sunday. A very large crowd went to hear him. Mr. Will Miracle has returned to his home at Green River after spending several months in New Mexico. Several from this neighborhood attended church at Fair View Saturday night and they happened to a very bad accident when the team tan . away. , Barney Davis visited her Mrs. mother the latter part of this week. Mr. George Bourne, of Hubble, was a pelasant visitor in our community Saturday. He will teach the Hubble school this year. We regret very much to give him up, but wish ; him success in his school. Miss Florence Burke was the welcome visitor of Miss Cordie Miracle CATARRH MOST PREVALENT HERE Indoor Worker More Susceptible to Cqmmon Diseases Than Others. Probably" the most distressing and prevalent disease to. which Americans are heirs is catarrhal affection of the mucous m'embranes. According 'to medical authorities the indoor worker is more, susceptible and is the worst sufferer from catarrhal conditions, of which there are many Kinds. Catarrh of the stomach and kidneys is one of the most common causes of dyspepsia and Bright's disease, and catarrhal conditions of the nose and throat often lead to deafness; Nine out of ten cases of deafness can be traced to catarrh, it is said.- - I i Lincoln County NationalBank, OF STANFORD, KY., Introduces to you WALK-- OVERS When you see the word, Walk-Oveyou at once think of your feet. No shoe merchant, familiar with shoe conditions of the world, will de ny that the Walk-Ove- r is the most extensive r, ly advertised and the most popular shoe in the world today. What makes it so? Its good looks; its long wearing qualities and many styles of lasts, place it at the head of the list of Men's Shoes. We want you a Walk-Ove- r customer. We are showing Walk-Ov- er The Lincoln Trust :i Co. ful- Of Stanford, Kyi iThe Capital of which is $25,000, and was ly paid out of the profits of The Lin-'- ? coin County National Bank. The Lincoln TVust Co. OF STANFORD, KY. Capital, $25,000. Under same management as The Lincoln National Bank, is now ready to serve you in pacity of EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, DIAN; TRUSTEE, Etc, at the office of The County National Bank. "Corner Next To Court House." County GUAR-- . Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Linda' Hoskins and little son were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hurst. Mrs. Anna Hooker and niece, Miss f Pearl, spent Easter Sunday with Mr. Frank Davis and family. Quite a number from here attended the singing at Neal's Creek Sun day afternoon. Mr. J. B. Robbins has sold his farm to Mr. B. H. Hoskins on Greasy the ca- Ridge for $660. and Sylvester Messrs. William Miracle were visiting relatives and friends at Maywood Saturday. Mr. .Noah Terry of the Green cine. Frequently the lungs become affected' by the extension of catarrhal inflamation by way of the bronchial tubes to 'the. Jung substance. The mental and physical state of the catarrh sufferers is, indeed, veryunfortunate, and it is surprising to know what an immense .number of people among those who reside in such cities as Stanford are "suffering from this almost universal malady when" ."they believe something else is the cause of their trouble. ' The 'symfttons of catarrh are : of r fensive breath, constant sniffling, discharge fi:pm the nose, headaches, full .head, pains in the stomach, un sound digestion, loss of appetite, broken sleep, and a great liability to catching colds and sore throats. Tanlac,, the famous reconstructive tonic, was designed to relieve just these conditions. Thousands of men and women, have unhesitatingly acknowledged the benefits they have derived through this Master Medi- - Shoes And Oxfords lUKfuaemFATari In Tans and Blacks, almost any style toe and heel you would possibly want. They wear a little longer and have a little more style than anybody's shoe at $3.50, $4, $4.50 and $5. Wear a Walk-Over. aanajiji a? Exxm McROBERTS & BAILEY, Mt. Zion - STANFORD Lincoln master early, in the week, but his paper came out several days later with nary a line about his appoint.Editor and Proprietor E. M. SAUfLeY.. ment, which was easily the biggest $1 a Year in Advance.'. Paper Stops "When news item that had occurred in the Time For "Which It is Paid, Expires. pretty little capital of Jessamine for some time. Entered at the Postoffice at Stanford, Ky., The Interior Journal as Second Clats Mail Matter. Announcements The 'Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates, pubject to- - the Democratic Primary, August 5, 1916: FOR CONGRESS CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY Next Sunday, May 7th, has been set apart by authoriies boh religi-iou- s as and. non-sectarian The "motive behind the movement is to be heartily commended in every way. The work which is being done by the n Christian. Sunday schools of the is .growing in scope and importance every, way. But the endeavor to make a big- showing in attendance on some particular Sunday should, not be permitted.to obscure the fact' that Sunday school is held in most churches each and every Sunday and some times, a long continued caippaign accomplishes more real good than spasmodic effort. Go to Sunday school, Sunday May 7th and every Sunday thereafter. na-to- Editor James B. Stears, of the Nicholasville News, is either the most modest man in the world or else, his city editor took a vacation this week. Editor Stears was appointed post- - Save 50 Per CentDurin Our Bis Sale. s BARGAIN STORE, SALEM & SALEM . an appetizer and general invigorant designed to ridfthe system of congestion, tone up the stomach, overcome indigestion, headaches, backaches, of food, dizziness, ailments of, the kidneys and liverj and the complaints HARMONY. that are so common to the half-sicdebilitated men'and women of today. We had a" fine rain on the third Tanlac may' be obtained now in vegeta- .and Mrs. Frank Davis. which was badly needed and r Stanford at' "Penny's drug store, tion is much revived. Mrs. C, H. Hurst was out' one day Smith, who has been down .recently visiting Mrs. E. L. Miracle. where it is being especially intro'Dave duced and its merits explained by the sick, is well again, we are glad to Mr. J. B. Robbins made a flying 36-- 1 Tanlac, Man'. say. trip to Stanford this week on busi- may be obtained at the folTanlac Miss Anna Peace, daughter of Rev. j ness lowing nearby cities: Moreland, AbMr. Charles Daugherty is report J. H. Peace, is visiting her sister in ed to be some better at this writing. raham Minks; Hustonville, Adams Bell county. Bros., McKinney, True & Co., Ellis-burMr. Oakley Peace, who got his anJoseph Mc Williams; Middle-burkle badly dislocated a few days ago IRON BRIDGE IN BAD SHAPE. W. C- - Bryant; Crab Orchard, The "Iron Bridge" on the Lancaswhen his wagon overturned with him Bros.; ter and Danville pike broke through Lyne Junction Brodhead, John &Robis about well again. EvCity, Reynolds whpn a larce bins; Mnndsu E. McRoberts; Stigall our hustling merchant jtruckbelonging tQ T.J Shelbyville ans; Lancaster, R. has built a. telephone line from the & ML Eden Truck Co., driven by Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son. pike at Dick's river, and has installed Capt. B. Burdette, and heavily loadFleming county will vote on a telephone jn. his store. ed with household goods belonging $150,000 road bond issue July 1. W.' M. C. Hutchins sold a cow to to J. B. Parks, was about s A. D. Davis for $50. of the way across. Only the wooden A UNIQUE-RECOR- D vis- sills and flooring gave way letting Bryant Ballard and wife were iting at Rev. W. M. C. Hutchins' this down the rear, wheels, until the boufy of the truck struck the flooring. More Very Few Like It In Our Broad Re- week. .public. '. Rev. W. W. Brock will preach at than 25. sills were broken along the Harmony Baptist church next Sun- entire length of the bridge and it was Grateful testimony for Doan's Kidalmost a miracle that the whole maday, the 7th. ney Pills, published everywhere is of There will be Memorial Services chine did not fall through to the itself convincing evidence of merit. at Ephesus Baptist church on Sun- river 30 feet below. The occupants, Confirmed testimony forms still day, May 28. Everybody invited to besides Mr. Burdette, were Mr. and stronger evidence. Years ago, a citicome and bring well filled baskets. Mrs. Jesse Parks and two children. zen of this locality gratefully acThe day will be spent in singing by All had a. considerable scare but are knowledged the benefit derived from a good choir and preaching and lec- congratulating themselves that the ;Doan's Kidney Pills. The statement turing. The graves will also be dec- accident was not more serious. The is now conf irmed-th- e proof more conorated. We are expecting a large bridge will be repaired .at once with vincing. Cases df ths kind are plentinew flooring and sills. Lancaster crowd. ful in the work" of Doan's Kidney Record. Pills- - the record is unique. John T. Barnett, carpenter, Rowland, Ky., says: "I have used many .kidney medicines in the past few years, but Doan's Kidney Pills were the only ones that gave me relief. My work calls for heavy lifting and much stooping. This weakened my kidneys and caused attacks of lumbago and a severe ache across the small of hiy back. I also had other ainrioyances, caused by weak kidneysT Doan's Kidney Pills brought prompt relief." tj? OVER THREE YEARS LATER, Mr. Barnett said: "I haveliad no return of kidney complaint since I used Doan's Kidney Pills and I look i .upon the benefit as permanent. Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply "ask for a kidney remedy- - get non-assimilati- on ner-vousrie- ss, River section, attended the singing at Neal's Creek Sunday. ' Mr. Charles Thompson has purchased a new buggy. Davis was out to see her mother, Mr. W. J. Kirk Saturday. ' Miss Florence Burke spent Tuesday of last week with Miss Margaret Blackerby. of Greasy Mr. A. B. Hoskins Ridge, was down early this week on business. Miss Lunette Hurst was a pleasant visitor with her sister Wednesday, Mrs. Barney Davis. Mr. and Mrs. John Hooker and little daughter, spent Sunday with Mr. Mrs.-Jame- s Tanlac restores lost appetite, re- Doan's Kidney Pills the same that lieves sniffling," discharge from the Mr. Barnett had. Foster-Milbur- n Co., nose, headaches, and stomach pains, Co., Props., Buffalo,- N. Y. ' 36-- 1 and will assist in the assimilation of food and bring back sound sleep, according to thousands who have realized the benefits from this wonderful (Ads here are 1 cent a word each ispreparation. sue, cash vith order; no ad. less Tanlac is a tonic of rare properties, than 25c each issue.) CENT -A- -WORD ADS POSTED Against fishing, hunting or trespassing. M. D. Elmore, Stan2S-3- p ford, FOR SALE. A new Ford Touring Car. John B. Foster, Stanford, Ky. ALFONSO,, the 36-- tf k, - young premium jack, will make the present season at my farm at $10.00 to insure a 34-- 4 living colt. F. Reid. g, g, 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. BLACK BULL. I will stand my thoroughbred Black Aberdeen Angus bull for this season at $2.50 at the gate, with return privilege. Jas. M. 35-4Gover, Stanford. p. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Adams last Sunday. Everyone was glad to see the nice Mr. Louis Wimmer and Mrs. Josrains that fell recently. eph Greasehop were the delightful Miss Birdie Graham has returned guests of Mrs. Ida Thompson one' from Mt. Vernon, where she has day last week. been going to school. Her many Mrs. Betsy Abbott continues low. friends are glad to have her back Mrs. Rebecca Cassell has a severe again. cold and cough. Mrs. Julia Smith and Mrs. Minnie Miss Daisy Simpson was the guest Blankenship of the Broughtontown of Mrs. Cassell last Sunday. section, visited Mrs. Belle Adams Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thompson were last Saturday night and Sunday. the guests of Mrs. James Adams last Miss Beatrice Denny was the guest Sunday and had an enjoyable visit-Mrs. of 'Misses Maridie and Mabel Smith R. A. Smith and Mrs. Ben last Sunday. Lamb were the guests of Mrs. Ida Russell P. Chester Thompson vis- Thompson Monday afternoon. ited Joe Smith last Sunday. Mr. Thompson is carrying the mail .. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Simpson was for Mr. Levi Elder this week. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Green Adams last Sunday afternoon. Cut This Out It I Worth Money DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this Elmer Denny is visiting relatives here. He has been at work in Gar- slip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co.. Chicago, 111., writing your name and rard county for quite a while. address clearly. You will receive in Miss Ada and Delpha Benge were return a trial package containing .the guests of Miss Emily Smith last Foley's Honey and Tar Comoound for bronchial coughs, colds and Sunday. croup. Foley Kidney Pills, and Foley Mr. and Mrs. George White were Cathartic Tablets. Sold everywhere. " two-third- Ford condition; roadster in first-clanewly painted and all parts new; cheap. - Bailey Garage Co., Stan 36-2- p ford. FOR SALE. Second-han- d ss 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. per bushel. Sample seed at Interior Journal office. ' 35-2- p. , HEMP SEED. If you need a few bushels of hemp seed see B. P. Jones, of McKinney, who can furnish you in 48 hours after nptified at $6.50 The house and lot street, near the Presbyterian. church, occupied by Lizzie Sautter, at the time of her death. J. J, baun.