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Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, December, 29, Owsley's Hat In Ring Revenue Man in Raid ? J 9! 6. Tuesdays and Fridays Lida Belle Denham Faints And Falls Prominent Lawyer Announces For Uncle Sam's Officer fjinhirr Twn As Carrier on Route No. 5 to Assist County Attorney Against Open Grate 'Shiners And Destroy Booze Father in Sheriff's Office. One Man Killed And Others Wounded The Interior Journal is authorized Lida Belle Denham, Without having his clothes off for Frank Weatherford, for several Little Charley Reed Was Working As In Shooting Affray In Crowded daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Den- todav to announcR J. S nralou QC four days and nights Waiter In Lexington Hotel and without a years carrier on Rural Route No. 5 ham was severely burned on her a candidate for Cnnntv Attnmow nf wink of sleep, save Schoolhouse Mother Happy Again snatches on horse out of Stanford, has resigned his nuiii, ciicerw. eur iiiiu arm on i.nrisr-- 1 Lincoln county, subject to the action uacir, deputy internal Revenue Col- sition, in order to devote his time to mas night about 11 o'clock. Had it of tne Democratic primary in Aug- Only for the courage and extreme not been for the presence of mind of 'usc iyf ' Judge uwsley needs no in- - lector Rowan Saufley returned to his the sheriff's office, where he will Santa Claus was certainly good to home here SatnrHsiv from tho YirA serve as Mr. presence of mind displayed by Miss her little d sister, Flor traduction to the democrats of Lincoln moonshine raid he has been on in mainder an active deputy for the re- west and Mrs. C. R. Reed, six miles of his father, Sheriff J. G. Jttinelle Pruitt, teacher of the Har- - ence, tne little girl might have been county. He served as Commonwealth's Jtiamn county since Dec. 1st. On this Weatherford's term. Joe T. Embry, pike. of Stanford, on the Danville Attorney of this district and after- last terrible injured. While raid, the biggest of the three, Jr., is carrying the route, from here xis Creek school, west of Milledge were out of the room, she her parents wards as County Judge and On Christmas Eve Mr. Reed found became sick made a ville and in this county, a wholesale at her stomach and fainted and fell splendid record in each position. He nOtiOnlv Were two mountain mnnn. to Hustonville, Moreland and back as in Lexington their son, shine destrnvpd. nnH n temporary carrier, at present, until Charles Morgan Reed, who g has been massacre of the school children and into the fire place and against the has been a democrat, alwaj large distilleries of beer, quantity two a civil service examination is held, it missing for over a month. He took the thpir fripnHs onrl nnfrnnc Wn fnor hot grate. The little girl : icreamed for working and fighting for the party's 'shiners were cantured. An but instnnf is understood, and a new appoint- lad back to his mother, Sunday night, .mo.theV a,d at the same time, interests, and is in every way excep- later, and one ed there for the Christmas tree wJher of them would undoubt ment made. Mr. Weatherford had and this tionally well Qualified caught hold of her sister and v ttif. nnc. edly; nave killed several of Uncle the distinction of putting on the first happiest Christmas was one of the Saturday night would undoubtedly her away from the fire, which dragged i tion- - He issues merely afor that this mother whose had not formal card Samfs officers who wpi-- on his have taken place. When trouble arose revived her from the fainting spell. I tn? democrats of Lincoln, in mak- automobile route in Lincoln county, heart had been almost breaking with His name is Cal Nanier ami whn ho and was always prompt and efficient grief over the disappearance between Wm Benedict, Tom Thornton, Dr. O'Bannon wAs hurriedlv snmmnn intr his announcnmpnt n fniiiro of her Steve Benedict and George Thornton, ed and dressed the injuries. He says To The Democrats of Lincoln County government raiders came to his place with "the service he gave those re- little son has ever known. ue iiiu iu some nay in the barn. His ceiving mail in his territory. which the teacher saw would result in Mr. Reed came to town Monday I will appreciate on account of the shooting, she yelled to the little ones thatthe little girl, it is prompt rescue the office of Countyyour support for trusty rifle was thrust through the afternoon and was pnnrrnfiilnfo-n by Attorney prom- stack, and he was "covering" probable that to drop to the floor and lie still. Sev- the burns will leave no scars. all sides for finding the boy. The story the apising if elected to discharge my duties proach to the loft when Deputy Colenteen pistol shots were fired, in the faithfully. v,i v,,c iiiuc piuulfUl 5UUI1 tOlll. llKe lector Saufley and Boyd Kelley came fusillade which followed and when K. P. many another boy, who doesn't real Very truly, BANQUET FRIDAY NIGHT up on the side, before Napier caught Coming To Opera House Under Aus- ize just now cold and barren the smoke cleared away Wm. Benedict the wide J. S. OWSLEY. One of the delightful affairs of the sight of them, stepped quickly on the was dead, his son was world is until he goes up against it, pices of Stanford Graded School protruding barrel of the 'shiners' shot through a leg, Mike Gaddis was Christmas season will be the K. P. young Reed thought it would be fine Winchester, and then covered him shot in a leg and George Thornton, banquet at the I. O. 0. F. hall Friaway and be run The Gladys Beulah Powers Com- - to with' their revolvers. The other maker Uanv Of New York is tn nnnpnr of f no He admits that he was anxious tofree. who fired the shot that killed Bene- day night, Dec. 29th. Prominent memget dict was wounded in one hip, and a bers of the order, including grand Well Known Democrat Issues Strong of illicit whisky was named Jerry opera house of Stanford on the even-enin- g away from parental influence and disBurgin, and he was captured with -- ara bullet had passed through his coat lodge officers, will be here from all 10 Lincoln Voters of 17, 1917 under the cipline for a little while. He accommuch less trouble. His house was sur- auspices JanuaryGraded and shirt. The Christmas Tree cele- this section of the state. A delightful plished his purpose almost at of the v W. A. Carsnn rounded in the night time, and he was rowers herself is one School. Miss of his mother's life, however, the cost nno nf V. bration, which had been just half con- - menu will be served. The members He had of the best cllldpd. VT1S rvillpd nff 'fnr thp PVPnintr will first meet at the lodge room at known democrats of Lincoln counts; captured without trouble. Napier had known and most versatile of enter- his fling, and Mr. Reed says that as everyone left" the building as quick- 7:30, where a welcome address will autnonzes the Interior J6urnal today his malt corn ready to brew right in tainers, and the lad is just as glad to be ly as possible. Men who went to the be delivered bv Rowan Sanflp.v. Af to announce him n n mvwi ;,!.,- .?... his house with him, and this the offi appearance the announcement n of her home as his parents are to have back should nssnrp him schoolhouse the next morning said, ter adjounrment to the banquet hall, the Democratic nomination for Jailer cers aestroven ns win nc nhnut Azn crowd at the entertainment in Stan- - there again, safely in the family fold. that from the blood from the wound- the following program will be observ- of Lincoln county. Having served a gallons of beer, ready to be made in iord. lhe program for the evening It was due to the detective work ed, on the floor, the building looked ed: term as assessor and made the race to moonsnme whisky, at each of the is replete with novelties, and is as that the father himself did, more than plants operated bv the two 'shin pre well unique in its Toastmaster Josenh Sevenncp like it had been used for a hog killrnc for jailer in 1913 when he made a These two consistent ar- anvthinc else that thp philfl Invocation Rev. D. M. Walker. ing. Thornton was placed under arabout rangement and well balanced inter found. Mr. Reed went to DanvilTp 7 T Ut five '. milesstills were discovered in b:! "0S,ed 4liaCu!? north of Harlan, rest by officers who soon came, First Course. Sunday the no introduction mountain fastnessps Tn fnr oil nvQ est, it consists lirst of a Japanese of goiner morning, withtothe intention Address Hon. R. W. Keenon. but on account of his wounded condmnl-to Lexincton operetta, charmingly costumed with nor. to the democrats nf tVio nmi. rr of the raids in Address Hon. C. A. Hardin. which the local reve- imported Japanese robes. On a thread sonal search. The T.pvinonn nni.v ition, was not lodged in jail. Sam Helm has always been found on the firing nue man has participated Second