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The Interior J OURNAI No. 3 -- rf & gT zma Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, January 9, 1917 " T)$sdays and Fridays """ Lancaster Court Day A Busy One: Wright's Coolness Au- Riffe On Program Of Road Engineers' Convention At Bowling Green Next Week LAW UPHELD Supreme Court Says Bill Is Constitutional Wcbb-Kenyo- n BiCE TALKS TO HOG BREEDERS ,- -? .Y Col. J. K. Wright, proprietor of the January Court Day in Stanford County Road Engineer McKee Local Man On Program At Farmers' and II. Week Interesting Sessions At attended Stanford was a busy one. The people were 'Kentucky Jack Farm near Junction Riffe will go to Bowling Green next and here, stock wns plentiful, buyers City, had a very close call to being week, when probnbly the greatest court Monday. Lexington Last Week Booze Is Doomed. John Gill Kinnaird and Glass Car- were eager and last but not least, killed by a train at the L. & N. gathering of good road workers ever the song of the candidate is being crossing nt Shelby City Sunday. He held in Kentucky, will be held. This rier were in Stanford Monday. heard in the land, festive was driving with Mrs. Wright and Quite a number of fanners from Washington, jan. 8. In the most Frank Conn, of Richmond was in game of politics was and thequite an her father, Col. Jones, of Columbia, will lie the annunl convention of the Lincoln county given County Road Engineers' Association, and other counties in decisions upholding town Sunday with relatives. sweeping of nil 17, 18, be the new year. As lonn., to Miss Janio W. Terrill left Satur- auspicious start for wns really a good City, whencatch the train at Junction which will Mr. in session Jan. program tin's section of the state, attended the prohibition laws, the Supreme Court li) and 20. remarked, Monday is on the the westbound passenger Riffe Farmers' Week conventions at Lextoday upheld as constitutional and day to accept a position as teacher at Court Day. The weather was more train whizzed by the crossing. Mr. for n discussion of Concrete Bridges, ington last week. R. T. Bruce, of this Hazard, Ky. Wright had the presence of mind to on the afternoon of the 19th, a sub- city, who is one of the most promilike May than January, too. law prohibvalid the A crowd wns in town, turn the car down as iting shipments of liquor from "wet" to Miss Allie Hendrcn left Saturday Most grcnt big wns feeling good. To- - saw the predicament the track in, ho ject which he is, very competent to nent breeders of the famous Keneveryone he was resume her work as teacher at and handle ntelligcntly and intenrestingly tucky Red Berkshire hogs in this to "dry" SUites. It also sustained bacco right at 20c, wheat around this in all probability saved the lives for Lincoln county has just complet- section, was on the program of the West Virginia's recent amendment to Blue Stone, Ky. for a Hubert Bean is visiting his wife in 52, hogs at $10, cattle holding upof all in the car. The fender nnd ed installation of a number of splen- Swine Breeders' Association, her law prohibiting importation in well, corn in like shape, every farm- - other parts of the car wore badly did concrete bridges on the pikes short talk on Among interstate commerce of liquor for Winchester this week. 'smashed, but er Miss Lida Hainey left Sunday for withhas good reason to be satisfied escaped with luckily the occupants which have been under reconstruc- breeders. Those who heard him say personal use. living more than some the that Mr. Bruce handled his subject After having been vetoed by Presi- Danville, where she will begin her democratic conditions under And great severe bruisesnothing bad shaking up. tion the ispast year. time such a meet- ;n and a most administration. This the first an interesting way and gave his V. after a visit to her of them Taft, who held it unconstitutiondent work at K. C. are, too. There weft! about ing has been held in Western Ken- hearers some facts and advice that is al, and having been repassed by Con- parents. 000 cattle on the market nt the Jones 't CLOSE CALL IN FLOOD tucky and advantage is taken of the bound to be helpful. Officers elected gress over his veto, the law was susJoe Haselden has returned from n stock yards, nnd tr..ding was fairly, JTwo Lincoln county men, of the fact that the Rock Asphalt Mines by this association were: W. W. Johntained by the Supreme Court by a business trip to DeLand, Fla brisk all day, though nothing of ex- - McCorm.ick's Chruch section, had a are located nearby and that son, Danville president; Hughes Atvote of 7 to 2. Leaders of the prohiMiss Martha Kavanaugh has ac u qua. ay town, a cjpie c.,h from iha njKh Waters which all delegates will be given a free kinson, Mt. Sterling, vice president; bition movement declare it is to fight ce pted a position in the