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Suc- The Interior Journal '4: Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Frjday, December 1, 1916. Tuesdays and Fridays Operation On Skull A great shock was given his host of friends all over the county when news was received here Thanksgiving day that Mr. W. D. Hanson had died at his handsome home "The Virginians," this side of Milledgeville, of pneumonia. Few here know that the popular and highly respected gentleman was ill. It seems that he was taken down with pneumonia about eight days ago, and his decline was rapid until the end came. Mr. Hanson was 69 years of age, and a native of Virginia. He came to Lincoln county about 13 years ago, and bought a handsome farm in the West End where he had made his home since. His wife preceded him to the Great Beyond a few years ago. Eleven children survive, all of whom were with their father when the end came. They are Messrs. Carl, Stuart, James Hanson, and Misses Kate, Mary, Pearl and Euby, all whom live in the West End of the county, and Mrs. R. F. Steele, of Coeburn, Va., Mrs. M. D. Clay and Mrs. Buckles, of Virginia. Mr. Hanson had been a faithful Christian nearly all of his life, and Avas a splendid gentleman, esteemed and respected by everyone who knew him. Funeral services were conducted this afternoon at two o'clock from his late home, conducted by Rev. Charles Fisher, of Millersburg and Rev Hockerberry, of the Methodist church. -- Jesse D. Wearen, the words were said that made Miss Alpha LaVerne Nevius, of Lancaster, and Ack Hill Harned, of near Lebanon Junction, one. Rev. D. M. Walker, pastor of the Christian church officiated. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. Joseph Nevius, of Lancaser, and a granddaughter of Mrs. Martha Nevius of this city. She is a very charming and accomplished young girl and has a host of friends that she has won by her lovely disposition. Mr. Harned is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Harned, of Lebanon Junction, and is a very prominent and progressive farmer. Mrs. Harned wore a beautiful blue traveling suit with hat to match. Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple left for their home near Lebanon Junction, where they wil go to housekeeping with the best wishes of their many friends for a union of much happiness and joy. Mr. F. A Bryant, of Lebanon Junction, who is a close friend of Mr. Harned accompanied him to this city to see the knot well tied. NEVIUS HARNED On last Wednesday evening at 5:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Colored Women's Club Holding Con- State Federation Here Unknown Man Is Killed Here, There, Everywhere Mangled vention With Large Attendance FORMER GARRARDITE HURT IN OKLAHOMA News has reached relatives and friends in Garrard of a very serious automobile accident of Mrs. Jenny Woodruff Williams and his mother, Mrs. W. I. Williams, of Tulsa, Okla., all of whom are formerly of Lancas- ter. The car was being driven by voung Williams and in some manner plunged over a twenty foot embank- - Stanford is entertaining this week the 12th annual convention of the State Federation of Women's Clubs, colored. Sessions will be held here today and tomorrow, and already delegates from all over the state are present, and a very pretentious and interesting program has been prepared. The federation's motto is "Looking upward not downward; outward, not inward; forward not backward." The officers aie: Honorary Presidents Miss G. A. Mrs. L. B. Fouse, Mrs. M. Nugent E. Steward, Mrs E. Belle Jackson, Mrs. Ellen Taylor. President Miss Martha E. Wil liams, of Frankfort. First Vice President Mrs. Leana Snowden, of Lexington. Second Vice President Mrs. C. D. C. Mebane, of Paris. Recording Secretary Mrs. Lillis Sinkler Brent, of Hopkinsville. Assistant Secretary Miss Minnie G. Bennett, of Richmond. Corresponding Secretary Miss Alice E. Nugent, of Louisville. MISS RANEY ENTERTAINS Mrs. D. M. Smith, of On last Tuesday morning Miss . Treasurer Covington. Kate Davis Raney entertained at Chairman Executive Board Mrs. Rook at the beautiful home of Mrs. William H. Shanks on Logan avenue. M. V. Parrish, of Louisville. Organizer Mrs. State Anna The morning was indeed a veiy pleasspent with this charming Banks, Winchester. ant one Editress Mrs. Bessie Ballard, of lovely hostess and Mrs. Shanks. A Lexington. delightful salad course was served. Business Manager Mrs. E. L. Those present were Mrs. James H. Taylor, of Lexington. Wright, Mrs. Harry Hill, Mrs. T. J. A delegation of the officers of the Hill, Jr., Mrs. A. C. Hill, Mrs. J B. Perkins, Mrs. J. L. McKee Riffe, Mrs. Woman's Club of Stanford, attended C. Hays Foster, Miss Lyle Cooper, the sessions of their colored sisters Miss Lottie Carson, Miss Mary Bur-det- this afternoon, and was given a cordial reception. and Miss Maggie Stagg. te ment, turning over and catching the occupants beneath it. Mrs. West sus- tained a broken arm, while Mrs. Williams had a fractured rib and possibly other injuries. In making a rushing trip to the hospital, where his mother and Mrs. West could receive prompt medical attention, the machine ran over a man, breaking his leg. MEDAL CONTEST IN WEST END A Matrons' Medal contest will be kheld by the W. C. T. U. of Hustonville Eat th.? Christian church on Saturday Dec. 9th at 7:30 o'clock. All c '" lar- - I ited to attend. A delightful I PHILLIPS Quite a surprise was received here Thanksgiving evening when it became known that Miss Annie E. Phillips, of this city, and Mr. Thomas J. Derr, of East St. Louis, 111., who has been here visiting his sister, Mrs. M. M. Sweeney, had driven to the home of Rev. J. G. Livingston, near Crab Orchard and been united in the holy bonds of matrimony. Mr. and Mrs. Derr will make their home ir this city, where they will have the best wishes of their many friends and relatives for .i long ard happy union DERR WALTON BUYS OUT WILLIS. E. C. Walton this week bought out the grocery store and meat market of W. R. Willis, and took charge a once. Mr. Walton's new place is next to the First National Bank, a splendid location. He is already installing a stock, and will new and carry a full line of all the market Read his first announcement to his friends in another column. Mr Willis will probably leave Stanford, but it is understood that his plans have not yet been fully settled. up-to-da- CONTEST AT McKINNEY U Contest will be 1 held at McKinney, Tu?sdav dViMiing, Dec. 5:h at 7:30 o'clock at the Christian church. A very attractive program has been prepared, as follows : Invocation Mrs. J. K. Baughman. "Where Pat Took His Stand" Mrs. R. S. Scudder. A '.V. C. Quartette "The Court of Last Resort" W. N. McClurc. Chorus "Prohibition C. T. U. Choir. Mrs. W. Mc- Victory" Mrs. John "In the Shadows'' Kinney. Vocal Solo "Was That Somebody You." Miss Cora Wilder. The Relation of the Church to the Saloon Mrs. Sarah Dayton. ;r, Young Campaigners for Prohibi- a good cause. IThe program will be published next Iweek. len.Uinment is to help pi y:m has been prepared, and the te af-oor- Heard About Town W. M. Duncan is assisting at the i'irst National Bank. Mr. Duncan is in expert bookkeeper and a fine pen- mn. Mr. J. C. Hays 7ias just opened up ft, nice little grocery store on the leading to the depot at Crab Orchard ,and is already doing a nice I msiness among his friends. tion Chorus "Hark the Cry." "Do W.e Need the Revenue?" SMrs. Edgar ReynoMs. Address Rev. D. M. Walker. Presentation of Medals. Benediction. Admission of 15 cents will be charged to all over 12 years old. LEFT aged 79, Sister Sarah Pennebaker, died at Shakertown, Mercer county, Thursday afternoon after a two weeks' illness from paralysis. Sister Sarah was the sister of Dr. William Pennebaker and was well known and by many throughout the honored county. Her passing leaves but three Elias Kidd, of Casey, who recent- - in the surviving group of what was farm on r bought the Dan Traylor was here once a properous and famous comun-itDudderar's Mill pike, he Danville Advocate. his week. He has rented the place, vhich contains about 80 acres to J. PIE SUPPER AND CANDY SALE V. Padgett, of the Kidd's Store sec- The Julia Allen Circle of the Hubion, for the next year at $750 a ble Christian church will have a pie I ear. supper and candy