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V Established 1860.57th Year.-- No. COMMENCEMENT The Interior Journal 40 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, May GEORGE SHELBY DIES IN WEST 19, 1916 Tuesdays and Fridays REPORT OF TRAGEDY ERRONEOUS $62,000 PAID IN TWO MONTHS PLAY AT GOSHEN SATURDAY Home Talent WANT MEN AT BIG PAY ELOPED IN AUTOMOBILE NEXT WEEK For Poultry By Merriman's Big House at Moreland. Buy-in- g Performance To Presented In Evening. Man From Factory at Dayton, O., Scott County Young Man Weds King's Mountain Girl Here Says Workers are Badly Needed Exercises Begin Sunday Evening Broughton and Chappell A delightful home talent play is Members of Prominent Lincoln Fam- Rue Lucas, a prominent business Messrs. W. O. Davis, of the Piatt Iron Any business that can distribute to be given by the young people of Works, of Dayton, Ohio, has been in man of Georgetown, accompanied Were In Auto Which ily Shocked by News ofBro- 62,000 among its customers in two With Baccalaureate Sermon at Was Which Kentucky for several days visiting by John Bridges, his employer, drove months is doing some business for the Goshen section at the church ther's Demise in Oklahoma By Train and Seven Killed Church. Presbyterian at his former home in Danville, and through Stanford to King's Mounthese parts. Especially so when such there Saturday evening, entitled "Valley Farm." Miss Ella May endeavoring to secure seme work- tain Wednesday evening. There they a business is located in a town of A dispatch to his brothers and sis- men to take back to the big plant The remains of in met Miss Enid Flynn, who got in the exercises 200 or 300, like the hustling little Saunders, of this city, has been re- ters in Annual Commencement this county early in ,the week which he has an important position auto with them, returning to Stan- and W. M. Chappell,James Broughton High city of Moreland in the western end hearsing those taking part and a who met instant of the Stanford Graded and and entertaining told of the sudden death at. Drum- - He says that war orders are swamp- ford where Mr. Lucas and the young death in an auto accident near Del-ra- y, School will be held next week. The of Lincoln county. But that is just very interesting right, Okla., Monday of,4George Florida, last Friday were formal program begins with the Bac- what the firm of W. M. Merriman, performance is assured. An admis- Shelby, a member of the large Shel- ing the big factories in Ohio and lady were made man and wife by that jobs can be had for the asking. Rev. D. M. Walker, pastor of the brought to their old home near poultry and produce buyers did do- sion fee of 25 cents will be charged, calaureate Sermon which will be by family of this sectiorit'of fhe Wages from $3 to $14 a day are be- Christian church, at his residence Crab Orchard Wednesday and inpreached at the Presbyterian church ing the months of March and April. and the performance will begin at state, and a on Logan avenue. The license had of Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Rev. The I. J. representative was com 8:15 o'clock. The cast of charac- Gov. Isaac Shelby, the f ifffct gover- ing paid he says, according to the been secured in Georgetown by the terred in the cemetery after serters and the acts are skill which the workman shows. In groom before he came here after vices at Ephesus church by Rev. J. A. Trostle, pastor of the Presby- menting upon the enormous business! Alvira Holcomb, sister as follows: nor of Kentucky. tr to Silas.... the iron works in which Mr. Davis his bonnie bride. This romantic wed- Mack Hutchins. The remains were terian church at Salvisa and McAfee, which Mr. Merriman seemed to be The first dispatch received I, Mon- is employed nothing but the outside ding will undoubtedly come as a accompanied back home Emma Holtzclaw by Mrs. Mercer county, but formerly of this doing, when in Moreland the other day said that Mr. Shelby. was very shell for sharpnel shells is made; in surprise to the many friends of the Chappell daughter girl at- the farm.... of Mrs. Broughpreached the ser- day. Several auto trucks were com- Verbena, hired city, was to have Ellen Scott ill of acute Bright's disease. This other factories in Dayton, the inner young lady in the southern part of ton and, wife of the other victimto mon, but is ill, and will probably ing in piled high with crates of daughter of is was the first intimation thefamily shell and filler is made. His con- this county. She and theyoung woman whom she had been borMrs. Ras Allen, a married only be unable to come. There will be fowls, and several freight cars on a Lizzie Ann Tucker, one who here had that he was ill. Shortly af- cern is working on an enormous con- of rare charm, accomplishments and eight months. A large rows, but never gossips number of no preaching at other churches that special siding loaded to the guards Mary E. Holtzclaw terward another wire came telling of tract with the Russian government. beauty. The groom is said to be a friends and loved ones turned out with birds for shipment by fast night. his death. The remains areexpect-e- d It is working 2,000 men on the day fine young man, steady, energetic to pay the last tribute David Hildreth, a New York Lawof respect On Monday evening the Mozart freight to Pittsburg, Pa. The I. J. at the family homestead.1 near shift and 2,000 men on the night and holding a nice position in Scott to the two good citizens whose lives yer Newell Fox man was wondering at the size of county. beClub will give its annual Recital, Shelby City this evening, orftomor-ro- shift. All of the material which is were suddenly snuffed out. Underthe business which Mr. Merriman Isabelle Carney, niece to David ginning at 8:15. morning, and interment will fol- manufactured in Dayton, he says is UPHOLD THE PRESIDENT Mary Lynn Fox Hildreth taker J. L. Beazley, of this city, was doing, when that gentleman On Tuesday evening the Expres- pulled out his bank book low shortly afterward, at Danville. shipped from there to Canada and met the remains at Crab Orchard, and showed Perry Deane, a son of the soil.... Mr. Shelby was between 45 and thence sent over the seas to Rus- Says Senator Beckham In Strong and took them out to Ephesus. sion, Vocal and Piano departments that his disbursemetns for the ,...... Edwin Holtzclaw Letter on Peace Question 50 years of age, and for several sia by the western route across the of the school will have their recital, months of March and April, paid Hettie Holcomb, a country flower According to the version of the at the out to farmers and housewives, of transplanted to city soil years had been in business in the Pacific ocean. Mr. Davis says that he the program commencing affair told by Mrs. ChapA dispatch from Washington same hour. .His wife, has always Alva Holtzclaw oil fields of Oklahoma. pell when she arrived at Crab Ornoticed a number of Lincoln and Casey counties chiefly who was Miss Martha Hubble, idlers and men out of jobs in Ken- Thursday said: Senator J. C. W. chard, an entirely erroneous Wednesday evening is the regular for chickens, ducks and geese, was Harold Rutledge, a young New Raymond Traylor daughter of the late Levi Hubble, tucky towns and he will guarantee Beckham, replying to a communicaYorker Commencement program when the in excess of $62,000. Mr Merriman of the tragedy reached of this county, preceded him 'to the to furnish good paying jobs for all tion recently received by him with here, and was published in the I. J. 11 High School graduates will re- is hustler in every sense of the Azariah Keep, a clock tinker..... The feature word. He operates several motor ceive their diplomas. Lynn Gooch grave a number of years ago. f Two who are willing to go to Dayton which was enclosed a set of reso Tuesday. Instead of being in a pony children survive, .Steele aneioy, a and work. He will go to King's lutions adopted at a mass meeting cart which was struck by an auto, of this evening will be the Com trucks in his extensive purchasing Silas Holcomb, owner of the ValCovington and Kenton county cit mencement Address delivered by Lusiness as well as a number of ley Farm killing both Mr. Chappell and Mr. Walter Lunsford young man of 18 or 19 years4 and' Mountain on a visit the last of this of . C J.lizens touching their desire to pre- Broughton m r. oiair iiacKenzie, ol iius jvuss iYiartha Shelby, aged aoout, 17 'week Mrs. Rutledge, Harold's mother.... he says, and hopes to find Prof. A. at. were in an autib with w?cons. He lia- a SDiendid enuir.nflH friendly relations seven - .f University of Kentucky. Prof. Mac - j"""" u tvt..i.,.j i,i Anna Holtzclaw who graduates from Margaret; Col- some workers there to take back. serve peace and other people, six men and a j rau luuicianu, Liiici. tuiu with Germany, sent the following woman. n ad-- He was in Stanford Wednesday. lege at Versailles this year. kenzie is a gifted scholar and a proof, capable of caring for several Jennings, butler at Rutledge Man- letter to the chairman of that meet- ated an The woman, it seems, opersplendid speaker and will have some- ti.ousand fowlf a oay. lie is doing S10n .....Albert Gooch dition the following brothers and sisauto bus between Delray ing: ters survive and have the sympathy "x KILLING NEAR SALVISA. thing to say to the graduates and a great business and is a real bene-- j Synopsis and another point, 10 and 12 miles Jesse Cole, 40, was shot and in- "Washington, D. C, May 11, 1916. in the interior where a large saw their friends. The list of graduates factor on the West End of the coun-- : Act Ij Valley Farm. An afte.r- - of a host of friends and loved! ones Mrs. fAnne stantly killed by Burt Gash, near "Mr. William A. Byrne, Chairman, mill was operated in which Mr. Elizabeth ty. is as follows: Misses noon in August. The engagement. in their bereavement: "Covington, Ky. Holtzclaw, Maggie Rankin, Gertrude Act II. The Rutledge Mansion. Darbyshire, Misses Mary Shelby, Salvisa, Mercer county. The two Chappell and Mr. Broughton had "My Dear Sir: I am in receipt of become Gaines, Bessie Brackett, Lucille New York City, the following De- Tevis Shelby, Florence Shelby Ike men were squirrel hunting, neither interested. En route to that TROUBLE OVER BOOZE your letter of a few days ago, with Dudderar, Lucy Wilmot, Messrs. A ruckus over some whisky which cember. The serpent has crept into Shelby and Alfred Shelby, all ot the being aware of the other's presence which you inclosed me a copy of res- point, they had to cross a railroad. Shelby section, Mrs. Lettie Saun- in the wood. It was just commenc-inShirley Gover, Jesse Hocker, Jr., Percy Stewart, colored, They thought the track was clear, but obtained Eden- Tribble, Prescott Brown, and Saturday night, resulted in Bob James to get. dark, when Gash, who is olutions adopted at a mass meeting a freight train backed around a Ack HI' Same as before, three ders, of New Orleans; Mrs. W., SI Lawwill, of Danville, and Mrs. V.M. a young man about 25 years old, of many citizens of Covington and bend suddenly struck the car in Sam J. Embry, Jr. Stewart, his cousin, being badly cutiwees ater Parted. county, held in Covington which the party was riding, and out Act IV. At the farm again. An McRoberts, of Stanford. Mr. Shelby saw what he thought was a squirrel. Kenton On Thursday evening the annual on the arm and bank, and rntphino-' l on May 1, in which resolutions there 1 y The tri- - joined tne rsaptist cnurcn a numoer Het fired and upon reaching the of the eight occupants of the car, . evening n the next. March. recital of the Music Department of a for refusing of years ago. He was a most eStn place found he had shot Cole thru was earnestly and strongly express- seven were killed outright, and one, the school will be given, commenc- to tell where he had bought some umP" ot love meetmaDie gentleman in every way. ge,n fbf hftad.- MpfHnal 5iifl was siimninn- - ed the desire of those at the .. ing at 8:15 o'clock. whisky. Sam Guest, also procured . sruKT- vjole was oeyona aid. uoro- - ing that everything possible should a youth, was so badly injured, that ial, it was expected that he too, would' some booze for Percy he said, but General News Notes ther. companionable and a loving A& edfout, ' nurruuauurg, be done by this government to pre I die. The woman who drove the car nsr.KtOrracK.eij.uru, ui couldn't or wouldn't tell where it SENOR CLASS PLAY i.r n '4S$jfetified and went to Salvisa, serve peace and .friendly countries. immediately along with came from and. Judge Davison put There,ate over 78 prisoners in the 3S ? The .Senior Class of the Stanford I isalwaysJplesureT' me pJ was killedjoin LATESXWARNEWS yH vet nr.neld the inquest, the cor -" . H5gjHeu to give jail at Hazard. ' Sait in or 20 days, air. .prougncon and .' High , School gave their friends a ??c r .ij- ? r, ji J .ij t ms time to reiresn nis memory. A , J. D. Butler, of the Stearns Coal & The Austrians have begun to at- oner's jury returned a verdict of ac- public qu'estionirfromthe peopfcvTDfV' .f.r V7i.annnn . Jitcu ilia tivu VliHVa thsfr viiic;i backedi into tkeir car, lew nours oi aengntiui entertainshooting. It is feared that county, ment Wednesday evening present- jury which tried Babe Hansford on Lumber Company, McCrearythe Ken- tack along the whole Italian front, cidental married a niece of Cole's, our State, and to be guided a4 far vrhpn the train Gash, who and the scene resembled a shambles. a similar charge, was unable to agree was elected president of ing the clever little skit "The Crim as possible by their wishes and views. tucky Mining InsHute at Lexington but particularly in Southern Tyrol, will lose his mind from grief. and he will be tried again. Albert last week. against the Italian troops threatenson and the Blue." This was given : I, Therefore, appreciate your sendSOME FLORENCE "HOT AIR" in four acts, each of which depict- Jones, who was caught coming out a grand parade the Confed- ing Trent. The Italians admit their With ing me the copy of the resolutions INVESTIGATED OILING. It now looks as if Attorney George ed some phase of school activity, of the Tudor poultry pens with sev- erate Veterans closed their annual retirement on this front, and the The special Oil Committee of the adopted at this meeting, and I wish D. Florence, of Stanford, will be the and demonstrated some fine histri- eral hens, was held over to await encampment at Birmingham Thurs- latest official Austrian account City Council, the Chamber of Com- to assure you that I am and have Republican standard bearer for Concontinued gains. The total onic ability on the part of the play- the grand jury which convenes next day with a record for few cases of claims merce and the Woman's Club visit- been in hearty sympathy with the gress in the Eighth Congressional Austrian captures number more ers. As class president Shirley Gov- week. accident or illness. expressed that every-thin- district, from the way that things ed three neighboring towns Thurs- sentiments deer was everything that could be Twelve and one-ha- lf miles per hour than 6,000 prisoners and many guns. day to inspect the oiling systems in should be done to keep our are shaping up in that neck of the Two gold medals will be awarded would get your freight over a 100-mineArtillery duels characterized the sired. He had the necessary dignity country at peace, and out of any en- woods. Mr. Florence, who is a at the Opera House Monday night. phew of former Congressman George division in eight hours, and even fighting on the western front yes- use, and returned greatly favoring of manner and voice and was very at that, in comparison with transpor- terday with especial activity to the that used by Harrodsburg. They al- tanglement in the unhappy and aw- M. Davison, is n in Lexinggood. Jesse Hocker. Jr., was one of automobiles and auto so inspected Danville and Lancaster ful European war. ton, where he has numerous friends. BUY FARM. tation such as very northyest of Verdun. The French the real stars of the cast as "Class trucks, is not fast service. "I confidently believe that Presi- Congressman Helm, of course, is a but found that the oil seems to be A Rockwood, Tenn., paper last launched a number of aerial attacks spread in the Mercer capital with dent Wilson has been as ardently in candidate for Clown," and Elizabeth Holtzclaw as inThe Progressive party will not with State flying Charles of the "Class Beauty" played up to and week had the following about two sist upon the nomination of Theo- in which the Franco-America- n greatest efficiency and economy. favor of maintaining peace with Senatorcounty, as Montgomery, for the his opponent looked her part to perfection. The former Lincoln county men: The dore Rossevelt for President if the corps, acting as an individual unit, The trip was made in W. H. Shanks' Germany, and with all other coun- Casey will name a and with great success car and those who went were Messrs. tries, as any citizen in this country. the Democratic nomination, that the entire roll including Misses Maggie firm of William Bros., local livery- Republicans "who stands forcandidate participated Republican leaders figure progresthe composed of J. B. and J. H. at; Chicago Bessie men, Rankin, Gertrude Gaines, sives principales and is able to put Some advances have been .made by Shanks, Wm. Severance, H. J. Mc- He has been criticised and, in many "scrap" between Helm and Montwill so Brackett, Lucile Dudderar, Effie Williams, have this week week clos- them through," according to a state-mbe- the French north of Saloniki. the strength Roberts, E. L. Reinhart, and W. B. instances, misrepresented by parti- gomeryDemocratsdivide Mr. Florence, by George W. Perkins. of the that Ware, Lucy Wilmot and Messrs. ed a deal whereby they become the In Asiatic Turkey the Turks have Hill. sans of both sides in that conflict, who is both capable and popular, can Kentucky, under the State aid been repulsed in an offensive at James Tribble, Prescott Brown and owners of the nice farm at Post-oabut I believe that he has sincerely win in November. The district is one of the most valuable tracts plan, will spend approximately Sam J. Embry, Jr., did work that endeavored to keep this government nominally close, and it will be reIVERSON OAKS on road improvement this was appreciated and enjoyed by all of land in this end of the county. year, exclusive of what the counties Further efforts on the part of Milton Oaks, a prominent young in a position of absolute neutrality. called that Mr. Florence's uncle Hon. present which was demonstrated by In the trade Miss Delia Smith re- will spend in order to secure the Austria to follow up the offensive "He has been bitterly assailed by George M. Davison, twice triumphfarmer of the Ottenheim section and frequent applause. Miss Esther tains five acres in the southwest State's assistance. Of 120 counties launched last week are being stub- Miss Freda Iverson, who has made Roosevelt and many ed over his Democratic opponent, Burch rehearsed the participants and corner of the place as a homestead 103 have asked for State aid and 25 bornly resisted by the Italians and her home in the Waynesburg see- - others who have occuped high posi and it is figured by his friends perFlorence could repeat the deserves great credit for the attrac- during her lifetime, and after her counties have their work under way. a number ot Austrian attacks have j tion with her brother, Ernest Iver tions and represent a considerable formance. Lexington Leader. Albert T. Day, of Fleming county, death this tract reverts to the purbeen repulsed, according to the Rome son, came to Stanford, late last week following for not taking steps in retiveness of the evening's entertain-metchasers. The William Bros., came to was at Mt. Sterling last week, to official statement. COURT IN COLUMBIA. A good house was present. and after securing license, were gard to the invasion of Belgium, CIRCUIT Rockwood several months ago from receive wool, recently bought rfom The May term of the Adair CirStrong German attacks in the if he had taken, would Norma and engaged in the livery a pool ot farmers in Montgomery Avocourt wood and on Hill 304 to united in wedlock's holy bonds by which undoubtedly involved this cuit Court convened in Columbia WALTON GOES TO JESSAMINE. business. They are practical live county. There were 15,000 pounds the northwest of Verdun have been Rev. Garland Singleton. Both have have country in war. But in the face of last Monday with Judge J. C. CarA dispatch from Nicholasville Fri- stock men and will convert the farm in the purchase, and the price paid repulsed, according to the French many friends who will wish them every happiness. They will make hostile criticism from both sides he ter presiding. Several felony cases day morning said: "James B. Stears, into one for the breeding and hand- was 40 cents per pound straight. civil docket set for trial and official statement. a statement issued Wednesday their home on the groom's farm in has pursued a patient, patriotic and arelarger than usual. the postmaster-elec- t of Nicholasville, ling of all kinds of live stock. The theInforeign trade department of thiis Judge Carter The British have put the Turks to an American course, which has hap president of the Kentucky Press As- land is also to be improved and National City Bank, in New Yon1 flight in Egypt at Bayoud. The the Ottenheim section. pily so far saved our people from j delivered a strong charge to the sociation and owner of the Jessa- while considerable farming will be City, says that more than $350;000,-00- 0 sinking of three German steamers CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET the sacrifices and horrors of war. grand jury, which immediately reworth of horses, automobiles and in the Baltic, two by British submine News, today signed an agree- carried on, stock farming will be Hogs Receipts 5,300 head; marseems to me, therefore, that tired to begin its work. Stock tradhave ment to sell his paper to Ed C. Wal- the feature. The tract contains 532 auto accessories States been exported marines and one by the Russians, is ket generally lower; packers and the"It since the war from the United people of this country, regard- ing was active among the many ton, formerly part owner " of the acres. It lies splendidly and it sit- began. France and her allies received reported in London. butchers $9.659.90? common to less of politics, should uphold his farmers who were in Columbia to Stanford Interior Journal and con- uated only four miles from Rock- the major portion of these exports. During the negotiations with the pigs and lights hands in the many difficult and try- attend the opening of court. Many Bank stock will be assessed on full Carranza Government United States choice $7.509.25; nected with other Kentucky papers. wood on the Kingston pike. The resing positions in which he is placed, mules changed hands at prices rang$6 9.40; stags $6 6.75. Cattle Mr. Walton is a brother of Col. W. idence on the place was burned a valuaton and surplus, undivided officials are