Course. was appointed a special guard to have have been of romance are strung gems of orien and detectives had been handling the line, and is well qualified in every in the most inaccessible mountains Address Hon. Harvey Helm. charge of him until his examining case of way for the place he asks of his par- that, section of Kentucky; up and tal iancy to wnich Miss Powers adds cured ior several weeks, and had seAddress Hon. R. H. Tomlinson. trial, which will be held here Thursno results. Ynnner "Rno,l cmrc ty. In making his announcement, he down ravines, and gullies, which on- fresh lustre by her sparkling vivacity. day morning. Attorney T. J. Hill, Jr., Third Course. In selections from John Luther Long that a number of policemen in LexingBenediction issues the following Rev. M. D. Early. card to the ly the surest-foote- d horse could safe- and other famous writers of Japan, ton asked him if he was not "Charley of this city, has been engaged to deEach Sir Knight is expected to voters : ly navigate. How the materials out of all the poetic fragrance fend him. Reed, of near Danville," but he was" To The Democrats of Lincoln County which the mountain moonshiners the cherry blossoms has of rho land of always able to persuade them that Conflicting stories are told by bring his lady with him. been I am a candidate for Jailer nf Lin construct thier crude distilleries are ed together, and the art and' gather- he was some one else. He told most of j.4. vkj v4. 1111, jjci tio vu lll&l charm cause of the trouble. Bad blood had! WILCHER coln county, subject to the action of! transported to the places where they of the young art:st are given wide them he says that his name was MILLER "Charley Parker," and that he was existed between one 01 the benedicts The marriatre of Miss TlnlHp Wil tne democratic Dartv. Having alw.iv are operated was a mystery to the range. and one of the Thorntons for about cher and Walter Miller was solemniz been a democrat and given freely of revenue oincers. The stills are nffpn an orphan boy from Tennessee. The second nart nf thp nrno-v-ihidden in thickets, and other natural consists of two divisions aptly two years, it is said, and this is believ- - ed in Danville Tuesday afternoon at my called Strange to say, a policeman sought to time and means to the rl tn hp .if thp hnftnin nfthp trmi. the home of Rev. C. H. Orppr hv f naf do not think it necessary to party, I cover, and upon one of the raids up- 'At Home and Abroad." The former identify him as the missing bov Sungo fur- on which the local officer was recently begins ble which was started in the crowded nnnf1r.nin TU- - U .?.! ; j.1. day morning. Young Reed, as ther into details along that line. It engaged, its location was only dis- garbed with a monologue of a quaintlv denied his identity, whereuponusual schoolhouse. So much excitement was .daughter of Mrs. Eliza Wilcherff old fashioned child, interthe e policeman remarked to him, that he caused by the affray that it is difficult this city and is indeed a very charm will be remembered that I made the covered by smell of the spersed race for jailer four yeai-- ago but whisky, which led the officers to it est andwith readings from the new- certainly did wish he could find that gee at tne meat 01 tne matter. to most popular ing young Thp P.hrisfm'is pntprfaiinmnnf wnc son of J. F.lauy, while the groom is a met with defeat. I hope and have rea- finally after they had searched the books, "The Gentlest of chiU'ien's missing Reed boy for his mother was Miller, and is a promising Giant'' bv Anabout over, and the distribution of young iarmer 01 tnis county. They re- son to believe that I will bo success vicinity for hours. Over a thousand na Bird Stewart. Following tlrs. Miss sick and about to die of a broken I turned to presents from the tree was about to this city after the ceremony ful this time. There is an old saying gallons of beer, from which the whis- Powers gives several numbers, full heart because of his disappearance. "hpfrin vViPn thn trmiHlp ViPtmn nf tliolo,l will make their home with his that "The place to find a thing is ky is distilled, has been destroyed of laughs, illustrating the modern Young Reed says this was the first during these three raids. Two stills stove, which vas located about the parents, who reside on the W. P. where you lost it," and having he had heard of thp pftWf hi's r.nn;n lost and 400 gallons were destroyed in the girl, and amusing American types, in away from home had had upon center of the little schoolhouse. John Grimes farm, where they receive the last time I hope to attractive modern dress. The section his find and fill the first raid; one still and about 350 "Abroad" Thornton, father of the wounded best wishes of their many friends for office consists of songs and stor- mother. He told his father that after of Jailer next term. I greatly gallons were destroyed on the second ies of man who is charged with, killing a life of much happiness. cop had told him that, he ha appreciate the support that has been raid and two stills and 450 gallons Dutch, the several different peoples, the Benedict, is a trustee of the school, Scotch, etc., all accurately determined to return home Christgiven me in the past and ask that T were put out of business on this last and had assisted the teacher in mas morning MRS. SARA CORNN DEAD would be again given your consideration in raid. On the two previous raids, the costumed and embodying the humor have gone, hadvoluntarily, andappearfor the tree. He savs. ac not his father and fun as well as the national charMrs. Sara Corrn. the rumhpr nf the next primary. I know that I can 'shinfBK.madfi a clp.in cptnwnv nf tho acteristics of the "ountry represented. ed on the scene and taken him back cording to his attorney, that Missjjrs D. T. Brummett. dipH at Via administer of The student jf folk lore will enjoy the eve before. .rruitt requestea mm to De present home of her daughter this murning at Jailer with the affairs of the officean"d appro6$rthe .federal officers. credit xire uuicers wno nave participated her performance no less than the It was by the veriest good luck that evening and help her preserve seven o'clock, after an illness of five party and here askalike to mydelf your aid 'in giving on these raids, in addition to Deputy seeker. order. Accoi'ding to his statement, his day of pneumonia. Deceased was 75 that the father found the boy in 102-- 1 me a chance to make you a Jailer Rowan Saufley, of this city, son, Tom Thornton, who was not con- - years old and had made He sr.enr. nil tlnv SnnHmr t fcmri in fVip linnfinr in nniiwaw here with her daughter ner home that you will have no reason to he ajiy .General Deputy Collector U. G. A GODLY MAN GOES TO REWARD the search of that city. since the ashamed of. Aain thanking you and McFurland, of Glasgow; General Dep-Ut- v whatever came to the schoolhouse un dpath nf Vipv nnclin1 omtnonl ne saysthat the police were excep-tionalJames M. v mr Stanton of Rirhmnnrl' der the influence of whisky, and an: '"""'? trustiner that I mnv Ti.ivp vnnr cn. Deputy U. S.H. Tharn. Ed Garrett, of well known Walter, a member of a They didkind and ennrfpnns fn n? "aKe pIace at port, I am very truly yours. Lincoln and Garrard , Marshal made to get him to leave. effort everything in their power TenVvm -"- "'"""-J- W. A. CARSON. Middlesboro; Judge John A Ward family, passed away at his home to aid him in his search. It appeared The Thorntons claim that about this here Friday night, Dec. 22. after a hopeless, however. Nn frarP nnulrl n county judge of Harlan county, and time Wm. Benedict, who was slain, YOUNG MURPHY county judge of Harlan county; Sher- long period of invalidism. Mr Wnlfo.