sale at the Hubble John Cohen, formerly manager of schoolhouse at 7 P. M., Friday evenle Annex at uaniim, nas uuujjhl ing, Dec. 8th. Everybody cordially interest in the Newtonian at Som- - invited to come and help a good 95-Irset. John is one of the best hotel cause. in this territory and the managers HURT IN AUTO ACCIDENT oys will receive the glad hand and News comes from Danville that ie best of treatment from him at his Tom Durham, a well known business pv place. Lexington Leader. man of that city was badly hurt when The revival at the Jenkins M. E. his " big Studebaker 6 turned over lurch, conducted by the pastor, the while en route to Lexington Thurslev. W. Li. nan, assuea oy rjvange- - day. Miss Marguerite Fox, of Dant Andrew Johnson, of Wilmore, is ville, who was one of the passengers Jtracting much attention. The Rev. with him, was also badly bruised. Ir. Jonnson, a iorraer resiuem, oi Iickson county, and school teacher of Stop the First Cold rry county, is teaching the moun- A cold does not get well of itself. in people more effectively than any The process of wearing out a cold her preacher could. Nicholasville wears you out, and your cough becomes serious if neglected. Hacking 2WS. coughs drain the energy and sap the vitality. For 47 years the happy Forget Your Aches. cpmbination of soothing antiseptic Stiff knees, aching limbs, lame balsams in Dr. King's New DiscovIck make life a burden. If you ery has healed coughs and relieved Iffer from rheumatism, gout, lum- - congestion. Young and old can teserof: a bottlf Cff tify to the effectiveness of Dr. King's rr nanralnria New Discovery for coughs and colds. . fr . .i kmn's Liniment, tne universali rem- - Buy a bottle today at vm TVncrcrigt, for pain. Easy to apply; it pen- - 50c. ites without rtfbbing and sqothes Central University of Danville, tender flesh. Cleaner and more won the football championship of the jctive than mussy ointments or lltices. For strains or sprains, state at Georgetown Thursday when muscles or wrenched ligaments it defeated Georgetown 14 to 7. Sam lulting from strenuous exercise, J. Embry, Jr., of Stanford, played lan's Liniment gives quick relief. left end throughout the entire game sp it on hand for emergencies. At and did fine work. Etr Druggists, 25c. ONLY THREE SHAKERS y. 2. Don't Neglect Your Cold. Neglected colds get worse, instead of better. A stuffed head, a tight chest must be relieved at once. Dr. Honey and glycerine heal the irritated membrane, antiseptic tar loosens the phlegm, you breathe easier and your cold is broken up. Pleasant to take, Dr. Bell's is an ideal remedy for children as well" as grown-upAt your Druggist, 25c. Pine-Tar-Honey Bell's remedy. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey is Nature's s. HOGUE WATSON Miss Pearl Hogue, 22, and George Watson, 25, both of the East End of this county, were married here Wednesday at noon in their buggy on Main street in the front of the home of Mrs. Jennie Wearen, by Rev. J. G. Livingston. It's Foolish To Suffer When So Many Stanford People Are Pointing The Way Out. .. You may be brave enough to stand backache or headache or dizziness. But, if, in addition urination is dis ordered, look out! If you don't try to fix your sick kidneys, you may fall into the -- clutches of dangerous disease before you know it. But, if you live more carefully and help your kidneys with Doan's Kidney Pills, you can stop the pains you have and avoid future danger as well. Don't experiment use the remedy Stanford people are publicly endorsing. Read this case: John H. Wren, E Main St., Stanford, says: "I know from experience that Doan's Kidney Pills are all that is claimed for them. Off and on for several years I had severe attacks of lame back. Often I did work that required stooping and at such times the backache became much worse. I also had a too frequent desire to void the kidney secretions both day and night. Doan's Kidney Pills relieved me and have never failed to benefit me since then when I have taken them." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Wrenn had. Foster-Milbur- n Co.,, 95-- 1 Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Body Found Under South Wearen Kennedy has announced Performed On Waynesburg Man Fork Tjrestle of Q. & C. as candidate for mayor of Richmond. Hoping To Save His Life Mrs. Vera Dillion, of London, is An unknown man, who was Mitchell Dotson, the Waynesburg confined to her bed with a fractured his way" on the Cin limb. young man whose skull was fracturcinnati Southern railroad, fell or was The official count shows Wilson's ed in Macksville last Saturday night, thrown off a freight train at South exact majority in Kentucky to be was taken from his home in the Fork trestle some itme pnrlv Tnocrlnir 27,253. southern part of the county to the morning. HisTbody was found under Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dyche celebrat- Danville hospital early this week for the trestle luesday morning, with ed their 50th wedding anniverasry at an operation. Physicians said that both legs broken above the knees. London Sunday. this was the only means of saving his face badly mashed and the body Friends in Washington are urging his life. News from Danville this otherwise bruised. Death had evident- Senator James for the past of Presi- morning is to the effect that he seem? ly been instantaneous. to be holding his own. Dotson hat1 dent Pro Tern of the Senate. Judge Bailey and Acting County Wm. Lovelace, 76 was found dead not recovered consciousness, and the Attorney T. J. Hill, Jr., went to the in bed at London, Tuesday. He was doctors believed that the operation scene and held an inquest Tuesday. a prominent resident of Laurel coun- would be the means of saving his life. There was not a thing about the per- ty. So far nothing has been heard of son of the man by which he could be "Big Foot" John Engleman, who is The official count in California, identified. He was about 45 years of finally completed and certified shows suspected and accused of the crime. age, of a dark complexion, clean Wilson's majority 3,773 in the Gold- Engleman left town hurriedly when a shaven, and had a cake of soap, a en Gate state. report became circulated that Dotson plug of tobacco, a piece of flint rock A. G. Eastland, well known in- was dead. Chief of Police Carter has in his pockets. In another pocket surance agent of Louisville, is here been doing some effective work on was a piece of a flour sack, evidently this week. Mrs. Eastland is in Boyle the case and believes he has "Big used as a handkerchief, and this o visiting relatives. Foot" about located. fered the only clew to identification, Former Commisioner of Public slight as it was, however. It was Roads Bob Terrell, of Kentucky, is BRUMMETT GOES TO MERCER torn from a sack of flour evidently now professor of enginnering in the Wallace Walter, proprietor of the made at Dayton, Tenn., as it had a University of Oklahoma. Princess, has accepted the position brand upon it to that effect. The Bede Conner, of Elliston, Madison as local agent for the National Life body was buried at the expense of 'ounty, had his right hand so badly and Accident Insurance Company. the county, as there was nothing by mangled in a corn shredder, it had to D. T. Brummett, who has had this powhich it could be identified. me amputated this week. sition in this city for sori3 time goes Kansas City, Mo., has quarantin- to Harrodsburir to tyke charge of th; SCOTT BRENT ed its stockyards as indications of work there. The company is very Miss Ina Scott, of Gararrd county, foot and mouth disease have been fortunate in getting suih a man as and R. E. Brent of this county, were found among cattle coming from Mr. Walter to take chrrge of their married at the Methodist parsonage work here. The friends of Mr. Brumin Lancaster Friday by Rev. Palmeter. Henry A. Combs, 25, of Clay coun- mett and family regret .reatly to see Miss Scott is the younger daughter ty, stepped on a rusty nail while at them leace, but are gird he has re of Mr. Ebb Scott and is a very at- word on a bridge in Hamilton Ohio, ceived such a deserv d promotion tractive young lady of charming man- and died from blood poisoning early from his company. ner. Mr. Brent is a son of Mr. and in the week. Mrs. T. A. Brent of