making every effort to Receipts 600 head; market steady; and that they should commend him ing from $125 to $150, and Claud prifits and other assets at 80 per P. Walton, the veteran Lexington couple "of years ago, and it is prob- cent, of their stock value, according safeguard further the lives of Amer- calves slow $511.50. Sheep Re for the splendid and successful man- Pemberton, of Elizabethtown, bought He able that a new home will be erect to the decision of the State Board of icans in Mexico. democratic editor and writer. saddle gelding from Sam Several Consuls ceipts 200 head; market strong; ner in which he has so far conduct- a will take charge May 29 and will ed on the site of the old one by the Assessment and Valuation. The board from interior points are in conferState Senator Burdette, for $500. lambs slow, $6.50(3)10.25. ed our foreign affairs. greatly improve the plant, installing owners. The farm is to be eiven f ir determined o assess all assets ence with Gen. Funston at El Paso. Charles F. Montgomery, candidate "You can rest assured that I am their a new linotype and other modern over to practical workers, and it ,J at dozen lull value, but bankers trom Washington is greatly pleased at a cities protested against such At the Philadelphia Show, Lady in hearty accord with the sentiments for Congress, was a visitor. machinery." This will be bad news stated that if plans do not miscar- action the German order to its consuls in Eglantine," the now famous hen good peoHenry G. Sanders, 72 years old, j America to see that no German vio with a record of 314 eggs laid in of peace advocated by the to "the host of friends of Mr. Walton ry the place will soon be one of "HAMILTON DID IT." ple gathered in this mass meeting of in Stanford and this part, of the the beauty spots of Roane county. died Tuesday at the home of his son, lates any of the laws in the State in 365 days was presented with a Gold-Rin- g n J. W. Hamilton, the Leg Band studded with dia- May 1, and that, so far as it lies in sign painter and advertising expert state who had hoped he could see The new owners of the property Virgil Sanders, near Lebanon, fol- which he lives. monds. Prof Stoneburn made the my power as a member of the United his way clear to remaining in Stan- have been congratulated upon their lowing a two months' illness of troupresentation while A. A. Christian, States Senate, I shall do all I can of Stanford, was married at Jeffer-sonvill- e, bles incident to old age. The body ford where he and his family are valuable acquisition. Our representatives in congress the owner and breeder responded in to honorably maintain the peace of Ind., Wednesday to Mrs. so generally beloved. was taken to Taylor county, his for are fighting to the last ditch to pre- behalf of the lady, and gave some of Louisville, by Presi- Ida Hutchinson, our country and uphold the on records, ODD FELLOWS AT SOMERSET. mer nome, ior Dunai. ie is sur- vent the army increase that Presi- interesting figurespromises much etc. dent in his efforts in that direction. Magistrate Frank Ogden. Mr. HamFrankfort was selected as the vived by two sons, Virgil Sanders, of dent Wilson says in imperative, but This unusual hen in the future,for ilton is known all over this section PICTURE SHOW PARTY. as herself and her "With great respect, I am next meeting place of the Grand En- - '"Marion county, and Putnam Sanders when the rivers and harbors or the her production line not a case of by his slogan "Hamilton Did It,, was Very sincerely yours Miss Ophelia Lackey and Mrs. J. campment of the Independent Order of Louisville, and one daughter, public buildings "pork barrel" is chance. She has the best reasons for with which he signs his signs. He C. Bailey entertained a number of of Odd Fellows of Kentucky at the Mrs. Jesse 'J. C. W. Beckham." being Simms, of Lbeanon. has many friends who will xtend ready to be tapped they will be layer. America's Champion Leghorn young couples for the picture show closing session at Somerset WednesW. S. Purdy, a farmer and stock eagerly on the job to get theirs. congratulations and good wishes. i GIANT POPLAR TREE. Thursday evening and at The Prin- day. The following officers were dealer of Bradfordsville, Marion LumFive thousand dollar appropriations At Kona, The Coeburn STRANGE INDIAN CORN cess later for refreshments. Their elected for the ensuing year. Wilder county, died Tuesday on a train be- for the purchase of $500 lots to KILLS GRAY EAGLE Our old friend, Frank C. Dizney, ber Company loaded for shipping a guests for this delightful entertain- Dupuy, Frankfort, grand patriarch; tween Decatur, Ala., J. K. Bunch, son of King Bunch, and Athens, build $25,000 to $40,000 postoffices of Grays, was here this week and single poplar tree that, contained ment were Mr. Shirley Gover and James Childs, lumber killed a gray eagle Monday aiter-noo- n Maysville, two large ears of seed 12,665 feet of first-grad- e grand Ala. Mr. Purdy had been in the in Kentucky villages is brought us Miss Bessie Holtzclaw, Mr. Jesse priest; P. P. McChords, Paris, senior South near Acme Mills, in the Salcorn. He recommends it very highly. and over 5,000 feet of other grades. for several months and Hocker, Jr., and Miss Matsy Grimes, warden; J. L. Perkins, Catlettsburg, time of his death was en route at the just the thing, but the very day He says that it bears five to seven It was cut from Sam Wright's farm mons country, which measured sevhome Funston admits he has no more large, plump ears of corn to the on the river above Kona and on a en feet from tip to tip. The speciMr. Prescott Brown and Miss Mary junior warden; J. A. Coleman, Som-iH- e was about 61 years old and is stalk, and that instead of having a face of the Pine Mountain. The com- men is one rarely seen in this secto place on guard on the MexiBailey Mr. Sam Embry and Miss erset, grand guard; Oscar H. Bel- - survived by his like other corn there is a bag pany paid $730.75 for the tree f. o. tion. Young Bunch sold his eagle-sh- ip wife and six can border, the house again rejects tassel that produces from a quart b., Kona. This was likely the giant Hill Mr. Bryan Perkins, and low, Louisville, grand outside senti- - dren. One sister, Mrs. G. C. to Gene Morris, who presentforms Thorn- n Mr. James Tribble. the army increase bill. Owensboroi to a of nice shelled corn. poplar tree in the State. Whites-bur- g ed it to a friend at Bowling Green. nel. ton, of Lebanon, also survives. Franklin Favorite. Mountain Eagle. Messenger. Barbourville Advocate. J great-great-grandson - w I un-forun- ate des-scripti- on -- ! - 1 -- -l .i . . ! I r g' 1 1 1 1 40-da- jail-senten- ce --.- ..... " in-trd- er " - .ll.li.Y - a IT ? I yi - ti -- gs le well-know- nt k, Di-arbe- kr. $4,-000,0- 00 th-M- n. - five-gait- ed I ! I well-know- - ! -- one-hor- se sol-rie- ds chil-Kacn- el half-gallo- Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May 19, 1916 ing as a costume model. Legar and , two of his followers, in the meantime, entered Aimick's studio on the pretense of being a fire marshal's inspec tor, caught the artist off his guard, j and carried him bound and gagged and helpless to one of the small back rooms of the studio building. Peggy herself, before starting out in answer to that summons, was still somewhat uneasy in mind over recent events. So she left word with her father to call for her not later than eleven o'clock. But more than Dan O'Mara called for his daughter that night, for ten minutes after her departure from the cottage Margery Golden's limousine drew up at the door. Margery's eyes widened when O'Mara explained the reason of his daughter's absence from home. "But an artist like Frank Aimick would never be able to work at night," she argued, with growing alarm. "He must have daylight for working in color." Dan O'Mara turned to the table at his side. "Here's his message, plain as day, written in his own handwritin'," was the puzzled workman's only explanation. Margery took the message in her hand and studied it. Then her color faded a little. "That is not Frank Aimick's writing!" she suddenly announced. "We must get to that studio as fast as my car can carry us. Peggy O'Mara, in the meantime, was being confronted by more than one surprise. The first came with her arrival at the Aimick studio, when the stranger who opened the door in response to her knock informed her that the artist was out, but would return in a minute or two. The second came with the quiet movement of yet another man who sidled up to the studio door and promptly locked and barred it. 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On Windward Island Palidorl intrigues Mrs. Golden into an appearance of evil which causes Golden to capture and torture the Italian by branding his face and crushing his hand. Palidon floods the island and kidnaps Golden's little daughter Margery. Twelve years later in New York a Masked One rescues Margery from Le-gand takes her to her father's home, whence she is recaptured. Margery's skirt. mother fruitlessly implores Golden to find Laughing Mask So sure was Mauki of his defensive their daughter. The away from Legar. again takes Margery a warning and a arrangements that when he caught Legar sends to Golden demand for a portion of the chart of sight of Peggy O'Mara and her father Windward Island. Margery meets her at the window he promptly reached mother. The chart is lost in a fight befor his rifle, adjusted the barrel between Manley and one of Legar's henchmen, but is recovered by the Laughing tween the shutter slats, and took aim. Mask. Count Da Espares figures in a dubious attempt to entrap Legar and Then he pulled the trigger. claims to have killed him. Golden's house The next moment a bullet went is dynamited during a masked ball. Leescapes but Da Espares is crushed in crashing through the window of the gar the ruins. Margery rescues the Laughing O'Mara home. Mask from the police. Manley finds MarInstinctively the two startled figgery not Indifferent to his love. He savesy her from Maukl's poisoned arrows. Man-le- ures, leaped away from the window. plans a mock funeral which falls to As they did so they realized that a accomplish the desired purpose, the capture of the Iron Claw and his gang. Mar- third person had entered the room. gery is saved from death at the hands ol And a second glance showed them the Iron Claw by the Laughing Mask. ar stood a magazine rifle to which a Maxim silencer had been adjusted. And on the floor beside the rifle lay yet another weapon. This, however, was a weapon of defense, for it consisted of aNjraftily constructed cape which, for purposes of disguise, could be promptly converted into a woman's TWELFTH EPISODE The Haunted Canvas. The daughter of Dan O'Mara was a very happy girl. So happy, in fact, Peggy that was the freckled-nosethere were times when the sheer novelty of her good fortune somewhat frightened her. For the tide had turned. The O'Mara family, as Peggy put it, was at last in clover. That mysterious righter of wrongs known as the Laughing Mask had interested himself in getting honest work for d lady known as Margery Golden, once she had realized the true position of Dan O'Mara. And that gracious-eye- d the family, had become equally spindle-legge- d inter- ested in doing what she could for the s i- 111 - v. &2a8$&8Bk ?r Mm Peggy. ALL PEAVINE 4092 SIRE, REX PEAVINE DAM, LUCY WELLS, BY PEAVINE, 85 All Peavine needs no introduction to people of Kentucky. His long Siftlist fof champion colts at "such fairs as? Blue Grass Fair,jLexington., Ky., "and Kelitucky State Fair, Louisville, Kf, is the best recommendation a stallion can have. FEE, $25.-0- 0 TO INSURE A LIVE COLT. It is true, none the less, that this young lady's benefactress had been momentarily nonplused by Peggy's choice of a vocation, when this choice was placed before her. "What would you like to do most?" Margery had asked at the end of her second trip to the O'Mara cottage with a bundle of clothes for the all but breathless Peggy. "Be a artist's model!" promptly anfactory girl. nounced the rapt-eye- d "But why a model?" asked the last-mention- DENMARK CHIEF A brown stallion, 15.3, white hind feet with plenty bone and conformation. Sire, Robertson Chief, "as fine a stallion as I ever looked at." Dam, by son of Latham's Denmark. This stallion was bred in Bracken County and of the family of Kate Hamilton, the champion light harness mare of Kentucky for many seasons. In offering this stallion to the people of this community, I believe they have an opportunity to breed good horses. The low fee of $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVE COLT. SHIEK, CHAMPION PONY The champion pony of Kentucky for three seasons. That is saying enough for him. And that he is a breeder, I sold Dr. Chuchmon one of his colts this spring for $200. $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVE COLT. TWO FINE JACKS" Two good mule Jacks at $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVE COLT. Season money due with all the above stock when colt is foaled or mare leaves possession of owner at time of service. R. S. SCUDDER, McKinney, Ky. Plumbing and Heating C. E. amazed Miss Golden. "To doll up in glad rags and get meself painted!" explained the dreamer of the dye vats. And odd as that choice seemed to her, Margery Golden did not depart from her promise. She sought out her artist friend, Frank Aimick, and inveigled him to experiment with a new and somewhat untried model. Frank Aimick, however, soon found young Peggy more of the ardent-eye- d help to him than he had anticipated. a Some of her unctuous yet uncouth at titudinizing, in fact, brought a smile to the face of the busy artist. But that smile was never broader than when he noticed her standing wide-eye- d before the large canvas above the fireplace at the end of his studio. For this painting, which bore the title of "The Vigilante," was a remarkable piece of work, in more ways figthan one. It showed the life-sizure of a frontiersman staring out into the room, with a leveled carbine at his buckskinned shoulder. But the arresting feature of the painting lay in the feet that both the eyes of the figure and the barrel of the leveled rifle seemed always to be directed at the spectator, no matter what position e that it was the Laughing Mask himself. He stood for a moment or two, staring down at the spotted warning that lay face upward on the floor. Then he stared at the shattered window. The next moment he was pushing Peggy and Dan O'Mara bodily back from that square of light. "But what's the meanin of all this, anyway?" demanded the astonished householder. "It means that a bullet came through that window," the Laughing Mask explained. "And I know that bullet was intended for your daughter here." The next moment the Laughing Mask had caught a broom from the corner and about it was draping one of waists. Peggy O'Mara's well-worAbove this he placed the girl's hat, tying it in place with a scarf. Then dropping to his knees well out of sight on one side of the window, he slowly advanced his improvised dummy into the square of light. That rough outline of a human figure was scarcely in position at the window before a second pane crashed in and the broom was knocked from the hand of the masked man holding it. "That shot could have come only from one of thoe three houses across th'e wiy. And it's ten to one it's from that empty house on the right!" He drew away from the window and stood for a moment deep in thought. "O'Mara, I want you to slip out by your back door and get help. Call on any neighbors you can trust in a case like this. Then hurry back here, for I don't want that scoundrel to suspect his plans haven't worked out exactly as he imagines!" "We'll get the divil!" announced O'Mara as he slipped away. And while waiting for his return the Laughing Mask sent Peggy for a cupful of flour. With this he powdered her hands and blanched her thin young face. Dan O'Mara had stepped back into the house before the masked visitor had completed his task. n throne. "The painting it Is spit- - TENNESSEE OFFICIAL j ting steel at us!" Legar, however, was no longer in WINS LONG FIGHT need of that warning. Standing to ; one side of the mantel, close beside J. W. Seaton of Linden, Clerk of the wall, he attacked the huge canbeating in the the Circuit Court of the Twelfth Juvas with his was for center of the picture at the same time dicial District of Tennessee, troubles years a sufferer from stomach that Peggy O'Mara, realizing that in part a result of his confining she was no longer being held a pris- work. He tried doctor after doctor. oner, caught up a teakwood tabou- He tried medicines without end. ret and with it precipitated herOne day he took a dose of ilayr's self on the preoccupied Legar. Wonderful Remedy. He wrote: lie ignored that flank attack, howthe best in the "Your ever, for the Iron Claw suddenly found world for medicine is stomach trouble. any form of himself confronted by a figure of more I am glad to say that after taking the importance than either the spindle-legge- d full treatment I feel that I am well. girl or a painted gunman. "I had very severe pains in my stomOut from behind that tattered can- ach all the time. One bottle of your vas had emerged a man wearing a medicine did me ten times as much yellow mask, tossing to one side a good as all the doctors' medicine that slender blowpipe as he came. Before I took for two years. My family phyhe could regain his feet after that hur- sician told me that I would never be ried leap from the mantel shelf, Legar any better today I am well. I have e pounds." himself had dropped the fire tongs and gained twenty-fivMayr's Wonderful Remedy gives perwhipped a revolver from his pocket. liver This he leveled directly at the body manent results for stomach, much and and intestinal ailments. Eat as of the Laughing Mask. But before whatever you like. No more distress he could pull the trigger, Peggy's after eating, pressure of gas in the tabouret struck against his out- stomach and around the heart. Get one stretched arm, knocking the weapon bottle of your druggist now and try it up in the air. on an absolute guarantee if not satisBy this time the Laughing Mask factory money will be returned. . was up on his feet, and face to face For sale by Penny's Drug- Store j with his enemy. Before the revolver and all other reliable druggists. could again be brought into play the two had clenched. Then the Iron Claw went down before a clean-cu- t blow M. Casey, D. V. M. from his opponent. He recovered him- John self sufliciently, however, to roll to Veterinary Surgeon where his fallen revolver lay. But Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College before he could level that firearm at (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) his adversary the Laughing Mask, reOffice. Farris' Stable membering that even the officers of Kentucky the law were no longer his friends, Danville, dived out through the small door at the rear of the studio and disappeared ROWLAND PEAVINE from sight, for already the sound of No. 6053 O'Mara and his rescuing party could be heard as they swarmed up the stairs. Rowland Peavine chestnut stalThe Iron Claw himself heard those lion; star and snip, foaled May 14, sounds, drew himself together, and 1912. Sired by Rex Peavine 1796, fire-tong-s, - by Rex McDonald 833. by Rex Den- mark 840. 1st dam, Bourboniste 9297 (full sister to Bourbon's Best) by Bourbon Chief 97G. bv Harrison Chief 1606, by Clark Chief S9. 2nd dam, Judy Oliver 6407, bv Red Cloud 2197. Indian Chief 171S. 3rd dam, by Wilson's King: 2197. 4th dam, daughter of Sims' Clark Rowland Peavine is a beautiful chestnut, with star and snip. Stands 15.3, weighs 1,050: four year old. As vou will see Irom r:ie breeding, he has the blood of the best show horses of Kentucky and is one himself. You should see this horse before booking Clref 2575. 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 fl916 at the stable just back of A. T. iNunnel-ley- 's house on Lancaster street. Money due at birth of colt or when mare is parted with or bred to other stock. Grass at 10 cents per day. J. C. BAILEY, Stanford, Kentucky 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 Mambnno 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 C, by Cunningham's Copperbottom. NOTE Almont Dare's colts from grade mares bring as high as $300 at weanlings to $500 and $1,000 at three to four years; $600 was offered for his dam at 2 years old and $400 for his 2nd dam when horses were caeap. One full brother sold for $3,600, and another reported sold for $1,500, and one sister, Toxy Dare offered $1,500 for. His 3rd dam could rack as fast as a 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. 