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HAYES MURPHY prohibiand nation-wid- e Dry Sentiment Strong Oil On Buck Creek Wright Sells His Farm submission of the A most unique and romantic tion. We favor the Through the local real estate firm Deputy Sheriff Monroe Thompson, prohibition to wedding took place at Mitchellsburg. question of state-wid- e As Shown By Precinct Elections All of near Waynesburg who was in town of- - Hughes & McCarty, James H. BY DEMOCRAATIC COM- vote of the people at the earliest pos- Monday, said that a drill has been in- Wright late last week sold his farm The spot selected for the occasion TAKEN Over State Saturday was a beautiful little woodland, near sible legal opportunity, and when such . MITTEE FOR STATE-WID- E stalled and is now ready for opera- on the Cutoff pike, near Rowland to home of the bride. There in God's is submitted to vote of the people, tion on the Albert Schuler place near Frank Martin, of Turnersville. It is the country The city papers Monday said that open with no canopy but the we urge upon all Democrats who iove New Body Meets Here Monday And their party, their state and their Parlor Grove on Buck creek. Drilling understood that the consideration heavens, with the sun now and then in the selection of Democratic prefor oil will start at an early date and Mr. Martin paid was $120 an acre. peeping from behind the clouds cinct committeemen in Kentucyy Organizes By Electing Dr. W. B. homes to vote in favor of such an Mr. Thompson thinks that the indica- There are 150 acres to the place he smiling upon the scene and no sound Saturday, the "dry" element of the Chairman to the constitution of O'Bannon amedment tions are good for oil to be struck in secures. Mr. Wright bontrht it a few heard but the woodman's ax; in the Democratic party was overwhelmingKentucky. " E. that section. Mr. Thompson is head of years ago from his father-m-lacounty Democracy is the hush of that solemn occasion sur- ly successful. A dispatch from FrankLincoln a movement to do extensive drilling T. Pence, Sr. The farm has a large rounded with friends, Mr. W. G. fort to the Louisville Post said: SHE'S COMING SURE, BOYS first in the state of Kentucky to come in that section, and he believes that brick house, with modren improve- Dec. 4. The Frankfort, Ky., Murphy, of near Hustonville, and Judge Charles A. Hardin, o." oil will be in that neighborhood with- mentsL and is regarded as a splendid out openly and avowedly for the strength and intensity of the feeling Miss Loula Mae Hayes were united Chairman of the Demociat-i- c out a doubt. Mr. Thompson is familiar homflM r. Martin rts nossession. prohibition adoption of a state-wid- e in the holy estate of matrimony by that has been aroused against the State Central and Exc:'itivo Com- with every foot of land in that sec- JaaB rSstMr. Wright has not yet Rev. G. W. Hoffman. They to the Constitution of amendment left im- Stanley administration and what the ?what He will do tut may go mittee, has announced that he favors tion of the county. He is a member mediately for Danville where they Democratic opponents of the State Kentucky. the submission of a prohibition of the real estate firm of Thompson i 'i e' holds a sale of lice stock, took the train for New Orleans to be administration call "liquor control of HT By unanimous vote and the approvto the people of Kentucky &Revnolds. of Wavnesbure. and has cpmber lUh. advertisement Mr. and the Democratic party" was shown at for the following al of the chairman, the Lincoln Coun- at the earliest legal and practicable handled a great many farms alf i 'will appear in this paper gone Murphy are to be week. the successors the election of Democratic precinct Mrs. ' ty Democratic Committee, elected moment, that the question may he through that section. all over Kentucky in the mercantile business of Mi and committeemen Saturday and formally organized taken out of politics. He does not rijnr. Mrs. S. B. Sanders at Hubble. The Saturday afternoon. .. r i i.' ') '. think the Democratic State commitceo Averages $16 Hubble neighborhood will welcome These precinct committeemen chose Monday, adopted a resolution favorA Komantic Wedding. tee have any authority, however, "to county committees in every counThere was quite a romantic tinge-- - t tTIf re were a number or loads of them in their midst and hope for them the ing the submission of the state-wid- e -' i suggest or shape the thoughts or polty of the State for terms of four most happy and joyous life. Conprohibition amendment and calling icies of the Democrats of the state." to the wedding of W. G. Murphy, of Lincoln county tobacco on the Dan a years, and from sucn returns that May Hayes, ville market at the opening of the tributed. upon all "democrats who love their This was in answer to a s:'gfa'est!on this county and Miss Lula are in there seems to be no doubt in Boyle, last week, according to a breaks there Monday. It is underhomes to that the committees urge the legisthat friends of Senator Beckham and party, their state and their MRS. SOPHIA RANKE DEAD dispatch from Perryville which said: stood that all who sold were well lature to submit the amendment. Mr. Percy Haley have been victorious vote in favor of such an amendment Mrs. Sophia Ranke, wife of WilEdwin P. Morrow, of Somer.;of, When the gasoline gave out, stalling pleased with the prices obtained. A in three-fourtof the counties of to the constitution of Kentucky." gave out a statement last week urg- the wedding party of fourteen mo- total of 90,000 pounds were sold dur- liam Ranke, of the Preachersville the State, while in other counties, The adoption of this resolution, is ing the submission of a piohibhion toring to Horseshoe Bend, on Rolling ing the day, and the floor average section, died at her home there Suncommitteemen have been $16.52, for the entire lot, which is day after an illnes of complications hp first steD so far taken in Ken amendment at the earliest moment. Fork, the bride, Miss Lula May Hayes, elected, although not identified with The deceased was 61 povver. a noted Boyle county beauty, and the considered a remarkably good open- of diseases. organzation of Mr. Beckham and tucky to commit the Democratic par- He will support it with all his groom, William G. .furphy, postmas- ing average. All predictions point t years old, coming to this country 26 the he says. Mr. Haly. ty to a definite policy of support of ter at Hubble, this county, nothing an unusually high tobacco market years ago from the old country. She On the whole the election of predaunted, were married in a woodland this winter, which is good news to was a member of the Lutheran cinct committeemen amendment, without WAVE OF REFORM IS the state-wid- e indicates a near the roadside by the Rev. G. W. the many farmers in this section who church at Ottenheim. She was a good strong dry movement inside many of the party SWEEPING NATION IN which a great the DemFAVOR OF PROHIBITION Hoffman, of McKendree church, who have a lot of weed on hand. The woman and will greatly missed in her ocratic party in the State, and many leaders believe their party is doomed was one of the party. A neighbor rain of Monday almost made a "sea- - comunity. Funeral services were conto defeat exactly as proved the case Old Demon Rum is going to have a brought gasoline, and after much de- son '" 14X1 rtl AclOO Cl r It stnn UC jUtlCU ducted in the Baptist church at State Democrats predict that the r rf l,UU Democratic party in the State, will in Tennessee as long as state-wid- e hard winter. Look at this: lay the newly weds motored to Dan- in shape, local growers will haul their Preachersville Monday by Rev. Robin- in was an issue. the near future, show itself to be First Four or more States will go crops to market. son, pastor of the Methodist church, The election of a chairman and sec- dry as a result of the recent election. ville, where they took a train for the as strongly favorable to the movesouth. after which the interment took place. ment to submit a State-wid- e retary was the only other business prohibiSecond Henry Ford offers to show Quarterly Conference coming before the meeting of th how the breweries can make plenty tion amendment at the Legislature COON" Not Buried By County His many warm friends here gave R. CAUGHT "SOME of Stanford, of 1918 as are the Republicans since committee here Monday afternoon of money distilling M. Ware, east which was attended by all of the 1." fuel alcohol. Judge C. W. Dunlap, of McKinney, cordial greeting to Rev. C. H. Greer, brought to the I. J. office Tuesday the declaration of Mr. Hert, Mr. Has-we- ll reprepresiding elder of this district when members except two who were and others. The league of which Third New Year's Eve falls on who was intown Monday corect the skin of one of the biggest "coons" Dr. A. sented by proxies. By a majority of Sunday. J. A. Alexander, of WoodI. J.'s report of the burial oi he came Saturday and Sunday to conthe duct quarterly conference at the caught around here in a long time. ford county, is chairman, and which one vote Dr. W. B. O'Bannon was Fourth Chicago's Mayor will al- the unfortunate tramp who was found weighed 24 2 pounds. elected chairman over J. N. Cash low only one hour of drinking the dead at South Fork trestle last week Methodist church. Mr. Greer "oecame The varmint amendis working for a State-wid- e Mr. Ware treed him with some dog? The committeemen voted as follows night of December 31; New York's in that the body was buried by the a great favorite when pastor here for inside the Democratic party, ment and took him captive, and after kil' undoubtedly on the chairmanship contest: exerted a large influence Mayor says the law will not be county. Section Boss Walter Gooch, four years' and his friends are always ing him, made a neat job of skinn.r For O'Bannon Committeemen P. stretched an inch to accommodate of the Cincinnati Southern railroad, glad to see him in their midst again on the election of committees Satthe raccoon. The pelt is a beautifu' T. Parrish, J. C. Hays, R. Y. Ballard, Father Time. very thoughtfully made up a purse, He is doing a splendid work in his one, and Mr. Ware can undoubtedly urday. John Wentzel, R. B. Woods, Dr. J. T. There are others who explain the Fifth Under a new law, Washing- and bought a coffin and the body was district and is making one of the obtain a good price for it. M. Owens. Morris and S. election of Saturday Avas as much a Sat- buried on the railroad right of way very best presiding elders who have ton saloons must be closed from For Cash Committeemen Stanley urday before inauguration until the by permission of the railroad com- ever worked in this part of the state. desire of the State Democrats to re News of the Churches 4 Stephenson, S. M. Helm, A. P. Sloan, Tuesday after. pudiate the Stanley administration a. bullet pany. It was reported that KILLING IN MADISON R. M. Blackerby, E. G. Gilliland and The C. W. B. M. will hold its regu- and the Governor's pardon record as Sixth William J. Bryan announces hole had been found in the man's Two men were shot and killed and lar meeting Wednesday at 2 o'clock an indication of an overwhelming Jones Baughman. he will devote his next four years to head, but Judge Dunlap said that was putting a prohibition plank in S. M. Owens, of McKinney prohibition. rush toward State-wid- e though there was a hole in the head, two wounded, one of whom is in a in the church. serious condition, near Dreyfus, In Owensboro, lor Instance, the elected secretary of the committee. Rev. Homer W. Carpenter, of Lexplatform. And it could not be identified as a bullet Madison county, late Sunday. Green ington, will deliver the sermon of the Stanley men are beaten in every preThe precinct elections held SaturSeventh The European war, ha- hole, though it might have been. Davidson, an escaped convict, who C. W. B. M. and the Young Ladies cinct in the county, but the successday attracted considerable interest, ted alike of vodka, beer, and absinthe, killed his cousin, Beverly Davidson, Circle next Sunday, Dec. 10th at the ful committeemen are neutral on the were contests. The re- looks young yet. where there Fought Field Fire in Irvine about three years ago was wet and dry question. sults in the 13 precincts of the counChristian church. Squire Tom Dudderar and some of fatally shot, 'supposedly by Douglas ty were as follows: In Owensboro the a meeting of the trustees of the At men swept every precinct, Stanford No. 1 A. P. Sloan had Here.There, Everywhere his neighbors on the Somerset pike, Young. Davidson shot and killed Kentucky Baptist Children's Home had quite a fight with a field fire Young before he died. Young's son, in Louisville, the annual expense of electing E. J. Greenwell, advertising r.o oorifion for reelection as com-ro- .t Mrs. A. J. Evans, which Mtn in this precinctpast he tion City Friday. 