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'w.T -- J" 'S1- .. . - '."1; ' n Vfl 5V' '- Js-.- t'j c:laK ;a M f GURNAL 1 38 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentu,:4ay, May r. f9 32 wrtw? K7V 2, 1 96 1 Tuesdays and Fridays CARTER - LIVE STOCK AT TOP PRICES Buyers on Hand from Half a Dozen Counties 'at Embry Sale and Go For Offerings. Their friends here were given a The Stanford High School team's Officers Who Went Into Fall Lick decided surprise Tuesday when news second defeat of the season came Country Unable to Find the handsomest) ever came that Miss Lucy Lee Walton and Tuesday afternoon when the nine Hopkins Boys. issued in 'this, 3e"c,). Kentucky Carl A. Carter, both of this city, from Eastern Normal of Richmond for the Lqmbardysljeigfits? Poultry were married in Atlanta. Miss Wal- walloped the waddin' out of StanThat everything the farmer raises Farm, of which "Join JO.; Reikis pro- ton went to that city some two weeks ford High by the score of 13 to 5. Officers who went to the East End is ready money of the highest type prietor. It is JianjTiiicjyv .illustrated, before to visit her uncle and aunt, It was simply a case of too fast early in the week in an effort to arwas demonstrated beyond all cavil with pictures; xf sceefyards, etc., Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Walton. Mr. pitching for the home lads. Lewis, rest the Hopkins "boys" who "playhere Wednesday when Mrs. S. J. on his handsome biyt9liaaB farm a Carter, who has been attentive to on the mound for the Normalites, is ed a little rough" at Crab Orchard Embry, Sr., held public sale of the mile northwest '(BBtknford,-'anher for a year or more, and who some pitcher. The fact that he last Saturday, say that it is as tough livestock, etc., of her husband, the gives full descriptioif5'the 27 va- - travels in the South for the J. I. twirled two season in the Virginia to catch them as it would be to catch late S. J. Embry, Sr., who passed he' .Case Thresher Co., made it a point League, a Class C organization, be- a rabbit in a blackberry patch. Depthe real property to her during her rieties of pure bre$fwls--.which- ' TjrA"' 1 away a short time ago. Top prices j: cm. .. to be in Atlanta a few days during fore going back to his home in Lew- uty Sheriff W. S. Drye and Chief of up life. The remainder of his :io luieeuuijj. nir. u; lias uuilb natural were realized for nearly all the offerj estate, both real and personal, is to a great business' iiitf5tH"oroughbred her visit and it was there the plans is county and taking the principal-shi- p Police B. D. Carter, who took the ings. Bidding was spirited, and the of a school, is sufficient evidence warrants against the five brothers Pupils listed in the various Sun-- ; be equally divided between his five poultry. .On Monday'iieshipped al- Were formulated and carried into ef crowd was one of the most represen most a thousand eggsn. settings of' fect. So quietly did they carry out of justi what the high school boys were unable to serve them. They , . schools here on Sunday, May children Joe H. Murphy, Mrs. Lewis "". i 'CcltlVC U11CO aCCIl CU 0 SV 7 states, and their program that their parents here were up against. Lewis had found Joe Hopkins, the father, at his 7th were as follows: Christian Andrews, Miss Sue Whitley Murphy 15 each, to parties time. Stock men, horse men, and i....i. ...u;4-the demand for his ;biwjsps far great- did not know what had hap- almost "everything" that a pitcher home in the Fall Lick country, back , 1 VHUIUJ, tUAt.., ion. Baptist church, i and the little son and daughter, the u: i4. .w.i :i. n TJ ueic muie men wuie 1nA xium Vtntf o to. x. er than the supply. Hj5:is a Judicious pened until after the ceremony, should have, and he had the local of Crab Orchard, and he told the uc iaoi, niuiiia6c. 10U iresDyienan cnurcn, dozen counties, and they let no bar- which was said by Rev. W. O. Fos- batters eating out of his hand all officers that his sons had been in the aiurpny is maae executor, wunoui and liberal advertiserand. gains escape them. The sale totaled white, 33; Baptist church, colored, j bond, and it is ordered that no a big winner at all lowsf ""so that ter, of the Christian church. Dr. afternoon. With d suppprt j neighborhood recently but had left. up something, like $7,000 and was a 48 ; be made aKainst' any of th those who get his strain know they Foster married Miss Pauline Hocker, he would easily have scored a shut- Mr. Hopkins regretted very much Rev. Wm. Godby preached at the chares success in every way and entirely young men had gotten themoreland church last Saturday eve-- . children for money advanced. J. S. are getting winners. "Qer 2,000: cat- of this place, it will be remembered. out. Against such pitching Stan- that the satisfactory to the executrix, and to - alogues were printed: jr3MivV Reid, - x' nuri,& aie Immediately after their marriage ford was helpless, and it was no selves into trouble with the law, and "nothW a" the Embry Brothers, her three sons, ning and Sunday, to a full house. es to tne signature oi tne aocument. and the demand for thjro ,a?d- orders they left for Gastonia, N. C, from wonder that the fielding game the stated hat he had urged them to . .. who directly handled the sale, under j Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Elkin and , i i Hisuinauss uiuce uie vaiue ui xur. for eggs is keeping afmailing. clerk which place they notified the rela- locals showed was slightly off class. give themselves up and yet believed Sam J Embry, Jr handsome little baby of Lancaster, , Mu the direction of 2' V' tQ busy. estafce from tives here. From Gastonia they went The school boys did very well, how- that he might be able to induce them , A M'-who made a splendid booster. Col. (were visitors here of Mr. and Mrs. i )OU,UUU. to do so. The officers say that they ' to Charlotte and thence to Greens- ever, as the box score shows: rn- - -r. t m m t ry . j ii . found evidence that the young men boro, N. C, where Mr. Carter has SUNDAY E. K. N. S. AB R H PO A in his best style and always got the Quite a number of relatives f rom sonal pr0perty to her brother, Sam-to- p k IhkpuTe at his headquarters. had been working in the fields but 1 1 0 4 0 The Sunday Schoof McGuire, If dollar. W M. Duncan made a here went to Harrodsburg Tuesday uel Bishop and orders that he be the Methodist chutch'-.oouducthad disappeared as soon as they by 1 .1 5 9 1 The bride is a daughter of Mr. Wesley, c , V..CX.V, inosu to attena tne iunerai oi tnc late ueo. . made executor without bond. came into the neighborhood. 5 1 Presiding Elder G. 0 0 was a and Mrs. E. C. Walton, of Stanford, Turley, ss 4 Herring, of Hustonville, and his fa- Bohon. afewh'o at- and is a splendid young woman in Miller, 2&3b !.. 5 2 3 2 1 Harrison Thurmond leaves his success and pje'asure BOND ELECTION TOMORROW ther, M. F. Herring, set a fine sale 4 2205 John Smiley of Kidd's Store, was ' property of all kinds to his wife, tended. The visiting qel'egas were every way. She is a decided and at Lewis, p Very little interest seems to be dinner. The sale made were as fol- in town early this week and says his America Thurmond, during her life, not so numerous as theworlcmerited. tractive brunette and is both pretty White, lb .".. 5 3 390 lows : aroused in the $200,000 road bond 1 0 5 0 1 . Mr. C. and popular and beloved by a host j Wilson, rf skunk ranch on Brush creek is a sure and makes her executrix. At her The absentees are election which will be held Saturday J. S. Murphy, gilt and four pigs, t " He alreadv has several varieties , death the order is made that the J. Nugent, Field Secfetary. for the of friends. Mr. Carter is the only McDougal, cf .... 3 2 0 4 1 tomorrow. The election has been n $12. property of all kinds be sold and division including Kentucky? Tennes- son of Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Carter, of Ramey 3&2b .... 5 1 2 2 0 located-ohis ranch. the subject of considerable converi G. B. Swinebroad, sow, $23.50. Mason Popwell, of Kidd's Store, the money equally divided among the see and Virginia and this city, and is a promising young J. T. Rigsby, sow, $26. 41 13 13 27 12 9 sation lately, but no organized effort was here Tuesday shopping. He has children, deducting $80 advanced to made a valuable address Wednesday business man, with a wide circle of .Totals sow and 7 pigs, been quite poorly for several win-- . John Thurmond, Theo Noland, S. H. S. night. He was expe'ctedSto speak sev- - friends. AB R H PO A E either for the bunds or against. them to have been made. Several $21.50. . t.ers. 5 A number of congratulatory let- J. Embry, If 0 0 appears eral times' thro the 'iu.j ,'following, citizens and taxpayers have written l gilt, $14. BIG MEDICINE COMBINATION Wm. Dunigan, 5 1 G. C. Dunn returned to Nashville but was called awayf unavoidably ters and telegrams were sent the Noe; rf cards about the question, which are J. H. Woods, Red Durop gilt, $15. Wednesday evening. He- came up to News comes from Louisville that j Rev. Greer undertbokHr. Nugenfs young pair by friends here who have Gover, 3b 4 printed as advertising in this issue of J. H. Woods, Red Duroc sow and attend the burial of his grandmother, Dr. J. J. Pursley, of Lancaster, j duties in addition tq his. own and 4 known them all their lives and who Perkins, c 9 the I. J. and will undoubtedly be 8 pigs, $51.25. i known all over the south as Dakota j charged the responsibility with great hold them in high regard. S. Embry, l&2b 4 last week. read by voters before they go to A. L. Thompson, sowT and 9 Pigs, C. Hill, ss 4 0 Cash, of Turnersville, ' Jack, the famous medicine man, has j credit. The presence ahd assistance James offi- $37. 2 0 0 6 0 1 the polls tomorrow. The same nassed through here Tuesday on his purchased a large interest in the big ' of local pastors. Revs. Walker and SALE OF HUSTONVILLE MILL Tucker, lb i cers of election who conducted the D M. Anderson, gut and 6 pigs, wa j.Q Liberty on business. medicine business of., Mrs. Charley Bruce, was appreciated. A number 2000 Acting for the Lipps heirs, Mr. W. Brown, 2b last November election are required $16. 0 0 of the of the suburban women 30 Sidney Brown and family spent Whitemoon, manufacturer of the D. Nave, has sold the Hustonville Shanks, cf to serve in this special election. Ii D. Anderson, sow, $25. r, 0 0 4 which was orig-so- church' supplied an abundant and de flour mill to C. N. Wilder, of Mercer Dozier, p Sunday in Madison county, with his famous is expected that the vote cast will G. B Swinebroad, 5 shoats, $30. inated by her late husband, Charley licious dinner greatlj enjoyed by county, who will take possession Clay Brown, at Harris' Flat. J J. H Woods, gilt, $12. . A number of people were sitting Whitemoon, the Cowboy Herbalist, all. 37 5 4 27 10 7 be rather light. Totals within a few weeks. Mr. Nave some . J. H Woods, gilt, $10.50 Double Plays Wesley to Miller; in front of Riffe Bros., store Wed- - The Whitemoon remedies are made time ago thought he had concluded LATEST WAR NEWS. A L. Thompson, 2 sows and 15 nesday night, when the eagle-ey- e McDougal to Ramey. Hit by pitcher of. at a beautiful plant on West Broad- - ARM BROKEN.- AT&BALL GAME. negotiations with another Mercer Without an agreement after two Powell Wtihers, young son of Mr. county party way, and Saler and Shanks. weeks of discussions the border conJ'"! $80 Cress, 43 hogs, at $8.85. j George Tucker noticed an object- patronage already have a splendid and for the sale of the mill, l John M. Withers, is, carrying but the deal- - fell through in some jn ajr which he supposjjjgjj Up and extensive advertising Miller, White, Shanks. Home-run- s ferences over the question of dispo-- year-old mare ed was an Henrv Hester, ? it carried a lignt arrangements, ur. rursiey nas a his right "arfnih.fSSliri-s- base- j?re.sult Avay." The sale of the mill has leen Miller 2. Struck out by Lewis sition of the American troops in the chase 1$br Villa in, ball field mule, $175. 9; by Dozier 9. Sacriiie hits Mc- -' El Paso yesterday, Mexico- ended at about six feet long, which was very fine business in this and other south' of an accident on the "and th whole mare bright, and another dim light could ern states and a combination of the Wednesday. Prescott Brown was made on a $7,500 basis. Mr. Nave Dougal 2; Gover. Passed balls Henry Hester, bought from Mr. Wilder a 250-acr- e matter was referred back to the remule, $130. G. C. two forces will' be a big winner in "knocking out flies" to the boys, be seen through a window. Perkins 2. Base on balls off spective governments for settlement ' W. H. Shanks, mare Riffe, 'anxious for his family to see every way. It is understood that Dr. when the bat slipped out of his hand, blue grass farm in Mercer at ?85 an 1. Stolen bases Wesley, Wil- through diplomatic channels. Conacre. cessions that had been favored by and struck young Withers on the arm mule, son, J. Embry, Dozier. Umpires the strange object, ran up home, Pursley will establish down-tow- n Gen. Obregon, the Mexican Minister pair W. H. Shanks, Saufley and Rice. Scorer before he could get back, it had fices in Louisville to handle the city fracturing one of the bones of the LOCAL FIRM SELLS FARM of War, were overruled by Gen. mare mules, $305. retail trade. His many friends here, forearm. The injury was given medvanished. Carranza, who desires withdrawal at The local real estate firm of a nearly and definite date. J. C. Eubanks, pair Mr. R. P. Anderson and bride where he has been a regular visitor ical attention at once, but the boy X Hughes & McCarty, sold this week, mare mules $350. McKINNEY TEAM WINS AGAIN. stopped off here Wednesday for a for a number of years will wish him will be unable to use the member for Infantry actions in the Verdun refor Elihu Miracle, his farm of about ' horse few days' visit before going to Pinej every success. W. H. Shanks, a few weeks. The McKinney baseball team de- gion have given way to artillery bom66 acres, south of Stanford to Mrs. $91. u- mule; ville where they will make their f feated the Moreland team, for the bardments, the most violent of WOUNDED WITH HATCHET. i Lee Rankin, yearling horse mule, ture home. TOURNAMENT AT LEXINGTON. W. H. King, of Illinois. She will get second time this season, on the which was directed against the 's positions in the Cailette wood Miss Esther Burch went to Lexing- possession January 1st, 1917. The $75. Lucy Brewer, who cooks for Sam T. W. Eads, formerly of this place, ground last Sunday afternoon French and their second lines on the right Shelby, yearling horse mule, but now located in Lexington, has Robinson, carries an ugly wound in ton Thursday to hear Ferdinand and price paid for the tract was $1,275. by the score Ike of 11 to 7. Ragged bank of the Meuse. the side of the head said to have Mary Elizabeth Matheny recite in SG2. n been the guest of friends and fielding by the visitors gave More-lan- d inflicted by a hatchefc in the C. E. Tate, yearling mare mule, tives here this week. The British Government in both a five run lead but during the Ihanrls of Jim Mitchell, also polor- - the declamatory contest, which will $103. Eugene Dunn has to keep a man ed. Some say Mitchell was drink- - i be held tonight for high school pu rest of the game they seemed to be houses of Parliament has come In its T. C. Rankin, yearling horse colt, in the field at night with his sheep , ing and others that they just had a pils. Sam J. Embry, Jae T. Embry, Commencement week for the Crab almost helpless in run gettng. The for much ofadverse criticism for and handling the Irish situation, "falling out" and Jim tried to ex- - Stith Noe an 1 probably a few others ,. i, $51. terminate her. No arrest has been will go over Saturday to represent Orchard Graded and High School be- ninth round opened with Moreland especially for the executions that . v. Hubble & Eubanks, gins Sunday night, May 14th, when leading 7 to 5 but the base-hit- s befollowed the recent uprising. Preot uuga. r uui iuwii J.rts quiLC a but tnere w,n he and facts jack, $305. ber of common curs that are a per-- j will be gotten at the trial, it is. Stanford High in the track meet Rev. J. M. Rogers will preach the gan to ring off the bats of the Mc- mier Asquith told the House of Comjen- - feet nuisance, and something should j hoped. which will be held on State Univer- baccalaureate sermon to the grad- Kinney boys and the game was soon mons that thirteen persons had been John M. Cress, sity grounds. They will be accompa- uating class at the Baptist church. put on ice. Baugh led off in the shot for participation in the revolt, net $35. be done to get rid of these worth- - j in but promised that jennet, less canines. C. Fox, nied by Supt. W. C. Wilson. J. j eral shoe and harness repair shop in On Monday night the 15th, the Pri- ninth with a hit to right and Dayton the case of murder charges would $202.50. Judge Baker of Knoxville was here the back room of Mrs. E. B. Powell's mary and Intermediate Grades will beat out an infield hit followed by a hereafter be conducted publicly. The "The Crimson and the Blue" at render an interesting program at the jennet, on business and returned home Sun-- . store and would be glad to have all J. C. Fox, fiveiyear-ol- d hit by Murphy which filled the bases. House of Lords passed a resolution 38-- 1 expressing dissatisfaction with the the Opera House, May 17. $30. j your work day. school building. Wednesday night, At this stage of the game, Epperson, administration of Irish affairs. Prein this line ShetJ. H. Woods, the 17th, a comic drama, entitled, j who has been managing tTie McKin- - mier Asquith has left London for J. Beecher Adams, the hustling Tomorrow, Saturday, May 13, will i SHIPPING OUT STUFF. land stallion, $51. Boyle County be held the Road Bond Election. We secretary of the new "The Dream That Came True," will ney team from the bench, went in Dublin to study the situation. Northcott & Tudor shipped out a Shet- Fair Association, came over with the have two good commissioners Paul Finch, be given at the school building. On as a pinch hitter and beat out an ind of eggs this morning and Reserved seats at Lincoln Pharmaland stallion, $50. High School ball team and pointed from this district to see how M.' Thursday night, the graduation ex- field hit which scored Baugh. DunWides, a Richmond junk dealer, cy for "The Crimson and the Blue." R. M. Blackerby, - the money is to be spent. So every-in- g ercises will be held at the Baptist can, the next batter up, after foulremained over until Saturday bo6stbought and is shipping two 38-- 1 j mare and mule colt, $226. church. Prof. Charles A. Keith, of ing off several of Peyton's curves the fair which promises to be a one come out and vote for the bonds of old he bought of W. B. Buciron horse great one from present indications. and let's have good roads. James Stringer, hanan and a car of rags bought of the State Normal School at Rich- hit one to center which scored Day- TWO YEARS FOR KNIFE USER. $81. mond, will deliver the class address. ton and Murphy and when all the Beech sold several shares of stock in j B. B. King was here Saturday Mr. C. C. Combest, who was here J. H. Lightner, of Cincinnati, 10- - the West End of Lincoln, while here shaking hands with everybody and various dealers here. The class consists of four boys, Eu- smoke had cleared away it was from Casey county today, tells the year-ol- d mare, $75. gene J. Edmiston, John W. Collier. found that McKinney had scored six I. J. that young Pemberton, who used and says Danville will have the big- - j looks like he was figuring on being t) 3 N Joe T. Embry, horse colt, $47. Joseph T. Edmiston and Bennie E. runs and he game. The batting of his knife with almost deadly effect something or other. srest and best fair in its history. a candidate for on Deputy his Adams, R. B. Woods, trotting mare, Sweet Dod(i skinner is at home from Vir- - j Mrs. S. R. Hanson, out on the Baugh, Jones and Murphy featured. county, was Sherifftwo years of the The regular services will be held Duke. given in Toddy, $225. i ginia for a few days visit with his Middleburg pike, went to Virginia at the Methodist church Sunday Last Friday Prof. Hatfield took penitentiary. His father, who held i Paul Finch, A laugh from start to finish is the officer while his son was cutting and sister. several days ago to be at the bed- - morning and evening at 10:45 and quite a large crowd of High School 38-- 1 him, is now on trial. land pony, $50. rs joe Welcher was buried in ' side of her father, N. C. Fugate, 7:30; Sunday school at 9:30; pupils to Brodhead to witness the the Senior's play. See it! W. M. Duncan, yearling Shetland j Casey county last Saturday. The who has been dangerously ill for play that was given that night by League at 7:00 p. m. WATT'S CHAPEL. mare, $51. funeral was conducted by George B. some time. His death is expected at Presbyterian Church, Sunday May the students of the Brodhead school.1 CLOSE CALL AT BALL GAME. Mrs. Green who has been ill with B. Dinwiddie, yearling pony, Pruitt of Moreland. J. One of the players on the Eastern pneumonia is a little better, but not anv moment. 14: Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Ser- - The crowd went down on a sort of $37. Marion Lipps of Danville, spent Mrs. J. W. Powell was again "hay ride" the good old fashioned Normal School base ball nine narrow- yet able to be up. pony, Saturday and Sunday here with rela- - ed to the bedside of her brother, ivice at 11 o'clock A Mother's kind T. B. Robinson, Everett Price, who lived near that you and I enoyed forty ly escaped very serious injury just Brodhead has moved in the Gutman Faith. C. E. Meeting at 7 o'clock. ' $30. 111, and is not tives. who continues quite at the start of the game between house. He will work on the Boone ears ago or less. Service at 7:30 o'clock. Farmer, Alfred j Carpenter-Robinso- n Circle expected to live. The June 1st has been decided upon the visiting boys from Richmond and Way. services at the Baptist Regular walking mare, $105 was entertained by Mrs. S. P. Ste- -' Mrs. Dorma (Uelsonl Gooch. of church, Sunday. Preaching by the as the date for the annnal banquet the Stanford High School team here Mrs. Orlena Mounce, of Williams3- A Walter Cowan, colored, coming C. her brother, phenson at her beautiful home, McKinney, was here Saturday evening; morn- given by the members of the Mason- last Tuesday afternoon. The play burg, visitedfrom Sunday to M.Tuespastor morning 'and Thompson, horse colt, $52. j Breezy Point, on the Middleburg pike ping. ing subject. "Take No Thought for ic Lodge and the Eastern Star, and er was named Saylor. He was first day. D. B. Morris, $86. Saturday afternoon. An interesting The Pendleton suicide on Brush the Morrow." June 2nd is the date f the annual man to bat and failed to dodge quick Misses Nannie and Eddie Bailey Floyd Reynolds, aged mare, $30. 