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Tuesday, November, 21, 1916. Keenon Vindicated i Tuesdays and Fridays SKILES' HAT IN RING ANDERSON LOSES HIS SUIT DAMAGE AGAINST MRS. HERRING $15,000 Berkshires Coining Fast Gives Up Political Job Protect The Pheasants " Association Increases Capital Stock Capt. Joe L. Coffey To Go On Road Says Game Warden Embry, Who By Unprecedented Democratic MaCRAB ORCHARD MAN OUT FOR To Broaden Scope For Big Lead House , Says They've Multiplied Fast jority For Wilson This Year . REPRESENTATIVE Capt. Joe Lynn Coffey, Avho has . District Warden Sam J. Embry reAt a meeting held here Monday, Clerk of the Court of Appeals Rodthe Kentucky Red Berkshire Asso- been clerk of the Frankfort peniten- turned late last week from Casey, man W. Keenon, of Frankfort, spent Jury Out But A Few Minutes In ciation increased its capital stock tiary for several years last week ten- where he put in the week seeing that Sunday in Stanford, with his brother-in-la- Cashier of Crab Orchard Banking from $300 to $1,000. A formal dered his resignatipn to the Board of the game laws are enforced. Just beDr. T. W. Pennington. Mr. Company, and Splendid Young Deciding Upon Verdict In Unvote of the stockholders was requir- Prison Commissioners and will ac- fore- going to Casey he caused the Keenon who is one of the most popued for such action and amended arti- cept a nice position on the road for a arrest of Arthur Hopkins, of the Crab lar state officials at Frankfort, atMan and Democrat. usual Slander Case cles of incorporation will be filed in large lead manufacturing house the Orchard section for hunting without tained state wide notoriety recently j office of H. G. Clerk here Capt; Coffey, his to on $50 It did not take the jury which the the office the CountySecretary of first of December. son spent Sunday license. Hopkins was released Warden by his refusalring'ssubmit to the Stan-it thorizes Skiles, of Crab Orchard auand wife and young of the the Interior Journal today bail, which he furnished. ley whisky demands that tried the $15,000 slander damage State at Frankfort. The Association here with his father, Col. Joseph Cof- Embruy is certainlv on to his inh nt be allowed to name all of the county to announce him as a candidate for suit of Jones L. Anderson, of the has done a great work since its or- fey and was congratulated by his all times, and is making Violators of election commissioners in the state. the Democratic nomination for Repand How well Mr. Keenon's judgment and resentative from Lincoln county in Preachersville section ajrainst .Mrs. ganization beyondthe members have many friends "back home" upon re- the game laws live hard. succeeded the their expectations ceiving such a desirable" position, and He is especially anxious for the action in this matter was vindicated marylegislature, subject to the priEliza Herring, just over in Garrard in bringing before the public gener- getting away from a purely apolitical in August, 1917. The office is shown by the reVurns from the reJong, to find a verdict last Saturday, ally and farmers and hog breeders place. Capt Coffey has a faculty of protection of the English pheasants, cent election in Kentucky when this to which Mr. Skiles asks the peowhich have shown up fine in their after the case had been given to them in particular the merits of the Red making friends, and is a good mixer. breeding results during the year and state gave Wilson, the largest demo- ple of Lincoln county to honor him by the court. The jury brought in a Berkshire as a general purpose hog He has made one of the most effi- - a half since they have been liberated cratic majority in a presidential race with is one of the most important of the highest type. The demand cient clerks the that that they are called upon verdict in favor of Mrs. Herring, for breeding stock of this animal has ana nis place will beprison ever had, in this section. Reports to the Game in a quarter of a century. Mr. Keenon t one in which extreme care to fill, end should be hard to nil. It Warden are that these birds have has been widely congratulated and which throws all the costs of theac-- , grown so that it is hard to supply it is probable that he will travel through multiplied commended for the nerve and back- , used in selecting a man to fill it. " until there are three or and 'the members feel that by broad- the south considerably, having his tion on Mr. Anderson. bone he displayed on that occasion, Those who know Mr. Skiles, and to as Evidence, which was, introduced' in ening the scope with increased cap- headquarters in Cincinnati, where the four timesout. many as were original- and his friends are saying that noth- know him is to be his friend, say ly turned The penalty for killing the case after the 'I. J's report of 'the ital and ,more stockholders, great main factory of his house is located, any of them or having them in pos- ing is too good for him, should he that he will measure up in every way proceedings closed last Friday, 'most- progress 'can. be made during the and being compelled to make his session, is very ask any further honors from his par- ' to the responsibilities of the office. severe. He is the popular cashier of the Crab ly had to do with ,the introduction of; coming season. home at some point in Ohio. ty. The best hunting season since the character witnesses for v and. against' The Prisqn Board has not yet anBefore leaving Frankfort, he called Orchard Banking Company, one of Mr. Anderson. the "livest wires" ever known in nounced the name of the successor creation of the commission is the pre. diction of J. G. Big Fire S. C. Denny, of a bank" at LancasPineville to Capt. sonCoffey. Friends of June of the KentuckyWard, executive agent a meeting of the Stateis Election Com- Lincoln county; thoroughly in touch mission of which he chairman for with Game and Fish Com- November 21 for the purpose of canter, testified that Mr. Anderson's Givens, the farmers and taxpayers and of Col. B. W. Givens, of the Hubble section, are urging him mission, concerning the hunting sea- vassing the returns of the election of familiar with their needs. No man character is good. Disastrous Because Wate for the place. The board will appoint son, which opened last Wednesday. November 7. Messrs. J. E Stormes and R, H. stands higher in any community than Supply Was Cut Off Batson, of Lancaster, and Peyton whomever Gov. Stanley suggests to "There will be a chance for a mixed Although 11 counties have not re- he does in the East End of this Parrish, of the Preachersville section, it, and the governor wilk certaihjy bag, Hyhich is pleasing to the average ported their official vote, the 110 county and his people are understood said testified to the same thing. don't Shortly after midnicrht Sunrinv the reward a faithful friend, 'who has led sportsman," quail Mr. Ward.so"Iplenti- counties that have reported show that to be solidly behind him in this wor-has been thy ambition which he manifests. his fight and stood to him at "all khowf when Ben Lunsford, of the Preachers- office, storeroom und the of lumber sheds times, by appointing the spnof Mr. ful and well distributed and there year votelargelyboth parties cast this That he will stand first, last and all ville section, said that Mr. Anderson's of the Rice Lumber Company is in excess of that cast reputation for truth and honesty is ville were destroyed bv fire at Pine- Givens to the place, for which his are manv rabbits, jacksnipes and in 1912. the time for the interests of his peotogether name has been mentioned. Young squirrels." good but that he had many enemies with The counties that have not report- ple above those of the politician or the residence of R. in Preachersville as he "is always account of lack of water B. Rice. On Givens is a fine young- man, and is ed officially are Henderson, Marion, place hunter is assured by his friends, the loss was well qualified for the clerkship. The, shooting at random with his mouth." total. The Pineville Kenton, Clark, Rowan, Knott, Perry, who say he will make a Representa- water Strong Sermons Others who testified to the good recently was indicted on company position pays' $100 a month. Clay, Laurel, Pulaski and Whitley. j tive of whom the county will well be evidence character of the plaintiff were J. T. furnished by the State The Republican vote in Todd county proud. Board of Bigsby, W. P. White, B. I. Blanken-shi- Health It is understood that Mr. Skiles Revival Services Start Off Auspici- - is missing. and was charged with furnishD. M. Anderson, Henry CumSeveral Farms Sold The total vote for Wilson returned will issuTa formal card to the voters ously at Baptist Church. ing its patrons with polluted water. mins and John Bhigamin. so far is 239.575 votes, as against a a little later, setting forth to the peoThe case went to trial Thursday of Walter Jordan testified that he last week and Saturday vote of 219,584 in 1912. The total ple what he stands for in asking this afternoon Revival services at the Stanford vote for Hughes so far is 211,728, office at their hands; and that he will worked on a house which Mr. Ander- jury returned a verdict, fining the Local Real Estate Firm Negotiates .the Several Nice Deals Baptist church opened most auspi- as against a vote of 218,279, the com- enter upon an aggressive campaign son was building; that broken rock company one cent. The company ofciously "Was used in the trench and pillars of Sunday morning. Good bined vote of the Progressives and at once. ficials at o'clock night the house, which was ordinary rock shut down 10the water Saturdayleaving The hustling real estate firm of crowds are attending at both morn- Republicans in 1912. The indications plant and worth about $3. Hughes & McCarty, of Stanford, has ing and evening services, and Evan- are that the vote this year will excity without water J. F. Shaw, a stone mason, said the or domestic use. for either pub- just completed the sales of several gelist O. E. Bryan, state evangelist ceed the vote of 1908, which totaled Here,There, Everywhere lic that he built the stone work on Mr. As a consequence, when the fire Lincoln county farms at very satis- is giving his hearers some 479,803. A little son of E. J. Hines died at religion, straight from the Anderson's house and that the stone alarm was sounded there was no wa- factory prices For Frank Martin, Science Hill, Pulaski county of dinh- Avork on Mr. Anderson's house and ter on hand to fight the fire. Later they sold his farm near Turnersville shoulder, with no compromise with TROUBLE AT THE MOUNTAIN i theria. the devil at any stage of the that the stone was worth $4 or $5. the water was turned on, but not un- to Squire J T. Roberts, of the Hubble" Hampton Lewis, one of the pio- -j Cashier W. M. Bright, of the Lin- til the property of the section for $10,000. There are 84 proceedings. Richard Hatter, wiio lives at King's lumber com- acres to the tract all in grass, coln County National Bank testified pany had been In opening the services Sundav Mountain and works for the Q. & C. . neer citizens and Democrats of Bell and this destroyed. county, died that that Mr. Anderson's reputation is other property which cautrht. However, is considered a fine piece of ground. morning he talked on "Old Time Re- was in town Monday. Asked about after a short at Callowav was acountv firo wn Squire Roberts gets possession illness. He large good. ligion"' and that night before a con- the trouble he had with "Dock" Padthe 1st Only two speeches were made on saved. The water company is under of January. gregation that taxed the capacity of gett, of his town, a few nights ago land owner. to furnish the case, Attorney J. E. Robinson contract fire Pineville to and thn wa- . To E. L. Settle, of Harlan county, the building, as the other churche's of he said: "Some two years ago Dock ty The coal operators of Harlan counter for protection, enn. have increased the wages of all speaking for Mrs. Herring and Judge tract was in force when town, dismissed, he took subits plant was the local firm sold the Green jfarm at ject. "Sin Is Like Fire," as hisdevel- Padgett told me not to speak to him their employes 10 per cent. The new L. L. Walker for Mr. Anderson. The shut down. Highland, one of the nicest little and again and I have always 'passed him some splendid thoughts during up since. Un bunday night, 121::, he order affects 3,500 men. effective case was then given to the jury which It is said those who lost in the fire places in that section of the count. oped discourse. Monday (November 1. The raise is due to the was dut about 10 minutes, and will bring suit against thp the water It consists of 55 acres and the price 10 o'clock his subject wasmorning at overtook me on the streets of King's high cost of living. brought in a verdict for Mrs. Her- company to recover "Backslid- Mountains and began to beat me with the. amount of was $650. Wilson, Garrison, ring. To J. W. of Laurel county, ing," and that night he spoke on his pistol, saying he was going to ,j in HarryCampbell 21, negro convicted their losses'. Pineville was without the county circuit in ""The Lost Soul at the Judgment," or kill me. He shot at me several times water and great inconvenience has theyj;pld the Brawn er property at McKinney, consisting of 140 acres, a comparison between the "sheep" but missed me and we grappled. I Newport of attacking Mrs. Luella KEPT WEDDING A SECRET. been experienced, esnecinllv hv lintels home at Oneonta, the price being $1,600. This is also nnd'the "goats" on that great dav. tried to get hold of his pistol, when j Crowder at her was electrocuted land the hospitals. Ky., last year, in sur- ToliightJie will sneak on "The Bible the weapon went off again, the ball Their host of friends were , I. Ihe companv was chartered,by the. an exceptionally goodhuy. .. V.i. j . H.. Friday , the Lddyvule penitentiary i .r- ''.v .. ,Through the'1' local firm, J. P. DoctrHrac? HelL" .ill. '.i. iL. t,.1, i making a f.tosh woamL-in-ihip. A tt Tv!1rv "Rll ivlin f..c " and began operations Payne, a nouneement U the wedding of Mrs legislature It well known resident of the man named'Lane came up about that freight depot in Midliaboro, t,.i" hisEi aoout lSUu. Baptists To Raise $225,000 is practically owned shot Lillie Holtzclaw, daughter of W. T. by D. B. Logan, of Pineville, Preachersville section, bought the .P time and r m1'L J ir Rev. W. D. Powell, of Louisville, gett wouldseparated us. I guessI Pad- J. wiie una .urs. .uary xaii, a. relative"' Underwood, one of the best known Louis Descognets, of Lexington. and Price property, consisting of. a nice have killed me had was corresponding secre- not caught his hand in which ifhe held with a shotgun, the police say. The farmers of the Hubble section, and home and blacksmith shop at RowThe Joss of the D. B. Morris, also a prominent and pany is estimatedRice Lumber Com- land, the consideration