1-- "It Means That a Bullet Came Through That Window!" from the door and saw Legar himself standing before her. She stood there, white lipped, staring from one evil face to the other as Legar's companions closed in about her. "You're BOWER -- the spectator might take. "That gujr gives me the willies!" Peggy protested as she made her way back to the model throne. "Why?" asked the smiling man at Stanford, Ky. the easel. Office with J. L. Beazley phone42, res. phone 263 Prepare Your Lawns s So they will grow and your gardens so they'll grow vegetables by nature's production, that is Agricultural Ground Lime, recommended by Ky. Agricultural Dept. Sold in ton lotsJand blue-gras100-pound bags. "He keeps such a bead on you, no matter where you get in this room!" was the girl's reply. But destiny, in the form of one Jules Legar, had secretly ordained that Peggy's happiness should not be a lasting one. For Peggy O'Mara was no longer a trivial factor in the activities of the Iron Claw. This slip of a girl had brought defeat to his plans when success seemed well within his hand. And for these humiliations Legar decided that the girl should pay, and pay to the full. The modest home of the O'Maras, however, had no inkling of this decision until Dan O'Mara himself, wandering about his combined kitchen and living room in search of his pipe, was somewhat startled to see a square of paper pinned to the faded door panel. Peggy herself, Joining her father, was equally mystified by this slip of paper, for its surface showed nothing but a round blot or two of black ink on a square of white. Neither Dan O'Mara nor his daughter had any reason to know the meaning of the spotted warning, any more than they knew that one Mauki, the stealthy emissary of the Iron Claw, stood hidden behind the walls of one of the three cottages commanding a clear view of the O'Mara home. They had no way of knowing that this same Mauki lurked there behind a shuttered window, patiently watching, hour after hour( the house across the way. Close beside him as he watched want that sniper to think he's done his work, I don't want him to break from cover until your friends have surrounded that house. So take your daughter and carry her out, just as though she were a dead girl." Dan O'Mara, doing as he was directed, stepped from the doorway with daughter hanging his own white-facelimp in his arms. He acted his part with a sincerity that was not without conviction. For, two minutes after he had staggered into the open with that apparently sad burden, the sniper from the shuttered house was detected slipping out of a cellar window and scurrying along a broken fence. That escape, however, came before Dan O'Mara's friends could completely take up their position about the suspected house. But one of those friends caught sight of the fugitive in the strange-lookin- g cape, the alarm was given, and the pursuit began. It was not a long chase, but it was a stern one. Determined as those indignant factory-toiler- s were to run "Now, I d stared helplessly about the dismantled studio. Then the instinct of reasserted itself. He ran to the back of the room, dived into a kitchenette, found a small door in its dumb-waite- r on a fine bunch o' cradle-snatchers- !" burst out at them, with the ultimate and reckless anger of desperation in her eyes. "You're a grand army o' heroes, you are, to come five strong agin' a girl like me!" "Stop that brat!" commanded the irate Legar. And there was a general movement in the direction of the blazing-eyed she finally and wrathfully girl. There was one man in that group, however, who did not join in that movement. The reason for this lay in the fact that at that moment he happened to be looking up at the painting of "The Vigilante." He was about to reach for a heavy easel-peg- , to fling at the canvas, when he suddenly straightened up, clapped a hand to his shoulder, and turned about. There was a look of mingled wonder and incredulity on his face. Then he slowly drew from the fleshy part of his upper arm a small steel J, H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY -- down the mysterious gunman so wantonly threatening their homes, the fleeing Mauki proved himself starting-l- y dart, little bigger than a knitting-needlfleet of foot. He gained sufliciently The next moment a second man, on his pursuers to round a corner, moving across the room to catch up a dodge into an empty coalshed, and emerge a moment later as a stooped curtain cord with which to tie the spectacles captured girl, felt a sudden sting in old woman in amber-colore- d and a rusty gray wig. Being obviously his hip, stopped abruptly and pointhard of hearing, this same old woman ed with a shout of anger toward the could not give much information to canvas above the mantel. Still another of Legar's followers, the group of excited men suddenly acacross the not realizing the meaning of that cry, costing her as she hobbled stepped forward and stared at the street. painting. Out of the barrel-enof the Five minutes later a swarthy-skinnepainted rifle, as he did so, shot still man with wiry black hair was hurryanother dart which buried itself in his ing across country to one of the Legar, where neck. dens of Jules "Th" darts!" he mumbled, as thickhe duly reported to the Iron Claw the ly as a drunken man might. "Th' news of his enemy's ruse and his own darts 're drugged!" narrow escape. But even before those mumbled Before the second day had passed yet another plan words were spoken the swarthy-skinne- d Legar had evolved Mauki, trying to hold the still for the subjugation of his enemies. struggling Peggy O'Mara down on a This took the form of a decoy message delivered to the unsuspecting divan, felt a sharp pain above his Peggy O'Mara, purporting to be a shoulderblade, turned about, and saw hasty request from Frank Aimick to Legar run across the room and catch come to his studio at nine o'clock that up the heavy brass fire tongs from benight, to the end that he might hurry side the mantel end. "The painting!" squeaked Mauki, to completion one of his unfinished girl was act staggering out against the model- canvases for which the d d well-concealed e. ever happens!" Soon they had left the city well behind them and were in that twilight zone which is neither quite rural nor quite urban. But Margery, the motaxicab ment she saw the come to a stop, commanded her driver to draw in under the shadow of a dense row of catalpa trees. There, from the running board of her car, she beheld Legar step out on the road, pay his chauffeur, and stand looking after the departing taxicab until it disappeared from sight Then he turned about, pushed his way in through a tangle of shrubbery, and left the lonely roadside as empty as a desert trail. Then the resolute browed young woman turned to her chauffeur. "I'm going to follow that man. If I fall to return here inside of ten min-red-wheel- wall, swung it open, discovered a shaft in front of him, and escaped to the street. The Corridors of Dread. Margery Golden, as she sat in the taxicab which carried her homeward, was comforted by the thought that she had at least saved the life of a factory girl to whom she stood indebted for her own escape from death. The further thought that she had sent Dan O'Mara and his exhausted daughter safely home in her own luxurious limousine even reconciled her to the public conveysomewhat stuffy-aireance in which she found herself. She blinked meditatively out at the back of the heavy faced driver so sullenly and yet so adroitly piloting her through the tangle of traffic. Then the abstraction suddenly went from her eyes and the listlessness from her pose. For, from the back window of the taxicab immediately in front of her she caught sight of a peering face. And it took no second glance to tell her that it was the face of the Iron Claw himself. The next moment Margery was shouting to her sullen-face-d driver. "Follow that taxi," she told him, pointing down the side street. "Keep within sight of it, whatd red-wheele- d deep-seare- d Correspondence and inspection invited. Will also stand my big mule and jennet jack at $10 for female colt, or $8 for male colt. S. T. POWELL, Hustonville, Ky. I L EASTER PRINCE 6636 For the season of 1916 I offer for public service, the splendid individual and royally bred young combined sad die and harness stallion, Easter Prince 6636, brown colt, star, 2 hind feet white, 15.3 hands, foaled 1913, is sired by Prince Roe 4295, by Bourbon Prince 2144, by Bourbon Chief 976. 1st dam Duchess of Denmark, by Duke of Denmark 795, by Gen. Duke 1902. Easter Prince 6636 will stand for mares at my barn in Lincoln county, on the Hustonville and Danville pike, at $15.00 TO INSURE LIVING COLT. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. The insurance is forfeited if mare is sold or traded or bred to another horse. Breed your mares to this horse and get colts that will sell for the high dollar. STEWART SANDIDGE, Hustonville. red-wheel- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May 19, 1916 Page Three S3HK3EsS3S : IB Pt""''agHa,lll,IIBg III" i matBmmmssmmmimmwmmmmt I ii$ . B lliillll WASM&i fWYrf7 I ' MiTT't IUII ll i i EPJK mm. JmKfl sssl!:2::sss Ipii wmjLA BS&Jzraj K p Children c f Fletcher' gg od I iHIIIlM 1 Unless there is a big im- provement in the freight car situation, we are going to have trouble very soon in filling our orders. The Maxwell Company at H Kg I 1 H ip1 - HI H IBH Detroit cannot get cars jS- S - ill em JHL HSH. BHH IMiiawgfe, Then He Pulled the Trigger. Tlie Kind Yen Have Always Bought, and ivliich has been in use for over SO years, has home the signatnre of and has been made under his per- rfl-j-2-sonal Za ). fZcCZ&bC. Allow supervision since its infancy.no one to deceive von in tinsAll Connterf cits, Imitations and " " arc hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. jr? -- Just-as-go- fe enough to move even half its output. We can fill your order now. You Touring Car $655 Roadster $635 are taking chances if you wait until next week or next month. You know that almost a dozen manufacturers have found it necessary to advance their prices on account of the high cost of labor and material. The Maxwell factory refuses to guarantee us against an increase in price; that is why we say "don't wait." Expert men in charge of our service station offer a real service to Maxwell owners. utes, I want you to get any help you can, and come after me." Margery stole along the shadowy roadside to the spot where she had seen Legar creep in through the She followed as best she bushes. could, found herself face to face with a tunnel-openinthat "showed itself dimly in the moonlight, and after a moment's hesitation stooped low and crept into this tunnel, feeling her way cautiously along the smooth brickwork of its walls. She came to a turn, buttressed with heavier masonry, and padded along this wall until her groping fingers came in contact with a light switch. This, after a moment's thought, she turned on. The next moment a number of bulbs along the corridor roof above her flowered into light. Staring ahead of her, she saw that the corridor ended in nothing but a blank wall. But as she stared intently at the wall she detected in one side of it a partially concealed electric button. She moved toward this cautiously, for she had learned of old to be wary of approach to any of Legar's fastnesses. Then, as she advanced, she came to a sudden stop. For she saw on the flagstone upon which she was about to step a small cross. There was also a minute crevice, unnotice-abl- e in its companions, about this g was now several inches lower than the rest of the floor. And this, obviously, had released a steel arm which had swung suddenly forward and swept the startled intruder flat against the stone wall, holding him there as in a vise. And as he stood pinioned there a great block of granite, released by some hidden machinery, was slowly descending lrom the roof of the corridor. Margery quickly manipulated the chains and re,-' leased the chauffeur. "Let me at 'em!" he shouted, brandishing the automobile wrench which he still carried in his hand. "Just let me at 'em!" "It's no use," cried Margery, holding him back. "They have gone, the lot of them. And we've got to follow quickly, or there'll be a whole family meet a worse fate than yours might have been tonight!" She had taken the wrench from his hand and was leading him out of the tunnel mouth by this time, explaining that he would have to bring his taxicab from its hiding place and at once start in pursuit of the Iron Claw. But these explanations came to a sudden and an unexpected ending, for Legar and his followers, skulking in the bushes, caught that betraying sound of voices and saw a chance that was too good to be missed. They closed m Yet on the girl and the driver, when corthat sullen-spiritenered, fought with an energy so explosive that the entire circle became involved in the struggle. It was Legar himself, and only Legar, who had the presence of mind to direct the attention towards the girl. He swung suddenly about and started for her. She saw him coming, raised the heavy wrench she still carried and sent it fiat against his bony temple and took to her heels. She jumped into the empty taxicab and headed for the O'Mara cottage. So colorless was her face as the bewildered Dan O'Mara opened the door that he started back in alarm. And her words were even more disturbing. "Come away!" she called out. "Come quick, or it will be too late!" "And what's wrong now?" asked the astounded householder. "Get Peggy!" gasped the girl as she - harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xareotie substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worm:; and allays Feverishncss. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, alJ Teething Trouble's and Diarrhoea It regulates the Stomach and Bowels- assimilates the Food, giving healthy anu natural iilecp. The Children's Panacea The mother's Frionu. What is CASTOR I A Castoria is a &Enm l ALWAYS &r jd&'VeZlP ss Bears the Signature cf j& & er 9:4 jn p: r? .' VCjS&rir -w Jr. w &''&&& The Kind You Have Always BoiigM In Use For Over TH6CCNTA.mCOMPNY NCWVOUKCITV 30 Years B&mZLT, Carroll Preston 4383 I will stand this great sire and show horse for the season of 1916, at stable, back of A. T. Nunnelley, at the low figure of $15.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when mare is parted with or removed from county. OF BOURBON POULTRY If you. haven't time comein and get acquainted, phone us for ' a to Maxwell demonstration. H. C. CARPENTER Local Agent At Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KY. Save 33 3 Per Ci On Your Graduating or Wedding Present, 1-- We have a Complete Line of Jewelry and HOGWALLOW NEWS. widow of the Calf Ribs neighborhood was in our midst one day this week on business and looked at Raz Barlow. Gander Creek hr.s froze over. That is not bothering Poke Easley any as his wife is doing the washing at cisThe ev- ery piece Absolutely Guaranteed, which will sell tor 30 days at this discount. REYNOLDS & EVANS, Junction City, Ky. tern anyway. Slim Pickens says the man that invents a steel trap that" will float around through the air and catch wild geese will be a smart one. The mail carrier was so helped up after reading a statement from Wilson the other day that he went and invested in a new pair of gaiter The Hog Ford preacher will preach Ford- - next Sunday. A big crowd will likely be present and those desiring back seats should go early. Washington Hocks will leave for a visit in Thunderation. He had some words with his wife and won't say when he will return. Luke Mathewla has filed squatter's rights 'on a patch of shade on the east side of the postoffice. Poke Easley, who tore down the stairway leading to the loft of his home, will have to put them back again, as he did not know his wife was in the loft at that time. The Mail Sarrier was nut behind time several minutes todav while ! waiting for a long blacksnake to cross the road m front of him. In an attempt to end his life yesterday a man in the Calf Ribs neighborhood put on his overcoat and heavy pants. The Wild Onion schoolhouse must be repaired, and as the School Teacher is the only one who gets any benefit from the building there, will likely have to pay for the improvements. Miss Fruzie Allsop has just completed reading one of Charles 's novels and announces that she is well pleased with the way it. turned ont. .That is another feather in Charles' cap. A dog got after Miss Hostett.er Hocks last Saturday and tore her dress down the side. She will let it stay that way. Hogwallow shoes. at Hog SEE to-mor- E. T. PENCE For McCormack Binders, Mowers, Rakes and Repairs. See the latest style Mowing Machines Before you buy. -- ! STOP AT- - Gar-vice- THE GALT HOUSE WHEN IN LOUISVILLE. J. GREENBERG, Manager 9 EUROPEAN PLAN GOOD ROOMS $1.00 PER DAY. FINE DINING ROOM WITH EXCELLENT SERVICE AND LOW PRICES. TURKISH AND ELECMEETS TRAINS. FREE AUTO-BU- S TRIC BATHS. WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS. Ken-tuckia- n. President Wilson has refused to withdraw the nomination of Louis D. Brandeis for Supreme Court Justice, and will press for early quadrangle so suspiciously marked by its cross. So she stepped carefully over the suspected area, crept forward to the button, and touched it with a tentative fingertip. The next moment a remarkable thing happened. A section of the heavy masonry shutting off the end of the corridor, at that touch, swung silently about on its axis, leaving an aperture wide enough for a human body to pass through. The girl, holding her breath, stepped through the " . ponderous masonry. This chamber, she saw, was empty, except for two mysterious strands of iron chain that ran from ceiling to floor, close against the wall, AvhilG against the other stood a deal table and a camp couch across which lay a couple of very dirty blankets. But along the floor at the far end of the room her quick eye detected a thin pencil of light. So she tiptoed quietly forward until she stood close to the frantically about the little door above this illuminated crevice. stared room. "Get her away from here, quick! Then she stooped lower, listening inThe There's tently, for the sound of muffled voices been house has been mined! any moa bomb left here, and came to her from the room within. ment " "I tell you we can't afford to fail In She stopped speaking, for the punthis move," she heard the voice of gent smell of powder smoke had asLegar himself announce. "The thing's sailed her nostrils. Then from the got to be settled, and settled before open window, in which a somewhat morning!" flower-bo- x stood, came a "But how?" asked one of his fol- neglected sputter of sound. faint lowers. She ran to the window. Lying in "With two pounds of guncotton and she saw a heavy the flower-boa time fuse," was Legar's reply. cylinder of metal. Even before she "In the O'Mara cottage?" asked an- caught sight which of the time-fus- e other voice. quietly hissed and burned at pne end "Yes; I want that cottage wiped off of the cylinder, she knew what it tho face of the earth, and the family It was the infernal machine which was. Lewith it! And I want it done before gar's agent had placed there to demorning!" stroy the house. And at any moment Margery listened, oblivious of the the explosion might take place. passing of time, as the conspirators Margery caught the heavy cylinder behind the closed door continued to up in her hands. She even tried to debate on their plan of action. Then she started, even as much as they did, blow out the fuse. But this was usewhen the sudden buzzing of an elec- less. Then she tried to. tear it away. tric annunciator warned that intent But this second effort was equally fruitless. And sheer panic took posgroup of an intruder's approach. It was then and only then that the session of her at the thought of her girl remembered her parting message helplesness. The bomb dropped from to the taxicab driver. All that was left her fingers to the floor. She made one her to do was to dart over to the camp instinctive effort to warn poor young cot, and drop down on the stone floor Peggy O'Mara away, as the girl ran to her side. But instead of repeating beside it. The next moment Legar and his that warning she let her arms close men were in the outer chamber.While about the slender body as though in one of the men crept to a secret out- mute acknowledgment that she knew it look crevice in the farther wall Le- was already too late. For the fuse, she gar himself stepped to one of the con- could see, was burning down into the trol chains which ran from floor to end of the cylinder itself. She even ceiling on the other side of the room, closed her eyes, awaiting the inevand by pulling one of these started itable. She opened them again, at the sound into action some mysterious mechanism which the watching girl could of a sudden step. She opened them not quite comprehend. She saw to see a masked figure dart into the them run back to the inner room room, catch up the smoking metal and stand waiting while Legar cylinder, and with one and the same manipulated still another secret movement hurl it out through the ' f spring which threw open aj hidden open window. The next moment a great detonadoor in the. back wall of that room. And that door, she surmised, led by tion shook the walls of that house. The bomb had exploded. But the some unknown passage to the outer house of O'Mara still stood. And h world. Margery did not giirp much Peggy and her father stared But at the newcomer, who, inthought to this, for there came to her stead of staring back at them, stood as she regained her feet tho repeated cry of a human being, a cry husky Intently regarding Margery Golden. "The Laughing Mask!" said that with terror, She ran to the pivot door in the masonry, swung it back, and somewhat shaken young lady, in little there beheld a sight which made her more than a whisper. "At your service!" replied the man blood run cold. It took her, in fact, In the yellow mask, with a a ponderable space of time to underg and bow as he stood, stand the scene confronting her. But for one fleeting moment, in the naras she stared out she saw where her unsuspecting chauffeur had stepped row doorway. (TO BE CONTINUED.) flagstone, for it on the d x ! open-mouthed haL-hum-ble half-mockin- taxi-drive- r. and Blackhead and other diseases in turkeys BOURBON POULTRY Carroll Preston has been before the public long enough to need no extended description. He has proven CURE an exceptional breeder of high class down the throat of a gaping horses both frr saddle and harness chicken, destroys the worms purposes. Hv is in fine shapo this and saves'the chick's life. A few drops in the drinkinff season, and you will make no miswater cures aci taken in breeding to this great aniPREVENTS DISEASE mal.O .WALKER, Stanford, Kentucky For the treatment of White Diarrhoea in chicks W. CURE HAS HO EQUAL 1 Kentucky Gentleman 5167 One 50c bottle makes 2 gallons of medicine "Why "I am a large breeder of fancy poultry and show birds. I Tiavbeen using Bourbon Poultry Cure past seven years and never lose a chicken with disease, and I attribute my success to the use of tins wonderful remedy. Have cured several bad cases of roup and other infectious disease with it, therefore I speak from experience when I say it f,tne my poultry raising friends in this cures. I heartily recommend it to adjoining counties, ' as tho greatest remedy I have ever used for the cure and prevention of poultry diseases." Jno. O. Reid, Stanford, Ky. aid Sold in Stanford by The Lincoln Pharmacy made-to-order TO THE PUBLIC I represent the largest and best clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order, I will promise you a square deal. You will get the VOLTAIRE worth of your money, either in the L-cheapest grades or the higher priced. S5140 -" My SPRING and. SUMMER line of There is no doubt about Voltaire? samples is now ready for your inbest spection. Call and let me show you. being the big breeding as well as the5 horse in the county arid C. RUPI.EY. The Practical Tailor. best bred H. possibly in the State. Each time he has been shown he has easily won first premium and his colts have won TREES first every year they have been shown. Shade and Fruit Trees, Strawberry There has been more demand for big Plants, Grape Vines, Shrubs, Aspar-gu- s, horses within the last year than was Rhubarb, Hedging, etc. Every- ever known before. Quite a good thing for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. many farmers have almost stopped raising horses and that is sure to No Agents Free Catalogs make a demand for them. Nearly H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons. every farm paper you see advises the Lexington. Ky. farmer to raise bigger and better horses. I think right now is the farmer's opportunity. Bring your mares are AUCTIONEERING good to get toa Voltaire and you will good colt. He sure make the season my farm, one I can get you Highest prices for your mile from Stanfordat on the Danville land, stock, crops or household goods. pike at $15.00 to insure a living JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Moreland. colt. Money due when colt is foaled. J. NEV1N CARTER, Stanford, Ky. Sales Cried Anywhere ne pay two prices for anything and go 30 or 40 miles when you have just as good or better right at home for less than one half the money? Owing to the temporary depression in the price of horses, I am going to stand Kentucky Gentleman at the extremely low price of 15.00 to insure a live colt. Did you ever have a chance like that before? Just think of it when horses of his class usually stand at $30 to $50. For size, style, action, conformation and breeding, you cannot beat him in the state. He is transmitting-thesqualities to his colts. Why not take advantage of this great opportunity? Almost everyone predicts that of horses will be higher within the next two years than ever before. Kentucky Gentleman 5167, by Chester Peavine 3184, by Rex Pea-vi1796; dam Flora Carter 8419,. by Red Squirrel 53. Will ma.e the season at my home, one mile from Stanford on the Danville pike, at Not responsible for acci$15.00. dents should any occur. the-pric- e e BOSSEAU m Cent FARM LOANS CONTINENTAL Fire Insurance Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle 1 D. A. THOMAS, Phone 80 cross-marke- d Stanford, - Kentucky lonvuie, on atamorcl pike, at $10.00 to insure p. living colt; money due when colt is foaled nr mnro ic nnrtl with, or bred to another horse. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Bosseau is a grey, 17 hands high, weight 2,000 pounds; is recorded in Percheron Society of America No. 501G2, sired by Plutarque 19S79 (40714), by Maubant (5421) bv n& 1j,3 (1079 by Nogent (29); first dam, Moore 41530, 738 bv Ulysse 11968 (18394), by Moutard 3842 (2759) by Cheri II, by Cherry I, 2d dam Daisy (41529). JOE Will also stand at same time and place and on same terms, my mule jack, Joe, at $8 to insure living colt. R. L. BERRY, I will stand my registered Parch-ero- n stallion for the sfinsnn nf ioic at my farm, one mile east of Hu- - HusIohtUU, Ky. VI The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May 19, 1916 Condensed Report of The Please be in your seat at the than in all the other states of the Central South put togeher Opera House by eight o'clock Monday night. Hustonville Lincoln County National Bank, 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 $547,483.06 LIABILITIES: Capital, Surplus and Prof its $1 58,542.77 Circulation Total Deposits 98,400.00 290,540.29 $547,483.06 See Detailed Statement in Another Column. "Corner Next to Court-House- ." The Lincoln TrustCo . OF STANFORD, KY. Capital, $25,000. Under same management as The Lincoln National Bank, is now ready to serve you in pacity of EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, DIAN, TRUSTEE, Etc., at the office of The County National Bank. "Corner Next To Court House." County the caGUAR- Lincoln The Interior Journal E. 31, SAUFLEY. Editor and Proprietor Advance. a Tear tl Time Forin"Which It isPaper Stops "When Paid. Expires. Entered t the Postoffiee at Stanford. as Second Class Mail Matter. EU; Announcements The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates, Fubject to the Democratic Primary, August 5, 1916: FOR CONGRESS GHARLES F. MONTGOMERY HARVEY HEKtf A REPUBLICAN OPINION. Hon. Leslie M. Shaw, former sec- retary of the treasury, says: "I have no hesitancy in admitting grave doubts whether "the republican party can, even it it should try, and also whether it ought to try to defeat the party now in power upon an issue of excorciation because it has failed to accomplish in four years what we have failed to do in forty years. If we have a small and inadequate army and navy, the republican party is 80 per cent responsible for its inefficiency, for the republican party has been in power 80 per cent of the last half century. If our coast defenses are silly, I submit it does not lie in the mouth of the republican party to say much about it. Let the next administration be a business administration, and while preparing for peace let it also do what we all agree should be done prepare for eventualities that may WHERE KENTUCKY LEADS In the recent address before the Advertisers Club of Louisville, John H. Sutcliffe, of the .Inland Farmer, brought out the following interesting facts regarding agriculture products in Kentucky and it relative position among states of the south: Kentucky leads all states in the Union in the production of tobacco, hemp, sorghum cane, and in thoroughbred horses. Its tobacco crop of 1915 was pounds, more than one-thiof the total crop of America. There were 22 states in the Union last year that produced farm products valued at. $160,000,000. Kentucky was one 'of these. Kentucky is the tenth state in the producSon of cor,n, its yield last year being over 115,000,000 bushels. Kentucky stands seventh in the Union in the production of apples, its crop of 1915 being 12,400,000 bushels. There are nearly 15,000,-00- 0 bearing fruit trees in the State of Kentucky. There are more registered Jersey cattle in Shelby county, Ky., than in any county or state in America. The show rings of the world have the value of Kendemonstrated tucky bred stock, not only horses and mules, but dairy and beef cattle, sheep and swine. Among states located south of the Ohio River. Kentucky leads in nearly every agricultural product. It has the largest white population of any state south of the Ohio river. Seveny-fiv- e per cent, of it. population is rural. The value of farm property in Kentucky is over $800,000,000, being larger than that of any other state south of the Ohio river. Among the states south of the Ohio river, Kentucky leads in the production of dairy and beef cattle, horses, poultry, sheep, wool, corn, wheat and tobacco and comes second in hay and potatoes. There are more silos in Kentucky 369,-000,000 rd Summer Suits We have a big range of light and breezy fabrics specially woven for HOT WEATHER. Keep cool this summer and insure your com- fort further by getting your Suit to fit and hang properly. $5.00 Palm and Pants $7.50 Panama Cloth Coats and Pants Beach Coats SEE OUR SPECIAL LINE OF REGULAR SUITS AT $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00 Better values offered in Suits now than you can buy later, owing to the high prices of wool. The BARGAIN STORE SALEM & SALEM STANFORD, KY. spreading her talk about the affair. through. "Indigestion, catarrh of the Some time ago she made all kinds of nose and throat, kidney and head, liver the I. talk about it being all talk of trouble and nervousness all had a J. only, but it has come to the con- tight grip on me. Words cannot declusion that it was true from the way they are begging for their citi- scribe the pains and agony I underzens to get their shoulders to the went. Serges, Worsteds, Cassimeres, Palm Beachof gas on wheel and do something. It seems my"There was a bloating I suffered stomach after as the I. J. is not always asleep to headaches, my noseeating, stopped es and Wool Crashes in Suits; Luster, business propositions, so wake up mucous formed in was throat, up, my my Lincoln county and do something to were weak secure the shops in our county. It throat, my eyes were sore. Aat times Mohair and Serges in Coats only. general and my kidneys will be a good increase to the tax n condition of health is list. Mr. Howard Alexander stopped what I really suffered from. Never off here with his bride, who was did I feel energetic and it was imMiss Catherine Combest, to visit possible for me to relish food. "I tried almost every medicine Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Stephenson. Mrs. Alexander is Mrs. Stephenson's sis- that came along, but none of them ter. They were married at Miami, did me any good. I finally concluded Fla., at the home of the bride's sis- that there was no hope for my reter, Mrs. Vernon J. Posey and after covery. I read of Tanlac, friends visiting several places of interest, told me to take it, and relatives beg Kahkis, Linens and Palm Beaches. If including Cuba, they were on their ged me to take it at first, but I kept way home at Bowling Green, where on refusing. Each day my condition the groom is a prosperous young grew worse and I was driven by desCOOL CLOTHES is what you want, druggist. peration, I suppose, to take another Julius McKinney swallowOd a chance on finding relief in a propri come to see us. mouth full of carpet tacks a few etary medicine. Ten days of Tanlac treatment days ago and has not been enjoying made a new woman of me. No longgood feeling since. W. G. Cowan is back from Lon- er do I suffer from any of the olid don, where he has been serving as ailments. Oh, what a pleasure it is juror and not a witness as print to feel good once more. I can't help I from praising Tanlac day and nigh.t had it last (week. Circuit Clerk Joe Burnside, of If any of my friends or people who Garrard county, was a guest here hear of my case suffer anything was Wednesday night at Hotel Weather-for- d like I did, I urge them to take Tan- CENT -WORD ADS REWARD FOR JAMES WINKLE. had been dropped. His home will on lac." Green river. $25 reward over night. be Tanlac is being introduced in Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Neal, Mr. and paid for information so that the (Ads here are 1 cent a word each isMrs. J. W. Rout motored to Dan- Stanford 'at Penny's Drug Store. government can get proof for penTanlac may be obtained at the folville Tuesday evening to attend the sue, cash with order; no ad. less sion. Address Mrs. Sara J. Winkle, AbKnights Templar reception. lowing nearby cities: Moreland, than 25c each issue.) R. F. D. 3, Stanford, Ky. 40-- 1 Miss Susie Davis, of Danville, was raham Minks; Hustonville, Adams the guest of Mr .and Mrs. J. W. Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-b'urRout for commencement exercises. LOST. A Cameo pin. Reward if Middle-burJoseph McWilliams; HOWS THIS ONE? Eugene Dunn has been doing a 39-- 2 returned to this office. W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, lot of ditching and grading on our The following story was told to streets. It has been needed for some Lyne Bros.; Brodhead, John Rob-binus last week by a gentleman in whom time. Contracts have been let for POSTED Against fishing, hunting City, Reynolds & EvJunction we have the utmost cofidence, and the rocking of our streets and work Stanans; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; or trespassing. M. D. Elmore, 28-3- p who said he witnessed what he told will begin in a short while. ford, a nice con- Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son. Adams Bros., had the writer. A bluejay picked up a crete block put in front of their ice long string on the corner of High cream parlor, which will be a great THREE thousand dollars to loan street and Howard avenue, close to New Salem convenience and keep their cuson blue grass real estate security. where the new Baptist church is betomers out of the mud. Mr. Jim Griffin and wife visited See K. S. Alcorn, Stanford, Ky. 40ft R. Rout is getting to be a great Mr. Oatley Stapp Sunday. J. ing erected and flew with it into a Irish potato dealer. He bought and Misses Lola and Cora Richards, of nearby tree. The string caught on shipped this week 25 bushels to this place visited their sister, Mrs. FOR SALE. Bemis tobacco setthe branches, and in turning and Tennessee. ter in first class condition. R. L. twisting around a large noose was Dunn at Mt. Salem. Jake 40-Josiah Bishop broke up his garMr. Clarence Reynolds, of Stan- Berry, Hustonville. formed, but the string became so den last week and planted out some ford, was the welcome visitor at Mr. entangled that the jay was unable things. He will have a fine spring Sam1 Sims' last Friday. to get it losened and finally gave up SECOND-HANBuggies We garden with proper weather. Miss Buelah Estes has returned and flew to a nearby limb and sat have some bargains. E. T. Pence, Jr., D. Nave moved his household home. W. looking at the string. Finally a Mrs. Sara J. Winkle, Rural Route robin flew into the tree, and spygoods to Mercer county Tuesday. 40-Walter and Homer Sims, of Dun- Stanford. George Tucker mover to the resi- can, visited their uncle, Mr. Eblee No. 3, Stanford, Ky., will pay 25 ing the string, tried to remove it, dence vacated by Mr. Nave and Wm. Smith at this place this week. and in FOR SALE.; Extra good com- reward for information as to the fastened some manner the noose got Thomas moved to the house vacated visited Miss Miss Maud Smith around its neck and the bined pony. See H. C. Baughman, whereabouts of her husband, James weight of the bird chocked it to by Mr. Tucker. Griffin Sunday. 40-W. L. Evans says he has a fine Miss Anna Smith.of Duncan, was First National Bank. death. Now, the that Winkle, who left here about two told us this story gentleman prospect for strawberries and with a the guest of Miss Maud Sims last was undecided years ago, during August 1914. He whether the robin met its death aclittle more rain would be all right. week. . Mrs. Dollie McCormack and son, visited her SEE the John Deere Cultivator was 70 years of age; 5 feet, 2 inches cidentally, committed suicide or Mrs. Mollie Wilcher Carroll, of Danville, were guests aunt, Mrs. Bettie Austin Sunday. T. Pence, Jr., high, of fair complexion, brown whether the jay fixed the string as before you buy. Em-me- tt over Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. P. H. Richard and wife spent Stanford. 40-eyes, grey hair and white mustache; a trap to kill the robin. What do McCormack. you think about it? Mt. Sterling Sunday with Mr. George Sims. was formerly on ihe pension roll but Advocate. Uriah Dunn was at Somerset court Mr. Joe Estes, of McKinney, visday. THE Graduating Present what ited his mother, Mrs. Bettie Austin George Miller Givens came up Tuesday. shall it be? Visit the jewelry store Sunday from Bradfordsvillc to be Miss Lizzie Estes is visiting her of W. H. Mueller, who will be pleas- - j at the Alcorn burial. brother, of near Hustonville this ed to show his line. ' 38-- 2 James Woods and family, Logan week, Hubble and wife, of Stanford, were Mr. Will Francis, of Stanford, here Sunday at E. McCormack's. spent Monday night at Mr. Sam FOR SALE. Pure bred yearling, Mr. and Mrs. Hill Spalding, of Sims'. Alcorn Lexington, were here for the Miss Belyy Smith has returned Jersey bulls. F. Reid, Stanford, , 37-- 4 burial and returned Tuesday. , home from 'Duncan, where she has Ky. John Sandidge went to Crab Or- been visiting friends and relatives. A' reliable and effective insecticide to be used in the dry form only, chard Tuesday on business for J. H. Mrs. Laura Eestes visited Mrs. Reid. Bell Sims Sunday. I HAVE started my dry cleaning j for the 'control of many forms of leaf eating or chewing insects, John Hicks spent a few days in Mrs. Mary Sims spent Sunday at and pressing establishment. Work LaAvrenceburg this week. her daughter's Mrs. Eva Elliott. called for and delivered. Call i'hone : worms or bugs found in gardens. : : : : i J. L. Conway arrived here on the 9000. Work quaranteed. S. Y. Car- 32-t- f. 11th from Philadelphia, Pa.,' to at- Cut This Out It Is Worth Money son. tend commencement exercises in DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this Apply Bug Finish on the following. Potato Plants, Cabbage Plants which his son was a graduate. slip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co., FOR SALE. We have a bed of Bud Cundiff, of Liberty, was here Chicago, 111., writing your name and Tomato Plants, Melon Vines, Rose .Bushes, Rambler Rose Vines a few days ago on business. address clearly. You will receive in tobacco plants, nine feet wide and Miss Elizabeth Stagg, of Stan- return a trial package containing 150 feet wide, for sale. Burgess Law-so- n ford has been the geust of her sis Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and J. S. Hocker, Stanford. 39tf ter, Mrs. Will' Riffe. for bronchial coughs, colds and croup. Foley Kidney Pills, and Foley Cathartic Tablets. Sold everywhere. FOR SALE A 1915 Ford tourKEEPING UP TO THE MARK PHONE 2 STANFORD, KY. ing car in perfect running order. "Spring fever" is not always a Campbell. Phone 141 SEE HERE! Carpenter & joke. If you feel dull and lsuggish, 37-- tf tired and worn out, suffer from or 261. Stanford, Ky. backache or weak back, rheumatism, Do You Want Your Kidneys Experisore muscles, stiff joints or other inmented On? dication of kidney trouble, it will FOR SALE Three first class Ford pay you to investigate Foley Kidney Kidney troubles are getting more touring cars; one equipped with elecPills. They aro highly recommended common every day. Government as prompt and efficient aids to health bureau figures say deaths tricity all over. At a bargain. See 38-- tf health. Sold everywhere. more than W. L. McCarty, Stanford. from this cause are 12 20 years ago. Well Known Colored Girl Dies. Anybody who suffers constant SALE. A 150 foot tobacKatie Lou Salter Price, 22, daugh- backache, who feels blue, nervous co FOR all in good condition; fine bed; dizzy spells, and irritable; ter of "Uncle Fields" and "Aunt headache andwho has urinary disorders healthy plants. Phone or come to Harriett" Salter, two of the most should suspect kidney weakness. the beds. Eugene Dunn, Hustonville, 40-highly esteemed colored people in Overworked kidneys must have a Ky. this section, died at their home rest. Take things easier; live moro good kidney remMonday night after a long illness. carefully. Take a kidneys up again. TRUSTEES if your teacher fails edy to build the A WAY up in the mountains of Western North on examination, you can get an exShe is survived also by her husband, But be sure to get Doan's Kidney perienced teacher, holding a first-claCarolina are the beautiful and attractive resorts Granville Price, of Danville and a Pills the oldest, the most widely certificate, by writing Fannie of Asheville, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Bregirl baby, and two brothers, Fields used, the best recommended of all Young, Waynesburg, Ky., or telekidney pills, now in use all over the phoning Highland. On account of vard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Salter, Jr., and Ed. Salter. The civilized world. Don't experiment illness I have young woman had waited table when with your kidneys. Thousands have my mother's prolonged Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. to her mother ran a boarding house already tested Doan's. You have not been permittedtake get out and Spend your vacation at one of these cool and delightful this method. school, so here in town and had many friends their experience to go by. Plenty of hunt a 39ts. places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion among the white people. Her fun- cases right here in Stanford. Here's tickets are on sole daily, good until October 31st, via one: tomato eral Wednesday was an imposing SALE. 10,000 FOR Ppee'al dcnotr'rsiioacl infirmary crd Bible Conference at Black B. Holderman, Stanford, says: "I Lccntdn, E:ro Crest crd WaynesviHe. N. C. (Lake JonaIc3ka.) one, her lodge and other friends and used Doan's Kidney Pills and they plants at 5c. per dozen, if taken at proved to be just as advertised. My once; 2,000 sweet pepper plants at relatives turning out in large numdozen and any quantity of 10c. RA523TOY I had bers. The funeral was preached at kidneys were weak and Kidney back- early per cabbage plants at 20c. peri Pills ache. Hearing Doan's itomjar Carrier of the South te the colored Baptist church by Rev. highly praised, I used them and they hundred; 20 bushels of sweet potatoes bedded out for plants that will A. L. Caulder, the pastor. The pall- relieved me." Stop-ovea few allowed at all points. Three special Low Fare Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't be ready in any quantity in county bearers were John Farmer, Joe )Wildays, of genuine Russell Excursion's will be run during the summer. Ask for details. simply ask for a kidney remedy lis Rowe, Webb Farmer, Homer Kidney Pills the same Brazilian 25c and hot red pepper For full information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway, or write Rout, Frank Bright and George T. get Doan's Holdermon had. Foster-Milbu- plants; celery plants later on. D. W. Mr. that B. H. Todd, District Passenger Agent, . Louisville, Kentucky. 40-Reid. ....... - , Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Dunn, Hustonvillej Ky. W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, purchased of W. G. Cowan, of Hustonville, a pair of horse mules at $290; one pair of Ramsey King for $300. Our town marshal is making it Youngstown Woman Laughingly Tells of the Astonishing Rehard on those that allow their stock to be at large in the town limits lief She Gained and a keen watch is being kept on a few that are allowing their stock like a pig and sleep like to be out at large on the outskirts a "I .can eat lamb," laughingly said Mrs. B. of town. Henderson, of 116 South Hazel Some fine Jersey cows, belong- street, Youngstown, Ohio. ing to Capt. Hunter were brought sounds rather 'pig"I here from Merrimac Tuesday to J. gish," know this Mrs. Henderson explained, W. Hoskins. They were yellow and "but I can hit upon no words that black. describe my present condition better. Danville seems to be afraid just Especially this true the now of losing her railroad division many yearsis of sufferingafter went I from the way the Advocate is Eats Like a Pig, Sleeps Like a Lamb Summer Clothes That good old Summer time is here and that means Summer Clothes, lighter weights and cooler fabrics. While a little late getting here, still we knew it would come, and We Are Prepared For You With Plenty of Summer Clothes run-dow- Wash Trousers In Blue And White Pin Checks McROBERTS & BAILEY, A, STANFORD g, g, s; 2. D 2. 