of this county, Tom Broaddus, formerly of MadiSOME PIE SUPPER and a prominent young farmer. Mr. son county was elected county clerk One of the most successful pie supand Mrs. Brent will make their home in Osage county, Oklahoma in the repers heard of anywhere was held at in this county, where they will have cent election by 741 majority over all the Goshen schoolhouse Thursday the best wishes of their many friends opposition. night. A total of 28 pies were for much joy and happiness. Danville voted $40,000 for a mod- realizing the handsome sum of $56.8 ern high school building at a special The race for the honor of being de ENTERTAINED AT ROOK bond election Saturday by a vote of clared the most popular young lady; Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Frye, of Hub954 to 41. Women voted in large was won by Miss Alva Holtzclaw ble, entertained at Rook in the election, 416, having over Miss Jessie Nave by the close Monday evening in honor of Miss My-r- a numbers voted. vote of 2,175 to 2,058. The box of Fisher of Lexington. Those presHenry Allen, was given two life candy which she was awarded brought ent were : Miss Mary Lee Givens, Mr. sentences for murder in the Laurel $42.32. Wray Powell, of Stanford, George Givens, Miss Levisa Harris, circuit court last week. The London acted as auctioneer, and proved a Mr. Sam Harris, Jr., Miss Lottie Car- LEcho did not say which sentence he great success in every way, keeping son, Mr. J. E. Jordan, Miss Myra will serve first, but probably it won't things moving all the time. The money Fisher, Mr. Ott Jones, Miss Lucinda really make much difference to him. raised goes to the benefit of the; Lutes and Mr. Coe Moser. A delightThomas Dunaway, 13, and a boy school, and the teacher, Mrs. Dollie ful salad course and coffee were companion found some dynamite caps McBee wishes everyone to know that served. in Carroll county and while playing the good work is greatly appreciated. FINE MULE SHOT AND KILLED with them, one exploded and a ragDuna-way- 's LAND SOLD LOW. M. F. Lawrence, on the Preachers-vill- e ged sliver penetrated young right eye, destroying the sight. At the Matthewssale in Jessamine, pike, had a valuable yearling After a 14 years' separation, Rev. G. W. Lyne and Curry Robinson were maie mule killed by some reckless George Varden, aged 80 and his wife, the auctioneers and the bidding on hunter last week. He found the animal shot, apparently with a rifle or Mrs. Emily Greene Varden, had their the land was so low that most f it pistol ball about 10 inches behind the divorce decree annulled in the Fay- was bought by members of the famiforeleg on the right side. Mr. Law- ette circuit court last week and are ly. The land was divided into four rence valued the beast at about $125 now reunited. He is assistant pastor tracts and sold as follows 19? acres to Rev. Joe Matthews it $104 per and would give something substantial of the Baptist church at Paris. While out hunting in the moun- acre; 130 acres to Dr. W. H Matto learn who shot her. tains of Wise county, Va., Alex Stid-ha- thews at $95 per acre; 30 a.ies to a farmer, accidentally shot him- Mrs. James Shanklin at So ) per acre; THE MARKETS Hogs Receipts self with a shotgun. Stidham was 45 acres to J. T. Moreland at $75 per Cincinnati crossing a fence when the weapon acre. Six head of mules co'd for ?S0 slow; packers and butchers was discharged the whole charge tak- to $250 head: tight horses from $75 common to choice $7.25(5) his loft leg, tearing it ing effect to $176 her. J, 30 hogs at $10 per 9.20; pigs and lights $6.259.00. to shreds. in hundred; "dx cows from $5 J to $70 Cattle Receipts 500; steady; steers Pearl Johnson, who was shot and $5.50 8.75. Calves stiong. Sheep killed Clyde Dunaway, at Middles- - head; cn.ci yearling heiferr $50 Receipts 200; strong; lambs steady. boro about three weeks ago, was tried head; three veanling calved, $16 a Chicago wheat closed at $1.68 in the Bell Circuit Court this weekj'ad; two food sows,$S5 each: twe on a charge of willful murder and .si.ws, $21 j ih; 39 sheep $10 hvail: ELECT COMMITTEE SATURDAY the jury returned a verdict of guilty hemp seed $5 a bushel; corn $4.25 a The Democratic county committee and fixed her punishment at life im- barrel; sixteen shares of Wilmore Dewill be reorganized Saturday after- prisonment in the state penitentiary. posit Bank stock $176 a share. Hugh noon, December 2, with meetings at A wild rush for territory in the Scott and Will Matthews, clerks. voting place of each precinct at eastern section of Estill county which Jessamine News. the .' 2 o'clock. Considerable interest is bealso extends over into Wolfe and Lee ing manifested in this county over the counties, has followed the report of a News of tha Churches election, as the contest is taking on good well on the White land at Standevery aspect of a Wet and Dry fight ing Rock, where Wolfe, Powell and The revival at the Baptist church for control of the party organization. Lee counties corner. The pay was at Danville closed Sunday night, there Dr. A. Kratz, representing the Na reached at 1,300 feet and the oil now having been 30 additions. tional Optical Company, was in Stan- stands 700 feet in the well. Rev. Welburn will not preach at ford Wednesday and Thursday fitC. E. Powell, proprietor of the Logan's Creek Sunday afternoon, beting glasses for those who needed Parksville mills and Prof. Jordan cause of quarterly conference. them. He gave great satifaction in Mayes, of the Shelby City school, Rev. H. C. Garrison, former pastor every way and his firm is one in had a narrow escape from death when of the Christian church at Danville, which its patrons have entire confi- a runaway team, hitched to a wagon, has accepted a call to the Christian dence and rightly so. ran into an auto in which they were church at Fort Worth, Texas. He driving turning them over. Remark- will go at once to take charge. Opportunity ably and almost miraculously, neither Presbyterian church, Sunday, DeA Rare was hurt but the machine was badly cember 3 Sunday school 9:55 a. m. Nice six room residence, halls, damaged. Morning Service at 11 What the porches, etc. Good barn. All practiA shell hit Villa's auto in his at- World Needs Most. C. E. Meeting at cally new. 24 acres of splendid land. tack on Chihuahua City early in the 6:30. Union service at the Baptist Right at edge of city limits. Electric week and the bandit leader escaped church. lights, city water, etc. Close to grad- on horseback. We'll bet he wasn't Rev. C. Hj Greer, presiding elder, ed school. About 200 yards of side- riding in a flivver. Nothing like that will hold quarterly meeting at the walk. A nice farm practically in town would ever have stopped one of the Methodist church Sunday. Preaching and free from city taxes. You seldom popular makes of cars that Henry at 10:45 and administering the comhave a chance for a place like this. Anderson is selling car loads of munion. At three o'clock he will hold On the market for short time only. them here. The Mexican desperado quarterly conference. Epworth leahad better talk a little business with gue at 6:30 followed by a sermon by If you are interested, act quick. Hughes & McCarty, Stanford, Ky. 1 Mr. Anderson before he goes into the Rev. Greer. danger zone on a joy ride next time. law was The Adamson eight-hoSufferer From Indigestion Relieved Clear Bad Skin From Within. declared unconstitutional by United Before taking Chamberlain's Tab-- Pimply, muddy complexions are lets my States Judge W. C. Hook in Kansas husband suffered for several City. Agreement has been made up- due to impurities in the blood. Clear years from indigestion, causing him New on a centralized hearing before the up the skin by taking Dr. King's qual- to have pains in the stomach and disLife Pills. Their mild laxative Supreme Court in order that a fi- ities remove the poisons from th& tress after eating. Chamberlain's Tabnal decision may be given before system and brighten the eye. A full, lets relieved him of these spells righj. bowel movement in January 1, when the law, whose en- free, away," writes Mrs. Thomas Casey, actment by Congress averted a gen- the morning is the reward of a dose eral railroad strike, becomesA effec- of Dr. King's New Life Pills the Geneva, N. Y. Obtainable night before. At your Druggist, 25c. tive. . -Ne-brak- a. m, S,-40- 0; $9.