-der-s. FOR SALE. 27- -t in on-Ma- Penny's Drug Store STANFORD, KY. ' will be held on the third Friday- - and Saturday in May. Colored teachers WHITE teachers' examinations examination, the fourth Friday and Saturday in May. G. Singleton, Co. 35-- 2 Supt. THE County Board of Education of Lincoln county, will receive bids for a school house in Division 1, Sub. I 3. on May. 8, 1916. For plans and specifications see Supt. G. Singleton. 35-- 2 Wm. Landgraf, Secy. LOST. Seed Corn AT THE tion or white hound, with a few yellow spots on him, and yellow ears. Left my place about two weeks ago. T. J. 36-- 2 Stigall, Crab Orchard, Ky. give- informaIill appreciatereturn of reward for W. H. HIGGINS. Silage Com that grows three to seven Ears on the stalk. Tennessee Valley Red Cob with White Grains. Also Strawberry Red. $7;60 BIRMINGHAM AND TURN Via i?.. RE-- '' ;'-- SMALL COUNTRY HOME AT PRIVATE SALE. I wish td sell my place at Turnersville, Ky., .containing 5 acres of land with comfortable cottage; cistern at door, new stable and other outbuildings; also store house well located, small orchard, mile from church and school. Mrs. M. Bradshaw, phone 9912, Stanr 33-4- p ford, Ky.' . . on.e-fou- rth T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the-Court-Housc, ' Getva Pair of Those $3.50! Low Quarter Shoes; Black, j:'m : !...., Tan. or White; at $i:24. V Louitville&NftshviileR: R; ft - U. C.V. REUNION May-13-17. 1914 Ford . touring; Maxwell, readiter, electric starter and' lights, Stewart, speedom eter, demountable, rims, etc; 191'6' 1915 FOR SALE. price: Used cars ' at attrac-lir- e Hve Some , Tickets on sale .Jn'tfaittoiriltosee us MoriSay-rGoun- ty Couriffiayl. to extension upon payment of j0c cr additional). information apply to. local agents L. & n For-fm'tb- returning uitil May 25. (subject, N. R. R. Good Maswell Touring-r-Dindnstorat- or (Words' Champion .Endurance Car) in perfect running order. I guaran-- . tee you get more for' jonr money Fine Seed Corn, both White and : Yellow, and All Kinds of Garden Seeds, Rakes and Hoes. -- ;' from me. Ask to see taom H. C. Carnenter. at Lincoln County Na .34 tional Bank. - Phone No. 1$8. ' SjUnford,?KeBtacky; -- v r f. 4 3V -. s 'W..V.V u-- l The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May 5, 1916 - . - W The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky., Was Organized October 4th, 1882, With a Capital ' Miss Elizabeth Hume was taken violently ill with appendicitis Friday night. She was removed to the Gibson Infirmary where she was operated on Monday by Drs. Barrow and Barrow, of Lexington, and Drs. Holton and Gibson, of this city, and Dr. Rutledge. 0y Being. Constantly Supplied Witt She is critically ill but stood the heroically. Richmond Bedford's Black-Draugh-t. Mrs. Green Turley, Sr. FAMILY AVOIDS SERIOUS SICKNES! terprise that does not appear to benefit themselves. 8. Those who enjoy the benefits that come from the work of public-spiritebroad-minde- d men, but who give nothing but criticism in return. Do you belong? Why not reform? d, Practical Economy Baking powders made from alum or 'phosphate may be bought for a trifle less than Royal Baking Powder, which is made from cream of tartar, derived from grapes. Alum powders are not only cheap, but they differ greatly in leavening power.. If a cheap baking powder is used for a fine cake and the cake turns out a failure there is a waste of costly materials worth more than a whole can of the cheap baking powder. Royal Baking Powder produces the finest food, and its use therefore, results in op-qralji- on Crab Orchard Mrs. J. G. Carpenter and Mrs. Wm. Bright of Stanford, were over to see Mrs. M. E. Fish Sunday afternoon. Messrs. James Herrin and Vic Owens are located with good positions at New Castle, Ind. Mr. Spoonamore and wife, who was formerly Miss Nellie Gooch, have rented the farm of P. M. Gooch and gone to housekeeping. Mrs. Mollie Burgin and Mrs. Agnes Herrin were in Stanford Saturday $250,000.00. The sum of has sinC&f&en feturnecf to the Stockholders in STOCK DIVIDENDS. $200,000.00 The sum of has since been paid to the Stockholders in the Semi-annual $235,500.00 divi$ 28,500 00 $464,000.00 Bob Walter spent several hours in dends. Carried to the Surplus Fund Total, Personal and Social family Wednesday and Thursday. Harold Bingham of Pineville, spent Tuesday in Stanford, the guest of W. R. Willis and family. W. O. Dllly, trainmaster, and H. C. Harlan, special agent of the L. & N., were here Wednesday. E. T. Pence, Jr., and Alfred Pence were in Lebanon on business Thursday. - Miss Emily Murphy, of Shelby City, spent Thursday with her aunt, Mrs. George F. DeBorde. J. A. Robinson, of- - Boyle, took Thursday's train here for Jellico, in search of cattle. R. C. Collier, of Crab OfCnard, was in town Wednesday transacting some business affairs. Sam Fisher, of Danville, spent, the week-en- d with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Spears Fisher. Shirley Gover, who has been ill at his home for several days, is "able to be out again. , . Baughman Phillips, of the Preach-ersvill- e section, was in Lancaster the first of the week as the guest of his sister, Mrs. Oppie Brown. Mrs. J. H. Newland, of near Crab Orchard, was in town shopping Tuesday and spent the day with her sister, Mrs. J. O. Newland. Miss Sue Rout, Miss Verna Rout Mr. Frank Rout and Mr. Beverley Rout, Jr., were at Louisville Sunday to see Mrs. Beverley Rout, Jr., who is still in a hospital there. Rev. W. D. Welburn, who is in Louisville attehingjt tlfe meeting of the Board of Church Extension will return by way of Millersburg where he will attend the graduating piano recital of his daughter, Miss Edith Welburn. Rev. R. E. Jordan; of Pineville, was the guest of W. R. Willis and Lancaster today. Miss Elizabeth Adams, of Danville, is the guest" of her aunt, Mrs. T. W. r Pennington. ' Dr. Edward Alcorn, of Hustonville was the guest of Mrs. 'Sophia Alcorn and other relatives Thursday. Mrs. T. 'K. Watson and Miss Emma Hays visited in Lancaster Fri- Morrison Bright is able;.tdrb'e out again, the severe wound he. received from a mad hog, having sufficiently healed. Rev. Joseph Hopper, of the Louisville Seminary, spent several days with his mother, Mrs. Kittie Hopper, this week. Mrs. "W. R. Todd returned to Lan- caster Wednesday after spending a week with Miss Lyle Cooper and , other friends. Miss Nell Bourne of Lexington, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. K. Warner here, went to Lancaster to visit relatives Friday. Rev. and Mrs. L. C. Kelly, of Campbellsville, spent a few days this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'iT. D. Newland. ' C. D. Woods got in from Lexington this week, where he has been employed for somfe ime at the Eastern Kentucky asylum. Mrs. Kelly J. Francis, who has been in ill health for some time, went to Hazelwood Sanitarium, Louisville, for treatment this week. Joe H. Warner, who has been at Pittsburg for some time at work, is at home for a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Warner. Judge Jennings Greenleaf and Hon. Lewis Herrington of Richmond, were in Stanford, a short time Thursday afternoon, on business. Mrs. E. T. Baldwin is out again after being ill for , several days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruce, of Stanford, spent the Easter holidays with RSSSlf SgSJSLWTSlQC WHTC H. &W. sTipPg Pure Prepared Paint "The Brand that Satisfies" - Has been sold in your community for pa& ten years. JAsk your dealer for names of users. JThen inspect that property and inquire of the owner. JThat interest. J That's is the beft way to safeguard your H. & W beft advertisement. ON SALE BY THE LINCOLN PHARMACY, Stanford, Ky. Re- We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freez ers, Coolers, Etc. .;-- 3 y-- " ALSO LAWN MOWERS t s -- M ANDv GAR- - "V ' GEORGE H.FARRIS. .j. v.vw T' N)i .- -'. w fix. rjf McDuff, Va. "I suffered for severs years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, o The people of this community are ;his place, "with sick headache, ani stomach trouble. very busy planting corn. Ten years ago a friend told me to in school has been organA Sunday I did rhedford's ized at Logan's Creek church, and and 1 found it to be the best which. medifamily it is progressing nicely. cine for young and old. -- Mrs. Susie Adams and Mrs. I keep ht on hand all thi were the guests 'of Mrs Wat-ki- tune now, and when my children feel ; n little oaa, tney asic me tor a aosc, ana t Sunday afternoon. does them .more good than any medicini Mrs. Walter McGuffey was the ihey'eveTtnea. a?.-.- . shopping. guest of Mrs. M. C. Floyd this week. We never have a long spell of sick3frs. Messer, James and Henry Miss Elizabeth Lovell was visiting ness in our family,- - since we commence! 'Messer, visited Mrs. Wilcher in Misses Jennie and Sarah Sampson using Stanford this week. is purelj Thedford's Sunday. an actual saving.- Mr. Ernest Campbell is clerking vegetable, and has been found to regu There are several from this late weak stomachs, aid digestion, re- for Pettus and Campbell. part of the county attended the sing- lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea Mr. J. C. Reinhart, of Louisville, ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. ing at Neal's Creek Sunday after- headache, sick stomach, and simila; was in town this week. , symptoms. noon. New York Miss Myrtle Mm?ay has returned It has been in constant use for mon Mr. and Mrs. Sam Boone and litthan 70 years, and has benefited more from a pleasant visit to her mother tle son were the guestsjof Mr. and than a million people. and other relatives in Brodhead. Mrs. M. C. Floyd Easter Sunday. Your druggist sells and recommends Rev. Jasjfer Livingston preached ht Price only 25c. Get a The Fair View Sunday school is at the Christian church Sunday work wanted he will gladly take your doing they can be pleased them-- " N. c 12a progressing nicely, as "well as the Dackage to-- y. morning, it being the fifth Sunday orders. selves; also help out a sick woman singing. appreciative and a large crowd and very much. Mrs. Young does most Miss Ida Floyd is visiting her sis- He spent the winter very enjoyably audience greeted this beloved minisof her trimming sitting up in bed. Highland and returned very much improved in ter, Mrs. Samuel Boone. , ter. His t discourse upon how to Mr. J. G. Baugh, who has been Mr. Walter Browning has been on health. He will visit Hustonville The farmers are all rushing with young, was fine. Mrs. Al-lliving in Louisville for a few months the sick list for some time," but is friends for a week or more before train the Pettus and Miss Tanna Thomp- their plowing; the housewives are, visited her brother, Mr. Hen Baugh going to Bradfordsville for the sum-me- n inside out and better at this writing, tp?t son favored the audience with a spe turning their homes " Messrs. Bailey and Pitts "Sampson the milliner and seamstress "are work- last week, on his way to Berea to see cial song. -, about locating there. have returned to their school, after J.. W. Peek and H. F., Martin, of The Christian Endeavor Sunday ing night and day, and all because it a few days' visit with their home the Turnersville section, have just Mr. H. O. Young and wife are seems like Spring has come to stay. evening was conducted by the folks. rejoicing greatly over the arrival of returned from Paducah where D. B. Rev. Wright gave the church here Miss Maymie Holdman, Miss .Eva Privett was the guest of Peek, a brother of the former and large the fifth Sunday this time, and there a son at their home. The first five and was greatly enjoyed by a brother-in-laMiss Ida Floyd Tuesday. of the latter under- crowd. Our Endeavor is in splendid was a good crowd out to hear him children were all girls. The youngwent an operation for appendicitis. working order and its influence is all three services. ster has been named Harvey Walker. very serious 'condition being understood.He was in a Women Sufferers Another boy has arrived at the several On Sunday afternoon for quite a while but 'the Lincoln home of J. B. Floyd, but as theirs Hotel St. Ivon entertained about from this place went to South Fork Need Swamp-Roo- t county gentlemen left him greatly im- thirty-fiv- e R. R. Inspectors this week to witness the baptism of Freddie are all boys, they haven't found-- a proved and on the roa'd to what with a chicken dinner, but plenty .of Young, Mrs. Esther Baugh and Miss name for him