2t 2. Bug Finish Penny's Drug Store 3. ss 'OTHEHN - rs rn 1, I- - . : The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May 19, 1916 Condensed Statement of Mrs. W. B. Penny, of Danville, visited Mrs. Mary Penny this week. Rev. L. C. Itelly, of Campbells-vill- e, visited Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Newland here this week. Wallace W. Withers, of Cincinnati, spent, several days with relatives here early in the week. George Crawford went to Birmingham, Ala., early in the week for the Confederate Richard Cobb, Jr., spent several days with friends and relatives in Madison county early in the week. of Kng's Mrs. W. D. Laswell, Mountain, is visiting her brothers, and other relatives at Gardner, Va. Misses Florence Mid Frances Land of Bowling Green, are the guests of Mrs. Bud Holderman. nJMrs. S. A. Mborehead, of Blacks- Jmrg, b. (J., who has been here lor the past week, returned Friday. J. S. Hocker went to London Friday to be there for a few days on business. J. B. Paxton, K. S. Alcorn and J. M. Carter left Friday for Louisville where they will spend a few days re-unio- n. WELL-KNOW- KENTUCKY SPEAKS. WOMAN N Heard About Town Col. S. T. Harris went to London on busness today. TheFirstNationalBank Of Stanford, Ky., Made to the Comptroller May 1, 1916. RESOURCES: Loans, stocks and bonds U. S. Bonds A BOON TO WOMANKIND. Wales, Hy. "I Fred Brackett, of Cincinnati, who take great pleasure in has been here with his parents, Mr. announcing to the and Mrs. Brackett, returned home ine great Eudiic ?:KTJ Sglt?p&mwjMgg, .SiH 1?. - from the use of Dr. Pierce's medicines. The Mozart Club will give an inI had that dreadful teresting program Monday evenwoman's disease, trouble, 'which ing at 8 P. M. Admission 25 and caused such bear- - 35 cents. School children 15 cents. ing-do- I received Friday. Stanford's Biggest Store Stanford's Biggest Banking House and other Real Estate Cash and Due from?Banks Total, ' . $230,956.48 50,000.00 9,521.54 48,509.1$ $338,987.20 $ 50,000.00 LIABILITIES: Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits Deposits Circulation Mrs. M. A. Gover returned from Crab Orchard Friday after a visit Total, to Mrs. W. E. Perkins, who accompanied her home for a short visit. D. S. Bromley, now in the insurAcey, of Lancaster, ance business in Louisville, was in Mrs. J. W. Stanford a short time Thursday on is here spending several days. business. Miss Annie Lunsford, of Shelby May 29. The Logan "Whitley Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Pennington City, is here visiting. Chapter of the D. A. R. wiU meet were in Frankfort this week in atHugh N. Noe and little daughter, with Miss Nancy Yeager at 9:30 A. upon the Knight Templar Nancy Noe, were in Crab Orchard tendance M. Conclave. May 30. The Tuesday Club will Wednesday. Mr. W. C. Jacoby, of Paris, was Rev. M. D. Early, pastor of the Charlie Pendleton was confined to meet with Mrs. John B. Foster at Baptist church, left early in the the guesti of Miss Lucinda Lutes his home the middle of the week two o'clock, May the 30th. , ,, . i- -i , week for Asheville, N. C, to attend Sunday. with illness. Baptist convention. the Southern The Mozart Club requests and exMrs. Mary Welch spent WednesL. Pilkerton, of Brod-hea- 33,119.50 206,667.70 49,200.00 $338,987.20 on business. Personal and Social "Eddie" Reichenbach in a Maxwell was the winner of the 150 mile my head that I became "a nervous Sheephead Bay race Saturday. He 300-miwreck. 1 had five will pilot a Maxwell in the sweepstake at Indianapolis Memorial doctors to treat me, all to no avail. I had day. given up to die and to leave my dear husw band and five little girls to the mercy of Chief Bookkeeper Joe T. Embry, this world, when at last my husband s medicines. of the Auditor's office at Frankfort, begged me to try I weighed 118 pounds when I began their- came home today to attend the demuse. I used 18 bottles of 'Favorite Prescription' and 'Golden Medical Dis- ocratic convention here tomorrow. covery' and four or five boxes of 'Lotion Tablets.' At the end of the treatment I John Q. Rowland, clerk of the was well and weighed 163 pounds." Veranda Hotel, spent several days Mrs. Rachel Tackitt. When a girl becomes a woman, whena at Moreland and McKinney early in woman becomes a mother, when agtvoman the week, drinking the waters for his passes through the changesvof middle life, health. are the three periods of life when health and strength are most needed to withCapt. J. L. B. Coffey, clerk of the stand the pain and distress often caused Frankfort penitentiary, came in by severe organic disturbances. At these critical times women are best Friday evening to visit his mother, fortified by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Mrs. Joseph Coffey, who continues Prescription, an old remedy of proved worth thatkeeps the female system regu- quite ill. lated and in condition. Mothers, if your daughters are weak, Mr. Evan Lyon, of Gravel Switch, lack ambition, are troubled with headMrs. aches, lassitude and are pale and sickly, has been here to see his sister, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is just Bettie Barnette, who recently rewhat they need to surely bring the bloom ceived a fall from which she has of health to their checks and make them been suffering very much. strong and healthy. ilS' ty-H- iPswf?" fa" JjT ' ; pains, burning sensation, Store le Dr.-Pierc- e You'll Have to Hand It to U- sWe're Selling the Best HATS Made tj Here's a Hat. Shop that believes that HATS can have a personality. day at Hayden. W. P. Kincaid went to Cave City Wednesday morning to visit his father, J. F. Kincaid. Mrs. W. E. Varnon, of Asheville, N. C, came this week to visit friends and relatives here, at her old home. Mr. Wallace Hall and family, of Freeport, 111., are the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Tupman at Hustonville. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee, Sr., Messrs. J. N. Menefee, Jr., and Arch McRoberts and Mrs. George were in Frankfort Wednesday to the conclave. De-Bor- Little Mary Pennington, daughof Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Penningtime. ton seems to be doing nicely. She Mrs. B. D. Carter is visiting her has been ill with typhoid fever a mother, Mrs. Sallie Goode at couple of weeks. was here Thursday for a short Prof. J. d, ter Mit-chellsbu- rg. Mrs. Adolph VonGruenigan and children are visiting relatives and friends in Louisville. Miss Ethel Powell attended commencement at Junction City this week. Study Food Values pects every cultured man and woman in the community to encourage them in their efforts tof "cause C. S. Woodard, of the Wilmore good music to heard in the land" at Construction Company, was here the Opera House Monday night. Wednesday looking over the work which his crew has started in reconstructing the Stanford and Crab Orchard pike. He says that work will be started from the Crab Orchard end of the road very shortly. The hustling Manning brothers,, .of Turnersville, this week bought a tract of land of George Alcorn on the Peyton's Well road in the Turnersville section, for which they paid $750. They plan to farm it. 14-ac- re ..,' -- tj It's a belief in which we have few followers with most stores "a hat is a hat" and nothing more. tj We believe that a man's hat ought Maternity! The Little Jane Murrell Foster, daughFood provided for .the family table deter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Foster, is still quite ill with colitis. serves the careful thought of every houseMr. and Mrs. Adolph Von Gruen-iga- n wife. Do you use thought when buying and family are vsiting Mr. and baking powder? Mrs. Ernest Welf, at Tracy City, Tenn. The quality of cake, biscuits and all Mrs. Marvin Adams has returned quickly raised flour foods depends largely to her home, at, Lexington. afjera. vTi upon the kind of baking powder used. visit to her ""mother, 'Mrs. Annie It is written into life's expectations thai Newland. motherhood is the one sublime accom Royal Baking Powder is made from Con. Dan McCollum, popular proplishment. And If the McCollum House at cream of tartar derived from grapes. It is there is anything-- , eo prietor of matter how simple, Junction City, was in town Friday absolutely pure and has proved its excelbow apparently trivial on business. it may seem, if it can lence for making food of finest quality and Miss Susan Fisher Woods has reaid, help, assist or in any way comfort the turned home after a protracted viswholesomeness for generations. expectant mother, it is ix blessing. And such it to relatives and friends in Mt. is a remedy called Sterling and Millersburg. Royal Baking Powder contains no alum 'Mother's Friend." Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Davis, of Y: You apply it over the nor phosphate. stomach muscles. It is quina, Oregon, are visiting her pargently rubbed od the surface, and makes ents, Mr. and Mrs. James T. Hack-lethe TI1T1Im nlinnf. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. on the Danville pike. Ihls relieves the strain on ligaments, natural Phillips, senior member expansion takes place without undue effect Thomas New York upon the nerves. as the time ap- of the clothing firm of proaches, the mind has pone through a period of repose, of gentle expectancy, and Phillips & Phillips, was in Cincinnathis has an unquestioned influence upon the week. future child. That this is true is evidenced ti several days this Ly the fact that three generations of mothers ENTERTAINED ROOK CLUB. Miss Anna Gay Lutes has return High School News have used and recommended "Mother's , to her home at Lexington nfrpr ,. ed r., Mrs. George B. Cooper delightFnVnrf." Aw vnnr nn.nr bottle of this splendid remedy. He will get a visit to Miss Lucinda Lutes. Mr. fully entertained the Rook Club at The High School pupils are all it for you. And then write to Bradfield Reg- - John Lutes returned with her and her home Thursday afternoon. A de- rejoicing over the fact that the repulator Co., 407 Lamar BldgM Atlanta, Ga for a most interesting book of information will visit his daughter, Mrs. J. B. licious salad course was served the resentative from here in the Oratorlo prospective mothers. It is mailed free. ,. , isner. guests and the popular hostess was ical contest at Lexington won secWrite today. It is a book you will enjor. ond place. This is one of the greatassisted in entertaining by her est honors that could be bestowed daughters, Mrs. J. O. Reid and Miss on any one and several who heard Lyle Cooper. Among those who en- this brilliant young lady speak say joyed the charming nospltality were that she was really better than the one who won first, who was of Mesdames John B. Foster, W. A. course a Lexington candidate. Many R. M. High Schools of Kentucky, who had Tribble, . H. J. McRoberts, Newland, R. T. Bruce, J. S. Ows- been training in the Oratorical De ley, Wm. Severance, J. B. Paxton, partment for several times the .numyears that Stanford has, sent S. M. Saufley, J. H. Woods, J. S. ber of representatives, but all proved of Rice, R. C. Hocker, J. C. Bailey, Bet-ti- e no avail against one of such excel Bush, McKee Riffe, Sam Robin- lent ability. This honored person son, W. K. Warner, Miss Ophelia is Miss Anna Katherine Matheny, of class '17 and she was victor over Lackey. such places as Louisville, Bellevue, May 20, We will place on sale Saturday, K. M. I., and Lawrenceburg. FerdiACROSTIC ON MOTHER nand Matheny represented the boys the best line of Dollar Shirt Waists in Mother is regarded, the most, bless- from here and made an extra good show, but he was up against more ed name on earth, experience than he had had. America Old and young should obey, and not Sunday, May 21. Rev. J. A. cause her grief, Trostle will preach the baccalaureaet JJ To them that have lost mothers, lost sermon at the Presbyterian church. There will be special music for this their best friends, Heaven is their reward, who honor service Monday, May 22. The program their father and mother, at the Opera House will be renderyou usto name as The waist is Earth would be disconsolate, with- ed by the Mozart Club. out her kind words. Tuesday, May 23: At the Opera ually see in higher priced waists is in the Remember, honor God first, mother House the Expression, Vocal and will give the Music departments next and love one another. "Worthmore." We have the agency in program. WILL G. McKINNEY. May. CommenceWednesday, Montgomery, Ala. this county and you will always find a ment exercises at the Opera House. Dr. A. S. McKenzie, of the University of Kentucky will deliver the this choice selection of these waists NOT ENOUGH CHILDREN address. Thursday, May 25. Annual Musstore. ever receive the proper balance of food ical Recital at the Opera House. to sufficiently nourish both body and Friday, May 26. Baseball boys brain during the growing period when go to Danville to compete with that nature's demands are greater than in High, School. mature life. This is shown in so many Monday, May 22. The Hustonpale faces, lean bodies frequent colds, ville and Stanford High Schools, will and lack of ambition. cross bats. de Word of Words Miss Josephine Hayden, of Paris, formerly of Stanford, has just been appointed to a nice position in the School for the Deaf at Jacksonville, 111. Miss Hayden stood highest in the examination for the state of Illinois and her grade was said to be the second highest made by any one taking this examination in the United States. Her many friends and relatives here are very proud of the splendid work she is doing. to fit his character and not just his head. We feel that there are right hats for you and wrong ones. fl Supplying the RIGHT HAT is our mission. tj Keith, National and Star Hats are shown in the season's newest styles. A big assortment of Leghorns, Porto Rico, Palm Beach, Wood Fibre and Panama in all the newest shapes. Prices 50c to $4.75. Mi-lam- s, y, John Frank Stephenson, representing the Merit Manufacturing down in Company, of Mayfield, western Kentucky, paid a visit to Lincoln this week and visited George Stephenson and other relatives. Mr. Stephenson is a native of Lincoln, being a son of the late L. V. Stephenson. He was given a cordial This was his first visit welcome. home in thirty odd years. to his old Local Agent W. L. McCarty for the Dodge Brothers motor car, sold a couple of nice touring cars this week. Ed. H. Ballard, on the Lancaster pike, bought one and the other goes to R. C. Hocker, on the Knob Lick pike. Mr. McCarty has obtained the agency for one of the most satisfactory medium priced cars on the market and is using some printer's ink in another column, as he knows that it pays to advertise a good thing when one finds it. I Phillips Phillips an up-to-da- te News of the Churches I The General assembly of the Southern Presbyterian church will be held I S aturday Special Mat S. Cohen, Commissioner of Agriculture, made a fine selection of a head for the Horse Department of the State Fair for this year when he landed clever "Bob" Elkin, business manager of the Lancaster Record, for the job which has been- held before by Guthrie M. Wilson, of Bardstown. Mr. Elkin is one of the best posted horsemen n this part of the state and will make good anywhere they place him. - .j Services at the Chrstian church this week at Orlando, Fla. May 21 : Sunday School ' Mr. Walter Hardin, of WinchesSunday, at 9:30; Preaching at 10:45. No' ter, will preach at the little chapel ' on Lancaster street next Sunday preaching services in the evening. morning and night. Presbyterian church, Sunday, May 21: Sunday school, 9:30; Service at' Rev. C. H. Greer, presiding elder, 11 o'clock Heaven's Greatest Word. ' will preach at the Methodist church C. E. Topic: The Blessings of Peace; Sunday morning. There will be no and How to Get Them; John 14:27. services in the evening on account The Baccalaureate Service at 8 of the baccalaureate sermon at the Presbyterian church. o'clock. See program. i "The Worthmore true that ,, Lincoln county democrats will hold a mass convention at the courthouse beginning at 1:30 o'clocl: Saturday afternoon for the purpose of naming 19 delegates and alternates to the state convention which will be held in Lexington next Wednesday. Chairman Walter O. Walker, of the Democratic County Committee will call the convention to order at 1:30 o'clock in accordance with the call of the state committee. GOOD FOR COLDS. and Glycerine are Honey, Pine-Trecognized cold remedies. In Dr. ar Graham Springs HOTEL Home of the famous Graham and Greenville Springs Water. HARRODSBURG, KENTUCKY Now open with new improvements and the best accomodations. Special at Severance & Son Stanford, Kentucky For all such children we say with unmistakable earnestness: They need Scott's Emulsion, and need it now. It possesses in concentrated form the very food elements to enrich their blood. It changesvweakness to strength ; it makes them sturdy and strong. No alcohol. Scott & Bowse, Bloomfield, N.J. The Pearsite Company, who planned, to make dyes of coal tar at Clay City, Powell county, has been closed, being unable to meet its payroll.. The Company as incorporated in D'ela- warp with S2.nnn.0f)n canital. atid it ; '" I. J is said to owe ?100,UUU. -- these are comBell's bined with other cough medicine in a pleasant syrup. Dr. Bell's quickly stops your cough, checks your cold, soothes irritation of the throat. Excellent for young, adult and aged. Its one of the best cough syrups made. Formula on every bottle. You know just what you are taking and your doctor knows its good lor coughs and colds. Insist on Dr. Bell's Only 25c at Druggists. Pine-Tar-Honey Pine-Tar-Hon- attention to auto parties. .Meals prepared on short notice. PHONE US ey Opening Ball, June 2nd - i? v ywv -- v.- - Pine-Tar-Hon- Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Mt. Moriah Most of our farmers Tiave their corn planted and are now preparing to put out their tobacco crops, and the housewives are quite busy about house and yard cleaning and all are wishing for a much needed rain. Gardens are looking fine and the poultry yards abound in young chickens and looks like a pretty good feast ahead. The members and friends of Mt. Moriah Christian church are collecting funds for covering and painting the building. If anyone reading this notice wishes to help in this work, send contribution to D. R. Adams, Stanford, Ky., Rural Route. Your aid will be appreciated. Mr. Alvin Gooch lost his residence by fire a few nights back. His friends sympathize him him in his loss. Mrs. B. D. Hiatt had a few days' visit with her sister.Mrs. C. C. Ger-keof Green River section. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Warfield spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ger-kemother, Friday, May 19, 1916 Blue Lick There will be preaching next Sunday at Mr. James H. Wilder's at Sirs. R o s a A. Clinton Place, Kansas City, Mo.: "I had a cold in the head. I used Peruna. Was well pleased with the results. I do not need any omer c:ea:cu:e." KIsg, 313 "Why Swear, Dear? Use 'Gets-I- t' METAL SHINGLES have solved ouzzroo H vroniem. We'are-Aroizgkwf- i leaks andrepairs and ourhouse is improved in appearance. For' Sale by two o'clock. Mrs. Linda Hoskins is still quite quite ill, we are sorry to say. It's the New Plan. Simple. Sure as Mr. J. B. Robbins and wife, and, Pate. Applied in a Few Seconds. Clyde visited Mr. and Mrs. George "Why, John, I never knew you to Hasty last Sunday. use such language! I've told you Mrs. J. L. Robbins and children several times it's no use to try those bandages, salves, tapes, plasters, and visited Mrs. George Hasty last Sunday. inThe School Superintendent forms us that we are to have four hundred dollar school house at Blue Lick. for Corns!" "PE-RU-- N 5JB Ave.. 3Ir. wniiam E. Dennr. W23 Park Sprinpfleld, (Registered Traae Mark U. S. Patent Office) troubled with catarrh of the head, nose, throat and stomach. I am greatly relieved by Ohio: "Was Peruna The Stoniacli Troubles and Catarrh Relieved. No Remedy can Compete "with Ready-to-ta- ke .ajwgJU.qk3?ay;urTir-a- Coughs, Colds, reruca. - .- - 'rjr.:cjini: THE STORMPROOF ROOF LCgs- -- y, WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. y. Middleburg Wheat is now a proud owner of a new Ford automobile. Will Murphy and Robert Xunncl-le- y were here Saturday. Mr. Murphy is thinking of going back into the service of Uncle Sam, but would prefer that they catch Villa before he reenlists. Henry Thomas, editor of the Casey County News, came up Saturday, to be auctioneer at the sale of the William late Mrs. H. H. McAninich. The fact that there were nearly 100 indictments returned by the late grand jury, does not speak well for the people of this county. Casey has always been noted for its strict enforcement of the law, but it looks like there is something wrong some where. Several of our boys of tender age were summoned before the grand ing. jury last week and there were some not present the sale unexpected developements, it is said of We were H. McAninich,at deceased, Mrs. H. when they told their story. They had Saturday, but learn that everything brought good prices. A Russell county stock dealer rented the 30 acres of grass that was offered at $160. been buying booze of one Bill Foley for some time and they seem to have made a clean breast of the matter. Foley has taken to the hills and it is devoutedly hoped that his worthless carcass will never be seen here again. The meeting at the Baptist church which had been running for nearly two weeks closed Thursday night of last week with 15 additions, eleven of which were by baptism. Revs. J. W. Beagle and K. G. Martin baptized the converts in the river here Thursday afternoon. Rev. Beagle conducted the preaching service without assistance, and preached a fine series of sermons. One of the most interesting features of the meeting was the song services conducted almost exclusively by the children. Rev. Beagle left Friday morning for a short rest with his family at Georgetown and then to go to Brodhcad for two weeks' meet- Mrs. James McGuffey visited her Mrs. Watts at Maywood Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gerkey and family' visited Mr. and Mrs. James Reid Sunday and also Mrs. B. D. Hiatt was a visiter at Mr. Reid's Miss Oritha Warfield and her friend, Mr. Alonzo Berry took dinner with Mrs. Shell Reid Sunday. Mrs. Frank Hazlett was in town one day last week having some dental work done. Mrs. C. L. Davis is able to sit up some and go to the table and eat, much to the delight, of her family Gardens are looking fine in this community. Rev. J. B. Robbins filled his appointment here last Sunday and preached a fine sermon. Miss Martha Hurst visited Miss Myrtle Thompson last Sunday in the afternoon. Mr. Henry Francis and brother visited his daughter, Mrs. Will Hasty last Sunday. Dutchess MP' Iifami WITHOUT A A IfKlllH Pay For You One Every Year Why not have one this year? AVeigh your saving in corn, irritation of the mucous membrane ;if neglected may mean Catarrh later. Don t take the chances do something for your child! Children will not take every medicine, but they will take Dr. King's New Discovery and without bribing or teasing. Its a sweet pleasant Tar Syrup and so effective. Just laxative enough to eliminate the waste poisons. Almost the first dose helps. Always prepared, no mixing or fussing. Just ask your druggist for Dr. King's New Discovery. It will safeguard your child against serious ailments resulting from colds. WATCH CHILD'S COUGH. Colds, running of nose, continued Harris Creek of the young folks. Tom Ashbacker has a position at Elmwood Place, O. The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rothwell about three weeks ago and left a bouncing boy. Misses Nettie Joshlin and Virginia Smith, of Junction, and Mr. Porter Armstrong, of Parksville, attended Sunday School here last Sunday. Sam Rothwell and son, George went to Cincinnati last Sunday, seeking employment. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Williams, of Junction City, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rice. Charlie Benedict is visiting relatives at White Oak and Mt. Freeman this week. Mr. Bud Benedict and children accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hillard took dinner with Charlie Benedict Saturday and of course Charlie had to go home with them to eat it back. Mrs. Boone Joshlin, of Junction City, is the guest of Mrs. W. S. Our Sunday School is progressing nicely. Eevervbodv come and hri some one next Sunday. WAS TROUBLED Rice. Mr. G. W. Camden left Sunday for Indianapolis, much to the regret and helpful talk last Sunday. Master Omer Floyd, youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. James Floyd has been sick, but is some better at this writing. Misses Toy Hutchison and Lucile Bastin and Mr. Roy GerKey spent Saturday night with 'Misses Ethel and Noble Maybriar. Mr. Jack Flannery and wife had quite a number of friends with them last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Young visited Mr. Ike Terry and family recent- ly. Mrs. J. D. Bastin and Mrs. J. H. Boone were in Stanford shopping one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Spires and pretty little daughter, Vivian visited Mrs. Spires' sister, Mrs. Henry Gooch at Kings Mountain Sunday. Miss Lenora Spries was the guest of Miss Lucile Bastin Sunday, Mrs. T. D. Bastin and family spent the day with Mrs. John Robinson recently. Miss Viola Hiatt gave a leap year party, and had quite a little crowd. All report a nice time. Our Sunday School is still en the increase; interest seems to be growing. J. W. Young is going to have a lecture on the Sunday School lesson. Everybody come out and help the school and hear a good lecture. Mr. C. C. Gerkey gave us a good and friends. PILLS BEST FOR LIVER. "You Wouldn't !ose Tour Temper, John. Because they contain the best liver If You Used 'Gets-It- " for Those Corns!" contraptions for corns. Here's some medicines, no matter how bitter or 'Gets-It- ', it's just wonderful how easy, nauseating for the sweet sugar coat'clear and clean it makes any corn ing hides the taste. Dr. King's New come right off. Takes but a. few seconds to apply. It dries at once. Put Life Pills contain ingredients that your sock on right over it, there's put the liver working, move the bownothing to stick or roll up, form a els freely. No gripe, no nausea, aid bundle of your toe, or press on the digestion. Just try a bottle of Dr. corn. It's painless, simple as rolling on a log. Jnow put away those knives, King's New Life Pills and notice how razors and scissors, use 'Gets-I- t' and much better you feel. 25c at drugyou'll have a sweeter disposition and gists. no more corns and calluses." "Gets-It- " is sold by druggists everywhere, 25c, a bottle, or sent direct by "SAVE WASTE" IS URGED. E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. to Save Waste" is the title Sold in Stanford and recommend- of "How a bulletin which has been placed ed as the world's best corn remedy, in postoffices throughout the counby the Lincoln Pharmacy. try by the Department of Commerce The bulletin follows: "First hatching and raising of poultry owing Keep waste material clean and dry. to the high prices asked for grain, to Second Separate cotton and woolwet and cold weather, to epidemic en rags. Third Separate rags from diseases and to general adverse con- other papers. Fourth Tie in bundles ditions. All of these things com- for convenience of handling. Fifth bined to cause a decided shortage in Call in nearest dealer in junk and poultry and eggs. War made its dread rags." The Department of Commerce inroads on the industry. But this has recently issued a large amount spring things are looking up and the of matter, urging the saving of old poultryman with foresight will take rags and papers, because of a large advantage of this to increase his shortage in this material. flocks and build his output to its highHAS A GOOD REPUTATION est capacity. The orginal and genuine Honey syrup Foley's Deafness Cannot Be Curedv and Tar cough Compound is and beHoney and Tar by local applications, as they cannot reach the cause this has civen such universal ortIon of the ear. There Is only one diseased by constitutionway to cure deafness, and that satisfaction and cured so many cases al remedies. Deafness Is caused by an inflamed of coughs, colds, croup and whoopcondition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed you have a ing cough there are imitations and rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when substitutes offered to public. Init N entirely closed Deafness is the result, and sist on Foley's. Sold the everywhere. unless the inflammation can be taken out and 1 D Trousers Arthv trioxr ?ia liatfa. ri 3 'fc'N. ble wear in every pair. All rei&tvywool. They never rip; nev- A er snnnk, and are cut to tit ZJ$r f 3WV & TAF ifiiteBH- - - V l any shape. The reason gBB you don't wear Dutchess Trousers is because you JtBtJEt are fooled into buying a cheaper pair at the same r& price. Come and let us show you a line of DUTCHESS TROUSERS that you cant find every where. ; f'-l (UWi r:t.H' wis I'umfim .sCiii i i. kmtm . . I i K 1 -- TZff-M i-m- w s t We are sole agents. ROBINSON'S,STANF0RD We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Coolers, Etc. ALSO LAWN MOWERS AND TOOLS. GAR-DE- N Re- this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. P. J. CIIEXKY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Tabe Hall's I'amily Tills for constipation. 'AYES DAUGHTER Advice of Mother no Dcabt Pre- your reduced need for hay, bran and other expensive fodder,' the improved condition of your, 'cattle from silage feeding, 'against the cost of a silo andi lihereis only one way to figure it, (You reNot Saving But Losing Money) 'by trying to do without a silo., And every year you hesitate mearisfl a probably increased cost due to ad vancing costs of lumber, metals ancr labor. No better time than "right now", no better place than right here at home to get that silo you nee&J Let JJs Prove ItJWith Figures KENTUCKY SILO CO. nemember the preaching here the fourth Saturday and Sunday. W. P. Kincaid, Manager Stanford, - Kentucky 111 II I N s' Henry Ru- mce takwrites: ing Folev TfiHnoir tuv.c t i n night without getting up. Sold everywhere. "' J& f J& bo do rUnmof;n swollen or stiff muscles or 'joints! buch symptoms have been relieved AT NIGHT Painful, annoying bladder weakness usually indicates kidney trouble, baoknohp. When You Write Letters You ought to have the most suitable stationery you can get, whether you're writing for a job, or accepting a proposal of marriage, or simply sending a long gossipy letter to a chum. Our Stationery supply is composed of styles, tints and weights to please a variety oP tastes. It makes writing' a real pleasure. And our prices Your Money's Worth. The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. PROFESSIONAL AND vents Daughter's Untimely End. The Aches of House Cleaning. The" pain and soreness caused by BUSINESS CARDS and straining bruises, Ready, Ky. " I was not able to dc during house cleaning time are soothed away by Sloan's Liniment. JAMES C. FLORENCE anything for Jiearly six months," writes Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and No need to suffer this agony. Just Agent for apply Sloan's Liniment to the sore The Germania Life Insurance Co., was down in bed for three months. I cannot tell you how I suffered with spots, rub only a little. In a short time the pain leaves, you rest com- Office: No. of New York Bank Bldg. my head, and with nervousness and 26, Lincoln womanly troubles. fortably and enjoy a refreshing 33-8- p Stanford, Ky. sleep. One grateful user writes: Our family doctor told my husband he "Sloan's Liniment is worth its weight could not do me any good, and he had in gold." Keep a bottle on hand, use to give it up. We tried another doctor, CHAS. HART it against all Soreness, Neuralgia and bat he did not help me. Opposite the Court-Hous- e, DENTIST Bruises. Kills pain. 25c at your At last, my mother advised me to take A modern equipped office. Somno-forDruggist. Cardui, the woman's tonic. I thought anesthesia and orthodontia a it was no use for I was nearly dead and Have Some Fine Seed Corn, both White and Current Topics For Chicken Fanciers specialty. Phone 33, Hustonville, Ky. nothing seemed to do me any good. But I took eleven bottles, and now I am able Missourians have issued a big book, Yellow, and All Kinds of Garden to do all of my work and my own over 600 pages, the commendable obwashing. ject of which is to "exploit the State's T. W. PENNINGTON, Seeds, Rakes and Hoes. I think Cardui is the best medicine in resources, advantages and opportuniDENTIST the world. My weight has increased, ties." Like most of such books, it is Myers House Stanford, Ky. and 1 look the picture of health. " PhoneNo. 168. Flats Stanford, Kentucky. to be taken "with a grain of salt," but Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 If you suffer from any of the ailments it is quite a rollicking book to read. One of its chapters entitled, "The peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui Great Show-M- e State." It reads thus, today. Delay is dangerous. We know J. B. PERKINS in part: "Now, unless you knew, you it will help you, for it has helped so would never guelps which product many thousands of other weak women DENTIST stood next to head. It is the poul- Rooms 28-2Lincoln Bank Building in the past 50 years. try industry eggs, chickens and fea- Phone 214 STANFORD, KY. At all druggists. thers which total $45,000,000 in Write te: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies' vallue, annually, or mone than one-ha- lf Advisory Dect., Chattanooea, Ter.n., for Sttcfai W. W. BURGIN the yearly gold output of United book. "Horn? Instructions en your case and States, including Alaska. Now you Treatment for Women." in clain wrapper. N.C 1 2! DENTIST will understand why the hen is the pa- Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays tron saint of Missouri, and there are at Crab Orchard more swell varieties or her than any Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays LINCOLN'S CHOICE female species I know of always at Stanford barring the women folks. Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding "Also, they raise some peaches, and The great young stallion, Lincoln's down in Oregon county there are two Choice, by Kentucky's Choice, will : : : : HARRY JACOBS distinct varieties. One of them is make the season of 1916 at my farm beautiful to look at and is shipped of a mile from about Dealer In away in baskets, even to the utter the Fine Monumental Work Eubank at roads Stanford and Somermost parts of the Uuited btates, and at set cross brings whole scads of cash to the Cemetery Hill, Stanford, Ky. Living Colt $25 to Insure a raisers. The other is likewise beau- Phone 164 Closed on. Saturday Lincoln's Choice is one of the richstays at STANFORD, KY. tiful to look at, and mostly est bred young stallions in Kentucky, home, and is packed principally in and will produce the highest class hobble skirts and picture hats and is SEE THIS ENGINE! saddle and harness colts that money the finest thing ever to help spend money that the first variety Call and investigate the - merits and can buy. His sire, the famous Ken that tucky's Choice, has been for years price of thebrings in." the champion saddle stallion of KenGRAY ENGINE you are living in a clhvate where If tucky, and that Lincoln's Choice has at it is to early for the birds to go out inherited his father's rare qualities is W. .K. WARNER'S on the range, you must bring the esshown by this horse winning in his Plumbing, Tinning and Heating. sence of the range to them. Give them Stanford weanling and yearling form at Stanplenty of sunshine, or at least light if E. Main St. Phone 188 ford, Danville, Lexington, and the sunshine is not to be had and' fresh Lincoln's State Fair at Louisville. air; also all the green stuff you can Choice stands 15.3 hands high, is of lay hold on, such as sprouted oats, Livery and Auto Service fine must be and station cabbage, chopped turnips and apples. Drummers' Wagons, Carriages andl seen bone appreciated. and is a magHe to be fSnon Tlnv ami Nifht. H It is wise for a poulterer to have hot Biiffries? sort beds or frames and raise lettuce Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a nificent individual and is just the your of a stallion to which to breed for both the table and the birds. Trial, We Will Please You. farm and driving mares for he will One of the greatest hindrances to Phone 5. H. H. Carter, Manager. success in the poultry industry is and CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. put the stamina and style into his colts. has always has been a lack of seriousAT A BIG FINE JACK. ness in the profession. It is too apt At the same place I will stand my Auto Bus Between to be considered a sort of side line, fine, big mule jack, which is a a thin for the women and boys, or 15.1 hands high and will get Danville and Stanford rather than an real commercial venyou the big strong mules that bring Daily Except Sunday ture, such as raising cattle, hogs or jack horses. The truth is, however, that Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph' Hotel) the big money. ThisStanford, is by which Baughman's Jack at at 1():0Q a. m. and 4.00 p. m. the occupation of poultry raising deis one of the finest in Kentucky, antT mands as much thought, skill, expert Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at this is the sort of breeding that all L. Beazley & Co., 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. work, as any line of qgriculture in C. M'Ciary the mule men are looking 1'or. Will the world. Hen farms uu exist solely Bundles and Packages Carried at i3L & a livstand this jack at $8 to insure 4 Low Charges for the purpose of making poultry ? "TITT" ing colt. O. L. MINKS, Proprietor pay. Large areas are dedicated to I will also stand a black Polled Anthem, and food is grown in quanities solely for poultry consumption. gus Bull at the same time and place No occupation brings delight which at $1.50 at the gate. He is 18 RELIAI is first, last and always commercial. months old and weighs 1,015 pounds. Commercialism may be woof, but Money is due on both horse and the warp, the shuttle which flies ever jack seasons when colt is foaled or back and forth thru the woof, lending when mare is bred elsewhere. Care Undertaker it brightness and lightness and glory, Embalmer Undertaker Embalmer must be some phase of sentiment, or REMEDYFORMEN. taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. joy in the work." Office Phone 167 Home Phone AT YOUR DRUGGIST. Last year was an off year in thi EDWARD NOLAN, Eubank, Ky. Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. KY. over-exertion GEORGE H. FARRIS. TD. Newland & Son, m 9, White Canvas Footwear 64-paj- three-quarte- rs For Men, Women and Children Different styles Oxfords, Pumps and Ankle Straps. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard WALKING AND RIDING CULTIVATORS, LAND ROLLERS, DOUBLE SHOVELS, GARDEN , PLOWS, Etc. three-year-ol- d, W. H. HIGGIN J. ajJw,'-j;M::rtMMWf- la J. S, ITr s The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May 19, 1916 Pasre Seven 11- 1- rt v ealth fer HIGHLAND MAN LOSES HIS HOME Fire Destroys Alvin Gooch's Residence Young Couple Elope Other Interesting News. WHATCAN YOU DO FOR CATARRH? Ask Yourself the question. How often has the doctor failed, as have ointments, salves, vapours? What you should do. making materials to enter the Intestines, combines with these food elements to enter the circulation, and in less than an hour is at work throughout the body in process of purification. S. S. S. is made from barks, roots and herbs that are food and tonic for the blood. It stimulates gives the blood power to throw off poisons. You will soon realize its wonderful influence by ths absence of headache, a clearing of the air passages, a steadily improved nasal condition, and a sense of bodily relief that proves how completely Catarrh often infests the entire system. You will find S. S. S. on sale at all REAL ESTATE FOR SALE New Bargains Are Advertisec1 In Each Issue. miles from good town; all lays well; can run machinery over all of it and 40 acres are bottom land. Two-stor- y residence; barn 60x30 and all other necessary outbuildings. Three years insurance on all buildings paid up. Good orchard; never-failin- g water in all 1-- i okk Women For Forty Years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Has Been Woman's Most Reliable Medicine Here is More Proof. To women who are suffering from some form of woman's special ills, and have a constant fear of breaking 'down, .the three following letters ought to bring hope: Xorth Crandon, Wis. "When I was 1G years old I got married and at 18 years I gave birth to twins and it left me with very poor health. I could not walk across the floor without having to sit down to rest and it was hard for me to keep about and do my work. I went to a doctor and he told me I had a displacement and ulcers, and would have to have an operation. This frightened me so much that I did not know what to do. Having heard of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I thought I would give it a trial and it made me as well as ever. I cannot sav enough hi favor of the Pinkhani remedies." Mrs. JMayme Asbach, Xorth Crandon, Wis. irouiiiilijjjr Testimony from Oklahoma. Lawton, Okla. "When I began to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I seemed to be good for nothing. I tired easily and had headaches much of the time and was irregular. I took it agahi before my little child was born and it did me a wonderful amount of good at that time. I never fail to recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to ailing women because it has done so much for me." Mrs. A. L. McCaslaxd, 509 llave St., Lawton, Okla. From a Grateful Massachusetts Woman. Pioxbury, Mass. "I was suffering from inflammation and was examined hy a physician who found that my trouble was caused by a displacement. My symptoms were bearing down pains, backache, and sluggish liver. 1 tried several kinds of medicine ; then I was asked to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It has cured me and I am pleased to be in my usual good health by using it and highly recommend it." Mrs. B. M. Osgood, 1 Ilaynes Park, Roxbury, Mass. I K IOtEI III ! J JJ1 && ?:' - in strict confidence. E. Pinkliam UFedicine Co. 'confidential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held YOU SHOULD HAVE A BOTTLE OF If you want special advice write to Ijydia Concentrated, 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 CRAB ORCHARD WATER MINERAL WATER SALES COMPANY CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Economy in low first cost and small cost to operate and maintain. Strength ability to stand up under the hardest sort of use. Simplicity a plain, sturdy motor in a wonderfully strong and light car, easy for any one to care for. The Ford Car your necessity. Runabout, $390; Touring Car, $440,f. o.J b Detroit. On sale and display by McKenzie. Gus Horton, of Detroit, is here to take charge of his father's High-Grad- e strawberx-crop in his absence. He is stopping with cousin Lucien FaulkMy high bred Chestnut Sorrel Stallion will make the seaner. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Wesley, of son of 1916 at my barn on the old fair grounds at Hustonville, Ky. He Middleburg, visited Mrs. Wesley's, is 16 hands high, weight 1200 pounds. Will serve a limited number of sister, Mrs. C. M. Young last week. Mares at $10 to insure a living colt; season due when mare is parted Mrs. Jim Walls and children have with, or on leaving the county. This stallion is by Ashland Brook and been visiting her parents, Mr. and out of a standard bred trotting mare. He has proven tq,be a great breeder having colts to show for him. His colts are all saddle colts, with good Mrs. Dishon at King's Mountain. Mr. George Young and wife visit- style and action. Call and see a good horse before breeding time comes ed her nephew, Mr. Jack Terry at I will also stand the great mule Jack, Jim Reed, the well known mule Neal's Creek Sunday. They attended jack by the old jack of Jim Reed's; having sold his colts at $100.00 at the singing at that place and report weaning time. He is a fine breeder, having colts to show for him here. good work being done under H. 0 He has a large bone and his colts have good bone and style. He will stand at $8 to insure a living colt. Money due if mare is parted with or Young's teaching. B. W. LEIGH, Hustonville, Ky. Mr. James Waddle, who has been leaves the county. with his sister, Mrs. Mary Young, for some time, was called hime on account of sickness this week. Mrs. JEubanks and daughter, of Waynesburg, were the guests of Mrs. Record 2:29 Trial 2:14 4 Jesse Green one day this week. Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 4 Miss Pearl Cook and Mils. Minnie Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15 4 hands, foaled 1906. Baugh made a visit to Green River Standard Registered Vol. 18 last week to visit Mr. W. H. Terry's Mr. y The easy, common-sens- e method that costs so little that is so quickly and vigorously effective is often the Highland, May 19. last resort of many Catarrh sufferers. Mr. Alvin Gooch, who recently Why, it is hard to say. One of the bought the Rube Milton place, had specialists of the Swift Specific Comthe misfortune to lose his home and pany in Atlanta a physician of standmost everything in it early Wednes- ing and national reputation because of day morning. Mr. Gooch was awak- his knowledge of blood disorders, made ened by the fire which had such a the assertion that if the majority of Catarrh sufferers headway that the kitchen was ready fully take S. S. would buy and faithS., they could effectuto fall in, so by the time they got the ally get rid of Catarrh. children and some clothes and a few S. S. S. goes straight to the seat of bed clothes it had all fallen in. As trouble, tho blood. It spreads its insoon as they can get enough things fluence over every organ in the body, together they will go into one of comes through the veins and arteries, Mr. Beadle's vacant cottages, which enables the mucous surfaces to exhe has so kindly offered them as it change acids and irritating substances for red blood corpuscles that effectualnear their farm. On the night of the 12th of this ly cleanse the system and thus put an month, Miss Lillie Hall took a suit end to all Catarrhal poison. S. S. S. case of clothes, slipped out the back cleans out the stomach of mucous acyard and across the orchard to the cumulations, enables only pure, blood- pike, where she was met by Mr. Clarence Roberts, of Stanford. They drove to town and took the night HOW I RAISED THE train for Jellico, Tenn., where they WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP were made one on Saturday. They ACRE OF CORN came back to Mr. Roberts' home on Sundav, where they will live at pres(By Walter Lee Dunson of Alaent. The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr. Nathan Hall and is 18 bama, champion corn grower of the years old. She was married in a world.) beautiful blue dress with hat to In preparing my land for corn, I match. She has lived here only a first cut the stalks with a stalk cutshort time, having come from Vir- ter aand turned the land from ten to ginia, but she has many friends, who twelve inches deep on the fii-s- t of wish her a life of success and happi- March with a two-horplow, I then ness. She met Mr. Roberts at Mr. double cut the land with a disc harMatt Myers'. row, and on the seventh of April I There are several friends around laid off the rows three feet apart, e here of Miss Eliza Thompson, of bedded the land with a who will be made sad to hear turner a npdlanted the corn in the of her death at. Somerset on last Fri- watered furrow, using two hundred day. She is the second daughter of pounds of 10-- 4 guano. Rev. George Thompson and has visThe corn came up in perfect stand. ited in this community often, besides For the first plowing I used a cultihaving taught two or three schools vator just deep enough to lossen the in this county. She was a splendid soil. The second plowing was made Voung ladv and loved by all who with a single stock, with scooter and knew her. The writer shall always re- - scrape. I then use four hundred member with pleasure the winter pounds of 10-- 4 guano. spent with her as a room-mat- e off at For its third cultivation I used a school. harrow, after having applied six hunMr. C. M. Young has just receiv- dred pounds of 10-- 4 guano, I then ed an invitation to the commencethinned out the corn to a stand of ment exercises in Kenesaw, Neb., of about eight inches to the drill. the the Hisrh School. His niece, Miss fourth cultivation I again used Athara gradu-- i Bixie Katherine Young, is a row, and applied eight hundred ate. Manv friends will remember her pounds of 10-- 4 guano also giving it as the oldest daughter of Mr. and a good hoeing. Mrs. Everett Young, who formerly For the fifth cultivation I used a lived here. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Horton have re- harrow, and applied two hundred turned to Detroit. Mich, after a vis- pounds of 10-- 4 guano as a top dressing. The harrow was used for the it of a week to relatives here. sixth cultivation, and one hundred Stone, of Deti-oi- t Mrs. Marshall has been the guest of her parents, pounds of nitrate of soda was applied. For the seventh cultivation I used a Mr. and Mrs. John Meier. Mr. J. W. Cook, his son, Guy and shovel cultivator, going over the adopted son. Tavlor returned to De- ground very lightly. Here is the cost of troit .immediately after the funeral 232this acre of land: 7 bus. of corn at 90c....$209.44 of Mi-s- Cook. $1.80 Mrs. Zona Reed has gone to Ok- Preparing the land Plowing the corn 1.00 lahoma to see her parents, Mr. and Hoeing 1.00 Mrs. Norris. 2.40 Mr. Epperson has been with her Work of horses Gathering the corn .... 8.00 son. John Reed for seveial davs. 5.00 T. D. McBee and family, of King's Rent of land 26.70 Mountain, snent Sunday with Mrs. Fertilizer se No. 108. pike and 1 75-ac- re tract, on good 2 fields andsplendid well right at door. All buildings and fencing in good shape. Price $5,000; terms right. No. 112. Two-stor- y frame, nine-rooresidence with good basement; two small houses of three rooms each with about 3 acres of land; large two-stor- m y drug stores. It is a remarkable rem- 50x100. All necessary outbuildings; edy for all blood affections, such as well, cistern and spring water. All buildings and fencing Eczema, Rash, Lupus, Tetter, Psorias- All of this property in good repair. must be sold. is. Boils, and nil other diseased rnrtrH. business, price $5,000. No. 101. 310 acres on good pike 5 atiles tions of the blood. For special advice For the whole begin to put You the build- from Lawrenceburg. Ky.: has on any wood disease write The Swift ings couldn't up for this money. Will sell tobacco barn an silo; splendidly adapted Specific Company, Medical Depart-ment- , to grazing. Price $35 per acre and terms or exchange this property. are right. Room 11, Atlanta, Ga, Avoid No. 78. Fine Business Opportunity. m barn, frame drop siding frame residence, halls and porches; good cellar, stable, wagon and buggy shed; two large cisterns; 10 acres of land with this place; on good pike close to good town; all buildings in good repair. Price $2,000. No. 97. Large blacksmith shop, 50x90 feet, metal roof and all in, good condition. Will sell or rent this. See us about the price ami terms. This is one of the best locations in the county for this business and we will make you a price on this that you could not begin to put up the buildings for. No. 110 12 acres near good town in graded school district. Four-roohouse, crib, two sheds and barn. Well right at door. All land lays well and in cultivation. Price $600. No. 113. Two-stor- y, nine-roo- m !: substitutes. Seed Corn. .50 $46.40 $46.40 $163.04 Total Profits General News Notes Thomas F. Young, of Corbin, has been granted a patent on an automatic siphon. The b6dy of Robert Meekin, aged 8, was found under a brush pile near Philadelphia. The child had been missing since November and it was believed that he had been kidnapped. Dan McLain, who killed Sam Grib-biin Marion county because the latter testified against him in divorce proceedings, was given from 10 to Eu-ban- ks, one-hors- ns years. Harry Maynard, of Laporte, Ind., killed his little sister because she playfully threw a glass of water on him. The child was only eight years 20 old. A New York policeman playing the part of a highwayman in a demonstration of police methods was shot by a detective who took him for the genuine article. badly injured Prather Babe, 12 years old, was at Nicholasville last 5-- week when a can of concentrated lye which he was opening exploded. He will lose the sight of one and probably both eyes. In a raid last week in Barbour-vill- e, Jim Anderson was arrested and Jeff Messer, wanted by officers, escaped. Shots directed at Messer by a member of the raiding party failed to halt him. It.is claimed that the alleged sellers of whisky had been having goods shipped to Artcmus and transporting them overland to Bar-bourvil- le. Maergie Stallion, GLENBROOK. seven-year-o- ld BLEUCHER 46158 1-- 4, 3-3-- 1-- H. C. ANDERSON, Stanford nn FORD AGENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Storage Repairing Tires Accessories Phone 203 Hail Insurance Tobacco and Hemp, All Growing Crops. TALK WITH JESSE D. WEAREN, y THE INSURANCE MAN, Stanford, Kentucky. Alcyone G32. 2:27 Jake Meier and family, of Sire of GO, dains of G5 Dark Night 2858 Somerset, motored over to see his including Sire oi a, Noonday parents here Sunday. Searchlight 2 :03 By St. Elmo 275 About 35 friends and relatives of ; Brightlight 2 :08 Silent Brook Great brood mare Dark Wilkes 2:09: Val- Jtecora a :io Rev. John Long gathered at his pa 2:09 1 - 2. etc. Sire of Billy Burk 2:03 home Monday, 15th and gave him a . Shawbay 2:07 f Harry Clay 45. 2:29 surprise dinner. It was his 62nd. Jenny Clay J Sire of 4. dams of 30 Meadow Brook 2:09 Great brood mare Emma Brook 2:09 birthday and his friends are wishing Lady Zarrine 2:07 V. Norwood Belle him many more such happy days. He Bellbrook 2:10. etc. By Norwood 522 was in the cornfield working until dinner time and it was indeed a surBaron Wilkes 4758. 2:18 Sire of 12 in 2:10, etc. prise to come in and find a table r Moko 24457 Sire of Brenda Yorke I covered with good things and the L Queen Ethel 2:04 Ferno 2:05 home full of friends. By Swathmore Native Belle (3) 2:06 Mrs. Annie Kennedy and beautiDam of Bumps 2:0311 Silver Silk (4) 2: Clayo i 08 I Dam of Lala Monrico (3) 2: ful daughters, Marie and Florida, of Watts (2) 07 Susie N. (3) 2: Wilkes Nutwood 8000 2:24 2:27 Bleucher 2:29 Stanford visited her sister, Mrs. Sam 09 Sire of Carl Wilkes tr. 2:17: out of a L Bettv Clayetc. Baugh Sunday and took in her fa2:04 half sister Silent to Half sister to Silent ther's birthday dinner Monday. Jenny Clay Brook 2:1G Brook 2:0G Reddie By Harrr Clay 45 Mrs. Alvin Gooch and her mother Clay (4) 2:25 and Dam of Silent Brook 2: Lilly Clay, dam of Pnie Mrs. Rogers are visiting in Bee Lick 16 Reddie Clay (4) 2:21 a few days. etc. 2:25 Mr. Sam Long and Miss Susie sire of Billy Burk 2:03 Meadow Brook 2:06 Silent Brook 197G9, 2:16 Betty Brook 2:09 Long gave their friends a singing on Shiwbav 2:07 Lady Emma Brook 2:09 Zarrine 2:07 . Margaret Silent Brigade (2) 2:10 Monday night. A large crowd was Btllbrook 2:10. Butter Brook 2:10 of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07 etc. His dam, Jenny Clay, (4J 2:11 etc. Sired dam there and seemed to have enjoy produced Reddie Clay 2:25 and was crandam of Prue 2:21 themselves very much. (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 Mrs. Minnie Baugh and Miss Pearl 2:08 filley,) Manrico (3) 2:07 (Futurity winner.) Silver (champion (3) 2:06 shopping Silk (4) 2:08 Cook went to Stanford (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10, Mobel 2:10 Susie N. (3) 2:09 Monday. (Futurity winner) etc. Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:11 Mochester 2:10 trotting stallion,) Tito Mar2:09 Sired dams of It seems that our sick folks are all tha Tipton (4) The Harvester 2:01 (champion etc. Brother to Bumps(4)2:03 (3) 2:13 O'Neil Baron 2:09 on back ground again this week. D.. 2:10. etc. Word has been received that, Lutrial mile 2:14 half in 1:06, last quarter in Bleucher 46158, record 2:29 cien Reed, of Detroit, and John L. 32 seconds, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. He greatly good sire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the great Futurity sire Moko. Reed is in the navy, in Maine, will be resembles his demand has exhausted the supply and we may expect better prices for our Foreign here in June to be with their father, horses in the future. Our advice to mare owners is to breed their mares and to breed them to stallions of merit and proven worth as sires. Bleucher is just the type to produce the Mr. Mart Reed. the that Mrs. H. H. Jones is visiting her colts plenty will supply and demand. .His colts have proven fine, with nice head and neck conformation. of bone and husband in Ohoi. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1916 at my stable in Lancaster, Mr. J. R. Young and family, of Kentucky, at Stanford, have been visiting their daughter recently. $20 to Insure a Living Colt A. O. Young returned to work for the railroad company, after being BARLOWE laid off for two months with a mashed toe. I will also stand this beautiful Shetland Stallion for the season of 1916 A very few persons met at the M. at my stable in Lancaster, Ky., at $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT E. church Tuesday and gave it a good I am prepared to take care of mares on grass at 10 cents a day. Lien spring cleaning. retained on colts for service fee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should According to government reports any occur. Louisville industries have a capital of W. B. BURTON, Phone 95, Lancaster, Kentucky $10,500,000 more than n 1909. family. Mr. 1-- 1-- 4 1-- 2 1-- 1-- 1-- 2 1-- 3-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 2 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 3-- 1-- 2 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 3-- 3-- -, 1-- 3-- Bath-rate- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 1-- 2 3-- 4 1-- 3-- 4 1-- 2 1-- 4 1-- 1-- 4 1-- 1-- 1-- 4 1-- 1-- 3-- 1-- 1-- 3-- The famous McKinney. Ky.. Canning plant for sale. Main factory contains over 9,000 square feet floor space: large engine room and dwelling also on place; about S3, 000 worth of machinery and over $500 worth of cans on hand and about $150 worth of boxes. Capacity from 500 to 800 bushels per day. Tomatoes in this locality can be contracted for at 18 to 20 cents per bushel. The best tomato in the state is put on the market frcm this factory. This property must be sold right away to wind up the estate of the former owner. Price for all including brand and good will is so low that it wouldn't begin to put buildings and machinery on the place, to say nothing of vacant lot and dwelling. The former owner before his death easily cleared from $2,500 to 53,000 per anA golden opportunity for some one. num. Ask any wholesaler in Louisville or Lexington about this brand. Act quickly if you want it. It will not be on the market long at this price. For full particulars, write or see Hughes & McCarty, Stanford. No. 102. 25 farm in Mercer county. Ky., on good pike: residence: 2 tenant houses: 2 stock barns and 1 silo. Place well watered tobacco barn: 100-toand all fencing and buidings in good shap-- : 100 acres Bue Grass sod land: SO acres in clover; plenty of locust posts. Price $75 per acre. "Will trade for a good farm close to a good town in this or other states. AH tobacco and hemp land and all lies well. This is also a good stock farm. No. 103. 130-acrfarm 2 miles from Stanford on good pike; house of 3 roon-s- ; Tarn 26x40 and all necessary outbuildings; place well watered: fencing and buildings good. down nnd balance in 1 and Price $5,000, 2 years. large farms in Gatrard No. 104 Four count-- , Ky., all making a total acreage of 1,340 acres. One of these farms is within a mi'e and a half of Lanrastec tnA the "'hers from 5. 6 and 10 miles from Lancaster. These places have large tobacco and stoce barns, nice residences, tenant houses. tc. We will cut any of these farms to suit purchasers. This is your chance to get the size farm that you want, located to suit the purchaser. Talk to us about these properties for we know we have the right prices and can interest you. No. 115. Nice six room residence, halls, porches, bath room. etc. Two acres of land; barn; well in back porch; concrete walks, etc. Price $2,200. e No. 116. iiouv; farm: three-roobarn. etc.. good well; splendid orchard: one half cleared and in cultivation: balance In About three miles from Stanford. timber. Price only $700. No. 117 Fine residcr ; targe b.irn; all necessary outbuildings: splendid orchard and five acres of land. This is an elegant home right in Stanford. Price and terms right. No. US. One of the best hotels in central Kentucky. ThU is, a splendid money maker and a fine opportunity for the right man. Has all the modern conveniences. Will sell this propertv furnished at a price that will interest Tt will pay you to look into this matter. you. No. 119. Large mill in the best wheat section of the state. 100 barrels capacity and up to date in every respect ; good shipping faciliCan be operated at ties right on railroad. light expense. Will sell or exchange for good farm. No. 36. 56 acres 1 miles from good town. house: good barn; large driveway and all necessary outbuildings: good orchard: two wells and pond: fencing good; buildings all new. Price $3,500. No. 120. farm on good pike, splendid community, clos to school and church: cottage, halls and porches: 2 barns has each 30x22; good well at house and three never failing springs on place. All buildings and fencing in good repair: good orchard; all of this farm is in cultivation and grass except ten acres. Trice $2,300. Terms are right. No. 121. A farm of 172 acres: well located and rich soil; 22 acres in cultivation and balance in good timber: splendid orchard: small house and fencing fair; whole place well watered. Price $2,300. One half down and balance to suit purchaser. N. 122. 2.000 acres of coal and timber land in Harlan county. Ky. Three veins of coal: lower vein 3S inches: second vein 48 inches nnd third vein 72 inches; closp to railf road; of this land in good timber and balance has been culled. Price $25 per acre. No. 123. We have some good coal and timber land in Knox county. Ky. The owner of this land lives in Oklahoma and our instructions from him are to let it go for what it will bring. It will pay you investors to look into this proposition for the owner has made up V.s mind to let it go at your price. No. 111. 40 acre farm on good road close to town and in graded school district. Has and nice residence weather-boardeceiled: good cellar, barn. etc. Place well watered and fenced. All lays well and all under cultivation except about 6 acres. Price $2,000. Terms right. frame dwelNo. 89. 140 acres, ling and porches: two Darns; one for stock and the other a tobacco barn; crib, buggy house 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. miles from No. 108. 130 acre farm 2 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. acres in cultivation and balance in grass; 30 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 farm 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 crrb; small pike; good cistern at door and storeroom on never failing well in lot: 5 acres of ground; nil buildings and fencing in good condition. Place well watered and in good community. Price $1,750. Uvo-storsix-roo10-acr- e n e 1-- 3 33-acr2 60-acr- e one-hald six-roosix-acr- e first-clas2 t. -- Consult Us Before Buying. List Herskt!-Spillma- n Ane first class. complete with organ and engine, in one of the best territories for such business in the state. I.urbonrrille. Ky. This cost $2,700 new. Will sell fer a song. It is all in good running order and a fine chance to make money at the fairs this years. Write us about this. Will seH or give v you a good exchange on it. No. 99. 500 acres of land. 3 miWs f Hustonville, Ky.. on good pike; 5 houses: 2 si stories, of 6 rooms each and 3 t them 1 them of 4 rooms each; 2 large barns: fencing: new and all buildings in good shape: weH watered: 30 acres for tobacco: 135 acres ia pasture and balance in timber. Price very cheap; down and balance in 1 and 2 years. Ths is a rare bargain and it will pay thse wa money to invest to look it over. A fine have chance to more than double your money ia 2 or 3 years. No. 100 170-acr- e farm right in edga ef good town: splendid brick resides: 3 halls and front porch 10x44; new bars 50; old barn 20x30; new auto and lwmgv house and all other necessary outbuildinss ami all new; fencing all new and goutl; never-failinwater in every field on the farm. This place has 40 acres bottom land and 110 acre? level land well drained and balance up4mm1. g Every foot can Ik- - cultivated and no better land in Lincoln county: 85 acres ia grass and balance in cultivation. Th is a good hemp and tobacco farm and wiH e4ty produce 12 barrels of corn to the acre. Trie right and easy terms. It will pay yH lmn seekers to look at this place. No. 50. 200-acr- e farm; reideae. porches, etc.: small new barn; also M Vara and two old houses on the place; two splualid orchards; good springs; well fenced ami almit tfcw 75 acres bottom land; this place road for about a mile and can be ea&Hjr divided into two or even three small mbk. Uight price and terms right. No. 92. 175 acre farm in setbera ead of county: in six fields; 90 acres cleared aad in cultivation and balance in timber. Ia Uw cleared land, 35 acres in pasture aad 13 acres frame dwelling ot twa in timothv; stories. Best dwelling in this end of e&ttaty: house; barn 60x30; eriV. Wr-houstenant hen house, etc.; good orchard: S aevar failing springs on place. AH WiMiwcs ami fencing in first cIa- - condition. Place risac on pike and one mile from town ami Tt. K. station. Price only $27.50 per acre. I wiH pay you to investigate this property. No. St. 100-aerfarm two miles irm Danville. Ky.. in the richest part of Beyle eetinty. Two story frame dwelling of seven rooms, hafc and porches. Good barn, crib. etc. SplendkHjr watered, cistern right at door, three everlatponds, etc. AH lays well and no I ing springs on it. Fencing good. Also 1U i waste land barrels corn. oO bales of hay. 2o bales m oats. 13 cattle. 2 good mules. 7 shoats. 2 brood sows. 3 colts. 1 brood mare, several turning plows, cnltivators. 2 wheat drills, riding cultivator, etc., everything in tho way- - of tools that is necessary to run a farm, too numerous Will turn this place over to to mention. purchaser and move out with household vids. S14.000 one half down and balanee to Price This is a chance of a life suit purchaser. time to get one of the best Tarms In central Kentucky fully equipped and stocked. dwelling; barn No. 69. 74 acres; 40x60 and all necessary outbuildings: weH watered and fenced, right on pike and only Price $6,000. three miles from Stanford. One half cash and easy terms on balance. land, one and a half No. 80. 53 acres of story house of five rooms, porch and good cellar: one small stock barn and tobaceo barn 60x30. AH other necessary outbuildings: S5 acres in grass and cultivation: fine orchard of over 100 trees, peaches, pears, apples, etc.: well watered and fairly well fenced; a good home, well located, close to schools and in Price, only $1,200. good community. No. 30. 106 acres of land located right at residence, a good railroad station: one old barn and one new 30x50. with shed on each side: crib, smokehouse, etc.; well watered and fenced. Good orchard: about 40 acres of this place in cultivation and balance for grazing. This is a bargain for $50 per acre and terms right. " The main hoNo. 90. Linnietta Springs. tel has 30 rooms and four room cottage in yard. The grounds consist of about ten acres. This property has cost the owner from first to last over S30.00O. Will sell dirt The cheap. Ask us about this property. price is so cheap yon could afford to move the buildings for it. and then make good money. residence: garNo. 93. Two-stor- y den: well at door and all necessary outbuildings: right at good school, etc. The price on this is as cheap as dirt. Will sell, trade or rent, and make right terms. It will pay you to investigate this property. No. 96. One of' the best equipped blacksmith shops in this part of the State. It cost $300 to eouip it. including $100 worth of bolts and $50 worth of wagon timber, etc. Will sell all for $250 spot cash. This is a big opportunity for the right man to make good money. e farm one mile from good No. 105. country town and right on pike: 10 acres in fencing good: well watered: grass: all outside Price $1,000: one-hal-f no improvements. down and balance in one and two years. No. 48. 324 acres, two miles from Stanford on good pike; most of this farm is in grass; besides the residence there is a good stock and tobacco barn, 36x80; 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 section: price right and terms easy. farm; two cottages: one No. 75. 140-acr- e e tobacco 4 rooms: the other 3 rooms: barn: 50 acres cleared: balance in timber: never failing springs: close to good town; churches and school. Price $25 per acre. miles from No. 44. 234 acre farm 1 one of the best towns in central Kentucky and onlv two miles from good railroad station: richt 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 y frame resdience. large barns a large etc. This land will gTov anything you put 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 acres 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. down Price onlv $1,800. terms easy, and balance on long time. No. 28. 100-acr- e farm. 4 2 miles from Stanford on good pike, splendid community ressoil in the county; nnd no better idence, halls, porches, etc. Two-rootenant e house, new tobacco barn and all other necessary outbuildings; close to church am! school and splendidly fenced and watered. Over half of this place in crass. Price $100 per acre a third down and balance in one, two and three years. 