-509.9- 0; 1-- 4. I ur non-gripi- ng H. -' THe Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, December 1, 1916.. CONDITION OF Lincoln County National Bank -- T- Shoes! Shoes! IMETTLETOMI (fl e t 1 & llSiil STANFORD, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER ASSETS 17, 1916 LIABILITIES $1 00,000.00 Bills $353,782.56 Capital Stock 57,937.60 U. S. and County Bonds 130,000.00 Surplus and Profits 97,700.00 Stock Fed. Res. Bank 4,550.00 Circulation 327,019.36 Banking House 0,300.00 DEPOSITS 5 7,602.90 Due from Banks Cash and U. S. Treas.... 26,421.50 1 lj Shoes for 9 1 Av fy JhW i.OVER $582,656.96 CONDITION OF $582,656.96 Lincoln Trust Company STANFORD, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 17, 1916 LIABILITIES $ 25,000.00 Bills $ 23,860.24 Capital Stock 74.37 2,557.55 Interest Cash in Bank 1,512.40 168.98 Trus. and Grdn. Funds Interest and Expenses... ASSETS the infant, the crawling babe, the playing child, the romping miss and lad, the matured man and woman. Shoes for every occasion for the man in the mud and snow: High tops, heavy soles, heavy leather to make them dry. For the man and woman indoors, we show black and brown calf skins, vici and patent leathers, with plump soles in button or lace, with blind eyelets, with any kind of a heel from a full covered French to a broad flat common-sensone. For the growing girls we have the high top English walking shoes, or the regular top, widetoe and low heel. For the smaller children we have the heavy chrome calf, gun metal, vici and patent leathers suitable for Sunday or school wear. For the babies we show the little soft soles in black, tan and patent with plain and fancy tops. Yes, e we say again Shoes for every age; shoes for every business; shoes of every kind of shoe material, leather shoes, fabric shoes, rubber shoes We are Shoe $ 26,586.77 $ 26,586.77 COMBINED STATEMENT OF Lincoln County National Bank and Lincoln Trust Company STANFORD, KENTUCKY. w- - People Ours is a SHOE STORE 43 r' 1 ) LIABILITIES $1 25,000.00 $3 7 7,642.80 Capital Stock Bills 57,842.99 Surplus and Profits & k U. S., County Bonds 97,700.00 134,550.00 Circulation Stocks JJBEr. ,5 2.40 0,300.00 Trust and Grdn. Funds warn feanking House 327,019.36 86,58 .95 Deposits Cash ASSETS 1 1 1 1 MS $609,074.75 -- $609,074.75 The Functions and Facilities, of this office are such that we are able to offer you just a little bit better service than the ordinary Country Bank. We pay 3 per cent interest on Time Certificates of Deposit. Make loans on were disheartened and quit right there. Democratic chiefs in San acceptable security at current interest rates. Collect Drafts and Notes Francisco declare that that false news Wilson at 1,000 votes in payable anywhere in the United States. Sell checks and drafts payable cost city alone. least adds something This that anywhere in the United States. more to the crime of the World and dealready Times, The Lincoln Trust Company is authorized under the State laws to act as nouncedwhich haveend of thebeen country from one Administrator, Executor, Guardian, Trustee, and in many other capacities; tothe other. Owensboro Messenger. secures for depositors information as to the financial standing of business houses; have for the use of our customers private boxes in burglar proof Girls! Girls! Try It! vaults for storing of Valuable Papers. Stop Dandruff And Beautify Your Hair We are members of the Federal Reserve Bank, Cleveland, Ohio; of The American Bankers' Assoociation; of the Kentucky Bankers Association. Hair Stops Falling Out And Gets Thick, Wavy, Strong And Beautiful. "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" Your hair becomes light, wavy, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. fluffy, abundant and appears as soft, McRoberts & Bailey - - - Stanford LOT of New Druggets, 6x9 and 9 j FOR RENT. Two front rooms National xl2 .; all grades. W. A. Tribble, Stan- - i HP s,tas over the First once. qoff Bank. Possession given at ::::::::::: :::::::: Bd band-wago- 8tt W nent republicans urging state-wid- e prohibition and that their party come Editor akd Fropeietor out boldly in favor of it. The repubS. M. Sauflkt, licans are making strenuous attempts Entered at the postcffioe at Stanford, Ky., as second class mail matter. n to get on the dry when they think it is going to be the most Subscription Rates $1.50 popular issue to ride to victory. The Both issues a week, per year 1.00 people of Kentucky yill not forget, Twice a week, for 8 months .75 however, that it has been the demoTwice a week, for G months ,40 wnAV fT -- TYinnlhfi rr.:.A "'"M a week,-. eitner 3 .issue, per year ... inn cratic party and democratic adminx.vu On'1to all; pa- istrations which have given Kentucky Subscriptions are per stops when time for which it is paid, is up every temperance law she now has upon her statute books. If some of the Political Announcements. leaders of the democratic The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the followinc candidates for office sub- party will permit the party organizaject to the Democratic primary the first in Aupust, 1917. (Announcement fee tion to take a negative or passive for each county office is $10; for district of- stand upon the great issue which is fice, $15; for city or magisterial office $5. No announcement will be made until fee is paid now coming to the front, they and in advance.) they alone will be responsible for For Sheriff the consequences. J. H. LIVINGSTON. The Interior Journal tion at Mayfield. On Saturday he will address educational associations of the First, Secondhand Third Congressional districts at Bowling Green and on Sunday afternoon make the principal address at the Elks memor ial service at Mayfield. A belated election story from California is of sufficient interest to re peat even at this late day. There is four hours difference between New York and California time. On election evening in New York World and New York Times, in a mad race with other New York papers, very early flashed the news that Hughes was -- so-call- ed isat-nrda- y For County Judge M. F. NORTH. For Representative H. G. SKILES. M. S. BAUGHMAN. v Editor J. M. Alverson, in his good paper, the Georgetown News pledges to the work of his hearty Dr. Alexander's committee in getting prohibition question the state-wid- e to a vote of the people. Sentiment is growing all over the state. The whisky business is on its last legs, and the sooner they are knocked from under it, the better for the people and the country. Can any one truthfully deny this? The Louisville Herald is printing almost daily interviews with promi- - elected, and the telegraph wires announced it almost as quickly on the Pacific coast as in New York. The people were still voting in California, but when newspapers extras gave it Central University at Danville out that such Wilson's supporters as certainly made a "ten strike" when the World and Times had conceded she obtained Dr. W. A. Gansfield as Hughes' election, Democratic workers president. He is putting new life in to the old institution, is a man of wide culture and greatly sought afMRS. SLACK'S LETTER ter for public addresses, and of course every time he appears, he makes a To Mothers of Delicate Children fine impression and helps "Old CenPalmyra, Ta. "ily little girl had a tre" that much. The old institution chronic cough and was so thin you could could not possibly have obtained a count her ribs, and she had no appetite. seemed to help her, more effective means of advertising. Nothing we gave herNeibert asked me to until one day Mrs. On Monday he made the principal try Vinol, and now she is hungry all the address at the laying of the corner time, her cough is gone, she is stouter and has a more healthy color. I wish stone of the $300,000 high in Covington. Wednesday at every, mother who has a delicate child would try Vinol." Mrs. Alfbed Slack. the dedication of the Mason county We 'guarantee Vinol, our High- School at Washington and Fri- ionic, to make, delicate children day he addresses the First Cingres-sion- healthy and etroag. District Educational Associa- - The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. school-building 9"-'- Z ,L. P. Nunnelley, Stanford. FOR