graded school big demand was uroiigni 10mules developed for and rajd the heavy last trip. They will also have an oppor- Hubert Vreeland, Louisville, second only in importance to the pro buyers were very busy. Aged and u?Sek. after were Arthur rains Oscar tunity to inspect the excellent roads he re. Thsy Executive Committe, and posed constitutional amendment. ,.r il, v:,.r,...,,.L. in Mr. mul Airs. .1. S. ftii'nnntnr. nf broken hybrids were nrineina llv in Ktiu-nWarren and adjacent counties Centerville; J. Lawyers for liquor interests who . . " 111... were llll.m.,1 I.AIKAII,... .t.,,1 th,w. aum u .. noou1.uut wno recently bought,.si,i,.. anil especially the old state pike Dr. L. R. Huffman, Harrods Creek; f mwu Lewis Letterle, (M'snuies, ". uvvi, .win a farm nin luoiuiay lor me UP o .200. according to the class of heard the decision today admit it upwhich .was built some seventy-fiv- e moral of Mrs. D. White Marsee. frfcm George Crane near Perrvville. Frank McKee, Versailles; J. E. held and ar plied the law "in its fullMrs. Lucy Turner, of Lexington, the animal, beveii and a quarter The ouiur men bad started to the years ago. Rouse, Payne's Depot; T. J. Hudson, est sense." rcnts " pound the top figure of Pqjry.ille farm with a wagon load of The Railroad Companies through- McAfee and W. B. Turley. funeral of her neice, Chief Justice White announced the attended theMonday. the day on cattle but few were classy farming implements. Thev attempted out the state have kindly agreed to The jack stock breeders of the Majority opinion to which Justices .urs. ttiarsee Moves th c Puritan The Puritan enoh to command that point, how- - tol cross Knob Lick creek. A heavv give reduced rates to the meeting State organized a State association Holmes and Vandevanter dissented. be ;Iosk f, . Justice McRoynolds, while agreeing which is loc.ated one block from theove'-hand, btnnford islcf""lals wu.re rail above caused the stream to come such to10th in effect from the Kith, to be known as the Kentucky Jack on now rocoirniz to and Officers were with the majority decision, did not square on Lexington street will this ed as one of the cattle markets of down in a flood. The team, wagon, andthe Attorney good until the 21st, Breeders' Association. the General of Ken elected as follows: W. P. Haves, of implements and boys were caught in week be moved into the store room the state and buyers concur in the opinion. are always here th5 raging waters and carried down tucky has ruled that a Fiscal Court Nelson county, president; Prof. J. J. power of govern- recently occupied by Dickerson & trom "The tar and near on a court day stream at a lively rate. The whole has legal right to appropriate money Hooper, of Lexington, vice president ment over liquor is settled," said the Carrier. n great eai oi pontics was heard ouifit went beneath a flood gate and to pay the entire expenses of the and Prof. W. S. Anderson, of Chief Justice in announcing the deA great deal Sells secretary-treasurethe Wei-of during the day. Of course, repeatedly sent beneath the court in attending the meeting. The folcision. "There was no intention of Garrard Tobacco tobacco crop is be- county candidates were on all of job. the The program has been arranged so lowing Board of Directors was chosCongress to forbid individual use of ing sold county's market this week. In addition the two candidates for water. The boys landed in a shallow only practical problems will be en: O. A. Troutman, Jessamine counon plfae which was surrounded bv deep that liquor. The purpose of this act was Good prices the being day will be giv- ty; J. F. Cook, and T. B. Adams, f are realized, as is State Senator were as busy as bird water. After regaining their strength discussed. to cut out by the roots the practice dogs. Hon. Clay Kauffman, of Gar- - sufficiently they were enabled to en over entirely to the County Fayette; Sam P. Cecil, Boyle, John of permiting violation of state liquor the case with all of Garrard's prod- rard, got in early with a raft of good swfm ashore bv heroic efforts. The Judges of the State, and owing to Veach, Mercer; Joseph E. Wright, We can have no doubt that ucts. One of the finest fruit crops boosters nnd laws. meeting is being Congress has complete authority to raised in the state was raised in Gar- er himself, noas he is some handshak- - two horses were left entangled in the the fact a that the the year when no Lincoln; J. R. Knox, Boyle and J. moss grew on him dur- harness and almost dead. Help was held at time of F. Dye, Felming. prevent paralyzing of state authority. rard county. mg the day. Hon. Jay Harlan, of road work is being done, there is no The sheep breeders' meeting atCongress exerted a power to Mrs. D. White Marsee, Boyle, came over later but brought secured and the horses were finallv reason why at least two or three Marsee