69, died at Junc- latea last week. Some hunter set fire Robert was probably fatally wounded, the home was reduced $1,200 and the manager of the Messenger, city chairto "beegum" tree in an effort to and Davidson's four sented for the brother slightly Rev. J. M. Vallandingham was elect- man, over L. W. Haer, son of S. W. h r.irc May was married tc smoke out a possum, Squire Dud- wounded. Miss Lida yeai's. ed superintendent to succeed Dr. A. Hager, and defeating Mr. Hager in his own precinct. Stanford No. 2 R. B. "Woods de- Henry T. Sandidge, son of Mr. and derar surmises, and the blaze spread B. Gardner, who resigned. GOOD FOR CONSTIPATION the tree ted John S. Baughman, by a good Mrs. J. T. Sandidge, on the Lancas- to the dry grass around In Henderson, Gov. Stanley's fer Revival services will continue at Chamberlain's ablets are excelletn the Baptist church tonight and Wed- home town, the "drys" claim a mawithin a short time a large part of the sized majority. ter pike out of Danville, last week. s for constipation. They are pleasant nesday night, at which time announce- jority, and in the Courthouse preStanford No. 3 Dr. J. T. Morrif Mvs. Snvnh A. Land, thp wifr of F. field was afire and there-- no telling to take and mild and gentle in effect. 0 majority. ha defeated T. W. Jones by ment will be made as to whether the cinct, where Governor Stanley votes. C. Land, of Casey county, died last wlat ,serious damae mht Stanford No. 4 R. M. Blackerby week at her home after an illness of suited had not the clever Squire Obtainable everywhere. meeting which has been so success- Oscar Letcher defeated for precinct defeated J. H. Wright Sy 4 majority. several months of disease due to old hastily summoned aid and gone to fully conducted by Rev. O. E. Bryan committeeman John O. Byrne, a THANKSGIVING DINNER work on the blaze, which they conIn both the Crab Orchard precincts age. She had passed her 78th year. Miss Eva Rankin entertained a for the past two weeks, will continue strong Stanley man, who has been quered after a stiff battle. neither P. T. Parrish nor J. C. Hays committeeman for 35 years. few of her friends at dinner on longer or not. The jury which tried Lee Deavers, On the face of the returns the oi had opposition. Thanksgiving. Those who had the county, for killing forin Bourbon OPENS SHOOTING GALLERY ponents of the Governor have carAt Waynesburg R. Y. Ballard, BANK STATEMENT honor of being present were: Miss mer Representative Sidney Clay, was R. B. Hensley, of Glasgow, nas opwho has been committeeman for the Frank Waller and Mr. Ramsey, of Attention is called to the statement ried a clear majority of the precincts to agree, standing four to ened opposition, unable a shooting gallery, baby rack, Madisonville. Bona McKechnie, Ewalt past four years had no in Franklin county, but the adherof the First National Bank, of Stanconviction and eight for acquittal. cat rack and other amusement deents of Governor Stanley and of Colnor did S. M. Helm, who has represDeavers was released on $5,000 bail. vices in the Gentry building on De- Givens, Pearl Chrisman, David Ran- ford, showing its deposits on Dec. 1st; lector of Internal Revenue Marshall ented Turnersville precinct for four were $291,539.59 and its total reDeputy Marshal Vest arrested Lee pot street. He has not gotten all of kin, Josephine and Ferdinand years. are getting up contests. These conElsie Morris, James Chrisman, sources were $425,607.62. tests will be heard in the first inAt McKinney S. M. Owens was Craycraft, Postmaster at Farmers, his apparatus in as ye; tut says he May Gover and Lizzie Gover and Mr. Rowan county Saturday and brought will be fixed up in a few days and elected without opposition. stance by State Executive Commitand Mrs. Lindsay Rankin. LATEST WAR NEWS teeman William F. Klair, of LexingAt Hustonville No. 1 Jones Baugh- him before United States Commis- will conduct a nice quiet place where man showed up with such tremendous sion Woods at Mt, Sterling. Craycraft the boys can spend their spare time The armies of the Teutonic Allies ton. Mr. Klair won his own fight for Look A Child's strength that all opposition to him is charged with having made false en- at innocent amusements. fighting in Southwestern Rumania control of the party machinery at Tongue When Cross, have joined hands from the Danube Lexington. away. In Hustonville No. 2, tries in the postal records. faded The Ringling Brothers circus which where the DemStanley Stephenson was so strong he TEMPERANCE LECTURE Western Feverish and Sick! in the south to the northwest of ocratic voteKentucky large, is reportDx W. A. Ganfield, president of has been finishing up the season in was given no opposition. is very Bucharest, where coming through At King's Mountain E. G. Gilliland the Southern States, recently lost Centre College, of Danville, will de- Take No Chances! Move Poisons the mountainous regions, they have ed to have e'ected precinct commithead of horses in a fire liver a temperance lecture at Turnersdefeated D. C. M. Thompson by 12 eighty-seve- n reached the town of Tergovista, Ber- teemen in almost every case opposed From Liver And Bowels At which destroyed one of their large ville Wednesday evening at 7:30. This majority. lin announces that wie battle of the to liquor control of party affairs, Once Argechu River has come to a final and in many cases staunch advocates At Highland John Wentzel defeat- horse tents. They immediately wired lecture will be free to all and everyMothers can rest easy after giving conclusion, with the Teutonic Allies of State-wid- e prohibition. shows to ship body is invited to come and enjoy the ed D. R. Adams by one majority. In to Hackenbeck-Wallac- e Reports received hei-- show some precinct friends of Mr. Adams them fifty head of horses to Clarks-dal- good things that Dr. Ganfield will "California Syrup of Figs," because the victors, and that all along the this in a few hours all the clogged-u- p Miss., which enabled them to go have to say. claimed that four republicans were front they are drawing closer their remarkable victories for the line-u- p waste, sour bile and fermenting food net toward Bucharest With the cap- booking. The forces. against him, but on and finish out their voted in the gently moves out of the bowel, and ture of Tereovista. and farther south Drys led by Jonn T. Hinton, The Dec. 14. James H. Wright reit is not thought that any contest will horses lost were valued at about $350 be made over the election of Mr. per head, or a grand total of $30,450. serves for his sale of live stock, milk you" have a well, playful child again. the driving of the Rumanians beyond j captured every precinct in Bourbon In Graves county, Senator Frost, cows, horses, mule nogs, household Children simply will not take the the railroad junction town of Titu, Wentzel. DANGER SIGNAL As a whole the committee is a and kitchen furniture. See adv. Fri- time from play to empty their bowels, the forces of the Central powers now one of the original "STate-widers96-- 1 and they become tightly packed, liv- hold intact all the railway lines run- led the dry forces to an overwhelmsplendid body of men and democrats, If the fire bell should ring would day. ing victory. er gets sluggish and stomach disor- ning into Bucharest from the west. and Dr. O'Bannon will make a chair- you run and stop it or go and help to dered. In Mercer, the Cough Medicine For Children Unofficial advices from Athens say man who will be acceptable to every put out the fire? It is much the same When cross, feverish, restless, see that quiet prevails in trie Greek cap- dry men captured almost every pre-endemocrat in the county, for he will way with a cough. A cough is a danMrs. Hugh Cook, Scottsville, N. Y., as they did in Henry, Spencer, always be found on the right side, ger signal as much as a fire bell. You says: "About five years ago yhen if tongue is coated, then give this de- ital. The British War Trade Minislicious "fruit laxative." Children love ter has announced in the House r Lincoln, Trigg, Lyon, Caldwell, Loand a fair, square deal for every man should no more trp to suppress it we were living in Garbutt, N. Y., I is assured with him in the chair. than to stop a fire bell when it is doctored two of my children suffer- it, and it can not cause injury. No Commons that the Entente Allies will gan, Clarke and Lewis. In Floyd the Drys won 12 out of immediately take steps' to obtain a The resolution adopted In favor o ringing, but should cure the disease ing from colds with Chamberlain's difference what ails your little one diar- solution of the Greek difficulty. 16, and in Lawrence they captured state-wid- e prohibition was offered by that causes the coughing, his can Cough Remedy and found it just as if full of cold, or a sore throat, restomach-acha large majority and will elect M. bad breath, Committeeman Blackerby, of Row- nearly always be done by taking represented in every way. It prompt- rhoea, NERVOUS WOMEN F. Conly, former Prison Commissionland, and reads as follows: Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Many ly checked their coughing and cured member, a gentle "inside cleansing" When the nervousness is caused by er, chairman. "Resolved, by the Democratic have used it with the most beneficial their colds quicker than anything I should always be the first treatment "Big Chief" Vansant swept the County Executive Committee of Lin- results. It is especially valuable for ever used." Obtainable everywhere. given. Full directions for babies, constipation, as is often the case, you will get quick relief by taking Cham platter clean in Boyd county, while children of all ages and grown-up- s coln county, assembled here in Stan- the persistent cough that so often Tablets. These tablets printed on each bottle. ford, Kentucky on this the 4th day of follows a bad cold or an attack of Largest line of solid areBeware of counterfeit fig syrups. berlain's the digestion. Obtainable also the Drys led by B. B. Cozine eand evimprove Will Beckham captured twenty-onrecognizing the grip. Mrs. Thomas Beeching, AnDecember, 1916, that, erywhere. Muel- Ask your druggist for a gold Lavallieres botout of twenty-tw- o precincts in Shelthe evils of the liquor traffic and the drews, Ind., writes: "During the winyears "I by county. tle of "California Syrup of Figs," People have remarked for fearful ruin which the legalized whis- ter my husband takes cold easily and ler's Jewelry Store. 96-- 6 In Ballard, William Henderson led then lobk carefully and see that it is would like awful well to own a lot ky business has caused our nation, coughs and coughs. Chamberlain's men and scored a Fig Syrup on VanDeveer Heights overlooking the The Drys took 21 out of 31 pro made by the "California our state and our homes, we desire to Remedy is the best medicine for victory in nine out of 16 precincts, go on record as most, heartily and breaking up these attacks and you cincts in Christian, and led by George Company." We make no smaller size. the country for miles around." These enmestly favoring complete aboli- cannot get him to take any other." Allen they were victorious in 31 out Hand back with contempt any other splendid lots will be sold Saturday, beating Henry Turner, Stanley's brother-in-la96-9b-- l in his own precinct. fig syrup. of 42 n McCracken. Dec. 16, 1916. tion of the liquor business through Obtainable everywhere. A STRONG STAND w, Har-rodsbur- g, dH': . 'Hi $$$ 4. .- - hs anti-Stanl- ey VI r - i wa4-4- -- non-drinkab- le 1-- -- anti-Stanle- y, an-ti-Ha- Ma-then- y, At e, e ," ct e, at 50-ce- nt anti-Stanl- ey -- 1. w, age Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky! Tuesday, December 5, A K :i 9 1 6. Hustonville nine-poun- NOTICE THE Lincoln County National Bank's Christmas Savings Club BEGINS Monday, December 18, 1916 You are invited to enroll and get enough money f'-- ,4 i to pay your expenses next Christmas By Making Small Deposits Weekly CLASSES are organized to save amounts from $1 2.50 up $63.75. You can become a member of one or more classes, or take one or more memberships in the same class. CHILDREN as well as ADULTS will be enrolled Ask Us for Particulars THE Born,, on Nov. 16th, to the wife of Edward Nunnelley a bouncing d baby girl. Grandfather North is as proud of her as a boy is of his first pair of pants with pockets in them. Squire Fields will purchase one of the new patent hemp breaks that are out this year to break his large crop of hemp. J. W. Rout has moved to the farm of J. K. Baughman, on Black pike, for the coming year. E. McCormack and Dr. Weddle went hunting Tuesday evening and had lots of fun shooting at rabbits, but no bird luck. Dunn Sandidge came in last Wednesday morning for Thanksgiving. He is taking a business course at Bow ling Green. The west end of our town was considerably stirred up last Thursday morning by the rapid discharge of a shot gun in the hands of one of our young Americans, who had started out hunting with a harmless shot gun that they were inspecting as they were leaving town. But fortunately no one was hurt. June Reid was here from Danville Thanksgiving. Rev. C. R. Blain, of Pineville, was in our midst last week. Mrs. Doll McCormack and son, Carroll, of Danville, were at the McCormack reunion Thursday. Hill Spalding and family, of Lexington were the guests of Dr. Alcorn' and family Thursday. Mrs. John Sandidge and granddaughter, Julia Carpenter, of New Castle, Ind., are here on a short visit to Mrs. Uriah Dunn and other rela- Real Estate For Sale No. 20 1 acres of land one and one-ha- lf story six room residence with three porches, two stables, smoke house, coal house, well house, store room in yard, cow house. Good well at house and springs. All buildings and fencing in first class shape. A lot of fruit trees. Most all of this place is in grass and only about four miles from Stanford. In splendid community close to school and church. Price only $1,800. Terms d down and balance in one and two years. You could not begin to put the buildings up for this money. one-thir- 75. No. 1 Two acres of land, five room house, two porches, small barn, etc. All buildings and fencing in good condition. Has about 100 fruit trees, apples, peaches, etc. About three miles from Stanford. Price $800. Terms, one half down; balance in twelve 76. months. NO. 178 123 acres. House of five rooms, porches, etc. Small barn and all other necessary outbuildings. Well at the house and springs and creek on place. 