yet. Thousands upon thousands of seems a certain recovery, Miss Fannie Young, who attended old ham, and other good things. "Ho- Eveline Baugh. These persons had women have kidney and, bladder Col. Sam P. Harris, of Stanford, tel Sanders" is getting its share of recently united with the Methodist the teacher's meeting at Louisville,-hatrouble and never suspect it." returned home and reports a Women's complants often prove was here yesterday to .attend the patronage and is nicely fitted up with church here. profitable and pleasant meeting. to be nothing else but' kidney trou- meeting of ihe Board of. the School everything new and clean for its paMessrs. Everett and Frank Baugh ble, or the result of kidney or 'blad- for the Deaf. Mrs. John Lynn left trons. Miss Evaline Baugh left Monday and their twin sisters, Misses. Flos der disease. . yesterday for Florida, having been for Tnmprsvi11p ' whpr shf Twill ho -Chicago sie and lsa Haugn, ot uurnsiue, vis- r- Mrs. Gill Boyle returned-tIf the kidneys are not in a healthy called there by the illness of her faworK Ior some "me- condition, they may cause the other A after spending several days with her iW nf Mrs. Ruhnme Youne- at Mr. and Mrs. John H. Young, organs to become diseased. ther, Mr. Sam. Moore, wljq is in Tam- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guest. n. p0(!f. You may suffer a great deal with pa. Mrs. John McRobeirts Mount Misses Lucile Young and Pearl Cook News has reached here of the arMrs. John Young, who spent the pain in the back, headache, loss of and little son, Jack Mount, of LanMss Lila Lewis on Greasy rival of another baby in the home ambition, nervousness and may be Mr. and Mrs. C. M. visited guests of Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Singleton, past week with caster, were the Ridge Sunday. dependent and irritable. Young, left with her husband MonDon't delay starting treatment. Mount's sister, Mi-s- . W.pLogan Wood of Kingston, S. C. Mrs. Lizzie Cook has received news, day for London and Williamsburg, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, a physi- Saturday. Danville Advocate. Mrs. Maggie Jones lost a fine coll- where he will work for his company from her son, J. W. Cook, of De. c . cian's prescription, obtained at any troit that his wife is not expected to Ludlow, ie" and Mr. Bob White lost a" splen- this week. T. L. Terry and wife,-oo'-f drug store, restores health to the live many days, and as she has rekidneys and is just the remedy need- Mack Layton, wife and,. son, of did Shepherd dog by poisoning this Mrs. Muriel Hatfield has had a seed to overcome such conditions. quested to be buried at Mt. Moriah, Denham and wife, of the week. John vere attack of acute indigestion for Get a fifty cent or one dollar bot- Green river section, Mrs. W. H. Terthat they may be expected here any Mrs. Sallie Pennington of Cedar the past week but is some better. tle immediately from and drug store. However, if you wish to test this ry and Mrs. Sara Hubble, of the coun- Creek, attended preaching here Sun Mr. J. W. Carrier is also suffering time. Mrs. Mag McKenzie, who has been great preparation send ten cents to ty, were present at a family reunion day," walking all the way from her from indigestion and nervous trouDr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. at C. C. Terry's the other day. All home to town. She looks fine. She sick is able to be out again. ble. Y., for a sample bottle. When writ- of Mr. and Mrs. Terry's ten children is preparing Rev. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Ro-cto visit her daughter, JMiss Minnie Young, who has seeming be sure and mention the Stanford were present and their four grand- Mrs. E. O. Singleton, in Denver, Col. ingly been at the point of death for Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Can Baugh. Interior Journal. children were also there.. . A big din- She will- - stop at Wichita, Kan., to several days is slightly improved at and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hatfield and 5, 6. 334, ner was spread and the day was most visit her sister, Bell Livingston be- this writing. Mr. G. W. Baugh is son, took dinner at Mr. E. G. Baugh's Heard About Town enjoyably spent. fore going on to California. able to be out again. Mrs. C. M. Sunday. Mr. Leslie Hatfield, the new assistMrs. Daisy Hunt has moved her Young has been much worse this Winfred Mi Duncan has been apant superintendent of the Methodist W. H. Higgins is improving his pointed agent for - the Metropolitan stock of goods across the street to week. Dr. Laswell waits- on each of Sunday school, took charge Sunday home on Main street by erecting a Insurance Company for Lincoln and the Henry Brooks store, where her these patients and is kept very-busmorning in the absence of the superconcrete porch in front which makes Garrard counties. He succeeds to ffriends are requested to call and in this community. ' and he is to be complimentit one of the handsomest residences the vacancy in the local agency inspect her. new line of goods. ' Mr. Ira Hollar and family are mov- intendent Mrs. Forest Foley will leave this ing to Alabama this week. Their ma- ed on his success for so young a in town. caused by the resignatioji of T. K. He especially urges the" weeks5;agdLLsiri,'Dun-- , week for Newcastle, Ind., where her ny friends and especially the mem- leader. Judge .James P. Bailey, Kendfick Watsont a few members to come out each Sunday husband has a nice position, n and Alcorn, Bailey Hill and J. W. Rout, can is one of the bers of the M. E. Church regret to Mrs. J.B. Willis has been in Nich- - give up such excellent church work- and help make it the best Sunday Jr., were most delightfully enter- most efficient young business men in school this summer we have ever tained at the home of the latter's Stanford, and the Metropolitan is to olasville and Richmond visiting this ers and neighbors. '. had. ..- -. week. brother, Beverley. Rout, ,at his .coun- be heartily congratulated upon se- last Mr. James Waddle, of Virginia, has During the absence of Mrs. Bettie come to mdke his home with his siscuring his services. He will make try home. William Phillips, aged 74, and fo-rBuchanan, who will visit her son, T. ter, Mrs. Mary Young. G. R. Lawler, inspector of the Ad- them a splendid agent in 'every way. merly a citizen of Rockcastle coun Hill Buchanan in Louisville, the I. J. Mr. Tom Ends, of Maywood, is ams Express Co., with headquarters ty, is dead in Louisville. be represented "by of at Paris, was here with local agent Woman's Club News will Banking Company, Mr. Skiles,who painting Mr. Rogers' new home. Gov. Whitman, of New York, has the and all W. , G. Acton went to Cincinnati J. S. 'Rice Wednesday and Thursday. Paint-Up- " Clean-UThe State-wid- e signed a bill which fixes a minimum wish to subscribe, please call upon Sunday in search of employment. He found things in fine shape here Campaign is being observed this him, and any advertising or other Mr, Neal Young, of McKSnney, age limit of 16 years for movie perand was very complimentary of Mr. week. To make our town more san visited his brother, Mr. John and formers. Rice's management of the company's itary and attractive the following Green Young and; sister, Mrs. Ru- affairs. hints will remind each citizen of the hame Young last week for the first "Hamilton Did It" has just com- necessary steps to .obtain desired reAll Gone! time in ten years 'or' more. pleted a very handsome front sign sults: Rev. Stamfill,' of Shaker Rag, is for the hustling and popular gents' OF 1. Swat the fly, and destroy his ALL expected to preach Sunday. He has furnishing firm of Phillips & Phil- breeding place. lately moved here from Pulaski and lips, on the corner of Main and Lan2. Cover all rain barrels and stag- Woman Made Well by Lydia the people will be glad to hear him Every Corn Vanishes by trains Wo caster streets. It is of raised gold preach, often. derful, Simple "Gets-It- " . Pinkham's Vegetable Kerer letters on a black background and nant ponds with kerosene to destroy mosquito. Everyone who is not going to Pails. Applied is 2 Seconds. is easily the most attractive in town. Compound. Sunday school elsewhere, is invited 3. Burn all rubbish.' Isn't It wonderful what a difference Mr. George Miller Givens has reiCoIumbus,Ohiq. "I had almost given to attend Sunday school at the Jnst a little 'Gets-It- " makes, on 4. Keep your garbage can cov- up. corns and calluses? It's always night turned from a protracted visit to his I had been sick for six years with Methodist church here Sunday, as it somewhere in the world, with many son, Rufus Givens, near Mobile, Ala. ered. female troubles and is A for nervousness, nh&d 5. Refrain from throwing ruba 'pain in my right Kentucky. We had 104 present last bish in the streets; and please do not side and could not year but want to have more this expectorate on them. eat anything with- time. 6. Plan for a garden with flowMr. A. M. Johnson, and wife were out hurting my ers; look forward to Chautauqua stomach. I could called to North Carolina last week Week! not drink cold water on account of the illness of some relWhen it is known that In the near at all nor eat any atives. 8. Keen your chickens on your future the home is to be blessed with a own kind of raw fruit, Mr. Henry Hall sold five acres of premises and give your neighnew arrival the first nor fresh meat nor land to Mr. Lonnie Padgett for $150. bor a chance to beautify his home thought sh o a 1 d be chicken. From 178 ,&W&i, '' Kelly McGuffey bought a nice cow "Mother's Friend." and surroundings. ' pounds I went to This Is an external and calf from W. O. Walker for $50. 8. Paint up inside and' out and 118 and would get so weak at times that remedy gently applied over the stomach mus- help make your town healthy, weal- 1 fell oyer. Jim Young traded a young mule to I began, to take Lydia E. cles. It makes them Mr. Walker for a cow and $20 in Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and firm and pliant; they thy and happy. sxpand naturally withten days later X could eat and it did not cash. Those Who Harm, a Town. out undue strain, it Roscoe Rogers bought a nice bughurt my stomach. I have taken the removes from the 1. Those who opp&se improvements. medicine, ever since and I feel like a gy at Stanford Saturday. He also "RsssflsssssssssUsss nerves those new woman. I now weigh 127 pounds brought back a nice rug. which are "responsible for much of 2. Those 'who "knock" strangers so "you can see what it has done for me Mrs. Rella Chestnut, spent a few folks humped up, with Aimi, IAJ uuc !" knowa-you- r u y' gougiag, picking. drilling- out KrjT,muA Pcrancy. it is for this reason and who "knock" the. towrj to- - stran- already. My husband says he days wita. her, daughter, Mrs. Susie faces, coi urn, that of .the distress .such their medicine has saved my life." gers. sickness is amM All i.J1oi McGuffey on Shake Rag this week. - xoes wiin:piasters.'bandage& tape7their and 3. Those hb: show-- hospitality to Mrs. J. S: Barlow, 1634 South 4th St.,"J ana ox utxenneim, their corns goes ontne "noiier" m iuisM.'.raena.-xenK; V' Columbus, Ohio. forever! Don't ' no one. . Lydia E. "Pinkham's Vegetable Com- visited her friend,' Miss Josephine' ye do It. TJse- "Gets-It,- " ous: sjmple, never falls. it's marvelApply The directions are simple. Get it at any . 'A. .Those who hate to see others in pound contains just the virtues of roots Skidmore-la- st week. She afco made 2' second Nothing to stick to itthe ,: succeed.--' " stocking, hurt or irritate the toe. and dierbs needed to restore health and a second" visit to this town and pur- Pain stops. ,Corn comes ."clean ." 5. Those "who distrust' public- - strength to the weakened organs of the fords quick uid splendid relief In a most It's chased her summer hat from, our mil- QUicJc Try one ot the gems of the body. That is why Mrs. Barktw, a liner, Mrs. C. M. Young.. She reports world. callnsea. warts,kick from Joy... Jter corns, betterment tn th., J. vrt spirited, men.' , Jbanjois. o chronic inyalid,recorwihwnpletely. baby. get-'everywhere, 21c a bottle of "MotlWir 6." These who oppose every move'-me- n l?,etBlv' Mrs. Young's hats unusually attrac- tottle, or sent direct Iena-- ' today and then write Bradfleld Rec- bx E. Lawrcace. It pays for women ssffering-- rom any "which des not originate. .with Xrr lllntir Cn At 9 Tama.. ijij female ailments to insist upon having tive and very reasonable, and advises k I.U., uiicagoiii. Sor a pretty little book brimful of informa- themselves. bold in Stanford and Trfl other ladies to go see her line of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable tion for expectant mothers. It is a delight 7. Those who oppose every eh- Mmji millinery before purchasing Fy so !hy the Lincoln to reaa ic. Planaac Black-Draug- ht, Al-dridg- e, Saufley ! Black-Draug- ns Black-Draugh- t." Black-Draug- ht - Black-Draug- df ie vice-preside- nt, w - ! s o .