'program was rendered and everyone Creek continues a mystery. Especial Mother's Day and Cradle banquet of the Odd Fellows. This enough when Steve Dozier, pitching are going to London next Monday mare felt that it was good to have been j Carroll B Reid ieft lasti Wednes-an- d L. P. Nunnelley, s. Roll Service will be held at Christian seems to have been a custom here for Stanford, shot over one of his to go through an operation for mule colt, $125. present. j day for Louisville. anfast balls. Saylor ducked in such church Sunday morning, May J.4. for the two lodges to have their Mr. Green and Miss Lee Rankin, yearling mare mule, Tbe school election at the school. John Averitt and wife of Brad- - This service will include both Sunday nual banquets and some lodge a way that the ball struck him on LeisureHiramthis neighborhood, Helen of were ?100- 'building Saturday was rather excit- - . forrlsville. motored here last Thurs- - school and church hour.. It is ex- "work" about this time each year. the back of the head. He dropped married in Mt. Vernon last Thurs- v v. y v C. R. Martin, cow $47.50; Paul ing, there being four candidates out day and returned home Friday, ac- pected that every mother will be Last year they, were both a success like he was shot and for a time it day. Newt Gutman left here last MonShorthorn bull, for trustee N. W. Hicks, A. J. Wed-- ! companied by Mrs. Averitt's sister, present with her baby to answer the in every sense of the word and this was feared that he was dangerously Finch, day to join his brother in Kansas. B. Dinwiddie, cow, $48; H. die, Chas. Wheeler, and Billy Rigney. j Miss Rose Yowell. $70; J. roll call of the Cradle Roll Depart- year both organizations are planning hurt. Prescott Brown took him to He expects to be gone the rest of town for treatment by a physician, the year. P. Long, cow, $36; J. C. Eubanks, Hicks won by a majority of three and Kex Keid lett tor his nome at bom- - ment. Special music has been pre- for a better one. Mrs. Charley Robbins has had a cow, $53; John S. Murphy, cow, $38; Weddle got over with a majority of erset Saturday morning after a pleas- pared. An appropriate sermon will Attendance at the Christian Sun- and later he had to be put to bed bad Dave Embry, colored, cow and calr, four. ant visit to relatives and friends be delivered and the day gives prom- day School last Sunday was 88. The at the hotel but improved sufficient- now. attack of asthma but is better $50; J. B. Dinwiddie, cow and calf,! j. w. Hoskins went to Merrimac here. ise of being full of helpfulness and entire school was working to have ly to return' to Richmond the next Mr. Geiszl is working about 40 Di W. Dunn has lots of cabbage inspiration. 100 in the school but missed the day. Had the ball struck him a few men on the road. The work is pro$51; J. H. Woods, cow and calf $71 ' Saturday' on business. Ed Wiatt has rented rponis of Miss and tomato plants now ready for set- Sam J. Bell cow and calf $68; J. T mark. Next Sunday is Mother's Day inches lower at the point of the gressing nicely and everyone in this Rigsby, cow, $36; J. T. Rigsby, cow, Mack X.ogan for housekeeping and 'ting out. Call and see him.. Sweet Hubbard, died at Tay-- and a special program has been ar- juncture of the neck and skull, it part hopes to see it completed beMrs. W. A. fore winter comes again. daughter is keeping potato plants in a few days will $50; W. H. Hester, cow $40; Perk his from ptomaine., poisoning ranged and another effort will be is said by those who know that it Misses Josie and Minnie Green Hamilton, Jersey heifer, $27; Sam J.J house for him. He is running a made to reach the one hundred mark. vmight have killed him instantly. for setting. caused by eating bad sardines. were .in Crab Orchard Tuesday. department has The Interior THREE WILLS PROBATED Bell, Heifer, $42; Ike Shelby, heifer $16; Sam J. Bell, heifer $58; Perk Hamilton, heifer $40 ; Perk Hamilton. W. H. Murphy's Last Testament Di vides Big Estate Among Heirs. five heifers $42.75 each; J. H. Woods i ' five steers at $47.50 each; S. T. Har- following wills were probated .T.I The !ri fnnr steers nf. SS7.2R enrh W. Williams, four steers at $72.25 at Monday's sitting of the county each; Richard Cobb, bull calf $42; 'court: That of Mr. W. H. Murphy, Mat Myers, three bull calves at which bears date of Sept. 16, 1912; S36.25: Mat Mvers two steer calves. Miss Louisa Bishop, made April 10, j t n, Pox throe hull calves at 1916 and Harrison Thurmond, col- 5Q each R L Hubble, 40 barrels ored, April 22, 1907. ?24 ' of corn at $4.05 a barrel; J. M. Rey- - j Mr. Murphy's last will and testa- nolds, 20 barrels of corn at $4 a ment leaves one-ha- lf of his personal barrel; T. W. Jones 30 barrels of nroDertv absolutely to his wife. Mrs. d corn at $4 a barrel. of Elizabeth Murphy, and ,- -. HANDSOME NEWd ATMtOGUES fr 'f.i WALTON TOO CLASSY PITCHING Just Issued lor Inf'T,his Bigft KBfftnr.lHant Parl-ytfSfte- . Popular Stanford Couple- Surprise Proves Undoing of Stanford Nine Friends by Wedding in South. Which Meats Second Defeat. 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BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY armed workman from the Applewaithe quIetlyspokeri" reply. factory. And the next moment she re"Then I guess you'll have to keep membered that this was the same man on travelin," announced Peggy as she who had tried to rob her father of his swung up the broken steps with aswork. And she no longer hesitated. sumed nonchalance, strode in through "Get out o' this .house!" she 'com- the door, and shut it after her. She manded. "And get out quick, or I'll stood there for several minutes before put a hole clean through you!" venturing to move. Then she silently For a moment Legar stared round-eye- d reopened the door and stared out, to at tho apparition confronting make sure that her visitor had taken him. his departure. Instead of catching "Now, my girl, I mean no harm for sight of the masked figure, however, you here," he tried to argue, as he felt she was a little startled to see the AUTHOR OF "THE OCCASIONAL OFFENDER," for the door behind him. d man push his way in "You mean harm for me father "THE WIRE TAPPERS," "GUN RUNNERS," ETC. through the bushes and once more and that's enough for me! Get out o' creep to the door where she stood. NOVELIZED FROM THE PATHE PHOTO PLAY OF THE SAME NAME here, and go while the goin's good!" "What did that man want?" quickCOPYRIGHT. 111. BY ARTHUR tTKINCtH. "Listen to me," persisted Legar as ly demanded the newcomer. SYNOPSIS. "I didn't wait to ask him," was the ite. She' hated the owner of the works, he backed through the door, "you're she told herself as she carried her fa- doing your father more harm, at this girl's retort. On Windward Island Palidorl intrigues very moment, than I could ever do "No, I guess this isn't a time for Mrs. Golden Into an appearance of evil ther's dinner pail to the factory the him." tord which causes Golden to capture and next day, and she hated the waiting," ruminated the other aloud. ture the Italian by branding his face and "I'll take me chance on that," was "And for that reason we'll have to foreman of the shaft room. She p.llldnri floods the is rrnaViirm- hie linnrt kidnaps Golden's little daughter turned to stare belligerently towards her retort. speed up that bargain of ours, and put land and "But you're losing your chance, the thing through tonight!" jiargery. iweive years iaiei m new imn. Anson Applewaithe, the immaculate a Masked One rescues Margery from Le-g" "Tonight?" echoed the girl in a whisand takes her to her father's home, son of the factory owner himself, as you're whence she is recaptured. Margery's he ushered into the room of whirring Legar did not complete that sen- per of alarm. mother fruitlessly implores Golden to find "Do you want to save your father?" their daughter. The Laughing Mask shafts and flying belts a small group tence. Instead, he leaped suddenly toatrain takes Marcerv away from Legar. of visitors. wards the girl with the firearm, for "I'll bring 'er," she announced with j Legar sends to Golden a warning and a young face soft- he had noticed her dress sleeve catch grim determination. Yet the Ishmael-likdemand for a portion of the chart or "I'll bring her, in the screen-doo- r Windward Island. Margery meets her ened a little as she looked at one memhook. This had re- even though I have to throw a string a fight bemother. The chart Is lost in sulted in the momentary deflection of o fits to start her on the way!" tween Manley and one of Legar's hench- ber of that approaching group. For men, but Is recovered by the Laughing one revolver barrel, girl of about twenty, that The Drums of Death. Mask. Count Da Espares figures in a dressed in black, whom young Appleand Legar'a long fingers had encomIt was not until Margery Golden dubious attempt to entrap Legar and claims to have killed him. Golden's house waithe piloted about amid the roaring passed that weapon before she could was seated in the is dynamited during a masked ball. Lelevel gar escapes but Da Espares is crushed In and clattering machinery and repeat- two it again. With a quick turn or landaulet that she found time to queshe had twisted it out of her hand. the ruins. Margery rescues the Laughing edly addressed as "Miss Golden," was Mask from the police. Manley finds MarThen he caught her by the shoulder tion the expediency of her midnight . He saves beautiful enough to bring a wayward gery not Indifferent to mission. Yet as she looked at the unher from Maukl's poisoned arrows. Man-le- y pang of envy to the breast of Peggy and swung her fiercely about. happy and hollow-eyegirl at her side fails to O'Mara. As she watched her eyes sudplans a mock funeral which "Now, my girl, I'm going to tell you accomplish the desired purpose, the capshe felt sure that her journey, odd as ture of the Iron Claw and his gang. The denly widened in alarm. For Margery a thing or two," said the man with the laughing Mask again frustrates the Iron Golden, in staring about the room, had revolver, stooping closer to her in the it had at first seemed to her, could not Claw. altogether a mistake. The girl was unconsciously moved closer to one of moonlight. "You think I'm an enemy be of your father's. But you're wrong. honest, of that there could be no questhe ponderous machines. There tho ELEVENTH EPISODE tion, for she had Journeyed many long was All I am is a treasury agent. And I've loose end of her motor-capmiles to restore a snapped at by a spinning cog wheel, as been wondering if you know how many to its owner. She trivial bit of jewelry had also refused to Saving of Dan O'Mara The a hound snaps at a bone. The next years it means for a man who gets accept money. She had even seemed thousand-dolla- r moment the whirling teeth had fas- caught in a twenty unwilling, after Margery had packed a Young Peggy O'Mara was troubled tened theihselves in the fabric of the coup?" Legar turned and nodded pregnantly large motor hamper with jelly and In mind. She had become suspicious garment edge, carrying it back beof her own father. On more than one tween the jaws of the twin cogs that toward the cellar where he knew milk and potted meats, to have that luxurious young lady venture so far occasion of late that quickly closed on the cloth and O'Mara to be. at such an hour of the night. Applewaithe works seemed to reach out for more. "You've nothin' on me father!" protoiler from the But Margery felt that it was a case had been viBited by a stranger who imAt the same moment that Margery tested the now terrified girl. "Nothing beyond the fact, of course, where the loss of time might possibly pressed the sophisticated young Peggy Golden turned about to determine the And an meaning of this sudden tug at her that he's carrying Kaisow wood away mean the loss of a life, and she was as anything but attractive glad, as they went humming out past Peggy argued with her- clothing, the alert-eye- d honest man, Peggy O'Mara from the Applewaithe factory. And the thinning lights of the city's reself, finds no need for stealing up to made an apparently maniacal spring why he's doing that you know as well motest suburbs, that she had not hesia house at night and closeting himself for that astounded young woman's as 1 do!" tated to do what she could to repay with its owner behind the locked door throat. ' A sob suddenly shook the meager her debt to the daughter of Dan spindle-legge- d of a cellar workroom. So the girl. With a quick jerk of her thin young body of the white-faceO'Mara. daughter of Dan O'Mara, watch- fingers Peggy tore the cape free where "For Gawd's sake, mister, gather me "Why are we stopping at the Appleing for her chance, decided to investi- it was already straining against the in if you want to! Take me, but don't waithe works?" she asked as the car gate. white column of its wearer's throat. send me father up! He's a good man. drew up beside the unlighted roadside. But the girl's chances for investiIt was not until Margery Golden at heart, and wouldn't so much as "Because me mother's here for the a saw the iron teeth of the cog wheels harm a fly.! You can kill me if you gation were limited, for Peggy was night," explained the wistful-eyegirl young housekeeper, with a swallowing up the last of her vanish-m- g want to, but don't be hard on me as she clambered down from the car, bedridden mother to look after as best cape that any inkling of her dangloom grateful for she could. Late one night, however, ger came home to her. Legar stood thoughtfully regarding surrounded the"You see, that already ma'am, they her. mystewhen Dan O'Mara had led his Margery Golden stepped back and her. put us out o' the house this mornin'! rious visitor into his cellar workroom leaned against a guard rail. Then, aft"I don't want to kill you, my girl. I and locked the door behind him, the er looking studiously at the slattern want to help you. And if you're willing So pop got the watchman here to let shoes and slightly abashed figure of her de- to take a turn at helping me. in a me mother sleep in one o the basegirl slipped off her broken-toement rooms." and stole silently down to that under- liverer, she opened her pocketbook move or two, I believe I could still mystery. "Will your father be here?" inquired ground chamber of and from it took out two or three neatthe somewhat bewildered young womear to the keyhole, ly folded bank notes. These she held make this thing come out all right." There, with her "You'll let me father off?" she de- an at her heels. she overheard enough to confirm her smilingly out to the girl with the manded. "I can get 'im, ma'am," explained darkest suspicions. She waited until broken-toeshoes'. the girl as she put down the hamper, "Yes." the mysterious visitor had stolen out But a quick flash spread over the through the house, with a parcel under usually colorless cheeks of Miss Peggy "if you'll just step in through that "Then tell me what I'm to do." "You remember that young lady at door." his arm, and then once more made her O'Mara as she backed determinedly way down to her father's workroom. away from the bills. "But who'll take me to where your the works this morning, who nearly got drawn into the machinery?" The door, this time, was unlocked. So "Don't you care to take them?" mother is?" asked Margery, gathering "The skirt with the starry eyes? up her skirts as she glanced into the she entered noiselessly and crept over asked the somewhat astonished young to where Dan O'Mara sat staring at woman in black. Sure!" dingy storeroom feebly lighted by its "Well, I want' to meet that youn& one dingy electric bulb. the wall with unseeing eyes. "No ma'am!" was the girl's almost "Pop, what're you thinkih about?" sullen retort. "I ain't earned 'em!" lady, in secret." "I'll be back in a minute, ma'am," the suddenly asked a tremulous voice "And where do I come in?" "But I rather think you have," pergirl replied, only too glad of any reaclose to his shoulder. "I want you to go to her house and sonable excuse for disappearing. sisted the other, still smiling. He swung about like a shot. "You see, you saved my life. And ask her to come to the sluiceroom of Margery, in the meantime, peered "What should I be thinkin' about?" surely you won't embarrass me by the factory tomorrow night." doubtfully about the somber building he demanded. "I can see that millionaire dame in which she found herself so unexarguing that it's not worth that "You're thinkin' about that man who much!" losin' her beauty sleep to beat it out pectedly a visitor. Along one side of v was down here ten minutes ago," was "I don't want your money," an- to a dye dump like this!" the room in which she stood she could up to you to take her make out dark masses of dye wood the girl's answer. "Then it's girl, putting nounced the sullen-eye"What man?" equivocated the cul- her hands behind her. But already there," was Legar's retort. piled as high as her head. Beside this prit. "But I ain't no miracle worker!" young Applewaithe was discreetly doshe saw, in the uncertain light, an "Chinatown Charlie." Legar drew back. ing his best to pilot his visitors away open pit filled with water. Into one "And how'd you know he's called from the scene. "Then our bargain is to fall side of this pit ran a cement-walle-d Chinatown Charlie?" demanded rebellioPeggy O'Mara stared after the de- through?" he demanded, with a head sluiceway, stained almost black, with us-eyed Dan O'Mara. parting group. So intently did she movement towards the cellar door. a watergate set in the upper part of "I know more'n that, pop,'' said the stare after them that she was oblivi"But how'm I goin' to make her its channel. The opening in the far girl, with a gulp. "I know that city ous of the movements of the come?" inquired the distressed girl. side of the pit, which was guarded by crook's ropin' you in for work I never man who had been stooping low over Legar arew out tne goia locKet wnicn j a heavv jron gr m as Djg as a park thought you'd do!" hfs machine, in a pretense of filling its he had picked up from the factory j gate led into a cavern "Work? What work?" oil cups. He crept out to where a floor. across which stretched a number of "There's a bunch of opium smug- small gold locket had dropped from "This dropped from her throat when i huge steel drums. Set in these drums glers got wise to the fact that the dye Margery Golden's neck during the en- you tore her cape free this morning. were rows of knife-edgecleavers. works is bringin in tons of that Kai-so- counter. He caught it up from the Take that to her. Tell her you'd found The polished surfaces of these great wood from China. And certain o' floor, looked at it for one short it after she left. She'll feel sorry for blades of steel shone ominously in the them blocks is goin' to come in hol- moment, and then slipped it triumph- you. In fact, you've got to make her low with secret marks, and you're antly into his pocket. After that he feel sorry for you. You'd better try aj Margery was still staring at the goin to dig the opium out o' them and stood behind his machine, well out of faint, when you're talking to her, and great drums bristling with cleavers hide it here until that hop runner for sight, watching the. girl in tell her you haven't eaten for a couple when with a suddenness that startled Chinatown Charlie comes and carries black as she stepped out through the of days. She'll try to give you money. her the electric lights were thrown on it away in a laundry bag!" factory door. His eyes, as he watched But you must tell her that your moth- across the roof of the chamber. She "Ain't your mother got to have med- her, were both calculating and sinis- er is worse off than you are." wheeled about quickly to discover the icine?" demanded her father. "Ain't ter. But the pallid-face"But s'posln' she won't swallow that cause for this. As she did so, an involgirl standing we behind in our rent? And ain't the so close beside him had no means of sob stuff?" untary gasp escaped from her lips. For company docked me ten a month since knowing standing beside the door, with his finthat this preoccupied and "It's up to you to make her. And ger man had me machine that workman who had the best way to get her out here is to still on the switch, the Iron Claw work taken away from me?" right band was Jules Legar, persuade her to fill a basket of food himself confronted her. lost his "But you'll have more'n your ma- long known to his enemies as the "Why are you afraid of me?" he conand wine and bring it back with her chine taken away from you, pop. Iron Claw. fidently purred. For the girl drew in her own car. She knows you belong You'll be queered with the company, slowly away while he as slowly folman, That mysterious for tamperin' with stock, and then the however, was destined to become bet- to the factory settlement here, and lowed after her, step by step. Then, she won't be suspicious. You do your bulls '11 get wise and send you up the ter acquainted with Peggy O'Mara work right, and you'll have her here with a movement that was feline in its river for smugglin'!" quickness, he flung out an arm and imagined. For that night, tomorrow night." than "I've thought that out, me gerll. I've when she uneasy-mindedelibgirl knew her the The youthful eyes which life had al- seized her. Then he turned her no love for goin' against the law, at father to be once more shut up in his ready left hard studied the sinister erately about until she faced the black-walleme time o' life, but I guess we've got sluiceway. But the girl shrank cellar, workroom, she was further figure in the moonlight. to take chances. We've got to, or g back. by the sound of stealthy disturbed "And when I get her out to that under for good and all! For I'm think- - steps across "Don't be afraid of it, my dear," he the bare wooden floor of sluiceroom, what're you goin' to do poor mother was right when in' your mocked as he led her forcibly, step by her home. She tiptoed out through with her?" she said there was no crime so black step, to the lip of the channel through the door, crossed to the cellar steps, man laughed quietly. which the mill water was curling and as the crime o' bein' poor!" The into the darkcrept silently down "But they'd promised to raise your and "That's something strictly between eddying. "In fact, I want you to look ness. pay, over to the dye works!'-- ' Bhe reher and me," was his calmly enunci- at it closely and understand it fully. There, vaguely outlined againBt the ated reply as he stepped slowly back minded him. door cracks in the wall shielding her and disappeared through the shrub- It's wonderful, wonderful for many "Instead o' which they took off me reasons. At the end of this sluice, you father, she could make out a stealthily bery beside the O'Mara cottage. machine and gave It to that see, is a log mangle. I have seen those knew that inquisitive figure. And she The girl stood staring after him knives shred a snitch who claimed I'd been workin figure timber in less no good to the house could mean against the company by tryin' to inwithout moving. So intently did she than a minute's time." of O'Mara. figure that vent a chemical color that'd soon be He turned and stared down at the silently up the broken look after that vanishing She crept sendin their old logwood plant f the steps again, as to her father's time-wor- n she did not observe a second figure white-facegirl, drinking to the full went scrap heap!" even more mysterious than the first, the dizzy wine of her terror, wringing from it took out a tool chest and as it slipped out of the shadows and a voluptuous delight out of her wordSilent as Peggy O'Mara remained somewhat rusty but ominous-lookin- g on the subject of her discovery, she stepped quietly up beside her. less gape of horror. Then the look on brooded long and darkly on this heav- revolver. d She turned with a start and stared his face suddenly altered, and he girl with the thick- The ier cloud that hung over her home and bodied revolver then crept back to- up at the stranger confronting her. wheeled about, still clutching the girl her father's good name. It haunted reached the And it did not add to her peace of close to his side. He stood staring at She her thoughts as she worked. It filled wards the cellar. when had saw a dark mind to discover that this stranger the door which he had locked but a top of she her blind young heart with a spirit of figure the stairs minute before. And his face suddenslowly emerge from the gloom. wore a mask over his face. revolt It converted her into a di"What Then a gasp of surprise broke from brusque d' you want here?" was her ly hardened as he saw the heavy Iron Ishmael- minutive yet lowering-browedemand. latch of that door move. her lips, for alio saw It was the one- "I'm looking for a young girl who Marectx. folloadne his..elanca. ala hacnsn.3 .to., .ha.. fax. trouble." wu tk one-arme- hard-voice- - ar e fair-haire- d ever-menacin- g suede-upholstere- d J. T. Castleman of Dyer, Tenn., suffered from stomach derangement3 for forty years, taking all sorts of medicine, following all kinds of medical advice. In all the forty yearshe said, he never had a real good day until he tried Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Then he discovered something. Let his letter tell about it- "The first dese of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy caused gall stones to pass from me. I am feeling much better than I have ever before. I am 64 years old and I had never before enjoyed one whole good day. "I would not give the one bottle you sent me for all the drugs and doctors' medicine that is made." 