being $600, tary of the Baptist State Board of the weapon." Mr. Hatter was taken wife was shot in the knee, the charge at respected farmer of that community. small insurance. R. B. $1,000, with possession to be jriven January 1st. Missions at the General Association before the grrnd jury but of course of shot almost tearing the leg off. in Louisville last week. Dr. Powell this paper does not know what actio 1 The other woman was only slightly The bride was an attractive and ac- residence is $1,200 withRice's loss on insurance of wounded. will administer the money raised by was taken. groom $700. The complished widow, while the Hurst livery stable sufLouis Sandlin died at Kingston, TO THE PUBLIC the Baptist of the State for demoni-nationwas a widower. They kept the news fered damage to Madison county of complication of purposes, the coming year's The ladies of the Presbyterian wedding, which was solem- $300. The City the amount of about of theii Council met in extra- church of Hustonville, will hold their budget being S225,000. The associadisease incident to old age. Mr. SandFUNERAL OF MRS. BACK nize vi Danville several weeks ago, ordinary session late Sunday after- annual bazaar on Dec. 9th, 1916 at tion voted to hold the eightieth seslin was 7S years of age and was a c cm- - etc secret and did not make a The remains of Mrs. Thomas C. noon and an agreement was reached 1917, at the Back, who was formerly Miss Lucile veteran of the Civil war, having been it .i"! until late last week, when with the company and the water ser- the Emporium flats. This time they sion on November KentHv left for a wedding trip to At- vice was again resumed at 5 o'clock. will dispaly a large amount of handi- First J. Baptist church, at Paducah. Dinwiddie were brought back to her a member of theHe wash twice marritucky regiment. W. Porter, of Lexington re- home work, gathered throughout the year Rev. lanta, Chattanooga and other points at Moreland and laid to final for this sale also will feed the inner ported 4,204 additions to Baptist rest there, after beautiful services ed, his first wife dying thirteen years in the south. They will be showered ago. His second wife, Mrs. Lucy eighty-fou- r Sunday by Rev. A. H. Baugh, of man with the best in the land, tur- churches and with good wishes and congratulations HustonSTOUFFER CHENAULT Sandlin survives. Mr. Sandlin was the key and oysters in every style. Speci- organized. Workers from manv parts ville Christian church, ofthe from their many friends when they which the The marriage of Miss Russell al entertainment for the children. Do of Kentucky told of the advances young mother had been an almost father of nine children, all of whom return home. are living and the youngest of which Stouffer and Joseph Prewitt Chenault not misss this social event held dur- made. g member. A host of friends is thirty-seve- n years of age. ing the entire day from 10 A. M., unwas quietly solemnized Saturday FELL AND BROKE HIP and loved ones followed the remains A wildcat paid the school at Gravmorning at Richmond in the presence til IIP. M. A great musical treat is to their last resting place, and the ity, Bell county News of the Churches week a visit and Mr?. E. D. .Kennedy, wife of the of a few relatives and Intimate in store for you interspersed with young husband and father, Avho is for a time broke last the school. Some up County AsAsessor, sustained a very friends of the family at the home of many surprises for you from time to Presbyterian Church. Teachers' thus left alone with his little one, has time during the noon hour, the bob serious accident Friday night when the bride's mother, Mrs. J. B. Stouf- time. , Class on Wednesday evening at 6:30. the sympathy of the entire communientered the building and when she slipped on the sidewalk on the fer. The Rev. Dr. Telford officiated. k The service will be omitted ty. The little orphan daughter is be- cat teacher and pupils went into rethe south side of Main street on the Miss Brown E. Telford plaved Lo LOSER PAID UNIQUE BET. because of the revival services at the ing kept by her mother's parents. sume books the cat was stretched out block between the St. Asaph hotel hengrin's wedding march on the harp. Attired in the uniform of a Sal- Baptist church. Col. and Mrs. John B. Dinwiddie at on a bench asleep. The noise awakenand Severance's Store, and broke her The bride was handsomely gowned in vation Army worker. H. C. ChappeM. Moreland, where she is being given ed him and he left his bed and took left hip. She was taken to her home a blue velour traveling suit, her hat Rev. C. E. Wyatt, who has been every care and attention which kind up his position on the teacher's desk. given every being a dainty creation of silver lace j on Hustonville street and States, for one medical attention, but necessarily the ana uiacK velvet, ane wore a corsage week beggedthree hours which day last pastor of the Crab Orchard Chris- hands and loving hearts can find to The teacher and pupils hastily vapennies, he injury is a very painful one and hard bouquet of valley lillies and roses. lected in a tambourine. Chappell col tian church for some time has re- do. cated the building and the cat folbe signed and accepted a call to the lowed a little later and peacefully to handle. Mrs. Kennedy was taken Mrs. Chenault is a woman of many lieved Hughes would be the wended his way into the mountains. to the hospital at Danville early this personal charms, a graduate of Ran ot the presidential race, and winner christian church at .Ocela. Fla. Rev BELOVED WOMAN DIES week for treatment. A number of dolph-Maco- n aRwi " i Cleo Purvis, of Clav City, has accept College and prominent with Arthur Mrs. William Ellis, aged about 39 V11 ed a call to the Crab Orchard churcii other similar accidents have occurred hi the religious and social world of son admirer, Rhorer, attorney Report of the condition of that the loser would beg and he and his wife will move to that years, died at the home of her husat almost the exact place where Mrs. Richmond. The groom; the elder son alms. Chappell, besides attorning a Kennedy was injured. Col. W. P. of Judge J. C. Chenault, is a lawyer great amusement to his townspeiplo. city to make their home. This will band, a well known and popular lum- CRAB ORCHARD BANKING CO. be the first time in many yeai-- that ber man at Moreland last Thursday. doing business at the town of Crab "Walton, now of Lexington, broke a and already has attained an enviable success of the Ellis has been limb there a number of years ago, position in his profession. He is a made a as financial was collected and the pastor has had his hor.ie there. Mrs. complication of ill for some time Orchard, County of Lincoln, State of $20.87 "stunt" troubles. Besides of a and others have fallen there since. graduate of Washington and Lee and turned over to the Salvation Army. It is probable that Rev. Purvip will her husband "and her mother and Kentucky, at the close of business on secure another church near Crab Orof November, 191G. Georgetown Universities. Immediatefather she is survived bv six children the 9th day RESOURCES chard. ly after the ceremony the young MAHONEY ELMORE ! NO ERRORS IN CALIFORNIA. four of them small. For many years couple left for Asheville, N. C. . $61,320.27 she has been a faithful member of Loans and Discounts Sacramento, Cal., Nov. 20. A beautiful wedding was solemnizEMBRY SHOWS UP WELL. the Methodist church, and her for- Overdrafts, secured and Unofficial returns from four couned Wednesday at Jellico, Tenn., at 422.98 BROKE HER HIP If Centre College had used Sam J. mer pastor. Rev. Enos Waggoner, unsecured ties were rendered official by the 1:30, when Miss Elva JVIahoney beClyde Elmore, both canvass conducted today in the of- Embry, of Stanford, at left end all now of Macksville, came back to Stocks, Bonds and other came the wife of slipping from the auto which 3,977.35 Securities funeral of Jellico, the Rev. Raymond G. Sher-re- r 'sheIn was riding, Miss Lizzie in Moore, fice of Secretary of State Frank C. during the game ajrainst Transylva- preach her Methodist sermon at the Due from Banks 11,171.51 church, which leaving onlv 12 counties to nia University last Friday afternoon, Moreland place officiating. Miss daughter ot Jordan, of that Moore, 2,549.47 Mahoney is the daughter of Mr. and Shelby City Col. D. K.fell and of the be heard from. These include the the Danville boys might have won the was followed by interment in the Cash on hand section, broke largest counties of the state and game instead of only holding the T. Pruitt burying ground. Banking House, Furniture A Mahoney, while Mr. El-i- s her hip. The accident Mrs. J. occurred on the 3,000.00 and Fixtures a son of James C. Elmore, deceas- Perry ville pike, just out of Danville. more than half the vote has still to U. eleven to a 0 to 0 game. The Cen3.G93.6S Other Real Estate be canvassed not later than Monday. tre coach, with a painful lack of ed and a great nephew of Mr. M. D. ACCIDENTALLY SHOT Other Assets not included November 27, the date fixed by law. speed on his squad, kept Embry, a Elmore of this city. under any of above While out hunting last week in the d No errors in the count of votes for record man, and a real live GILLILAND'S HOME BURNED 67.24 heads Prewitt Thompson accipresidential electors have been wire on the bench until the latter East End. CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET. y Victor Gilliland's Cep-hframe found. part of the last quarter. Arnett, the dentally shot his brother-in-la$86,202.50 Total Hogs Receipts 8,300; slow; pack- dwelling, near King's Mountain, burnMorgan, in the face. While the big star for T. U., nearly won the LIABILITIES ers and butchers $9.25 9.70; com- ed Monday morning. It is not known ALIENATION SUIT DISMISSED game by himself, yet the first scrim- wound is not dangerous, it is very n young Capital Stock paid in, in mon to choice $79; pigs and lights how the fire started. A good portion A dispatch from Lexington Mon- mage Embry got into after he was painful. Both are cash $15,000.00 put in the line-u$58.80. Cattle of the contents were saved. $68.85; stags steers he broke through farmers of that section. day said: The $20,000 alienation suit Surplus Fund 1,500.00 heireceipts 4,500; be$58.80; of Mrs. Fannie Eubanks, of Danville, interference and threw Arnett Profits, AT THE OPERA HOUSE fers $5 7.25; cows $4.25(5)6.2'5; against Miss Terah Moore, of Lex- hind his line. A great crowd was DISTILLERY BURNS IN RUSSELL Undivided and taxes less ex- 1,047.75 penses paid.... calves lower; $4.50(5)11.50; culls, $3 present, and it was a finely fought TONIGHT "The Race." Victor ington, was dismissed for want of game (5)4; lambs $10(5)12; culls $7.509. Moore In Russell county the distillery of Deposits subject from start to finish. prosecution in the circuit court. Mrs. and Anita King. to check $56,577.10 Hogs Receipts 8,580; market lowA. R. Foley was completely destroyWEDNESDAAY "The Little Girl Eubanks charged Miss Moore with 'light to heavy $9.25(5)9.75; Next Door." er; ed by fire last week. The distillery Time Deposits.. 11,768.95 affecSTANFORD BOYS WIN AGAIN. alienation of her husband's roughs $8.50. Chicago wheat closed was not in operation, but preparations Cashier's checks THURSDAY Paramount, "The tions. The Stanford High School football had been made to begin work. The to308.70 68,654.75. outstanding .. at $1.88 Eternal Grind." Marv Pickford. team went to Nicholasville Saturday tal loss was about $800. Incendiarism NOW LOOKOUT FRIDAY Pathe Triangle "The last and defeated the eleven of the is suspected but so far the guilty parTotal $86,202.50 LATEST WAR NEWS. Perils of Pauline. No. 3. The new When a cold hangs on as offeu Threlkeld High school of that city ty has not been found. Reenue men The "German War Office announces Pearl White Serial. "Fatty and Mable happens, or when you have hardly by 34 to 0. All of the boys did fine are on the ground investigating. Stqte of Kentucky, that the Teutonic troops in Rumania Adrift." Two reel comedy. gotten over one cold before you con- work, and their superiority was easi-l- v County of Lincoln, Set. are approaching Craiova, the capital We, W. E. Perkins and H. G. Skiles tract some very serious disease. This manifested. On Saturday next HER SON SUBJECT TO CROUP of Western Wallachia. 120 miles Sufferer From Indigestion Relieved succession of colds weakens the sys- they go to Frankfort to meet the and Cashier of the west of Bucharest. The German tem and lowers the vitality so that High school there. "My son Edwin is subject to croup" above named Bank, do solemnly Before taking Chamberlain's Tab- you are much more liable to contract War Office announced yesterday that writes Mrs. E. O. Irwin, of New Ken- swear that the above statement is the Teuton troops pushing behind the lets my husband suffered for several chronic catarrh, pneumonia or consington, Pa., "I put in many sleepless true to the best of our knowledge Do You Have Sour Stomach? Rumanians in Southwestern Rumania years from indigestion, causing him sumption. Cure your cold while you hours at night before I learned of and belief. railroad. to have pains in the stomach and dis- can. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy reached the Orsova-Craiov- a W. E. PERKINS, Vice-Pre- s. If you are troubled with sour Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. MothNorth of the Somme an artillerv tress after eating. Chamberlain's Tab- take one of Chamberlain's Tablets stomach you should eat slowly and ers need not- - fear this disease if thev H. G. Skiles, Cashier. duel is in progress, it is announced. lets relieved him of these spells righ. upon by thousands of people and nev- masticate your food thoroughly, then keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Subscribed and sworn to before me Livelier fighting is reported on the away," writes Mrs. Thomas Casey, er disappoints them. Try it. It only has a ereat reputation. It is relied Remedy in the house and use it as this ICth day of November, 191G. lower Danube and on the Struma ueneva, x. x. iotainahie every- - costs a quarter Obtainpblo every- - immediately after supper. Obtain directed. It always gave my boy re- My commission expires Feb. 26, 1918, where. front. i where. J. T. Chadwick, Notary Public' lief." Obtainable everywhere. able everywhere. w, I At i - . . p, " ed I I I ..1. U-- il -I t -- " a -- n v-- I F T ed al 1 13-1- 5, forty-sevent- life-lon- mid-wee- ! s 100-yar- two-stor- w, us well-know- p, 1-- 2. X Vice-Preside- nt Page Two Xhe Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday; November 21, 1 91 6. k w" k. " rfe a It - makes a real & The Interior Journal S. M. SAvrLEY, Editor and Proprietor ai Tp Entered at the postcffioe at Stanford, Ky., gecond class mail matter. B "ffiwHlftalW-TTf- Thanksgiving o 5v3S&ihe$9E&. Subscription Rates Roth issues a week, per year $1.50 1.00 Twice a week, for 8 months 75 Twice a week, for 0 months 40 Twice a week, for 3 months 1.00 Once a week, either iFuc, per year to all: pa Subscriptions are per stops when time for wlncli it is paid, is up j I savmx raKvx- A J113iP33k Ladies Trunks Hand Bags Steamers Political Announcements. The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates for office subject to the Democratic primary the first Saturday in August, 1917. (Announcement fee for each county office is $10; for district office, $15; for city or magisterial office $5. No nnnouncement will be made until fee is paid in advance.) Suit Cases The mai with iwonexj 'liDiM BHP1 For Sheriff J. H. LIVINGSTON. For County Judge M. S. BAUGHMAN. M. F. NORTH. For Representative knows iL H. G. SKILES. Everybody travels. Everybody carries some kind of traveling luggage. Whatever you want, whether hand bag, suit case or trunk, we want to furnish it. Hand Bags, nothing but leather and good ones, too, $5 to $10. Suit Cases, in paper, $1 and $1.50. Imitation leather, $2.50 and $3.50. Cowhide, $5, $7.50, $10 and $12.50. Walrus, $15. Trunks, $3.50 to $10. Steamers, $7.50, $8.50 and $10. YOU WILL BE PROUD TO CARRY ONE OF OUR COWHIDE BAGS OR SUIT CASES IN BLACK OR TAN. The reason why the man with money has a real Thanksgiving is because he STARTED to bank his money a long time ago and is now reaping the harvest of his early thrift: He is thankful that he didn't SQUANDER his money on extravagance or put it into some scheme. He is thankful he BANKED it. Are you thankful that you have banked your money? Put YOUR money in OUR bank. We pay 3 per cent, interest. "Get-Rich-Quick" DEMOCRACY AND PROHIBITION William Jennings Bryan discussed in the New York World the recent election, and gave it as his opinion that the big issue four years hence would be prohibition. He was asked: "In what ways will the result of the election affect the future of the The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky STATEMENf LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY Stanford, Ky., Sept. 12, 1916. RESOURCES: Bills, Expenses and Taxes Paid, J $23,136.87 167.98 3,235.49 In Bank, LIABILITIES: $26,540 34 $25,000.00 1,468.65 1.69 Capital Stock, Trust Funds, Interest, $26,540.34 1 i j i could be supposed that it was willing to make an even trade of dry votes for wet ones. "It is worth noting, also," continued Mr. Bryan, "that the Republican a party, having been defeated on the old issues, will be looking for some new issue upon which to make the next fight, and since the wet vote was not sufficient to give it a victory and several more States will be dry before 1920 it may champion prohibition in the hope of winning back Democratic party?" "In two ways," was Mr. Bryan's quick rejoinder. "In the first place four years more of experience under Democratic reforms will make it impossible to repeal the laws passed. By J.920 the country will have adjusted itself to the laws, so that conservatism will support the laws that are as against a proposed change. "This will leave the Democratic party free to take up new issues such as equal suffrage and prohibition and the election returns make it easy for the Democratic party to take the lead in both of these reforms. It does not owe anything to the political bosses who control the politics of the wet cities, and, besides, a considerable majority of President Wilson's elec toral vote came from dry territory." Mr. Bryan was asked to estimate the Democratic strength in the dry States. He resumed: "Of the twenty-tw- o dry States, seventeen went for Mr. Wilson, two more were very close, while prohi bition has been practically decided upon in four other states which he carried. It happens, also that Mr. Wilson carried nearly all the States in which women vote. If the Democratic party takes the liquor side of the prohibition question, it will risk a loss without certainty of gain, even if it McRoberts & Bailey STANFORD, KENTUCKY by Hilarity son, quickly seconded Coke. Dodge Smoothe, autocrat of fraternity by divine right, awed members to instant silence, and suspense by august gravity of his unaccustomed getting off his throne to put a motion or discipline his subjects. The j if--! TH7-- THE SAGE OF KIDD'S STORE Open season has brought delight to hunters by discovery that quail and rabbits are unusually plentiful; and by the manifest increase of county revenues by license fees. No man remembers a presidential depends on the purity of drugs used election so quiet and business-lik- e as that of 191G. The decorous deand the care employed in compounding meanor of the voters could be justly compared to the church-goer- s at an the prescriptions given you by your docEaster service indeed, at times, solemnity was almost funereal, sobriety tor. Sometimes it is even a matter of especially, from angle of booze, heralds great social and moral uplift which augurs impetus to the crusade for Nation Wide. An auto spin through Stanford to East End, almost to Boyle line north Our stock of drugs is the best and freshest we and over different pikes of West Lincoln disclosed an unprecedented acrecan buy. We use the utmost care in compound-in- g age of small grains of luxuriant promall prescriptions, as your doctor will tell yoa ise, a neatness of farm buildings, fences, clean fence rows, silos and it is a matter or conscience with us. i1 other evidences that the Kentucky granger is awaking to realization that pioneer slipshod tickliiig-with-a-ho- e - LINCOLN PHARMACY, Stanford, Ky. is no longer a sluggard's multum in parvo, and is falling into line with esscientific n pecial revelation andmethods. An are yCTTrv rur. admiration the vertiable boulevards which are 'I a f being fast extended under the faithful, tireless, efficient direction of Captian McKee Riffe and his lieutenant, Jack Carson, who reflect greatest honor 'to sagacity and enterprise of Lincoln's county judge and coordinates of fiscal court. Bumps from Casey's best thoroughfares to those pikes is transport from profanity to prayer that those prodigious agents of Lincoln be ordained and commissioned evangelists to convert and effect consecration of Casey's good fellows to Opposite the Court-Hous- e, like good, much needed work selah Stanford, Kentucky. But if any obscure architect woum Phone No. 168. preen his plumes on addition of his name to galaxy of such immortelles as Cain, Jacob, David, ---i f Joab, Haman, Pontius Pilate, Judas Iscariat and B. Arnold let him have it associated with an auditorium whose execrable acoustics equals the confusing cacophony of Lincoln's Circuit Court room. On the other hand, if there be a philanthropist who would esteem glory of inclusion with nntitvtios of the Samaritan of lone some fame let him hurry to suggest remedy to threatened eternal exne to goat pasture of Lincoln's bench, bar and petit jurors. At regular qudrennial meeting of Groundhog Fraternity, Thursday after first Tuesday follwoing first Monday of November, to formulate policies and forward advice to the electpresident the secreed or tary had hardly finished reading I minutes of Nov. 1912, when Happy Bright moved three cheers for Wil 7A U a. J the dry States of the West. "It is not at all impossible, therefore," was Mr. Bryan's conclusion, "that the two leading parties will, in 1920, enter into active rivalry to obtain the dry vote of the country." Your Health Life and Death official stenographer had not at this j writing, reduced remarks to long hand. The psychic phenomena and anomalies of partisan prejudice and the monumental political asininity of the masses were the disturbing problems as evidenced by his caustic rebukes. "You, T. Jefferson Skiles and g A Jackson Sleet, democrats are guilty of the treason to your party of swearing that had Hughes been president and Wilson could give no better reason for a change you would have voted for Hughes. You. Uriah Heep are a successful farmer, who has educated and set up in business a creditable family, you are a moral, good citizen, church member in good standing, say you never knew such profits for farm products, such prosperity but want a president with more backbone than Wilson to champipn and maintain abroad Americanism American honor. In fact you seem to want war, and virtually denounce Wilson a coward for averting it. You Billy Pecksniff are in the same class with Uriah, agree with him as to properous conditions but contend that Wilson has not kept us out of war and any how Hughes' party and his church are good enough reason for your support. You Jim Bugg and Bartley Brummett are hing about Hughes' supposed dejust as if you knew why you feat stamped under log cabin or would ever know who is president, except a heeler had hunted you up and fixed .r t 13 nlinnni yUU. D1CU1IUII IMC IIlVJCLllIf it. HWJWUUI- - i ed without consideration of the mo-tion till official returns are m when I shall have a few remaks to make 1916 and a few about 1876-188speculations about 1920, Armageddon, Christian Soldiers and possibly a millennium." life-lonbelly-ac.- I I car of another make. More than 900,000 now in use everywhere. This could not be if the Ford car had not, and was not proving its superioritv every day, in all parts 'of the world. The sturdy, lightweight, economical Ford car, useful to everybody, saving money for everybody at a price within the reach of everybody. Runabout $345; Touring Car $360; Tow nCar $595, f. o. b. Detroit. A Ford on the road for every H. C. ANDERSON . . El Cl.. 1 Jiuicie, repairs, T ires, Accessories Ford Agent for Lincoln County Phone 203 tfa y xrw 'wsg1 -- 'g'ijjacaxjT5CTa J T"..n4-!..- . I- - w I H 4, Make Your Crops Bi gger The best way is to put on the right kind of Fertilizer. We have just received a couple s of of the car-loadwell-know- n STEELE ZARING Allen Zaring, proprietor of the Zaring Milling Company, of Richmond, and Miss Addie Steele, of near Nicholasville, were united in marriage at the bride's home last Swift and Armour Brands of Fertilizer MILY AVOID SERIOUS S1CKNE Jp t up-to-da- te isrocenes, new aeeas, rv l j o J And can sell it to you right. &c, &c, T. D. NewlandO& Son, Try Our E. T. PENCE. By Being Constantly Supplied With Thedford's McDuff, Black-Draugh- t. in-fam- Cambria Steel Farm Fence Just Received years," ihis place, "with sick headache, and stomach trouble. Ten years ago a friend told me to try which I did. Thedford's and I found it to be the best family medicine for young and old. I keep ht on hand all the iime now, and when my children feel a 'iltle bad, they ask me for a dose, and it does them more good than any medicine they ever tried. We never have a long spell of sickness in our family, since we commenced Black-Draught, Va. "I suffered for several says Atrs. J. B. Whiitaker, oi Better Buy a Load or Two of Coal Black-Draug- Right Now! The price has already gone up and we do not know how high it is going. The mines are running short time and cannot get cars to ship. We have a reasonable supply on hand, however, but would advise that you lay in your winter's supply as soon as possible. using Black-Draugh- t." Black-Draught vegetable, and has been Found to regu- aie weak stomaens, aid digestion, indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, rc-ie- Thedford's is purely ve symptoms. leadache, sick stomach, and similar W.. H. HIGGINS ed It has been in constant use for more .han 70 years, and has benefited more han a million people. Black-Draug- ht. J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, . KEN TUCKY Your druggist sells and recommends Price only 25c. Get a to-da- Package y. N. c 12a The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, November, 21, 1916 Do You Ever Expect to Open a Bank Account ???? If you do not you will always be poor and Mr. L. T. Rankin, of the Cumberland Grocery Company, has purchased a new Oakland auto. Miss Fannie Gaddis after recovering from a spell of tonsilitis, has gone to her brother, Mr. George Gaddis' near Moreland. Tomatoes of the canning club girls are in demand at $1.50 per dozen, and they will soon bring $1.80. Miss Margaret Lee Grubbs sold two dozen cans to Mr. Albert Martin, of Frankfort last week for $1.50 a doz- last week. .. Page Th ree HERE 'STHEHOG unsuccessful. The First National Bank of Stanford, Ky., would be very much pleased to have your account. It will pay you interest in its Savings Department or will suggest to you how you can invest it profitably. The First National Bank STANFORD, KENTUCKY 100 Per Cent Efficiency In Vital Force and Productive Energy That's what you ought to have. If you're below that, you're giving the other fellow the best of it. In the stress and strain of modern life you have to be keyed up to the best that's in you, if you expect to go the route and finish "inside the money." You ought to keep tab on yourself, and when you discover the slightest signs of letting down, you ought to come to nature's relief by taking a good tonic to brace up the vital forces and reauild wasted tissues. Com-Cel-Swill restore the 100 man ought to have. COM-CEL-SA- ar THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS AND SYSTEM BUILDERS efficiency in bodily vigor which every man and wo- Saturday the 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Powell, who were married last week at Mrs. Ed Needham's in Latonia, arrived at the home of the bride, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Steele Thursday night and were entertained by Mrs. Sabrina Powell and Mrs. John Powell and Mr .and Mrs. L. T. Rankin and Mrs. Steele since they came home. The next Teachers' Association will be held in Danville on Saturday December 16th, and Agricultural Education for teachers by Bricker will be discussed by all. Teachers will draw two month's pay in December. Miss Lonnie Lewis and Mr. Davis were married a few weeks ago and are living at the bride's mother, Mrs. Nannie Nightkirk Lewis Stevens'. Miss Mary Vaught for several years connected with the local telephone force was married on Sunday, to Mr. Clyde Carter, of Highland or Hall's Gap. They have rented the Jeorge Engleman farm, lately vacated by John Lynn and family. The culvert on Dick Bell avenue is in a bad fix and should be repaired and some gravel be put on this much used avenue as nothing has been done to it for three years. Mr. Dow Single has railroad section trimmed ud nicely for the in spectors. Mr. Jordan Mayes, of Perryville, who has been teaching the Shelby City school, was too sick to teach the past ten days, and Mrs. E. L. Grubbs has been supplying his place. Miss Fannie Gaddis, who has been sick of tonsilitis the past week at Mrs. Jennie C. Grubb's, has gone to her mother, Mrs. Wm. Gordon, near Mr. Moritz Martin's. Prof. W. R. Champion, of the Greensburg High School, came by Tuesday on his way back from Law-rencebur- en. The pie supper that was to have been given on Friday night, Nov. 19 was postponed on account of chicken pox. About 30 cases are in