- - with the assistance of the police dewe tn fome of the children to whom Alexander Mlirnhv nf Pnnnmn inrl iff Cawood, of Harlan county, and was 75 years of age and vas the eld partment, h1 ".r loaned his pistol to use with discover of the missing (By "Billy") Miss Osborne Dent Young, Railroad Detective Boyd Kelly, of est oi a large tamily. He was a na- boy. It had been simply a premoni- blank cartridges in the school enterMessrs. G. B. Carrier, Chas. Doty, caster, were quietlv married of Lan Harlan. tive of Garrard, but had made his uon mat nau taKen Mr. tainment, and secured his gun. He is at the , Keed to Lexhome in Lincoln for n nnmW Arthur Eldridge and Joe suburban home of her f ington, in alleged to have loaded it with ball Rice Ten-illplace. years. Early in life he became a mem- - ening camethe firsttook a When evKavanaugh, who hold splendid nosi- - Mr. and Mrs. William grandparents, cartridges ana to nave staiteu witni G. Anderson on he RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Der ot tne Methodist church, and Southern depot to catch acar to the 5t toward Tom Thornton. Mike Gaddis, j jons in Akron, 0., are at home for in Lancaster on Christmns Tinv Vav train for To the officers and members of the throughout his long life, lived close Danville. His Vi;c Vion.i m,o-v.the holidavs. o 'F. M. Tinder officiating. Only members heart was heavy. He t TTcfni' Tqwertn IS ?n Ji 11 T.m-d- . Hp wnc had no news to lighten 111? noiaing tne pistol, ana to nave en-- ! college . """"" vl. " i atLuuiiig 01 tne immediate tamiJies were pres- Crab Orchard Lodge No. 108 I. 0. O. to the teachings of his ,T the woe of broken-hearte- d deavored to take it away from him. At : parents, in Tennessee is home with his ent. The bride is the eldest daughter F., we your committee appointed on active in Sunday School, and other the mother back Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lawson of Mr. and Mrs. J. Roe Young and church activities, and was never hap- home. The train was late. Reed this juncture, the Thorntons claim, found spend granddaughter of the late Hon. John resolutions beg leave to report as viz: pier than when doing 'something for he had some time on his hands. He that Steve Benedict came up with a to Willie Amas. Whereas death has invaded our tne Detterment ot his fellowman. Mr. had noticed the big tobacco wareB. West, Robinson Cook, D. Young, who served two terms in knife and began to cut at Gaddis' Harry Rainey, Edwin Walker, Chas. congress from the ninth district. She ranks and taken from our councils Walter never married. He is survived houses out in the South Broadway coat from behind, and threatened to Sanders cut his throat if he did not release his honored and Bert Embrv, who are has been living in Panama for more and lodge our oldest member, Brother by the following brothers and sisters, section, as he came in. He saw them Sam M. Walter, of Norman, Okla., Dr. again while waiting students at M. M. I. arrived than two vears. Mr. Murphy is the son brothei, Wm. Benedict. When Bene- at the depot, and 1?rf crrf Inncp ho ic nllprprl tn hnvp home Friday night to spend their of Mrs. W. L. Murnhv and the late Past Grand John Edmiston, who was B. F. Walter, of Lancaster, K. C. determined to investigate them. Luck W. L. Murphv, of Shelbv Citv. and a in his 91st year, and 64 years an Odd Walter, of Hubble, G. A. Walter, of was with him. Some one told him at begun firing at George Thornton, who vmas vacation with their parents. the Throntons sav. was not involved . Bradley Bourne and John Holtz- - rrandson of the late Col. W. H. Dud-'era- r. Fellow, he last of the charter mem- King's Mountain, Jesse and Wallace one of the warehouses, that a boy Walter, of this city, Mrs. W. T. Wil- answering the description of his son, Mr. Murphy was raised in bers are now gone: in the affair in any way up to that ,cIaw J T- - U. at Lexington are at liams, of Lexington and Miss Mary had worked there Stanford and is one of the most poptime. However, he pulled a gun, after nonie for Amas. for several days a Resolved First: That in his death Walter, of this city. Funeral who holds ular young men who ever went away services Benedict began shooting at him, and n Misses Edna Kavanaugh, ,1In...u 1 that. Another man ltirifi'f-irrT., this lodge has sustained an irre- were conducted Sunday afternoon at short time beforeboy who .iw uaiLiuu ai inuianajjuiis, from old Lincoln to carve fame and returned the fire. Others evidently directed him to a could probaid some snooting also ior i Dunet ""u ,x ,ulcie junnson ana n,una fortune. He has been an engineer on parable loss. He had long been the the Methodist church by the pastor, ably tell him where this boy who Berkle, of Oxford College of Ohio, the Panama rnilrnnrl frv o nnmVm. p main prop, and pillar of the lodge, Rev. W. D. Welburn, assisted by Rev. answered his son's description boles have been counted in the little , could school room. This account of the affair ae with their parents and friends for years and is one of Uncle Sam's most i ever ready to lend a helping hand to W. S. Grinstead, followed by the in- be found. This boy knew something the holidays terment in Buffalo Springs cemetery. of him, but told of another boy who efficient and nnnnlnr pmnlnvan n Via is that given bv the Thorntons and , w.. their friends. The I. J. was unable to Monday being court day and Christ-fin- d r could tell where he was boarding. By vanai ri,one. receiving ..,.7 a large salary a brother in distress and add his counany of the Benedicts or their imas Day brought out a very small and being right at the top of his pro- cil and advice to the members in the GEORGE MENEFEE IN WRECK this time, Mr. Reed believed he had a News has been received by his par- sure trail. He hired a taxi cab and friends in town who might give their crowd, only a few cattle on the mar-sid- e fession. He has a great many warm practice of F. L. & T. of the trouble. It is understood, ' ket-- A few mules and horses brought friends back home, who have watched Resolved Second: That this com- ents, Mr. and Mrs. John N. Menefee, lost no time. E. F. Stansbury, of 210 however, that witnesses on both sides 00 prices. C. B. Brown sold five his career with much interest and nere that their youngest son, George East Main, who happened to be near will be produced when the examin- - head of cattle for $21 a head to Wm. now are glad to extend congratula- munity has lost one of its most useful G. Menefee. who now has his hpiwl. iook an interest in the father's case, ing trial is held before Judge Bailey Hiatt. tions and all good wishes upon his and upright citizens. And during his ( quarters at Birmingham, Ala., was in and went with him. The boys finally 0ne, of the prettiest Christmas winning such a bonnie bride. Wednesday. It is understood that long and useful life, many of his best a serious wrecK on a railroad in Ala- took hm to a boarding house conductGeorge Thornton, who fired the shotjtree ever held in Lancaster, was the ed by deeds of kindness and charity were bama early this week. The car in who a man named Baker. Mr. Reed is unfamiliar with Lexington which he vwas riding was derailed, MATHENY BRIGHT that killed Benedict claims that the one which the citizens and business A quiet, yet beautiful home wed- kept to himself. and turned over and when Mr. Mene- streets, does not know where it is loding was solemnized Tuesday afterResolved Third: That the mem- fee came to himself he was standing cated but left the directing to his two "M n tol ar1 onrl Tinrl noon, December 26th, at the home of bers of this lodge wear the usual on his head. One man was killed in boy guides. Mr. Baker said that a boy Inf. Mr. and Mrs. Will Matheny, with if fi Viim This is nnHprsfnnfi fn dred colored electric the wreck, and Mr. Menefee regards anSWerinc the dpsprinfinn TfaaA rw,. south of be Thornton's excuse for having the of bells were placed on the tree, and town, when their dauhgter, Miss Eliz- badge of mourning for the space of it as extremely lucky that he was not was boarding with him; was down gun in his pocket at the time. Just at least 1,000 children were made abeth Matheny became the bride of 30 days. killed and suffered nothing more seri- """" im jm uwii son. DUt wouirt soon be in. Mr. Rppd wt iinm. o,i Resolved Fourth: That the lodge ous than a severe shaking up. what the real facts in the matter will happy because Santa Claus was here nomas r. urignt. Unly immediate undoubtedly be brought out at the with all the candies and good things relatives were present at the cere- extend to the family their deepest waited. When thp vniintrctai- - nomn ? examining trial. That grown men for them. A brass band furnished the mony, which was said by Rev. C. H. sympathy and condolence shortly afterward, the first person he SPRINKLES MESSER and that a should go armed to such an affair and music and the entire town was turned Greer, presiding elder, and former Henry Messer, of Crab Orchard, saw was nis iatner. ne seemed just go to snooting in a room crowded into a joy of merriment, while a large nastor of the bride's church here. The copy of these resolutions be spread Beulah Sprinkles, of the as glad to see his father as the latter with little children and their mothers choir together with all the children bridal couple went to Louisville for upon the minute book of the lodge; and Miss Fork section, drove to Dan- was to see him, and instantly got and fathers, is almost inconceivable sang the Xmas hymns. a short bridal trip, after which thev and same be published in the Interior HangingChristmas Eve and were unit- ready to return home, after his five on day and time, and the citizens in this will make their home here. Quite a bit Journal and Odd Fellow official organ ville in marriage. Mrs. Messer is a weeks' absence. ed generally of the whole community just of romance attaches to the marriage danp-hteof Mr. and Mrs. W. M the"Iworld wanted to go out and see will be a unit in