SALE. 2 Duroc sows with 7 LOST. White hound with ellow with 6 pigs. J. W. Henson, Moreland, pigs each and one Poland China sow spots; answers to name "Rum"; a great howler. Reward for return n 94-- 2 Ky., R. D. 1. information to W. A. Harnev, Stan93-2ford. FOR SALE. Privately, 5 sows NOTICE All persons having acand 36 weanling pigs, Duroc; Mare and two yearling Percheron geldings, counts or claims against the estate of the late W. H. Murphy will Studebaker wagon; buggy; sent them properly proven to the preunsaw; re- dersigned executor on or before Jar . Frazier break cart; cross-cu- t frigerator; Sharpies cream separator; 1, 1917. All persons owing said will please settle at once. J. H. vacuum cleaner; large graphophone records. J. Murphy, Exr. W. H. Murphy Estate lustrous and beautiful as a young and 80 2 and 94-- L Stanford, Ky. 5 hair Turner Carpenter, Moreland. girl's after a "Danderine cleanse." Just try this moisten a FOR SALE OR RENT Hotel WANTED. Two first-clas- s farm property at Crab Orchard, Ky., nea-th- e cloth with a little Danderine and caremust understand raising fully draw it through your hair, tak- hands; and other crops; feeding todepot and Salt Sulph well; debacco and ing one small strand at a time. This caring for young stock. Willing ta sirable location, twenty rooms, large will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt and sign a contract. Wages, barn, necessary outbuildings, fine excessive oil and in just a few mom- house and garden furnished. Married sulphur water on porch ; good garden, man with grown ents you have doubled the beauty of erences. John B.son preferred. Ref- reasonable terms. Address I. W. Fish-Cra- b Wathen, Lebanon, 94-your hair. Orchard, Ky. Ky., P. O. Box 204. Besides beautifying the hair at once, Danderine dissolves every par- n ticle of dandruff, cleanses, purifies and invigorates the scalp, forever stopping itching and falling hair. But what will please you most will be after a few weeks' use when you will actually see new hair fine and downy at first yes but really new hair growing all over the scalp. If you care for pretty, soft hair and lots bottle of of it surely get a ready-to-we- ar from any Knowlton's Danderine druggist or toilet counter, and just 95-- 1 try it. I p. two-horse ate " VHP 3ATE? TViMioTiV.ro,l hrnnra rooms, toms at o each. Mrs. A. J. Gooch, FOR RENT House of recently occupied by Hugh Noe; for Stanford, R. D. 1. Phone 8150. 94-- 2 rent for year 1917; possession at FOR SALE. 17 yearling cattle. 90-tf once. A. T. Nunnelley. quality" good. i weighing 550 pounds; 6 93-9- hs' 93-3F- s. 2. The Fair Kit "O 25-ce- nt CENT-A-WOR- D ADS (Ads here are 1 cent a Torn eacli Issue, cash with order; no ad less than 25c each issne.) We are exclusive in for Ladies, Men and Children. If you want the right goods at the right price, call at ESTRAY heifer came to my place the middle of October. Owner can get same by paying for keep and 95-- 1 this adv. M. H. Beazley. STRAYED to my place last week two sows. Owner can get same by The air St ore paying for ad and proving property. 95-2J. F. Miller, Stanford, Ky. p. H. Shprintz, Prop. Tatem Building Crab Orchard non-secr- - al BEGINNING Saturday, December 1st. we will have one sale our entire line of millinery at cost. Don't miss the splendid values we rae now offer,95-- 1 ing. Warren Sisters. We Sell Star Brand Shoes M Jt i 7 LT ' ' ' The Interior Journal, StanforH, Kentucky - Friday, December I, DAUGHTER'S LIFE 1 r 1916 STANFORD HONOR ROLL First Grade. Marie Baumann, Joe Davis Eads, Bessie Clay Farris, Herbert Gover, Dorothy Susan New-lanCarl Lynn Nevius, Edward Pet-tu- s, Freda Robinson. Lillian Von d, 'lift? T Do You Ever Expect to Open a Bank Account ???? Mrs. W. C. Wilson is the guest of her parents at Middlesboro. Miss Minnie Woods is the guest of her brother, Higgins Woods at Cincinnati. Shelby Isaacs, of Riley, visited friends at Gilbert's Creek early in the week. Mrs. Elihu Miracle, who has been quite ill for several days, is reported as improved today. Mrs. Chloe Murphy, of Shelby City has returned home after a visit to SAVED BY TANLAG Gruenigan. If you do not you will always be poor and unsuccessful. relatives and friends here. Mrs. T. W. Kenney, of Danville, who has beeiv the guest of Mrs. T. D. Raney has returned home. Mrs. J. F. Hill still remains quite ill at the home of his daughter. Mrs. E. C Garman, on Logan avenue. Misses Mary and Margaret Miller, of Richmond, have been the guests of Mrs. W. S. Embry for several days. Mrs. Agnes Herrin, Mrs. Magee, Sam Magee and James Herrin, of Crab Orchard were here Wednesday. Mrs. H. C. Drye and Miss Effie Drye, of McKinney, were the guests of Mrs. Bettie Barnette Wednesday. Mrs. Greene B. Turley and W. B. Turley, of Richmond,, spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bruce. J. N. Menefee, Jr., Frank Phillips, William Grimes and Miss Matsy Grimes were in Lexington Thanksgiving. C. M. Back, of the West End, and son, Thomas C Back, of New Castle, Ind., were in Stanford on business 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 Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Walter, were in Lexington Wednesday. Misses Epperson and Cocking, of ANOTHER WOMAN TELLS McKinney were in town Wednesday. How Vinol Made Her Strong Mrs. John Tanner and Miss Ruth Bcallsville, Ohio. "I wish all nerTanner, of McKinney, are in town tovous, weak, women could have Vinol. I was eo weak day. and nervous I could not sleep. EveryMrs. A. C. Hill is visiting her parthing I ate hurt me, and the medicine 1 had taken did mc no good. I de- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mershon at cided to try Vinol, and before long I Somerset. could eat anything I wanted and could Mrs. W. A. Carson has been in sleep all night. Now I am well and Lancaster with relatives and friends ftrong, and in better health than I' for a short visit. have been for years. Sirs. Anna 3IILUSOX, Beallsville, Ohio. Mrs. J. E. Buck, of Gilbert's Creek, "We guarantee Vinol for all wedding attended the Nevius-Harne- d Tvcak and debilitated conditions. here Wednesday evening. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Second Grade. Sadie Farmer, Blain Foster, Nettie Gover, Frank Goggin, Ruth Masters, Lucile Manning, Joe Turpin, Susie Walls, E She Is Sure of li, P. Woods. Third Grade. Beatrice Camenisch, Josephine Belden, Charley Blanken-shiN0WWEA(1S"TANLACSMILE" Charles Masters, Lewis Mershon, James Matheny, Delia Mitchell, Ophelia Carroll Bailey, Dolly Walls, "She Had Lost All Interest In Lif John Wood. and Would Have Gladly Welcomed Fourth Grade. Eunice Pepples, Death", Declares Mrs. S. C. Burnett. Thelma Walls, Katherine Murphy "I Regard My Daughter's Recovery Welch Pepples, Hatler Smith, Effle as Most Wonderful and Miraculous." W. McClary, Foster Reid Phillips, Irene Livingston. "There is absolutely no doubt In my Fifth Grade. Matilda Bell, Olga mind that Tanlac saved my daughter's Camenisch, Sadie K. Kincaid, Dorolife." This statement by Mrs. S. C. Burnett thy Tribble, Phillips Nevius, Adam 1438 Clay street, Cincinnati, mother of Matheny. Mrs. John Lowe, same address, tells Sixth Grade. Sarah Beck, Mary why the "Tanlac Smile" brightens the Dishon, Mary Gilbert Powell, Martha face of everybody in that hoiibehold. Terhune, Guy Wallin, Mabel Mastes "I regard my daughter's recovery as Seventh Grade. Adeliade Proctor rhe most wonderful relief your Tanlac Allene Gooch, Lelia Cook Ranev. Mat' nedicine has ever achieved," said Mrs. tturnett "I myself her own mother tie Belle Kincaid, Isabella Warren -- had given up hope. My daughter had Margaret Pettus, Marjorie Ballou, Joanna Ballou, Mary Frances Ma- Mother of Mrs, John Lowe Says Mary fit' lav. s27 H iJk m p, &AKlH3 POWDER Absolutely Pure Made from Cream of Tartar NO ALUM-- NO PHOSPHATE Personal and Social John G. Lynn of Danville, was here Wednesday. J. of Detroit, has been at home for several days on account B. Boone, of the serious illness of his brother, Chas. Boone. Chas. Boone is quite ill of bronchial pneumonia at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Boone, near 4 run-dow- n run-dow- Waynesburg. of Winchester, attended the marriage of his niece, Miss Alpha LaVerne Nevius here Wednesday evening. Zan Murphy, of Panama, was here last week with relatives and friends for several days . He is now with his mother, near Shelby City. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Traylor and Misses Elizabeth and Nancy Hunn, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C LeCompte at Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clarke and little daughter, Miss Martha Clarke, of near Millersburg, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones. Mrs. W. P. Kincaid and daughters. Misses Adelia and Belle Russell were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Raines at Lebanon for Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Frye and two sons, John A. and William G. Graham went to Lebanon Wednesday to visit Mr. Frye's sister, Mrs. G. W. Gra ham. Miss Margaret Shanks, who is attending school at Science Hill, spent Thanksgiving here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C Shanks. Shel-byvill- their town and school and should be very willing to with the school authorities in preventing the spread of all diseases which are calculated to take the lives of the children who are exposed to them. theny. A few years ago a case of diphEighth Grade. James Baughman, theria was allowed to enter the Henry Baughman, Guy Smith, Ber- Brooklyn City School and the result tha Blankenship, Sara Bright, Lea-hBowling, Lucile Carter, Annie was that about 385 of the children Lee Eubanks, Marie Powell, Olo Ran- in that city died. kin, Louise Waters, Lucile Waters, Margaret Wood. freshman : Frances Cormeny, How Corn Nellie Davis, George F. Farris, Marv Hill Garman, Tabitha Martin, Robert Gomes Nevius, Mary Pettus, Vie Gose Patterson Tanner, William Welburn, Sadie Wearen, Frank Cor-die- r. "GETS-IT- " loosens Your Corns er "See Eight That Clear Off!" L. A. Nevius, Anderson, Larl Baughman, Mary Brackett, Car- le Davis, Sylvia Farmer, Davis Faulk- ?Ter' Edward Tanner, Ruby Hilton, May Belle Lyon. Sophomore.' Hester Off, run-dow- n, 4RS. JOHN LOWE, of Cincinnati, Who Says She Owes Her Lifo to Tanlac. TO THE PUBLIC I have bought the store of W. R. Willis &. Son and will con- tinue business at the old stand. fresh meat and grocery business. The serving of meals will A new and full stock of be discontinued but especial attention will be given to the groceries is being installed, while great care 'will be taken in buying the best beeves and hogs for slaughter. An ex- e, perienced buyer will secure these and Blackburn Huffman will attend to the cutting and sale of meats. Goods deliv- ered promptly. Phone 210. A share of your patronage will be appreciated. Thanking you in advance, Very Truly, thur Coffey. James Rhoten, of Pulaski county. 'V the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Eliza Coffey at McKinney. They spent Wednesday here with her son, ArD. S. E. C. J Sausage ground at lc pound, one run; two runs, 2c. Walton Attention Ladies! We have about Two Hundred Ladies and Misses' Coats, which we will close out under cost, as we will not handle same any more. These are extra good values and and cannot be bought at the price we will sell them for. I Ladies Raincoats and Sweaters are now going at cost. We have a very large stock of shoes and are still selling them at the old price. Come and See for Yourself. Robinson's Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stanford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. Coleman, Proprietor. You're Bilious! Let Tanlac can now be obtained in following nearby cities: Moreland, Ab"Cascarets" Liven raham Minks; Hustonville, Adams Liver And Bowels Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-burJoe McWilliams; Middleburg, Don't Stay Headachy, Constipated, W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Sick, With Breath Bad And Bros.; Brodhead, John Robins; LanStomach Sour. caster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, Get a box now. J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. You men and women who can't get A. Horton. feeling right who have headache, coated tongue, bad taste and foul breath, dizziness, can'j: sleep, are bil- ager of the National Life and Acciious, nervous and upset, bothered dent Insurance Company. with a sick, gassy, disordered stomach W. L. McCarty went to Pineville or have a bad cold. this week to visit his mother, Mrs. Re Are you keeping your bowels clean becca McCarty. with Cascarets, or merely forcing a Mrs. N. O. True and pretty daughpassageway every few days with salts, ter, Miss Estella True, of McKinney, cathartic pills or castor oil? were in town this morning. Cascarets work while you sleep; Miss Margaret Shanks, who spent cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested, fermenting food and foul Thanksgiving here with her parents, gases; take the excess bi from the was accompanied by Miss Josephine liver and carry out of th system all Davis, of Shelbyville, Miss Marion the waste matter and po.ion in the Koehler, of Louisville, and Miss Phena Pownsely, of Tulsa, Okla. bowels. A Cascaret tonight wi! straighten Mrs. Cleo Brown, who went to you out by morning a box Louisville last week to have her tonfrom any drug store will keep your sils removed, has returned home, but stomach sweet, liver and bowels reg- as yet, is not able to be in the e. ular and head clear for months.. Don't Miss Amy Proctor is assistforget the children. They love Cas ing Assistant Richard Cox, during carets because they taste good never. Jrs. Brown's absence. Mt. Vernon 95-- 1 gripe or sicken. Signal. g, 10-cent Karr Ramsey, of Madison-villwho was the all Southern fullback of the 1910 football team of Centre College spent Thanksgiving in this city. Walter Milburn, who travels for Swift & Co., with headquarters at Lebanon, was here Thanksgiving see his uncle, Mr. James M. Walter, who remains quite ill. Miss Mary Lucile Burgin, who is attending school at Campbellsville, is spending the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Burgin at Crab Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hodges, of Lexington, are stopping at the Hunn house, Mr. Hodges is the field man- e, in life and would have gladly welcomed death. Her Condition Pitiable. "She was just pitiable! Yet before she had taken half u bottle of Tanlac he was a different woman. "My clair.'her's om-is almost Up to a year ago she was a strong, healthy woman. Suddenly she began to ail. Her digestive system went back on her completely. She could not diire-swhat little she forced herself to eat. After every meal she was tortured with gas. pain and distress. She had to physic constantly with salts, oil and pills. ITer weight dropped from 140 to 110 pounds. Walked Floor 'For Hours. "The rumbling of a wagon or slamming of a door would make my daughter tremble. At night she would lie awake or walk the floor for hours. g Then she would have spasms of weakness. We tried all sorts of medicines to no effect. Finally we heard of Tanlac from neighbors My daughter took it. "Her complete recovery to perfect health was marvelous, simply marvelous. First, she felt like eatinsr. Then her strength came back and her bowels became regular. Now she has a splendid appetite, sleeps the whole night through and has gained weight so that her clothes have had to be let out. I repeat: "There is absolutely no doubt iu mj Blind that Tanlac saved my daughter dfe." e t :ost all Intel et heart-breakin- la the most wonderful corn-cur- e Junior Annie V. Craig, Elizabeth Carter, Alhe R. Fish, Rachel Hill, Annie R. Powell, Nancy K. McKinney, Clarence Singleton, Annette Wearen, Gene Wood, Mary Bailey, Marv uecK, xuary Anderson. Senior. loe T. Embry, Matsv Grimes Nellie W. Hill, Ferdinand Matheny, Serena Young. The name of Allie May Cummins appeared on the September Honor Roll by a mistake. Only those who are doing the regular course or its llOjl equal are entitled to be placed on the ttrtfiti' roll of honor. Allie May Cummins has to leave off the work of Home Economics due to the condition of her eyes and therefore is not doing "It's Just Wonderful, the Way 'GETS IT Makes AU Corns Go Quick." the full course. ever known because you don't hava Mary Anderson's name should to fool and putter around with your have appeared on the October honor corns, harness them up with bandages or try to dig them out. roll but was omitted by mistake. "GETS-IT- " is a liquid. You put on Quite a number of children have a few drops in a few seconds. It been kept out of school by an order dries. It's painless. Put your stocking on right over it. Put on your oi cne atate tfoard of Health which regular shoes. You won't limp or prohibits any one who has been exhave a corn "twist" in your face. The posed to diphtheria, or any other corn, callus or wart, will loosen from your toe off it comes. Glory hallelu- contagious disease, from appearing jah! "GETS-IT- " is the biggest sell- -' in any public place until they receive ing corn remedy in the world. When a permit from a member of the Counyou trv it. vcu know why. ft) "GOTS-IT- " ty Board of Health. Among such is sold and recomby druggists everywhere. 