tracted the largest crowd of the week KOtten out. The bed of the wagon, the national with the state au- died at the home of her parents in a wheelhorse ('er"?11'a1t wltjj m ,n rear wheels thousand people should not be in at- Addresses were delivered bv Dr. thority." this county on Saturday evening at the person of Col. Robert G. Evans, disappeared and farming implements tendance. Richard Stevenson, of Lexington, entirely. No trace of Wayne B. Wheeler, counsel for the 0:30. Mrs. Marsee had been in bad and they were on the job in the in- It is a known fact that Conven- president; Clarence LeBus, of League of America, who health for some time and since the terest of the Danville man every mm- - them has been found. The front wheels were the only part of wagon tions of this kind are necessary in orand Lexington, and Jonas with Fred Blue, State Prohibition death of her husband, Mr. D. White ute of the time der that work may be done more Weil, of Lexington. Mr. Weil discuss'.that was saved. Commissioner of West Virginia, ar Marsee. which occurred in August, Considerable interest was efficiently. Bankers, Railroad men, ed the growing of sheep in associagued the case before the Court, she had constantly grown worse, un- into this race by the receipt injectedof posNewspaper men, Traveling men all tion with cattle, showing that the TWO REAL ESTATE DEALS made this statement on he Court's til the end came. Mrs. Marsee was tal cards from Hon. J. R. Mount, of . . dis- combination could be made practi.n r r non have such meetings t...i r it decision: ni:i tJ7VtkhV irtt nr 4ka Wt h IU1VMV cuss their particular where they ,its r.KTiiiii right in the prime of life, being 2(i Lancaster that he will in all nrobabil line of "The states now may prohibit the years ot age. she was a devoted itv be a candidate for the office. His of Stanford, made two nice sales last and it is absolutely necassary business cable and profitable. for the Mr. LeBus' subject was "Sheep an possession, receipt, sale and use of church member, a loving mother and entry would give Garrad two candi-- week. For H. J. McRoberts he' sold of both counties and state that a Money Maker." The speaker deintoxicating liquor and not be ham- daughter. She leaves her parents, Mr. ,i.it. ;.. u.. ,.,.., hou se and lot ot the corner of goodmeeting be well nr i. 'the attended by the clared that he did not believe in pered by the agencies of interstate and Mrs. Noah Marsee, two children, telling his friends 'that if he runs he ,1V.Iain,an(lcS"rst trc?,t? toT Mrs- TWal the specializing in any stock, but if forc- various Fiscal Courts. commerce. three brothers and two sisters to will not only favor the submission ini iui ijoi.i. rur itiiss uuiuie l.uwIt is expected that many magis- ed to choose one among the various rence sold mourn her loss. e of the prohibition amend- their and Jesse Lawrence, he pike, trates will attend this meeting, inas- varieties of farm stock, he'd select on by both ment of the McKmney Senator's Race Mr. Jay Harlan, he willtobevote favor ofpeople, but that abqit farm miles the Lancaster to much as it is recommended Attorney sheep. "If I didn't make but twenty from in its adoption af- Senatorsix L. Hubble. Stanford, of Danville was in our city on last State Department and the five cents on the lamb and wool crop, R. This adjoins g I would Thursday and announced that he is ter it is submitted. This is a step furGeneral more proficient in the consider myself ahead." he Be Present- a candidate for State Senator. From ther than cither of the two announc- the, farm of Logan Hubble in the "Turn of the Tide" to of road matters in their ooun-tie- declared. "Sheep more than earn Whte Oak section, and makes a nice ed There Friday Evening: The expenses incurrred by such their board as weed destroyers. It is his announcement he buses his whole ed candidates have gone in their pub addition to his boundary of land. Mr. most claim for election upon the fact that lic declarations, as yet, and would ,Fr'.cA-iactiveIy thu Jb" for a trip are benefitstrivial compared to the only stock on which you can deSuch a splendid success .was received. the great it, is Boyle county's time. He loses undoubtedly win Mr Mount" 8 lot defy'5-clare a dividend of one hundred per at and is m?!i sight" of "the "fact that it has been votes, should the o ther two not cent, and at the same time feed stuff to start a nice spring advertis of the play "The Turn of the twelve years since Garrard had a clare themselves unequivocally on this nff Milledgeville that you can not sell."original view of for those whose places Lived Tide," which was shown here by a Senator and within that time each of question, which is now the paramount ing campaign list for sale, Mr. LeBus took an home talent company a few weeks the other three counties, Lincoln, political issue. There were