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 satisfactory money will be returned. For sale by Penny's Drug Store and all other reliable druggists. his-love- d John M. Casey, D. V. M. Veterinary Surgeon Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) Office. e Danville, Farris' Stable - Kentucky dope-smugglin- g ROWLAND PEAVINE No. 6053 Rowland Peavine chestnut stallion; star and snip, foaled May 14. 1912. Sired by Rex Peavine 1796. by 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 a beautiful chestnut with star and snip. Stands 15.3, weighs 1,050; four year old. As you will see rrom tne 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 ner day. J. C. BAILEY, Stanford, Kentucky Chief 2575. Rowland Peavine is debt-harrie- d 1 d hard-drive- n d d d Almont Dare 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 Mambrino 3715. he by Almont 33; 2nd dam Lady Davis, by Crit Davis, by Bourbon Chief; 3rd dam. Mattie S., by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, by Imported Glenco; 4th dam Bettie d one-arme- d high-walle- d 1 d w oil-stain- half-ligh- t. fair-haire- d d one-arme- d stoop-shouldere- d one-arme- d 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 caeap. One full brother sold for $3,600, and another reported sold for $1,500, and one sister, Toxv Dare offered $1,500 for. His 3rd dam could rack as fast as a good horse could run under whip and spur. He is a pretty bay 16 hand and weighs around 1,200 pounds. Goes 6 distinct gaits all good and fast. Pretty good breeding, don't you think so? Season 1916 at my stable, 2 2 miles from Hustonville, on Liberty Pike at $10 to insure a live colt. Money due when colt is foaled, mare parted with or bred elsewhere. Grass at $2 per month and all stock will have my personal attention, but will not be responsible for accidents. Correspondence and inspection invited. Will also stand my biff mule and jennet jack at $10 for female colt, or $8 for male colt. S. T. POWELL, Hustonville, Ky. 1-- by Cunningham's Copperbottom. CNOTE Almont Dare's colts from d d EASTERPRINCE 6636 For the season of 1916 I offer for public service, the splendid individual and royally bred young combined saddle 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 SANDlDGE,.Hustoavill ' one-arme- d one-arme- d six-inc- h d thin-arme- d The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May 12, 1916 HOGWALLOW NEWS Page Three USE JtTWYQI OUTSIDE t.ALv-- WHITE m-r- n Hi I. Pure Prepared Paint lowswuTpAiNTMrc '. llWlL.... Illll " ' Cricket Hicks says Gander Creek is so dry the fish can't travel without kicking up dust. At a magic lantern show at Tick-vilSaturday nijrht the curtain had to be hung up wh ropes as a picture of an elephant was shown. Fit Smith found a snake crossing the road the other day. It was a long round snake and answers the description of the one he saw last year, from a stay in the Tickville jail. He was dissatisfied there and says le Hog-wallo- w Wm Wfiik.ttl. I' Z11 nil vi iitl I It For Infants and Children. lfl?Iri1l The Kind You Have Always Bough! ZflO&jl ALCOHOL 3 PER CEN1 Acge(aLePreparalionrorAs-similalfiigideFoocfaMRcgula.-IwgUic . is good enough for him. Sun, rain and snow are just as destructive as fire H. & W. PAINT is just as important as good insurance. Good paint, properly applied, improves the appear-ianc- e and prolongs the life of any building. You cannot afford to waste time and labor in applying cheap paint that will not cover as far and last as long as H. & W. PURE PREPARED PAINT. Has been sold right in your community for 3Tears. elements. You protect your house against loss by fire with insurance why not protect' it against loss by other of property owners who have used our brand. ON SALE BY Ask your dealer about its quality and for names With a Mother to Look After. Watched "that'door."" And' when she isfacTion, he leaped over the inert heard the thump of a heavy timber on body of the Laughing Mask, ran to the its panels a new hope sped through door, and disappeared in the darkness. her. That hope equipped her with Had that flight been less hurried fresh strength. It prompted her to Legar might have observed that the struggle against the Iron Claw with eyes of the Laughing Mask were open, the utmost power of her desperate and the inert body, weak as it was young body. But her enemy, for all from the loss of blood from a flesh her efforts, was too much for her. Foot wound in the hip, was already by foot he forced her back towards fully gathering itself together for some' the open sluiceway. Then, with a mut- predetermined movement. That movetered gasp of finality and a sudden up- ment, wavering and unsteady as it ward heave of his shoulders, ho flung vas, took the crawling man directly to the girl headlong Into the water. the control board of the water mangle. As he did so the door burst open. There, by a supreme effort, he rafsed Peggy O'Mara, himself to his feet, groped about with For the heavy-hearteafter slipping guiltily away from the an unsteady hand, and swung back sluiceroom where she had left her the lever. quite unsuspecting victim, awakened The next moment the roar of the for the first time to the full enormity machinery stopped, the threshing of her offense. As she stood there in knives stood poised. But it had been the darkness, staring back at the dark only in the nick of time. For Marmass of the factory walls, the aches of gery Golden, who had clung to the remorse lay heavy on her young heart. sluicegate until its withdrawing bars She was standing there, with tears had compelled her to relaA he. last ot helplessness in her eyes, when a desperate clutch on its bars and drop figure stepped up to her. She would back into the black tid-- carrying her have fled, incontinently, at the ap- i closer and closer to those flailing proach of that intruder. But the blades of death, now caught and clung stranger held her with a gently re- to a graphite-coveredriving chain litstraining hand. And as she peered up tle more .hau a yard from the fore-aoat his face she saw that it was the nangle drum which towered man in the laughing mask. above her like an open iaw. And as "The righting of wrongs is a part of she clung there, a renewing wave of my business in life. Can I help you?" i hope swept through her body, for from The girl hesitated. f the sluiceway wall above her she could "Yes," she finally confessed, with a hear a reassuring if somewhat un-- ; burst of tears. And through her sobs steady voice calling down to her. And she brokenly recounted as much s that voice, she knew, was the voice she dared of that night's proceedings. of the Laughing Mask! But she continued to weep. (TO BE CONTINUED.) "And me father1!! he goin' to the pen for what I'm tellin' you," she wailed out in her misery. "He wijl not," avowed the Laughing Mask, with decision. "He'll have more than help before this night is over, and a better job and a clear conscience Defore another one comes! But tell me first where you left this girl you Drought out from the city? "Inside the door o' the sluiceroom Bed-Ridde- Cricket Hicks was over to see the widow in the Calf Ribs neighborhood Thursday. Marriage is sometimes a bad trade unless you get a farm to boot. A new map has 'been bought for the Wild Onion school house. A hole was found in it but the company wrote that it belonged there as it represented the Mammoth Cave. Fit Smith is on a trade for a The owner wants too much for it and Fit says he may only rent a parrot as his wife will be home in a few weeks anyway. Sim Flinders had the doeter to come from Tickville one night last week to see his wife. The doeter let his horse take his time coming as he knows he will never get any pay for gra-phopho- map S wrnariis aitdBowds of mm RggfgiiiitBiMMfl ProraolesDiiesfionJCfcerFuIness;ir.rl Rpstfnnfnlnsnpilhfr i Upnun.Mcrpnuic WOTJM ARC OTIC. ncn-xera- - Bears the Ay Signature of A A If fj$ In Rvp::07iDr!&12iriin!ZR Jhrpia Seat" JkicUcSM- :- ill fflU'! Ill iisriox&fcz Clnrifirt Smv . WemSai- lft a . Wstzptai Flarxr. nrfart'nnmoAiT flrYrfYmefina-- n THE LINCOLN PHARMACY, Stanford, Ky. No. 5132 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky, at close of business May RESOURCES Loans and discounts (except those shown on b) Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured, S30.00 U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulaton (par value) Bonds other than U. S. bonds pledged to secure postal sav- ings deposits 3,000.00 Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including 27,600.00 stocks) owned unpledged Subscription to stock of Federal Re, 12,100.00 serve Bank stock ; Less amount unpaid 6,050.00 6.050.00 ". Value of banking house (if uncumbcred) 1, 1916 $347463.41 , 30.00 100,000.00 d 30,600.00 6,050.00 10,250.00 500.00 8,900.00 Net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank Net amount due from approved reserve agents in 2,231.44 JNew York, Chicago and St. Louis .. Net amount due from approved reserve agents in 9,258.51 other reserve cities Net amount due from banks and bankers ( other than included in 10 or 11) .... Other checks on banks in the same city or town as report- Outside checks and other cash items 3,152.34 Fractional currency, nickels and cents' ... 262.44 Notes of other national banks Federal Reserve notes Coin and certificates Legal-tendnotes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer er Furniture and Fixtures the trip. , The Deputy Constable was a visitor at the Dog Hill church Sunday morning. He was looking for two or three violaters of the law. but they eluded him by sitting up close and listening to the sermon. Raz Barlow visited in the Calf Ribs neighborhood Sunday night. This is the first time he has been over there since the widow changed her mind the last time, and had a new fence put around her husband s grave. Ellick Hellwanger has swapped a blind horse for an open faced watch. Ellick is proud of the deal and is takiner the watch around with him wherever he goes. However, he will not start it to running probably before fall. The Old Miser, of Musket Ridge, was down at Rve Straw store this week pricing various necessities. He made several dollars by jewing tne storekeeper down and then not buying anything. While coal oil is up one cent he will use white rags to see how' to go to bed by. AN IDEAL SPRING LAXATIVE. A good and time tried remedy is Dr. King's New Life Pills. The 'first dose will move the sluggish bowels, EsoStr JStfrSfL Nonas.'LOiivuisuMs.i f 1 TTwg'tgn. r Jrv P5 tigs anuLOSSOrsmK racSinde Signature of q&0mK I I f W i use For Over . 13 ii,t.wv, l ? rl" V '. . ft II h. ivjyim. . . rvTATTn LiI.iliW .,.T PnMPATOfl ww imrTU 7 MrQ .. ' j,'i nnraiit..tcd undorthc toodlkiHin- "" .. s;:?. .:?S5A3S Exact Copy of Wrapper. 'iilm3 1 lifilfi THE CCKTAUB iWi U fit? ajgrigaaa m T1 l' LCT m W3 71 ggjAJUi mi aBErrr-TrRfNo. 278S ; Cf'kKf NCWIfCaX CITY. g REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL RESOURCES BANK $225,590.5 11.SJ2 At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky at close of business May 1, 1916. Loans and discounts (except those shown on b) Overdrafts, secured. $11.92; unsecured, none U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) Stocks, other than Federal Reserve Bank stock Subscription to stock of Federal Re4,800.00 serve Bank Less amount unpaid 2,400.00 2,400.00 Value of banking house (if uncumbered) . Furniture and fixtures Real estate owned other than banking house Net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank Net amount due from approved reserve agents in New York, Chcago and St. Louis 5,137.00 Net amount due from approved reserve agents in other reserve cities 19,278.39 Net amount due from banks and bankers (other than included in 10 or 11) Outside checks and other cash items 251.34 176.17 Fractional currency, nickels and cents Notes of other national banks Federal Reserve bank notes Coin and certificates Legal-tendnotes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer 11,489.95 1,433.31 - I 50,008. 00 d 3,414.78 1,325.00 220.00 16.301.50 4,000.00 5,000.00 $547,483.06 st I Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits Reserved for taxes Reserved for court costs stimulate the liver and clear the system of waste and blood impurities. Yoir owe it to yourself to clear the system of boily poisons, accumulated during the winter. Dr. King's New Life Pills will do it. 25c at your Druggist. 2,9li.G0 2,400.0(1 4,825.00 2,173.5ft 2,723.0-- U,500.(W ...... $100,000.00 50,100.00 10,912;29 1,334.35 8.97 12,255.61 3,812.84 - Kentucky Gentleman 5167 Why pay two prices for anything and goJO 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-thextremely 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 e 24,415.39 24G.fi paid Circulating notes outstanding Net amount due to banks and bankers in 29 or 30) Individual deposits subject to check Postal savings deposits Deposits requiring notice but less than Total demand deposits, Items 33, 39, and 40. $257,728.03. Certificates of deposit Total of time deposits, Items 41, Less current expenses, interest and taxes (other than included ! 8,442.77 98,400.00 atiiifil OF POULTRY er 427.51 555.00 100.10 9,515.6S 4,249.08 2,500.00 30 days 34. 35. 36. 37, 3S, 42, 43, $32,802.50 ' 9.76 246.165.17 674.14 10,S88.72 32.802.50 Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund '. 33S,9S7.9 $ 5Q,ftdQ-- there." $547,483.06 Total State of Kentucky. County of Lincoln, ss: I, W. 31. Bright, Cashier of the above-name- d bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the beat of my knowledge and belief. W. M. BRIGHT, Cashier Correct Attest : Subscribed and sworn to before '.' J. N. MENEFEE, me this Cth day of May. 1916. R. M. NEWLAND, ' Commission expires Mar. 20. 1920 Notary Public K W. H. SHANKS, R. L. HUBBLE, Directors No. 2917 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE At Hoeionvilie, in tie State of Kentucky at close of business May 1, 1916. RESOURCES Loans and discounts (except those shown on b) Overdrafts, secured 8289.73: unsecured, $5.97 . V. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par Subscription to stock of Federal Re4,500.00 serve Bank 2,250.00 Less amount unpaid Value of banking house (ifunencumberod) $182,514.56 295.70 50,000.00 v ,value),.. 2,250.00 : Net amount due from approved reserve agents 247.29 in New York, Chicago and St. Louis .... Net amount due from approved reserver agents !. 15,840.85 in other reserve cities amount due from banks and bankers (other than inNet cluded in 10 or 11) t .. 13.00 Outside checks and other cash items .!.. 193.07 Fractional currency, nickels and cents.t Notes of other national banks Federal Reserve notes Furniture and fixtures Net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank 2.250.00 2,000.00 800.00 3,200.00 16,088.14 1,699.89 206.07 2,875.00 230.00 8,401.00 2,360.00 2,500.00 $225,420.36 $ 50,000.00 .. Legal-tend- . notes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer er Total Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits ...... ; '.. . LIABILITIES ...., 1,076.25 paid ,. Circulating notes outstanding Net amount due to approved reserve agents in other reserve cities Net amount due to banks and:. bankers (other than included in 29 or 30) .,.- Individual deposits subject to check Total demand deposits, Items 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39 and 40, $96,327.33. -- Less current expenses, interest and taxes 6,139.64 24,000.00 5,063.39 50,000.00 t 5.64 24.00 96,327.33 $225,420.36 Total r State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: bank do solemnly swear I, J. H. Hocker, Cashier of the above-name- d the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. that J. H. HOCKER, Cashier Correct Attest : Subscribed and sworn to before EDW. ALCORN, me this 10th day of May, 1916. J. W. POWELL,' J. W. HOSKINS, JAMES H. YOWELL, Notary Public v Directors My commission expires Feb. 16, '20 God!" gasped the man m the Then he caught the spindle-leggePeggy O'Mara by the hand ana started for the shadowy pile of the on the run. "Quick!" he said as he ran, "show me the door!" The girl pointed it out to him. But as he ran up to it he found it Icckcl. He stooped and frantically caught up a piece of timber almost as long and heavy as his own body. Peggy O'Mara seeing that its d weight seemed more than he could i manage, promptly ran to his assist ance. "Now, come together," he said, "for we've got o Knock that door in!" Twice, three time's, they charged the door before it gave way. But the moment its panels crashed in the Laughing Mask leaped through the opening. As he did so he caught sight of the two struggling figures on the brink of the blackened runway. As he saw the figure of the woman flung headlong into the open sluiceway he leaped wilh a shout towards the man who stood on its brink. But that man, with a lightninglike movement, whipped a revolver from his pocket, swung'round on the intruder, and fired. The Laughing Mask wheeled half way about, staggered a step or two, and then fell forward on his face. The wide-eyePeggy O'Mara, following at his heels, saw both that fall and the fact that the Iron Claw had already leaped towards the control board of the water mangle. aloud, shrilly and belligerently, as she leaped for the man already before the control board. She caught at him, clawing at his upraised arm, fought him with every jot of her d girlish body. But she was no match for that determined and malignant opponent. The most she could do was to distract and harry him for a precious moment or two. Then, realizing she was a factor to be eliminated without scruple, he caugnt her bodily up from the floor, raised her above his head, and with a sickening thud, sent her body against the solid masonry of the factory wall. She lay there stunned, without moving, moaning brokenly with pain as Legar darted back to the control lever of the mangle drums and shifted that "Good 2S.vQ0.QQ mask. d BOURBON tac-tcr- y CUBE the throat of a caping chicken. Destroys the worms dOTsm hali-breathle- ss one-arme- d one-arme- d d Peggy-screame- thin-bloode- J lever to the spot marked ''start." The next moment he had thrown over tha switch of the sluicegate control. He ventured one triumphant glance in the direction of the whirring mangle knives and the Slowly, ascending gala. Then.. with a 'grimace ot cat. not take advantage of this great opportunity? and saves the chick's life. Almost everyone predicts that the A few drops in the dr inkier IXif. price of horses will be higher within water cures and next two PREVENTS DISEASE theKentucky years than ever before. Gentleman 5167, by For the treatment ot White Diarrhoea in chicks Chester Peavine 31S4, by Rex Pea-vin- e and Blackhead and other diseases in turkeys 1796; dam Flora Carter S419, Will ma'ie the BOURBON POULTRY OURE HAS NO EQUAL by Red Squirrel 53. season at my home, one mile from Ocic 50c bottle makes 12 qa'lonsof medicine. Stanford on the Danville pike, at Not responsible foi acci$15.u0. "I am a large breeder of fancy dents should any occur. poultry and show birds. I have been using Bourbon Poultry Cure for the j past seven years and never lose a VOLTAIRE chicken with disease, and I attribute my success to. the us-- of tliis won- -' 55140 derful remedy. Have cured several There is no doubt about Voltaire bad cases of roup and other infec-- . being the best breeding as well as the tious disease with it, therefore I best bred big horse in the county and speak from experience when I say it possibly in the State. Each time he cures. I heartily recommend it to my poultry raising friends in this "and has been shown he has easily won first premium adjoining counties, as the greatest first every yearand his colts have won shown. remedy I have ever used for the cure There has been they have been for big more demand and prevention of poultry diseases." horses within the last year than was Jno. O. Reid, Stanford, Ky.. ever known before. Quite a good many farmers have almost stopped Sold in Stanford by The raising horses and that is sure to make a demand for them. Nearly Lincoln Pharmacy every farm paper you see advises the farmer to raise bigger and better think right the Carroll Preston 4383 horses. s Iopportunity. now is your. Jaring iarmer good mares to Voltaire and you are coltI will stand this great sire and sure to get a good my - He will make the season at farm, one show horse for the season of 1916, mile from Stanford on the Danville at stable, back of "A. T. Nunnelley, pike at $15.00 to insure a living at the low figure of colt. Money due when colt is foaled. 0 $15.00 to Insure a Living Colt. J. NEVIN CARTER, Stanford, Ky. Money due when mare is parted with or removed from county. Carroll Preston has been before BOSSEAU the public long enough to need no extended description. He has proven I will stand my registered Perch-ero- n an exceptional breeder of high class stallion for the season of 1916 horses both, for saddle and harness purposes. He is in fine shape this at my farm, one mile east of on Stanford pike, at $10.00 season, and you will make no mis- to insure a living colt; money due taken in breeding to this great aniwhen colt is foaled or mare is parted mal. W. O .VALKER, Stanford, Kentucky with, or bred to another horse. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. TO THE .PUBLIC Bosseau is a grey, 17 hands high, I represent the largest and best weight 2,060 pounds; is recorded in clothing house iii this Percheron Society of America No. country Ed V. Price. & Co., Chicago 50162, sired by Plutarque 19879 111. My experience In measuring and (40714), by Maubant (5421) by directing the making of your clothes, Sandy 1930 (1079) by Nogent 738 gives me the advantage over one who (729); first dam, Moore 41530, by is not a nractical tailor. If you will Ulysse 11968 (18394), by Moutard give me your order, I will promise 3842 (2759) by Cheri II, by Cherry you a square deal. You will get the I, 2d dam Daisy (41529). worth of your money, either in the JOE cheapest grades or the higher priced. J Will also stand at same time and My SPRING and SUMMER line of place and on same terms, my mule samples is now ready for your in- - jack, Joe, at ?8 to insure living colt spection. Call and let me show you. Ky. H. C. RUPI.EY. The Practical Tailor. R. L. BERRY, HustoBviile, ! i Undivided profits G,71301 43G.30 Reserved for taxes 7,149.31 Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid 2,529.81 , Circulating notes outstanding Individual deposits subject to check Certificates of deposit due in loss than 30 dnya. Total demand deposits, Items 33, 34, 35, 3tf, 37, SS, 39 and 40, $172,520.19: Certificates of deposit -Other time deposits ., Total of time duposiis, Items, 41f 42, 48. $t4L-l?.it- . l Total $928J31.2t State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, a: I, H. C. Bausrhmr.n. Cashier of the above-nanM- fl hnnfc An ! l. that the above statement is true to the-- best of my knowledge nad M-ff-t-f H. C. BAUGHMAtf, Cshiei Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of May, 1916 W. M. BRIGHT, Commission expires Jan. 20, 1920 Correct Attest: J. S. HOCKER. J. M. Notary Public J S. T. HARMS, PETTUS, Directors i J ASTARQFH0PE v' A - y C0M-CEL-SA- R The Great Stomach. Fj'to- Kidney and Blood Remedy FOR i 5S SUFFERERS R00I5 HERBS l '0 . On Sale at AH Drug Stores $1.00 FOR THREE BOXES (- -' (tzf if IF? j&&2 Makes Three Quarts of Medicine LASTS THREE MONTHS Hus-tonvil- le, Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his same famous all over the United States and Canada. ) Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. Fer treatment of Human Diseases. Parsley's Indian Herbs 45 Days' Treatment, $1.00 - 25c Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c. 3 bars 25c made-to-ord- qr P1 DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR OF PUKSLEVS INDIAN HERBS All ON SALS AT The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga.. jWi t tc.&ss - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May f. ff 12, 1916 Condensed Report of The S. $1 Lincoln County NationalBank, OF STANFORD, KY., May 1st, 1916. ASSETS: Interest Bearing Obligations Due Bank $484,143.41 10,750.00 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures Cash and Due from Banks and U. S. Treas 52,589.65 seems to play exceedingly well. The Lincoln fiscal M. SAUPLEY. Editor and Proprietor court is- onjy "piking" at present, but it's doing mighty well at that a Yenr in Advance. Paper Stops "When along the road toward Crab Orchard. Time For Which It is Paid, Expires. The Interior Journal it plays "bridge" and Entered as Second Class Mail Matter. at the Postoffice at Stanford, Kv Announcements The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following: candidates, pubject to the Democratic Primary, August 5, 1916: FOR CONGRESS CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY Those fellows, The City Council of Shelbyville, voted to spend $1,000 for oiling the streets of that city. Wake up, MEN'S HATS. The time has come when you will want to take off that felt hat and don a new straw one. You want to keep that head cool and so we have prepared for you, and we want you to know that, as usual, feferl ,5v WVs f!M we have everything the season calls for.' Work Hats with wide brims, ventilated crowns, at 10 cts to 50 cents. Dress Hats, in the Yacht or Sailor style, at $1, $2 and $3, and a stock of Ottenheim Mr. Ernest Arnold was the guest of Mis. Stickler Sunday. Old Mr. Hildebrandt is very ill at this writing. The Ottenheim ball team is stepping down briars here on Sunday afternoons. They yiill play in the Briar Patch till the weather gets hot. Mr. Albert Stamply bought from Mrs. Stickler a fine cow and calf. Mr. Joe Busse and Mr. Earl Russell enjoyed their ride last Saturday, night. Mr. Frank Wentjes was busy for the past week planting corn for his friends. Mrs.Ludwig, who was visiting here left for her home in Cincinnati on the first excursion. Mr. Frank Wentjes was fishing along Frog pond, but only caught one large fish at the place of Mr. Schuler. Some of the young folks of Ottenheim were down on Buck Creek Sunday before last and spent a pleasant afternoon with Mr. Schuler and fam ' who are so keen to defeat Harvey Helm for nomination for Congress .should remember that every vote will be needed by the Democrats in $547,483.06 the Presidential election, and a hard bitter primary is not calLIABILITIES: culated to cement the party very closely.1 Danville MessenCapital, Surplus and Profits $158,542.77 ger. That being the ease, supCirculation 98,400.00 pose Congressman Helm gracefully Total Deposits 290,540.29 failed to announce. Helm has had the office almost a dozen years, and. $547,483.06 has drawn probably $100,000 in salaries, perquisites, etc., during his tenure of office. It would be a See Detailed Statement in Another Column. graceful thing for him to step down "Corner Next to Court-House- ." right now and let the people send that splendid young democrat ily. of Casey county, Senator Charles F. Montgomery, to congress without a A Happy Dream contest, and without a "hard bitter Has Come True primary" which the Danville Messenger seems to fear. Helm has certainly drawn all of the pecuniary Sufferers from Stomach Troubles emoluments which one political ofOF STANFORD, KY. Have Discovered a Relief. fice holder should reasonably expect as his share from the pockets of the To be a sufferer from stomach s, and can secure nothing trouble for years and to bear all the Under same management as The Lincoln County further in the way of political hon- torments that this all too common ailors. It would be a graceful act on ment causes, and then to be benefitNational-Ban- k, is now ready to serve you in the cahis part, indeed, and we suggest that ed almost over night, is like having the Danville Messenger think over a happy dream come true. pacity of EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, GUARthe matter along these lines, instead This has been the pleasant experiDIAN, TRUSTEE, Etc, at the office of The Lincoln of worrying and talking so much ence of thousands of former sufferCounty National Bank. about the "fellows" who, it says, ers of this dreaded malady, who have "are so keen to defeat Helm." We taken Tanlac, the new deconstruc-tiv- e "Corner Next To Court House." shall, however, be glad to discuss the tonic, which aids nature to requestion further with our good store the stomach to the habit of dofriends of the Messenger along any ing a full day's work and doing it STILL PUSHING OIL QUESTION. half the cost of oiling the streets, lines and to any extent they choose, well. they were unable to secure any if our argument herein is not sufThe present day mode of living has At a special meeting of the Stan-;b' agreement from the City fathers at ficiently illuminating or conclusive. raised havoc with stomachs. A tired TnrH CAtv c.nnnrW mllprf nt tV rp. Sure, let's not have a bitter primary overworked stomach or kidneys, l l ueparunem. 01 ii.. this meeting. A cummiLLee comnosea .' firfit. sav we. too. Let's not have abused by too much or too hastily we uie questoi at. ivic tCouncilmen O'Bannon, W. B. Hill W.oman's Club, it was decided to of any opposition to Senator Montgom- eaten food, and our other faulty and E. L. Reinhart was appointed by ery and there won't be. make a thorough investigation of methods of living, cause an endless Mayor Florence to confer with the number of ailments, among them be the oiling question before taking any complaint, kidney trouble, steps about the matter. The ladies Stanford Chamber of Commerce toThe Elizabethtown News says that ing liver catarrhal affections, dyspepsia, nerurged that the council agree to pay night, to discuss the matter. when the Hardin fiscal court meets vous breakdown, lost ambition and Manilas, Porto Ricans, Leghorns, Bankocks, Panamas, In The Very Newest Shapes. rjT jjgTN ' The Lincoln Trust Co. Capital, $25,000. From this stock we should suit and fit any man. It is Straw Hat Season and Straw Hat Weather. We have what you need, t from a Work Hat to a $5 Call and see these Hats. Ten-CenPan-ama- v. tax-payer- McROBERTS & BAILEY, BOND ISSUE READ THIS AND VOTE! Lincoln county has an assessed valuation of $10,000,000.00. The levy for road purposes is 25c which yields annually about 25,000 for road purposes. This money is expended for the purpose n- - maintaining about 160 miles of pike and about 500 miles of dirt roads, which $9,-00- STANFORD A-WORD ut ! j- - --- , The Time HasC ome To lay aside that rus- v A ty Felt Hat of yours and get under a new w STRAW or PANAMA Never in the history of our business were we so well prepared to supply your needs in this direction. We are featuring the largest and most varied line of STRAW GOODS ever brought to this city, including all the newest things in troubles. People so affected, and there are thousands of them in cities like Stanford, are loggy and nervous and easily tired. They ae worn out after a little exertion, and are moody and depressed. These are sure symptoms of overworked vital organs, which need cleansing out and regulating. It is for just these conditions that Tanlac has proven beneficial. Men and women in all walks of life are daily acknowledging the benefits derived from this Master Medicine. Tanlac has become a household word everywhere it has been introduced. Its records for sales has by far excelled ;those of any other proprietary preparation ever known in the annals of medicine. Its success is based on merit alone. Its best advertiser is the former sufferer who has been relieved. The laboratories are working day and night to supply the great demand which has been created by Tanlac throughout the country. Its instant leap into popularity in this section has been marvelous. n men Nervous, tired out, and women, or those suffering from stomach, kdney, liver, intestinal or catarrhal troubles should visit Penny's drug store, where the Tanlac man will explain the merits of this wonderful reconstructive tonic and the results that may be expected 38-- 1 from its use. obtained at the folTanlac may be lowing nearby cities: Moreland, Abraham Minks; Hustonville, Adams Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-burMiddle-burJoseph McWilliams; W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros.;. Brodhead, John Rob-binJunction City, Reynolds & Evans; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; blood, run-dowg, g, s; Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son. Bang koks, Leghorns, Baliluks, Mada gascar's and Truciolas REMEMBER, we fit the Face as well as the Head Parks & Hendren Co. INCORPORATED OPERA HOUSE PROGRAM. Friday Pathe Iron Claw No. 11 "The Saving of Dan O'Mara." Heine and Louie Comedy. Saturday A Message for Help war drama. "It Almost HapPathe pened" Nestor Comedy; News- No. 25. Weekly Monday Pathe Neal of the Navy No. 9 "The Yellow Peril." Silent Luke Comedy. Tuesday Paramount Featuring John Mason and Hazel Dawn in "The Fatal Card." 2-r- - Style Leaders DANVILLE, KY. AT NIGHT Painful, annoying bladder weakness usually indicates kidney trouble. So do backache, rheumatism, sore, swollen or stiff muscles .or joints. Such symptoms "have been relieved by Foley Kidney Pills. Henry Carmi, III., writes: "Since taking Foley Kidney Pills I sleep all night without getting up. Sold. everyv where. t.k t WAS TROUBLED -. Ru-dol- p, includes culverts and bridges. The county proposes to issue bonds- amounting to $200,000 'for the purpose of constructing and reconstructing roads. Under the State Aid plan the county will receive after spending the $200,000, S100,000 from the state. This money may be Used either for the purpose of retiring the bonds, or to construct or reconstruct more roads. Lincoln county proposes to retire the bonds with State Aid, and thus leave an obligation of only $100,000. When the money received from FOR SALE Three first class Ford the bonds has been spent we have HELP THE KIDNEYS touring cars; one equipped with elecevery main road in the county either tricity all over. At a bargain. See built or rebuilt. This means that Stanford Readers Are Learning W. L. McCarty, Stanford. 38-- tf we have reduced the road mainteThe Way. nance in the county by about HEMP SEED. It's not too late for some years to come and to plant hemp seed and we have some It's the little kidney Ills materially reduced maintenance for good seed left. I can furnish them The lame, weak or aching back all time to come. within 24 hours at $6.50 a bushel. urinary disorders The unnoticed This $10,000 previously spent on may lead to dropsy and Sample seed at Interior Journal ofThat the roads can now be used to pay Bright's disease. fice. 3. P. Jones, McKinney, Ky. interest and retire bonds. Thus asWhen the kidneys are weak, suming the interest on the bonds to Help them with Doan's Kidney FOR SALE. 20 nice young Jerbe 5 and it may be less, this Pills, sey cows; thirteen fresh and others makes the interest on the bonds outA remedy especially for weak kid- soon to be; also 20 nice young Jerstanding Then suppose neys. $5,000. heifers. sey one and $5,000 worth of the bonds are reDoan's have been used in "kidney Will sell worth the money as I am tired each year. This means that troubles for 50 years. tired of milking. Walton E. Moss, we pay the first year $10,000, the Endorsed by 30,000 people en- Lancaster. Come, phone or write. next year, because we have retired dorsed at home. 37-- 3 $5,000 worth of bonds, interest ist Proof in a Stanford citizen's stateonly $4,750, and so annually the in- ment. terest is reduced $250. Thus we are STRAYED From my farm one Mrs. J. M. Lunsford, R. F. D., No. allowed to spend in years to come 4, Stanford, says: "One of my fam- red sow, weighing about 250 pounds more money on the roads as main- ily was troubled by dizzy spells and with four red pigs. Some of them tenance increases. weakness of the kidnevs. This one with white markings on face; about The issuing of bonds then merely t,d backache, was verv stiff and suf-- two months old. Fisher Herring, means that the county is anticipating ; fered from severe pains across the Preachersville, Ky., P. O. address: 37-- 2 Revenue, it is mortgaging a portion loins. Doan's Kidney Pills gave re.-li- Crab Orchard, Ky., Route 2. levy. Not the county, of the road from the first. There is no kid- nor property as many think. ney trouble now and we feel that the ' LOST OR STOLEN. Two 1,000 The question arises: Why does cure is permanent." to 1,100 pound steers; out of our the county have to vote a bond Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't lot near Marcellus, about two weeks issue? It is necessary, because con- simply ask for a kidney remedy ago. $25 reward for them or $50 struction work must be done on a get Doan's Kidney Pills the same reward for them and conviction of large scale in order to accomplish that Mrs. Lunsford recommends. thief; liberal reward for any inforanything. ' Take for example the Foster-Milbur- n Co., Props., Buffalo, mation about them. D. F. Rankin, case of a man who wants to build N. Y. 38-- 1 37-- 3 Marcellus, Ky. a home. He has only enough money each year to build a wall, or finish one room. Yet he has credit. Would it be wise for him to spread out the construction of his house over a period of ten years, when he could borrow money and build all at once? If he did spread out construcAnd nowhere can you secure finer tackle of tion over a period of ten years it more when comwould cost 50 all sorts than we are showing this season. We plete, but the chances are it would when he never be complete, because a thoroughbred fisherhave everything was ready to put on the roof, the foundation would be gone. man could wish for. Come in and look our So it is with your roads, they must be built or rebuilt continuously unstock over before you plan your fishing trip. til complete, or they would never be finished at all. Suppose the court levied a 30c road tax, only 5c more than you now have. This yields $30,000, $lO,Q00 is used for interest and sinking fund, STANFORD, KY. leaving $20,000 for other roads in the -- county. After the main roads p. $10,-000.00 two-year-o- are rebuilt, State Aid still continues. 'CENT- ADS Based on present revenue, Lincoln County receives each year over 0 THE Graduating Present what from the state for road purposshall it be? Visit the jewelry store" es. This is her apportionment without a bond issue. With her bond is- of W. H. Mueller, who will be pleas38-- 2 sue she may receive each year 2 ft ed to show his line. of the entire road fund. With $20,000 left in the road fund FOR SALE. Pure bred yearling after interest and sinking fund Jersey bulls. F. Reid, Stanford, 37-- 4 have been set aside, and with $9,000 Ky. State Aid you have $29,000 with which to maintain and construct miFOR SALE A 1915 Ford tournor roads in the county, and also ing car in perfect, running order. maintain the roads when they need Carpenter & Campbell. Phone 141 it. 37-- tf or 261. Stanford, Ky. Thus you are building your main roads, still maintaining and building JUST arrived a handsome lot of minor roads and yet have only inj new style Panama hats with white creased taxes .05c. wings to match. Miss Ella May And remember, a road once well JS-- 1 built or thoroughly reconstructed in Saunders, Stanford. its entirety is much easier to main tain than one which has never had) BLACK BULL. I will stand my i thoroughbred Black Aberdeen Angus the above treatment. bull for this season at $2.o0 at the I "PRO BONO PUBLICO' gate, with return privilege. Jas. M. 3o-4(adv-lt- ) Uover, Stanford. ld ef THE FISH ARE BITIN' that Penny's Drug Store iftf . u--t ' I The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May 12, 1916 Condensed Statement of Cabell Woods is clerking for E. B. Campbell. W. O. Walker is spending the day at Richmond Dr. E. J. Brown has returned from a fortnight's stay in Philadelphia, and Washington, Dr. C. The arrival of a baby in the krtiisrnnM Joe S. Rice went to Louisville this completely changes the entire aspect of me imurc. But in the afternoon to" spend a day or so with meantime, during the his old friend, Col. W. F. Sheridan. anxious period of expectancy, there is a Mrs. J. C. Reynolds and little splendid remedy known daughter have returned from a visit as "Mother's Friend" thst does wonders. It to relatives in Covington. is for external use, reMiss Hattie Greene of Lexington, lieves the pains of X.' Home The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky., Made to the Comptroller May 1, 1916, RESOURCES: Celebration of Wonder Interest W. L. McCarty and son, Mke went to Louisville , last week and brought back a couple of new Mc-Cart- y, cars. John H. Woner went to Mt. Vernon Wednesday to install the box ball, alley the Bailey Garage sold to J. E. Thompson, of that place. Fox--d ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure much to the gratification of her power to lead souls to Christ. many friends. Dr. Burdett Ramsey and wife $230,956.48 Loans, stocks and bonds Rev. F. W. Burnham, president of came Saturday from Chattanooga, 50,000.00 the American Missionary Society, de- where they have been spending the U. S. Bonds livered an address at the Christian winter, and are now at their old 9,521.54 Banking House and' other Real Estate an interest. home section near Paint Li-- !: in east church on Sunday evening. 48,509.18 Cash and Due from Banks Mr. John M. Carpenter and niece, Garrard. Mrs. C. H. Carter is in receipt of Miss Faye Tudor, have returned from The Lancaster Woman's Club has $338,987.20 Total, sad news from her niece Miss Ro- St. Cloud, Florida, where they spent held its last assemblage and rendered its last program, having completed its berta Mills at Mt. Sterling. The the cold season. young lady fell and broke the nerve LIABILITIES: The Garrard democrats will hold a literary course as outlined in its year in her right arm and is in a critical convention at the Lancaster court book. It will resume study after the $ 50,000.00 Capital Stock condition from it. house on Saturday, May 20, to se- summer vacation period, with the 33,119.50 lect delegates to. the Democratic following officers serving: President, Surplus and Undivided Profits i State convention to be held in Lex- - Mrs. H. Clay Sutton; Vice President, A Lincoln county man in 206,667.70 Deposits West End this week saw a train load ington on "Wednesday, May 24. Tha Mrs. Tt Johnson Price; Secretary and Mrs. Harry Jacobs and children, HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES EN- - of 23 cars, all open cars, go south, apportionment of one delegate for Treasurer, Miss Helen Gill; Corre49,200.00 Circulation went to Henderson Wednesday for each car filled with automobiles. He each 100 votes cast for Wilson for sponding Secretary, Mrs. W. M. El TERTAINED. $338,987.20 Total, a two week's visit to her mother and was informed that four other trains. President entitles Garrard county to liott; Press Reporter, Mrs. Robert L. sisters. On Tuesday evening, May 9 th, the all loaded the same way, had just twelve delegates. Elkin. , Misses Margaret and Georgie 1916 graduates of the Hustonville passed through also. Mr. A. R. Denny and Mrs. Mattie Rev. S. H. Pollitt, Messrs. W. A. Frances Pendleton, of Bowling High School, together with their usha M- - Mount atDuncan were recent visitors in StanDickerson and John Green, arrived today to visit their ers, were entertained at the Ice R. G. Bratton, of Hubble, who has tended the Methodist Conference at ford and were guests of Mrs. Kelly aunt, Mrs. Bud Holderman. ' Cream Parlor of Adams Bros., by been laid up with a broken right an- Moreland. Francio just before here departure May 12th, 1916. Little Miss Mary Pennington, Misses Beecher and Prille Newbern, kle, ever since a horse ran away Sanitarium at Mr. W. A. Spieth, one of the pro- for the Hazehvood daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. E. D. Pen- of Hustonville. As a guest, and as with him and ran a slide over him prietors of the Lancaster Tobacco Louisville, they with her many other The stockholders of tLie State Bank & Trust nington is quite ill with what is fear- one wbo has been present on sever- in February, is able to be out again, Warehouse, arrived from Louisville Lancaster relatives and friends most ed may prove to be typhoid fever. al similar occasions, I must say that and got to town for the Embry sale where he had been under treatment ardently hope that the treatment at Mrs. J. W. James, who. has been it was the best arranged of any of Wednesday, to the delight, of his in the Norton Infirmary for five that institution will soon restore her dividend a Company are hereby notified in Chicago, has been spnldihg a few its kind that I ever attended. Though j many friends. weeks. His estimable wife accom- to the best of health. A number of Lancaster Christian panied him, and they are again makdeclared, and is days the guest of her sister, Mrs.