40 acres of this land cleared and bot- tom land. Balance ridge land. Lots of good timber on this place. Price $2,000. Terms easy. No. 80. 1 Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KENTUCKY Ottenheim Mr. E. B. Hatfield has moved to his farm which he purchased from Mr. Paul Hertel, Mr. Hertel will now move to Cincinnati, where he will make his future home. Mr. and Mrs. James Oldham have received announcement of the marriage of their cousin, Mr. Joe of Richmond. Mr. James Russell is suffering from a fractured jaw bone. Mr. John Bratcher is running a traction engine for Mr. August Bar-te- ls at Crab Orchard. Mr. Ernest Arnold went to Somer set last week to take treatment under a physician known as, "The Indian Che-naul- t, Doctor." Mrs. Ida Kearns is visiting relatives at Corbin. Mr. John Bratcher and Miss Annie Benke were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wientjes Sunday evening. Mr. Leo Eyer has erected the first Slip smokes into your system! &'& & Liberty last week visiting relatives. Don't forget the Ladies bazaar at the Wheeler Emporium next SaturMiss Hester Belle Anderson enterday, Dec. 9th. A great feasts for the tained a few of her friends Saturday occasion will be arranged on that day evening in honor of her attractive all who come. So come. guest, Miss Geneva Price, of Rich- for mond. Many interesting games wf ENTERTAINS AT ROOK played during the evening. DelightA very delightful affair was the ful refreshments were served and evRook party on last Tuesday evening eryone reports an enjoyable time. at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Neal, near Hustonville. After a very exciting series of games were played a delicious salad course was Copyricbtisuby B. J. Reynolds Tobacco C. enjoyed. Among those present besides the hosts were: Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. June Hocker, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.Metcalf, Mr. and Mrs. Crit Riffe, Mr. and Mrs. Cifj You've heard manv an earful ahnn th Pnnpo aiv,- Henry Baughman, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M&r patented process that cuts out bite nnrl nnrrh Riffe, Mr. J. B. Riffe, Mr. and Mrs. We Jjgf Jones Baughman and Miss Margaret fill without a comeback! Stak vrmr bant ii tv,ot smoke your ENTERTAINS FOR GUEST garage at this place. Contractors are Messrs. James Oldham and Joe Eyer. We must praise Mr. Oldham and Mr. Eyer over this building as it sure does improve the looks of our town. A number of people here would purchase automobiles if more attention was devoted to our road system Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schlapci are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine bab girl. tives. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hogue, of Cincinnati, were here on Thursday on a visit to their many old friands in the High Bluff neighborhood, on Carpenter's Creek. Carlisle Myers went last Wednesday to Wilmore to visit Jack New-ber- n who is the drug business there. They went on to Georgetown Thursday to see the football game. James Woods and family, were here last Thursday to the reunion of E. McCormack's family. Mrs. Sophie Carpenter, Mrs. L. M. MEDAL CONTEST IN WEST END Lewis and daughter, Carrie, of Los A Matron's Medal contest will be Angles, Cal., arrived here last Tuesheld by the W. C. T. U. of Hustonville day after a ten days' visit in Danville. Judge W. M. Myers and wife at the Christian church on Saturday tored to Liberty Thanksgiving moto eat evening, Dec. 9th at 7:30 o'clock. All turkey and attend to business affairs. are invited to attend. A delightful Bruce Steele, of Georgetown Colprogram has been prepared ' and the lege spent Thanksgiving with his entertainment is to help a good cause. brother, L. F. Steele. 96-Miss Katherine Warriner was at 2. 80 acre farm has two story seven room residence, halls, porches, etc. Two barns, one a tobacco barn, corn crib, wagon shed, granary, etc. About 30 acres in grass some of this blue grass and about thirty acres in cultivation and about 20 acres in timber. Splendid orchard. Water in all the fields. All of this place lays well in good community close to school and churches. Price $3,000. Terms easy. No. 82. 1 140 acres, two story four room house, two barns, one 100x25, other 25x35 and machine shed 40x40, corn crib, etc.; 100 acres of this farm in grass and cultivation balance in timber. About 70 fruit trees. Place well watered and all buildings and fencing in fairly good shape. Price 0. Terms, one half down balance in one and two years. $3,-50- No. 84. 1 a few Prince Albert Three acres of land; nice four cottage, porches, halls, etc. Cistern right at door. All necessary outbuildings and blacksmith, wood and carriage shop on trie lot 28x3S; has about $600 worth of blacksmith, carpenter and carriage shop tools in it. There is also shed for shoeing in front of shop; $500 insurance on place paid up for three years. Condition of all buildings good. Splendid location in small town right on railroad. Can give possession on April the 1st, 1917. The owner has recently died and this place must be sold. Price for the property and all tools and material in the shop only $1,000 Terms one third down and balance in one. tvo and three years. This is a good chance for some one to make room good money. ari No. 85. 1 Mlj ii proves out every nour ot the day. jrnnce Aioert Has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality ! Neal. fit hi There's sport smoking a Dine or rnllinoyour own, but you know that you've got to have the right tobacco! We tell you Prince Albert will bang the doors wide open for you to come in on a good time firing up every little so often, without a - the national joy smoke TUCKER SCHOOL HONOR ROLL Byrd Boone, Christie Tschanz, Edith Nickula, Margaret Dillion, Mae Adams, Necia Adams. The money which was made at the pie supper here recently has been spent as follows: A bookcase, supplementary readers, floor oil, window shades, a knife and trays to serve the dinner in, which the children had 63 Acres of land; good house barn, etc. In good graded school district. Some fruit trees. Place is well watered. All lays well and most of it is in grass. Close to good town and railroad. Price $2,500. No. 186. residence, Nice halls, etc; all in first class condition; has small garden, good stable, etc. One large storeroom right on Main street; residence and postoffice combined, of six large rooms, garage etc. All of this property is located right in the heart of a good town and is the Lest rental property in the town. We can sell you this property so you can make over 12 per cent on your money. Mr. Investor, it will pay you to look into this proposition as it is going to be sold and some one will make mighty good interest on the money that they put in it. two-story, 10-roo- m regret! back up for a fresh start. You swing on this say-s- o like it was a tip to a uiuusanu-aona- r You'll feel like vour smoke nast has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot ness and contentment to you, to every man wno knows what can be gotten out of a chummy jimmy pipe or a makin's diu ! it's worth that in happi- cigarette with Fnnce Albert for packing"! . REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. iston-aale- ft. J the reverse if thlMv tin s - Albert tidv red tin. nnrt in fact, everv Prinrn Albert package, has a real mpusjirctn-vn- n on its reverse side. You'll read: "ProeMR Pnt.rtto July 30th. 1907." That means that the United States Government has Granted a natent on th process by which Prince Albert is made. And by which fondue bita and throat parch am cut out! Every- - T'HE Princs J- a nice spread last Friday. After which all enjoyed very much there was a short Thanksgiving program rendered by the pupils. Besides a few of the patrons, Misses Lucile and Roberta Young, of Highland attended the entertainment. Last month there was quite an interest aroused and we believe much good in observation work done, in a contest of gatherihj? and drawing leaves. The pupils were to draw all the different kinds of leaves they could find out the names- of. Allie Siler headed the list with 18S different kinds, Bertha Siler had 184, Margaret Dillion 141, and Anna - No. 187 Nice six room residence, halls, porches, etc. Good barn. All practically new. 24 acres of splendid land. Right at edge of city limits. Electric lights, city water, etc. Close to graded school. About 200 yards of sidewalk. A nice farm practically in town and free from city taxes. You seldom have a chance for a place like this. On the market for short time only. If you are interested, act quick. Hughes & McCarty, Stanford, Ky. 1 C Nickula 138. POSTED! prohibit We, the unaerSTjjneo!, hunting of every sort, fishing and other t. spassmg upon our property: Adoi. J. Frank Mrs. Catherine 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. i wnereioDaccoissoiayou'lInnd rrince Aioert awaiting you in toppy rea Dags, oc; tidy red tins, 10c; handsome pound andhalf-poun- d tin humidors and In that clever crystal-glas- s humidor, with sponge - moistcner top, that keeps th tobacco in such fine condition always! m ' rmx.'M zm vr.'u ' .AOl m fi HUGHES & McCARTY REAL ESTATE Stanford, - - Kentucky Hewes, W. G. Gooch, J. H. Thompson, F. L. Thompson, J. K. Helm, S. H. Baughman, Will Cordier, A. T. Traylor, John Ponenhacen. J. E. Bruce, A. L. Thompson, M. F. Law- - J rence. ii. K - The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, December 5, Condition of 1916 Farm and Stock News The record that Mr. G. B. Swine-broa- d of this city, who has bred The First National Bank Stanford, Ky., Dec. 1 st, 1916 RESOURCES $332,080.84 Loans, Bonds and Stocks 6,798.50 Banking House 61 ,777.44 Due from Banks Cash and due from U. S. Treas.... 24,950.84 nothing but registered Jerseys for the past ten years, has made with famous herd, should convince the most skeptical that it pays and pays well to handle the pure bred stock only, if milk and butter fat is to be the desired results, says the Lancas- Suggestions for ter Record. From twelve registered Jersey cows, from October 1, 1915 to August 1, 1916, he sold $895.94 worth of cream, besides supplying his family with milk and butter and from the skimmed milk he raised 12 calves from these cows and also 33 pigs until they reached the maximum weight of 100 pounds each. So methodical is Mr. Swinebroad with his work, that he keeps a daily record of the amount of milk produced by each cow and a representative from the Agricultural College at Lexington tests the milk for butter fat from each cow two days in each months. The best cow in his herd in the ten months made 471.5 butter and four cows made 1,693 pounds of butter in the ten months. Mr. Swinebroad recently sold a car load of his Jersey stock, which were shipped to parties in Georgia, consisting of twenty-on- e Jersey cows, and heifers, all registered, one yearling bull and two grade heifers, for which he received $1,940. Always exercising good judgment, Mr. Swinebroad never sells his best, but has kept ten of the "tops" which are now giving an average of thirty pounds of milk a day, three of them with first calf, and one heifer among them with first calf, gives as high as 38.4 pounds of milk in one day. His entire herd now consists of his own raising and he expects several of them to make over 600 pounds of butter during the next twelve months. Christmas Gifts The tendency these days is more and more toward "SENSIBLE GIVING" toward practical presents. We suggest the following: Total : LIABILITIES $425,607.62 $ 50,000.00 Capital Stock Surplus Fund, Earned Undivided Profits Circulation 28,500.00 5,568.03 For Ladies lect pieces in Brushes, Mirrors, Buffers and Combs. Stationery All the latest styles in Gift Boxes of Stationery 25c to $2.75. Candy Nunnally's Fine Candies fresh by express, 40c and up. Manicure Sets, Books, Brushes, Ballmer3 Cards. DEPOSITS Total J. S. HOCKER, President Vice-Preside- nt 50,000.00 29 1 ,539.59 $425,607.62 Parisian Ivory Toilet Articles. Se- We wish to call especial attention to our line of Stationery and Books. S. T. HARRIS, H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier For Men Fountain Pens, Razors Flashlights, Books, Cigars, Pipes, Tobacco Humidors, Business Cards, Bill Books and Safety Razors. For Boys and Girls Books, Dolls, Flashlights, Sewing Sets, Fountain Pens, Candy, Watches. 