- -- - . -- Ghi-cag- o, oc semi-week- ly - best-Jcnow- " p, AFTER SIX YEARS SUFFERING "Corns lei's Kick!" A Little Blossom To Delight the Home mm cork-screwed ', s - -- Influ-enc- '" "Jy&3Wtt n-r- ...j I J'VL making-packages.ot It-y- ou'll ' . -- f e, -- ., Dont-fWrt- a .ti..: -- -- .i. f Isra Page Six Waynesburg Mrs. E. W. Coakley spent last week with her husband here. Rev. J. L. Dotson, of Harrodsburg In this climate catarrh is a was here Monday on his way to prevalent disease. Catarrh af- i Pleasant View, where he began a se fects the stomach as often as ries of meetings Monday night. any other organ. Perhaps every Misses Irene and Jenny Singleton third person is more or less and Miss Bessie Johnson, spent Suntroubled with stomach catarrh. Peruna is extensively used in day with Misses Myrma and Zola Acthese cases. ton. Mr. A. B. Morgan is on the sick THE RELIABLE FAMILY list. REMEDY Mr. M. F. Tolliver has opened up his store in the K. 0. T. M. Hall. Mrs. T. C. Morgan is spending a LINCOLN'S CHOICE few days with her son, A. B. Morgan and family. Mr. J. H. Johnson and little son, great young stallion, Lincoln's The Choice, by Kentucky's . Choice, will Paul, spent Sunday at J. H. Acton's. make the season of 1916 at my farm Mrs. Mattie Gooch and Miss Sadie of a mile from Singleton visited in Danville Friday about Eubank at the Stanford and Somerand Saturday. set cross roads at Mr. J. M. Reynolds attended the $25 to Insure a Living Colt Lincoln's Choice is one of the rich- Fifth Sunday meeting at McKinney. Mrs. Charles Patrick and little est bred young stallions in Kentucky, and will produce the highest class daughter, Geneva, of Bay City, Mich,, saddle and harness colts that money are the guests of her mother, Mrs. can buy. His sire, the famous Kentucky's Choice, has been for years W. J. Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gadberry and the champion saddle stallion of Kentucky, and that Lincoln's Choice has little sons, visited their mother, Mrs. inherited his father's rare qualities is Tartar at Yosemite last week. shown by this horse winning in his Mr. John Routen is building an weanling and yearling form at Stanaddition to his dwelling. ford, Danville, Lexington, and the Lincoln's State Fair at Louisville. Miss Nora Sanell visited her couChoice stands 15.3 hands high, is of sin, Miss Versie McMullin last week. fine bone and station and must be Miss Bannie Tartar, of Yosemite, seen to be appreciated. He is a magy nificent individual and is just the sort is visiting her brother, E. L. and family. of a stallion to which to breed your farm and driving mares for he will Messrs. M. F. Padgett, A. B. Morput the stamina and style into H7s gan, T. S. Reynolds, Urban Singlecolts. ton, R. Curtis and F. O. Gooch were A BIG FINE JACK. At the same place I will stand my in Stanford Saturday. fine, big mule jack, which is a Mr. T. J. Burleson is in Cincinna15.1 hands high and will get ti this week. you the big strong mules that bring Messrs. Loyd and Acton Routin the big money. This jack is by Baughman's Jack at Stanford, which went to Cincinnati Sunday. is one of the finest in Kentucky, and Messrs. Roland Singleton and Hol-li- s this is the sort of breeding that all Reynolds went to Pilate Sunday the mule men are looking for. Will afternoon. stand this jack at $8 to insure a livMiss Anna Padgett is helping Mrs. ing colt. I will also stand a black Polled An- A. B. Morgan in the store, while Mr. gus Bull at the same time and place Morgan is sick. at $1.50 at the gate. He is 18 Mr. O'Bannon Routin is still ill months old and weighs 1,015 pounds. with rheumatism. Money is due on both horse and Mrs. Mourning Warriner is very jack seasons when colt is foaled or ill at the home of her son, J. G. 'Warwhen mare is bred elsewhere. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not riner. Miss Belvia Gooch, of Eubank, visresponsible should any occur. EDWARD NOLAN, Eubank, Ky. ited Miss Mae Williams Saturday and Sunday. Miss Kate Warriner came over from Hustonville to see her grandmother, Mrs. Warriner, who is ill. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, May 5, 1916 CARTHAGE WOMAN TELLS HAPPY STORY Mrs. Laura Duke of Carthage, Tenn., was a victim of stomach disorders for several years. She lost appetite and her weight fell off. She could not rest Stomach Catarrh Is Very Prevalent Spring And Summer Clothing We are showing this season some of the very latest styles in Men's and Young Men's Clothes. at night. PERUNA three-quarte- rs restored. In fact, Mrs. Duke's recovery was so rapid she was afraid that it could be only temporary. So she waited from September, when she took the remedy, until the following February to pass judgment. Then she wrote: "I write you in regard to your wonderful stomach remedy that I took last September. I feel better than I have in five years. "My weight was 127 pounds; now it is 147, and I can eat anything I want. I sleep well at night. I would have .written before, but I wanted to see how I got along." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and intestinal ailments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas in the stomach and around the heart. Get one bottle, of! your druggist now and try it on an absolute guarantee if not satis factory money will be returned. For sale by Penny's Drug Store and all other reliable druggists. Lige Hurst, Sunday. There will be preaching- - at J. B. Robbins Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, the Lord willing; and also in the afternoon at the old church at two o'clock. Everybody cordially in- She took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy just? a few doses and found herself Hats in All the Late Styles Leghorns, Panamas, Straws and Felts. THE CR0SSETT SHOE FOR MEN "Selby," Sallie Walker, Walton and Sullivan's for Ladies. Dutchess Trousers, The Best on Earth. Gad-berr- vited. Rev. Bosshart preached his farewell sermon on last Sunday and left immediately for New York. A Good Family Coughs Syrup. Can be made by mixing Pine-Ta- r, Aconite, Sugar, Hyoscyamus, Sassa- Try a Pair and you will be Convinced. three-year-ol- d, fras, Peppermint, Ipecac, Rhubarb, Mandrake, Capsicum Muriate Ammonia, Honey and Glycerine'. It is pleasant, healing and soothing, raises the phlegm, and gives almost instant relief. For convenience of those who prefer not to fuss, it is supplied ready made in 25c bottles under name of Dr. Bell's Can be had at your druggist. Insist on getting Dr. Bell's and see that the formula is on the package. Pine-Tar-HonPine-Tar-Honey Children's Wash Suits, Middy Blouses. A New and Complete Line of Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goods. We Give Nothing Away But show you goods that sell on their own merits. No Advance in Prices. cmnrappffyqoTHKS OUAHANTCCD FARM LOANS CONTINENTAL Fire Insurance Garrard, Lincoln arfd Boyle D. A. THOMAS, Phone 80 1 5 H Per PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Cent Rev. E. W. Coakley will fill his regular appointment here and at Pilate Saturday and Sunday. Sunday School is progressing nicely. The attendance was one hundred and eleven last Sunday. AVOID SPRING COLDS JAMES C. FLORENCE The Germania Life Insurance Co., Office: No. 26, Lincoln Bank Bldg. 33-8- p Stanford, Ky. Agent for ROBINSON'S, STANFORD Kentucky Gentleman 5167 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 opportunity? 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- vine 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 Not responsible for acci$15.00. dents should any occur. of New York Stanford, - Kentucky 1MB E9D K??5 m H M K3 Pi e??Y m Sudden changes, high winds, shifting seasons cause colds and grippe, CHAS. HART and these spring colds are annoying DENTIST- and dangerous and are likely to turn A modern equipped office. Somno-forinto a chronic summer cough. In anesthesia and orthodontia a such cases take a treatment of Dr. specialty. Phone 33, Hustonville, Ky. King's New Discovery, a pleasant Laxative Tar Syrup. It soothes the cough, checks the cold and helps T. W. PENNINGTON, break up an attack of grippe. Its DENTIST already prepared, no mixing or fussing. Just ask you druggist for a Myers House Flats Stanford, Ky. bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery. Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 Tested and tried for over 40 years. Commissioner's Sale R. C. Durham, Admr. Plaintiff vs. R. C. Durham, Hrs. Defendant. m of the Circuit Court rendered at its February term 1916 in above styled case, the undersigned Commissioner will on Lincoln Monday, Pursuant to a judgment WOOL WANTED. I " WITHOUT A I Bee Lick J- 9, B. PERKINS DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building Rooms 28-2Mrs. Linda Hoskins is quite ill at Phone 214 STANFORD, KY. this writing, we are Sorry to state. Miss Mayme Ross visited Miss Eva L. Daugherty one day last week. DENTIST Mrs. Catharine Ador is quite sick. Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays A large crowd gathered at the at Crab Orchard home of Mrs. Alfred Thompson Sun- Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at Stanford day morning, and after a fine dinOffice in Lincoln Bank Buiding ner, a church service was held. W. W. BURGIN Mr. William Hasty has been quite sick for several days. Mr. Hilliard Hurst visited his brother, Mr. Lige Hurst Sunday. Mr. Abe Hoskins visited his uncle, PROCLAMATION. Cemetery Hill, HARRY JACOBS Dealer In Fine Monumental Work Stanford, Ky. Closed on Saturday KY. Phone 164 STANFORD, You Pay For Pursuant to an order of the City Council of the City of Stanford, Ky., notice is hereby given, that the 4th, 5th and 6th of May, 1916, are hereby designated jxnd set apart for cleanup days for the City of Stanford, and that all citizens of the City are are requested to have all trash, refuse, and rubbish, and worthless matter, collected on their premises at point near the street convenient for same to be loaded on city wagons. City wagons will take up and haul away all of the above worthless matter on the second and third clean-u- p days, and the citizen is requested to collect his trash and rubbish the first clean-u- p day so as to have same ready for wagons. Notice is further given by order of the Council of the City of Stanford, that the City now has an ordinance, that makes it a fine from $10.00 to $100.00 for any person to have a hog pen or pig pen on his or her premises in the city, that is offensive tothe smell, and that said ordinance will be strictly enforced on and after May 1st, 1916. In witness whereof, we have sub scribed our names as Mayor and i Clerk of the City of Stanford, Ky., that April 20th, 191tr. A. B. FLORENCE, Mayor J. D. WEAREN, Clerk 33-3t SEE THIS ENGINE! Call and investigate the merits and One Every Year Why not have one this year? 'Weigh your saving in corn, your reduced need for hay, bran and other expensive fodder, the improved condition of your 'cattle from silage feeding, against the costfof a silo and .mere is only oneway to figure it You reKot Saying Bat losing Money; price of the GRAY ENGINE K. WARNER'S Plumbing, Tinning and Heating. E. Main St. Stanford Phone 188 W. at Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Buggies; Open Day and Night. Autos by t?ip or the mile. Give us a Trial, We Will Please You. H. H. Carter, Manager. Phone 5. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. Livery and Auto Service 'by trying to do without a silo. And every year you hesitate mearisj ia nrobably increased cost due to ad- -. vancing costs of lumber, metals ands labor. No better time than "right now", no better place than right here at home to get that silo you needj Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford Daily Except Sunday May 8, 1916 County Court day, in front of the courthouse, door in Stanford, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M., offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the following realty in Lincoln county, Kentucky. Tract 1. A tract of Knob Lick Lincoln land near Milledgeville, county, Kentucky and described as follows: Beginning at a white oak corner to R. C. Durham, Rucker and Russell W. with R. C. Durham's line to John McCormack's corner, thence S. with a Bruce line to a point, on top of hill, thence east with Ml S. Russell to white oak bush, Bell's line, thence N. with Bell's line to the beginning and containing 20 acres more or less. Tract 2. A tract of land near county, Milledgeville in Lincoln Kentucky. Beginning at a heech and two hickory stumps near Rout's cor55140 ner on the county road, thence W. There is no doubt about Voltaire with the county road to Wm. breeding as well as the being the best corner, and McCormack's best bred big horse in the county and thence S. with Alford's and McEach time he Cormack's line, and George Mcpossibly in the State. has been shown he has easily won Cormack's line to a stone, in Bruce first premium and his colts have won and George McCormack, Sr., line, first every year they have been shown. and thence E. with Bruce and McThere has been more demand for big Cormack's line to a white oak to Lu-l- a horses within the last year than was McCormack and George Durham, ever known before. Quite a good thence N. with George Durham's many farmers have almost stopped line to a stone, thence E. with raising horses and that is sure to George Durham's line to county make a demand for them. Nearly road, thence N. with county road to every farm paper you see advises the the beginning, containing about 60 farmer to raise bigger and better acres. There is excluded from boundhorses. I think right now is the ary, however, one and one-ha- lf acres farmer's opportunity. Bring your sold to George Pruitt; two acres good mares to Voltaire and you are sold to John Allen; two acres sold to sure to get a good colt He will G. A. Dinwiddie; also the remainder make the season at my farm, one interest in the following described mile from Stanford on the Danville tract of land in Lincoln county, pike at $15.00 to insure a living Kentucky, and near Milliedgeville, colt. Money due when colt is foaled. bounded as follows: Beginning at Mollic Brown and the J. NEVIN CARTER, Stanford, Ky. Mary corner of Johnson land; thence S. to the county road, thence W. with county road and Joe Mitchell's line, thence N. with county road to Hughes, tan nn renci Stanford, For Prices. ASTAROFHOFcl Mil! ? A W 25 C0M-CEL-SA- R VOLTAIRE W - The Great Stomach, Liver Kidney and Blood Remedy On Sale at All Drug Stores I $1.00 FOR Al-for- d's FOR a a SUFFERERS RuOMriSK THREE BOXES Makes Three Quarts of Medicine LASTS THREE MONTHS , Insurance Tobacco and Hemp, All Growing Crops. TALK WITH S Carroll Preston 4383 Let Us Prove It With Figures KENTUCKY SILO CO. Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) I will stand this great sire and at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m.. show horse for the season of 1916, Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at at stable, back of A. T. Nunnelley, 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at at the low figure of $15.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Low Charges O. L. MINKS, Proprietor Money due when marc is parted with or removed from county. W. P. Kincaid, Manager I "THE OLD RELIABLE" 1 Stanford, - Kentucky Hi I II F ffiMEFORMENJ Carroll Preston has been before the. public long enough to need no extended description. He has proven an exceptional breeder of high class horses both for saddle and harness purposes. He is in fine shape this season, and you will make no mistaken in breeding to this great animal, w. kj .WALKER, Stanford, Kentucky thence E. with Hughes' and Johnson's line to beginning, containing 15 acres more or less. There is excepted from this boundary one-thion lying the .interest south ''and east end and next to county road and containing that portion of said tract on which the house was situated, iand garden spot is situated, and part of same contains the dower of Fanny DurhaT" Said sale made on a credit of six months, purchaser to execute bond payable in six months with interest at six per cent, from dato of sale until paid, with approved surety, lien retained on land sold having j!oi.co r.d elf set of ' judgment. 'E.D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. rd JESSE D. WEAREN, THE INSURANCE MAN, I Stanford, Kentucky. BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. A $m(X 2&t4sli. - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May REAL STORY OF, THE JAMES GANG To Be Told by Jim Cummins, Surviving Member, In Book to Be Published After His Death. 5, 1916 Page Seven Drive It Into the Barn wonderful.thing is that it does this from a box only 45 inches wide. The spreader itself is manure eight feet wide or better. But the A S we told you, a Low Cloverleaf gives the manure a double beating. It also spreads 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 3'ou ever did. How does that sound to you? If you have even begun to think about buying a spreader, see this Low Cloverleaf. You will say 3rou 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) Low Cloverleaf spreaders are sold by W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. SEE: E. T. PENCE For McCormack Binders, Mowers, Rakes and Repairs. See the latest style Mowing Machines Before you buy. i 9 I Economy in low first cost and small cost to I 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. Runabout, $390; Touring Car, $440, f. o. b Detroit. On I saleand display by H. C. ANDERSON, Stanford 1 j FORD AG ENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Storage Repairing Tires Accessories Phone ftjwu 203 B 8 ( fcjrsrsi naujuaa k.- ns m a iyyfurvi" rtnr.'wtce Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES eft jrH ORIGINATOR have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. 0 Composed of Hoots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. Far 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 DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy OF HERBS A PURSLEY'S INDIAN The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga.. J. L. Beaziey & Co., J. C. M'Clary AAssW Undertaker Embalmer Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. a buggy, and he and his wife and Bill I will also stand this beautiful Shetland Stallion for the season of 1916 Ryan drove out to Frank's house and at my stable in Lancaster, Ky., at $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT spent the day there. Jesse tried in I am prepared, to take care of mares on grass at 10 cents a day. Lien every way that day to pick a quarrell on colts for, service fee. Money due mare is traded or with his Undertaker Embalmer kill him, brother, Frank, so he could retainedwith. Care taken to prevent accidents but when responsible should parted not but Frank knew what he anv occur. Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 was STANFORD, KY. peace jlsse had murder his heSt W. B. BURTON, Phone 95, Lancaster, Kentucky No. 101. 310 acres n sood pike 5 m'ttri from Lawrenceburg. Ky.; has house; paper had the following about the tobacco barn an silo; splendidly adapted to grazing. Price $35 per acre and terms aged bandit: are right. No. 78. Fine Business Opportunity. No. 114 Ane first class. HersheM-bpillma- n Cummins is almost the last of the The famous McKinney, Ky., Canning plant original Jesse James gang. Cummins for tale. Main factory contains over 9,000 gan and engine, in one of complete with orthe best territories square feet floor space; large engine room and is C9 years old and lives in the Conin wie state. HarDourviHe. .". us'"e dwelling also on place; Ky. federate home in Higginsville, Mo. It 111 Mll lor ucft. - . vw about $3,000 worth of machinery and over Cummins was born in the same $500 worth of cans on hand and about $150 fine chance to make money at the fairs this worth of boxes. Capacity from 500 to 800 years. Write us about neighborhood with Jesse and Frank bushels per day. Tomatoes in this localitv you a good exchange on this. Will sell or give it. James in Clay county, Missouri, and can be contracted for at 18 to 20 cents per No. 99. 300 acres of land. 3 miles o bushel. The best tomato in the state is put they were playmates. He and Jesse Hustonville, Ky., on good pike; 5 houses: 2 of on the market from this factory. This propenlisted together in the war under stories, of 6 rooms each and 3 of erty must be sold right away to wind up the them 11-them the black flag of Bill Anderson, the estate of the former owner. Price for all in- new of 4 rooms each: 2 large barns; fencing and all buildings in good shape: well wacluding brand and good will is so low that it land pirate ofthe border, who used wouldn't begin to put buildings and machinery tered: 30 acre for tobacco; 135 acres in to hang festoons of human ears on and balance in timber. Trice very cheap: on the place, to say nothing of vacant lot and down and balance in 1 and 2 years. dwelling. The former owner before his death his bridle rein. Every time Bill AnThs is a rare bargain and it will pay those wha easily cleared from $2,500 to 53,000 per anderson killed a man he cut off his have money to invest to look it over. A fine num. A golden opportunity for some one. ears and hung them to his horse's Ask any wholesaler in Louisville or Lexing- chance to more than double vour raone in 2 ton about this brand. Act quickly if you or 3 years. bridle. He killed more than a dozen No. 100 170-acr- e want it. It will not be on the market long farm right in edge of in one day in Lawrence and more at this price. For full particulars, write or good town: splendid brick residence than a dozen in Centralia. 3 halls and front porch 10x4 : new barn 34s see Hughes & McCarty, Stanford. Cummins and Jesse James were No. 102. 254-acrfarm in Mercer county. 50: old barn 20x30; new auto and busrgr all other necessary outbuildings and Ky., on good pike; residence; house andfencing rough riders together through the all new; all new and good; 2 tenant houses: 2 stock barns and 1 border wars and were bandits towater in every field on the farm. This 100-totobacco barn: silo. Place well watered plaee has 40 acres bottom land and 110 acres years thereafter. gether for fifteen and all fencing and buidings in good shape: level 100 acres Bue Grass sod land: 80 acres in hvery land well drained and balance upland, Cummins was the bearcat of the clover: plenty of locust posts. Price $75 per ducing foot can be cultivated and no better procould shoot gang. He James land in Lincoln county; 85 acres in acre. Will trade for a good farm cloe to a grass and balance in cultivation. This is a good town in this or other states. All tobacstraighter and ride faster than the good hemp and tobacco farm and will easily co and hemp land and all lies well. This is best of them. Jesse James used to produce 12 barrels of corn to the acre. Price alo a good stock farm. right and easy terms. It will pay you call Cummins the "old fox," he was No. 103. 130-acrfarm 2 miles from Stanto look at this place. so sly. Jesse said he was the best ford on good pike: house of 5 rooms; fcarn No. farm; residence, 26x40 and all necessary outbuildings; place porches,50. 200-acr- e woodsman he ever knew, and Frank etc.: small new barn; also old barn well watered: fencing and buildings good. James said not long before he died: Price $5,000, down nnd balance in 1 and and two old houses on the place; two splendid orchards; good springs; well fenced and about "Jim Cummins had better wood 2 years. bottom this plaee sense than any other man I ever No. 104 Four large fmi'is in Gnirard road acres alnuit a land: and can be faces the mile easily dicounty, Ky., all making a total acreage of vided for knew. He was the best man I ever into two or even three small farms. 1.340 acres. One of these farms is within a Kight price and terms right. knew to guide a party through an mi'e and a Kilf of Lancater Mid the libers So. 92. 175 acre farm in southern end from 5. 6 and 10 miles from Lancaster. These unknown country, just by sense of places have large tobacco and stoo: barns, of count-- ; in six fields; 90 acres cleared and direction. You couldn't lose him. and roots. They finally got back to nice residences, tenant houses, etc. "We will in cultivation and balance in timber. Iu the He would find his way anywhere." cut any of these farms to suit purchasers. cleared land. 35 acres in pasture and 15 acres Clay county and there they got frame dwelling of two This is your chance to get the size farm that in timothy; Cummins never knew fear. Hfis away to Kentucky. Tyler Burns Best dwelling in this end of countv: you want, located to suit the purchaser. Talk stories. nerve was somewhat marvelous. tenant house; barn 60x80; crib. bu"'v drove Frank James' wife in a coverto these properties Lincoln Circuit Court we us about right prices and canfor we know liouse, hen house, etc.; good orchard: 8 never It is not known how many rob- ed wagon and Frank rode on horsehave the interest you. failing springs on place. All buildings and beries he was in nor how many men back. No. 115. Nice sit room residence, halls, fencing in fir.st cla-The People's Bank of Huston- right porches, bath room, etc. Two acres of land; on pike and one mile condition. Place R. he killed or helped kill, but he was from town and K. When they came to a town, Burns ville Plainitff barn: well in back porch; concrete walks, station. Price only $27.50 per acre. It will jobs pulled would drive through and Frank probably in nearly all the etc. Price $2,200. payyou to investigate this property. vs. off b ythe James gang. His shrewd- would ride around it. e No. 84. No. 116. farm two miles' from Danfarm: three-roohouv: Ky., ness is shown inthe fact that, alDefendants barn, etc., good well; splendid orchard; one ville. story in the richest part of Boyle countv. Jesse James and wife went in the C. C. Smith, etc., half cleared and in cultivation; balance In Two frame dwelling of seven rooms, halls though a reward of S 5,0 00 simply for same way, and the wagon being porches. Good barn, crib. etc. Splendidlv his' arrest hung over his head for driven by Johnnie Samuels. After in Pursuant to a judgment rendered timber. onlyAbout three miles from Stanford. and door, three the Lincoln Circuit Court at its Price 117 $700. resider : large barn; all watered, cistern right at All lays well everlasting springs, ponds, etc. years and hundreds of detectives they got down in southern Missouri and no No. Fine waste land on it. Fencing good. Alo 100 orchard and hunted for him far and near., he was the two parties joined company, but February term, 1916, in the above necessary outbuildings: splendid elegant home barrels corn. 50 bales of hav. 25 bales of five of land. This never arrested, was never behind the Frank and Jesse had a violent quar- styled case, the undersigned Com- right'acres Stanford. Price is an terms right. oats. 18 cattle. 