demanding that the of this very popular young couple, the Truth. Sprinkles, and accomplished and at said young for myself, a little while," whole affair be sifted to the bottom R. H. BRONAUGH, Reed. the had At the home of her brother, Hon. the sister of the bride having married tractive ana mr. messer is tne oiaest idea how mother "Of course Iat it. no and that the guilty parties whoever C. C. Bagby would look brother of the groom over a year GEO. B. LYNE, .Tamps H. Mps. It son. of Mr. and Mrs. in Danville last week. ago. The new rmnsp rhnco wuv. they may be be punished to the limit Miss was Mrs. Bright is a very M. M. PERKINS, Committee. ser. of Crab Orchard, and a a nrnmi. me, sorter a wild Mary Bagby was united in mar- attractive of the law. and I am glad to be back home." and a accomnlisV.pd vnnnoThe foregoing report was unani nent farmer, in the East End. They The examining trial of Thornton riage to P.ev. Waller Blain, Sunday Woman, talented and cultured. She has ne youngster was working as have the best wishes of a host of rela waiter in a School Missionary in the Southern was called Wednesday with a host Presbyterian neen teaching in the Stanford Grade mously adopted. tives and friends for a happy union. making $8 ahotel down town, and church, now located at and High School during of witnesses present. A full report Gonzales, Texas. week. the past term of the testimony will be given in the and is universally beloved. The groom STOP THAT COUGH C. T. U. PLAY MADE $114 W. next Tuesday's paper, as today's I. Mr. J. S. Murphy, of the West End, is the older son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Neglected Colds Grow Worse A hacking cough weakens the not J. is printed on Wednesday, just as informs the I. J. that it is law general- M. Bright, and is a splendid young whole system, drains your energy and The W. C. T. II. nlav nrpspnfpd nf A cough that racks and irritates ly known that the stock the onera house Mondav nijht. wns a recently the trial begins. voted in the Hustonville magisterial man in every way. a nroeressive gets worse if neglected; your throat splendid success in every way. Under the throat may lead to a serious voung district went in to effect December high farmer, of fine character and is raw, your cnest acnes ana you leei tne training ot miss .Esther Uurch chronic cough, if neglected. The healConstipation Causes Bad Skin ideals. Both have a legion of sore all over. Relive that cold at" once 7th, and that quite a number of citithe local actors and actresses executA dull and pimply skin is due to a zens of the West End hope that it will friends who extend heartiest congrat- with Dr. King's New Discovery. The ed their narts in nlefisinp sfvlp A ing pine balsams in Dr. Bell's Pine sluggish bowel movement. Correct be rigidly ulations and good wishes. own remedy soothing pine balsams heal the irrated fine audience was present, the receipt Honey Nature's observed. this condition and clear your comBev. Rout, Jr., left Saturday for will soothe and relieve the irritation, membranes, and the antiseptic and amounting to $114. plexion 'with Dr. lung's New Life News of the Churches to join breathing will be easier, and the antilaxative qualities kill the germs and Pills. This mild laxative taken at bed Louisville, plans tohis wife and child. Mr. Rout go into the conBABY'S FEARFUL DEATH Rev. J. G. Livingston will preach at break up your cold. Don't let a cold septic properties will kill the germ time will assure you a full, free, The Monticello Outlook said last which retarded healing. movement in the morning. tracting business again in the Falls Crab Orchard next Sunday morning linger. Get Dr. King's New Discovery City, having resigned his position as at 11 o'clock. Have it Drive out the dull, listless feeling re- collector today at your druggist, 50c. week: "Woodrow Brown, the three- - handy for croup, for the Stanford Wntor Thprp wp7v an orii;;nricfn tVm iwf sore throat and ., vear-ol- d sulting from overloaded intestines n son of Mr. and Mrs Wvaff . & ice Company. TTic mamr Tnj. RlftTYl and sluggish liver. Get a bottle tov,ubuan cnurcn nunng tne After two disastrous fires in Ash- uxumi foil 1t? ti Vnln ui lin wilier- enronic bronchial affectinns flof .. TCi""V 01.J.1: M "wwuno. viei ni icu iiivu r ntvuc ? nut .!....wo iiC1. mu vviou mm every sue- - revival day. At all Druggists, 25c. land Fire Chief H. H. Davenport was last lhursday evening and lived onl ' bottle today. Pleasant to take. At all services which have just e(j. a few hours. dismissed. Druggists, 25c. nine-year-old seven-year-ollife-lonp FEARFUL AFFAIR AT HARRIS' CREEK Saved By Little Sister Weatherford Resigns FATHER FINDS MISSING BOY iii i Delightful Affair 1SS three-year-o- ld Carson Out For Jailer t- - - lnt-o-- o rZ r5A P -- new-mad- s Lex-inerto- n. Co-lect- u-a- s !S: ""' """,;"' lv Lancaster iii,, ),. -l f ! j- - 1 -- t - I 1 1 1 J I I TiT-iri- fr lip-Tit- s 51 Heard About Town r - non-gripi- ng w j. i,-- -.-- Kl .""f " . yr m gn J' MS TKe Interior journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, December, 29, 1916 Was Your Christmas a Merry One? Didn't you wish that you would have had a little more money for HIS or HER gift? THE A Shop of Firmly Ground ed Principles In a nutshell, here is why you should trade with us: 1--- Lincoln County National Bank will help you to have more money next time. Willi tv?W- carry merchandise of the highest type-li- ke Adler's Collegian Clothes, Walk-Ove- r and Nettleton Shoes, Stetson Hats. -- 2 We offer you a money-bac- k guarantee Join Our with every purchase you make. 3 -- Xmas Savings Club In this manner you will be saving money without any effort. Aud just think of the fat sum you will receive next year Drop in on your way down town and take out a membership -' i.V We consider courteous, attentive treat- ment an actual part of your purchase. We make no advertising claims which are not absolutely bona-fide. 4 -- McRoberts & Bailey TRESTLE AGAIN DEATH TRAP. The second tragedy to occur al-- ! most within a year at the Fishing , Creek trestle of the Cincinnati Southern railroad, south of King's Moun-- 1 tain, this occurred last week when t Virgil Gooch, a well known resident t of that section of the county, was ' killed while walking across that tres- -' tie. He is said to have been killed by the fast northbound train No. 12. running several hours late. HAGGARD Rev. GOOCH wasted; your nervous system is shattered; your your digestion weakened, your blood impoverished. AFTER ANY SICKNESS strength is The Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KENTUCKY The Interior Journal S. M. SxrrLET, torn to nourish your the wasted tissue, improve your sharpen your appetite and gradually your strength. Get SCOTPS for yourself, or remind some ailing friend that SCOTPS has proven these words for Look tor this Trade-Marthousands of others. is the rich tonic-foo- d nerve-center- s, blood-powe- r, re-establ- ish Garland Singleton said the words Tuesday which united in marriage a popular young couple from the south end of the county. The contracting parties were Dean Gooch, a well known young man of Eubank and Miss Pearl Haggard, of King's Mauntain. repair CENT and Me?" Thursday "A Mastering Passion." -A- -WORD ADS k. Editor and Fboprietoe Entered at the pottcgioe at Stanford, Ky., as second class mail matter. Subscription Rates $1.50 Both issues a week, per year 1.00 Twice a week, for 8 months G months .75 Twice a week, for .40 week, for 3 months Twice a 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 The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the folIowinR candidates for office subject to the Democratic primary the first Saturday in August, 1917. (Announcement fee for each county office is $10; for district office, $15; for city or magisterial office $5. No nnnouncement will be made until fee is paid in advance.) Political Announcements. For Sheriff J. H. LIVINGSTON. For County Judge M. P. NORTH. T. A. RICE M. S. BAUGHMAN. W. S. DRYE. For County Attorney For Representative For Jailer J. S. OWSLEY. ! J H. G. SKILES. W. A. CARSON. v Christian and Presbyterian churches nr4- GORDON'S "QUIET TALKS" The meeting to be held at the mrf1r mcv ei fim nri - est. All are invited to hear this series of what he terms "Quiet Talks." The program begins with a union service at the Christian church bunday, Dec 31st at 7 o'clock, ,. the subject being c;mr,iQ cf-- t Wltinli - n n Anything'" Change." Afternoon subjects at the church at 3 o'clock are; Monday "Does Prayer Change Tuesday "Why Prayer Fails." Wednesday "How To Insure Re- - stnii;, Margaret Shanks and Hubert Carpenter; Miss McElroy, of Springfield, and Sam Embry; Miss Desmond, of Cincinnati, and James Cooper; Miss Lyles Cooper and Paul Nuckols, of Pineville; Miss Catherine Gregory and Maurice Tucker; Miss Margaret Allen