some ru- he has on his the dog mennce. "Often when dogs Pastor At Brooksvillr, Dedicates New get into a flock and kill a dozen ago, under the auspices of the W. C. Boyle and Casey has had an opportun- mors heard here Monday that Hon. NEW MEMBER OF FIRM. Christian Church T. U., that the local chapter has ac- ity to furnish a Senator. If Boyle Charles F. Montgomery, of Casey sheep, the doctor has to be called for Marion R. Reynolds, was in town cepted an invitation to present the gave up her place and time to one of county who represented this district the owner. If he would think straight Saturday with President J. A. Hays, His many friends back in Lincoln a moment he would laugh instead of performance" at two other points in the other counties she simply lost it most creditably during the last two waynesburg Banking Compa are greatly pleased over the fine groan. Why, if the dogs killed half the county. The first will be at Mc- and that is no reason why Garrard senatorial sessions, might be a can- of the Some talk iny. Mr. Reynolds has bought out work which Rev. W. V. Wilkinson is his flock he'd still be away ahead. I Kinney next Friday evening, begin- should give up her time to Boyle. didate for ning at 7:30 o'clock. The show there With Hon. II. Clay Kauffman as our was heard also that there might be the half interest of Logan hstes in as pastor of the Christian church at have kept them successfully in the Bracken cojnty. Rev. limits of Lexington and I am going will l;c given under the auspices of candidate it will take a great deal a "dark horse" from Lincoln in the the firm of Hays & Estes, general Brooksville, the McKinney W. C. T. U., which is more convincing argument than Mr. race, but just who he might be was merchants and produce dealers and Wilkinson is a former Milledgeville to have a flock there this spring. The buyers on Buck Creek, and will be boy. A recent issue of the paper dogs will come, but there won't lie one oi the Iivest orgnizations of the Harlan has made to convince the not stated. actively in charge of the business at there said: kind in the state. The local com- people of the district that Garrard anything to worry about. popular establishment. Mr. On January 7th, die now Christian pany which presents the play is a should not furnish the next Senator. "1 have come to New Cashier Chosen their Reynolds has been appointed n No- church of Brooksville wan dedicated. that the dog tax law the an conclusion undoubtedly His argument really sounds childish splendid one and will is injury tary Public and was in town to file F. M. Rains, secretary of the Foreign the industry rather than a benefit. to draw a crowded house. The comedy and unbecoming for one running for It his papers. He is thus empowered to Missionary Society of Cincinnati, O., used to be we could kill stray dogs, parts are very fine, and the whole such an important office. Mr. Kauff- M. E. Whceldon Elected At Popular! papers of any sort undvill be had charge of the dedicatory service. :nd sheep losses were smaller. This attest show is a splendid one from begin- man has been tried and we know South End Institution. a great convenience to all in that It is a commodius and beautiful dog law virtually licenses the dogs to ning to end. Plans are being made what he can do and will do and we section of the country who have bu- building. The ideal has not been for eat mutton, and makes us raise sheep to present the attraction at Huston-vill- e think it not good politics to "swap News from Waynesburg, in the siness of any sort to transact. beauty of architecture alone but for them to eat." The speaker advisprobably some time next week, a tried horse for an untried one." southern section of the county is to convenience as well. This church is ed farmers to get their boys interunder the auspices of the W. C. T. Friends of Hon. J. R. Mount are the effect that M. E. Wheeldon has CUPID'S CAPERS second to none in that county among ested in sheep, first because they U. there. urging him to enter the race for been elected cashier of the WaynesEverett Marksbury, 23, anil Miss the Disciples. With several large Sun- would give the youngsters a fat bank State Senator. Mr. Mount is a lead- burg Deposit Bank to succeed E. L. PULASKI GOES DRY ing hardware merchant of this city Gadberry. resigned. Mr. J. A. Hays Ollie Haggard, 21, were married at day school rooms, large auditorium account and second for the good of the church is able to take care of any the boys themselves. II tj recommendof this was elected president of this popu- the courthouse here on Dec. 27th. The prohibition forces won by an and an Garfield Griffin, 21, type setter, of the conventions that may desire ed small fllocks twenty to sixty estimated majority of 2,500 votes in county. If Mr. Mount should enter lar financial institution some weeks of Brackto