1 I 1 1 ktSik&sMs WHY THE NEWEST FORD . j 1 rf flffS" n .7" Li'. L,H ll ah 5 n E Admirers of the new FORD car. with its absence of brass trimmings, its shaeply hood and other features that contribute to its neat appearance, will be more than amused at the witicism of the claim that the reason the new FORD is practically noiseless is "because the brass band has been taken off the hood." Brass Bands always were noisy. Still laying all attempts at wit aside, the new FORD Touring Car at $350 and the New Ford Roadster at $345 are without a peer for economy, low cost, durability and the ability to go where other cars can't go. IT'S A CAR FOR ALL THE PEOPLE Storage, Repairs, Tires, Accessories, Phone No. 203. Ford Agent for Lincoln County fie a a ESb 3y Behg Constantly Supplied With TLedford's AIcDuff, Va. Blade-Draugh- Phone No. 2 a.SRSSSsasEgsgiaggasg'ii E. R. Coleman, Prop. Stanford, Ky. aa sv--- ?3E&iZvy3rvjj<tKVf t. H. C. Anderson's Garage : -- ncsssSt ,r.ra-jw ns- 2 l "I suffered for several says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, c; us place, "with sick headache, and .cr.iach trouble. Ten years ago a friend told me to try ::cdfcrd's which I did :d I found it to be the best family medi-.tn- c for young and old. I keep ht on hand all the :ne now, and when my children feel a ie bad, they ask me for a dose, and it es them more good than any medicine zy ever tried. We never have a long spell of sick-- s in cur family, since'we commenced Black-Draught, Black-Draug- in...mi n iii iniiTTwrvf'Tnai .sins Black-Draugh- t." Black-Draught i 7D fOiTTHS fl I SI j The price has already gone up and we do not know how high it is going. The mines are running fishort 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. pL. Two of Coal Jlack-Draug- Thsilford's is purely ;eiable, and has been found to regu-- e weak stomachs, aid digestion, indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, r.LSche, sick stomach, and similar .. .nruoms. It has been in constant use for more :r.n 70 years, and has benefited more han a million people. Your druggist sells and recommends Price only 25c. re-w- vc ht. Get:,-iackag- e lo-da- y. 3 N. c. 12a 1 Get on the Firing8 Line last week to a large crowd every night. He handled the devil without gleves and left him trembling in his At Lexington, Tenn., thieves enFred Nickula had a horse to fall tered the home of Mrs. Ella Head-ric- k off of a bridge on the county road boo.s Every one that failed to hear and Mrs. Rebecca Boatwright, him missed a gospel treat. shot and killed both women after near his home and break his ;eg and they struggled to keep them from had to be killed. stealing a box containing $2,000. The Through the efforts of Mrs. IV m. theives got the money and escaped. Anderson the Pine Grove church has At Barbourville Charles Randall was sentenced to the penitentiary received a nice swinging lamp. life for the murder of Mrs. Bessie A. V. Noland, who has b?en Iiing Holt, who was shot through a window in Boyle county has moved back to of her home last week. In a statement before her death Mrs. Holt said that his farm here. Randall was incensed over her reHenry Davis boughs a combined fusal to take an auto ride with him. horse from James Smith for ?lJo. Pawning Hall, one of the boys' dorHenry Woods and Andy Adams mitories of Georgetown College was gutted by fire Tuesday at noon. No are each suffering with a bad felon one was injured, although many of ;n their fingers. the students rushed into the burning Born, to Mrs. John Manuel a baby building to save their personal begirl, but the little one only lived a BOURBON RE2IEDY CO.. longings. $7,000 insurance was Lexington, Ky. few hours. Enclosed that was cured Ira Tucker and Robert Tucker, cholera withfind photo othojrHog Cholera Rem-of your Sourbon Probably Shaking Fists. This hcffvas almost before isinsr who have been in Illinois for the past edy.medicine, the and tten was ec'irel-- cured, exmay have clone be- eight months, are visiting the home cept loss oi eats, tail, etc. The hosis owned by Whatever they Mr. SkCes Evrrr. o BovrV&g Green. Ky. He fore the election, Colonel Roosevelt folks. will be glad to give you a testimonial, and we and Prof. Taft assuredly aren't shakW. T. Tucker and family have mov- can 2v;t several more if you want them. ing hands after it. Anaconda DRUG CO., ed back to his farm. They will re Eowlfcur Green, Ky, ceive a hearty welcome from their Ask Your Druggist for It. Jes Naturally Starve to Death host of friends. Sold By Rev. J. Fagaley and wife, who are This is the first time there has ever been a chance to test the vitality of in the Home Missionary work, ie- - j THE PENNY DRUG STORE the Republican party, and we believe hvered addreses at Pine Grove chuu-E. R. Coleman, Prop. Stanford, Ky. that eight" years out of office will just kill it. Houston Post. Heres There, Everywhere D avis Store HERE'STHEHOG ue-a- - JEXKINS-SUBLET- T I h Com missioner s Sale L. D. King, J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY Overcoats Pinch-Back- s for Young Men and Conservative Models for the Older Men '5. W. E. PERKINSJ Crab Orchard, Kentucky i Go To T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Court-Hous- e, and get your Christmas Oysters, Celery, and Cranberries Phone No. 168. Stanford, Kentucky. Vt. Notice of Sale. L. D. King, Heirs. Defendants. In obedience to a judgment rendered in the above styled court and action at the November term 191G, the undersigned C'omni.ssioner, will on MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 19 iG ! teSrtT yon to succeed JFin lifewant must know you in front of the courthouse door in what is new in business and indus try. In invention and clence. Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at pubGet out of Uic rut; get on the firing line. Read lic outcry to the highest and best bidder at 11 o'clock A. M., the following real estate: First: A house and lot in More-lanLincoln county, Ky., bounded on the north by the property of the roost interesting and useful maMlne, and Shelby Hubble, on the east by the the bisccst money's worth. Every month Danville and Hustonville pike; on the 300 Pictures 300 Articles south by land of McAnnelly and all for only 13 cents. All the new ideas and inventions in electricity and wireless, in Coulter; on the west by land of J. automobiles and aeroplanes, in shopwork and H. Prewitt, containing two acres. in farming, and in machinery. Second: A tract of land near How to make things at home. SO pases every Moreland in Lincoln county, Ky., including refriscrators, poultry houses, month, bounded on north by land of Clyde furniture, automobile shop repairs, etc. Noel and Ned Steele; on the east by ideas. It is lit is written it pUin Lngiish fcr men and boys. land of Asa Peyton and John Smiley; on the south by a road and on 1.50 a Year 15 Cents a Copy the west by land of Mrs. Baker and Get it from a newsdealer or write direct to George Pruitt, containing 20 acres PopularScier.ee Monthly, 230 Fourth Ave., N.Y. itamp cet a cop7 fruit more or less. Up UP Ycu pcttese asd yousc-- d 2cPiper. ccctisa lib r IyCCi (r The sale is for division of proceeds among the heirs. TERMS: The sale will be made on credit of six months. Bonds with JOHN B. HIGGINS' good security will be required of purchasers bearing six percent, interest from date of sale until paid, payable to Commissioner, having the As an external application this salve force and effect of a judgment and subdues inflammation and relieves secured by lien on the land. E. D. pain in short for any and all ail- PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. 92-3- T ments, whether afflicting man or "Z3 beast, requiring a direct external ap- JOKN WHITE & CO. plication either to allay inflammation LOUISVILLE, KY. or soothe pain and heal. Cannot be Liberal' assort nwnt excelled harmless. Sold and made and full valtw paid Heirs, Plaintiff. Popular Science Monthly d, the most successful Trappers and Collectors of Raw Furs in your vicinity have been shipping their entire collections to us. You too, can secure the highest market prices for your skint by sending them here as New York Is now the World"? Greatest Raw Fur Market. Writs today -- ,. . for our Free price list and shipping tags. Golden Seal ,t1I?s?n2 (.We charge no commission. A COR years, $SSJ3&gi and fullofmoney-makinsr.steD-savin- c Make Your Crops Bigger 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 BOTANIC SALVE Swift and Armour Brands of Fertilizer And can sell it to you right. by John Box B. Higgins, 25c. Stanford, Ky. ZFURS Hitfas and BaatekiM yiFxx E. T. PENCE. The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky Tuesday, December 5, PRETTY WOMAN 1916. " The Interior Journal S. M. Saufley, Editor and Propbietob TELLS SECRETS Reveals How She Won Sparc-lin- g Entered at the posteffioe at Stanford, Ky., as second class mail matter. Both issues a week, per year Subscription Rates $1.50 Eyes and Rosy Cheeks, "TANLAG DID IT" SHE SAYS Mrs. Lewis O. Starr, of Cleveland, Confides to Admiring Friends How She Got Healthy Color Back "How Well You Are Looking", They Exclaim. Cheerful and Happy, Too. 1.00 Twice a week, for 8 months . .75 Twice a week, for 6 months....... 40 Twice a week, for 3 months 1.00 Once a week, either issue, per year.... to all: paSubscriptions are per stops when time for which it is paid, is up E CLOTHING We are entering into Winter. It has come earlier than usual and every indication is it will be a long, late and cold one. We're nearing Christmas a time when we will want to dress up and mix with our friends. Both the cold weather and Christmas remind one of 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 countj; office is $10; for district office, $15; for city or magisterial office $5. No announcement will be made until fee is paid in advance.) For Sheriff J. H. LIVINGSTON. M. S. BAUGHMAN. For County Judge M. F. NORTH. If you suffer from nervousness so For Representative H. G. SKILES. badly that you can't sleep o' nights; if your complexion Is pale and muddy, your eyes have dark rings under them A lot of papers are carry compland life hardly seems worth living And imentary notices of the new Kentucky If you want rosy cheeks, clear, spark magazine. We received a copy of the ling eyes, restful sleep at night, bound- first issue, and read several articles ing red blood and perfect health-J- ust of interest. When we came to the take "Tanlac." to President gratuitous insults This is the advice of Sirs. Florence Woodrow Wilson, which the editor, Starr, of 17S9 Eust 68th sL, Cleveland. She is a charming young matron, wife whoever he is, permitted Capt. Alan of Lewis C. Starr, of the Robbins Con- - Gilmour, of Lexington, to weave into the "story" he furnished we threw ' 3255a?Pag . the magazine into the waste hasket. As the copy we received was a "free" copy, we suppose we oughtn't to express our real opinion about the matter, but if the editor will furnish up his name and address wTiich doesn't appear in the magazine, we will send him the price of a single copy and then tell him our real opinion of what he has misnamed a "Kentucky Magazine." The great spirit which seems to animate the man at all times, was never more truly manifested than, when right after the election, with politicians and party managers fretting over final returns, and campaign fervor still at white heat, the President addressing a crowd which came to congratulate him, said : "I want to say that now the campaign is over we must think of only one thing, and that is not of parties, but of the interests of the great country we all love. Let us forget all our differences and unite for common service. Only in that way can we work for the great Nation that has given us liberty and peace." The bootleggers of Laurel county are no "slouches" at their nefarious business. A negro named Will Clarke was caught making three sales of whisky in the toilet room of the government building at London while Uncle Sam's federal court was in session last week. The federal grand jury, sitting in the building at the time indicted him and he was promptly convicted. Can you beat it? SUITABLE CLOTHES Clothes for work and for dress, and we want to remind you that our store is a CLOTHING STORE. Clothes for every occasion and purpose Overalls, Corduroys, Kerseys, Cassi-merand Worsteds. Suits, Overcoats and Odd Pants for the small boy of 5 years to the grown man who wears a 50 any quality to $25 in men's; $3.50 you wantirr to $1 0 for the boys. These are ready made, ready to slip on and wear out. Then we tailor them to your measure, any style you want, guaranteed to fit you perfectly; to fit you like you want them, or no sale. Made to your measure at $15.00 to $35.00. es 07.50 CLOTHES FOR EVERYBODY AND FOR EVERY PURPOSE AND OCCASION McROBERTS & BALEY Hslf Our ClSSl QB53l&il0in& rearfpnt shv: - 4 sr. u 5i y , fc..M sttnrp is tfip mitfinrirpff ItfWkXli rim far fnr Rouafrlaiforecf-tO'Measur- e &gdd&&!