of Millersburg, and Hartwell Shanks; Miss Mary W. Gooch and Mr. Nunnnelly; Miss Mary D. Beck and Mr. Barnett; Miss Ruth Beck and William Grimes; Miss Margaret Beck and Harvey Wilkinson; Miss Mary Elizabeth McKinney and Joe Hill; Miss Azbill of Richmond and Stewart Carson; Miss Catherine Tucker, of Lexington and William Yager. From Danville were Misses Lucile Mitchell, Henrietta Rogers, Ruth Wilson, Lou- ise Wilson, Messrs. Dunn, Yeager, Bright, Dillehay, Glanton, King, Gar-- i rison, Smith, Sweats, May, Reid and Turner. From Hustonville: Misses Blain and Edwards, Messrs. Bamett, Evans and King; Dr. E. L. Strader, ?f Crab Orchard; Collins Bridgewa ters, of Louisville; King Hutchinson, Ben Williams and Mr. Carsoner, of Nicholasville ; Henry Hancock, of Co lumbia; John McRoberts, Robert Kin-- a naird, Paul Elliott, and Bilhe King of La"Cate- - esdames Susan R. H. Bronaugh, Jr., ?er H- . R. - CoTey C?ey' D' A' i Thomas, W. D. Embry. Chaperones nn THE CHRISTMAS DANCE The annual Christmas dance given by the Stanford Hop Club on the evening of December 22, was a delightful affair. Splendid music was furnished by a colored trio, and belles and beaux from half a dozen counties were here. Win. Carson, Jr., as general manager, had everything running smoothly, and all present seemed to enjoy themselves greatly. Among those present were: Miss Ij FOR RENT House of 6 rooms, FOR RENT OR SALE. House and recently occupied by Hugh Noe; for lot on East Main street. W. H. Wear-e- n. FOR A glOUS SICKNES large RENT. for carriage house, rent for year 1917: possession at 100-t- f enough automobile, on 90-tMain street. Mrs. Jennie F. Wearen. once. A. T. Nunnelley. f 102-2- t. FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets. FOR SALE. A Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Being Constantly Supplied With FOR RENT OR SALE. House of Mitchell touring car; 40 horse power; Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, five rooms and three acres of ground, in good running shape; a bargain if t. Tbedford's barn, etc., on Whitley avenue. Apply taken now. Bailey Garage Co.. Stan- Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble 97-- tf 100-4Stanford. to O. D. Murphy, Rowland. 101-2ford. five-passenger fflLY AVOIDS (Ads here are 1 cent a Tora eacn Issue, cash with order; no ad less than 25c each issue.) Scott & Bowne, Bloomfleld. N. J. 10-- 9 Black-Draugh- p. p. .omach trouble. Ten years ago a friend told me to try which I did Tbedford's ;id I found it to be the best family medi-:in- e for young and old. I keep ht on hand all the 'ne now, and when my children feel z ttle bad, they ask me foi a dose, and it !oes them more good than any medicine Ihcy ever tried. We never have a long spell of sickness in our iamily, since we commenced ising is purely Thedford's egetable, and has been found to regale weak stomachs, aid digestion, indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, ;eadache, sick stomach, and simila: .ymptoms. It has been in constant use for more han 70 years, and has benefited more nan a million people. Your druggist sells and recommends Price only 25c. Get a Package y. n. C 12a Black-Draught, McDuff, Va. "I suffered for several ears," says Airs. J. B. Whittaker, c: 11s place, "witn sick neaaacne, and Prisice Albert gives Black-Draug- delight, because delightfully good; it can't bite your tongue; it can't parch your throat ; you can smoke it as long and as fiard as you like without any comeback but real tobacco hap piness ! On the reverse side of every Prince Albert package you will read : " PROCESS PATENTED JULY smokers such its flavor is so different and so Black-Draugh- t." Black-Draug- ht re-ic- ve -- Slack-Draug- ht. to-da- 30th, 1907" i' Mrv,a,nd ?M- - f.aufle7' ,MrV,B- R; Coleman and Miss Sue Taylor igleman; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hill; Mr. in Prayer" Thursday "The Chief Significance" an(M;s- - J: C. Bailey; Dr and Mrs. Perkins; Mr. and Mrs. R. T. j of this World War." Bruce. Night subjects are: Monday "A Fascinating Bit of Rev. Jesse I) Walling, Christian j Biography." Tuesday "God On a Wooing Er-- minister at Monticello, and Mrs. Margaret Webb, of Peru, Ind., were rand." Wednesday "Does God Need You married at Somerset last week. Mrs- - Jft ,.d 1 2,.&4 Vi For Winter Colds You need a real t4.nic Strength 13 reouired to overcome the trouble Let that tonic be one that is specially valuable in catarrhal conditions, and you can conauer the cold. A cold is acute catarrh; it may become chronic Chronic catarrh freintesinvolving quently becomes systemic, the stomach and the tinal tract as well as the rose or throat. It means stagnation. It clears away the waste matter, dispels the inflammation years it has been used and tones up the system. For forty-fiv- e willingly PERUNA IS INVIGORATION in catarrh by thousands of grateful sufferers, who tell the world of their relief. Peruna's long history of helpful ness is the best evidence mat it is what you should take. Liquid or tablet form for your conrourjf.raoycDiss.cAiMuuiAi 8 B I r iV "i5i!!S3M3iw!rcsriiiTCMiai J venience. Mansliu is the ideal laxative and liver tonic In tablet form it is delicious to take, mild and effective, without unpleasant effects, and will not form a habit. Liquid, 35c and 51.00; tablets, 10c and 25c PHILLIPS FISHER The wedding of Miss Jessie Lee Phillips and Samuel Fisher was solemnized on Sunday afternoon at two o'clock at the bride's home on Logan avenue in the presence of a few intimate friends and relatives of the contracting parties. Rev. D. M. Walker united these two young lives by an impressive, solemn and touching ceremony. The bride was attired in an attractive blue taffeta costume and carried a shower bouquet. Both, of the young people are very well known and very popular. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Phillips and is a sweet, charming and lovely young girl and numbers her friends by her acquaintances. The groom is the second son of Mr. and Mrs. Spears Fisher of Danville, and is a popular and industrious young man, now holding a position with the Welsh and Wiseman Company, at Danville. They have been sweethearts for several years and now that their fondest hopes are realized, they are no doubt supremely happy. After showers of congratulations and good wishes', Mr. and Mrs. Fisher were driven in an automobile to Danville, where they will reside. The body of Grover Campbell, Middlesboro boy, who was drowned by capsizing of a naval boat, of which he was a member of the crew, has been recovered in San Francisco bay and shipped home for interment. That means to you a lot of tobacco enjoyment. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums- - We prefer to give quality 1 yh jffi RINGE ALBE the national joy smoke Wk m iTjl z. Copyr'ch tlll by K. J. Keynold Tobacco Co. .'''iiijfc y'OU'LL, in goodness and in pipe satisfaction is all we or its enthusiastic friends ever claimed for it ! on tap no find a cheery howdy-d- o much of a stranger you are in the neck of the woods you drop into. For. Prince Albert is right there at the hrst place you pass that sells tobacco ! The toppy red bail sells for a nickel and the tidy red tin for a dime; then there s the handsome pound and tin humidors and the pound crystal-glas- s humidor with top that keeps the tobacco in such bang-u- p trim half-pounaponge-mcistener '11! iTOR&r.r.f is . I, DRFPARtn . ' . f rurtomwrtLRounucMnL' PDnrFSQnisrnvF&FrnM RAKING EXPERIMENTS TO PRODUCE THE MOST DELIGHTFUL AND WHOLE- -, SOME TOBACCO FOR CIG yfc--, 3 It answers every smoke desire you or any other man ever had! It is so cool and fragrant and appealing to your y ASIEJMI9a0gSS. .1 2: iacr-ss PATENTED: '.3 p:RJ.fiiyi BHS BSToIftlloCcxrAirrJS smokeappetite that you will get chummy with it in a mighty short time ! ESNGTBITEfriETGffGuk)! nil, &. Will you invest 5 c or 10c to prove out our on the national joy smoke? R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem. say-s- o THE PERUNA CO., ColumfcuB.O. N. C. This It the rerene sido of th Prince Albert tidy red tin. Read tbi " Patented Process" message-to-yo- a and realize what it mean in making Prince Albert to muck to your Quag. rjr The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, December, 29, 1916. REMARKABLE SEASON Farm and Stock News week by Jerry C. Caldwell, Jr., oi Danville, to Henry Caywood, of Par is, wno purchased the beeves for Swift & Co., the Chicago packers. There wore 128 in the herd, and they averaged 1,400 pounds when sent over the scales. Mr. Caywood paid $10.50 a hundred pounds fur them, less three per cent shrinkage, which is said to be the highe.st price brought by beef cattle on th" hoof ir. the htate this season. Acting for Ike Brown, head buyei for Armour & Co., Monte Fox, of Danville, purchased the fat steers of Jerry C. Caldwell, Sr., also of