- simple, it had everything that worn- has been of Ten John A. Haldeman, before return- anly touch and good taste could give Railroad men report the biggest ing their home at the Hotel Endeavorers went to Lexington Fri." her home in day to attend the opening session of and it. The decorations, uut ui credit in the First National Bank ing toSteplcn Burch CraD Orchard. green, perfumed by the white fra- uubiuess of the oiumuiu unit un uns Professor Henry Lloyd, of the Un- the State C. E. Convention assembnow to Mrs. sweet division L. & N., during the Buchanan lias gone to Crab Orchard, where she grance of "Lillies of the Valley," month of April, ever known in the iversity faculty at Lexington, was ling in the Blue Grass capital. Wo subject to their checks. is visiting Mrs. John Buchanan. brought out the class colors in a very history of the local office. Prosper- here the first of the past week try- have several Christian Endeavor orSunday's Courier-Journa- l. unique way. ity is right, and business is getting ing to make arrangements to spend ganizations which hold their weekly FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Friends here 'have received handWe spent a pait of the evening in better all the time. Hurrah for Wil- his summer here, he to be accompa- meetings and are most zealous and some engraved announcement cards a very interesting little contest, son. nied by his family. One object of his enthusiastic in their C. E. obserX 9 Stanford, Ky. telling of the birth on May 6th of which consisted of taking the word sojourn here will be to look after the vances. Miss Margaret Lester Jones, to Mr. "graduate" and making as many difMrs. Elijah Ford was hostess at a Rev. 0. P. Bush and family were farming interests of his mother-in-laand Mrs. Ruel Anderson Jones, at ferent words as possible, using only returning from the creek last Monsocial Mrs. J. M. Frazee, of Maysville. most unique and olden-tim- e therr "home in Cincinnati. The proud the letters contained in this word day evening, when the pony they His wife is well known to Lancastri- gathering last Thursday evening, at Miss ETi7.ahe.th lEldnidge .spent sev- father will be Temembered as Dr. R. and only as often as each appeared were driving became frightened and ans, having made extended visits her home on Richmond avenue, the Personal eral days in Lexington with friends. A. Jones, formerly of this city, who in the word. Two very handsome ran away demolishing the buggy. here when designated as "Miss Fan- affair being so properly designated ihas made a fortune out of his inven- prizes were awarded, one of which They were all thrown from the bug- nie Frazee," being a granddaughter as a "Quilting Bee," the invitation Attorney J. N. Saunders atended tions. May 13. The Beulah "Walker was given to Miss Lyda Weddle, the gy, but fortunately none were seri- of the late Circuit Judge Samuel list including about sixteen industriLondon Thursday. Mesdames W. M. Bright, Sr., and .other to Mr. Oris Barnette. ous young seamstresses; the piece of Circle 'voll meet rath .Misses Maggie federal court at ously hurt. Columbia News. Lusk of this place. Mrs. A. S. Price went .to Lancaster W. M. Bright, Jr., gave a delightful Jones at .2:30. af- patchwork engaging the attention of We also had with us Mrs. A. J. Adand Khne Mrs. Jack Adams is at home, four-cours- e dinner Thursday for Miss ams with her Victrola and lovely seneedle-plier- s was of quaint and May 17. Senior iClass Play set op-e- .Thursday to .visit .relatives. Dan Traylor, who has been in fee- - ter having been called to Atlanta, by the Mabel Blackerby, of Falmouth, she intricate design, the patterns com- Paris .attractive guest of "her brother, Mr.-R- . lection of records. It( would be use- health for some months, has just re- - the fatal illness of her grand-daug- h Mr. Willie Pepples left far 'house. M. Blackerby, and Mrs. Blacker-Ib- less to 'try to say how. much enjoy- t f.nrnpfl from Snmprspt. vvIipvp hp wpnt ter, Mrs. Clay Driscoll, whose death bining two shades Wednesday .whereJhe has accented a of yellow and .. ..May 16- - Mrs. G. IB. Cooper will v... v...r.uv. .....-' Those present were : Miss Eliz- ment "was derived f refnv the rich, jiosition. .The green. - was due to acute indigestion to consult the famous negro physi centertain tthe Rook 'Club. abeth HiggiEs and ."Jack Rout, Miss Reid Conwa.y .and Robert JSTunnel-le- y, Sallie Mills Cra3g .and Will Yager, onellow music we heard. And to cap cian, Dr. John S. Anderson. He deceased was well known here as of Hustonville, spent the day Miss Elizabeth Matheny and Thomas "the climax of this most enjoyable treated Mr. Traylor for a nervous "Miss Nellie England," her picture Mrs. W. L. McCall spent Wednes-da- y Bright, Miss Elveree Cobb and Rich- evening, we were served to delight Wednesday, .here .with friends. glatl to appearing on the society page of the his with friends at Brodhead. ard Cobb, Jr., Miss Ruth Darnall ful ices by the Messrs. Adams Bros., trouble andthe friends are home Courier Journal last spring, as a 3Irs. J. B. Willis, of Crab Orchard and William P. Grimes, know that latter returned Dr. A. S. Price is spending a few Jr., "Lancaster visitor." Her death is passed thru here Wednesday en Josephine Carpenter and Sam Miss whom we all know understand their greatly improved. Emdays .with liis brothers in Garrard. i unutierauiy ibusiness along this line. The guests sau, in uiul sue was u bry,, .Jr. route to Lexington. "Hubert Carpenter went to Louls--vil- le present were: Misses Nancy Wedhappy bride of a few short weeks. More-lanA new story going about town is Miss Mary D. Hanson, near Thursday afternoon for mans What was designated as a "Busidle, Nell Allen, KEEPING UP TO THE MARK Martha Tucker, amusing. It is about a group of has gone to Hansonville, Va., 3Iax.well and iQakland cats. to visit their .old .Tiome. "Spring fever" is not always a lOneita 'Shewmaker, Roberta Blain, New Yorkers who agreed that a pen- ness Men's Dinner Conference" was D. Wiearen was at Mt. Ver Jesse Weddle; Messrs. Julia C. Rifle, alty of five dollars should be imposed . held in this city last Thursday eve Mrs. James Rogers of Crab Or- joke. If you feel .dull and lsuggish, Wednes- - chard, was in town shopping Wed- - tired and worn out, suffer from i. F. Steele, Dodd Skinner, Horace upon the man who in the course of ning at the Rex Theater building. sion .on insurance business backache or weak back, rheumatism, jiesday. sore muscles, stiff joints or other in- IRiffe, Reid Conway, William Nave, conversation should attempt to talk About sixty invitations were issued -C E. !Bower attended the Master Mrs R L Davison and Misses dication of kidney trouble, it will 'Carl Allen, Ray Murphy, Jesse Lair about his business. Willis L. Moore, for the occasion which was arranged Pkrmbere' Meet in Louisville this 3Iayme c. straub, Margaret Davison, pay yau to investigate Foley Kidney and Oris Barnette. "A GUEST." of the Weather Bureau, who was for the discussion of the extension Pills. They arc highly recommended weak. one of the group, said nothing un- and improvement of the work of the .Nancy Hunn, Ruby Hilton were an as prompt and efficient aids to Men's Christian Association. Mrs. J-- B. 31ershon, of Somerset, rviUg Thursday. Heard About 1 own til it was time to go home, when he YoungTaylor, of Berea College, C. A. health. .'Sold everywhere. is visiting lier daughter, Mis. A. C. H. E. Dan-Hichirped "Good night," and they fined Mrs Ernest Cartwzight, of Tevebaugh, City Work Secretary, dDe, Virginia, is the of ler The Pulaski county $300,000 him. New Salem Mr. and 3Irs. TVoH Severance left . bj.other 3ir. Charlie Pendleton, and and S. A. Harris, State Boys' Work road bond issue was held valid by the Court of Apeals Friday. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Swaim, of Lex- Secretary, were the guests of honor. Shelby Thursday jnorn- - grandmotiier, Mrs. M. .J. Withers, by auio for Rev. X. G. Martin filled 3iis reguington and Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Wieck . ing to visit 31rs. Severance old . The telephone controversy which Jga Tucker returned from lar appointment here Saturday night One of our u& f, 5 iILHf' JEr Be sure to see the brilliant class who have been making headquarters has been agitating Lancaster people flaltoes-ih- c Jiome. f; her .home near Cedar Creek to be and Sunday.. There was a large play of the Seniors Wednesday evehere for several weeks, have gone to for some time has been temporarily Dr. J. F. Peyton went to litmis- - with 3Irs. Joseph Coffey :again. Mrs. crowd attended meetms- he,r'e Sun. punch tvilhoui V ! vjJj&Ur 38-- 1 .day. ning. Danville, where they will be located settled, an application for injuncville Wednesday afternoon to at- - Cflffe centimes verv fli. Mr. Oscar McGuffey while the reconstruction work on the having been made before Judge tend the meeting of the State Rail- Mrs SalKfi R Sajjfley, of Knox. from Indianapolis, Ind.las returned John Fields is now a traveling Cumberland "Telephone Company's tion way Surgeons, of which he is one. Charles A. Hardin, at Harrodsburg. js the xuest of her v1 ren Har salesman for the Mrs. Mary Sims and Miss Joe T. Embry, chief bookkeeper dauhtel.f 3Irs. G. L. pcnny, and son, McGuffey of this place attended Neta vester Co., having International place lines is continued in this section. Mr. to compel the company to reconnect secured the tha Swaim is chief electrician and Mr. those subscribers who had been de of the Auditor's office at Frankfort Rowjm Sauflf meeting at McKinney last Sunday. of assistant to Hugh M. Noe. Wieck foreman of the construction nied service, and to restrain the came over to attend the sale of the Mrs. Luke Dunn of ML Saiem, Ernest Lawrence, of Kissimmee, personal estate of his father, the Jate Florida on of w. P. Lawrence, has visited her parents, here Sunday. The luncheon and smoker which crew. Both gentlemen and their company from further disconnecting Several from here attended .ser- was to have been given at the Prin- families have made many warm the patrons. Upon the hearing of S. J. Embry, Sr. been vijjug his aunt, Mrs. R. G. vices at ML Salem Sunday night friends while here, who will regret the case, which was argued by J. E. Stratton, sear Babble. Mi. James Griffin and wife were cess tonight by the Chamber of Com- to see them leave. Robinson, G. B. Swinebroad, and H. I never worn The Flor-shei- m Mrs. Alice Pickett, who has been the welcome visitors at Mr. Mack merce to boost the fair has been -tmmmmm. ?j C. Kauffman for the people, and L. Sever-HElliott's Sunday. 0T postponed to a later date. UOlflS avith her daughter, Mrs. Will Shoe, come Zo Mrs. May Smith of L. Walker for the telephone compa. A9f I sance, some time, returned to her ited her sister, Mrs. Mt. Salem, vism Lancaster us let us show you AS gj Pime Auston ny, Judge Hardin decided that the IIIIII MaglC jhojtne in Shelby Thursday. the season's styles Sunday afternoon. telephone company had no fran Mr. Maury Sims and Mr. Thomas j t. ;. caiawm, oz iticnmona, was Best were in Moreland last week. Judge L. L. Walker has been to chise by which try them on we'll be j SEVERE PUNISHMENT it had a right to mainSimplest Com Cme in the World Ho over for the Embry sale this week Martinsville, Indiana, on a recuper- tain its business in the town, glad to assist you in ifi Mrs. Etta Stapp spent Sunday at but was Pain, Mb Fuss. New, Stue Way. i and was the gnest of his sister, Mrs. Golden Dawn Springs. ative sojourn. every way. h on the streets by a voidable conWhen corns make you almost "'die W. H. Shanks and Mr. Shanks. Miss Stella Griffin was the welMr. and Mrs. Alex Walker presid- tract, wheh licensed it to conduct its your boots on," when you've with You'll be surprised tc $ "aTe fVifltev and aaugnter, come guest of Miss Maud Sims SunIttrs- Of Mrs. Chappell, of Five Tears' ed at an elaborate 6 o'clock dinner business in the town, but which consoaked them and picked them and' Singleton, of McKinney, day night. them, when sliced Mrs. Bettie find such perfect fit last Tuesday in compliment to the tract could be terminated at any are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom er, Mrs. BelleT. Sims visited her mothand exceptional com- - 2 Standing, Relieved by Cardni. bridal couple, Mr. and Mrs. Harry time by either party by gving reaMrs. M. Reynolds, at Stanford Good. Monday. fort a pair of Flcr-- 3 Tomlinson. sonable notice to the other. He held John McRoberts, who has just re- There must be something awful sheims on your feet Mrs. Ben F. Hudson entertained that as long as the Bastin Telephone ; turned to his home in Lancaster attractive at Mt. Salem, as Mr. Sam will bring you 30 much Mt. Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chap- - the Mite Society of the Presbyte- Company occupied the streets it from a college of pharmacy at Louis- Estes has been going over there satisfactiop Jfc-- t rian church at her suburban home on would be required to give service at quite often. the 9 fielKof this town, says: "I suffered tot ville, was over with his uncle, H. J. with womanly troubles, also Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Edgar Smith and Mr. Herbert price $5 the rate of $1 per month to all sub will McRoberts and faniily Thursday. Estes called on some girls at Duncan stomach troubles, and my punishment Miss Mary Doty is on a visit to scribers who desired service, and by seem small in cosz- - s?i was more than any one could: tell. Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Welburn re- Saturday night. kinspeople and friends at Big Stone judgment ordered the company to reI tried most every kind of medicine, Mr. Ed McGuffey and wife have parison. turned Monday night from Millers- M Gap, Virginia. but none did me any good. connect the subscribers who had they saw their daugh- - moved near Stanford. burg, where Mr. John M. McRoberts is at home been refused service, and not to dis Oar aim is fa mcksz'cc feci I read one day about Cardui, the woter, Miss Edith Welburn, graduate u All of the securities and jewelry, man's tonic, and I decided to try it. 1 for tbe summer from Louisville, connect any other subscrbers. The "at home" hare. with the best ekecs in music from Millersburg Female valued at more than $600,000, stolen had not taken but about six bottles until where he has been pursuing a course plaintiffs in the case were G. M. Lythat the money cci nzc; from a registered mail wagon in New I was almost cured. It did me more Institute. in pharmacy. ons, D. F. Sanders, J. R. Mount, J. Messrs. Gil Cowan, of Hustonville, York, have been recovered and the good than all the other medicines I had PHILLIPS Miss Webb, musical instructor in F. Holtzclaw, and J. W. Smith, su' and E. J. Tanner, of McKinney, who men involved arrested, according to tried, put together. Federal officers. n,TT nm. At Ati wnn.f.Tt My friends began asking me why I the Lancaster school, entertained the ing for themselves and other citizens Removes Them the New.DcacLSure Way? were accepted on the federal jury at iooh-eso wen, ana l loia.jnem aooul members of her class last Tuesday of the totvn. The telephone compa& PHILLIPS ' salves, and tapes, bandages, and London took the train here Monday Cardui. Several are now taking it." afternoon. d ny will probably carry the case to the Deafness Cannot Be Curedv plasters that make corns Stanford's Biggest and Do you, lady reader,, suffer from any have only made your corns grow to resume their duties in Uncle Sam s by local applications, as they cannot reach the Miss Lillian Cochran has returned Court of Appeals. just faster,flrri.T-- hold your heart a moment courk diseased portion of the car. There Is only one of the ailments due to womanly trouble, Best Store tht- on1 Put two (Irons war ta cure deafness, and that Is by constitution The officers of the Lancaster such as headache, backache, sideache. from a very pleasant visit to her "Gets-It- " Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pruitt, of al remedies. Deafpess Is caused by an Inflamed sleeplessness, on the corn, it dries of and that everlastingly tired former schoolmate, Miss May Akers Christian church have already en mucous lining vi me cusiacuiun or this tube Is tndstockinffon "it corn Moreland, visited their daughter, condition Wheniaer or ImperfectInflamed you have a feeling? The Tube in the Louisville vicinity. gaged the Rev. C. S. Brooks, of hearing, and when rumbling sound corn is doomed. It makes the Mrs. W. D. Welburn this week and It Is entirely closed Deafness Is the result, and K so. let us urge you to give Cardui a The Chautauqua Circle was enter- Portsmouth, Ohio,- to hold a revival come off clear and clean. It s the new, taken out and unless the Inflammation easy way. Nothing to stick or press attended the Sunday School Insti-o- n this tube restored to its can be condition, bear trial. We feel confident it will help you, tained on last Wednesday afternoon normal .. of several weeks here this coming the corn. Tou can wear smaller , lule .at ne Mpthndifit phurrh ing will be destroyed forever; nine cases oat of just as it has a million other women in No shoes. You'll be a at the residence of Mrs. Alex Wal- - autumn. The opening service will ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but the past half century. pain, no trouKe. Accept no substitutes. ; Mr. Will Givens attended the Em- - an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. y. yot,J ker, by. Miss Bettie. Robinson, a mem- - be held the last week in September, "Gets-It- " Begin faking Cardui. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case is sold by druggists every- that of Deafness (caused by or sent where. 25c a bottle, Chicago, direct by bry sale Wednesday and Miss Bettie cured by Hall's Catarrh catarrh) Send cannot ba won't regret it All druggists. Der oi tne nign. school faculty. or the first week in October. EvanCure. 111. for circuE. Lawrence & Co., Paxton returned "with him to his lars, free. , Mrs. J6e R. Mount, who .has been gelist Brooks will- come with hierh m Sold m Stanford and recommend- -' cnntc WrUtu: ChattanoocalMUcln-Co.Ladles home for a visitt0 rs' Advisory DU ChaKtnoogs. Tan., for Sttcia, quite ill at her home on Lexington ed as the world's best corn remedy, testimonials as to his ability as a pul- - j jf auiui uf viusiiisiT, i". ' Imtructitnx on your ease and Cvpage took, "Home v.Givens. '" " by the Xincoln-PharmacJXake Hall'a Family Pills for constipation. TreaaBeotlorWoawo." to plain wrapper. M.C. 124 avenue, is reported as convalescent, pit orator and his zeal and spiritual - muscle motored over Tuesday and spent the socthes night with her aunt, Mrs. Tom Good. nerves, extends its influence to the internal Little Miss Jane Murrell Foster, organs and removes to daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Fosa great extent the tendency to 'vorrv and an-ter, has been quite ill for several prehension. It is a natural treatment. if.days Avith colitis. for the mother, has no drug: effect whatsoever and for this reason must exert a most Mr. and Mrs. Bohon Campbell are upon those functions receiving the congratulations of their beneficial influence with motherhood. In di-a rectly connected very interestins book the sulitwt U frpr.iv many friends upon the arrival of andiscussed and a copy will be mailed free to other little daughter in their home. all expectant mothers by Brad Held Regulator Ewalt Givens is back from Akron, Co., 406 Lamar Bdg., Atlanta, Ga. Get a bottle of nf nra Ohio, where he has been working druggist. "Mother's Friend" tnd. will then Use as directed and you in a big tire factory. He says that Know why mothers foft nearly half a century have used and recommended this splendid aid he will return this fall. to motherhood. Their letters are messages Miss Florence Spragens is spend of cheer, that breathe comfort in even' word. ing a few days as the guest of Mrs. W, W. Saunders and Mrs. W. L. Hustonville Mc-Carry- tourJohn B. Foster sold the ing car which he purchased when auctioned off by Earl Withers April 29th, to R. J. McAlister on the Lanexpansion, caster pike out of Crab Orchard. and quiets the m No Alum No Phosphate N. M. Elliott, of the State Inspector and Examiner's office, is here this week, checking up the offices of the different county officials who handle funds in which the state has t"-- .e that Per Cent iheir Ken-garlan- and w, and Socal ra y. -. -- -- d, ( ''ifm - J-.yda T-- jg - PKr 'I -- if you have II flm tlin f Hj MI n;j Mi UciS'll -- I corn-swelli- ng c.-:e-? rp-plyyo- n a II pop-eye- o WoVr y-walker. - to-da- ,., - y - -- " tay ..! VHP), - C V b Vvl Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, May 12, 1916 COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM Crab Orchard High School, Thursday Evening, May 8, at 8 O'clock, at Baptist Church 1 SINCE TAKING PERUNA I can say my bowels are much more regular. My heart is stronger. My appetite is much better. My .throat is much better. Mrs. William H. Hinchliffe, 20 .Myrtle St., Beverly, Mass., writes: "I have taken four bottles of Peruna, and I can say that it has done me a great deal of good for catarrh of the head and throat. ' I recommend Peruna to all sufferers with catarrh. I do 'not think I ever felt much better. I am really surprised at the work I can do. I do not thjnk too much praise can be sa for "I PARIS GREEN ON LETTUCE DON'T SUFFER ANY Causes Poison Scare in Garrard Long To Be Remembered. : MUSIC Invocation Salutation An Aim In Life A .' Rev. L. D. Gooch MUSIC MUSIC ' .". ;...Eugene J. Edmiston John W. Collier Joseph T. Edmiston Bennie E. Duke Prof. Chas. A. Keith Prin. U. G. Hatfield Beauties of Nature The Hand of Destiny Presentation of Diplomas Class Address -. .- ......' MUSIC MUSIC ' BENEDICTION 'THE DREAM THAT CAME TRUE" A Comedy-Dram- a in 3 Acts School Auditorium, Wednesday, Evening, May 7th, 8 O'clock, Crab Orchard, Kyf 1 Peruna." Those who object to fluid medicines can now procure Peruna ' Tablets. CAST OF CHARACTERS Nan Worthingfbn One of the People Gordon Clay Foreman of the Works Margaret Byrnes loyal and true Mrs. Jenkins keeper of the boarding house Angelina' Maud her dauehter jJack Brown a cub reporter Miss Louisa Hawkins one of the boarders Florabel Mullins a poetess Miss Mehitabel Biddle a suffragette Bobbie Byrnes averse to college women Emmy Lou Norton fond of fair tales Nora a maid Delphine Norton a college graduate : Peggy Gilbert a Browning fiend Billy Best captain of the Varsity team Mrs. Allaire the chaperone Doris Hall an athletic girl Lord Algernon Reginald straight from 'England Mary Gray .Bennie Duke Ethyl Geiszl John Eva Hilton Eva Geiszl Joe Tom Edmiston Mary biler Josephine Smith Tom Hays Bronaugh Sara May Pettus Eva Geiszl Ellen Moore Irene Manuel Sam Perkins John Eva Hilton Patience Edwards Eugene Edmiston Jack Collier Sallie Bogie Charles Norton owner of the works .. PROGRAM 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 Of Prmary and Intermediate Dept. Crab Orchard School, Monday Evening, May 5 th, at Eight O'clock 1 housewife in this town keeps her kitchen. Carrie Martin Prior to Miss Belle's Appeai'ance Boys The Merry Farmer's Squire R. Cummins A Negro's Account of the Prodigal Son Girls Churning Song Primary and Intermediate Grades The Doll's Symposium Good Night Song Welcome Song By School Stop In Here 6 PROGRAM Hustonville Graded and High School, Thursday Evening, May 2th, 1916. 