40-fomerry-go-roun2 1-- 2 one-thir- d g jtf-ducin- No. 114 fa, e, e six-roo- 30-acr- 10-acr- 1-- 2 two-stor- one-thir- d 1-- six-roo- 10-acr- With Us If You Want to Sell HUGHES & McCARTY Office Lancaster Street Opposite Court House. Office Phone 180. STAN FORD, KENTUCKY. REAL ESTATE, fcy- f " Tlip Interior Journal; Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May 19, 1916 baccalaureate sermon to the eighth MARE MUST BE LakGE TO GET PROFIT grade pupils at Danville Friday and Saturday for common school certificate. They are Margaret Lee Small Mules and Horses Are No Grubbs, Alma D. Hill, Alice HamLonger In Demand In The mer, Margaret Kelley, Clara Simpson, Stanley Catron, Russell Figg, Best Markets and Everett Owens. The present need of the horse Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Harbison en breeding industry of Kentucky is a tertained last Thursday evening in band of better brood mares. All told honor, of Miss Bessie Harbison, of there are nearly 150,000 brood mares Perryville, and Miss Hazel Harbiin the State. This includes register- son, of Harrington, Wash. Besides ed mares of the standard Bred, the guests of honor the following Thoroughbred, Saddle, and Draft young people were present. Misses breeds as well as the large band of Margaret Rout, Lucy Hankla, Marcross breds and scrubs. Of the 150,-00- 0 guerite Keane, Lillie Keane, Marin the State by far the larger guerite Tharpe, Elsie Alstott, Ada number are the cross bred aand scrub Steele, Emily Murphy, Lillian Humnot eligible to registration. It is with ble, Gertrude Richardson and Mrs. these that the presen paper is con- Sarah Clark. cerned. Messrs. Frank Powell, James The owner of registered mares, as a rule, knows the value of pedigree Pierce, John Burke, Ben Johnstone, and blood, and in his maings is Bryan Prewitt, Frank Ward, John seeking to conserve the best that is Kilgallin and S. W. Burgess. Reand all in his breed. He is breeding with a freshments were servedevening. reenjoyable purpose in view, and that purpose is port a most L. Grubbs attended the Prof. E. to make some improvement, either in speed, form, intelligence, size or district convention of Sunday School beauty. The unregistered, or utility at Burgih Monday and Tuesday.SatAt mare, is bred with only one purpose urday Mrs. W. T. Richardson's Miss May 13th, afternoon, in view and that purpose is to inEvelyn Hichardson celebrated her crease the number. Master Charles For more than a half century Ken- 3rd. birthday and Quite a number tucky has been noted for her light his 4th, birthday. boys about these and horse production. The Kentucky of little girls present. Refreshments ages were Thoroughbred, Standard Bred, and were served and games were played Saddle Horses have gone to all parts of of the country. The best have been and all wished the returnboth many more happy birthdays to these sold to leave the State for racing, show or breeding purposese. The un- little folks. McGraw, who has been dersized and unfit mares have re- at Mr. John Nogales, N. M., for the past mained in the State to constitute the month returned Saturday after a deutility brood mare. The result is that her produce is inferior and worth lightful trip out west. Railey, Virginia .Misses not much more than half to her own Rout and GertrudeReynolds went to Lucy ers what it should be worth. Saturday to attend the The utility horse and mule do the Hustonville commencenment. work on the farm. The field must be Grandpa Wm. Clarkson, aged 93 broken and prepared for the grain. years in August 1915, died SaturCultivation of the growing crops de- day and was buried Sunday in the mands more horse power. Harvest- Junction City cemetery. He was a ing, storing and marketing continue native of Marion county and was the use of the horse. This brings once Police Judge of our little city. him back to the beginning of the sea- He left a number of children, grand son when the soil must be put in children, " great grandchildren to shape for a new crop. Such a small mourn his loss. He died at the home per cent of the work above mention- of Mr. Frank Clarkson, his son, ed can be done by traction engines, Mrs. John Wingate, of Danville was that it is scarcely necessary to con- his daughter. He was a devout memsider them. The Kentucky farmer, ber of the Presbyterian church. Sevand more especially the small farmer eral relatives from Mavion county depends on the horse or mule for his were to attend the funeral. power to conduct his farm operations. Miss Carrie Pennington and moThe horse and mule used for this ther, Mrs. C. R. Pennington, of Danfundamental work is in most cases ville, were the guests of Mrs. Ellis too small. The brood mare of 850 to Preston and Mrs. John Powell Sun900 pounds is too light to do the day. most efficient work on the farm and Rev. Ernest Ford will preach to too small to produce good colts or to old folks at the church on Sungood mules. Where these light mares day, May 28th. Let us try to get are found in a community there will them all to come out and hear him. also be found small 14 and 14 2 Prof. E. L. Grubbs and Supt. L. hand jacks. Bred the two and a L. Rankin attended the Fifth Dissmall mule is sure to be the result. trict Sunday School convention at Mule colts which will mature 850 Burgin Tuesday. or 900 pounds, sold the past season The Juniors cleared about $30 at at from $25 to $40 and were not their benefit show last Tuesday evwanted by purchasers even at that ening. This will go toward buying price. On the other hand mules whose their outfit for the band. dams were large enough to give Clerk E. L. Grubb received last promise of a maturity of weight ex- week a voucher for $2,000 due Mrs. ceeding 1,000 pounds brought from Mrs. James D. Shelby, of Danville, from the Modern Woodman of Amer$60 to $80. Just now, even in the south, the ica, as life insurance on her husdemand is for heavy mules. The in- band, theJlate James D. Shelby. dications are that there never will Prof Harvey Hopkins, of More-lanbe the demand again for the very was here on his way home small mule that there has been in from Stanford and attended the the past. Neighboring states are us- Junior benefit show. Prof. Hopkins ing large jacks, fifteen hands and will be principal at McKinney next over, on good draft mares. They are year. Mrs. Kate Grubbs, of Lebanon argetting a large mule and buyers are passing by the small, nondescript, rived Tuesday to visit Mrs. Ewing and E. L. Grubbs. little felow they used to purchase. Mr. Mat Engleman, of Campbells-villThe horses produced by 800 to 900 passed through our town Monpound mares are in no greater demand than are the mules fromthe day on his way to Burgin. The Moreland Baseball team was same dams. The small mare can only here Saturday afternoon and debe bred to aloss to the farmer. feated our boys 11 to 8. The Sue Bennett Memoral School SILAGE FEEDING EXPERIMENTS UTILITY 1-- Sais Poman'5 Beauty Depends Upon Health HEALTH AND VIGOR NECESSI-ITATE pnD REGULATION OF ORGANS OF ELIMINATION Skin foods and face creams and powders cannot make a woman beautiful, because beauty lies deeper that that it depends on health. In most cases the basis of health and the cause of sickness can be traced to the action of the bowels. The headache, the lassitude, the sallow skin, and the lusterless eyes are usually caused by constipation. An ideal remedy for women, and one delthat is especially suited to theirCaldicate organisms, is found in Dr. well's Syrup Pepsin, a mild laxative compound, pleasant to the taste and free from opiates and narcotic drugs of every description. Mrs. Gertrude Jordan, 522 North Liberty St., Indianapolis, Ind., says: "It is simply find fine; I have never been able to Caldanything to compare with Dr. well's SyriiP Pepsin. I started using is my it for the baby and now itwhere a family standby in all cases laxative is needed." Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is Oakland Six "Sturdy as the Oak" VALVE IN THE HEAD MOTOR To those who appreciate luxurious travel, we recommend this light six, built by a branch of General Motors. j H" $mzm. -- '' i.. r. ' . ' ... . ... f .. X....U,:, IIM'MlUMn). MRS. GERTRUDE JORDAN. ; .. .x I J ?j. V 'i X . sold in drug store for fifty cents a bottle; trial bottle can be obtained, free of charge, by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 Washington St., Monticello, Illinois. Farm and Stock News a barrel. heifer, Fair-vieat Clarksburg, W. Va., 82 head of Inka Vale Korndyke II, was reJerseys averaged $155.63. cently purchased for $1,500, by OlCasper Abt, of the Ottenheim sec- iver Cabana, Jr., Elma, N. Y. tion, sold 51 pounds of wool to of Paris, Claude F. Redmon, Pence & Hill here this week at 40 bought 21 head of long yearling heicents a pound. fers in Mt. Sterling Monday, at $36 M. A. Wakefield, of Shelbyville, per head. sold a car of grade Jersey cows to Bristol Taylor shipped 753 pounds the Illinois Breeders' Association, at of dry ginseng from his Rockhouse $90 per head. Creek ginseng farm near Whites-burR. L. Berry, of the West End, to New York dealers, for which sold 61 head of hogs to Judge W. he will receive in return $3,800 in M. Myers, of Hustonville, at $8.65. cash from a plot of less than an acre. They averaged 175 pounds. W. F. Watkins, at Maywood, reJ. W. Williams, of the Shelby City ceived a nice Jersey bull calf and a section, delivered to T. W. Jones here couple of handsome Jersey heifers this week, 70 head of hogs that ave- by express from J. A. Summers, of raged 231 pounds, for which was re- Johnson City, Tenn., Wednesday. ceived $8.70 per hundred. The wool pool of 15,000 pounds J. W. Phillips, of Lebanon, was formed several weeks ago by farmhere Thursday en route home from ers of the eastern part of Montgom- Lancaster where he bought four war erv county, was uuixiiiiacu uy nu- txr mules to complete a load, from 'baum & Co( of Louisville, at a a U. uunon, at reported price of 41 cents. W. D. Gooch, of the Goshen sec- One of the largest cattle deals tion, sold 27 lambs to Lawson and Brown, of Garrard this week at $8 , Ru He sold to Pence & Hi 1, of this city q to Monte his wool, amounting to about 100 Banvm Qne hundred and fifty. pounds at 40 cents a pound geven he&d be de Robert Wells, one of the leading & June tobacco buyers in Mason county, dred ug g Ruble shipped 300,000 pounds of Qf fa best bunches old tobacco that was bought, at o he ever that cents per pound. It was prized in .g fifteen r Qn hogsheads and occupied two solid he ever sold be than trains over the L. & N. from Mays- - fore The V1"e and will weigh . about 1,100 pounds, T. W. Jones bought up a load of fat sheep this week at from $5 to brin & Qf 000. Lancas- $6 for shipment. He secured 59 ReCQrd head from J. W Barnes of Byrds- Qf gtanford town, Tenn., a dozen head from J. frQm Rqw four oads q M. Cover, 10 head from Frank Bob- - a to Cindnnati market gat. bitt, of Turnersville, and 9 head Recent hQg purchases of from D. B. Morris, of Hubble were as follows: ve b Dr. C. M. Thompson of kings pG ayer. o4 w Mountain, bought a nice black year- $8.25; from ling bull from J. JMcD;nald' Sam Matheny 36 head averaging 190 Tennessee, last court wM he paid $45. Dr. Thompson who averaging 212 has gotten to be quite a cattle feed- g &fc R er on his southern farm has about & at fnm a dozen choice cows and heifers on $g $g ,Q; from Frank Smith q grass. dozen head, averaging 160 pounds, -ix m.. I.CUL.C ti,-ii-....!., n-- ... -- f --' f at $850; from John C. Pepples, 21 noticing last week what some of the averaging 190 pounds at . country irienu a.u auuu, uu frQm w R Logan ha,f & dozen$8.50; head eggs reporcs tnat sne nas eignteen averaging 170 pounds at $8.50; Rhode Island hens, and sold during from John T. Rigsby, of the East and a half End, 140 head averaging 150 pounds February twenty-fou- r dozen eggs from them, and in March at $7.50 to $8.50; from Granville twenty-fiv- e and a half dozen, which Lutes near Turnersville, 82 head she thinks is good for town chicke-en- s. averaging 190 pounds at from $8.25 Calloway fimes. ;to $8.50. $4 w -- here this week at At the recent sales of Gore Bros., The Holstein-Freisia- n J. H. Crawford sold 80 barrels of corn to J. H. Baughman & Co., comfort, flexibility, and ease of handling not obtainable in any four cylinder car. Cf I It combines smoothness, A demonstration will convince. Oakland "6" touring and roadster $795.00 Oakland "8" touring car $1,575.00 Add freight from factory g, Carpenter & Campbell Stanford, Kentucky Phone 141 or 261 for Demonstration i iu nu. - , d, Lancaster Dr. A. S. Price and Mrs. Price, of Stanford, were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Price to the east of this city. A number o Lancaster delegates will attend the District C. W. B. M. convention to meet in Hustonville on May 24th. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cornn and Misses Maud and Ella Murphy made a recent motoring trip to the Blue Grass Capital. Mrs. Wood has returned to her home in Illinois after a six weeks' visit 'to her daughter, Mrs. William B. Denny, on the Richmond road. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Price, accompanied by the guests, Mrs. M. H. Mabry and Master Harton Mabry, of Florida, made an auto trip Saturday to the Boyle capital. Misses Mary and Alma Hays Lear of the east end of the county, went to Louisville for the Derby, and extended their itinerary to Birmingham, Ala., to attend the Confederate Reunion. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Haselden, Miss Kathleen Walter and Mr. J. S. Haselden, were in Danville for the recent Knights Templar reception. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams and e, -- At Kentucky Experiment Station An outline of our experiments is as follows: One of our experiments is to test the influence of fattening cattle in the barn with the run of a covered barnyard, as compared with similar cattle being fed the same feeds with the run of the same kind of a barn and access to a twenty-acr- e s, baseball team, of London, played the D. & D. at Danville and were defeated 6 to 2. They also lost two fine baseball bats at Junction City, which some one took out of the depot. The finder please inform manager Ramsey, London, Ky. iillllilirilfllliltlHliiiiiiiiilliUllllllllhll Dodg&Brothers MOTORCAR If you want a first class medium weight car one looks good, is good, strong and substantial and a hill climber, take time to look the wonderful DODGE over. Scrutinize it, pare it with the best of them, then I am fully satisfied your sion will be in favor of the DODGE. up-to-da- te that then comdeci- W. L. McCARTY, Agent ::::;:: P. S. I have recently sold Mr. Wilhoit, Cashier of the Moreland Bank, also Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ballard one of these cars. Ask them about it. : ::::::::: pasture. These cattle are two- What and when the experiment was begun weighed about one thousand "pounds. The feeds being fed are shelled corn, cottonseed meal, sor-- .l ghum silage and oat straw. Another test we are conducting is to deter- mine tne value oi ieeaing a grain ration to cattle while being finished on grass after having made a meof MJlledgeville dium gain during the winter months on a heavy feed of silage, a limited amount of cottonseed meal and oat straw, as compared with a lot of steers fed similarly during the winter and finished on grass the following summer without grain. A third test being conducted Is to determine the residual effect oi silage fed to yearlings during the winter months EE TN the last ten or fifteen years I there have been dozens of cream on the rate of gain on pasture with: X separators come on the market out grain, as compared with a similar lot of yearlings making a similar EE which claimed to be "world beaters." But they couldn't make good in the gain during the winter months but j receiving no silage. The feeds being EE hands of the users and one by one they dropped out of sight fed one lot of yearlings is a small Their owners were willing to take amount of cottonseed meal, corn si- EE EE a risk and they lost. If you buy a lage, a small amount of clover hay run and all the oatstraw desired. The ra- ss cream separator from us you loss. tion given the other lot mentioned EE no "sk of dissatisfaction or corn, a small amount is broken-ea- r The De Laval is tested of cottonseed meal, a small amount and time proved of clover hay and all the oat straw EE Why experiment? What's the use desired. This last test will be a continuation of similar tests conducted of taking chances with a machine you don't know much about, or an at this Station during the past two years. There is a grea deal of discuss- EE inferior machine, when you know : that a De Laval is recognized every- ion1 nowadays as to whether or not EE where as the "World's Standard." cattle will make good gains on pasyears of ex- More than thirty-fiv- e ture after having had silage in the EE during the previous winter, l periment and experience have made ration the and this Station is indeavoring to get si the De Laval a sufficient, amount of data to de- EE best machine on the market for termine that point. S the separationnoof cream. now, or separator If you have E. S. Good, Head Department EE Prof. an inferior one, we can seu you B a De Laval on EE JUNCTION CITY. EE such terms that B. Lewis, Inez EE it will pay for it- Misses Minnie Wayne, of K. C. W., and Adelia E self while you Ward, of Toledo, O., and Esther s are using it Funk, of K. C. W., were week end puests of Misses Mary and Ada S Sooner or Steele. EE you Rev. Homer Carpenter, of Shelbyville, will assist Rev. Ernest Ford EE will buy a of the Christian church in a protracted meeting, beglning WednesDE LAVAL day, June 7th and lasting until 23rd. Rev. Ernest Ford preached a fine nlllimilMillllllllMUUUIIIlimilllllllll! year-oldI Ira T, Moser has to say about cream separators this week. ments was an attractive feature of tion from the State Secretary of the the brilliant occasion. Christian Endeavor organization Miss Lena Bright was hostess at for his attendance at every session an elaborate six o'clock dinner Tues- of the State C. E. Convention meet-i- n recently in Lexington, he and day, the guests being the Rev. and Mrs. H. S. Hudson, and the mem- Miss Lida Rainey having gone as bers of the Board of Trustees of the Lancaster delegates. A letter was Lancaster Graded School. Miss Lena lately received by the local society makes these dinners annual affairs. commending Mr. Stapp. The commencement of the LanDr. J. B. Kinnaird. Messrs. W. O. Goodloe and J. S. Haselden enter- caster High School will be held in the auditorium of the school buildMiss Genevieve Smalley have return tained the members of the men's Bi- ing on the evening of May 31, Dr. J. ble class of the Presbyterian church ed to their home in New Albany, L. Hill, of Georgetown delivering Ind., after a visit to friends in north ( last Friday evening. A delicious the address to the graduates and course of refreshments enhanced the Garrard and a short sojourn with presenting diplomas to the followMr. and Mrs. William Jennings of: pleasure of the assemblage. ing: Misses Marietta King, I Mrs. Richard Tasker Lowndes, Pollitt, Sara Wilmot, Mina Charlotte this city. Rankin, Mrs. John Osborne, of Knoxville, who has accepted the chairmanship Charlie Elmore, Nannie Bratton and who is making a protracted visit to of the Democratic Suffrage Plank Ella Mae Rigsby, Wade Walker, her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Warren Committee, for the Kentucky Equal John Holtzclaw and Emmett Broad-du- s. at Stanford, came over for a visit to Rights Association, has invited Mrs. President W. A. Gansfield, of Robert Elkin, of this city, as one of Centre College, will preach the bac- Lancaster kinspeople. Miss Mary Doty has returned! a number of prominent Kentucky j calaureate sermon, while a number irom a pleasant visit to ner cousin, women, to serve on her State Com- of entertainments will be given by Mrs. George Bogard at Big Stone mittee. the pupils of the intermediate and Gap, Virginia. Mrs. E. L. Owsley, who has been primary departments throughout Miss Tommie Francis made a sev in New York City, Washington, D. commencement week, the Seniors eral days' visit to her friend, Mrs.i. C, and Charlottesville, Va., will ar- rendering a class play as their part J. Rockwell Smith in Uanville. rive Uiome in a few days. of the closing exercisese. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Haselden, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Haselden, Mr. Joe S. Haselden and J. W. Sweeney were among the Lancastrians who attended the Knight Templar conTRAIN EXCURSION clave in session at Frankfort this I ( . J Professor Henry Lloyd and Mrs. Dr. J. B. Kinnaird was in Louis- Lloyd, of Lexington, and Mrs. J. M. ville for the convention of the Ken- Frazee, of Maysville, were visitors jtucky State Association of Railway here last Saturday, enjoying a pic- Surgeons, having been on the pro- nic on the old Lusk domain to the Jgram for papers on, "The Econo southeast of this city. mics value ot tne Kailway Surgeon Mr. John M. Duncan and Miss and "The Report of Cases." Mr. Robert Elkin, business manaJennie Duncan left Monday for an eastern trip, the former on his way ger of the Central Record, has been to Atlantic City, and the latter to made the successor of Guthrie Wilson, as Superintendent visit in Washingon, D. C. of the DeThe Seniors ot the Lancaster partment of Horses at the State High School gave a reception at the Fair at Louisville. The Bryantsville District Sunday school building on last Friday evening. The members of the gradu- School Convention was held Sunday ating class were hosts of the social at the Pleasant Grove church on the affair, there being ten in number. Lexington road. These conventions Among the guests were are being held in the various localiMiss Lila Ruth Robertson, of Bath ties of the county preparatory to county, Scott Robertson, of Bath, the Garrard County Convention to Miss Georgia Jones, of Richmond, be held early in the month of June. Young Mr. Burton Stapp, of this and Miss Bessie Holtzclaw, of Stanford. A delicious course of refresh- city, has received high commendaout-of-to- SPECIAL later Mrs. E. W. Harris, Mrs. Solon B. Henry and Mrs. Thomas Austin were in Birmingham, Ala., during the Confederate Reunion, and will protract their stay with kinspeople there. Miss Ora Vice, of Mavsville, came down from the Richmond ' Normal School with Miss Emma Walker and were guests for the week end of Mrs. Sam Cotton. Mr. and Mrs. Parker Gregory, Miss Jennie Lackey and Mrs. W. O Goodloe enjoyed a motoring trip Monday to Danville, returning by j the way of Hickman, over the beaut tiful Lexington road. Mr. Joe Harris West, the handsome .son of former Postmaster W. T. West of this city, will receive his diploma at the commencement of the Millersburg Military Institute. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, MAY 24th $1.5 O ROUND TRIP FROM Junction City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. J C. B. BARBERSON, Ticket Ageat JUNCTION CITY, KY. .1