2 gmxl mules. 7 shoats. 2 brood in and missioner will on sows. 3 colts, 1 brood mare, several turning s now spending the closing rel and separated. bars and No. 118. One of the best hotels in central plows, cultivators. 2 wheat drills, riding cultiyears of his turbuent life in the MONDAY. MAY 8th, 1916 Kentucky. This is a splendid money maker vator, etc., everything in the way of tools "After Jesse James and I had been a peace and quietude of the Confed- together for years, facing death to- (County Court Day) in front of the and the fine opportunity for the right man. Has that is necessary to run a farm, too numerous all modern conveniences. Will sell this this place over to erate home and is writing a book. court house door in Stanford, Ky., property furnished at a price that will interest to mention. "Will turn with household wuls. gether, we fell out, and I tried to purchaser and out should Jim Cummins write kill him and he tried toTkill me. Our' at 11 o'clock, A. M., offer for sale at you. It will pay you to look into this matter. Price $14.000 move half down and balance to "Whv one Large mill in the best wheat No. This a a book?" of a life quarrel was over the murder of my public outcry, to the highest and tion of 119. state. 100 barrels capacity and sec- suit purchaser. of the isbest chance in central time to get one the up "That's just what I asked him, and friend, Ed. Miller. Miller was with best bidder, the following described to date in every respect; good shipping facili- Kentucky fully equipped andrurms stocked. here is the answer." No. 69. 71 acres; dwelling; barn Jesse James in the Glendale train real estate in Lincoln county: A ties right on railroad. Can be operated at "Not for money, because this book robbery in Jackson county in 1879. certain tract of land lying and be- light expense. Will sell or exchange, for good 40C0 and all necessary outbuildings; well watered and fenced, right of mine is not going to be seen by At that time Frank James was liv- ing adjacent to the town of McKin-ne- y, farm. 86. 56 acres 1 2 miles from good three miles from Stanford.on pike and only Price $6,000. No. anyone until after I am dead. I am ing under the name of Ben Woodson Ky., having a frontage of 150 town, house; good barn; large drive- One half cash and easy terms on balance. No. SO. 53 acres of land, one and a half way and all necessary writing it so that the truth about on the Pike road three miles from feet on Middleburg pike and 150 feet chard: two wells and outbuildings: good or- story himso of five rooms, porch and good James gang may be known at last. Nashville, Tenn. in rear, on the north side of said pike buildings all new. Price pond: fencing good: cellar: one small stock barn and tobacco barn $3,500. 60x30. All other necessary ontbuildings: 3.1 The truth has never been told. I am Jesse James' wife was boarding and extending back 1G0, 145, and No. 120. farm on good pike, splen- acres in grass and cultivation: fine orchard goiner to tell it and tell it all." community, close to school and church: of over 100 trees, peaches, pears, apples, etc.: in Nashville. Jesse got a lot. of 139 feet, respectively to an alley, did cottage, halls and porches; 2 barns well watered and fairly well "Why. don't you telll it all in a money in the Glensdale robbery and and more fully described as lots Nos. has a good each 3(22; good well at house and three home, well located, close to fenced: and in book before you die?" That sort Jesse and Ed. Miller bought a race 10, 11 and 12, "Block C" in plat of never failing springs on place. All buildings good community. Price, onlv schools $1,200. a book would sell, and you would horse, "Jim Malone," and took him "Tanner Addition to town of McKin-ne- y, and fencing in good repair: good orchard; all No. 30. 106 acres of land located right at of this farm is in cultivation and grass ex- a good railroad .station: residence, make some money. Don't you need around to different race meets, but Ky." cept ten acres. Price $2,300. Terms are right. one old barn and one new 30x50. with shed money?" . etc.; well wawent broke on him. Meantime TuckNo. 121. A farm of 172 acres: well loca on each side; crib. smokehoiiM-Said sale is made on a "Need money? Look at my clothes, er Basham had been arrested for the six months, purchaser to credit of ted and rich soil: 22 acres in cultivation and tered and fenred. Good orchard: about 40 execute balance in good timber: splendid orchard: acres of this place in cultivation and e mister. Ira shabby. Yes, I need Glensdale robbery, had turned state's bond wth approved personal securiplace for grazing. and money, ned it bad, but darn't tell evidence and told that I, Jesse, Ed. ty, bearing interest at six per cent small houePrice fencing fair; whole down well per acre and terms This is a bargain for $50 right. $2,300. One half and watered. No. 90. Linr.ietta Springs. The main ho-t- fl the truth while I'm living, they'd Miller, Bill Ryan and Dick Liddell from date of sale, until paid, payable balance to suit purchaser. has 30 rooms and four room cottage in N. 122 2,000 acres of coal and timber yard. they'd lock me up if I did. Why, I were in that robbery- - Of course he to Commissioner, said bond having The grounds consist of about ten of Three know things that I could get $5,000 lied about me. I was not in it. force and effect of a judgment, a land in Harlan county. Ky. second veins 48 acres. This property has cost the owner from coal; lower vein 33 inches: vein lust over $30,000. today for telling, but ih wouldn't be Neither was Frank James. Will sell dirt lien to be retained on property sold. inches and third vein 72 inches; cloe to rail- first to Ask us about this property. The f of this land in good timber and cheap. is so cheap you road: healthy for me if I told. When I am Miller went price After Jesse and Ed. E. W. PENNINGTON, could alToril to ainre balance has been culled. Price S23 per acre. the buildings for dead they can't hurt me.' it and then make good broke on their race horse, they 32-M. C. L. C. C. No. 123. We have some good coal and tim- money. may, you can't And so, pray as you ber land in Knox county. Ky. The owner of No. 93. Two-storresidence: garget. Jim to tell that he was ever in this land lives in Oklahoma and our instruc- den; well at door and all necessary outbuild-ing-- : tions from him are to let it go for what it will any parright at good school, etc. The price any particular robbery or in bring. It will pay you investors to look into on this is as cheap as dirt. Will sell, trade ticular killing, but he will tell you this proposition for the owner has made np or rent, and make right terms. It will pay country with his mind to let it go at your price. about fleeing across the you to investigate this property. No. 96. One of the best equipped blackNo. 111. 40 acre farm on good road close four or five thousand dollars in his , Record 2:29 4, Trial 2:14 3-- 4 to town and in graded school district. Has smith shops in this part of the State. Tt co.t saddle bags as his share ofthe loot, Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 1-- 4 residence weather-boardeS300 to equip it. including $100 worth of and nice and how he lived high in New York ceiled; good cellar, barn. etc. Place well wa- bolts and $30 worth of wagon timber, etc. Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15 3-- 4 hands, foaled 1906. tered and fenced. All lays well and all under Will sell all for $250 spot cash. This is a big and Washington between robberies, Standard Registered Vol. 18 cultivation except about 6 acres. Price $2,000. opportunity, for the right man to make good but no particulars that would give money. Terms right. No. Alcyone C32, :i farm one mile from good 1 the law a hold on him. No. 89. 140 acres, frame dwel- country 105. CO. dams of G5 Sire of ling and porches; two tjarns; one for stock grass: town and right on pike: 10 acres in "Another reason, why I want to all outside fencing good: well watered: Dark Night 2858 and the other a tobacco barn; crib, write the book," he tells you, "I want f Price $1,000; includin I Noonday Sire ot buggy house, etc. All in grass except about no improvements. s. 4 years. Searchlight 2 :03 to tear the mask off of Frank and By St. Elmo 275 25 acres: water in field; fencing and build- down and balance in one and twofrom StanNo. 48. 324 acres, two miles Brightlight 2:08 Silent Brook ings in good shape. Nice orchard. Price $60 Great brood mare Jesse James. Posing as heroes. Bah! ford on good pike: most of this farm is in Dark Wilkes 2:09; Val- Record 2:16 2 an acre. Terms right. pa 2:09 1 - 2, etc. They were just common, ordinary Billy Burk 2:03 Sire of No. 19. Hanging Fork farm of 42 acres grass; besides the residence there is a good 1- Harry Clay 45. 2:29 cribs, Shawbay 2:07 right on pike: has house, barn. etc.. stock and tobacco barn. 36x80;abundanceetes: robbers, traitors and double crossers. Sire of 4. dams of 30 fencing good: always an of Jenny Clay Meadow Brook 2:09 place well watered and fenced: for a quick water; this is andgood stock farm Heroes? Not on your life. I know a Great brood mare Emma Brook 2:09 sale. $70 per acre and easy terms. This is graze more cattle than any farm in and will this secLady Norwood Belle I rode with them, camped with them Zarrine 2:07 good strong soil and worth more money, but tion: price right and terms easy. By Norwood 522 Bellbrook 2:10. etc. mutt be sold. slept with them, went into the jaws 140-acr- e No. Pool room in Danville. Ky., has 4 No. 75. the other 3farm; two cottages: one e rooms; rooms: tabacco of death and the fumes of hell with tables, chairs, desk, stove, lights and all parBaron Wilkes 4758. 2:18 s pool barn: 50 acres cleared: balance in timber: aphernalia necessary to run a them. I knew Frank and Jesse James Sire of 12 in 2:10. etc. never failing springs: close to good town: Moko 24451 room. The receipts run from $125 to $150 churches and school. Price $25 per acre. better than any man that ever lived, Sire of Brenda ""Yorke per month. Price $400 spot cash for a quick miles from No. and I tell you they were just plain Feme 2:05 2 I. Queen Ethel 2:04 sale. This is a good chance for some one one of 44. 234 acre farm 1 the best towns in central Kentucky By Swathmore Native Belle (3) 2:06 to go in business and make splendid money and only two miles from good railroad starobbing crooks, without honor. Dam of Bumps 2:03 VI Silver Silk (4) 2: on a small investment. ............... Clayo dis"Frank posed for years as the best 08 Monrico (3) No. 106. Stock of general merchandise in tion: right on pike and in graded schoolabout Dam of Lala Watts (2). all killed N. (3) 2: Susie 07 of the two. After Jesse was the city of Stanford. Ky., consisting ot grocer- trict: acres in grassin except 4 acres and better Wilkes Nutwood 8000 2 :24 bluegrass sod; no being Bleucher 2:29 2:27 etc. 09 ies, hardware, paints, etc. Will rent the fix- 170 Frank went on permanent exhibition good: has tr. 2:17; out of a Bettv Clay . .... ... iI o.q Sire of Carl Wilkes tures at a nominal price and will also rent watered farm in the state: fencing large barn as large to Silent frame resdience, sister half as a race track starter at tairs, T" Half sister to Silent L Je"" Clay the building consisting of storeroom below I a Brook 2 :16 etc. This land will grow anything you put Reddie Brook 2:0G doorkeeper for the toughest theater inl litrpllini nhnve nt n verv low figure. This ' By Harrv Clay 45 magnificent Clay (4) 2:25 and is an exceptionally clean stock of goods and on it; it is an ideal sotck farm; the richest in St. Louis, posing as the victim of Dam of Silent Brook 2: home; splendid commnnity; in Lilly Clay, dam of Prue we will sell at a low figure. 16 Beddie Clay (4) his brother, Jesse. He let the whole 2:21 miles from part of the county. Price $100 per acre: No. 108. 130 acre farm 2 etc. 2:25 a good town. Two houses. Dwelling of six terms right. Two storerooms in the heart of world say and believe that Jesse was No. 38. rooms and tenant house of four rooms. Good Stanford. Meadow Brook 2:0G sire of Billy Burk 2:03 Silent both Best the worst of the two. He never Sb&wbay Brook 197G9. 