school. William Phillips and Miss Stella Trisler, of Shelby City, were married BOURBON REMEDY CO., Lexington, Ky. Enclosed find photo of hojr that was cured of cholera with your Bourbon Hoe Cholera Remedy. This hog was almost dead before rising' the medicine, and then was entirely cured, except loss of ears, tail, etc. The hog: is owned by Mr. SkilesEwimr, of Bowling: Green, Ky. He will be glad to give you a testimonial, and we can get several more if you want them. JENKINS-SUBLETT DRUG CO., Bowling Green, Ky Real Estate FOR SALE! No. 56 200 acre farm; 4 room residence, porches, etc; small new barn; also old barn and two log houses on the piace; two splerdid orchards; good springs; well fenced and about 75 acres bottom land; this place faces the road for about a mile and can be easily divided into two or even three small farms. A pike will soon be Duilt through this section. Price $4,000. Terms one third cash and balance in one and two years. Ask Your Druggist for It. THE PENNY DRUG STORE E. R. Coleman, Prop. Stanford, Ky Sold By PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS VACCINATE I am prepared to vaccinate for Anthrax, Black Leg, and all other tock diseases. JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, Phone 204. Stanford, Ky. J. M. REYNOLDS UNDERTAKER, WAYNESBURG. We carry a large and complete stock of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. -- ; Phone: Farmers' line No. - Woodstock line No. Daily Except Sunday Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9:00 p. m. and 1:30 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at Low Charges O. L. MINKS. ProDrietor Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford No. 44 242 2 acre farm; 1 1- mile from one of the best towns in central Kentucky and only two miles from good railroad station; right on pike and in graded school district. All in grass except 42 acres. There is one hundred acres of splendid blue grass sod on this farm and about one hundred acres in timothy meadow and orchard grass. No better watered farm in the State. Fencing good. Has large two story frame residence, tenant house, large barns, etc. This land will grow anything you put on it. there being no better blue grass in tne State. It is an ideal stock farm, magnificent home, splendid community and in the richest part of acre. the county. Price $100 3 down and balance in three years. 1-- -2 g, HARRY JACOBS Dealer In Fine Monumental Work Stanford, Ky. Closed on Saturday contains all the essential ingredients recognized by as most effective in building up the weak spots of the body, and science then they are compounded and blended in a way the ordinary doctor has is on sale at the Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, and quarts of Weddle's Drujr Store, Hustonville. .$1.00 for 3 boxes, makes 3 to satisfy months. LEGALLY GUARANTEED medicine and lasts three yU These stores also have on sale our famous COWBOY LINIMENT for rheumatic pains, neuralgia, lumbago, cuts, burns, bruises, lameness and soreness. 25c and 50c bottles. Try our SCIENCE SOPE, MADE FOR HUMAN SKIN ONLY, 10c a tar 3 for 5c, a pure vegetable oil soap. Will send FREE on request a copy of our great liook, "The Cowboy Herbalist." R COM-CEL-SA- R Dakota Jack-White-Mo- on Remedy Co. T urnersvme LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY King's Mountain Build Up for Winteii Sunday, November 12th, will be CAPT. AM BOURNE dedication day for the Perryville AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. Christian church and everybody is The high dollar at your sale all the invited to be present to help pay off time and at lowest price; sales the indebtedness. A big dinner will cried anywhere. be provided for all visitors. Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense Rev. Williams, of Wilmore, is now pastor of the Methodist church. He PASSENpreaches the fourth Saturday night, STANFORD-DANVILLSunday and Sunday night. GER SERVICE p Craig Horton made a trip to the "Stuffed-uclogged-u- p head," Mrs. Lamont Hankla, of Danville, Blue Grass last week and brought nose, tight chest, sore thi-oa-t 9 are sure was here Saturday to see Mrs. Jesse Lv. (Hotels) Stanford 10 a.m. 3 p.m. nice pair of bronch mares. back a Lv. (Hotels) Danville a.m. 4 p.m. signs of Surber, (Daily except Sundav) Fred Reynolds traded for a team Discovery cold, and Dr. King's New Tuesday. and Mr. Hankla was here is sure relief. A dose of Round-tri- p One fare $1.00 $1.25 of mules from D. Hammer, of near Mrs. Wm. Trosper, Mrs. B. D. Packages delivered at reasonable this combination of antiseptic balsams Wallstown. and Mrs. J. W. Bailey were at Andy Gourley and wife of Highland soothes the irritated membrane, Stanford Saturday to the Federation rates. Rates for other trips on applivisited their mother here Saturday. clears the head, loosens the phlegm, of Women's Clubs and got lots of in- cation at St. Asaph Hotel office or STANFORD SERVICE STATION Mrs. Eliza Murphy is with her you breath easier and realize your spiration for future work. Phone 300 Somerset street Mrs. Fount Dishon, of daughter, The L. & N. repair cars have been Stanford, where she will spend the cold is broken up. Treat a cold per- here several days doing some necessistently; half-wa- y measures leave a sary repairing and remodeling of Mr. winter. W. W. BURGIN family have lingering cough. Take Dr. King's Chas. Harbison's and W. M. Baucom's Joseph Jenkins and depot office. DENTIST moved to the Bowman property. New Discovery until your cold is Mrs. Jesse Carpenter entertained Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays T. D. McBee and family moved to gone. For 47 years the favorite remthe Embroidery Club Thursday afat Crab Orchard South Fork last week. Boone Flint edy for young and old. Mrs. T. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays At your drug- ternoon. Her mother-in-lahas moved to the Carey property. gist, 50c. L. Carpenter, of Hustonville was at Stanford Martin Singleton and family have there. Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding vacatmoved to the Gipson property Misses Elizabeth Stone and Elizaed by T. D. McBee. Junction City beth True and Messrs. Newman Combs and Walter Bradshaw motorThe little son of Prof, and Mrs. Mr. Guy Scott, whose father and ed from Burgin Sunday to spend the John M. Casey, D. V. M. Robonet is ill at this writing. Robert Lee visited relatives in mother live in Illinois, is visiting atternoon with the Misses Keane. the family of his brother, Mr. RayVeterinary Surgeon Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wallin and Casey last week. went oft quietly nere. mond Scott this week. Guy has been daughter spent several days last week Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College The election (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) A majority of the people are rejoic- among relatives in Garrard county in Brodhead. of Wilson this fall and is to go to Cincinnati ing over the Office Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Trosner. and Farris' Stable JVIr. and Mrs. H. S. Tharpe and son Danville, while some are wearing a long sad soon to take a position. Kentucky Mr. G. D. McCollum sold to a Lex- - attended church at Danville Sunday face. We hope to have Peace and Prosperity four more years at least. mgton party a fine horse for $276.50 mgnt. JOHN B. HIGGINS' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Trosper and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Boiling spent BOTANIC SALVE Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer As an external application this salve Sharp e at Atoka. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Carpenter, and subdues inflammation and relieves pain in short for any and all ailson spent Sunday in Moreland. Mrs. Brownie Green, of London, ments, whether afflicting man or Clear out the congestion that has disturbed your is vismnj- - her mother, Mrs. Henry beast, requiriner a direct external an- breathing and weakened your digestion, and plication either to allay inflammation Hankla. all the bodily processes to do their full Miss Hazel Rawlings visited her or soothe pain i .. heal. Cannot be grandfather, Mr. George Preston excelled harml ;s. Sold and made share in cold weathei, and thus build yourself up Friday. by to perfect health. Dr. J. R. Steele and family motor- John B. Higg? is, Stanford, Ky. PERUNA IS INVIGORATION ed to Brumfield, Sunday to spend the Box 25c. that restores the balance to your bodily functions, clears It is day with the family of W. T. Richaway the waste matter in your system. ?"d key3 you up to increas- - y VB ardson. ca cnorc ana Deuer neaiin. ror neany niui a ceniuiy iuuumuuj im . Miss Margaret Routt is the guest have found it a valuable aid m all catarrhal conditions, xneir BOOKKEEPING experience points the way lor you. PERUNA has stood the SM&m of her grandmother at Stanford. Is convenient lor test that proves its value. Tablet form Buslness.Phonography Mrs. Thomas Clem J XJkJ&M ville Friday shopping. went to DanquicK administration, rieasant to wko ana easy io carry TYPEWRITING and with von. Manalin Tablets are the ideal laxative. They correct TELEGRAPHY j? tir&S0k This week's the habit of constipation, arouse the liver and help tue nartss,?m most springlike,weather has been al- WILBUR Sormwor, Commireial Collrr Kt. ColTrllj. R.SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE Kidneys, xour druggist nas tnem. but look out for a hard winter when cold weather does Its lie. aad baa years of experience in mercantile President The Peruna Company, Columbus, Ohio i set in. To have no heating DanKlDK irailnoes, also 40 years educating zulum fires this ' men ana women lor inecees. marisnier now. time of the year is unusual. iUnm WILBCB R. SJOTH.lxlastra, Ky. E Mc-Gra- w w, on Those who made the honor roll bat Born the wife of Troy Dunaway, a nine pound boy. were absent on account of sickness Rev. Masters is holding a series of were: meetings at the Christian church. First Grade. Lillie Lee Martin, Quarterly meeting was held at the Claude Akin. Methodist church Tuesday and WedFifth Grade. Betty May Martin, nesday of last week. V. C. Gilliland was absent from Walter Reichenimch. There will be a box supper here school for a few days on account of sickness. Saturday night, November the 18th. S. B. Marks' new store house is Everybody is cordially invited to nearing completion. come and bring a box. The proceeds Everett Chevolette and family will will go for the benefit of the school. moce into their new dwelling in town Come, everybody is welcome. soon. to H. H. V. C. Gilliland sold a cow Changing Seasons Bring Colds Padgett. sistant teachers there. The dry grass around the Standard Oil Company's lot was burned off Saturday morning to prevent a disastrous fire in the plant. Master Herman Stanley Grubbs is making his first visit alone, this week to Ma Fox in Lincoln county. Mr. William Phillips and Miss Stella Trisler, of Shelby were married Saturday night and the boys gave them a chivarri. Mr. Frank Powell, one of our finest young men and Miss Mary Steele the oldest daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Steele, of Junction City, went to Cincinnati and were married by a Christian minister there Saturday, the 4th. The groom is a mail carrier of Danville and the bride is one of our little city's sweetest and most accomplished young ladies. She graduated in June from K. C. W. Much joy and happiness is wished them in their journey through life. Through the persistent efforts of Rev. Bruce McDonald and the Woman's Club, a nice upright piano was delivered at the Junction City school house Monday, the 6th. It was purchased from Mrs. Metcalf of Warren Wood. to see his old schoolmate, Cemetery Hill, Prof. E. C. Lester. Misses Luella and Phone 164 Ruth Lingle are two of his four as- J. B. PERKINS Rooms 28-2Phone 214 9, DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. KY. pr 1-- DR. R. E. TAYLOR, Graduate of the Cincinnati VeterinVeterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Phone o. Carter & Carter's Stable. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Land all around this farm selling at $110 to $125 per acre. This is .the cheapest farm in the county. ary College. CONTRACTING See B. L. FAGALY for Contracting and Building of any sort Houses, Barns, Etc. Stanford, Kentucky. No. 141 50 acres; 35 acres in cultivation; balance in timber; two houses; barn, chicken house etc.; well watered; good neighborhood; close school and church; Price $1500.00. T. W. PENNINGTON, Myers House Flats DENTIST Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 Stanford, Ky. No. 143 151 acre farm five miles from Stanford; in the best part of the county; one house of five rooms and two porches; the other house is 1 2 story of fjvfl rooms; tcbacco and stock barn, 36x70; cisteln, springs and ponds; about 100 acres in grass; balance in cultivation; orchard of 75 trees; all buildings and fence in good shape; close to good school and church; this farm is located in the best farming section of the county. Price $70.00 per acre, 3 down and balance in 1, 2 ana 3 years. 1-1-- No. 145 84 acres; about four miles from Stanford: two story frame dwelling of six rooms; halls and porches; newly painted and prpered; barn 50x60; cistern and four never failing springs; creek runs full length of one side; all of this place is in grass; right on pike; all buildings and fence good. Price $10,500.00. One third down and balance in one two and three years. I T 4 HUGHES & MARTY j REAL ESTATE Stanford, Kentucky Page Four TvTjTpfrw The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky Tuesday, November, 21, 1916. "Bets-It- " Personal and Social Welsh & Wiseman Co's Thanksgiving Sale Coats, Suits, Dresses Millinery IN ORDER TO REDUCE OUR STOCK AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE BY THANKSGIVING AND TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR BIG CHRISTMAS OPENING, ON FRIDAY, W. R. Willis and little son went to Mt. Sterling on business Sunday. Judge-eleC. W. Dunlap, of McKinney, was in town Monday a short while on business. Mrs. John J. McKinney, of Mt. Sa- iem, was in me city snoppmg tms ct Never Fails for Corns ! It There's Nothing' on Earth. Like For Corns and Calluses. j -- morning. DECEMBER FIRST, WE NOW OFFER HUNDREDS OF SPECIAL VALUES AND MILLINERY DEPARTMENTS. OUR READY-TO-WEAR ::::::: THRU-OU- T Newest Coats For Motor, Street and Dressy Wear! New models in "Printzess" Coats, featuring the most recent approved changes in fashions; exceptionally well tailored models, most of which are lined throughout. Dressy and smart Street Coats of Broadcloths, Wool Velour, Velour du Nord and Seal Plushes. Exceptional values at $15, $16.50, $19.75, $25, $29.50, $35, $45. Stylish Suits Including All Our Finest Suits! You will have choice of our entire stock of fine Suits at a great saving. An individual style for every fancy and figure in Broadcloths, Wool Velours, Costume Velvet and Imported Novelty Cloths trimmed with real fur, and handsomely lined The "Thanksgiving Sale" prices are: $14.50, $17.50, $19.75, $25, $29.50 and $35.00. Mrs. RfiSsif Prntfior nf T.ovinfrtrn is visiting her sister, Mrs. Granville Woodard here for several days. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mullins and little son went to Mt. Vernon for a visit Monday, and while there Mr. 'Mullins will do some hunting. Mrs. Cantrill and son, Theodore, who have been in Louisville for several weeks on a visit to relatives and friends have returned to this city. Mrs. Hattie Shelton, of Kansas CityA Mo., arrived Monday night and is the guest of her sister-in-laMrs. J. C. McClary here. Miss Mary Walden Gooch is the guest of blisses Mildred and Alice Pilling, in Lexington, and is being delightfully entertained by them. Charles H. Hayden, of Louisville, was up today to see his uncle, Mr. Joseph Coffey, who is improving from , a severe illness. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Traylor, who recently sold their farm have taken rooms with Mr. and Mrs. George and will board at the Hunr house. Mrs. J. L. Holtzclaw, Miss Ruth Holtzclaw and Roy Holtzclaw went to Crab Orchard this morning to visit the family of J. H. Manning. Miss Sara Beck has returned from Huntington, W. Va., where she spent several days the guest of relatives and friends. She was accompanied by Mr. George Pheips, of Richmond. Mrs. Albert Phillips, who was taken ill while on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Beaumont, near Nicholas-vill- e and brought home last week, Is not improving very much her friends will be sorry to learn. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ford. Miss Alma May and Miss Elizabeth Dye have rew, De-Bor- "Whenever you Ret corns and calluses, don't experiment lust use -GETS IT" ana nothing else. Easuse iest and simplest thintc 1 know tosec- just a lew drops on in a few Shoes Wear Use "Gets-It- " Thai Fit Tonight de does the rest-- ' The onds "GETS-IT- " old way i3 to bundle up your toes in, harnesses and bandages, uso salves that inako toes raw, cotton rinss that makeyour corns knives and dippers' that tear your heart out and leave the corn in. No wonder thev make you limp and wince. Forpet all these ure. 'GETS-IT,- " the simplest orn remedy in the world, easiest to n?3. nnver fail3 or sticks, painless. Yonr corn loosens, then you off. You. can wear smaller shoes. lilt it "GETS-IT- " 13 sold and recommended by druppists everywhere. 23c a bottle, or sent on receipt of price, by 13. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago. 111. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remed? by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The pop-eye- d, Penny Drug Store. the other night, eating away on tlu neck of a rooster which he had pulled off the roost and whkh was not dead. ENTERTAINS AT ROOK last Thursday afternoon at her hom in the rlubble section at Rook. was indeed a very pleasant one, greatly enjoyed by those present who were: Miss BeCtie West n.ul Miss Frankie Kauffman, of Lancaster, Mrs. E. P. Woods, Mrs. Bettie Bush, Mrs. Annie Engleman, Mrs. James Harris, Mrs. Eliza Harris, Mrs. H. D. Frye, Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartlev. Mrs. R. T. Bruce, Mrs. H. R. Sauflev. Mrs. J. G. Carpenter, Miss Sue Tav-IEngleman and Miss Josephire Carpcnter. A delightful salad coursj was served. n Miss Mary Lee Givens entertaii.e; turned from a motor trip to Somerset and King's Mountain. Miss Farris of Sharpsburg, is visiting the family of Mrs. A. M. Feland. Dan- Fe-lan- d, ville Messenger. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stone, of Washington, D. C, who have been the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stone for a week or so, went to Louisville late last week for a short visit before going on home. Mrs. W. S. Elkin has arrived from Atlanta, Ga., to be at the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Charlotte Warren, who is very low. Her children are all with her, Miss Margaret Warren having come from Columbus, O.. where she teaches. Miss Jennie Duncan, another sister, was over from or Sale of Waists Our present stock of Stylish Waists and Blouses is by far the most beautiful we have ever shown. Many special "Thanksgiving Sale" values in Crepe de Chene, Georgette and Lace Waists, at $2.95, $3.50 and $5.00. ii Children's Coats This "Thanksgiving Sale" offers many special values in Misses' and Children's Coats; made of Wool Velours, Chinchillas and Seal Plushes, at $5, $6, $7.50 and Lancaster Sunday. A Child Gets Cross, Sick And Feverish When Constipated - DURHAM MANUEL. Miss Delia Durham, sweet 16, and Look, Mother! If- Tongue Is Coated Clean Little Liver And Dalton Manuel, 23, will be married Wednesday at Simon Petrey's. Bowels. Heard About Town County Attorney W. S. Bur:h has been confined to his room at the St. Asaph Hotel, for some days, quite ill. Miss Kate Waters, chief operator of the Richmond telephone exchange, spent several days here with her mother, Mrs. Rhoda Waters, while recuperating from a slight injury she received by acidentally falling down stairs. She returned to Richmond on Monday to resume her work though still suffering somewhat. Joe B. Williams, of Rockwood, Tenn., who has been with old friends in the Mt. Salem section, left this morning for his home. He and his brother, J. H. Williams, are doing a big livery business in their town and e have recently bought a farm for which they have been offered $5,300 profit. The 'possum army seems to have attacked Stanford. W. B. McKinney caught the largest one heard of yet by a foot in a steel trap a couple of nights ago, after his hen house had been raided regularly for several consecutive nights. Quite a number of others have been captured or killed within the past week. J. F. Tamme, at the former Hammonds store on the Danville pike, caught one of the varmints "dead to rights" 500-acr- $10.00. Trimmed Millinery Sale of Dresses We have selected from our regular stock about one hundred of this season's most desirable Serge and Silk Dresses of which there is only one of a kind, selling up to $25.00, and offer choice at $14.75. Other special values in Women's and Misses' Serge Dresses at $6.50 to $12.50. If your little one's tongue is coated, it is a sure sign that stomach, liver and bowels need a gentle, thorough cleansing, at once. When your child is cross, peevish, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, cat or act naturally; if breath is bad, stomach sour, system full of cold, throat sore, or is "feverish, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of p, Figs," and in a few hours all the clog-ged-u- At Half Price! To reduce our stock we now offer any Trimmed Hat at one half price whether these hats sold at $5.00 or $25.00. Included are about fifty selected Hats of Velour, Antique Velvet and Hatter's Plush, trimmed with gold laces, silver laces, or fur selling regularly up to $ 8 on sale this week, at choice, $7.00. 1 constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food will gently move out of the bowels, and you have a well,- - playful child again. Sick children needn't be costxed to take this harmless "fruit laxative." Millions of mothers keep it handy they know its action on the stomach, liver and bowels is promnt and sure. They also know a little given today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a it bottle of "Calfornia Syrup of Figs," which contains directions for babies, children of all ages and for grownups plainly on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here. Get the genuine made by "California Fig Syrun V-cau- se 50-ce- Company." 20-Ye- ar 92-- 1 in sums of $2,000 or more. No loai. FARM LOANS Phone or Write WELSH CENT-A-WOR- D WISEM AN CO, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Bee Lick y, fee charged. D. A. THOMAS Lancaster, Ky. I ADS rent for year 1917; possession at als. E. V. Carson, R. D. 5, Stanford, 90-t90-4- p Ky. once. A. T. Nunnelley. f I High Class STATIONERY Impression Use Mr. E. M. Elder says he is glad to FALL and Winter Hats at reduced FOR SALE Registered Poland prices; now the time to buy. Miss El- China boar; 2 years old. Sam Mathe-n- see the cold spell so he can knock a 91-- 2 fat pig in the head. 92-- 1 R. D. 1, Stanford. car of Rex at la May Saunders. COAL Fresh Mr. Amos Cordial was in Stanford i. Fowle's 16 cents spot cash. d ALL hats will be sold at weighing recently on business. LOST A Red heifer, Ella May about 600 pounds; natural muley; reW. R. Brown is out from Louisville A few fresh Jersey off for 10 days. Miss 92-WANTED. 2 Saunders. X cows. W. C. Shanks, Stanford. 91-ward for return to Pope Bros., Phone to look after his corn crop. 92-3- p 439, Danville. Miss Bertha Minks, of Spiro, is FOR RENT. Two front rooms visiting Miss Florida Taylor at this Dayton com- up stairs over the FOR SALE Pair of First National REWARD. I will pay $50 for the place. 91-- 2 puting scales. G. H. Masters. Bank. Possession given at once. 87tf detection and conviction of the paris teaching a singing W. ties stealing the rails out of my fen- school A. Owens Grove. at Gum land; first MONEY to loan on farm STEER lost about 10 days; about ces or any other material of any J. A. Mullins has been "working-fo92-- 2 mortgage; reasonable terms. W. F. 800 pounds; a red one; reward for off my place. W.M.Hewes. 9 4 is. return to J. N. Cash, Turnersville. Steve Sutton near Preachersville. Champ, Lancaster, Ky. 92-- 2 Mr. Elbert Elder has bought a new NOTICE TO heating stove. He says he is ioing to FOR SALE 6 or 8 shares of stock keep warm this Minter. Hustonville. POWELL & DEPP, of Hustonville, of the People's Bank of Ky. 90-4- p TAXPAYERS. have for sale 74 high grade ewes and Write Box 155, Danville, 2 Southdown bucks, which have been I, or my deputies will be at the folSCHOOL TEACHER FOR SALE. 30 shoats that will turned, together since August 20. 8tf lowing places in Lincoln county on Edthe dates named for the purpose of Wards Off Nervous Break Down weigh from 30 to 40 pounds. FURNITURE, Mattings, ward Simpson, R. D. 3, Stanford, Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Drrggets, collecting youi' taxes which are now 91-2- P Curtains, Alburtis, Pa. "I am a teacher in the Please meet us promptly. Bring Ky. Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, due road claims with you. Dates are public schools, and I got into a very neryour vous, condition. I could not FOR RENT House of 6 rooms, Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib- as follows: 42tf. sleep and had no appetite. I was tired recently occupied by Hugh Noe; for ute, Stanford. Hustonville Niv. 25th. My sister asked J. G. WF.ATHRFORD Sheriff of all the time. so, and within a me to try ESTRAY red hog, weighing aLout Vinol. I did week my 200 pounds came to my place about Lincoln County. appetite improved and I could sleep all THE OLD RELIABLE" ten days ago. Owner can get same by night and now I feel well and strong." .:m:i.u: paying for this adv and his keep. P. Rosa M. Keller, Alburtis, Pa. R. M. NEWLAND 902p B. Thompson, Preachersville. We guarantee Vinol, which contains beef and cod liver peptones, iron and Headquarters for Best KT lrfl peptonatea, and glyceromanganese FOR SALE. Young Abrdeen AnFIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE conditions. gus bulls, registered and sired by Stanford, Ky. phosphates for Grand Champion. See them before Phone 168 ad 45. - The Penny Drug, Store, Stanford, Ky. - Office of AT YOUR DRUGGIST. .. . you buy. They are splendid individu- J-one-thir2t 2-- A 1'Af WkPI ( JU? V fcfe2 irffo & The Very Latest Styles It's an old, old saying' that trie people you' write to often judge you by your stationery. And there is a great deal of truth, in the fact that stationery can be so chosen as to reflect the best of judgment and taste. Staonery suitable for one occasion may be entirely out of place for another. Then, toe the styles in stationery change the same as styles in clothing. Tc be sure that your stationery is right for all purposes, always buy it here. r THE run-dow- n tre The Penny Drug Store. E. R. COLEMAN, Proprietor. PHONE NO.,2 STANFORD,, KY. :emedyformen. run-dow- n The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, November, 21, 1916 a r. - -- i Beginning Today We Offer Our Entire Line of TAILOR ED SUITS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES if f Opening of Xmas Goods Friday, Nov. 24th where the have been the guests of her sister, Mrs. George Kiser. T. H. Eads and family have moved Robt. Woods was at Mt. Sterling into the Farris property on Lower Main street. recently. Mrs. J. B. Paxton spent Saturday J. C. Eubanks was in Lancaster in Lancaster with her aiother, Mrs. Tuesday. Miss May Warren has been in Jane Robinson. Mrs. R. H. Bronaugh, returned to Louisville recently. Littleton Warren went to Winches- Crab Orchard Saturday after a visit ter the first of the week to accept a to friends here. Mr. Herbert Cook, wife and son, of position. Miss Annette Wray, of Danviile, Boyle, spent Sunday with Mr. and was the week end guest of Miss Fran- Mrs. E. D. Eads. Mr. James C. Reid, bride and Miss ces Tate. W. P. Strader, of Lexington, was Bessie of Danville, were in the city a over on business a short time last short while Saturday. Miss Eddie T. Carpenter, of week. is the guest of Mrs. E. P. John B. Higgins, has been confined to his bed for some time on account Faulconer at Danville. Mrs. A. G. T. Smith, of near Danof illness. Miss Emily Murphy, of Shelby City, ville has been the guest of her sister, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. George Miss Florence Givens. George A. McRoberts, of CovingF. DeBorde. Col. J. B. Willis, of Crab Orchard ton, was the guest of his brother, H. Springs, has been on the sick list for J. McRoberts last week. Miss Lucinda Lutes has returned several days. Mrs. Fred Garnett and children home from a visit to her brother, have returned home from Winchester, Coleman Lutes at Louisville, where Personal and Social Hus-tonvill- e, he is stationed in the recruiting of- Claude Rice Gaines, of Lancaster, j were the geusts of Mrs. Nellie Ballou fice. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse P. Riffe, of the bunciay. Mrs. J. E. Buck, of Gilbert's Creek, West End, spent Sunday with his son, has been the guest of her mother, McKee Riffe, and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Ford and Mis Eliza- Mrs. Mattie Ne'-iuMiss LaVerne Nevius, of Lancasbeth Dye, of Danville, were here the ter, is the guest of her grandmoher, first of the week a short time. Misses Myra Fisher, of Lexington, Mrs. Mattie Nevius. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Baughman are and Mary Dee Beck, of McKinney, are the guests of Rev. and Mrs. J. W. the guests of Miss Lucinda Lutes. Mrs. Cleveland Rose has returned Hagin a'. Covington. Miss Susan Richie left Tuesday to her home at Lancaster after a visit morning for her home in Rockport, to her mother, Mrs. Belle Perkins. Mrs. J. L. Jones, who has been liv- Ind., after a short visit to Mrs. Loing at Mrs. Mattie Nevius, moved to gan McCall. News has been received here from Danville last week to make her home. Lissa Holtzclaw, came home Cave Springs, Ga., that Miss Mary Miss from Richmond and was the guest of Elizabeth McKinney, was has been Miss Lottie Carson for the week end. ill with diphtheria for some time has Mrs. W. H. Williams returned to recovered and is now teaching. Miss Clara Coopei-- , who is teaching her home at Knoxville last week af- at Berkley, Calif., writes her parents, ter a visit to Mrs. E. J. Lee and famthat she voted for President Wilson ily. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Traylor and Miss and is very proud of the fact thr.t California's electoral vote is given Elizabeth Hunn spent Sunday in Mrs. D. W. him. with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse D Wearen, Mrs. ElizaDunn. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gaines and son, beth Dillion, Mrs. Jennie Wearen and s. Mrs. George H. Farris were in Danville today. Deputy Sheriff W. S. Drye is able to be out again after several days' illness. Mrs. E. T. Pence, tlr., and Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartley were in Danville Hus-tonvil- le Phillips was able to be brought here Thursday. ?.Iiss Mautl Carter, who has been at home for some time on account of an epidemic of diphtheria among th pupils and teachers of the School for the Deaf at Cave Springs, Ga., returned last week to resume her posiSaturday. Mrs. D. W. Mahan and little tion as teacher in that school. daughter, of Danville, were the guests of her mother, Mrs. W. A. Mobley today. OHIO WiSii Mrs. Martha Mobley, who is attending the Normal School at RichFor Tired, Weak, Hervous T7cmcn mond, has been at home with her parUelWontaine, Ohio. wish ovcry ents, Mr. and Mi-s- . T. D. Rr.ney for tired, weak, nervous woman could have several days. Mrs. Jesse Alverson, who has been Vinol, for I never spent any money in at the St. Joseph Hospital at Lexing- my life that did me so much good a ton for five weeks, was able to leave that I spent for Vinol. I was weak, Wednesday for Millersburg for a few iired, worn out and nervous, and Vinol days' stay before returning home made mo strong, well and vigorous after everything elte had failed to help me, here. Georgetown News. Mrs. H. D. Phillips was called to and I can now do my housework with Nicholasville Wedresday on account pleasure.'' Mrs. J. F. Lambobx. We guaranty Viuol for all weak, of the illness of her daughter-in-lanervous, debilitated conMrs . A. B. Phillips, who was taken to her par- ditions. ill while there on a visit ents, Mr. and Mrs. Beaumont. Mrs. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. WOK T w, run-dow- n, ecia! Low Prices -- White Slave Dens Must G 1 on- W&Z yiiuiMigaHg,8ra Ladies Coat Suits $10.00 Suits $6.98 $15.00 Suits $9.98 $20.00 Suits...$ 12.98 omolete line Suits . Ladies Waists worth 50c, 75c and $1.50, now selling at 79c 45c to Ladies Dresses We have a big line of Ladies Dresses that are worth from $5.00 to $18.00, now selling at $3.98 to $9.98 Ladies Skirts A big line of Ladies Skirts at a great in price. j 1 m mmk at 1 $3.98 I 91 WBBmrmarmmmssmmi h hmhh n 33aHaSSgSEiim I Mil 'ill It Represents the TRUTH. It shows methods employed to trap young girls into vicious life and emphasizes the necessity of young people being told the danger ahead. It is a great moral sermon. This picture undoubtedly is the most daring expose of the traffic in girls that has ever been filmed. Indorsed by ministers everywhere. A powerful lesson to mothers and fathers that they may -- wf filll Ladies Coats $5.00 Coats $3.98 $10.00 Coats ..$6.98 $15.00 Coats...$9.98 $20.00 and $27.50 Coats $14.98 ..i..t::es and Childrens re-ducti- on Coats $2.00 Coats $1.48 $3.50 Coats $2.98 $5.00 Coats $3.98 $7.50 and $10.00 Coats $5.98 Save Th i Owe Little or in Silk Waists Big line of China Silk Waists, worth $3.50 and $4.00 now $1.95 "The Little Girl Next Door" See What the Vice Commissions Have Discovered Don't Miss This Photoplay We have just received a large shipment of new Ginghams, in all the popular shades. The latest things in Caps and Scarfs fqr cold days. J'DONT FAIL TO COME TO SEE US; WE'LL SAVE YOU MONEY Presented With Thomas Barker, Tenor Soloist Store Salem & Salem, Stanford, Ky. Indira Hansen r J01 IV &43 UL JL Wa ffnOTAt?i-ff - H H a i 2 Shows at Night, 7:30 and 8:45 ALL SEATS 25 CENTS Children's Patronage Not Desired During This Engagement NO CHILDREN ADMITTED Page Six FOR THIS VISIT ONLY The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky Tuesday, November, 21, 1916. REMARKABLE INTRODUCTORY OFFER FOR THIS VISIT ONLY $5.00 Eye Glasses at $ 1 .00 a Pair The National Optical Company, of Louisville wishes to announce that their Specialist and his assistant will be in Stanford at the St. Asaph Hotel, Wednesday and Thursday, November 29 and 30, 1916 AND EVERY 90 DAYS THEREAFTER OUR OBJECT In making this remarkable offer of $5.00 glasses for $1.00 a pair is simply to introduce our service in your community as well as our CRYSTAL LENSES. Our CRYSTAL LENSES have met with a great success by many people who are now wearing them and are meeting with the same results wherever they are introduced. Our Optical Specialist and his assistant have had years of experience, so you may rely on them absolutely. They will be pleased to examine all those who have eye trouble or wear glasses ABSOLUTELY FREE. We would suggest therefore that you call on them. CRYSTAL LENSES Will Positively Relieve all Pains about the Head and Eyes as well as all other abnormal conditions of the eyes that can be relieved through wearing of properly fitted glasses of quality in most all cases. Our New Invisible Bifocles Will Not Confuse You Don't Forget the Dates && & fALZf&'(Ss ygjfrfc I Jr s W J , You Can See Near and Far with Same Lense n v X 'V. " ' ""i Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 29 and 30, 1916 At the St. Asaph Hotel OFFICE HOURS Our Work is Guaranteed for 5 Years Beware of all persons who call at your home and claim to be representing us, as ve do not havg any representatives, but our Specialist at the Hotel as we advertise. All orders taken delivered by insured parcel post. 8:30 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. If Your Time isJLimited, Come Early and Avoid the Rush Remember That the above offer of $5.00 eye glasses for $1.00 a pair is for this visit only. Special prices on other classes of Optical work. Regular prices will prevail after our first visit to Stanford. NATIONAL Address all Communications to G. W. Haigh, Mgr., 608 Republic BIdg. Louisville, Ky. OPTICAL COMPANY Reception Room Hotel Parlor We would ask you not to let our remarkable offer conflict in your mind with other such offers that have been made at Drug Stores and other places by men who were not responsible, nor established anywhere nor do they claim to be; as to ourselves, we are located and established both. We guarantee our work and glasses both for 5 years in writing and as to the responsibility of our guarantee we will give bankable references to those desiring same. These glasses we are advertising are the kind that usually sell at most optical establishments at $5.00 and in some cases even more. This is the first time to our knowledge that such an offer has been made by responsible people who will stand back of their work and who cannot be branded fakirs as some have. We will make these prices THIS VISIT ONLY" and no more. Call and see us and we will explain how these prices can be made. You are not obliged to buy any glasses and all EXAMINATIONS ABSOLUTELY' FREE. the meeting at the Baptist church. A great deal of hemp rasied in this section has been spread for rottening and it promises to be of a very fine quality. Doran, of Emmett McCormack Louisville, is here for a visit to his uncle, Emmett McCormack. He is a son of Maggie McCormack, who is a daughter of James McCormack, deceased. Mr. Doran has not been here for seven years. One of the largest processions that has been seen here in a long time followed the remains of Mrs. Thomas Back, of New Castle, Ind., to the cemetery Monday afternoon. She was Eugene Pope, wife and baby, of the daughter of Col. and Mrs. John B. deDanville, have been the guests of her Dinwiddie, of Moreland. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rout. ceased was a woman greatly beloved Rev. J. R. Reynolds, of Richmond, by all that knew her and had a large is holding a revival at the Baptist circle of friends and relatives who are left behind to mourn her loss. We church. extend our sympathy to her husband Mrs. Bettie Jones, of Mt. Salem, is and little babe who are left behind to in town on a visit to friends during mourn her taking. Hustonville Mrs. Jake Walls of near Mt. Salem passed away last week after a long illness. G. C. Dunn and wife, of Nashville, Tenn., are the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Dunn. The new oil engine for the flour mill has arrived and will be put into use at once. James H. Yowell was badly injured Saturday evening, while cranking his Ford, out at Mr. Hanson's. The crank flew off knocking him almost across the road. He is badly jarred up and his right hand is hurt so that he has to carry it in a sling. Jake Walls and family wish to thank all who were kind to them in their recent bereavement. Green Frye received a box of nice fresh caught fish Sunday from his brother-in-laErnest Boson, of North Michigan. They weighed three and four pounds each and were ready dressed. Your correspondent was fortunate enough to get a sample of them. Old Smutt, the noted old blood hound of W. H. Lair died of blood poison a few days ago caused by a brass buckle rubbing the skin off her side while on a trial some time ago. W. G. and J. L. Murphy have purchased the general merchandise store of Boone Sanders at Hubble and will take possession Dec. 15th. Mr. R. P. Anderson and wife of Corbin, have been here for several days on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Allen. J. W. Houchins and daughter, of Elixir Springs, have returned to to spend the winter. w, Law-rencebu- Neal's Creek In the presence of a few intimate friends and love ones, Rev. J. B. Saxby on Thursday evening said the words which made J. C. Farmer and Miss Etta Lester, man and wife. The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride on Main street in Somerset. Both of the young people had kept the secret well and the news of the wedding caused much surprise among their many friends. Both are very popular and have the heartiest congratulations and good wishes of all who know them. The bride is the only daughter of R. T. Lester and is one of the finest girls ever reared in this state. She is bright and attractive and will make a splendid life companion for the deserving young man who has won her. Mr. Farmer is a son of Uncle Dink Farmer and is a splendid young man in every sense of the Middleburg rg jSlRfrVjBft met m Discovery for coughs and colds since the dav he opened his own store, w and before that, when ' r Jl. I "l linli.1 MTnAJi he was clerking for his "old boss" he made satisfied customers when he sold Dr.King's New Discovery. It has been the standard preparation for bronchial affections for nearly 50 years. Those who have used it longest are its best friends. It gives grateful relief in stub born coughs and colds. 1 ry it. for removing impurities from the system. Accumulate waste poisons the blood; dizziness, biliousness and pimply, muddy complexion are the distressing effects. A dose of Dr. King's New Life Pills tonight will assure you a free, full bowel movement in the morning. At your druggist, 25c. McKINNEY HONOR ROLL Grade 1. Elizabeth Metcalf, Ray Smith, Stroud Gooch, Jr., Fred J. Gooch, Sam Routenberg, Alice Marie Smith, Cleo Davidson, Clarence Owens. Grade 2. James Piles, Donald McClure, Martha Durham, Ben Dun-la- You will find Dr. King's New Life Pills a gentle yet effective laxative A Clogged System Must Be Cleared There was a general moving took place here a few days since. Rev. K. G. Martin started it by moving to the property he bought of C. T. Luster, Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of on Cemetery street. James Coffman the Stomach and Intestines, then moved to the property left by Yellow Jaundice, ApRev. Martin, Lucien Young then moved to the property left by Coffman, pendicitis and other fatal ailments W. P. Wesley to the house left by result from Stomach Trouble. ThouYoung, W. T. Dye then took possession of his house and farm in north ' sands of Stomach Sufferers oweMiddleburg, commonly known as their complete recovery to Mayr's "Needmore." Wonderful Remedy. Unlike r.ry Republicans are predicting a ter- other for Stomach Ailments. For rible calamity to befall this nation sale by The Penny Drug Store, Stan during Woodrow Wilson's next term. They are not sure whether it will be ford, Ky. a wheelbarrow wreck or a swarm of gnats. They prophesied these things four years ago, but the "war" came Ottenheim on and knocked their predictions into a "cocked hat." But they are coming The farmers are taking advantage-othis time sure they say. the fine autumn weather by S. G. Elliott has taken charge of the store he bought of Mrs. Belle shucking corn. Lawhorn at Yosemite. Miss Bessie Mr. Frank Wientjes and wife were word. Mr. George Farmei and Miss Chloe Lawhorn is assisting him till he gets the guests of the latter's parents, llr. Farmer weco the guests of'Miss Pearl onto his job. Cook at Maywood Sunday. Miss Alice Jones, of Lexington, and Mrs. J. R. Russell Sunday. Mr. Robert Petrey purchased a To.