1 and get a thirstquencher; then take a pail of cream or sherbet home to the family. The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. YOU SHOULD HAVE A BOTTLE OF .. Chorus1 Maybells Galop Piano Trio Gencvia Carson, Elizabeth and Alma Leigh Duet Flower Song (Lange) Josephine Myers, Flonnie Carson St. John Streabbog Martaine The Polly's Bend section of Garrad county had a "poison scare" last Sunday which will cause it to be "Feel Like a New Person," remembered vividly, and when two little shavers are old men they will says Mrs. Hamilton. not have forgotten a circumstance of the incident. Early that morning I. D. McMutry New Castle, Ind. "From the time I was eleven years old until 1 was seven made an examination of his lettuce teen I suffered each patch to see if plants were big enough month so I had to be for a dinner mess. He was startled to in bed. I had head- observe that the leaves were dusted ache, backache and with Paris green. Back at the house remembered such pains I would he told his wife, and she spring had that the bottom of the cramp double every peculiar green cast. After an exam-a month. I did not ination there, Mr. McMurtry embracknow what it was ed the suspicion that an enemy had to be easy a minute. "planted" poison for the family. Fe j Au l " Lumen My health was all immediately communicated with Cap run down and the tain V. G. Mullikin, Lexington dedoctors did not do tective, who gave out the following -- " Tw me any good. A information on his return. Taking two of his bloodhounds Capneighbor told my mother about Lydia tain Mullikin made a quick trip by E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and automobile. The dogs nosed footprints I took it, and now I feel like a new about the lettuce bed and took a trail person. I don't suffer any more and I which led to a weed grown fence cor am regular every month. "Mrs. Hazel ner. Crouching in the overgrowth, Hamilton, 822 South 15th St. their arms about one another and KX1 I kr.ow vhst i: vcJi jOCl mean to go heme vr i'.cut UOf When a remedy has lived for forty sobbing like hearts were breaking were two little chaps sons of the KJfeQ it. Mcthcr no- - t take KjOj years, steadily growing in popularity home, nine and twelve years old. and influence, and thousands upon The detective saw the story long thousands of women declare they owe before they were able to tell it. He OCj wholesome, tr.- -y t;k- - tgjgQ their health to it, is it not reasona- made the n father promise ble to believe that it is an article of on his church letter that he wouldn't punish the boys, and the truth came great merit? The lettuce bed foot you want special advice write out.the tobacco bed. was at the seen If They had of CALUMET to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine their father using a blower on the Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass. tobacco plants, and observed that he g&l Baking Powder Your letter will be opened, read had not treated the lettuce. If the and answered by a woman and Paris green would keep bugs off of held in strict confidence. tobacco it ought to be used to pro aid you'lnc ergo POO tect mother's lettuce, was their Teas' bo, they just QO raet is the wcr'd's fcQ PROFESSIONAL AND oning. themselves. , used the blower a bit Sunday morning-- when the excit-meBUSINESS CARDS about a posion plot broke they wanted to confess about the lettuce y fO'Q Received Hichesi bed, but the discovery at the spring. DOQ AVer Cj1 ! PQl them that something JAMES C. FLORENCE convinced happened with which terrible had they Agent for would be connected. Every other boy The Germania Life Insurance Co., except G. Washington would have of New York done just what they did gone into Office: No. 26, Lincoln Bank BIdg. seclusion until the storm abated or 33-8- p Stanford, Ky. there were developments to acquit them. Upon making an examination at CHAS. HART the spring Captain Mullikin found DENTIST that the green cast was the harmless Somno-forA modern equipped office. and necessary property of green clay. anesthesia and orthodontia a He soon convinced the frightened particle of that specialty. Phone 33, Hustonville, Ky. familygreen there wasn't asave at the on the place Paris lettuce and tobacco beds, and that no enemies were lurking among the T: W. PENNINGTON, the river cliffs. He also made so remarks about two boys being worth DENTIST a million dollars apiece in any market Myers House Flats Stanford, Ky. in the world, no matter if they had Phone: Office 240 Res. 165 caused a little trouble all of which was sincerely appreciated by the youngsters. With a nation that there was going to be family prayers, he J. B. PERKINS swung his dogs ino his machine and DENTIST Rooms 28-2Lincoln Bank Building left a happy group ati the stileblocks. Phone 214 STANFORD, KY. MORE" n LarS3 awe-strike- fg Sf If aj nt m llNii Cheap and big canBakingPowders do not saveyou money. Calmnetdoes h'sPure and far superior to sour milk and soda. 9, W. W. BURGIN RHEUMATISM ARRESTED CRAB ORCHARD WATER Conceit trated. in your home at all times. Get rid of the habit forming laxatives and cathartics. Break away from the patent medicine habit. Use Nature's own remedy for Stomach and Liver Trouble. Physicians, Nurses, Druggists people who know, use the mineral water treatment because it is the better, safer way. If you are subject to Stomach, Liver or Kidney Trouble send One Dollar today for a thirty day treatment of this famous water. It is sold under this guarantee: "If it doesn't help you when taken according to directions your money will be refunded." Send a dollar today for a bottle Grandmother's Drill Song Eight Little Girls Weaver Third and Fourth Grades (a) (b) Vacation Zu Zu Band On On Away MINERAL WATER SALES COMPANY CRAB ORCHARD, KY.. faryflffiWtwmiBarii Young Men's Caps Newest Spring Shapes and Patterns. W. E. PERKINS, - Crab Orchard Oliver Liebierre Ruby Spears, Ruth Spears Edith Barnette Reading Sister's Wedding .". H. Engleman Lights are Lov.... Duet When the Roberta North, Leverda North ' Third and Fourth Grades Play: Busy Morning Felix Burns Duet Flowers of the Forest Mary Reynierson, Ruth Fields Third and Fourth Grades Play: Cinderella Act I. Scene I Cinderella's Home. Scene II Prince's Home. " '" Act II. Scene I Cinderella's Home. Scene II Prince's Home. t Act III. Scene I Street. Scene II Cinderella's Home. . Edward Hoist Trio Dance of the Demons Shewmaker, Anna Lutes, Ruby Ruesell Elsie ' Harry K Bechtel Solo Drifting '" Glara Nunnelley Ten Girls .r. Merry Old Maids Willis : '. E. Dorn Solo II Trovatore Elsie Shewmaker Five Girls Pantomime: Old Kentucky Home Fi nis Duet '. DENTIST Many people suffer the tortures of Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays lame muscles and stiffened joints because at Crab Orchard of impurities in the blood, and each sucThursdays, Fridays and Saturdays ceeding attack seems more acute until at Stanford rheumatism has invaded the whole system. Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding To arrest rheumatism it is quite as important to improve your general health as to purify your blood the cod liver oil r, in Scott's Emulsion is nature'sgreat while its medicinal nourishment Dealer In strengthens the organs to expel the impurities and upbuild your strength. Cemetery Hill, Scott's Emulsion is helping thousands Stanford, Ky. Phone 164 Closed on Saturday every day who could not find other relief. Refuse the alcoholic substitutes. STANFORD, KY. HARRY JACOBS Fine Monumental Work SEE THIS ENGINE! blood-make- White diarrhoea is an infantile disease of chicks. It never occurs in chicks that have been thrifty thru the firsr month or two of baby life. There are many deaths in the brooder which are ascribed to white diarrhoea, but which may be directly traced to , over overheating, lack of ox- -, ygen, chilling and getting smothered ' to death in the crush. Call and investigate the merits and GRAY ENGINE W. K. WARNER'S Plumbing, Tinning and Heating. E. Main St. Stanford Phone 1SS price of the at juutcnei B rn Livery and Auto Service Trousers Why they are better. Double wear in every pair. All wool. They never rip; nev i er shrink, and are cut to fit f.fv. fee. iir'.KmM Sk. any shape. The reason w you don't wear Dutchess Trousers is because you are fooled into buying a cheaper pair at the same DuTCSss price. Come and let us show you a line of DUTCHESS TROUSERS that you cant find every where. Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Buggies; Open Day and Night. Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Trial, We Will Please You. H. H. Carter, Manager. Phone 5. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES Seed Corn -- Of the Hustonville High School, Friday Evening May 12th, 9 6 Program. 1 1 Daily Except Sunday Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at Low Charges O. L. MINKS, Proprietor rzxzzzz Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford M.3mm, MS-W- AT- W. H. HIGGINS. Silage Corn that grows three to seven Ears on the stalk. Tennessee Valley Red Cob with White Grains. Also Strawberry Red. J. L. Beazley & Co., J. C. M'CIary March (op. 199) Misses Anna and Marie Floyd Salutatorian "Heroism in History" Mary Oneita Shewmaker "Spirit of Inquiry". Oration Jesse Lee Lair Theodore Lack Piano Duett Valse Arabesque Bobby Tucker, Margaret Powell .Work and Wait Essay ". Nancy Wilmoth Weddle Education Essay Roberta Bruce Blain Our 'Nation Tomorrow Class Orator Julian Cabbie Riffe Springtime of Youth Oration Carroll Reid Allen . Class Song (tune Juanita) Nancy Weddle, Oneita Shewmaker, Julian Riffe, Oris Barnette Preparedness Oratipn Oris Francis Barnette Valedictjory Invocation Piano Duett: . Rev. A. H. Baugh Carl Bohm 1 AT YOUR DRUGGIST. FARM LOANS CONTINENTAL Fire Insurance Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle D. A. THOMAS, Phone 80 1 s V&-- We are sole agents. Per Cent ROBINSON'S,STANF0RD We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Coolers, Etc. ALSO LAWN MOWERS AND GARDEN TOOLS. Re- Ideal Man Samuel Reid Conway Undertaker Embalmer Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. Presentation of Diploma's S. S. Robinson Keler-Bel- a Lustpiel Overture (op. 73) Piano Duett .... " . Misses Carpenter '."" and Floyd Undertaker Embalmer Class Address . Prof. Clarence C. Freeman Olfice Ffcoae 167 Home Phone 35 Benediction. L Class Motto. "Fit via vi" f.'yT STANFORD, KY. -Vy Stanford, - Kentucky GEORGE H. FARRIS. -- I S .1: irv-'Tf- - - ".- -t ? -l m H . 'S rv.ma i;jt5 ftSK. - i AWii? The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May ANOTHER FROM MOSE COOLEY. WELL-KNOW- 12, 1916 LOUISVILLE Page Seven Regan Barracks, P. I., 1916 WOMAN SPEAKS. Dear Editor I don't know any news to write for Louisville, Ky. "My mother is using this piece I copied from a Phillipine 'Favorite Prescription' and I see the out post will describe my adventures medicine does her much good. My New Bargains Are Advertisec1 In Each I ssue. in this part of the world. Best wishes experience was so good with it that I recommended her to use it. I was in a to all my friends back there. condition where a 'builder' was needed Seven Ages of a Soldier. No. 108. tract, on good No. 113. Two-stornine-rooMan is born into the world, enlists and Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription pike and 1 2 miles from good town; frame residence, halls and porches; in the army and is at once labeled, did the work easily and pleasantly. I all lays well; can run machinery over good cellar, stable, wagon and bugits flavor is so different and so "John Rookie." He at once attacked used six bottles. It was more than satis- all of it and 40 acres are bottom gy shed; two large cisterns; 10 acres delightfully good; wth measles and scarlet rash. Dhobie factory. I lost my nervousness and felt land. Two-stor- y residence; of land with this place; on good pike itch', mumps apd the drill sergeant, stronger and better every way." Mits. barn 60x30 and all other necessary close to good town; all buildings in it can't bite your tongue ; W. M. B'nowN, 429 S. 18th St. outbuildings. Three years insurance good repair. Price $2,000. and when he gets a "bawling out" What from said drill sergeant the old cam- tion has Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip- on all buildings paid up. Good orit can't parch your throat ; No. 97. Large shop. done for thousands paigners say he is just getting his you. Get it this very day. it will do for chard; never-failin- g water in all o0x90 feet, metal blacksmith all in roof and you can smoke it as long and escapes the wrath eye teeth cut, if he fields and splendid well right at door. good condition. Will sell or All buildings and fencing in good this. See us about the price rent of top sergeant directly in his path as hard as you like without any and shape. Price $5,000; terms right. comes tropical ulcers and the seven terms. This is one of the best locacomeback but real tobacco hapyear itch and a long spell in the awkTwo-stor- y No. 112. frame, nine-roo- tions in the county for this business ward squad. If he is not carried off THIS PRESCRIPTION IS FOR YOU! piness ! residence with good basement; and we will make you a price on this in a improvised hearse before he gets If you suffer from hot flashes or dizzi- two small houses of three rooms each that you could not begin to put up On the reverse side of every Prince out of the awkward squad and draws ness, fainting spells, hysteria, headache, with about 3 acres of land; large the buildings for. full equipment he still stands a bearing down pains, nervousness all are y Albert package you will read : barn, frame drop siding No. 110 12 acres near good town chance of cutting off one of his toes, symptoms of irregularity and female dis- 50x100. All necessary outbuildings; " PROCESS PATENTED in graded school district. Four-roobeing kicked by a goverment mule turbances and arc not beyond relief. well, cistern and spring water. All house, crib, two sheds JULY 30th, 1907" or getting shot by a gallery practice Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is buildings and fencing in good repair. right at door. All landand barn. Well you a lot of tobacco enThat means to rifle in the hands of a rookie, who directed to the real cause and promptly All of this property must be sold. in cultivation. Price laystwell and $600. joyment. Prince Albert has always been "didn't know it was loaded" he drills removes the disease, suppresses the pains For the whole business, price $5,000. No. 101. 310 out on the swamp liketparade ground, and nervous symptoms and thereby You couldn't begin to put the build- from Lawrenceburg.acres on good pik h- 3 m,j(i sold without coupons or premiums. We 7. runs at the nose, gets his feet 'wet brings comfort in the place of prolonged ings up for this money. Will sell acre tobacco barn anKy.; has silo; splendidly aduplHt prefer to give quality ! to grazing. Price $35 per acre and Urnm and is called down by the Medico for misery. or exchange this property. are right. trying to "beat the sicker." He goes It has been sold by druggists for nearly No. 78 Fine Business Opportunity. No. 114 Ane first class. HerMI to the post Cine (scenie in English) 50 years, in fluid form, at 1.00 per bottle, The famous, McKinney, Ky.. Canning plant bpillman complete with factory contains chews picnic gum and hits the dig- giving general satisfaction. It can now be for sale. Main space; large engineover 9,000 and engine, in one of the best territories square feet floor room and nified old sergeant on the head with had in sugar-coattablet form. Sold by dwelling alto on place; for such business in the state. BarbwrvilK Copyright HIS by R. J. Reynold far a spit ball before he is well out of the all medicine dealers or trial box by mail about $3,000 worth of machinery and over Ky. This iscost $2,700 new. Will .ell and a Ming. It all Tobtcco Co. a S500 worth of cans oii hand and about $150 fine chance to in good running order recruit class. He now reaches the on receipt of 50 cents in stamps. make money at the fairs this . boxes. 500 U, Write ns about this. Will sell or --iv Every sick woman may consult us by worth ofper day. Capacity from this to 800 years. good stage where he asks for the "rollins", bushels, Tomatoes in locality you a exchange on it. fondles the old ginebra jug and lies letter, absolutely without charge. Send can be contracted for at 18 to 20 cents per the national joy smoke No. 99. bushel. The best tom.itn in th stnto is mites rf out of quarters at nights. The fuzz for free medical book on Diseases of j on the market from this factory. This prop t Hustonville. 500 acres of land. 3 hoHSes: 2 ut Ky.. on good pike; 5 1 on tap no lifiill find a cheery howdy-dt; rooms Women. stories, of ,! t begins to sprout on his upper lip and Y'OU'L.L, erly musi oe soiu rignt away To wind up the them much of a stranger you are in the Write without fear as without fee, to estate of the former owner. Price for all in- them of 4....rooms each; 2 large barns; feiHr- the blushes when he meets a petite neck or the woods you drop into. For. Prince cluding brand and good will is so low that it ..v ........ wauu.iui.ia in sooii .snape: Albert is right there at the first place you in goodness and Senorita, until his hair scorches. He Faculty of the Invalids' Hotel, Dr. V. M. wouldn't begin to put buildings and machinery tered; 30 acres for tobacco; 135 acre wm pasin pass that sells tobacco! The toppy red next develops into a smart Alec and Pierce, President, (563 Main St., Buffalo. on the place, to say nothing of vacant lot and ture and balance in timber. Price very i'ii!i :m "' ,.,,-ibag sells for a nickel and the tidy red down and balance in 1 and 2 year. dwelling. The former owner before his death in pipe satisfaction Dr. Pierce's Pellets are unequaled easily ItljOBACCOIS; PREPARED, his company commander is undecided, tin for a dime; then there s the handThs is a rare bargain and it will pay tho- $2,500 to ansome pound and tin MJK5M0KER5yNDER;JHE whether to shoot him or send him to as a Liver Pill. Smallest, easiest to take. num. cleared fromopportunity $3,000 per one. have money to invest to look it over. A wfcj A golden for some nW is all we or its enthusihumidors and the pound Pellet a Dose. Ask any wholesaler in Louisville or Lexing- chance to more than double your mone ia the red house as a confirmed lunatic. One tiny. Sugar-coate- d Process discoveredih crystal-glas- s humidor with ton about this brand. Act quickly if you or 3 years. Raking1 experiments to The soldier is subject to typnus fever, Cure Sick Headache, Bilious Headache, want it. It will not be on the market long top astic friends ever claimed No. 100 edge ef that keeps the to spinal meningitis, dome spasams, Dizziness, Constipation, Indigestion, Bil- at this price. For full particulars, write or good town: splendid farm right inresidence; PRODUCE THE brick bacco in such 3 halls and front porch 10x44; new barn 34x brain storms, extra fatigue, kitchen ious Attacks, and all derangement of the see Hughes & McCarty. Stanford. for it ! bang-utrim No. 102. farm in Mercer county. 50; old barn 20x30; new auto and buggr all-thpolice, courts martial and his own in- Liver, Stomach and Bowels. some tobAcco for'cig'-Ky., on good pike: all other necessary outbuildings and residence: house andfencing time 1 temperance, he is beset by disease, all new; all new and gootl; never-fai- l 2 tenant houses: 2 stock barns and 1 answers every smoke desire you ing water in every field on the farm. This tobacco barn: 9 silo. Place well watered proctice marches, individual cooking, and all fencing and buidings in cimmI shape. place has 40 acres bottom land and 110 aeres KILLED UNDER AUTO TRUCK PROCESS W jawbone bills and breach of promise . 100 acres Butt firass sod land: 80 acres in level land well drained and balance upland. or any other man ever had! It is so .llllY.5nTM,l3n7l suits until it is a wonder that any of cultivated and plenty of pasts. Price $75 per jff rrfM Howard Jones, 24 years old, was clover; Will trade locust good farm close to a Kvery foot can lieLincoln county: no better in land in acre. 85 acres for a him is able to register the second enRjJJi cool and fragrant and appealing to your OCOMPAHY good town in this or other state. AH tobac- grass and balance in cultivation. This is a listment period. If he escapes famine instantly killed when he attempted to co and hemp land and all lies well. This is good hemp and tobacco farm and will ewstty iPIVriiitoiisiWMII produce 12 barrels of corn to the acre. PrWe pestilence, fatality in battle and the board an automobile truck in motion, alsi a good stock farm. smokeappetite that you will get chummy with iiu right and easy terms. It will pay yon nnESNuTBITF No. 103. argus eye of the sergeant, he does his at the Taylor quarry about a mile farm 2 miles from Stanto look at this place. 'lii'mli' good iiiiiilii ford of 3 rimn-sit in a mighty short time ! level best to shorten his days by keep- and a half this side of Danville, late 26x40on and all pike: house outbuildings; Tam lM T'l'HIP"' No. 5(5. necessary farm; place resideHc. ing his boiler overloaded with inferior fencing and buildings good. porches. He; small new barn; also ohl barn week. He fell beneath the rear well watered: Price $3,000. down nml balance in 1 and and two old houses on the placer two splendid booze of native manufacture, he is last orchards; good springs; well fenced and almMt years. This ft the reverse tide of tha Will you invest 5c or 10c to prove out our say-s- o subject to sick head ache, lumbago, wheel and was terribly mangled. He 2 No. bottom this place 104 Four large ji G.urard 75 acres about a land; and can be faces tfc Prince Albert tidy red tin. Read rheumatism, a dark brown taste in was a native of Harrodsburg, but had county, Ky.. all making a total acreage of road for easjlv dimile on the national joy smoke? this " Patented Process" message-to-yo- u into his mouth and delirium tremens un- been living in Danville three years. 1.310 acres. One of these farms is within a vided price two or even three small farms. and terms right. and realize what it means mi'e and a b.ilf of Lancaster Mi.l ihe .tlieis Itight til he cries out that his last stage is No. 92. 175 acre farm in southern end from 5. 6 and 10 miles from Lancaster, These in making Prince Albert so much worst than his first. He wears false places have large tobacco and stoc: barns, of county: in six fields; 90 acres cleared and to your liking. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-SaleN. C. hair, eats with false teeth and lands nice residences, tenant houses, etc. "We will in cultivation and balance in timber. In the DANGERS OF DRAFT. eut any of these farms to suit purchasers. cleared land, 35 acres in pasture and 15 aeres in the mill for obtaining Bino Decoco in timothy; Drafts feel best when we are hot This is your chance to get the size farm that stories. Best dwellingframe dwelling ef tw under false pretenses. Yet when he you want, located to suit the purchaser. Talk in this end of eonnty: tenant house; barn 60xm. crib. finally runs the gauntlet and passes and perspiring, just when they are to us about these properties for we know orchard; 8 have the you. and Heard About Town off the stage of action, the sky pilot most dangerous and the result is weNo. 11.1. right prices room ran interest halls, failing hen house,on etc; good All buildings never place. springs and residence, fencing in first class conditiou. Place right says,just prior to the souding of taps Neuralgia, Stiff Neck, Sore Muscles porches, bath Nice sixroom. etc. Two acres of land; on pike and one mile from town and K. K. Thomas B. Greer, son of Mr. and and the customarv three volleys, "It or sometimes an attack of Rheuma- barn; well in bhack porch; concrete walks, station. Price only $27.50 per acre. It iriH etc. Price $2,200. MOSES E. COOLEY, pay you to investigate thU property. Mrs. J. H. Greer, is at home from is well." No. 116. No. 81. farm: imnv; Co. farm two miles from DanInfantry tism. In such cases apply Sloan's barn, etc., splendid ville. Ky.. in the richest Detroit, for a short visit, accompaof Regan Bks. P. I. Liniment. It stimulates circulation half cleared good well; cultivation; orchard; one Two story frame dwelling partsevenISovIe county. and in balance tn of rooms, hails Mr. nied by his wife and baby. to the sore and painful part. The timber. onlyAbout three miles from Stanford. and porches. Good barn. crib, etc Splendidly Price $700. watered, cistern right at door, three everlastGreer holds a nice position in the big FOR YOUR CHILD'S COUGH. blood flows freely and in a short No. 117 Fine reside?