Danville. There were 306 head in this herd, and the elder Caldwell's steers went a trifle higher in weight than did his son's, which brought the higher figure of the two herds. This bunch averaged 1,500 pounds and sold at $9.50 a hundred, less three per cent shrinkage. Mr. Fox also bought the fat cattle of. A. E. Hundley & Son, of Boyle, 104 head, which ran in weights from 1,300 to 1,350 average. These sold at $9.40 less three per cent What was said to be the finest bunch of fat cattle in this part of Kentucky was sold and delivered last What Is Uric Acid THE CAUSE OF BACKACHE. RHEUMATISM, GRAVEL AND SUDDEN DEATH. ? AVERAGE ! To Date Over 950,000 Pounds of Tobacco Have Been Sold on the Danville Breaks at Average of $17.43 per Hundred. shrinkage. Another Big Sale Held Last Week. Henry Hiatt, of Stanford, Averages $20.35 for His Entire Crop. Scores of Big Averages Are Being Recorded! Low Grades Are Bringing Fabulous Prices All Along the Line. jected Basket Since the Opening. Notj: a Re- Simon Weil, of Lexington, bought from Isaac Shelby, of the Shelby Cit of this county, a herd of 60 steers that averaged 1,300 pounds, for which he paid $8.40 net. Watkins, Carrithers & Company, of Louisville, who have been buying up a large number of slopping steers to place at distilleries this coming season, secured half a dozen car loads from feeders in this section of Kentucky, which were sent to the distillery at Athertonville. Their purchases in this section were: from J. H. Baughman and Ike Shelby, of this county, 60 head that averaged 850 pounds at $6.75; from J. C. Caldwell, Jr., of Boyle, 51 head, averaging 860 pounds at $6.75; from J. D. White-housthis side of Danville, 32 head averaging 800 pounds at $6.60; from Simon Weil & Son, of Lexington, 94 head, that averaged 900 pounds, at e, scientists and physicians have striven the tissues and the blood of this poison. Because of its overabundance in the system it causes backache, pains here and there, rheumatism, gout, gravel, neuralgia and sciatica. It was Dr. Pierce who discovered a new agent, called "Amine," which will throw out and completely eradicate this uric acid from the system. . "Anuric" has proved to be 37 times more potent than lithia, and consequently you need no longer fear muscular or articular rheumatism or gout, or many other diseases which are dependent on an accumulation of uric acid within the body. Send to Dr. Pierce, of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., for a pamphlet on " Anuric," or send 10 cents for a trial package of "Anuric Tablets." If you feel that tired, worn-ofeeling, backache, neuralgia, or if your sleep is disturbed by too frequent urination, go to your best drug store and ask for Dr. Pierce's Anuric Tablets. They are put up in packages. Doctor Pierce's reputation is back of this medicine and you know that his "Golden Medical Discovery" for the blood and his "Favorite Prescription" for the ills of women have had a splendid reputation for the past fifty years. to rid ut 50-ce- nt in the blood by Scheele, in 1775, and the bad effect it had upon the body, Ever since the discovery of uric acid Doctor Pierce's Pellets are unequaled as a Liver Pill. One tiny Sugar-coate- d Pellet a Dose. Cure Sick Headache, Bilious Headache, Dizziness, Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, and k'1 derangements of the Liver, Stomach "ud Bowels. An All-arou- nd Square Deal and a Strictly Commission Business Responsible For the Great Success of Danville Market. MARKET UNQUESTIONABLY 115 200 140 85 130 DANVILLE THE BEST IN KENTUCKY $2050 the following baskets: $22.00 $20.00 $20.00 $21.00 $19.75 $19.00 $18.25 $19.75 $21.00 $21.50 $21.50 $19.00 $22.50 $20.50 $19.75 $16.00 305 pounds at ' 50 The Danville tobacco market is unquestionably the best in Kentucky. This season 950,000 pounds have been sold at the high average of $17.43 per hundred. Not in the history of tobacco growing in the Blue Grass has such an average been recorded for such a large volume of the weed. The past few days the tendency has been to even higher prices. Henry Hiatt, of Lincoln county, got $20.35 for his crop at the Walnut street house. Bish op and Coy, of Lincoln got $19.75 average for their crop. T. Y. Hudson of Garrard county, received an average of $22.02 for his crop. Chrisman Brothel's got the high average of $23.73 per hundred for their crop. Col. Ike Dunn, Allen Hieatt and Jesse Overstreet have requested the I. J. to extend to the tobacco growers their best wishes for a happy Christmas and prosperous New Year. These popular warehousemen are never so happy as when the growers are geti ting big prices for their crops. ' Nd sales will be held at either house intil Wednesday, Dec. 27, when sales will be resumed at full blast. The warehouses are open every day for the reception of tobacco. Following are some of the numerous high averages made last week: pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds 75 pounds 35 pounds at at at at at at at $23.50 $23.50 $18.75 $16.50 $16.00 $14.25 $16.00 105 180 200 165 125 20 pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at 160 pounds at 145 pounds at 125 pounds at 135 pounds at 185 135 125 110 55 Average $22.02 pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds at at at at at at $18.00 $19.75 $22.50 $23.50 $20.50 $17.50 $16.50 Average $19.80 Robinson & Leathers, of Boyle county sold the following baskets: 325 360 285 400 350 190 255 230 250 150 Harris & Gaunce, of Stanford, 130 sold the following baskets: 190 210 185 pounds at $18.50 235 pounds at $18.25 80 185 pounds at 205 pounds at 190 pounds pounds pounds pounds $20.50 190 pounds at at at at 275 335 220 240 275 260 330 170 335 270 295 225 345 155 275 pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds puonds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds at at at at at at ... at at at at at at at at at at $21.00 $21.00 $22.50 $20.00 $20.00 $20.00 $20.50 $20.50 $16.25 $17.25 $18.00 $18.75 $16.00 $15.75 $16.50 $16.00 at 240 pounds at $21.50 200 pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at pounds at Average $19.75 Rankin sold the following baskets: & pounds at pounds at pounds at Simpson, of Marcellus, $17.00 $18.75 $18.75 $17.25 $19.25 $19.25 $20.50 85 pounds at ' 75 Average $19.00 280 190 275 460 235 310 260 310 230 60 315 300 200 260 85 W. A. Onstott, of Moreland,. sold 135 the following baskets: 130 pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds at at at at at at pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds at at at at at at at at Average $18.25 pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds at at at at at at at $20.50 $19.00 $23.00 $19.50 $22.50 $22.00 $21.50 $21.00 $19.00 $23.50 S24.50 $23.50 $21.00 $21.00 $21.50 $16.00 $18.00 $20.50 $17.50 $16.50 $16.50 $16.00 ' Chrisman Bros., of Boyle county Ison & Lawson, of sold the following baskets: sold tlie following baskets: $21.00 105 pounds at $23.00 175 pounds at 65 pounds at $28.00 145 pounds at 110 pounds at $30.00 230 pounds at 115 pounds at $20.00 125 pounds at 100 pounds at $28.00 105 pounds at 200 pounds at $18.50 240 pounds at 110 pounds at .$15.50 175 pounds at 95 pounds at 80 255 pounds at Bryantsville, 390 pounds at 75 pounds at $19.50 $21.00 $20.00 Average $20.59 Robinson & Condor, of Lincoln 1,465 pounds at $17.80. & pounds 175 pounds 185 pounds 190 pounds 90 pounds T. Y. Hudson, of Garrard county, 325 pounds sold the following baskets: $19.50 285 pounds at $19.75 205 pounds at $24.00 200 pounds at $25.00 220 pounds at . Bishop & $24.50 the followng baskets: 175 pounds at $25.00 140 pounds at v $24.00 175 pounds at pounds at 170 ;. $22.50 140 pounds at pounds at 265 $19.00 110 pounds at 125 pounds at : $29.00 155 pounds at. 180 pounds at Average $23.73 Average 245 pounds at $1.00 $17.75 315 pounds at $14.50 $17.75 170 pounds at $15.50 $21.00 150 pounds at $13.25 $21.00 $19.25 $19.75 $21.00 $20.00 at . John White of Lancaster, sold the $17.75 following baskets: at $20.00 at $17.00 $18.00 190 pounds at at 110 pounds at $17.00 $16.75 at 155 pounds at $17.75 $16.75 at 25 pounds at $18.00 275 pounds at $18.50 $ 165 pounds at $19.00 210 pounds at $18.25 170 pounds at $16.26 Coy, of Stanford, sold 100 pounds at $17.75 of and friends during the holidays. Miss Eleanor Foos. who has hppn Danville, bought from Hughes & of Stanford, a herd of 41 attending school at Corbin, is here stocker steers that averaged 773 on her Christmas vacation. Mr. Henzen. a well known fnvmpr pounds, for which he paid $6.50; from T. W. Jones, of Stanford, Mr. who lives between Ottenheim and Baughman bought 11 steers, averag Hall's Gap, was found on the Crab ing 500 pounds, at $6.25; from Rob- Urchard road, with his hands and inson Hugueley, of Boyle, he secur- feet frozen. Misses Macrcie and Mario Ollish ed 11 yearling steers that averaged S00 pounds, and which