-Mr. elirry Mr. Willie MeGuf-fe- y visited her cousin, Mrs. W. T. Moore young horse from Wm. Anderson and Mr. Russell Thompson, at- on Liberty pike. tended the singing at this place Sun- Rev. J. W. Beagle, who filled his for which he paid a fancy price. day. regular appointment here Sunday a Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jentsch deweek ago will return here in the early lightfully entertained a number of 'part of December and begin a pro their friends Sunday afternoon.. tracted meeting. MOTHERHOOD. Mr. Jonh Bratcher was calling on The election was not exactly a a very dear friend Sunday. landslide, but more of the nature of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Woods were an earthquake. Judging from the ef- - the guests or Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Harlli, -I i feet it had on Republicans hereabout, ris Sunday. s iTtu V besides it disturbed the earth in several places heretofore unshaken by vf v irl a Vx""Ms B any Democrat. The Republicans are tAi charging their defeat to Teddy, but Mn-"v xyy a vfJflklK I in our opinion it was Woodrow that er; brought about their troubles. Mother's unending work and r'C7 Auto-Intoxication, IrSTOMACffiST - I f n f -- 1 -- mi W y. Mother's Troubles mWrSMf. p. I n1 1 -- AhTi Furs in FOR yean, the most successful Trappers and Collectors of Raw can secureyour vicinity been shipping their entire collections to us. You too, the highest m. ket prices for your skins by sending them here as New York is now the WoildV Gi iatest Raw Fur Market. Write today Golden Seal n& fo our Free price list and shipping tags. .. dealer in Ginseng in the United We Ve charge no commission. Write for price list. & G,nff and HP A robust, manly Grade 3. Wallace Hughes, Mary son and a cooing Grider, Madaline McClure, Margaret baby-gi- rl nestling Isabel Gooch, Liston Walls, George in herbosom what Vaught, Allie Smith, Ed Smith, Ed-se- ll more can any wo- Toombs, Ralph Montgomery, Almanly Yfr four-carma Spears, Samantha Estes, Erie Es-te- s, - It is awoman ask? V boon that SV three-carClaude Rawlings, Arlie Gooch, Heaven intended Edith Owens, Sadie Rountenberg, Al- should be granted to every woman. It has just about got so bad in ma Sluder, Jewell McCowan, John this country that the average town Thousands fail of this because they have Grider. man thinks his chance for a long to look after their Grade 4. James Samuel Owens, neglected way. The health ofhealth in a life depends on becoming a horny-hande- d womanly a woman's James Walker, Mack H. Singleton. son of golf. babies is dependent upon her own health. Grade 5. Esca Elliott. The man who carried The prospective mother cannot be too parGrade 6. Hattie Briley, Iva Dun- ticular about her physical condition. If a chip on his shoulder now has a can, Ransom Elliott, Vasca Elliott. daughter, who wears dimples and Grade 8. Eva Gover, Alta Gover. she suffers from local weakness, nervous- a beauty patch on hers. ness or loss of vigor and virility, her chilOur school is progressing fine and Goodness knows, took a woman be weak, puny and sickly. Dr. we will be glad to have "any of our dren willFavorite Prescription is the right long enough to dressiteven before sh" Pierce's patrons to visit us. Arbor Day was remedy for Weakness and disease of the had to lace tight at one place and to observed by us by setting out nine delicate and important organs. It makes lace high at another. trees which if they live we hope to these organs strong, healthy. It makes the have plenty of shade in our school i mother strong and cheerful. It is the Pine-Ta- r Relieves A Cold yard. K. H. Hopkins, Principal, and invention of an eminent and skillful con- Dr. Bell's Mrs. S. A. Montgomery, Assistant. sppcialist. tains all soothing elements of the Prepared from nature's roots and herbs, it contains no alcohol nor narcotics, nor pine forest. It heals the irritated any harmful ingredient. t Medicine dealers membrane, and by its antiseptic prop- TTilocrm vnn represent tho largest and best madeto- - everywhere have it on hand in either ort.iPR InnsPTis clotliinc house in thi connti-- u . tablet or liquid form at all times. If TOt,f promised to be a Hd V. Prtte and Co., Chicago. III. My ex- you want a specialist in women's dis- - easier' and perience in measuring and directing the mak- eases to diagnose your case absolutely severe cold has been broken up. For ing of your clothes, gives me the advantage feeling, tight chest over one who is not a practical tailor. If yon free of charge, write Dr. Pierce, Invalids' that stuffed-u- p will give me your order, I will promise you a Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., or sore throat teke a dose of Dr square deal. You will get the worth of yonr money, either m the cheapest grades or the FREE. Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser; Bell's and prevent higher nrices. Mr FALL and WINTER sent free on receipt of three a hacking cougn dragging line of samples is now ready for your indimes (or stamps) to pay expense of mail- - wearing, spection. Can now and let me show you. ing only. Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, through the winter. At your druggist, Practical Tailor TPI 25c. UUrLiCi I Stanfobd, Ky. 663 Mam Street, Buffalo, N. Y. at at ed Pine-'rar-Honey Wrm&r tSBZ nJE devotion drains and strains her physical strength and leaves (From Dallas Texas News) For our part we would rather give its mark in dimmed eyes and she. votes to women than give them shoes careworn expressions or hats. ages before her time. Our idea of bad business if for Any mother who is weary an engaged girl to accept a solitaire from a suitor. and languid should start taking: ON THE FUNNY BONE scorn No Alcohol, J6-- 4 IMDL5I0M OF NORWEGIAN COD LIVER OIL. as a strengthening food and bracing tonic to add richness to her blood and build up her nerves before it is oo late. Start SCOTT&'S to lay its fame is world-wid- e -- To the Public: J- - tp f rati 8r Bowse. Bloomfield. IT. J. V ' 2 vVhen to-da- y. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey cloth-boun- d, Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, Tinning and Guttering Guranteed. Myers' Pumps and Gray Engine Phone 188 a Bath." In Doubt kTake Pf rV W. K. WARNER Stanford, Ky. i-- K'V . . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, November, 21, 1916. TOBACCO SHOW POSTPONED The Lexington Burley Tobacco Show will be an event of the Christmas holidays. At a meeting of the "Cjsrr -c Eage Seven executive committee it was postponto Decemed from November 23-2- 5 ber 29 and 30. This action was forced on the committee by reason of the absence of a season in which tobacco could be prepai-e- d GRIFFON You will know you have on the Correct Dress if you have a "Griffon" Suit or for exhibition. The 774 cut so smoothly. that mates the shears if theball-btarin- g fall has been remarkable in dryness, and practically no stripping has been possible. The uncertainty of casing weather caused the selection of dates a month later which insure a season. The new dates are Friday and Saturday, and they were fixed after the Lexington Tobacco Board of Trade had held a meeting at which Fi'iday was taken from the calendar of sale days. No sales are held on Saturdays, so the Tobacco Show committee is able to make arrangements for the two days. It is promised that the enforced delay will mean a bigger show at a more auspicious time. Save for the dates, other conditions will remain unchanged, and growers of the entire burley belt will contest for prizes aggregating $1,000. Report of the condition of THE LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY doing business at the town of Stanford, county of Lincoln, State of Kentucky, at the close of business on the 9th day of November, 1916. Loans and Discounts $23,860.24 Due from Banks 2,558.55 Other Assets not included under anv of above heads 167.98 Total cash Undivided Profits, less $26,586.77 $25,000.00 74.37 1,512.40 RESOURCES Overcoat these are the season's newest. Crossett Shoes for men. The Selby Shoe for ladies. "Sally Walker" and Walton Shoes for misses. 7 1 fcite for these Ball-bearin- shears ! ly II For a very trifling cost you can get these Genuine g seven inch Tension Shears. keen-cuttin- They are made from selected cutlery material g edge, and care-iulwith hardened and ground. d, Our Shoe stock is the est in town. No advance in prices. larg- giving a bright, They are highly nickel-platemakes the smooth finish throughout. Shears ran smoothly. Tension keeps them sharp. Handle fits like a glove. Different in construction from ordinary shears. Ball-bearing LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, in ex- - nenses and taxes paid.... Other liabilities not included under any of above heads Come and get something new. All you have to do to get these unusual Shears is to order a pound package of Arbuckles' Coffee, either Whole Bean or Ground, from your grocer. Then cut the signature "Arbuckle Bros." from the wrapper and send us the signature, with only 25 cents! that once you try Arbuckles' you will never be fied "with any other coffee. We make this exceptional offer because we know satis- Total $26,586.77 State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, Set. We, J. B. Paxton and W. M. Bright President, and Secretary-Treasurof the above named Trust Company, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of November, 1916. W. W. Saunders, Notary Public. My Commission expires February er Robinson7 s JERSEY SALE IN SHELBY The thirteenth sale of Island Bred and imported Jersey cattle was held on Saturday at the Bun-OaJersey farm of W. R. Spann, six miles west of Shelbyville. There were three hundred prominent Jersey breeders at the sale, which was reported to be very satisfactory. Nine head were sold at auction, chiefly of Golden Fern and Oxford breeding, few of the animals being purchased by Kentucky breeders, William Ross Proctor, of Barrytown, N. Y., bought seven Golden Fern females at an average price of $1,530. The top semi-annual k three-year-old, Correct Attest: R. L. Hubble, G. W. Carter, J. W. Rochester, Direc- 7th. 1920. NEW TRAP RECORD I Don't delay send now tors. Be sure the signature and money reach us before this offer expires. You will regret it if you don't take advantage of this special premium offer and get a pair of these Tension Shears. You have to buy coffee anyway just ask your grocer for Arbuckles'. You'll be glad you did every Shears. Send time you use these fine smooth-cuttin- g today and by return mail you will receive them. Arbuckle Bros., 71 Water St, New York. HUGHES GETS MINNESOTA test the verdict of Secretary of State Schmahl, annoyncod Saturday that Charles E. Hughes is officially the winner of Minnesota's twelve electoral votes. Statements made by the leaders were that a contest in the State is improbable, unless the Republicans insist on a recount in California. Hughes' plurality was officially announced at the capitol in St. Paul as 396, the smallest plurality a Republican candidate for President ever was given in this State. The totals were Wilson 179,157; Hughes 179,553. Democratic leaders in Minnesota vere inclined to accept wUhout con- Mrs. Ad Topperwein of San Antonio, Tex., who did some fancy shooting in Stanford recently, broke all previous trap shooting records for continous shooting at Montgomery, Ala., last week, by scoring 1,952 out of a possible 2,000 targets, shooting the entire score in five . hours and twenty minutes. This establishes a new world's record for endurance and number of shots fired over the trap in one single day and targets scored. Mrs. Topperwein used but one gun. She broke 975 of her first 1,000 and 977 out of her last. Her longest straight run was 2S0 without a miss. price was for Golden Medal Modesty, a which brought A number of choice individuals were bought by representatives of breeding and dairy farms in Georgia $2,-50- 0. Health and happiness have been es sentials to the well being of the human race since creation. Naturally, health is sought by everyone thousands suffering from blood maladies, are giving thanks to the wonderful results ob tained through S. S. S. rasni siusti and health are bound by a strong band of security when S. S. S. is permitted to assist nature in restoring strength and vigor to the over worked and poisoned blood, with its strengthening vegetable qualities. ....-- , TLis oiter fSoodl only 30 days and other Southern States, and a number of bidders were from the Middle West. Newton Bright, of Eminence; J. A. Lee, Hart Wallace and J. R. Shipman, of Shelbyville, were among the Kentucky buyers. Mr. Spann is planning a winter trip to the Isle of Jersey to purchase one hundred island bred animals. STANFORD 7; LANCASTER 0. The Stanford second football team won a hard fought game from the iHSTSHca ATU.M. USKlk rw '.i i '.""immi . FOR Heaters, Stoves, Ranges Coal Hods, Grate Guards, Shovels and Tongs, Lard Cans, Etc., See Us and Save Money Lancaster youngsters here Wednesday by the score of 7 to 0. The single tally was made by Embry. Several Stanford youngsters showed up very well and bid fair to become stars before long. The game was hard fought from start to finish. played on a bitter cold day and was NICE, CLEAN, FRESH Mj iF'YraSl GEORGE H. FARRIS KSlglj fmJfM goodies use Calumet linking l2ym Powder! My mother uses it iKuZWHI Doughnut!" "Any time you want real a -E From Coast To Coast A lYlJLlijrTL A hD Phone No. 1 53 For Your WwJJjS imliticj iri forni resulis. M. ihcrss.s JNlEZjp Ca'umet is the most economical lo buy fBsjjSin most economical to me. Try it aioiue." ffCcfSxjP Received Highest Awards she's tried all others she's learned her lesson now she fj jj flJKgiji sucks to Calumet. ' Unequalled for making D&K EefijXjiJ tender, wholesome, light bale- - n eoSEja ". onc,'u' leavening aaJ raising Q Remarkable Chain of Home Testimony. And Stanford Adds Its Voice to The Grand Chorus of Local Praise. LjJ Sp'l It'raCeoi Bed Fret StcSlitiui'v-ui.dCa- Next Load Of Coal We have a nice supply of Straight Creek and Den-haBlock Coal on hand and can fill your order promptly m From north to south, from east to west; In every city, every community; a In every state in the Union Rings out the grateful praise for i Doan's Kidney Pills. tj people in y; 40,000 representative every walk of life Publicly testify to quick relief and lasting results. In this grand chorus of local praise Stanford is well represented. n Stanford people Tell of personal experiences. Who can ask for better proof of merit? H. D. Aldridge, blacksmith, E. Main St., Stanford, says: "I had pains through my back and the action of my kidneys was irregular. I didn't sleep well at night and when I heard about Doan's Kidney Pills, I used them. They soon strengthened my kidneys and stopped the pain.'.' Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Aldridge had. Foster-Mil-bur- n Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 93-- 1 5? Well-know- We are going to cater to the best trade in Stanford and Lincoln county and give you a Meat Market like you never saw before in Stanford. : : We have on hand now some of the best Cuts of Fresh Meats; also some Extra Choice Cured Meats, Hams, Bacon, Etc. Call and see", us or Phone No. 271. :::::::: Sanitary Meat Market Geo. T. Wood, Prop., Stanford, Ky. Rubber Footwear m m i j HIGHEST PRICES PAID Remittance Mailed on Day Shipment is Received BALL BAND AND HIPRESS None Better NORTHCOTT & TUDOR Phone No. 153 STANFORD, KY. Cheap and big can BakingPowders do not save you money. Calumet does it's pure and far superior to sour milk and soda. V li No Commission to Pay Write for Price List and Shipping Tags M. Sabel & Sons Incorporated EtUbliiaed 1856 W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky LOUISVILLE, KY. Page Eight GLJsm $3 Die Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, November 21, si m w For Forty Years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Has Been Woman's Most Reliable Medicine Here is More Proof To women who arc 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 vas IG years old got married and at IS years I gave birth to t his and it left me with very poor health. I could not walk across the floor "without lowing to sit down to rest and it was lard for me to keep about and do my work. I went to a doctor and he told Hie I had a displacement and ulcers, and would have to have an operation. This frightened me so mnch 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 enoutrh hi favor of the Pinkham remedies.' 