25c mended children was those of Mrs. Allen a bottle, or sent on receipt of price Traylor, who through the columns of by E. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago. III. the I.J. so graciously ask the good Sold in and people of this community to pray ed as the Stanford best recommendworld's corn remedv for Stanford. All loyal citizens should by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The invoke the blessing of the Deity upon Penny Drug Store. Never Fails. "It's hard to believe anything could act like that in getting a corn off. Why, 1 just lifted that corn right off with my finger nail. 'GKTS-I- T is certainly wonderful!" Yes. "GETS-IT- " Wonder It's the Modern Corn IL -- IB?"1 Christmas 1916 Your friends can buy anything you can give them except your Photograph. IVlake the annnintmpnt Parlor Tfae Sacray Studio Try O ur-- Cambria Steel Farm Fence Just Received W. h. HIGGINS Mpgln For that Christmas Dinner Oysters, Celery, Cranberries, Dried Fruits of fancy quality. Fruits, foreign arid domestic. Everything to make your Thanksgiving dinner the best ever. jO-ce- nt post-offic- GEORGE H. FARRIS s t The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky Friday, December 1 , 1916. Mother Praises Remedy That Relieved Her Baby DR. CALDWELL'S 15? Mt. Zion Rev. Livingston filled his regular A SYRUP PEPSIN DEPENDABLE FAMILY LAXATIVE I Nearly all the sickness incident to a baby's life is due to constipation, or inaction of the bowels. At the first indication of irregularity in this important function, relief should be afforded promptly. A mild laxative should be administered to gently carry off the congested waste and leave the stomach and bowels free to perform their allotted tasks. Of the various remedies recommended to relieve constipation, the combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin, as prescribed by Dr. W. B. Caldwell and sold in drug stores under the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, is the most effective. It contains no opiate or narcotic drug is pleasant to taste, mild and gentle in action, and quickly brings the desired relief in an easy, natural manner. Mrs. 0. J. Douglas, Mason, 111., writes that she cannot say enough in praise of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin as a dependable family laxative. Little Mary Eva had been badly constipated until they tried Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which brought the first natural relief the child had had in two weeks. m;r 'Silk Jjjfe Douglas appointment here last Sunday. The meeting that was held here by Rev. Masters has closed with one confessing and being baptized, who was old uncle Malon Irvin, 78 years old. Mrs. George Smith, of Woodstock, spent last week in this part with her sisters, Mrs. White and Mrs. Ida Thompson. Mr. Bryant Thompson was in Stan- imitations and ineffective substitutes be sure to ask for Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. See that a facsimile of Dr. Caldwell's signature and his portrait appear on the yellow carton in which the bottle is packed. A trial bottle, free of charge, can be obtained bv writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 455 Washington St., Monticello, Yowell & Eads, of Hustonville, sold to T. W. Jones last week, 25 head of hogs that averaged 130 pounds at $8.25. W. B. Turley, of Richmond has contracted to M. M. Hamilton, of the same place 35 head of Red Berkshire hogs for June delivery at 10 cents a pound. In Scott county Watson & Smith purchased from Llewellyn F. Sinclair the farm at White Sulphur known as the W. W. Harper place, which con sists of 255 acres. The price paid was $02.50 an acre. There are no improvements on the land. W. E. Stegall, member of the mule firm of Stegall & Lightfoot, of Montgomery, Ala., recently wired Judge W. S. McClanahan of Franklin, for- Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is sold in drug stores everywhere and costs only fifty cents a bottle. To avoid Farm and Stock News Yowell & Eads, of Hustonville, bought of W. P. Tuggle, of Garrard county, 29 steers that averaged l,OG0 pounds at $6.75. They shipped them direct in to Cincinnati. I I His Friend Hurt! He Helped Him Injured Man Laughed When Simple But Treatment Was Sug2eR-ecHJs Coiira.de He Thanked Late? I ford last Friday. Little Jewell Simpson had the misfortune to get her foot badly burned. Mrs. Ethel White was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ida Thompson last Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Grace Griffin, of Mt. Vernon, spent Thanksgiving here with friends and relatives. Mr. George Denny and Mr. Johnie Brown went to Mt. Vernon on busi ness last Saturday. Mr. Bryant Brown and family were the guests of his daughter, Mrs. Ida Thompson last Sunday. Mr. J. M. Brown, of Broughton-towcelebrated his birthday last Sunday. He was 25 years old. Mr. Morris Ham, of Michigan has been here visiting friends. He came through in his car, a Overland. He came by Louisville and brought his aunt, Mrs. Etta Delaney and cousin Louise Koehler with him. Mr. George White is on the sick list. Mrs. Lizzie Watson who has been quite sick is able to be up agin. The infant baby of Mr .and Mrs. Daniel Murrell is quite ill. Mrs. George Suthern of is here on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thompson attended the birthday dinner of J. M. n, seven-passeng- er hmmibM mmmm M --mm A Real Live Gift Store HERE IN STANFORD We have arranged this Christmas to make our place a real headquarters for Santa Claus, with gifts for every member of the family, old or young, large or small. You need go no farther than Stanford and the Lincoln Pharmacy to supply your every desire for a Christmas Gift. We are getting in daily A Bewildering and Attractive Line of Christmas Gifts including toys of all kinds for the little fellows, Games, Books, Guns Sleds, Candies, in fact everything the childish heart could wish for. For the older members of the family, our assortment of presents is more complete Pretty Papers, Perfumes, Toilet Accessories in Silver and Ivory, Candies, Cut Glass, Pictures and Books for the ladies. Cigars, Attractive Pipes and Smoker's Supplies, Shaving Sets and a large number of other things which peculiarly appeal to the mascuYou simply cannot afford to buy a single present unline heart. til you have looked at our magnificent stock of gifts this season and have seen what a great saving in money you can make by purchasing your presents right at home from Once upon a time word came to Henry A. Voehl, of PlainficM, N. J., that a close friend had bean injured, and full of anxiety he visited the af- merly buyer for the firm, that mules flicted man, who was suffering from (would sell for the highest price ever a sprained ankle. i known before the close of the present "It was so bad that the leg had season. turned black," said Mr. Voehl in relating the story. "I told him I would have him out in a week and he laugh- i POSTED! ed at me. But I took him a bottle of night he put Sloan's Liniment, that We, the undersigned, prohibit some on and noticed the ankle felt hunting of every sort, rishing and better. I told him to use it every day, other trespassing upon our property: and in three days his ankle was pracAdoi. J. Frank tically well. In four days he was Mrs. Catherine working. He gladly admits that Smith, S. C. Rigsby, Fred Nikula, Sloan's Liniment "put him on his John Hertzog, W. W. Pitman, Mrs. feet." Sloan's Liniment can be obtained Arnold Zurbrugg, Mrs. Geo. Logan, at all drug stores, 25c, 50c .and $1.00 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 Ponenhaeen. J. E. Bruce, A. L. Thompson, M. F. ! J Brown. On Nov. 9th, the Death Angel called at the home of Dr. R. C. Prewitt an took away his daughter, Bertha. She was 18 years old and a bright, intelligent girl. She had been sick for some time with consumption. She knew that she could only live a short time and confessed her Savior and was baptized in a box of water. She left the impression behind that she was ready and willing to go. She leaves a mother and an aged father, four sisters and two brothers to mourn her loss. She had a sunny disposition and to know her was to love her. The interment occurred in the old Friendship graveyard after services by Rev. The Lincoln Pharmacy J. W. ACEY, Proprietor WfWtln-- ti STANFORD, KENTUCKY Dripping Springs News has been received here from Columbus, O., that the son of Mr. Almon Todd, shot and wounded his father. Mr. Todd is n son of C. H. Todd of Garrard. the Mr. "Dabney Davis has news that his son J. L. Davis is ill five-year-o- Junction City Attractive Sub-Divisio- n Cir- To Be Sold Off In Lots The Master Commissioner of trie Lincoln cuit Court "will offer for sale on Saturday, Dec. 16, 1916 under a decree of said Court, the balance of the old D. W. Vandeveer home place on Somerset street, containing 56 acres of land frontpike and Somerset street, ing on the Cut-of- f and divided into 20 lots, running in size from an acre and half to six acres. Upon one of these six acre lots there is situated a good house with metal roof. These are the most beautiful lots ever offered in Stanford. The town is built too much in a long string; this sale of lots will enable it to spread out. Farmers desiring to move to town to educate their children will find lots long enough for garden, chickens and a cow. These lots ought to appeal to persons wanting long lots, and to get out of dust of roads; they are high, with fine view, healthy, away from the town branch, and of typhoid germs; with city water on all sides. Judge W. E. Varnon, at St. Asaph Hotel, will take pleasure in showing them phone him. Wake up, and go to figuring on pur9-room The R. H. Martin sale was held Saturday, the 18th. W. A. Reynolds and McCollum bought the tobacco factory and two cottages for $700. Clarence Perkins, the two story store Bad Cold? Headachy houses near Hall and Mr. Ellis the remainder. And Nose Stuffed 111., of diphtheria. at Farmount, Mr. Ben Wooley, of Lebanon, was Tape's Cold Compound" Ends Colds Mrs. J. C. Griffey, who fell from a here last week to see his friend, G. And Grippe In A Few imwagon some time ago is not much D. McCollum. Hours. proved. A small boy on his way to Sunday Mr. W. H. Wells and wife are at School Sunday struck a match against Take "Pape's Cold Compound" evMAN'S STRANGE HISTORY. ery two hours until you have taken Waynesburg visiting Mrs. Charley a fence post and dropped it in the A man with an unusual history three doses, then all grippe misery Wells and family. grass near the post and the high wind died at Sparksville, Adair county goes and your cold will be broken. It Mrs. Edith Singleton visited her nospromptly opens your clogged-u- p fanned it into a blaze, which burned daughter last week, Mrs. J. T. Wells over two acres before a force of ten last week. He was Willis Page, who trils and the air passages of the head; was perhaps the oldest man in that stops nasty discharge or nose runat Crab Orchard. could put it out. Small boys should section of the state, and was a vic- -' ning; relieves the headache, dullness, Miss Senora Howard spent Sunday not carry matches. tim of paralysis and senility. Mr. feverishness, sore thi'oat, sneezing, with Maggie Davis. W. Bailey will make talks Page was more than 90 years old, soreness and stiffness. Mrs. J. Mr. John D. Wilson, of Bell counfed-upQuit blowDon't ! to each of the school rooms at the but did not know his exact age. ing and stay stuf Ease your throbty, is here looking after his farm at snuffling. Junction City school Friday after- When he was a very small boy he was bing g else in the world Dripping Springs. noon, Dec. 8th, on the subject of kidnapped from his home in Virginia gives such prompt relief as "Pape's Maggie Davis has been on the sick Cold Compound," which costs onlj' 25 health. and brought to Adair county, which cents at any drug store. It acts withlist, but is better. Capt. Dewitt Grubbs let a Mexican t was then not much more than a wil-- 1 out assistance, tastes nice, and causes Mr. Ad Davis is planning to go to painter's plank strike him in the derness. Young Page was made a no inconvenience. Accept no substiIllinois soon. 95-- 1 Mrs. J. H. Hopkins has been con- mouth as he passed along the street in servant until he grew to young man-- ; tute. Nogales last week. He comes back to hood, when he ran away and made fined to her home with the grip. R. M. NEWLAND Miss Jeanie Wells is at Livingston El Paso to join his regiment soon, by , his way back to Virginia in hope of way of Columbus, N. M. He belongs t finding his parents. No trace of his visiting her sister, Mrs. Neal Parker. Headquarters for Best family could be found. Page returnFIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Mr. James Wells and wife visited to the 6th Infantry. Stanford, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Dabney Davis Friday. Misses Emily Murphy and Mayme ed to Adair county and purchased a Phone 168 and 45. Office of Misses Simmie and Vercie Hopkins Wilkinson, two fine Seniors, conduct- tract of land. He married soon af spent last week at their grandpar- ed Y. P. S. S. Sunday evening at the ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dabney Davis. Christian church, assisted by Mrs. J. Little Wallace Hopkins has been W. Bailey. real sick but is better. Prof. E. D. Woods, of the Somerset There will be a pie supper at Ty- Central School, Miss Anna Woods, rone Saturday night, Dec. 9th. Ev- of Troy, Miss Terah Moore, Mrs. Beserybody is welcome and all the girls sie Sloan and daughter, Ellaine, Mr. are urged to come and bring pies. Pinch-Back- s and Mrs. E. Spencer Mattingly and for Young Men and Conservative Mr. J. Saylor, of Bell county, will three children, of Lexington, motored hold a week's meeting at Tyrone. over Sunday to spend the day with Models for the Older Men Services will begin Sunday night. Mrs. H. F. Ewing and Miss Margaret ld o, head-nothin, i , caster is with her sister, Mrs. F. T. Burke. Miss Ada Ward is with her friend, Miss Ada Steele, while on her way home at Lebanon from Brodhead. Miss Georgia T. Catron, of Monti-cellis visiting Mrs. L. T. Rankin. Mrs. Elizabeth Owens was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Linnie McDonald for a few days last week. The little daughter of Mi, and Mrs. Clem Phillips was badly burned last month by scalding water. ter and built his home on the farm where he died. He was a successful farmer and accumulated a large estate, which was devised to his children, and to an adopted son, C. T. Harness, share and share alike. Overcoats mssasB Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines, Yellow Jaundice, ApAuto-Intoxication, Lee Grubbs. pendicitis and other fatal ailments result from Stomach Trouble. ThouSufferers owe sands of Stomach complete recovery to Mayr's their Wonderful Remedy. Unlike rtv Foi other for Stomach Ailments. sale by The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. f 20-Ye- ar Robert Fox, age 19, fell 28 feet into a coal pit at Danville Sunday, but he was not seriously hurt, cutting his head badly. Miss Mary Clark is now night telephone operator, since the marriage of Miss Mary Vaught. Mr. Zan Murphy, who has been in Panama for several years is here with his mother, Mrs. Chloe Murphy and daughter, Miss Emily Murphy. He will stay here until February. Mrs. Emma Higginsbottom, of Lan W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky Go To T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Court-Hous- e, 'THEOllD HELIABt.g" 8 FARM LOANS D. A. THOMAS Lancaster, Ky. chasing one of these magnificent lots. in sums of $2,000 or more. No loan and get your Christmas Oysters, Celery, and Cranberries Phone No. 168. Stanford, Kentucky. fee charged. Phone or Write !EMEDYFOR AT YOUR D .. ,,.., -- .. JGGI5T. .,.. --.