cost him $6 75 have come home to SDend the holidavs less $10; from E. J. Godbey, of the with their parents. Mr. Earl Warren, who has hppn west end, of Lincoln, Mr. Baughman bought 10 feeders at $7; attending school at Berea, is at home and four plain sloppers that averaged on his Christmas vacation. Mr. Paul Hertle has tradpd hnrsp 875 pounds ,at $6.50. Wm. Dodd, the noted horseman of with Mr. Will Tschanz, of Crab Or the West End, sold to James Cloyd. chard. of the Rolling Fork section a pair of Sloan's Liniment Eases Pain yearling sorrel mare mules for $350. Sloan's Liniment is first thought of J. S. Murphy ,of the West End, mothers for humps, bruises and sold to Emmett McCormack, of 25 hogs that averaged 100 sprains that are continually happening to children. It quickly penetrates pounds at $8.50 a hundred. Col. I. M. Dunn of Boyle last week and soothes without rubbing. Cleaner sold 93 ewes for Ben King at a fancy and more effective than mussy plasprice. One-thir- d of the bunch brought ters or ointments. For rhpiimnHf $9.00, a second third $8.74, and the aches, neuralgia pain and that grippy last third topped the herd at $9.25. soreness alter colds, Sloan s LiniGood land is selling high in Mont- ment gives prompt relief. Have a gomery county right at present. At bottle handv for hrmsps slmine the sale of Albert Skidmore, the farm sprains and all external pain. For the of 124 acres brought $207.50 per thousands whose work calls them outacre. M. O. Cockroll was the purchas-e- i doors, the pains and aches following At the same time the farm of 99 exposure are relieved by Sloan's Linacres, lying on the Owingsville pike, iment. At all Drugists, 25c. adjoining was boucht by John W. Boardman at $121.50 an acre. The Oil Fork Development Co., has W. C Myers, of the West End, sold leased 15,000 acres in Cumberland to the tobacco buyers at Moreland county. 7,000-poun- d last week, his crop of toWilliam Figg, of bacco, at 14 cents a pound. Mr Myers republican J. member Shelby county, of the state in town late last week ,and paid board of was control died Friday of kidney up his subscription to the I. J. for the 32d year, which is the kind of trouDie. subscriber who would make any editor's heart glad. Relieves Headache Powell & Harmon sold to J. W. Watts ten cattle at 6 Without Dosing 4 cents. The first named then purchased 23 yearling steers in Lincoln By Applying Sloan's Liniment To county at $33 a head. Harrodsburg Forehead You Can Stop Herald. Col. Simon Weil, of Lexington, The Severe Pains who has been buying a lot of cattle Many headaches are of a neuralgic in this state for slopping purposes, has begun to put them out. The Eliz- origin. The symptoms of such headabeth News said last week: Watkins. aches are intense and lingering pains have purchased in the brow, temples r back of the Carrithers & Co., from Simon Weil, of Lexington, head. cattle, at about $60 per head, There is one certain relief that has which they are slopping at Atherton- been known and recommended for ville. They are also interested in years back. Sloan's Liniment. One about 1,200 head being slopped at application and the dull pain is pracFrankfort and Louisville. tically gone. It is easily applied withCattle sold mighty well at Mt. Ster- out rubbing. Rubbing is unnecessary, ling last veek, at the court day sale. as Sloan's Liniment quickly peneThe Advocate reports the following: trates to the seat of trouble. W. O. Brock, of Clark county, bought Aching muscles, rheumatism, bruis12 1 Of.u p'Hti'u steerp of Ebi n es, lumbago, chilblains, sprains and at $7.50; Morg Owens 38 stiff neck can also be most effectivesteers at Alex Coons, of Woodford ly treated with Sloan's Liniment. county, at $7.25; Noah Stapleton sold Cleaner than mussy plasters or oint16 steers to Alex Coons of ment; it does Woodford county, at $7.30; Geo. clog the pores. not stain the skin or Halsey sold 25 d steers to At all drug stores, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Alex Coons at 7 cents. Mr. Coons was buying for A. J. A. Alexander, of Woodburn; Carl Trimble sold 25 1,000-poun- d steers at $7.50; Alien McCormack bought 30 yearlings of various parties at about $7.25; Overton Chenault, of Fayette county, bought 50 about d calves at $".5 er head. James H. Baughman, south Mc-Cart- $6,75. so well. kept quite busy with his presents. The parents are indebted to Rev. Schumann for teaching the children y, 950-pou- nd Hus-tonvill- e, two-year-o- ld 3-- 1,-4- 00 Co-in- s 750-pou- nd 750-pou- nd 700-poun- 700-nou- nd 400-poun- Ottenheim Heights Stock Crescent Average $ 17.97 Woods Davis, of Lincoln 6,780 Miss Nellie Schuler is the Christpounds at $18.78 per hundred. mas guest of Mrs. Ida Kearns. Henry Hiatt, of Lincoln 1,530 St.Miss Alma Ostermann arrived from Paul, Minn., to visit her parents pounds at $20.35 per hundred. There was an enjoyable time at the German Luthern church Christmas Carter & Baughman, of Huston-vill- e Eve. The children recited German speeches. Everything Aberdeen-Angu9,885 pounds at $17.40 per and English s went off nicely and Santa Claus was hundred. Southdown Farm Cattle individ- High-clas- Turner & Daly, of Garrard 1,430 pounds at $18.75 per hundred. Lane & Amnions, of Garrard 1,270 pounds at $18.44 per hrndred. Charles Bell, of Lincoln county, sold 895 pounds at an average of $23.50 per hundred. The Danville warehousemen do a strictly commission business which 18.72 How's This? famous breeds. Sheep, Duroc Jersey Hogs The best bloodlines of each of these s $18.00 $18.00 $17.50 $21.00 Average $17.98 E. W. Watts of Boyle county, sold there and the high prices. accounts for the wonderful market K. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney tor the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in ill business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by bis firm. NAT. BANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cared by Hall's Catarrh Cure. E. V. Carson, Prop. for sale at all times R. F. D. No. 5 Stanford, Kentucky RELIABl 'REMEOYFORMaN, AT YOUR Take Hall's Family rills for constipation. CJSS'ST. ! . r:' E " & M' Xn'.j, . m The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky Friday, December, 29, MRS. KERN'S ADVICE 1916. Z&m&3 -- Children's Savings Accounts especially solicited by J The First National Bank of Stanford, Ky. To "Weak, Nervous, Women So. Cumberland, Md. "For a long time I Buffered from a nervous breakdown. I could not eat or sleep and wa3 so weak I could hardly walk. My husband heard about Vinol and got me to try it. Now I have a good appetite, sleep soundly and am well and strong. Every nervous, weak, woman should try Vinol." Mrs. D. W. Kerns. We guarantee Vinol to create a healthy appetite, aid digestion and. women, delibuild up weak, cate children and feeble old people. Bun-Dow- n run-dow- n run-dow- n The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Personal and Social George D. Hopper is over from Danville for the holidays. Congressman Harvey Helm came home from Washngton, D. C, to spend the holidays. Julian Allen of Millersburg, is the guest of his grandparents, Col and Mrs. E. P. Woods. Joe T. Embry, chief bookkeeper r.f The Holidays are suited for the beginning of these accounts. Parents open an account for your children today as a Christmas Gift. Three per cent paid on these accounts J. S. HOCKER, President S. T. HARRIS, H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier Vice-Preside- nt Spot Cash HERE S We have too large a stock for this time of the year. We must turn into cash. Beginning Monday, Jan. 1, 1917, we will close our books for the present and sell for spot cash. We will not make tickets even for a few days, as the prices we will sell goods won't admit of us charging them. The first big cut will be on Coats, Suits and Dresses only 2 price This season's styles; good materials: $7.50 Garments $3.75 $10.00 Garments $5.00 $20.00 Garments $10.00 1-- BUY NOW auditor's office at Frankfort, spent Christmas with his family here. Mahan, of Danville, Mrs. D. W was the gat?i this week of hci parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mobley. Dr. M. C. Heath, of Richmond, spent Christmas with his daughter, Mrs. A. H. Severance. Wm. Wilcher, who has been at Goldesboro, N. C, for some time in business, fame home for the holidays. Miss Margaret Shanks left Tuesday afternoon for Sprngfield to make a day evening. Mrs. Herbert Reynolds is visiting short visit to Miss Elizabeth McElroy. Wesley Embry came over from her sister, Mrs. Eben Pettus at SomFrankfort to spend the holidays with erset, this week. Dr. W. B. Penny, of Danville, relatives and friends. Miss Johnnie Azbill, of Richmond, spent Christmas with his mother, was the guest of Miss Lottie Carson Mrs. Mary Penny, here. Miss Anna Gay Lutes, of Lexingfor the annual Christmas dance. Joseph Hopper of the Presbyterian ton, is the guest of Miss Lucinda Theological Seminary, of Louisville, Lutes and other relatives here. Rev. A. A. Higgins, of Louisville, is here for the Yuletide. Robt. Lewis has returned from spent several days this week here with Williamsburg, where he has been the his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Higguest of his sister, Mrs. C. H. Keeton. gins. Miss Bettie Mudd. of the Crab OrMrs. Ach Hill Harned, of Lebanon Junction, is the guest of her grand- chard Graded School, is spending the holidays with relatives at Harrods-burmother, Mrs Mattie Nevius. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hampton, of Ben F. Jennings spent Christmas Lebanon Junction, are the guests of at Danville with his parents, Mr. and relatives and friends here. Miss Sophronia Fox, who is teach- Mrs. L. D. Jennings. Miss Margaret Shanks is at home ing at Ft. Thomas, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fox for from Shelbyville with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Shanks for the the holidays. Mrs. H. C. LeCompte and children Yuletide. Miss Loraine Totten and Mrs. Waland Miss Vercil LeCompte, of Frankfort, are the guests of Mrs. A. P. ter Jones spent Xmas Day at Lebanon with their father. J. L." Totten and Hunn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy will sail from wife. Mrs. T. K. Watson was here a New York on January 18th for their home-iBalboa. Canal Zone, Panama. short time Sunday en route to LanLewis Proctor, who is working for! caster to spend the holidays with her Lilt: itriujmuiiu uumpauy io uiuicaici father, Judge Burnside. is spending the Christmas at home Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Saufley went to Louisville Wednesday night to attend here. W. M. McGuffey went to Living-so- n the meeting of the Kenearly in the week to spend Xmas tucky Press Association there Thursday and Friday. with his daughter, Mrs. Joseph Private Coleman Lutes, with headand family. Dr. Harry Reinhart, of Columbus, quarters at Lebanon, spent the O., spent Christmas holidays with his Christmas holidays here with his parparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Reinhart ents. Mr. and Mrs. John Lutes and family. here. Rev. and Mrs. L. C. Kelley and Mrs. Wallace Walter, Mrs. W. L. children, of Campbellsville, spent McCarty, Miss Mollie Walter, Miss Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Annie Milburn and Joseph Walter Mrs. T. D. Newland. , scent Tuesday at King's Mountain J. S. Owsley has returned from Tuesday with reuatives and friends. James P. Tribble, who has been Franklin, where he went to see his wife. He says that Mrs. Owsley, who working with a Cumberland Telerecent had her ankle broken, is able phone Company electrical crew in to walk around the room. Scott county is spending the ChristMiss Margaret Hopper, who is mas holidays with his parents, Judge teaching in Stonewall Jackson Acad- and Mrs. W. A. Tribble, here. emy in Virginia, is the guest of her Misses Mary Desmond ,of Cincinmother, Mrs. Kittie Hopper for the nati, Elizabeth McElroy, of Sprinp holidays. field, Margaret Allen and Julian, of Misses Mary and Laura Carter, Millersburg, were guests of Miss Marwho are teaching at Jacksonville, Ind., garet Shanks and Hartwell Shanks are at home with their parents, Mr. for the dance last week. Mr and Mrs. Roy Lockman, of and Mrs. P. W. Carter for the Ind., who are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Reynolds at McKinney, were the guests of Mrs. A. P. Hunn and family the first of WEAK, NERVOUS OHIO WOMAN the week. They were accompanied by g. n Maurice Bruce, of Perryville was here Xmas rlnv with Shirley Gover of Lexington was in this city the first of the week. Dr. D. B. Southard went to Mt. Vernon to visit his mother. J. W. West, now of Garrard county, was visiting friends here thi week. Will Mobley, of Cncinnati, spent Christmas with the homefolks here. Mrs. Bettie LaRue, of Louisville, is the guest of relatives and friends here Miss Lucile Stone went to her home at Burgin for the holidays. T. F. Spink, of Colesburg, has been here with friends and relatives. Stewart Carson has been in Richmond for several days. Miss Kate Waters of Richmond, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Rhoda Waters. Higgins Woods, of Cincinnati, is the guest of his mother Mrs, Adelia Woods. Bryan Jones spent Christmas in Berea with his mother, Mrs. W. S. Jones. John M. Waters, of Parsons, Kan., is here the guest of his mother, Mrs. Rhoda Waters. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. McRoberts spent Christmas Day at Arcadia with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mershon, of Lebanon Junction, are the guests of relatives and friends. Miss Frank Waller spent the holidays at Madisonville with relatives and friends. Misses Ruth and Margaret Beck have been the guests of Miss Elizabeth Hunn. Dr. Wheeler, of Lancaster was here to see the "Turn of the Tide" Mon- TSaw. Mot ! e " . 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Sparks, gave a luncheon Waltei: Milburn, fovmer!y a mem- - at the Seelbach on last week in honor ber of the I. J. fore?, was home from of her daughter, Miss Martha and her Lebanon at attend the funeral of his! guest, Miss Ada Jarrell, of Temple. uncle, James M. Walter, and to spend Texas. Covers were laid for the folChristmas with relatives here. Mr. Mil- - lowing: Misses Ada Jarrell, of Temburn has "made good" in fine style ' ple, Texas, Ruth White, Frances Garince going on the road for a big house rett, Catherine Carnett, Bess and and his many friends back home are Martha Sparks. While in Louisville all greatly pleased with the success hf Miss Sparks and Miss Jarrell were i has attained. entertained a number of times. J I ! mid-wint- er O'-Ma- ry Plus Our Service Most Miles per Dollar for You f? 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Frankfort in their limousine, to see Vinol " sharpens the appetite, aids the latter's sister, Mrs. Charlotte digestion, enriches the blood and in Warren, who is still very low, but this natural manner creates strength. holding her own fairly well. They aluuijjimi: jormuia on every label. so stopped in Lancaster for a short visit with Mi-s- . Bradley's other The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Miss Jennie Duncan and Airs. W. S. E2Wn, of Atlanta. Motorists of this community should Made Well By Delicious Vinol run-dow- n our service and the way it adds to the com fort and con of car owners. ven-ien- ce ff U- V- - 3 ; Use Firestone us. Agent, Stanford, Kentucky. H. C. Carpenter, and fg 'I sisters. Greetings of the eason And Thanks For Your Patronage Greetings of the season and best wishes for a happy and prosperous 1917 to you all! And may you have many such in years to come! It's Surprising That So Many Stanford People Fail To Recognize Kidney Weakness spells? LyiyaaaAaj -- 2Trj3S 1 'jzur&siB it Are you a bad back victim? Suffer twinges; headaches, dizzy We hope you had a Go to bed tired get up tired? It's surprising how few suspect the kidneys. It's surprising how few know what Merry Christmas and we wish for all our iriends and patrons a . Kidney trouble needs kidney treat ment. Doan's Kidney Pills are for the kid-ne- to do. vs We thank you sincerely for the liberal patronage we have received during the past twelve months. You have been generous indeed which is the best of all evidence that the home store is nearest of all stores to your heart. We have endeavored at all times to serve you conscientiously and acceptably in the past, and the future will see us patting forth even greater efforts to this end. We hope to see you all throughout the new year, which we trust is to be one of many blessings to our people. Again, hearty greetings, we are Phillips and Phillips Here's a Stanford case;. Stanford testimony. Kidney sufferers hereabouts should read it. R. G. Jones, Whitley Ave., Stanford, says: "I had attacks of kidney complaint and the kidney secretions were irregular in passage; at, times too free then again scanty in n'assage and containing sediment. My back was sore and lame and I could hardly bend over or move my back in any way on account of sharp catches across my kidneys. Black snots floated before my eyes. I had dizzy spells and headaches, also. I read of Doan's Kidnev Pill and bought some at Penny's Drug Store. They strengthened my back and put my kidneys in good order." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Pills the same that Mr. Jones had. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Props., Buf102-- 1 falo, N. Y. their merit. only. Have convinced Stanford people of Happy New Year With appreciation of your past patronage and hopes for a continuance of the same The Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Prop. Phone No. 2 Stanford, Ky. iJ