31rs. 11ay3ie Asuacii, Xorth Crandon, Wis. 1 were delivered Friday. George Robinson, of Garrard, purchased from T. W. Jones here last wbek, 30 feeding steers that averaged 800 pounds, at 6 2 cents a pound George Tucker, of Hustonville, sold to T. W. Jones here last Aveek five light feeders, that averaged over 750 pounds, at from 5 to 5 2 cents a 1-1-- E. L. Reinhart sold August Ridder, local shoemaker, a nice cow for $65 last week. J. T. Rigsby, of Preachersville, bought four hogs that averaged 280 pounds, at the Dan Traylor sale last week at $8.G5. J. T. Hackley, on the Danville pike sold to Doc Weaver at the Pulliam place two sows and 12 pigs last week for $32. McCormack & Gann, of Huston-villshipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati last week. They paid from 8 2 to 9 cents a pound for them. Pope Bros., of Danville, sold to J. L. Hutchins, of that city, a herd of 22 steers that averaged 965 pounds, last wee at 6 '1-- 4 cents a pound. Chestnut Bros., of the Marksbury section of Garrard, sold to Lawson & Brown, Lancaster stock buyers, a drove of 30 hogs that averaged 145 pounds at 8 2 cents a pound. They e, -1-- "W " fe tI' u L' ) 5 Hsir Z ' 'J nrg P. A. puts new joy si IM 4 J TOBACCO IS PREPARED FOR SMOKERS UNDERTHE PROCESS DISCOVERED IN MAKING EXPERIMENTS TO into the sport of smoking ! n i nri r a Vttaocfx'j wts. , rMgmmtijjK xteZzft jmizsms&vimsvfjss LIGHTFUL AND TOBACCO vksjl -" -- VS. 'PTH-- W iYi I lmnil!tBiimHi-Mi' - teffinmilmimDnffliiiliKm yy luwwtwatfii a n m h nn b "I 7 - . VTlffiniin Wt II Mill. m om u s wnw hi t m t . j pound. T. ' ville section, sold to T. W. Jones here last week, a bunch of 10 hogs that averaged 225 pounds at 8 4 cents a pound. Charley Oatts, of Danville, sold to M. P. Hamilton, near McKinney, last week half a dozen steers that averaged 700 pounds, at 6 2 cents a pound. George B. Cooper bought of Cal Nevius two meat hogs, one weighing 275 and the other 375 pounds, at 9 cents. He bought of Judge J. P. Bailey four porkers at 8 2 3-1-- J. Chandler, of the Turners- may live to and never FOR feel old enough to EHE AND PIPE SMOKERS. vote, but it's certaiPROCESS PATENTED. JULY 301907 ,' n-sure you'll not know the joy and 'Mi IWiHsrnMSAi TM.N.C.I15.A. Pij!'ir contentment of a DO E5NDTBITE THE TONGUE friendly old jimmy j 3 pipe or a hand rolled 'Ez cigarette unless you get on talking-term- s with Prince Albert tobacco! P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the PRODUCE THE MOST DE WHOUE,-SOM- E YOU CIG- 1'lRiJiRE.YNOLDSTOBACCOCOHPAMY I J n1 goodness and satisfaction it offers. a patented process that removes bite and parch ! You can smoke it long and hard without a comeback! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just " It is made by 165-pou- nd 1-- Testimony from Oklahoma. began to take Lydia E. Pinldiam'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 again befoi-- ni little child was born and it did me a wonderful amount of good at that time. I never fail to recommend Lydia E. Pinldiam's Vegetable Compound to ailing women because it has done so much for me." 3ii-s- . A. L. AIcCsalaxd, 009 Ifcrvc SL, Lawton, Okla. Lawton, Okla. I T. W. Jones, local stock buver, bought up a load of hogs last week. the following being some of his pur chases; from W. T. Tucker, 45 shoats that averaged 125 pounds at 8 cents; from James W. Eads, on the Danville pike, 8 hogs, averaging 165 pounds J. Joe Robinson, News T. To JonesE.sold last week of Garrard at 8 2 cents; from T. hogs,Chandler, averagW. 30 head of of Turnersville, 10 fat feeding cattle, that averajred 985 ing 245 pounds at 8 4 cents. J. N. Menefee, Sr., sold a nice Jer- pounds, at G 2 cents a pound. sey cow last week to Squire J. T. James Dudderar, south of Stanford for $55. Lick pike, TI. Woods, on the Knob bought 20 head of yearJ. W. Peek, at Turnersville, pur- ling steers from various parties "here chased of the Widow Zurbrugg, last last week at from G 2 to 7 cents a week a nice Jersey heifer for $38. pound. ALLEN HEIATT, Asst. Manager E. T. Pence, Sr., sold seven steers J. T. Rigsby, of Preachersville, Walnut Street Warehouse to a Garrard man here last week at sold to P. B. Thompson, of the same Gl-- 2 cents a pound. They averaged section, a bunch of nine yearling about 500 pounds., steers that averaged G20 pounds, at Gottfried Baumann, south of Stan- ( 2 cents a pound. ford, sold to T. W. Jones a veal calf R. 31. Ware bouerht a that weighed 120 poundb, at 7 cents efom'. w .!- - iv t nu a pound. cellor at 5 cents a pound; from Josh Phil B. Thompson, of Preachers-- ' Wilson, of the East End he Jjought ville, sold to Frank Owens, of Wil-.- s' calf for $15; from Mat Martin one liamsburg, a fancy for $22.50 and from George Carpen-walkin- g Iter another for $16. mare this week for $180. George Hail, oa the Crab Orchard W. F. Dishon, of the Somerset pike pike, bought of Ollie Spratt, 10 head sold to T. W. Jones last week, 10 of shoats that averaged 90 pounds, 'plain cattle that averaged 700 pounds at S cents a pound. jat 5 2 cents; from James H. Woods George Mastln, of Lexington, on the Knob Lick pike, Mr. Jones bought here on the court day three steers averaging 750 ket 12 or 15 head of small yearling ' pounds at 5 2 cents, feeders and yearling calves at G 2 j Wm. Marshbanks bought here last ce ' week from Rigsbv and Thompson, of iv . B. pun(2Burton, of Lancaster, pur- - the Preachersville section a couple of chased seven head 01 war mules of steers for $74 40, or G cents a pound, various parties at Danville court! To G. R. Mastin, of Lexington, these day paying from $100 to $150 a 'same East End dealers sold a G00- ,, Iiead for them. Inmiiwl "v-- " ,f cf,.v "" " ,.o.,tc " rnunrl Tn T 1.1 .r f.Y"""' -- " ,,,:- iTi.au hi sum i v. lo nr r. A.iartin L. A. Harmon, of Perryville, they at Turners .'ille, four hogs at 9 cents sold four heifers that averaged 500 a pound, contracting to deliver them pounds, at 3 4 cents a pound. I 120-pound mation and was examined hy a physician who found W 159IH that my trouble was caused by a displacement. My symptoms were bearing down pains, backache, III sV t $v3 III and .sluggWi liver. tried several kind'! 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 usiiiij it and highly recommend it.'' 3frs. 33. ZU. Ok. o on. stir'" w r ?fass. i Ilaynes Park, Poxbury, jhIvIcc Ff you want special write to Tyyilisi S. Pinkliam Meilieiue Co. vimtidov.TivA) Lynn, Mass. Your letter wili b4' opened, rea.1 a.ntl answered by a, ; umuu and held in strict confidence. 1 I I I I From a Grateful Massachusetts Woman. Poxbury, TLass. "I was suffering from inflam- !?W liy&siVAlUI jr zvv V3S& . 'm led 2,250 popnds. He also sold him a calf for $30. Mr. Eubanks has just bought of Ernest Woods, of Paint Lick, 8 steers that averaged 890 pounds, which cost him 6 4 3-- the barn. James H. Wright, on Cutoff pike. sold to A. R. Matheny, south of Stanford last week, a couple of steers, one at 6 4 cents and the other at G 2 cents. To George T. Woods, local butcher, he sold five heifers that averaged about 800 pounds, at 5 cents. J. C. Eubanks, sold three yearling steers, nice ones to Cashier H. C. Baughman, of the First National Bank, at 7 cents a pound. They total75-pou1-1-- The large tobacco and feed barn owned by Minor Hunter in the outskirts of Owenton was consumed by fire. Sixteen hogs, one mule, 9,000 sticks of tobacco, farming implements and a quantity of feedstuff were in cents. answers the universal demand for tobacco without bite, parch or kick-back! Prince Albert i ioU everywhere in loppy red bags, Sc; tidy red tin, 10c; handsome pound and tin humidors and pound that clever crystal-glas- s humidor with top that keeps the tobacco in such half-poun- d sponge-moistener splendid condition. Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder than to walk into the nearest place that sells tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay out a little change, to be sure, but it's the cheer-fulle- st investment you ever made! the nd 1- -2 national joy smoke LBERT well-know- 1 I R. J. Reynold Tobacco Co., Winston-Sale- N. C. Copyright 1916 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. i Farm and Stock 1-- 3-- In Boyle J. L. Hutchins bought oi R. A. Tyler, of Hickman, n T- - Quisenberry 13 stock raiser of Western Kend hogs !Rtucky, paid $200 for a registered at 9 "ents a pound, five Durham bull calf. hogs of Jeff Robard at 8 4 cents, of Walter Sevier, five d hogs at 9 4 cents , of John Harlan 35 POSTED! hogs at 8 cents, of E. F. McGinnis 45 hogs at 8 4 We, the unflersTgnea, prohibit cents aiufsmall lots to make a car hunting of every sort, lishing and load from other parties at 8 to 9 other trespassing upon our property: 4 cents a pound. Mrs. Catherine Ador. J. Frank j 250-poun140-pound 1-- 140-poun- 1-- Smith, S. C Rigsby, Fred Nikula, John Hertzog, W. W. Pitman, Mrs. Arnold Zurbrugg, Mrs. Geo. Logan, J. M. Gooch, David Stephens, R. C Dudderar, Thomas Montgomery, J. L. Beazley and Miss Florence Givens. Frank Thompson--, Miss Mattie H. Hewes, W. G. Gooch, J. H. Thompson, F. L. Thompson, J. K. Helm, S. H. Baughman, Will Cordier, A. T. Traylor, John Ponenhaeren. J. E. Bruce. 140-pou- nd 1-- 1-- 1-- tmsBKm 1-- f lJ " JOHN S. VAN WINKLE, Secretary JESSE W. OVERSTREET, Asst. Manager People's Tobacco Warehouse 1-- . w 700-nou- nd three-year-o- ld . I 1-- I mSSwfM And the First Sale Will Occur On Whs m. , mar-'boug- ht 1-- 1-- I . T,: -- iru,u IX " 3-- ?.L?Urr?illnl Lf..n 'w .i. mii r- a cool $100 for him. Mr. Durocs are very favorably :iu average 01 .iou a neau 101 a nice known all over the south and he has bunch of heifers he bought mostly a constant big demand for them. in thi East End last week to feed on Hocker sold last week S Richard C. X, "his farm in that section. He secured Tlinmncnn TtrrcT nf ProlfllPTS. iu hiumihu.. .:..v,f r,.nrv n unimc 10 x vile, 14 yearling steers that weign Strother Carter and 14 from V." ed from GOO to 700 pounds each, for Sinoonamore. $550. R. E. Burke, on the Danville pike, sold to the same buyers, a steers for $34.40. Of C. H. Robbins, of the East End, they bought five steers that averaged about 500 pounds, at 5 2 cents a pound; From R. E. Burke two others that totalled 1,540 pounds, at 5 2 cents; In Five Minutes! No Dyspepsia, from Nathan Brummett, a steer that weighed 550 pounds, at 5 4 cents; Heartburn Or Any Stomfrom Hubert Manning a ach Misery. , io1t ; . .j. v. itocnesier. 01 i Creek Stock Paul ?f Farm on the Crab Orchard and Lan- U'-o- T o?5 Cter Hike, shipped last week to the w Agricultural College at .Mississippi fnr fi7 sn V" 'r Ul town. thorough-ob.nso" Como. Miss., a a colored man .of the White Duroceraey boai. This chyoung-a- k section, Mi'. Pence sold a cow t was a dand and Wr F-re. j them averaging 200 nounds , J two-year-o- "" We Will Open Our Warehouses to Receive Tobacco November 27th , csianioru, ., bd ld n, P111 ., , Finch's ceived ... .u, r,., - .aj, .....- Monday December 4, 1916 We will continue action sales every day, excepting Sunday and holidays from that date on. You can rest assured that Danville will be the highest market in this section, as we are the closest market to the largest and manufacturing plants in the world. Our accommodations for both man and beast are as good as the best. Loose leaf floor plan is the test and only way of marketing tobacco, to insure the highest dollar to the grower. These GJ re-dryi- ng I Pape's Diapepsin For Indigestion Or Sour, Acid Stomach 1-- 1-- 1-- 600-pou- nd Sour, gassy, upset stomach, indigestion, heartburn, dyspepsia; when the food you eat ferments into gases and stubborn lumps; your head aches and you feel sick and miserable, that is when you realize the magic of Pape's Diapepsin. It mrkes all stomach miserv vanish in five minutes. If yonr stomach is in a continuous revolt if vou can't get it regulated, please, for "your sake, try Pape's It's so needless to have a stomach make your next meal a bad favorite food meal, then take a little Diapepsin. There will not be any distress eat without fear. It's because Pape's Diapepsin "really does" regustomachs that late weak, gives it its millions of sales annually. case of Pape's Get a large fifty-ceDiapepsin from any drug store. It is the quickest, surest stomach relief and cure known. It acts almost like magic it is a scientific, harmless and pleasant stomach preparation which 92-- 1 truly belongs in every home. Dia-pepsm. out-of-ord- steer at er nt cents and another steers weighing 4,030 pounds at 5 cents; from Perk Hamilton three 4 steers weighing 2,670 pounds, 5 4 I cents a pound. 1-- Simon Weil, of Lexington and R. H. Lillard, of Lawrenceburg, bought about 75 head of slopp;ng cattle here court day to put on slop at the Ce- darbrook distillery in Anderson county. Among their purchases were; from J. H. Wright one steer weighcents a ing 875 pounds at 6 2 pound; from C. R. Martin nine steers weighing 800 pounds at 6 4 cents a pound; from T. W. Jones 19 steers weighing 11,185 pounds at 5 4 cents a pound; from the same dealer 6 other steers weighing 5,180 pounds at 5 4 cents a pound; from W. T. Tucker, 8 sheers weighing pounds at 5 4 cents; from J. B. Honaker four steers weighing 3,430 pounds at 5 4 cents a pound; from Leo Hayden a herd of 20 steers weighing 17,360 pounds at 5 4 1-1-- 5 1-- 2 cents a pound. 3-- 3-- 6,-8- 00 facts have been demonstrated in Virginia, North and South Carolina, where they have Drive your wagon to the Danbeen selling tobacco on this plan for the past fifty years. ville market. You will always find someone to attend to your wants, and welcome you. During the sale we will do our very best to get you the highest market price for your tobacco. All the large factory buyers will be on hand on the first day of sale. We have experienced men in all departments to look after your interests, including two of finest auctioneers in this or any other state. The warehouses do not buy tobacco except on sale at auction. We do a strictly commission business. Free stables and no rejection fee. Appreciating your past patronage, we hope you will see your way clear to bring us your tobacco, guaranteeing you the highest market prices, absolutely accurate weights and an all arpund square deal. You are cordially invited to attend our opening sale, December 4th. 3-- 3-- 3-- bunch of five 3-- PEOPLES' TOBACCO Danville, Kentucky Incorporated WAREHOUSE CO. I, M. DUNN, President