- - : large turn: all ing springs, ponds, etc. All lays well and no Fencing guod. it. Cadillac automobile factory which at orchard and waste If your child has a cold, nose runs time the stiffness and pain leaves. necessary outbuildings: splendid elegant home barrels Ianl on 50 bales of ha. 25 A!m 0 corn. five bales f of land. This present employs 25,000 men. He or coughs much get a small bottle of Those suffering from Neuralgia or right acres Stanford. Price is an terms right. oats. 18 cattle. 2 good mules. 7 shoats. 2 brood in and sows. 3 colts, 1 brood mare, several turning No. 118. One of the best hotels in says that Marshall Stone, also from Dr. Bell's Its a Neuralgic Headache will find one or Kentucky. This is a splendid money central plows, cultivators. 2 wheat drills, riding cultimaker vator, the of tools Stanford, has a splendid position, pleasant syrup, just two applications of Sloan's Liniment and a fine opportunity for the right man. Has that is etc.. everything in farm, way numerous necessarv to run a too all the modern conveniences. Will sell this to mention. as instructor in one of the big de- what children like and just the medi- will give grateful relief. The agon- property furnished at a price that will interest Will turn this place over to out partments of the big plant. It's cine to soothe the cough and check izing pain gives way to a tingling you. It will pay you to look into this matter. Diirehaser and move half with household ods. Price $14.000 one down and balance to Large mill in the best wheat sec- suit purchaser. No. 119. This a of a Hfe mighty hard to keep Stanford boys the cold. After taking, children stop sensation of comfort and warmth and tion of the state. 100 barrels capacity and up time to grt one of the isIwst chance In central Tarms every respect; good shipping facilifrom making good wherever you fretting, sleep good and are soon en- quiet rest and sleep is possible. Good to date in on railroad. Can be operated at Kentuckv fully equipped and stocked. ties right No. 69. 74 acres: dwelling; latplace them. tirely well. Insist on Dr. Bell's Pine for Neuritis too. Price 25c at your light expense. Will sell or exchange for good 40x60 and all necessary outbuildings: barn well farm. watered and fenced, right on pike and only 25c at your Druggist. Druggist. three miles from Stanford. No. 86. 56 acres 1 Price $6,000. miles from good town, house: good barn; large drive- One half cash and easy terms on balance. The Berea Quarterly for April tells No. Sli. 53 acres of land, one and a half way and all necessary outbuildings; good orof the various educational adaptions chard: two wells and pond: fencing good; story house of five rooms, porch and good cellar: one small stock barn and tobnceo barn buildings all new. Price $3,500. which have been devised to help these High-Grad- e 60x30. AH other No. 120. farm on good pike, splen- acres in grass andnecessarv outbuildings: 35 cultivation: "Abe Lincoln sort of folks" catch up did community, close to school and church; of over 100 trees, peaches, pears, tine orchard apples, etc.: cottage, halls and porches; 2 barns well watered and fairly well ha with their neighbors in more favor- My high bred a seaChestnut Sorrel Stallion will make the each 36.22: good well at house and three home, well located, clos to fenced: andgood schools in never failing springs on place. All buildings good conimunit. ed places. There are 3,000,000 of son of 1916 at my barn on the old fair grounds at Hustonville, Ky. He I'rice. only $1,200. and fencing in good repair, good orchard; all No 30 106 acres of land located right at them and it is no small undertaking. is 16 hands high, weight 1200 pounds. Will serve a limited number of of this farm is in cultivation and grass ex- a good railroad station residence, cept ten acres. Price $2,500. Terms are right. one old barn Mares at $10 to insure a living when mare is parted season and one new 30.50. with shed Berea has large numbers of student? with, or on leaving the county. colt; stallion due by Ashland Brook and 1 prMTTT'- """ 1 !!! IMWIIMBBamngBflrWWMWBlBMB No. 121. A farm of 172 acre: welt locaon each side: crib, is This well from five of these eight States, and out of a standard bred trotting mare. He has proven to be a great breeder ted and rich soil: 22 acres in cultivation and tered and fenced. smokehouse, etc : about waGimmI orchard: 40 timber; splendid orchard: acres of this place in cuMivatioa and balputs it: "It is our task having colts to show for him. His colts are all saddle colts, with good balance in goodfencing as the writer small house and fair; whole place well ance for gracing. Tins is a bargain for $50 to help the mountain communities style and action. Call and see a good horse before breeding time comes watered. Price $2,300. One half down and per acre and terms right. balance to suit purchaser. No. take, in one generation, those steps I will also stand the great mule Jack, Jim Reed, the well known mule !. Ifmnietta Springs. The main hoN. 122. 2.000 acres of coal and timber ld has 3d rooms and four room cottage in of progress which have occupied jack by the old jack of Jim Reed's; having sold his colts at $100.00 at yard. The grounds consist about ten Three of four or five generations in the more weaning time. He is a fine breeder, having colts to show for him here. land in Harlan county. Ky. second veins 4S acres. Thi property has cost the( owner from coal; lower vein 1 inchest veiti first to last over $3O.u0i. favored parts of the country. With He has a large bone and his colts have good bone and style. He will Will sell dirt Miches and third vein 72 inches: eloe to railAsk us about this property. The f of this land in good timber and cheap. road: large companies of students from to insure a living colt. Money due if mare is parted with or balance has been culled. Price $25 per acre. price is so cheap you could attord to riove five of the mountain btates we have stand at S8county. buildings for it and then make good the B. W. LEIGH, Hustonville, Ky. No. 123. We have some good coal and money. right on our own campus a perpet- leaves the land in Knox county. Ky. The owner of No. 9S. residence: garual conference over conditions, this land live in Oklahoma and our instruc- den : well at door and all neresswry outbuildtions from him are to let it go for what it will ings: right at good school, etc. needs, methods and results. This bring. It will pay you investors to look into on this is as cheap as dirt. Will The price gathering of students from different BLEUCHER 46158 this proposition for the owner has made up or rent, and make right terms. Itsell, trade will pay his mind to let it go at jour price. States promotes comparison, and you to investigate this property. No. 111. 10 acre farm on good road close No. 96. One of the best eouipped blackmakes Berea a cradle of mountain Economy in low first cost and small cost to Record 2:29 Ifi Trial 2:14 4 to town and in graded school district. lias smith shops iu this part of the State. It cost patriotism. We expect to help the nice residence Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 4 and to equip it. including JlOO worth of mountains chiefly thru their own cejled: good cellar, barn. etc. Place well wa- bolts and $5n worth of wagon timber, etc. I operate and maintain. Strength Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15 4 hands, foaled 1906. ability to tered and fenced. All lays well and all under Will sell all for $250 spot cah. This is a big we can take care of young children. If Standard Registered Vol. 18 cultivation except about 6 acres. Price $2,000. opportunity for the right man to make good Lincoln and his sister now, they will Terms right. money. stand up under the hardest sort of use. Simmountain problem off our No. 105. take the farm one mile from good No. 89. 140 acres, Alcyone C32. j :j j frame dwelcountry town and right on pike; 10 acres in ling and porches; two Yarns; one for stock Sire of 00. dams of 65 hands in the next generation!" grass: all fencing good: :- Prince Albert gives N smokers such REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 75-acre delight, because y, m 1-- m two-stor- m - Fringe Albert o half-poun- A. 40-fo- ot merry-go-roun- ed two-stor- six-roo- 2 piflite .1. u MOStilDE-RCHTFULANDlW- 2 I j d cheap-one-thir- d sponge-moisten- 170-acr- e d p 254-acr- e- e It e 100-to- LL Hi, i , i 130-acr- e heme-seeke- rs II Mill' ; 200-acr- e 3 m. Itustri-hous- e. - SEE: G.-15- th 53-acr- e three-roo- 10t-acr- e E. T. PENCE Pine-Tar-Hon- Pine-Tar-Hon- ey For McCormack Binders, Mowers, Rakes and Repairs. See the est style Mowing Machines Before you buy. Tar-Hone- y. 2 Stallion, GLENBROOK. 60-aer- e seven-year-o- ld ; II 3-- one-hal- tira-b- er Two-stor- y six-roo- 1-- 4, 3-- 1-- weather-boarde- 3-- six-roo- 30-aer- e plicity a plain, sturdy motor in a wonderfully strong and light car, easy for any one to care for. The Ford Car your necessity. . m Runabout, $390; Touring Car, ?m,f. o. b Detroit. On sale and display by H. C. ANDERSON, Stanford 203 FORD AG ENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Storage Repairing Tire Accessories Phone tmjlu i mm wuuuKw9m Hail Insurance Tobacco and Hemp, All Growing Crops. TALK WITH Silent Brook of District Record 2 :1C Sire of Billy Burk 2:03 4, brought in his report to Supt. SinHarry Clay 45. 2:29 Shawbay 2:07 Sire of 4 dams of 30 Meadow Brook 2:09 gleton Monday. He found 81 chilGreat brood mare Emma Brook 2:09 Lady dren of school age in the district, Norwood Belle Zarrine 2:07 By Norwood 522 Bellbrook 2:10. etc. and most of them are regular attendants at Moore's schoolhouse, of which Baron .Wilkes 4758. 2:18 Sire of 12 in 2:10. etc. Moko 24457 Mr. Russell is a trustee and always Sire of Brenda Yorke i on the job with the best interests of Ethel Ferno 2:05 2:04 t QueenSwathmore By Native Belle (3) !:06 the school always uppermost. If all Dam of Bumps 2:03',4 Silver Silk (4) Clayo 08 llonnco (3) 2: school trustees in Kentucky were as Dam of Lala "Watts. (2) Susie N. (3) 2: 07 Wilkes Nutwood 8000 2 :24 Bleucher 2:29 2:27 active and as intelligent in their work etc. 09 Sire of Carl Wilkes tr. 2:17: out of a Betty Clay 2:04 as Mr. Russell, the old State would to bilent half sister to Silent sister Half Jenny Clay Brook 2:16 Brook 2:06 Reddie have the best school system in the By Harry Clay 45 Clay (4) 2:25 and Dam of Silent Brook 2: He and his wife attended Union. Lilly Clay, dam of Prue 16 Reddie Clay (4) 2:21 etc. the K. E. A., at Louisville, and re2:25 port a most enjoyable session. Meadow Brook 2:06 sire of Billy Burk 2:03 Silent Brook 19769. 2:16 Lady Brook 2:09 Zarrine 2:07 The hustling real estate firm of Sluwbav 07 Butter Brook 2:10 BettySilent Brigade (2) Emma Brook 2:09 Bathgate. Margaret 2:10 Billbrook Direct 2:07 Guinn & Johnson with offices afc Sci- (4) 2:11 Red'dieetc. Sired dam of Chatty grandam (4) Prue 2:21 etc. His dam, Jenny Clay, of and was produced Clay 2:25 ence Hill, has just had the I. J. job (winner Kentucky Futurity), Brenda Yorke (3), Moko 24457. sire of Fereno 2;05 (Futurity winner) Native Belle (2) 2:07 (Futurity winner. (5) 2:04 2:08 , office print for it a very comprehen filley,) Manrico (3) 2:07 (Futurity winner.) Silver (champion (3) (Futurity winner.) Gomokri 2:10. Mobel 2:10 sive catalog of the fine farm bargains Silk (4) 208 Susie N. (3) 2:09 (Futurity winner) etc. Siliko (3) 2:11 Momaster 2:10 it is offering customers. These men Sired Mochester The Harvester 2:01 2:11. Mar(champion trotting stallion.) Vito (4) 2:09 dams of etc. Brother to Bumps 2:03 Baron O'Neil (3) 2:13 (4) are experienced real estate men and tha Tipton etc. 2:09 D.. 2:10. have a splendid list of farms, of all half in 1:06, last ciuarter in Bleucher 46158, record 2:291-4- , trial mile 2:14 1100 a handsomp seal brown horse, and sizes and conditions, in Lincoln, Pu- 32 seconds, is good sire Silent Brook and is out of will weigh the greatpounds. He greatly Clayo, by Futurity sire Moko. resembles his Foreign demand has exhausted the supply and we may expect better prices for our laski, Casey and, adjoining counties. Our advice to mare owners is to breed their mares and to breed them They have made a reputation for fair horses in the future. and proven worth as sires. Bleucher is just the type to produce the to stallions of merit the that dealing, and good treatment and are colts plentywill supply and demand. His colts have proven fine, with nice head and neck conformation. of bone and doing a big business. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1916 at my stable in Lancaster, J. F. Russell, who took the school Sub-divisi- on census in 9 ... 1-- 2 1-- 1-1-- Dark Night 2S58.., Sire pi 24, includi Searchlight : 2:03 Brightlight 2 :08 lal- Dark Wilkes 2:09 pa 2:09 etc. Jenny Clay ...... ... f-71-- Noonday By St. Elmo 275 Great brood mare 2 3-- 1-- 1-- 2 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 3-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 3-- 3-- 3-- 3-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 2 3-- 4 6 1-- 3'--4 1-- 2 1-- 4 1-- 1-- 4 1-- 1-- 4 1-- 4, 3-- 1-- - 3-- Kentucky, at JESSE D. WEAREN, THE? INSURANCE MAN, Stanford, Kentucky. TELLS WHAT SHE THINKS Anna Hawn, Cedar Grove, Mo., writes. "We think Foley Cathartic Tablets are the best livfer pill we ever got hold of, as they do not nauseate of gripe, but act freely on the liver." Recommended for constipation, bloating, sour stomcah, gas on stomach, Dad breath, clogged or irregular bowel action. Sold 0 $20 to Insure a Living Colt BARLOWE I will also stand this beautiful Shetland Stallion for the season of 1916 at my stable in Lancaster, Ky., at $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT I am prepared to take care of' mares on grass at 10 cents a day. Lien retained on colts for service, fee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. and the other a tobacco barn; crib, buggy bouse, etc. All in grass except about 25 acres; water in field: fencing and buildings in good shape. Nice orchard. Price $60 an acre. Terms right. No. 19. Hanging Fork farm of 42 acres right on pike; has house, barn, etc., place well watered and fenced; for a quick sale. $70 per acre and easy terms. This is good strong soil and worth more money, but must be sold. No. 107. Pool room in Danville, Ky., has tables, chairs, desk, stove, lights and all pars pool aphernalia necessary to run a room. The receipts run from $125 to $150 per month. Price $400 spot cash for a quick sale. This is a good chance for some one to go in business and make splendid money on a small investment. No. 106. Stock of general merchandise in the city of Stanford. Ky., consisting or groceries, hardware, paints, etc. 'Will rent the fixtures at a nominal price and will also rent the building consisting of storeroom below and dwelling above at a very low figure. This is an exceptionally clean stock of goods and we will sell at a low figure. No. 108. 130 acre farm 2 miles from a good town.-- Two houses. Dwelling of six rooms and tenant house of four rooms. Good barn and all necessary outbuildings. 50 acres bottom land. 20 acres in grass and balance in timber. Well watered and all fencing and buildings in good shape. Price $3,000. Terms right. No. 94. One of the best farms in Central Kentucky, of 261 acres: two story frame dwelling of 12 rooms; 2 barn, 75x75 each, and 60-ffeed shed on side with large crib; 2 buggy houses; 3 hen houses; smoke house, etc. 30 acres in cultivation and balance in grass; splendid orchard of 400 trees; everlasting springs, ponds, etc., in fact, water in every field. All buildings and fencing in first class condition. Right on pike and one mile from depot: finest shipping point on the road: an ideal stock farm. This land will grow wheat, corn, tobacco, hemp, etc.. as well as any land in the State of Kentucky. The whole Tarm lays well and is well drained. No waste land. An automobile can be driven over all of it and there is not a. foot of cold or swamp land on it. Price $30,000 and terms right. cottage: new stable No. 73. Three-roocontaining three stalls and corn crrij; small storeroom on pike; good cistern at door and never failing well in lot: 5 acres of ground: ill buildings and fencing in good condition.. Place well watered and in good community. Price $1,750. six-acr- e first-clas2 t. outside well watered: no improvements. f Price $1,000: down and balance in one and two years. No. 43. 324 acres, two miles from Stanford on good pike; mot of this farm is in grass: besides the residence there is a good stock and tobacco barn, 36x90; cribs, etc: fencing good: and always an abundance of water; this is a good stock farm and will graze more cattle than any farm in this price right and terms easy. No. 75. 140-acrfarm; two cottages: one e 4 rooms: the other 3 rooms: tobacco barn: 50 acres cleared; balance in timber: never failing springs: close to good town: churches and school. Price $25 per acre. No. 44. 234 acre farm 1 miles from one of the best towns in central Kentucky only two miles from good railroad staand tion; right on pike and in graded school district: all in grass except 4 acres and about 170 acres being in blnegrass sod; no better watered farm in the state; fencing good: has frame resdience. large barns a large etc. This land will grow anything you pnt on it: it is an ideal sotck farm; magnificent home: splendid community; in the richest part of the county. Price $100 per acre: terms right. No. 38. Two storerooms in the heart of Best location in town and both Stanford. are always rented. These rooms are a splendid investment and always pay a good dividend after taxes, insurance and repairs are paid. Will make a price that will interest you. No. 32. 225 acres, five miles from Stanford on good turnpike; has two good dwellings: two large tobacco barns. These are extra large barns, one being 48x100 and the other 38x108 and both 20 feet to eaves. This is a. good tobacco and hemp farm: will sell as a whole or will divide into two farms. Will price as a whole or make price on divide. toNo. 82. 150 acres, small house. bacco barn: good orchard and vineyard: about 30 aeres in grass, and 15 or 20 acres in cultivation: about 8.000 to 10.000 feet merchantable timber on place: house is old: barn and fencing fairly good; well watered, etc. Price only $1,800. terms easy, down and balance on long time. No. 28. 100-aer- e miles from farm. 4 Stanford on good pike, splendid community resand no better soil in the countv: idence, halls, porches, etc. Two-rootenant e house, new tobacco barn and all other necessary outbuildings; close to church and school and splendidly fenced and watered. Over half of this place in grass. Price $100 per acre a third down and balance in one, two and three years. one-halsec-tio- n: e 10-acrtwo-stor- y one-thir- d 1-- 2 six-room lO-arr- I hughes Office Consult Us Before Buying. LUt With Us If You Want to Sell & W. B. BURTON, Phone 95, Lancaster, Kentucky 'a Lancaster Street Opposite Court House. Office Phone 180. REAL ESTATE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Mccarty Tl Interior Journal, Stanford Kentucky; Friday, May 12, 1916 800-poun- E. D. ' Moore, of Columbia, Mo., James Yowell, of Hustonville, Jay Weil, of Lexington, bought on Myers & Co., of Hustonville purd sojd last week to W. J. Thubron, of the market here Monday nine head chased a number of hogs in Casey bought 'of J'. J. Allen a Pittsburg, Pa., for one of his patrons black: Jersey calf at 7 4 cents. of light steers from R. K. Young, of county this week at 8 4 cents. Squire Gann, of "Hustonville, pur- the great saddle mare, My Idol 9201 county at 50 a head. Lick Adair J. W. Williams, on the Knob Highland, dam, Lady Prewitt Thompson, of the "East pike, lost a nice calf from black leg chased an extra good Shorthorn by Lord by Rex McDonald, McBIRMINGHAM AND REfor cow and calf from E. Durham for Donald, End, tredade a mare for a horse to this week. $3,000. TURN, Via J. L. Murphy bought a cow from $50. Will Farmer, of the Point Leaveil The Guernsey bull, May King, of HAS BEEN PRESCRIBED BY CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET section, last week, and received $20 W. G. Gooch here Monday, for which Louisville & Nashville R. R. Lina Vesta, was sold at Colassett, Hogs Receipts, 2,500 head; ache paid $35. "to boot." WELL' KNOWN PHYSICIAN Mass., $4,600, said to be the U. C V. REUNION Prewitt Thompson of the Preach-ersvill- e highest for ever paid for a Guern- tive; packers and butchers $9.75 M. F. Lawrence, of the East End price FOR MANY YEARS . section, has taken 32 hogs sey bull. 10; common to choice $7.759.35; Good bought here Monday from "Uncle Tickets on sale May 13-1S. C. Rigney, of the Preachers- pigs and lights $69.40. from Victor Lear, of Garrard, to Cattle returning until May 25. (subject 'Jimmy" Roberts, of Pulaski, half a i?- "?