2:16 barn and all necessary outbuildings. 50 acres are always rented.location in town and splenBetty Brook 2:09 Lady Emma Brook 2:09 2:07 Zarrine are a opened his mouth to correct it. I Btllbrodk 2:10, Butter Brook 2:10 bottom land. 20 acres in grass and balance did investment and These rooms a good diviMargaret Bathgate. Silent Brigade (2) 2:10 always pay in timber. Well watered and all fencing and dend etc. His dam, Jenny Clay, etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07 knew them and I tell you that both (4) 1 taxes, and repairs are buildings in good shape. Price $3,000. Terms paid. after make a insurance will interest yon. and was grandam of Prue 2:21 price that Will were bad enough, but Jesse produced Reddie Clay 2:25 of them right. . (winner Kentucky Futurity). Brenda Yorke (3), No. 32. 225 acres, five miles from Stanford Moko 24457. sire of Fereno 2:05 No. 94. One of the best farms in Central was the better of the two. Native Belle (2) 2:07 has two good (Futurity winner) Kentucky, of 261 acres: two story frame dwel- on good turnpike; barns. These dvellinzs: one time, after the 2:08 2:06 (Futurity winner, (5) 2:04 1-filley.) Manrico (3) 2:07 "I remember are extra (Futurity winner.) Silver (champion 2 (3) ling of 12 rooms: 2 barn, 75x75 each, and two large tobacco large barns, one being 48x100 and the other (Futurity winner,) Gomoko 210, Mobel 2:10 Susie N. (3) 2:09 Glendale train robbery near Kansas Silk (4) 2:08 60-ffeed shed on side with large crib; 2 38x108 and both 20 feet to eaves. This is a 4 Lid-del- l, (Fnturity winner) etc. Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:11 Mochester 2:10 City in 1879, Jesse James, Dick buggy houses; 3 hen houses; smoke house, etc. good tobacco and hemp farm; will sell as a Mar2:01 (champion trotting stallion,) Yito (4) 2:09 Sired dams of 30 acres in cultivation and balance in grass; whole or will divide into two farms. Will Bill Ryan and myself crossed tha Tipton (4) The Harvester etc. Brother to Bumps 2:03 O'Neil (3) 2:13 Baron 2:09 splendid orchard of 400 trees: everlasting price as a whole or make price on divide. the river at Leavenworth and rode D.. 2:10. etc. springs, ponds, etc., in fart, water in every toNo. 82. 150 acres, small house. half in 1:06, last quarter in trial mile 2:14 record 2:29 went out. to field. All buildings and fencing in first class Bleucher 46158. down to Nashville and I good vineyard about He greatly condition. Right on pike and one mile from bacco barn: grass, orchard and 20 acres :in cul32 seconds, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. and 15 or see Frank James, who lived near depot; finest shipping point on the road: an 30 acres in eood sire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the great Futurity sire Moko. merabout 10.000 there, and Frank kicked because resembles his demand has exhausted the supply and we may expect better prices for our ideal stock farm. This land will grow wheat, tivation: timber 8.000 to house is feet barn Foreign on place: old: land hemp. etc. is to breed Our advice to mare and breed Jesse had brought Bill Ryan with horses in the futtire. and proven worth as owners Bleucher is their marestjrpe totoproducethem corn, tobacco, of Kentucky.as well as any farm chantable fencing fairly goad; well watered, etc. and just the sires. the of in down him. and Frank said to me, he said to stallions will merit the demand. His colts have proven fine, with nice head and neck laysthe State is well drained. The whole land. Price only $1,800. terms easy, No waste supply well and eolts that on long time. "Jim, you are welcome to come to and plenty of bone and conformation. An automobile can be driven over all of it and balance 100-acr- e No. 28. farm. 4 and there is not a foot of cold or swamp land Stanford on good pike, splendid miles from my house at. any time, but you go community This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1916 at- my stable in Lancaster, on it. Price $30,000 and terms right. Kentucky, at" resover to Nashville and tell Dingus not cottage: new stable and no better soil in the conntr: No. 73. Three-rooidence, halls, porches, etc. Two-rootenant containing three stalls and corn crrb; small house, new to bring that damned Irshman here.' tobacco barn and all other storeroom on pike: good cistern at door and necessary outbuildings: close Frank always called Jesse 'Dingus.'" church and never failing well in lot: 5 acres of ground: school and splendidly fenced toand watered. When I. told this to Jesse he benil buildings and fencing in good condition. I grass. Price $100 this Over half came "all riled up and threatened to Place well watered and in good community. per acre of, third place inand balance in one. a down Price $1,750. kill Frank. The next day Jesse hired two and three years. 40-fow, merry-go-rountwo-storsix-roovu The recent death of Cole Younger, one of the last surviving members of the famous Jesse James" gang, caused the Kansas City Star to interview James Cummins, said to now be the surviving member of the famous band of outlaws who terrorized the middle west just after the civil war. Cummins, though said in the Kansas City paper to have been born in Missouri, is said by others to have come from Rockcastle county, Kentucky, or that his father came from there. He is writing a book of his reminiscences which will be published after his death. The Kansas City Near Norborne, Mo., Jesse James killed Ed. Miller and took his watch and horse and rode on to Charley Ford's in Ray county, and then on to the home of Mose Miller, Ed Miller's brother . He told him Ed. was sick and likely to die and Jesse presented to Mose a forged order for $375 signed by Ed. Miller, and Mose paid Jesse the money. Jesse disposJesse was the real bad man of the ed of the watch. The body of Ed. two and did most of the robbing and Miller was buried by Sam Burton, killing. And sure enough not long who found it badly decomposed. "That's the kind of a hero Jesse after Jesse was killed Frank did surrender and did contend that. Jessie James was, murdering his comrade and I were responsible for most of and robbing his body. I learned finally that Jesse had killed Ed. Milthe robberies. "Talk about Frank James being a ler and decided to kill Jesse. I went hero. If Frank had been the right to a house where he was stopping in kind of a man, he would have aveng- Edsville, Ky., and asked Jesse to ed the death of his brother. He come out and look at a horse. I inwould never have rested until he had tended to kill him as he came killed Bob and Charley Ford. If through the door, but he smelled a they had killed Frank, you bet your rat and wouldn't come. He said he life Jesse would have killed them would see the horse in the morning. both. But Frank was intent only on I told him he had kiled Ed Miller and that I intended to let Miller's saving his own life. "Now, I'm going to tell the inside friends in Missouri know all about it. did that and Jesse James did not facts in my book. I am going to tell the truth about the Dart Jesse and live lonS afterward. I never spoke Frank took in Northfield bank rob- to Jesse after that, I was his enemy and he was mine. bery in Mnnesota. Frank and Jesse James, Cole and He tried to get me klled and came to the home of William Ford, my Jim and Bob Younger, Cecil Mill to kill me himself. I Charley Pitts and Bill Caldwell. brother-in-laFrank always denied that he was in was offered $5,000 in cash by the authat raid and insinuated that I was thorities if I would give information that would lead to the capture of in it. But I know who was there. They all met in Kansas City and Jeses James and I could have got. the planned the raid; they went over to money easily, but no one can put the Samuel's, the brand of traitor on me. I wouldn't the home of mother ofthe James boys ni Clay have surrendered him for a million county. From there they rode to dollars. I despise and hate the way Northfield. Miller, Pitts and Cald- he was killed, but still it. was as well were killed outright in the street much of a traitor as Bob Ford and fight in front of the bank. The oth- he got what he deserved for killing ers got away and hid in the timber Ed. Miller. But stll I think that in a creek bottom. They pretended Jesse James was more honorabla to be fishermen. Cole Younger for- than Frank James at that. After aged out and got a couple of horses; Jesse's death all the robberies were but his brother. Bob. was wounded laid at his door by Frank and his and couldn't ride, and Cole wouldn't friends. In my book I'll tell who killed leave him. Jesse wanted to kill Bob Wichter, the Pinkorton detective, and leave him, as he would hinder their escape. Jesse and Cole quar- and who murdered Westfall, the reled and Jesse and Frank took the Rock Island conductor, and McMilhorses and rode off. They barely did lan, the old man, in the train robbery get away across a bridge as the possu at Winston, Mo., 1881. I say Frank James was in that came up which captured the Younj:-er- s. robbery. It was done by Frank and Frank and Jesse had a hard time Jesse James, Wood and Clarence geting away. Once they rode for Hite and Dick Liddell. I was working miles in the covered wagon of a sew- at that, time in the harvest field at Gorham Russell, Kan., for $1.50 a ing machine man. They returned home by a round- day. I was there when Jesse James about way that took them out in was killed, and opened a shoe store Arizona and New Mexico. They and stayed there until I came back nearly starved and ate raw rabbit to Missouri and surrendered. I that day and when he saw he couldn't pick a row with Frank he quarreled with Dick Liddell and drew his re volver. He would have killed Dick but I stepped between the two and prenvented it. Jesse told me that day that he believed his brother, Frank wanted him to be killed. Jesse said that if he was dead and out of the way that Frank would then surrender and ask pardon o nthe plea that started back to Missouri. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE New Bargains Are Advertised1 In Each Issue. miles from good town; all lays well; can run machinery over all of it and 40 acres are bottom land. Two-stor- y residence; barn 60x30 and all other necessary outbuildings. Three years insurance on all buildings paid up. Good orchard; never-failin- g water in all fields and splendid well right at door. All buildings and fencing in good shape. Price $5,000; terms right. No. 112. Two-stor- y frame, nine-rooresidence with good basement; two small houses of three rooms each with about 3 acres of land; large y barn, frame drop siding 50x100. All necessary outbuildings; well, cistern and spring water. All buildings and fencing in good repair. All of this property must be sold. For the whole business, price $5,000. You couldn't begin to put the buildings up for this money. Will sell or exchange this property. 1-- No. 108. pike and 1 75-ac- re tract, on good 2 m two-stor- frame residence, halls and porches; good cellar, stable, wagon and buggy shed; two large cisterns; 10 acres of land with this place; on good pike close to good town; all buildings ia good repair. Price $2,000. No. 97. Large blacksmith shop, 50x90 feet, metal roof nml nil in good condition. Will sell or rent mis. aee us aoout the price and terms. This is one of the best locations in the COUntV for this Kncinnc and we will make you a price on this mat you coulu not begin to put up the buildings for. No. 110 12 acres near good town in graded school district. Four-roohouse, crib, two sheds and barn. Well right at door. All landlays well and in cultivation. Price $600. m No. 113. Two-stor- y, nine-roo- m M. 2 2 pa-tu- re one-thir- d e 10-acr- e never-faH-ni- g home-seeke- rs e 3 fcm Commissioner's Sale s 53-acr- e 10O-acr- 60-acr- e lwl-anc- one-hal- 3f y six-roo- BLEUCHER 46158 1-- d six-roo- 30-acr- e a, six-acr- e one-hal- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-1-- 3-- 1-- 0. 10-acr- first-clas- 1-- 1-- 1-- 2 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- r z-- 1-- 2 two-stor- y 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 2 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 7 1-- 3-- 3-- 3-- 1-- 3-- 1-- 1-- 4. 1-- 4, 1-- 1-- 2 3-- 4 1-- 4, 3-- 4 1-- 4 1-- 1-- 4 t. 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 3-- one-thir- d 1-- 2 six-roo- $20 to Insure a Living Colt BARLOWE 10-acr- e Consult Us Before Buying. List With U If You Want to Sell HUGHES & McCARTY Office Lancaster Street Opposite Court House. Office Phone 180. KENTUCKY. STANFORD, REAL ESTATE, The Interior Journal Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May 5, 1916 A Hint To Mothers Of Growing Children A MILD LAXATIVE AT REGULAR INTERVALS WILL PREVENT CONSTIPATION. A vital point upon which all schools of medicine seem to agree is that normal regularity of the bowels is an essential to good health. The importance of this is impressed particularly on mothers of growing chil- Lee Herbst, of Cincinnati purchased 19 head of army horses in Pendleton, county. He paid from $80 to $160 per head. D. S. Warren, proprietor or a large dairy in Danville, bought a Jersey cow of Arthur Beazley, of Lanca?