&&j B11TlTniinrmrfLmWlWIWV--wrv-JrtJ.r,.Tr- at -. Suits ancC Overcoats 31 $i8Lo,$2o,$25,$30,$35awf$4o. LEVIS C. STARR, Who Attributes Rosy Cheeks to Tanlac. veying Belt Co. Mrs. Starr is a living picture of the value of her advice. MRS. g.T 'f.rw J- - 1 lm - Restored to Health. Mrs. Starr says that Tanlac has done more for her health than any remedy she ever tried before. She said: "I consider the day I heard of Tan lac the luckiest one of my life. I never knew before how much good n medicine could do in such a short time. "I was all run down. I suffered from dizzy spells and sometimes a kind of falling sensation. Could Get No Rest. "I would toss and roll all night and seemed to get no rest from my fitful sleep. My appetite was indifferent: no matter how attractive a meal I would Rheumatism Makes You Feel Old Pains And Aches Yield To Sloan's Liniment, The Family Friend. your joints become stiff' your circulation poor, and your suffering makes you irritable, an application of Sloan's Liniment gives you quick relief kills pain, starts up a good circulation, relieves congestion It is easier and cleaner to use than mussy plasters or ointments, acts quickly and does not clog the pores: It does not stain the skin. Youn don't need to rub it peneWhen Certainly fine for rheumatism, stiff neck, sciatica, lame back, toothTanlac is sold exclusively in Stan- ache, etc. For sprains, strains, bruises, black ford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. and blue spots; Sloan's Liniment reColeman, Proprietor. duces the pain and eases the sore Tanlac can now be obtained in fol- ness. lowing nearby cities: Moreland, AbIts use is so universal that you'll raham Minks; Hustonville, Adams consider Sloan's Liniment a friend of Pros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-bur- the whole family. Your druggist sells Joe MoWilliams; Middleburg, it in 25c, 50c. and $1.00 bottles. W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros.; Brodhead, John Robins; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. A. Horton. life." g, door would upset me and make me tremble. "I tried many remedies and kinds of treatment until one day a woman friend persuaded me to try this Tanlac. Relief Came at Once. "Within a week I began to feel better. The dizzy spells left me and 1 slept better. I found that in the mornings I would awake feeling cheerful and happy, and with a hearty appetite for breakfast Color came back into my cheeks and my friends began to speak of how well I looked. "Today I suffer no more from nervousness and everything in life seems brighter. The day I first heard of Tanlac was the luckiest one of my sit down to, my stomach seemed to turn against it immediately. I was io nervous that even the slamming of a trates. COAL. Rex 16 cents, spot tah. FOR SALE. Thoroughbred bronze toms at $5 each. Mrs. A. J. Gooch, at Fowle's. New car today. Ph- a by local applications as they cannot reach the ; car. There Is only one Stanford, R. D. 1. Phone 8150. 94-- 2 diseased portion of 96-lyour order now. Logan Westerfield of Paris, is the way to cm e deafness, the that Is by constitutionand d by an inflamed al remedies. Deafness Is guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Elmore. condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian FOR SALE. 17 yearling cattle, When this tube Is Inflamed you have a Tube. LOST. A black fur collarete on Will Reinhart, working at Colum- rumbling sound or imperfect bearing, and when weighing 550 pounds; quality good. riMilt, and Is It I 93-- 2 Somerset pike cr Junction City pike, bus, 0., in the railroad office, has unless entirely closed Deafness. be the can taken out and L. P. Nunnelley, Stanford. the Inflammation heartube restored to if found return to Pattie Peyton, colreceived an advance to $50 a month. this will be detroyed its normal condition, out of ing forever: nine cases which is nothing but ten are caused bv Catarrh, 96-lored and receive reward. LOT of New Druggets, 6x9 and 9 Deputy Jailer John DeBorde, of an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One riundred Dollars for any case, xl2 ; all grades. W. A. Tribble, StanCrab Orchard, has been here for sev- of Deafness (paused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured by IlallS Catarrh Cure. Send for circu- ford. 93tf. FOR RENT House of 6 room, eral days. lars, free. recently occupied by Hugh Noe; for F. J. CIIENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. Rev. J. Q. Montgomery, of Liberty, Sold by Druggists, 75c. LOST. A house key on Main rent for year 1917; possession at visited relatives and friends in Adair Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. 90-tf street or at the Baptist church. Re- once. A. T. Nunnelley. county last week, stopping a few ward for return to thiB office. hours in Columbia. Adair News. STRAYED to my place last week His many friends regret to know two sows. Owner can get same v FOR SALE. 10 faucet soda founcent (Ads here vori eacn Issue, cash that Earl Withers, the popular as- with order;are 1 ad lessa than 25c each issue.) y. no tain in nice shape; will sell at a bar- paying for ad and proving prope-tsistant to Tom Pence at his farming 95-2- p J. F. Miller, Stanford, Ky. gain. E. C. Walton, Stanford. 96-4- p implement, and buggy store, is ill at George L. Sudduth. POSTED. pike. his home on the Danville BAZAAR My annual bazaar TO THE FARMERS If you have The most beautiful lots ever offerSaturday, December 9th. V FOR RENT. Five room cottage on good beef cattle and hogs for sale, er for sale in Stanford are those to kinds of fancy work for Christnia-- . Celia Greer. call or phone E. C. Walton. Somerset street. Mrs. !ti-- l be sold on Dec. 16, 1916 by the MasHats below cost. Miss Ella May Sat ' -9G-l- p Commissioner of the Lincoln Cirter 96-t- i. ders, Stanford, cuit Court. Read his advertisement in FOR SALE. A few shocks of LOST. Pair of nose glasses and 96-- 1 this issue. NOTICF. All persons having acchain. Reward for return to this of- fodder and cane. A. C. Moore, R. D. 96-- 1 counts or claims against the estarf 4. Stanford. fice. of the late W. H. Murphy will present them properly proven to the unFOR SALE. Two jennets and a LOST. Boy's raincoat in Stan- dersigned executor on or before Jan. 1, 1917. All persons owing said esjack colt or would exchange for other ford or between StanrortT and go tate will please settle at once. J. H. stock. L. C. Bosley, Danville, Ky. Reward for rcrurn to J. F. Murphy, Exr. W. H. Murphy Estate. 96-- 6 96-2- p 96-- 1 Phone 301. Gover. 94-- J Stanford, Ky. Robert Dunn, son of Col. Ike Dunn Heard About Town Deafness Cannot Be Cured,. cau-e- I p. p. CENT -A- -WORD ADS or-e- ns to Mueller's Jewelry Store. lasting, For Christmas Goods that are beautiful and DG-2- p. Tur-nersvill- e. 20-Ye- ar in sums of $2,000 or more. No loan fee charged. Phone or Write FARM LOANS D. A. THOMAS Lancaster, Ky. Some Time You will be in need of printing of some kind. Whether it be letter- R. M. NEWLAND Headquarters for Best FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Stanford, Ky. Phone 168 and 45. Office of o fDanville, has just been appointed field representative for the Farmers' Home Journal to succeed R. B. McDowell, also of Danville, who has gone with a big stock broking firm. Dunn is a fine young man, a hustler "live wire" and that he and will "make good' for this big farm paper in every way, those who know him haven't the slightest doubt i the woi'ld. News has been received by his brother, Cliff Willis, that Ottis Willis, has gone to New Orleans with the racing stable of J. 0. Keene, for which he has been riding ana exercising horses. The youngster is about to obtain his jockey's license and will soon be sporting the colors of the big Keene stable. He gives every indication of going right to the head of the profession he is learning. His brother, here will probably go south in a short time to join him. all-round OLD PAPERS The I. J. has a lot of old newspapers for sale; fine for putting on shelves or under carpets; 25 for 5c while they last. 59-- tf Salesmen acquainted WANTED. in Kentucky capable ol with trade earning $125 or more per month. I New Towels See our stock of Fine opportunity to build up permanent and profitable business. Stetson Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 96-l- p FOR SALE. One mare and one horse, five and seven years old; two milch cows, wagon and buggy and harness, household and kitchen furniture: good piano, organ. Everything 'cheap. Call on Mrs. H. H. Jones, two 96-3miles west of Highland. p. Fine Turkish Towels Bath Sets at $1.50 to $3.50 25c to $1.00 Large Bath Towels at Guest-siz- e 19c to 25c Turkish Towels 5c and 10c Wash Cloths All colors, Pink, Blue and Gold. All colors shades in Sansilk f r edges. All and two-ton- e for colors in C. M. C. and Bucilla two-ton- e edges. -c STANFORD-DANVILL- E PASSEN- GER SERVICE 9 a.m. 3 p.m. Lv. (Hotels) Stanford Danville 10 a.m. 4 p.m. Lv. (Hotels) heads, statements wed-din- g member we can turn out the work at the f " THE O f. cTrcTs ASLE'?30 public sale bills, invitations or re- PRINT ING not the cheap kind but the Of Ail rates. Rates for other trips on appliAsaph Hotel office or Kinds cation at St. SERVICE STATION STANFORD Phone 300 Somerset street can get you highest prices for your land, stock, crops or household goods. Packages One fare $1.00 (Daily except Sunday) Round-tri- p delivered at reasonable $1.25 AUCTIONEERING I REMEiflrFORMENU AT YOL'rt DI7UGGI5T. - i lowest cost consistent good kind done here. with good work MwwwwwwywwMMx Sales Cried Anywhe3 JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Moreland. Severance & Son The Interior journal, Stanford, Kentucky1. Tuesday, December 5, 1916. Coras Loosen, Lift Right Off Nothing But "GETS-IT- " Will Do This to Corns and Calluses. tried lots of things to get rid of them salves that eat your toe and leave the corn remaining-- cotton rings that make your corns bulge out like pop- , If you've ever had corns, you'vo Pigmon, of Hindman, county, is with her son, Kelly Knott Francis and family. Miss Annette Wray, of Danville, has been the guest of Miss Frances Tate. Miss Mary Bailey SD?nt Thanksgiving at Cincinnati with Miss Kath-erin- e Mrs. Sallie Gregory. Mrs. W. T. Williams, of Lexington, is here at the bedside of her brother, Mr. J. M. Walter, who is quite ill. Judge and Mrs. S. J. Puch, c Clearance Sale of I f Till""""' r Lackey is at the guest of Mr. and Mrs. eyes, scissors and knives that make corns bleed and sore, harnesses and Sam C. Lackey. Mrs. Lackey has been bandages that fill up your shoe, press your foot feel quite ill for several weeks. on the corn and make like a paving block. "What's the use? Miss Alice Jones or Lexington was "Why not do what millions are doing, apply off take 3 seconds you and your "GETS-IT- ." here a short time Tuesday on her put stocking It dries, way to Artemus, where she will teach on right away, and wear your regucorn from lar ehoes.C'Yourright loosens painmusic. off. It's the toe. it lifts way. the less. It's the common-sens- e Miss Mamie Walter, of Lancaster, simplest, easiest, most effective way is here at the bedside of her uncle. in the world. It's the national corn-curNever fails. t Mr. James M. Walter, who remains "GETS-IT- " is sold and recommended by druggists everywhere. 25c a. quite ill hottle. or sent on receipt of price, by Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Collier, after & Co., Chicago, 111. B. Lawrence visiting Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Jones, Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy returned to Crab Orchard, Saturday. by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The London Echo. Penny Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Allen and children, of Millersburg, spent Sun Miss Ophelia Har-rodsbur- Yoa Can't Hide Corn Misery. Stop Fooling Tonight and Around I Uie "GETS-IT- " See the Corn Vanish, Vanceburg, are the guests of their daughter, Mrs. D. M. Walker. Miss Lissa Holtclaw, of Richmond, was the week end guest of Mips Lottie Carson. Mrs. James H. Mershon, of Lebanon Junction, has been here with relatives and friends. Miss Claudia Eaton, of Bell?vue, spent Thanksgiving here with relatives and friends. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Hart, of were in town Saturday for a short time. g, Tailored Suits, Dresses, Waists Beginning Tuesday we offer our entire line of High-Grad- e d Suits at Clearance Sale Prices. We have more than two hundred to select from, and all of these were bought for the most particular trade. If you have been waiting for a bargain now is your time, and come at once while assortment of sizes and colors' is complete. Man-Tailore- Hus-tonvill- e, ::::::::: Dresses Tailored Suits $75.00 Wapltex Velvet Suits, now $58.00 Finest Velour Suits, now $45.00 Wooltex Fur Trimmed Suits $39.50 Fur Trimmed Suits, now $35.00 Wooltex Check Velour Suits $25.00 Wooltex Suits, now $19.75 Tailored Suits, now $15.00 Tailored Suits, now $3.95--Sil- k e. day here with her parents, Col. and Mrs. E. P. Woods in the country. Prof. J. W. Ireland was here for a Dec. 16. Dr. Southwick in Julius short time Saturday shaking hands Caesar. with his friends, on his return from Dec. 9. Bazaar in rear of postof-fic- e Louisville to Bellevue. Mrs. Ben F. Jennings and little at 10 A. M. Ladles of Presby96-- 1 daughter, Mary Margaret, spent Tues terian church. The Beulah Walker Circle will meet day in Lebanon with relatives and with Mrs. J. C. Eubanks, Saturday, friends. Miss Myra Fisher, of Lexington, December 9th at 2 o'clock. returned home late last week after a John Owsely Reid has gone to Mar- pleasant visit to Miss Lucinda Lutes here. tinsville, Ind., on business. Miss Geneva Price, of Richmond Congressman Harvey Helm went who has been the guest of Miss Hesto Washington Sunday to attend the opening of the short seesion Monday. ter Belle Anderson, has returned J. A. Fagaly and family, who have home. T. D. Marcum Col. returned to his been visiting his parents and brotoday after thers in Lincoln, returned to Cincin- home toat Catlettsburg Mrs. E. C. Wal-a his daughter, visit nati Monday. Roy Goodpaster, of Mercer county, ton and Mr. Walton. came over last week and spent Route 2. Paint Lick. Mrs. Robert Harding and Miss MarThanksgiving with his brother, E. T. garet Harding, of Danville, have been Goodpaster, and family, east of visiting Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Van Stanford. Meter and family. Lexington Lead- Personal and Social $39.50 $37.50 $29.50 $25.00 $19.75 $19.75 $13.75 $9.75 $85.00 Afternoon Dresses, now $75.00 Afternoon Dresses, now. $50.00 Silk Dresses, now .!? $39.50 Silk Dresses, now $35.00 Serge Dresses, now $25.00 Serge Dresses, now $20.00 Serge Dresses, now $16.50 Serge Dresses, now $49.00 $45.00 $33.00 $25.00 $22.50 $19.75 $14.75 $11.75 Waists-$3.- 95 Special lot of single and odd Waists of Georgette, Crepe de Chenes, Silks, etc., that sold from $6.00 to $8.00. Nearly one hundred to choose from, at Choice for $3.95 Children's Wooltex Coats $9.00 We offer special lot of beautifully made Coats for children from 6 to J 4 years, made from remnants of the finest materials used in Wooltex Coats, and made as only Wooltex Coats are made, at choice for $9. The actual values of these coats are $15. Genuine Bolivia Cloth Coats The Coat for the Woman Who Knows On a special trip to Cleveland we were able to secure just seventeen genuine Silky Bolivia Cloth Coats, and as these were samples and no more cloth to be had, we bought them at $ 0 to $20 under price. Colors are Grey, Brown, Navy, Burgundy, Green and Black. 1 -- weak; sore lungs wq run-down, Lexington Leader. Mrs. J. J. Cozatt, of Pineville, was here a short time Saturday between trains. Mrs. Cozatt had been at Lebanon to see her daughter, Mrs. Carter, who is there in the hospital. Terrell Withers, brother of Earl Frank Hillman. j Withers, of this city, is quite ill, We guarantee Vinol for chronic threatened with typhoid fever at hit couphs, colds and bronchitis and for all home in the Hubble section. Mrs. weak, conditions. The Penny Drg Store, Stanford, Ky. Isa Tucker will nurse him. had tried everything suggested without help. One evening I read about Vinol and decided to try it Soon I noticed an improvement. I kept on taking it and today I am a well man. The soreness is all pone from my lungs, I do not have any cough and have gained fifteen pounds." weak and Bore. Restored To Health By Vinol Camden, X. J. "I had a deep seated cough, was and my lungs were of Lancaster's most beautiful girls. ed. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Elkin, of 15." North Broadway, have as their guest this week Miss Kathleen Walter, one I Our Special Christmas Stocks A great line of finest Solid Gold Jewelry for Women, Men and Children all direct from makers at a saving to you. Finest and largest line of Sterling Silver and Plated Silver in Central Kentucky. Everything from a 50c spoon to a $250.00 Tea Set. Parisian Ivory toilet articles of all kinds. Cut Glass and China, Baskets. Christmas Towels from 25c to $1.00. Umbrellas, McCallum Silk Stockings, Ladies Neckwear. run-dow- n z0te r rV. R. . 3F1 ROBERTSON & DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Jesse Hocker, of Transylvania University, .of Lexington, spent Thanksgiving with his father, Mr. J. S. Hocker. Grand Secretary Dave Jackson, of the Grand Lodge of Masons of Kentucky, passed through Stanford last week en route to London, where he said he went to pay taxes. He stopped by here for a few hours with Grand Master J. N. Saunders. Jake Meier has returned to the city and will open up the Queen City Bakery on Maple street. Jake is one of the boys that knows his business and we are informed he has many friends that will welcome him back to his "Old Home Town." Somerset News. Mrs. Jesse Traylor and daughter, Miss Sara Traylor, of Paris, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Traylor. Tomps Raney, J. D. Wearen, Dr. R. E. Taylor and W. C. Floyd, oC Lincoln county, were visitors in this city Monday. Miss Bess Montgomery, who is teaching in Lincoln county, spent Saturday and Sunday in this city. Casey County News. Miss Malinda Nave, of Georgetown College, and Mr. William Nave, of Asbury College, are at home for several days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Nave. The family went to Stanford where they attended a reunion at the home of Mr. Nave's sister, Mrs. S. L. Burdette. Harrods-bur- g THE STORE THAT SELLS WOOLTEX COATS, SUITS, SKIRTS We Are Showing a large variety of styles and leathers, from the conservative to the extreme. Let us fit you in a Florsheim Style of the Times, and you will thank us and the makers for the exceptional satisfaction that you will have found in this shoe for men. j We talk about Florsheims because we know their worth in our store let us fit you in that jSi esSiJrn ,. tcim U i,. " -- J I IV 7 .. v i r next pair you'll be well pleased and we'll have another permanent customer. PHILLIPS I. t and PHILLIPS MBmam The Store For The Man Who Cares i raised arch and. heel The "Oneida" unit of sfyle and comfort. a ELe 3F1E 3F1E TO'" n BEETd Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Carpenter, H. C. P. Chandler, of the Cedar Creek section has moved lo Garrard Carpenter and Miss Josephine Carwhere he will farm next year and penter spent Thanksgiving in Lexingorders his I. J. changed to Rural ton the guests of Rev. and Mrs. H. Mrs. J. F. Neighbors, of Louis- W. Carpenter. Mr. James Chandler, of Crab Orville, was here a Saturday on her way to Lancaster to visit her parents, chard, Misses Lucile and Sallie Mae Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne. She was Parson, of near town, spent Thanksmet here by Mrs. R. E. Hughes, of giving with Misses Ruth and Anna Louisville, who is visiting in Lancas Holtzclaw. ter, Miss Gladys Frisbie, Pearl Dick-erso- n Mrs. Kelly J. Francis, who has and Margaret Hughes. been at Louisvillle in a hospital for Mr. and Mrs. J. Fox Dudderar several months returned home last were hosts at a very elegant dinner week much improved in health. Mr. on Sunday. The guests were: Dr. and Francis went to Louisville and accomMrs. J. B. Perkins, Mr. J. N. Menefec, panied her home. Jr., and Miss Emma Kays, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Gover and son, Shirley, Mrs. J. W. McWhorter and Mrs. Gus of Lexington, spent the ThanksgivOwens, of Lexington. TIr. and Mrs. ing holidays at home at Crab OrchMr. Sam Pope ard. Mr. Gover is a student at TransGeorcre F. DeBorde, Miss Lucy Spoonamore, and Mr. ylvania. When they returned Monday and Zan Murphy, of Panama. morning in their car they took with them, Mrs. Wallace Gover and children of Crab Orchard, Miss Mary this WOMAN Burdette and Mrs. Mat Myers city, and Miss Ruth McColh n, of ' Crab Made Strong By Our Vinol Junction City. Mr. Gover, Fort Edward, N. Y. "I was in a run- Orchard, will join the house party down, nervous and weak condition, so I for the week end. could not do the housework for my little family of three. I had taken cod liver oil emulsions and other remedies without benefit. A friend told mc about :ime Vinol. I tried it and it soon built up my strength and made mc a well woman so I now do all of my housework." Mrs. Eljieb Gliddex. clock, go We guarantee Vinol to restore Jewweak strength and build up and debilitated conditions. 56-- 6 The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. UN-DOrun-down, Herald. A Gift Suggestion Portraits of the Children for Christmas, 1916 Make the Appointment Early If you want a good piece in a wrist watch, gent's watch, or to W. H. Mueller's elry Store. The Sacray Studio uca The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, December Heard About Town The tragedian boasted that nature was his only teacher. "That expression of surprise that you assume in the second act of your latest play is that copied from nature, too?" an admirer asked. "It is," said the tragedian. "But I had no end of trouble in getting it. To secure that expression I asked an intimate friend to lend me S25. He refused. That caused me no surprise. I tried several other iriends. They refused. Still I was not surprised. Finally I asked one who was willing to oblige me, and as he handed me the money I studied in a glass the expression of my own face. I saw surprise there, but it was not what I wanted; it was alloyed with the suspicion that the money might I was in despair. be counterfeit. Where should I find genuine sur- 5, 1916. BasEsssjgm : :. - ildrew Cry for Fletcher's i ;.v r ill iM '1 liliiMil MM'Mll il II'll IiPi1 ; r" n i . -- ft- .vr Wtfe Wm IB) RffB ts Pj W x fiy? Wff '2 Hind C-!y2- f. ..mm .w,"v WWiA-Wk- -- .;V.Wlk.X1l counterfeits, Imitations and " " are Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health but jjnacts and Children Experience against Experiment. of Just-as-good You Have Always Bought, and which has teen 2a i!se for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per-" S?& sonal supervision since its infancy. .,7-Allow no one to deceive you in this. , y?0 A Real Live Gift Store HERE IN STANFORD We have arranged this Christmas to make our place a real headquarters for Sani-- Ciaus, 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 prise?" "Well", said his admirer, "where did you get it?" "Then an idea struck me," the tragedian said. "I resolved upon a desperate course. I returned the $25 to my friend the next day, and on his astonished countenance I saw the expression I was in search of." Because of numerous inquirier as to which of the warring countries have been eliminated from parcel post exchange service with the United strria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its iwp r. scs guarantee. For more than thirty years it has cotttzatuniovihe relief of Constipation, Flatulency, t.ir.ii .C..C and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising ay regmating the Stomach and Bowels, aids :jio or Food: pivTna-& TiaaUn-n.. 1 ar,A i U1ULUJ' alAU .uttiUicu bleep. ' J. s 'I'ao .'cs-- Panacea The Mother's Friend. A,rop3 r a.-:ire-- What is CASTOR I A n -- tuorronci .,,,., ssmmm CASTORIA alwavc 4. to Bears the Signature of ijibihii ii w n j rrnTiir -- v A' JLr - o m mr 2 .f df jmcJPtMmmKiB 5nsa -- A Bewildering and Attractive Line of Christmas Gilts including toys of all kinds for the little fellows, Games, Books, Guns Sleds, Candies, in fact everything the childish heart could wisri 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 J. G. Weatherford, Admr., Julia Bu- ford, Plaintiff. Vs. Lincoln Circuit Court. Frank Buford, etc., Defendants. WimMmBlSMVMm&llfmLJLM!. ITTrmi ??&&&&&&&. Pursuant to judgment rendered in the Lincoln Circuit Court at its November Commissioner's Sale action, term, 1916, in the above styled the undersigned CommisF&M . Emma Kamenski, Plaintiff. sioner will on MONDAY, DECEMBER, 11, 1916. vs. Notice of Sale. County Court day, at 11 o'clock A. Caroline Kamenski, At Reduced Fares, on sale Daily to Defendants M., in front of the Court House door Pursuant to judgment rendered by in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at FLORIDA-CUBA-NE- W the Lincoln Circuit Court, at its 1916 public outcry to the highest and best bidder the following parcel of land, November term, in above styled ac- one and one-ha- lf miles, from Crab And All Resorts of the South tion, the undersigned Commisioner, Orchard on the Ottenheim pike and will on :rSi bounded by the lands of J. G. Morgan MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1916, Chappell, George the Parrish, Slop- - Over land along said and county court day at 11 o'clock in pike containing 29 or 30 acres of FINAL LIMIT FOR RETURN, MAY 31, 1917 front of the courthouse door m Stan- land. made Sale on credit of six months, ford, Kentucky offer for sale, at pub- purchaser to execute bond bearing Mflgjaaai... .j; nmmamuaraj ror compscie lniormauon ana aescnpuve lic outcry to the highest and best 6 per cent, interest from date of sale literature, call on nearest TICKET AGENT bidder the following described tract until paid with approved personal vrite to bonds to be of realty situated in Lincoln county, security.Said Commissioner payablelien undersigned and Passenger and Ticket Agent Kentucky, on the waters of Buck retained on land sold to secure the tSk&tft 3flWSf 3 g Creek: Beginning at two white oaks; payment of same, having force and 11C P, Mnin Cfrot I FYINr.TflN -- . . ..... . .., rv nrirmza "" thence N. 83 W. 18 poles to a hickory; effect of judgment. E. D. PENNINGthence N. 39 W. 20 poles to a fallen TON, M. C. L. C. C. white oak; thence N. 18 "W. 2G poles to two poplars; thence N. 55 W. 31 o1 poles to a white oak; thence N. 6 W. ommissioner s Dale 36 poles to a white oak and dog wood; thence N. 81 W. 19 poles to a white Pursuant to a judgment of the oak and dog wood; thence S. 48 2 Lincoln Circuit Court at the NovemW. 