& V'rtujS, ville section, sold 28 head of hogs to Receipts 300 headf steady; calves to extension upon payment of 50c dozen yearling steers at $31 a head; feed at 7 2 cents a pound. The infirmities of age are especialadditional). For further informaeast of Crab Orchard, John T. Rigsby, the East End buy- strong $510.75. Sheep receipts ly Paul Finch, manifest in a tendency to i constition apply to local agents L. & and one calf for $22. bough 10 stock hogs from Gooch & er, at $8.50 a hundred. These pork- 200 head; steady; lambs steady. pation, and call for treatment that N. R. R. Henry Fields, of the Somerset pike Perkins, of Crab Orchard this week, ers varied in weights from 150 to will afford relief in an easy, natural bought from R. E. Horton, of 200 pounds. at $8.25. Neal's Creek manner. The rapid action of catharlLJiogs totalled 2,900 Monte of End, purSquire Farm and Stock News pounds, at from that to 8 cents a chased of Gann of the Westof McKinne- this week Fox, Rome Danville bought Mrs. Kate Haley, of Lebanon tic remedies and purgatives that 7 Rubles, of the of Wesley Hughes ' pound. shock the system should be avoided heifers at 6 4 Bryantsville section of Garrard, 157 Juncton returned home Tuesday af- more especially y,-two E- - p- - Woods, on the Knob Lick, as the relief they ofJ. L. Murphy, of Hedgeville, paid! for ter spendng several days with kin-folhead of cattle that were slop-fe- d cents a pound. fer is only temporary and is usually on Neal's Creek. B G. Fox, of Danville $145 for a j sold one of nis registered Shorthorn J. W. Eads & Son of Hustonville, which he paid $8.15 a hundred. The Master Jess Farmer and Howard more than offset by disturbance to bul1 calves this week to Pleasant mare mule. sold to James Yowell & Co., 13 hogs beeves were slopped at the Dowling Kirk were on Green River Saturday. vital organs caused by their viocents distillery near Burgin and will cross Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Grimes and the W. B, Hanson of the Milledgeville ; Bros., of the Cedar Creek section, nvoramnc 1 50 nnnnds sit 8 lent action. for $75. average. children, of Saufley, spent Sunday the scales at 1,100-poun- d section, sold his wool from 150 sheep a pound. Nearly thirty years ago Dr. W. B. Barney W. Leigh, of Hustonville, i Scott Bros., of the Goshen section, The sale of wool by members of with Dink Farmer and family. to D. C. Allen at 40c. Miss Chessie Kitts spent Saturday Caldwell, Monticello, 111., prescribed pulled off a mule trade here Mon- bought here Monday 12 coming the Church Hill and Wheatland GranMRS. RACHEL ALLEN. .ft A. L. Rankin, of Hubble, bought day. He "swapped" to M. Reynolds ges in Christian county, brought to- with Miss Verdell Young. Miss Ra- a compound of simple laxative herbs Mss Virginia Denham and D. Turpin, and gether a steers from of Daniel Newsom, of the Eubank a TiaiV nf total of 3,688 pounds, which that has since become tne standard world of good and that she intends mnva mnlac fni-- a couple from John Oatts, of Wayne. Ferry, of sold at prices ranging from 30 cents chel Saturday Green River, spent household remedy in shoate at 7 .secUon, 15 thousands of to keep it in the house always. pair of 4yearold mules one a They cost the Goshen boys about to 41 and Sunday with cents. The farmers were last J. D. Whitehouse, paid Oatts & horse and the other a mare homes. Oca It acts easily and gently, Druggists highly pleased with the sale. The Misses Noah and Chloe Farmer. $7.50 a hundred. Mr. Terry, of Green River, .yet with positive effect, without grip- up Pepsin sell Dr. Caldwell's SyrRobinson $75 for a cow and four) Yowell & Eads, wool was sold to buyers from Louis- spent Saturday of Hustonville, for fifty cents a bottle. It S. B. Marks, of the King's Moun- ville, Springfield and Sunday with Mr. ing or other pain or calves, here Monday. I shinnP,l and Clarksville, Lee Green. ua m. discomfort. is a splendid remedy and should be wJ f tain section, came through Stan Tenn., and Hopkinsville. The aveRube E. Horton, of Waynesburg, : dnnati market Fridav Mrs. Arch Green is on the sick Mrs. Rachel Allen, Galesburg, Kan., in every home. A trial bottle, free-oand another ford Friday morning with 22 hogs rage price was 35 cents. sold three sows with 19 pigs herejload Tuesday. They have been is 71 years old, and after using a list, we are sorry to state. charge, can be obtained by writwhich he delivered to Andrew Em- Thirteen carloads of cattle belongOur Sunday school is progressing bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep-- , ing to Dr. W. B. to John Livingston for ing them around the West End from bry for J. A. Robinson. He sold them ing to Jonas Weil of Lexington, and nicely in this part of the countv and Caldwell, 454 sin, wrote that it had done her a Washington St, Monticello. 111. 8 to 8 2 cents a pound. have ?5;;5' Sharp, porkers others, whichPogue's been at the feed- the attendance gets larger ever Sun pound. The at 7 cents a R. M. of Casey, sold heredistillery in Ma- day. ing shed at 0atts and Robinson of Boyie were of various sizes. son county, for some time, were Monday to T. W. Jones 50 shoats bought here Mond Mr. Wallace Brackett was out to from John with croup, but are better now. J. D. Long, of the King's Moun- shipped to Philadelphia. If is said see George Farmer Sunday. The proposed bond issue is for that averaged 110 pounds, at 8 centsj0atts of Wayne CQUnty a CQW for Miss Irene Webb spent Saturday $200,000.00. Misses Myrtle and Selena Daugh-ert- y tain section, was in town Friday and that a fancy price was obtained for It is not known what 3 TUnJ; ?35 and Purchased a cow from an- - delivered 41 pounds of wool to the cattle. Clark, Finch & Co., at spent Sunday with Misses Dul-ci- e night with Miss Rachel Jones. interest they can bear, but say thev Les Sloan, of Hubble, bought ofother parfcy whose name they did Helena, shipped 250 head of cattle Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Sims snnt are floated at 4r, then and Grace Baugh. Pence & Hill, which he sold at 38 sold to J. Weil of Lexington. Sunday with the former's brother,! be $8,000.00 interest on there would J. H. Young, of Adair county, three j not ,earnf for $45 Mrs. J. W. Terry and daughter, those bonds Mr. Long says he a and $5,000.00 each year to be set At the Ed Pace sale in Clark Catherine, and Mrs. Kate Haley and Mr. Craig Sims, who is very sick. cattle for $122.50, and a c Withers north of Stanford centshalf pound. Mr. H. Goff was on Buck Creek aside to the sinking fund with the a dozen nice lambs about county, one mule brought $128; one Mrs. E. N. Terry spent one day last has cow for $75. i had a couple of fine steers to die of horse, $124; one dry cow, $63; two week with Mrs. Milton Rainey at Tuesday buying seed corn. interest on the $8,000.00 old bonds, ready to sell now. Oatts & Robinson, of Danville, bloat caused by eating d Mr. and Mrs. Leeman Singleton making a total of $13,320.00 to be weanling heifer calves, $31.50 and Stanford. ,ate William H. Shanks sold a sold 30 short yearlings in Mercer last week Walter Martin, A large crowd from Highland and spent part of last week with Mr. and set aside before there could be any $32.25 each; one sow and five small near Tui- mare mule he bought at the Em-br- y pigs, $34.50; one aged cow, $54; a Mason's Gap attended the singing at Mrs. J. Moreran. money spent to maintain the pikes - iw., k v- -" nersville, also lost a young steer Mr. Ott Florence and family of and bridges. sale to L. C. King, of Hubble, sow and two pigs, $18; one cow, $57; this place Sunday. a head from the same cause. Wednesday. In the past five years the average Mr. Dink Farmer attended the bu-li- Stanford, visited Sunday last with for $175, making a nice profit in a a sow and seven pigs, $39; lot f N. H. Peal, of Jessamine county, expenditure on the roads of Lincoln J. S. Turpin, sexton at the ceme- - few hours; to T. C. Rankin he sold shoats, $9 a hundred. Mr. Ben J. C. Hundly and family. ' of his brother-in-lawas in Stanford Monday looking fov tery here, who knows a good Mr. John Tackett and family and county has been $25,000.00 Jersey a E. C. Warfl;" of Newton, Scott Martin at South Fork recently. annualhorse mule he picked some army horses. He secured three cow when he sees one, Mr. Ben Cooley of Junction City, Mr. Moreran and familv. who hnnaTit-- ly. and trades in up at the sale, for $95, also a profit. county, sold the brood mare Society spent Sunday Reynolds and the This would leave for annual mainwih Mr. James Kirk. gett Luther about six weeks Curt Padthat answered the bill, paying $315 them considerably, sold a cow and farms ago, have tenance, the sum of $13,680.00, or M. K. Wilson, south of Hustonv- Belle, to W. T. Crozier, of Upland, for them. calf to a man from Cartersville, Gar- Money rented tneir tarms and returned to the other would reduce the usual ille", has contracted to J. C. Coul- Pa., for $3,000. This great saddle Cut This Out It Is Worth out this Pike county. J. C. McDonald, one of the lead- - rd .olini. fnr .,7 DON'T MISS THIS. Cut Chief. The amount of money spent on our roads Mr. Willie Walls, of ter, of Casey county, to deliver 20 mare is by Montgomery mg Tennessee traders, who come to M. E. Allen, of the West, End, colt by slip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co., Point spent Saturday 'night Pleasant to one half for maintaining them. deal included her week-ol- d hunwith his Chicago, III., writing your name and market here, had 90 head of. nice bought of McCormack & Tucker, of head of hogs in June, at $8.25 a The Fiscal Court only has the right says the sad- - address clearly. You will receive in sister, Mrs. Alva Morgan. dred. Mr. Wilson has his porkers Bourbon King. Who on the market Monday and sold stuff ', of Rev. Dotson spent Tuesday of last to increase taxes for road purposes the same community, , four head . .dle horse market is on the bum? return a trial package containing figures . on feed ; ... . . w most of it at attractive prices. and Tar Compound week ,0 . weighing and average to have them An increase of 149 per cent, in the Foley's Honey coughs, colds and son. with Mr. and Mrs. Jarret John- 20 cents on the $100.00. Adv.-2- t of about 160 "TAXPAYERS." an John B. Foster sold to J. L. Hut- -' a pound. He later sold them for bronchial hemp acreage in Kentucky, greater at a pounds at time of delivery. Mrs. Julia Goff, Mrs. James Mul-li- n croup. Foley Kidney Pills, and Foley chins, of Danville, this week, a doz profit to Wallace Ellis. predicted last year, is announc- Cathartic Tablets. Sold everywhere. and Miss Myrtle Mullin spent C. M. Rose, of Winchester, and than en head of steers that averaged 1300 i Jones & Cress, have engaged Sunday last with Mr. Sloan and famto Wilson, of Mt. Sterling, who are get- ed in the first crop report of the seapounds at $8 a hundred. Mr. Hut-- j deliver their wool crop . to ily of Pleasant Point. . ,, , Pence & ting to be regular court day traders son issued Thursday by Commission. , Mr. Joe Jones of Whitlev Ctv visParlor Grove . Hill, of this city, very shortly. They S. Cohen. A ited his brother, Mr. A. W. Jones, here, sold to Deck Miller, south ot er of Agriculture Mat and made the purchase tnen. ' receive 3oc, 38c and 39c, and Danville, here Monday, 26 head of backward spring with prospects of and familv last week. R. K. Young, of Adair county and wl attendance The Sunday Misses, Gertrude and Mae Hundly figure on having something like 5,- -' excellent crops under good weather here is still large. school Calvin Greer i Mr. steers that averaged 857 pounds, at J. M. Durham, of Taylor county, i 00Q pounds spent Sunday with Misses Grace and has been appointed chart instructoi'. Bessie Saunders. J. H. Baughman conditions is the summary. 8 cents a pound. brought G5 cattle to market Mon-- : John M. 'n Cress, ot the Preacheivs- At the A. L. Edwards sale near Sunday, May 14, is preaching day Several from Olive attended sold to a Mr. Miller a steer that day. Thev sold 17 choice two-yedeville section, sold another black An- - i : church at Pleasant View Sunday. . , ,. weighed 1,005 pounds at 8 4 cents Versailles, Woodford county, 40 cat- here and a large attendance is & Eubanks at old steers to Hubble ,, .. - - t Miss Zena Eubanks spent Saturtle weighing from 600 to 850 pounds sired. and Mrs. Alva Morgan spent n xc4.11v.jr l"'.c biita iv Ct:n f !. b UA ' TV. T All. a pound. Mr. 'week. Robert Shearer, of Garrard, sold from $45 to $60 a head; five Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie day night with Miss Vesta Sims. W.nD. Hanson and D. O. Lewis, of Misses Tackett of Pulaski county, West End, pa,d them $42.o0 a head formerl q A fc a f(mi brought from $42.50 to $45 a head; Singleton of Pleasant Point. visited over Sundav with their aunt, , the Morelana section, sold about 100 for half a dozen yearling steers. Mr. Henderson Goff was a court Mrs. Wallace Mullin. months, oM 70 from $42 to $45; 50 weighing m to Fox & t;,-..tStanford. dv,.4-Mr. Valentine "'-'c "tt.i uiiiiiiij' nuuci u, ui t),,!,. - lambs this week, $10.25 a McDowell 400 to 500 pounds, sold at $31.50; 40 day visitor to is holding a series of sick list the first Fagaly was on the luias- of Danville, at hundred Rev. Dotson of the week. 10 plain meetings ki county, who brought an excepU!ii!!ii'J!l!!iHi!!UiiHHH!!n3!!H!liES!Ur at Pleasant View.- So far 'Mr. and Mrs. Preston Hamic and Mr. Lewis had about 31 choice calves sold at $38.50; pounds. ;" 10 tionally nice bunch of steers to the calves at $30 a head there have been thirteen additions son, Robert, and Mrs. Emma Bryant in the lot and the rest were those market here Monday, sold 35 head of of Mr. Hanson and sons. Those who heifers at $33 n head; 20 good heif- to the church and seven reclaimed. spent Sunday nieht with Mr. and What Mrs. Katie Morris and daughter, Mrs. Henderson Goff. ers at $35 each; 10 plain heifers at them to Hubble & Eubanks, at a figwill bring the high figures are en- $30; three heifers with calves at $45 Margerv, srent, Sunday last with Mrs. Mr. M. J. Morgan was a Stanford ure close to $50 a head. gaged to go June 15. The lambs to $50; three Jersey heifers at $38 Mrs. T. J. Ellis. visitor Mondav. James and John Oatts, of Wayne which will not be ready then will be Rev. Dotson spent Wednesday at each; a thoroughbred Shorthorn bull the home of Mr. A. W. Jones. county, brought up 150 head of HAS A GOOD REPUTATION delivered in July at $8.50 a hundred. at $68; 200 high grade ewes with Mr. Maurice Saunders and fambeeves to court day market Monday The orginal and genuine Honev John T. Rigsby, of the East End, lambs from $15.95 to $18; 90 moun- ily and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Greer and disposed of practically all of; bought a hog from W. P. d and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Tar cough syrup is Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and bethem as they were good stuff. Sen- White, of the same section, at 8 tain sheep from $9 to $11; 50 shoats B. F. Sanders and family. of McKinney from 75 to 125 pounds, in lots of 10 Braswell has return- cause this has jriven such universal L. Hubble bought 58 head Miss Maisie ator R. Tam-worcents a pound; from J. H. Thomped from an extended visit with her satisfaction and cured so many cases from them at $50 a head. Mr. Car- - son, of Preachersville, he purchased each at $13.25 to $16; three ' shoats at $6; five sows with uncle, Mr. Fred Horton, and wife of of coughs, colds, croup and whoopson paid them $38 a head for 42 ing cough there are imitations and 20 head of swine, that ran in weights pigs at $67; five sows from $25 to Danville. heifers. Hamic. who has lived substitutes offered to the public. InMrs. Narcissa from 125 to 175 pounds, at 8 4 to $27; team of small mares, fours, at Green Gooch, of Waynesburg, sold 8 on her son's farm for the past three sist on Foley's. Sold everywhere. Why not have one this year? cents a pound; from the son $316. 2 years, has returned to her old home to C M. Rose, of Winchester, here Willis Adams, Mr. Rigsby 'oought of county, Tenn. En IMPORTANT TO TAXPAYERS in Claiborne Weigh your saving in corn, Monday three heifers for $57.50. He route, she will visit her son and famnine shoats averaging about 100 your reduced need for hay, bran sold a canner cow with a veal calf to When you use a De Laval Sep- ily at Corbin, Ky. iiilliiiniinuuiiii.uiiidiiaUiini: Before you vote on the bond issue pounds, at 7 4 cents a pound. and other expensive fodder, j T. W. Jones, of this city for $28.75. arator you not only get more Mr. Jarret Johnson sold a sow and Saturday, read carefully the followHenry Catron, on the Crab Orcream, but better cream as well the improved condition of your seven pigs to R. E. Horton last week. Mr. Gooch brought down about 21 chard pike, east of Stanford, bought What The little children of Alva Mor- ing: cattle from silage feeding, "head of cattle which he sold up to fTTAHE best evidence of this is The present bonded debt of Lingan and Calvin Greer have been sick a horse mule colt from B. D. Holtz-claagainst the cost of a silo and : i that during the last twenty- 42.50 a head. Center Bros., of coln county is $35,800.00 which last week for $55. Mr. Catron made from JL five there is only one way to figure it nn bo"Sht' five hcTad from h,m' sold to Julius Borders, of the CopDe Laval Separated cream has in-LINCOLN'S CHOICE bears interest at thetorate of 4 per annum, amounting $1,432.00 in1VI ES 3. variably scored the highest at all To W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, he per Creek section, a mare and colt terest each year. (This debt conYou're Not SaragBet losagMwey; mule for $110. zz important contests and state fairs. sold a bonds of EH y. B. Burton, the popular horse for $175; to J. M. .Cress, the Preachyoung stallion, Lincoln's sists of $8,000.00 of turnpike House entered Practically all the cream The great and $31,500.00 Court , ersville buyer, he sold 14 hogs that ,,, ,,o1 nf T n,,t0, . by trying to do without a silo. , Choice, by Kentucky's Choice, will bonds nearing a total of $39,500.00 mu:einiernnuonaiiiiiK.anuii;diii of MJIledgeyilie with the my farm with $3,700.00 in the sinking fund 8 cents a Show hold in connection averaged 165 pounds, at make the season of 1916 at here Monday looking for some good pound; Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition was sepAnd every year you hesitate means of a mile from "leaving a net bonded debt of about and contracted to deliver to arated by De Lavals, and every army stuff, but found it rather a probably increased cost due to adi Eubank at the Stanford and SomerOf the debt remaining vancing costs of lumber, metals ancfj first prize, and most all the other scarce. He bought the following: Mr. Cress the last 15 days of Sepset cross roads at $8,000.00 is the residue of the tember 15 head of steers that he exprizes, were won by De Laval sep labor. No better time than "right j $25 to Insure a Living Colt bond issue of 1898, for the from J. A. Walden. ,of Bovle. a nine pects to average 800 pounds, at 6 now", no better place than right here. arated cream. ,, ,norse ior ,... , r Lincoln's Choice is one of the rich- purchase of pikes. The assessed val$iuu; irom a. w. cents a pound. From Mrs. Simpson These facts are simply further 'year 01a tat home to get that silo you need. est bred young stallions in Kentucky, ue of property of Lincoln county, proof of De Laval supremacy in 'Leigh, of Hustonville, one for $110; and will produce the highest class amounts to $9,000,000.00, the levy Let Us Prove It With Figures everything that goes to make a good from George H. Farris, of this city, of the Holdam's Mill section, Mr. saddle and harness colts that money for road purposes is 25 cents on the bought a canner cow for $20. Catron cream separator. " h purchased a p.lir of TOU will find the De Laval is can buy. His sire, the famous Ken- $100.00 which amounts to an annual Don't buy any separator until T. W. Jones, of this city, the bigKENTUCKY SILO CO. let- - mules, one a maie and the other a Y the easiest and most satisfac- - tucky's Choice, has been for years tax of $22,500.00 and the State aid vou ghe us an opportunity to gest stock shipper in this section of L tory to use and keep in good the champion saddle stallion of Ken- is 5 cents on the $100.00, which you see and try a De Laval, we lemaie, lor $27 1 W. P. Kincaid, Manager tucky, and that Lincoln's Choice has will be glad to send one out to your J. Lee Murphy, the hustling young the state, bought several loads of sr running order. There is nothing about the oper- - inherited his father's rare qualities is amounts to $4,500.00, making a tofarm on trial any time you say. farmer near Hedgeville, has con- hogs this and last week. Among Stanford, - Kentucky ation, cleaning, adjustment or care shown by this horse winning in his tal of $27,000.00 available annually S. rr Just phone, send of a modern DeLaval which requires weanling and yearling form at Stan- to be spent on the roads of Lincoln to deliver to J. C. Johnston, some of his purchases were: from tracted ; a post card, or 10 expert knowledge or special tools. ford, Danville, Lexington, and the county to maintain, repair and ditch cn call and v.e will of Boyle, 35 hogs, on June 1st. He L. Stephenson, of Maywood, There are no parts which require State Fair at Louisville. Lincoln's same and build, maintain and resS be ,"l?.d to give will receive $8.50 for them, and fig- head, averaging 160 pounds at $8.50; in order to Choice stands 15.3 hands high, is of pair bridges and culverts and payfrequent adjustment you n'.l tho inforcon- ures to have them average about 175 from A. J. Gooch, on the Somerset maintain good runningor-tfine bone and station and must be ing interest and creating a sinking ms matio:. you wish. pike, 34 head, averaging 150 pounds to varying conditions in the seen to be appreciated. He is a mag- fund. form pounds when delivered. Mr. Johnevery day use of a cream separator. nificent individual and is just the sort Sooner or ston has engaged from other farm- at $8.50; from D. L. Spoonamore, a of a stallion to which to breed your ers of that same section, at the same bunch averaging 180 pounds at $8.75 you S u.- -l farm and driving mares for he will Les Cooper, of Turnersville, 11 J figure, the following number of hogs; from r rji will buv a put the stamina and style into his averaging 180 pounds, at. $8; TRAIN EXCURSION Only tool required from Hayden McBeath 20; from head colts. DE LAVAL A BIG FINE JACK. Frank Robinson 20 and from George from H. C. Cooper,, of the same secthis maThere is nothing about tion, 8 head averaging 200 pounds ss chine that cannot be taken apart, At the same place I will stand my mllfHIiiliSSIIHflllllEHIlIIIllllIIIIIUIIIIIII Dunn 25. by anyone who fine, big mule jack, which is a at $8; from Elmer Cooper of Tur- s: removed or replaced 15.1 hands high and will get can use a wrench or screw driver. nersville half a dozen, averaging AND fact; the only tool which is needed you th big strong mules that bring In 225 pounds at $8; from Charles Pile by fortheoperationofaDeLavalCream the big money. This jack is MAY 14th Separator is the combination wrench Baughman's Jack at Stanford, which of the West End, 48 head averaging above, Kentucky, and and screw driver illustrated is one of the finest in 150 pounds at from $8 to $8.50; furnished free with the machine. this is the sort of breeding that all from Everett Carson, of the West We will be glad to have you ex- - the mule men are looking for. Will End, 16 head, averaging 175 pounds sg amineaUeLaval stand this jack at $8 to insure a livOpposite the Court-Hous- e, at $8.75; from James H. Baughman rs aSd see foryour- ing colt. self the simpli- -I will also stand a black Polled Anof Boyle, 85 head averaging 160 sz city and conven- gus Bull at the same time and place pounds at $7.75, these having heen ience of it con- Have Some Fine Seed Corn, both White and at $1.50 at the gate. He is 18 engaged some time ago ; from James --- structioru SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES months old and weighs 1,015 pounds. W. Allen, of the West End, 18 head, JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. Yellow, and All Kinds of Garden E Sooner or Money is due on both horse and averaging 175 pounds, at $8.75; i you jack seasons when colt is foaled or from W. L. Evans, of Hustonville, Seeds, Rakes and Hoes. Care when mare is bred elsewhere. , C. B. HARBEJISON, Ticket Ageat 15 head, averaging 160 pounds' at Ej will buy a taken to prevent accidents,, but not JUNCTION. CITY, KY. DELAVAL Stanford, Kentucky. $8.50; from Yowell & Eads, about 75 Phone No. 168. responsible should any occur. head to go at $8.75. rTiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiim EDWARD NOLAN, Eubank, Ky. $7.60 7. 1-- 3-- Splendid Laxative For Elderly People J ' ! 1-- ASSOVfyAm - Way-nesbur- g, I 600-pou- nd 1-- ks three-year-o- ld I 1-- 2. 90-pou- nd cia 1-- 2. w i f buy-Mond- ay ! - 1-- ( ! 600-pou- nd a two-year-o- ld "--- " ""- ! al w, two-year-o- ld ! I . ! ! ar ! 1-- ,- miei WITHOUT MP'S ! " -- - 500-pou- nd J. S. Mobley & Son 200-poun- You Pay For have to say about cream separators this week th One Every Year 1-- 1-- ; 3-- ! , w, : ad' I six-year-o- ld I, - three-quarte- ( has to say about cream separators this week. rs $35,-800.0- 0.) $52,-000.- 00 two-year-o- ld W o later J.1 II I II I 0 I SPECIAL three-year-ol- d, CINCINNATI RETURN Sunday, T. D. Newland & Son, later B A O rounfSmtip Junction City