-te- r, dren. A very valuable remedy that should be kept in every home for use as occasion arises is Dr. Caldwell's a compound of simple laxative herbs that has been prescribed by Dr. W. B. Caldwell, of Monti-cell111. for more than twenty-fiv- e yeare, and which can now be obtained in any well stocked drug store for fifty cents a bottle. 'In a recent letter to Dr. Caldwell, Mrs. H. C. Turrfer, 844 Main St., Buffallo, N. Y., says, "I bought a bottle of Dr. Calwell's Syrup Pepsin for my baby, Roland Lee Turner and find it works just like you said it Syr-Pepsi- n, o, Robt. Wolfe, of Pendleton county, raised 308 bushels of wheat on 17 acres of land, and sold it at $1.25 a bushel, bringing him $22.50 an acre for land he bought a few years ago at from $12 to $15 nn acre. E. V. Kimberlin, of Boyle, bought of Sam B. Pope, a fat cow at 5 2 cents, of F. T. Logan, an aged cow at 3 cents, 12 shoats from Sim Parks of Garrard, at 8 cents; one hog from 1-- for $75. Live Stock Sale IN ORDER TO SETTLE THE ESTATE OF THE LATE S. J. EMBRY, Sr., THE FOLLOW, 4 ING DESCRIBED PROPERTY WILL BE OFFERED AT Mr. Selsby for $10.25. ' ROLAND LEE TURNER would. It is fine for the stomach and bowels." A bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pensin should be in everv home. A trial bottle, free of charge, can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 Washington St., 111. Mon-ticell- o, In Fleming county Raleigh Saunders has engaged his cattle to go half in August and half in SeptemHe will have 29 and ber at 7 hopes for them to' weigh in the neighborhood of 1,200 pounds. They were wintered on silage. Lewis Summers has sold 10 cattle at 7 2 cents to go from September 1 to 10. They ought to weigh 1,100 pounds. Geo. Colliver has also sold his to go this summer at 7 4 cents. Thomas Ifc Walton engaged his bunch of 55 lambs to go the middle of June at He sold his 10 cents per pound. wool some time ago at 35 cents per c. 1-- Public Auction Wednesday, May 1 Oth AT HIS LATE HOME, ON LANCASTER PIKE, NEAR CITY LIMITS KENTUCKY, ON OF Beginning at 10:00 o'clock, A. M. STANFORD, 3-- HORSES One yearling horse colt, out of Marion Squirrel mare, by Kentucky Gentleman One sorrel mare by Marion Squirrel, heavy in foal to Kentucky Gentleman filly out of "Possum Pie." One d One trotting gelding, eligible to register d gelding, out of Red Shoot mare, by Ashland Brook. One One black gelding, good saddler; good worker, by Dr. Munson, out of Pence mare One registered trotting mare, by Illustration. One registered trotting mare, by Kentucky Todd, out of mare by Gazette. d One trotting mare in foal to Jack eight-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld pound." Farm and Stock News J. N. Cash, of Turnersville, bought a horse mule of H. P. same section, for $100. Martin, of the Oatts & Robinson, over in Boyle, sold to Leonard Brothers, 30 short yearling steers late last week at $29 a head. W. A. Langford, of Madison county, sold his fine mare last week for $300 to an Eastern party. six-year-o- ld three-year-o- ld uiiimiiMimmimiiimiimmimmiim What J. S. Mobley & Son of McKinney have to say about cream separators this week is lazy is an expensive proposition, no matter how little you pay him. A cream separator that is hard to Robinson, of Boyle, sold to Clell Coleman, of Burgin, 30 head of yearling cattle last week. B. G. Fox, of Danville, bought of John M. Farra, of Lancaster, two toppy mule colts. The price was $100 each. H. F. Martin, of the Turnersville section, sold to T. W. Jones here early this week 115 lambs at $9, to go the 15th of June and at $8.50 to go the 15th of July. Richard Cobb and son, Phelps Cobb, of Boyle county, sold their lambs, 150 in number this week to a Mr. Webb, of Louisville at $10 a hundred pounds. They are to go the 15th of June. W. A. Brent, on the Danville pike, delivered to T. W. Jones here this week, 17 head of hogs which were engaged some time ago at 8 cents a pound. The porkers averaged 165 pounds, when they crossed the scales. J. W. Bales, of Madison, bought of C. W. Cobb, last week, his fine Rex Peavine mare for $325. Mr. Bales bought this mare for a Southern party. Mr. Cobb still has a full sister to this mare. Richmond Climax. Giltner Bros., of Eminence, have Oatts & CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET active 2,600; Hogs Receipts packers and butchers, $9. 60 9.95; common to choice, $7.509.25; pigs and lights, $6 9.10. Cattle Receipts 300; quiet; calves steady, $5 9.75. Sheep Receipts 100; steady; lambs steady. COURT DAY AT RICHMOND. Monday was court day and although the crowd was not as large as usual, a large bunch of stock was on three-year-ol- three-year-olld five-year-o- ten-year-o- ld five-year-o- ld seven-year-ol- the market, including several hundred head of cattle from the mountains. At the new East End Stock Yards, the receipts were as follows: 650 cattle selling from 7 to 10 cents, 300 head of sheep at from $6.00 to $8.00, 100 hogs at 7 to 9 cents. The East End stock yards has only been opened recently by Messrs. J. S. Crutcher and A. J. House and they have spared no expense in maKing it headquarters for live an stock. Richmond Climax. up-to-da- PONIES Two yearling fillies Two yearling horses One One stallion d One One stallion These ponies are all nicely marked, well broke and pure Shetlands two-year-o- ld six-year-o- ld stallion three-year-ol- three-year-o- ld mare MULES Two yearling horse mules mare- mules, extra good Two d mare mule, extra good One two-year-o- ld - te three-year-ol- One yearling mare mule One mare mule, extra good One mare mule, extra good four-year-o- ld five-year-o- ld six-year-o- ld McKINNEY W. C. T. U. just made the following sales of fanzz T)UYING a cream separator is cy cattle: One registered Hereford "S a good deal like hiring a man heifer calf to John L. Kennedy, of Jl-: to work on your farm. A J zz hired man that does poor work and Troy, N. Y., for $150; one registerzz turn, hard to keep clean and doesn't skim close, would be expensive even zz if you got it as a gift. Creamerymen and dairymen ZZ all over the world recognize the superiority of the De Laval. E About the only reason why any one ever buys any other cream separator is because they can get it a little cheaper. '- Then they soon find out they have lost ten times as much from separ- pr ator inconvenience, poor skimming and a machine that quickly wears ZZ out, as they saved in the beginning. ed Hereford bull calf to Roily Cecil, of Grassy Creek, Ky., for $150; four registered Hereford cows to Felix Swope, of Georgetown, for $325 per head. Jake Huguely, of Danville, sold his lambs, about a car load to Monte It is Fox this week at $10.37 they are to go in understood that June. This is about the record price so far paid for lambs in this section of the state. Mr. Huguely had an exceptionally fine lot, however, and sold them worth the money, according to the present market. T. W. Jones shipped a load of hogs Remember that a De Laval will soon pay ZZ for itself, and i f ou have no separator now, from Rowland to the Cincinnati maror an inferior machine, we can sell you a De Laval on such terms that it will pav for ket Wednesday morning. To make itseu while you are up the shipment he made the followusing it. ing purchases, from W. P. Martin, The best cream ZZ separator is the near Turnersville, 10 porkers averagcheapest.'" Let us in va "11 prove it for you on ing 200 pounds, bought at 8 cents a ZZ your own farm. pound; from Mrs. Bettie Broaddus on the Danville pike, 12, averaging 180 Sooner or pounds at 8 4 cents; from W. A. J. M. Guthrie, a prominent autoyou Brent, 17 averaging 160 pounds at 8 mobile dealer of New Castle, suicided will buy a cents; from W. O. Walker, 26 aver- in Hotel Watterson, Louisville, by H DE LAVAL aging about 200 pounds at 8 2 shooting. No cause assigned. cents. nl!!imill!llllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!lllll "Sa-credne- 1-- 2. t- The McKinney W. C. T. U. held one of the most interesting meetings since its organization, in regular meeting, at the home of our President, Miss Mancie Ware, Thursday afternoon, April 27th, with a good attendance. This was a "Mother's Meeting" and a program of unusual interest was presided over by Mrs. Mrs. Childress, of E. C. Reynolds. Hustonville Union gave a most the instructive talk on Training of Children. Mrs. R. S. Scudder read an interesting and helpful paper on of Childhood." Mrs. C. L. Pile also read a splendid paper on "Don'ts for Parents." Appropriate hymns were sung. Much credit president our efficient due is her faithfulness and enthusiasm for shown in this great work of redeeming our State from the liquor traffic, and for her genuine hospitality our "Mother's on this occasion, Meeting." Mrs. Childress and Miss, Martha Tucker, of the Hustonville Union, were welcome visitors. At the conclusion of the service an enjoyable repast of sherbet and cake was served. Mrs. Sarah Dayton, Supt. Press Dept. ss JACK STOCK d old Jack colt One extra good, d Jennet colt One extra good, Jennet, heavy in foal to "Wartrace." One JennetBeecher stock, bred to "Russell." One well-marketen-mont- hs ten-months-o- well-marke- ld four-year-o- ld five-year-o- ld High Grade Beef Cattle Five Short yearling heifer calves, by Registered Shorthorn Bull Twelve Short yearling steer and bull calves, by Registered Shorthorn Bull. Six extra feeders Four Spring heifers Four extra yearling heifers Thirteen cows, with calves or ready to drop calves Eight extra yearling steers Registered Shorthorn Bull One extra fine Jersey heifer, 14 months old One two-year-old HOGS shoats, weight about 175 pounds; ten sows, Fifteen shoats, weight about 50 pounds; forty-fiv- e ready to farrow; seven sows with 42 pigs. 100 BARRELS OF PICKED CORN IMPLEMENTS e Three wagons, all with good beds; three good riding cultivators, fully equipped; one e planter, good as new; two Disc harrows; one smoothplanter, in good condition; one ing harrow; one roller; three double shovel plows; two Oliver turning plows, one 20 and one 40? one Vulcan plow, No. 13; one Hoosier wheat drill in splendid condition; one Deering mower, almost new; three sets wagon harness; four sets plow gear TERMS $20 and under, cash in hand; over that amount, a good bankable note, due in six (6) months, bearing six per cent interest from date of sale. Sale will be heldyrain or shine. Dinner served on the ground. COL. I. M. DUNN, Auctioneer two-horsone-hors- later 1-- 1-- Army Horses And Mules Wanted. V r0NEc OF BOURBON POULTRY CURE down the throat of a gaping chicken, destroys the worms Mrs. S. J. Embry, Sr., Ex, Stanford, Kentucky I No. 9, "The Sun Worshippers." Heinie and Louie Comedy. I will be - at the Embry Sale and Blackhead and othar diseases In turkeys at Stanford, Wednesday, May 10 th, to buy Army Horses and Mules. : : : W. B. BURTON Pathe Silent Tuesday Paramount, featuring ElLiving Death." sie Janis in "Twas Ever Thus," Luke Comedy. BOURBON POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL Bosworth. Saturday Universal, "The Measure Vitagraph, featuring Western Wednesday qallonsof medicine. One 50c bottle makes 12 of Leon Dubray," Anita Stewart and Earl Williams "I .am a large breeder of fancy Picture. Pathe Weekly News 24. in "The Juggernaut." poultry and show birds. I have been Monday Pathe, Neal of the Navy, using Bourbon Poultry Cure for the past seven years and never lose a YOU SHOULD HAVE A BOTTLE OF chicken with disease, and I attribute my success to the use of this wonCRAB ORCHARD WATER derful remedy. Have cured several Concentrated. bad cases of roup and other infecand of the habit forming I in your home at all times. Get rid patent medicine habit. Natives tious disease with it, therefore Use Mature s away from the speak from experience when I say it cathartics fo? Stomach and Liver Trouble. Physicians, Nurses, cures. I heartily recommend it to who know, use the mineral water treatment because it is my poultry raising friends" in this and adjoining counties, as iho greatest the better, safer way. va ufVllCmA,- ' Water. -- nH On to ,""""-.If you aresubjectj... Joioraaun, remedy I have ever used for ihe cure , fjlTTlOHR IS SOlU It"r T.i nf poultry diseases." and prevention of Jno. O. Reid, Stanford, Ky. ., w.. ;ions your money vui ue j.cliu.u. 3-rDrug-gisTsi-pople PROGRAM AT OPERA HOUSE. "The For the treatment of White Diarrhoea In chicks Friday Pathe Iron Claw to PREVENTS DISEASE and saves'the chick's life. A few drops in the drinking water cures and Young Men's Caps. Newest Spring Shapes and Patterns. W. E. PERKINS - t,Mo Crab Orchard Sold in Stanford by The Lincoln Pharmacy MINERAL WATER SALES COMPANY 'CRAB ORCHARD, K.Y. BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE X J. '3