36 poles to a beech and sugar ber term 1916 in the action of W. E. tree on the bank of the creek; thence Perkins, etc., vs B. F. Howard, etc.. S. 42 2 E. 58 poles to a beech and and Crab Orchard Banking Co., and ash; thence S. 46 E. 65 poles to a n against same, the unpoplar and two beeches; thence S. 27-1- dersigned Commissioner will on W. 27 poles to a hickory and beech; thence N. 59 E. 38 poles to a MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1916, beech and ash; on the bank of the county court day at about 11 A. M., Crab Orchard Fork creek; thence up in front of the courthouse door in the creek N. 30 E. 14 poles to a Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at pubU-- rbuckeye; thence N 1 2 E. 12 poles lic outcry to the highest and best bidi to a small white oak; thence N. 59 E. der the tract of about 120" acres of 8 poles to a sassafras; thence N. 68 land, about four miles from Crab OrE. 14 Boles to a double horn bean: chard in Lincoln county, Kentucky, thence N. 35 E. 26 poles to a sweet bounded on the north by land of gum; thence N. 3 E. 10 poles to a Graham ; on the east by Somerset and red elm; thence N. 73 W. 24 poles Crab Orchard turnpike; on the south to a black oak sapling; thence N. 45 by land of Schrader; and on the west W. 60 poles to the beginning, con- by the land of Jacob Jesswein. The object of the sale is to satisfy taining 82 acres and 102 poles, more the debts owing by Ben Howard to or less. Crab $340 is sold for Prompt attention muit be giv of Said land of proceeds, the purpose with 6Orchard Banking Co., for Sept. per cent, interest from division and is sold on a credit of six months, purchaser 15, 1916 and to W. E. Perkins for 6 per cent interest en ailing stock so that farm work may not be delayed. to execute bond to Commissioner, $500 with 1915, until paid andfrom the due in that time, bearing six per cent Dec. 22, interest from Bell Telephone Service on the farm enables you with approveddate of sale until paid, costs. sale will bo. made on the a The personal surety. Lien to get the veterinary quickly. on Ifnd sold to secure pay- credit of six months, bond with good retained ment, having force and effect of security will be required of the purto the Commissioner, chaser, also keeps you in touch with the markets and judgments. D. PENNINGTON, M. bearing payable cent, interest from It 6 per 93-3C L. C C. your neighbors. date of sale until paid, having the This November 22, 1916. force and effect oT a judgment and land. E. secured by a If there is no telephone on your farm write to- Livery and Auto Service PENNINGTON,lienM.on the C. C. 93-3- F D. C. L. day for our Free Booklet. Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Buggies; Open Day and Night. Address :- Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Trial, We Will Please You. Farmers' Line Department. H. H. Carter, Manager. Phone 5. Calls answered day or night. HIGHEST PRICES PAID CARTER & CARTER, Stanford. Ky. J. W. ACEY, Proprietor l li6 Lincoln r oaroiacy STANFORD, KENTUCKY States the postoffice depai'tment has issued a statement which will furnish valuable information to naturalized citizens who ordinarily remember their relatives in the "old country" with packages during the Christmas season. Parcel post service according to the announcement, has been temporarily suspended between the United States and Austria, Hungary, Belgium, northern France, including the provinces in the war zone, Germany and the Netherlands, or Holland. The latter country is uncertain of mail because of the Encommunication glish Channel is in the war zone and delivery cannot be guaranteed. A special warning has been issued to the public against mailing Christmas packages to parts of the countries named. The service will be resumed as soon as conditions warrant. m wy '? "?.u or Over fears S3S5ggffi itind You Have Always Bought THS CENTAUR COM PAN V. NCW YORK CITV For that Christmas Dinner Oysters, Celery, Cranberries, Dried Fruits of fancy quality. Fruits, foreign and domestic. Everything to make your Thanksgiving dinner the best ever. h c ommissioner s SaL GEORGE H. FARRI: WINTER TOURIST Phone No, 1 S3 For Your We have a nice supply of Straight Creek and Den-haBlock Coal on hand and can fill your order promptly m ORLEANS -- Car-nent- er, Liberal Privileges 1 -.., 93-3F- s. c 1-- 1-- cross-petitio- -2 Phone No 153 wMillmP imp Come STANFORD, KY 1-- at once! Try Our i my horse is sick. mv& Cambria Steel Farm Fence Just Received Fs W. H. HIGGINS -- M BH -- ! STOP AT- - CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED Remittance Mailed on Day Shipment is Received THE GALT HOUSE, WHEN IN LOUISVILLE. EUROPEAN PLAN GOOD ROOMS $1.00 PER DAY. FINE DINING ROOM WITH EXCELLENT SERVICE AND LOW PRICES. MEETS TRAINS. TURKISH AND ELECFREE AUTO-BU- S TRIC BATHS. WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS. J. GREENBERG, Manager 1 BOX 339, FRANKFORT, KY. Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, Tin ning and Guttering Oruranteed. Myers' Pumps and Gray Engines Phone 188 "When In Doubt Take a Bath." W. K. WARNER No Commission to Pay Write for Price LUt and Shipping Taga M. Sabel & Sons Incorporated Established KV- 1856 The I. J. is only $1.50 a year twice a week; $1 for once a week. . Stanford, Ky. LOUISVILLE, The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentuckyc Tuesday,' December 5, 1916. Page Seven -- Commissioner's Sale of Severe Loss To County Was Death of W. D. Hanson In West End Last Week Moreland, Dec. 5. y t Splendid Building Lots IN STANFORD In obedience to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at the November term, 1916 in the action of Mrs. Sallie Varnon, etc., against Mrs. Sallie Varnon's Trustee, the undersigned Commissioner will on Saturday, Dec. 16, 1916 beginning at 10 a. m. on the premises offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, the "Van Deveer property" in the Southern suburbs of Stanford, Lincoln county, Ky., in the following () 1 9-ro- om sub-division- Another splendid old citizen of Lincoln county was caned to the reward of the faithful when the spirit of William David Hanson passed over the river last Thursday at his home near Moreland. His death came as a distinct shock to the many friends and loved ones of this good man. Mr. Hanson had been suffering from bronchial pneumonia only a. few days, but no one suspected the end so near, thus it is a great blow to all and sincere regret was expressed on all sides and sympathy extended to the members of the family in their hour of great bereavement. Ordinarily a vigorous man, Mr. Hanson had lately begun to break with the passing of years, and was unable to throw off with his accustomed ease the attack which resulted fatally when first he contracted a severe cold. He was in his 69th year and tired nature after a gallant fight, was unable longer to resist the encroachment of time, and the fine old gentleman passed over to that bourn from which no traveler e ir returns. Mr. Hanson was horn in TIhrspII county, Virginia, Sept. 18, 1846, the son of James Madison and Marguerite Dickerson Hanson and a member of one of the mosl prominent families of that state. Soon after the Civil War, Feb. 4,1873, he was married to Frances Gilmer and they lived happily together until Nov. 15, 1913, when she was very suddenly removed from her earthlv home to her heavenly home. Eleven children were given to this union, all of whom are still living and were present to gether with their husbands and wives. Messrs. Cart C. Stuart and James Mesdames R. F. Steele, Wm. Bukler, and M. D. Clay, of Virginia, and Misses Ruby, Kate, Mary and Pearl, who are at home. He is also survived by eight brothers and sisters. Throe brothers and two sisters were present when he died. In early life he became a membef of the Methodist church and through out his long life was ever devoted to the work for the cause of his Master. He was ready for the summons when the Death Angel came for him, and behind him leaves an example which will ever be a brigTit an seining light for his children and those who come after him. Mr. Hanson served as representa tive from his county in Virginia in 1898 and was always identified with s: a other outbuildings. Lot No. 9, of about 6 acres, containing frame metal roof dwelling, a barn and 10 to 20, both inclusive, will then the interests of the Democratic parT. W PENNINGTON, ty in the state. Not only was he inDENTIST terested in politics but in school just Myers House Flats Stanford, Ky. as well, he being an intellectual man, Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 -2 a great school enthusiast. He had HUBBLE HONOR ROLL for a number of years been the trusThe following is the list for the tee of the Moreland public and graded school and has done his duty to month ending Dec. 1st. Third Grade. T. D. Bell. the utmost ability. Considering other Fourth Grade. S. B. Sanders, Jr. things Mr. Hanson was an exceptional good farmer. He moved his family James Franklin Wallin. Sixth Grade. Vada Wallin to this place from Virginia 13 years G. T. ago and bought the farm which is on Bourne, Teacher. the Milledgeville pike, east of town. After which by great tact and good management he accumulated a worthy fortune. The farmers of the neighborhood will miss one who was Old Friends always ready to lend his service when they needed his service. Mr. Hanson was one of Lincoln's most distinguished citizens and was in the forefront of all public spirited enterprise. He was in every meaning of the word, public spirited, kind and charitable, a devoted husband and father and the kind of men who are the backbone of the state. He was in childhood a good boy, a fine youth as I and a noble man. Wo nrp enr-never had an enemy and doubt if ever a word to his detriment could in truth have ever been uttered against him. He was a typical speciman of the old Virginia M. Casey, D. V. M. DR. R. E. TAYLOR, lucky to tpye and indeed one was John possess his friendship. Ye Sne through life .Ve.teri?ry Surgeon Our community is sad at the news Graduate of the Cincinnati Veterin- together and whenever Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College YY - pn for it feels that Lincoln county and I've felt a cold coming our state has lost a noble and a most on, Dr. King's New Discovery .? exceptional character. He was in tk stopped it truth of that progressive type of citSTANFORD, KENTUCKY. izen without which a state and comJne healing balsams soothe the irritated membranes, the mild laxamunity must need lag in the struggle tive quality expel the cold germs, the L. Beaziey & Co., for a place in the sun and he was CONTRACTING raw cough strained throat is reone of the leaders of that. hiVh turn. lieved, the tight chest loosened, the See B. L. FAGALY for Contracting and always to be found at the very rasping cough eased, the cold is and Building of any sort Houses, front of everv movement for tno ad stopped. vancement and For nearly half century Dr. King's Barns, Etc. Stanford, Kentucky, his state and hisuplift of his county, community. New Discovery has been the stand-TA The immense number nf npnnlo rei?2dy for coughs and colds, for who attended the funeral at his home, I old ana young. At all druggists. CAPT. AM BOURNE "Virginian" was a tribute to the high T lrAfr-i-!rtT- r F.rr:1 AUCTIONEER. LANCASTER KV standing ana noble life of the splen' high dollar at your sale all the did gentleman. Rev. Hockenberry, The Oi the pastor of the deceased and Dr. BOOKKEEPING rZ, Ol r J ix irnone to Otanrora, JSATr j time and at lowest price; sales , Fisher ttf Millersburg and who has Busines,3,Phonography TYPEWRI i INtiand T lSCV. Phone 364A Lancaster nf .ny expense been a consistent friend of the fami- h ly for a number of years preached TRT.EGRAPHY J. C. McCLARY the funeral after which the burial WILBUR R.SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE WHEN YOU COME TO DANVILLE took place at the Pruitt cemetery beIta President ha yearn of experience in mercantilo side his wife. end banking biiRinesc, also o years educating 20.WX) Hitch With for Rncceer. B5B"Enter now. The pallbearers were Messrs. A. young men and women SSIiril.JLexInston.ay. W. Carpenter, B. C. Sandidge, Fnrris idircssWUCBCB B. M. J. FARRIS, Jr. Sandidge, Jerry Briscoe, Isaac HubTREES bard and David Lewis. NEW LIVERY Those present from a distance Fruit and Shade Trees, Shrubs, RhuCareful Attention to Hitch, Feed and were: J. D. Hanson and W. P. Han- barb, Grape Vines, Asparagus, Roses son, of Illinois, Mrs. Scott Gilmer, J. Phlox, Peonies, etc. No Agents. New Board Horses. F. Hanson, R. F. Steele. M. P. Clay, Catalog Free. Everything for Or4th Street Phone 32 Thurmond' of Virginia. Prof, and Mrs. Charles chard, Lawn, Garden. Undertaker Embalmer Fisher, of Millersburg, and Mr. and H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS Old Stand Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 Mrs. LeRoy Buckelson, of Versailles. Lexington, Ky. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY . STANFORD, KY. i Friend, W. B. Moser. Nurserymen Since 1841 1a be sold separately, and then as a, whole and the bid accepted which realizes the greater sum. These lots range in acreage from about 2 to 3 acres. (3) Lots to 8, both inclusive will then be sold separately and as a whole and the bid accepted which realizes the greater sum. These lots range in acreage from about 2 to 7 acres. Lots 0 to 20 inclusive contain in the aggre gate about 30 acres and lots to 8 inclusive contain in the aggregate about 20 acres. Lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15 face Somerset street with frontage ranging from 135 to 80 feet and an average depth of over 600 feet. Lots 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 face on "Cut-Off- " pike with frontage ranging from 45 to 80 feet and an average depth of over 600 feet. Lot of about 7 acres faces "Cut Off" pike and reaches town branch and has a tenement house of three rooms. Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 are to face a new 30 feet street leading to Somerset street at Menefee and McRoberts corner near old pond. Lots 7 and 8 face Somerset street in front of P. ?vj. McRoberts and contain about 2 acres each. The whole tract to be sold as above indicated is in southern suburbs of Stanford, Lincoln county, Kentucky, bounded on the north by land of Menefee and St. Asaph Branch; east by "Cut Off" pike and W. P. Grimes; south by J. S. Hocker and Mat Myers; west by Somerset Street and containing about 57 acres. The object of the sale is for a reinvestment of the proceeds. TERMS: The sales will be on a credit of six months. The purchasers will be required to execute bonds with good security, payable to the Lincoln Trust Company as Trustee, bearing 6 per cent, interest from date of sale until paid, having the force and effect of judgments and secured by lien on the property sold. 1- (2) Lots -2 Until you serve it, you will never Know how much pleasure coffee can give put up in sealed, dust-pro- of packages, carefully They know now that to get good to protect it from moisture,wrapped dirt and coffee, the coffee itself must be right. store odors. It arrives in your kitchen with all its original strength There are hundreds of varieties and flavor. of coffee grown. The coffee itself must be put up by men who Have in your home the enjoyknow coffee. Arbuckles' Coffee is. ment of drinking the coffee which, It is put up by Arbuckle Bros., the of all the coffees in America, is the greatest coffee merchants in the most popular! Solve your coffee world. There is more of it sold problem in the identical way a than any other coffee that is why million other women have. Serve Coffee is 1 1 1 -- A million other women have learned what good coffee means they have solved this question in their homes for all time. And no matter how good coffee itself is, if it isn't well taken care of; it makes a poor drink. Arbuckles' 1 1 1 1 1 r i t 1 r. at they can afford to give you the biggest value for your money. Arbuckles Coffee tomorrow know how much pleasure coffee can give. PROFESSIONAL AND Auto Bus Between BUSINESS CARDS Danville and Stanford Daily Except Sunday Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. I am prepared to vaccinate for Anthrax, Black Leg, and all other Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at tock diseases. 9:00 j. m. and 1:S0 p. m. JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, Bundles and Packages Carried at Phone 204. Stanford, Ky. Low Charges O. L. MINKS. ProDrietor VACCINATE UNDERTAKER, WAYNESBURG. We carry a large and complete stock of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. Phone: Farmers' line No. ; Woodstock line No. J. M. REYNOLDS HARRY JACOBS Dealer In Fine Monumental Work Cemetery Hill, Phone 164 V. W. BURGIN Stanford, Ky. Closed on Saturday DENTIST Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays To the Public: at Crab Orchard Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays j I represent the largest and best at Stanford orIfr clothing house in this countrv Chicago. III. ily Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding td V. Prl'e and Co.. and directing the makmeasuring made-te-,j- J. B. PERKINS Rooms 28-2- 9, Phone 214 DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. KY. E. D. Pennington, M. C. L. C. C. in ing of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will gie roe your order, I will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of yonr money, cither in the cheapest grades or the higher prices. Sly FALL and WINTBK line of"" samples is now ready, for yonr in-DT TD7 'C'V Practical Tailor Stanford. Ky. spection. Can now and let me show you. n.VoIVUrLLil JfeJ3S8Bi ( J, isb Ye "Dutchess" Trousers BST IN THE WORLD YmJWM We Are Showing All the New Fall Patterns A Imv Ms These goods are made by pant makers who know how never rip, buttons never come off, and they are shrunk before making. These are given up to be the best trousers D"TC&a made. Robinson's u M - -- i v- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, December 5, 1916 SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW Look At Our Wonderful Auto Tire Bargains Use Our High Proof Monticello "68" Gravity Gasoline, Well Worth 30c per Gallon, Our Cash Price 24c It is a higher explosive and produces more miles per gallon. It is free from carbon and does not corrode your spark plug. . It is far the cheapest gas you can use. Try it once and be convinced. We sell the best auto tires on the American market, such brands as KELLY SPRINGFIELD, CORD, UNITED STATES, GORDON TRIANGLE and VICTOR SPRINGFIELD. For spot cash we will allow you from 10 to 20 per cent on all above tires. A few great bargains in Victor Springfield, Reg. price $14.50 and $18; our cash price $7.99 and $10.99 until sold out. SIL-VERTO- N 108 NORTH SECOND STREET w ARNOLD bon county. John H. Williams, a Pembroke farmer in Shelby county, holds the record for obtaining high prices for hogs this year. He sold two Duroc sows from his herd the other day, one bringin $400 and the other $20. J. T. Anderson, of Hurricane Mills, Tenn., has just purchased of Allen S. Edelen, of Burgin, several head of registered saddle stock, composed of three young daughters of Bohemian King, a stallion by the same sire, and the noted matron, Goodie Goodman, by Star McDonald, and in foal to Bohemian King. i Clyde Curtis lost ty death a valu , - DANVILLE, IBJOTEXSXSass KENTUCKY tWMf.,-.W- M Farm and Stock News 14. James H. Wright reserves for his sale of live stock, milk cows, horses, mule hogs, household and kitchen furniture. See adv. Fri9(5-- 1 day. D. G. Fox has just returned from jMonticello, Wayne county, where he disposed of 37 yearling mule colts at Dec. auction at the fair grounds. Prices obtained were satisfactory. This makes 100 head of young mules Mr. Fox has sold at auction sales during the past eighteen months at Monti- - cello. Danville Advocate. Mr. Farmer come in on Saturday, Dec. 1G,191G and buy a large lot in VanDeveer addition. Big enough for garden, chickens and cow. Build a house to suit yourself. Bring your family to town where your children 9G-- 1 can attend splendid school. W. M. Goodwin and Frank LeBus, of Cynthiana, and the former's son, Dr. W. H. Goodwin, of University of Virginia, have purchased of Preston and Harry Hicks their farm of 150 acres, at $131 per acre. The farm is located on the McKee pike in Boui- - able black mare worth $200. He does not known what killed her. John J. Allen, of Hustonville, purchased a fat hog of Sam Retherford at nine cents a pound. Sam Retherford bought of George Goode, both of the West End, four shoats at $G a head. 2G5-pound Acid In Stomach U WiJ'S W0NDERFUL RFMFnV Sours the Food, and ijjiiwjv ,i,Vjijra Causes Indigestion '" rVfiftffl 1n1 '-- MffT -- The Interior Journal takes every possible precaution to see that every subscriber receives a paper each week. Nevertheless, papers sometimes go astray and we are always glad to mail another copy to any subscriber whose paper fails to arrive. Drop us a postal cai'd or call us up and another copy will be gladly sent. Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of Fixes Sour the Stomach and Intestines, Gassy, Upset Stomachs In Five Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and other fatal ailments Minutes result from Stomach Trouble. ThouIf what you just ate is souring on sands of Stomach Sufferers owe your stomach or lies like a lump of their complete recovery to Mayr's lead, refusing to digest, or you belch Wonderful Remedy. Unlike any gas and eructate sour, undigested other for Stomach Ailments. For food, or have a feeling of dizziness, sale by The Penny Drug Store, Stanheartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste ford, Ky. in mouth and stomach headache, you can surely get relief in five minutes. Dec. 14. James H. Wright reAsk your pharmacist to show you serves for his sale of live stock, milk the formula, plainly printed on these cows, horses, mule hogs, household fifty-cecases of Pape's Diapepsin, and kitchen furniture. See adv. Frithen you will understand why dys- day. 9G-- 1 peptic troubles of all kinds must go. and why it relieves sour, stomachs or indigestion in five rr' We have discovered a wonderful tes. "Pape's Diapepsin" is harmless; cure of dyspepsia and indigestion, tastes like candy, though each d' simple and harmless, but will digest and prepare for assimila- and permanent. Send $1.00 effective for fortion into the blood all the food yor mula. You should have it always eat; besides, it makes you go to the ready for emergency. It may save table with n healthy appetite; but you untold suffering. C. S. Hart, Medical Co., Oconto, Wis. 4 what will please you most, is that you will feel that your stomach and intestines are clean and fresh, and you will not need to resort to laxatives or liver pills for biliousness or constipa- Tape's Diapepsin" Auto-Intoxicati- on, nt out-of-ord- er Why Suffer? 94-2- tion. This city will have many "Pape's Diapepsin" cranks, as some people will call them, but you will be enthusiastic about this splendid stomach too, if you ever take it for indigestion, gases, heartburn, sourness, dyspepsia, or any stomach misery. Get some now, this minute, and rid yourself of stomach misery and in90-- 1 digestion in five minutes. ENTHUSIASM RAMPANT WHEN THE FLOOR AVERAGE FOR THE OPENING DAY MONDAY WAS $16.52 WITH 90,000 POUNDS SOLD. Monday was a big day on the Danville breaks and tobacco growers are enthusiastic over i the splendid prices which were realized at the opening sales. It is estimated that fully a record-breakin- g THE MARKETS Cincinnati Hogs Receipts 8,300 head; steady; packers and butchers, 8.25; pigs and lights, $G.259; stags, ?6.258.25. Cattle Receipts 2,400 head; active; steers, $5.50 9.50; heifers, $57.50; cows, $4.50 6.75; calves steady, $4.50(5)11.50. Sheep Receipts 100 head; strong, Strong, $7.50(5)11.50 $4(5)7. Lambs Chicago December wheat closed at $1.G2 3-- 8. $9.G010; common to choice, $7.25 thousand farmers were present and all were greatly pleased with the prospects for prices for their tobacco. They were given polite and courteous treatment at the Bring your tobacco to Danville when it Apto- i vj ras r r"The Kind Mother Uses' "Every time mother gets out Calu met I know there's going to be good things to eat at our house. Delicious, tender, tempting, doughnuts, biscuits, cakes and pies! I've never seen a bake-da- y failure with Calumet. Mother says it's the only Baking Powder that insures uniform results." m zzar Danville houses, and realize that their every interest is looked after with the utmost care " W9 Received Hitrfitf A. rards. C " Fr" S"y 2 and faithfulness on the part of the management. it is ready. We do a strictly commission business. Free stables and no rejection fee. Dec. 14. James H. Wright reserves for his sale of live stock, milk hogs, household and kitchen furniture. See adv. Fri9G-- 1 day. cows, horses, mule HARRY SOMMERS SAYS The Lexington grand jury in its report says most of the crime to that cityis due to liquor. What is true in Lexington is true everywhere. preciating your past patronage, we hope you will see your way clear to bring us your bacco, guaranteeing you the highest market prices, absolutely accurate weights and an all around square deal. You are cordially invited to attend our opening sale, December 4th. Last year Stanley carried Kentucky by 400. This year Wilson carby 27,000. This ried Kentucky represents the difference between Wilson and Stanley. PEOPLES' TOBACCO Incorporated WAREHOUSE CO. 1 ALLEN HEIATT, Asst. Manager Walnut Street Warehouse 'ti j. JOHN S. VAN WINKLE, Secretary JESSE W. OVERSTREET, Asst. Manager People's Tobacco Warehouse Jewelry Store. Harrison county, shall counties also vctories, while in drys captured 11 In solid silver Spoons, etc., I have a large assortment. W. H. Mueller's 96-- 6 1 ifijLSi f ''-"I- Danville, Kentucky I..JM.DUNN, President Carter and Mar-eave lieavy dry Montgomery thr out of 16 mf . Qvl 7n I Cheap and big can Baking Powders donot save you money. Calumet does it's pare and far superior to sour milk and soda. HMilMaOTB f fi,i . jr . jy"