the election held in Pulaski county the nice he would not only vote for ago to succeed L. G. Gooch, but de- and Miss Pearl Cummins, 10, were en. convene in the capitalare able to over large flocks. Care, which involvWe rejoice that we e amendment sired to give more of his time to married at John Cummins' on Dec. ed frequent change of pasture, he on whether licensed saloons submitting the Saturday do the work of the Master more eff- said, was tho most important success would be permitted after an absence but will go further, than the gentle- other business, it. is understood. Both 29th. .Michael Geary, 25 and Miss Ruth iciently with our splendid equipment. factor in growing sheep. of three years. The majority in the men already announced and vote for of the new officials are very popular the Broadway e and national prohibition. and well qualified for the places they Stewart, 21, were married at Dan- Rev. Mark Collis, of Lexington, beIn addressing the Jack Stock city for the dry element was 192 Christian church, of Welcome Visitors. The Christian have taken. The Waynesburg bank ville on January 2. Breeders' Association Commissioner votes, the drys carrying all but one The People's Bank of Perryville gan a series of meetings on Monday of Agriculture Cohen pointed to aft ward. This was the first time in the nnd Presbyterian Endeavors, had two has just declared its usual dividend, instance of double taxation which he history that city of Somerset gave welcome guests at their Endeavor carried a nice amount to its surplus has increased its capital stock from night following the dedication. Society Sunday in the persons of fund and is in a very flourishing con- $15,000 to $25,000. declared was unjust. Owners of a majority for prohibition. The RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION jacks in Kentucky must pay a In majority is given as almost Miss Georgia Dunn and Mr. Evans, dition. The new officials will do all FARM SALE. WAYNESBURG The United States Civil Service cense fee and then pay taxes on the devoted workers of the State C. E. in their power to make it still fur2,500 votes. Col. J. II. Daigh, of the well Commission has announced an value of the animal. The same apther useful to the splendid communfor the countv of Lincoln. plies to stallions. Three jacks from known real estate firm of "Millard & ity in which it is located. inHere, There, News of the Churches Daigh. of Waynesburg, was in Stan- Kentucky, to be held at Stanford, the Cook Farm were judged on the He reported that his stead of Stanford nnd Danville, on stage in the Armory at the afternoon ford Monday. The C. W. B. M. will meet Thrus-da- y BURCH TO MAKE RACE. January 27, 1917, to fill the position session. John W. Newman, of Versailles, afternoon at two o'clock at tho County Attorney W. S. Burch, firm had just closed the sale of the former State Commissioner of Agri- who has been under treatment at P. D. McCoy farm to Harry Todd, of rural carrier at btantord and that may later occur on rural his oindidacv for Dr. W. C! urch culture, is BRODHEAD FAIR OFFICERS Presbyterian J. Edmiston's Sauitorium, at the consideration being $1,000. nost for all the people Wod'tesdny even- director of Louisville Farm Loan Crab Orchard, for the last two There are about 45 acres in the tract rnutt'K from othercounty.offices in the The Brodhead Fair Association The examing, Jan. 10. The new uniform tonic' Bank. weeks, was at home Tuesday, great- which it located about a mile from ination will be open only to male held its annual meeting of stockholdDr. Chas. McKnight, a dentist, who ly improved but will leave at once the metropolis of the South End. cards with subjects assigned for the followeiti'ens who are actually domiciled ers lust week andG.elected the J. services will be given out. married a daughter of Wesley Dun- for Alabama, upon the advice of his ing directors: J. Frith, A. in the territory ot a postonice in me DICK COBB BUYS A CAR. can, of Monticello, was burned to physician, for a month's rest from Come; R. II. Ilanim. W. E. Gravely, A. who county and who meet the other re- E. Albright. C. II Frith. Briscoe Conn, of Danville, death in his office at Oneida. Tenn., business. Upon his return, he stated Tha Woman's Socletv of the Friday Dec. 21st. He formerly lived in to a reporter of the I. J he will an- was here Monday demonstrating his quirements set forth in Form No. Owens. R. S. Shivel and .1. W. Tate. church will meet on This form and application The directors then met and electi Wayne county. afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. nounce his candidacy for County At- new model Buick machines, sold a 1977. Mrs. Victoria Brown Mitchell, 77, torney, and asks his friends not to handsomo runabout to Richard Cobb, blanks may be obtained from the of- ed the following officers: J. G. Frith, Rev. R. G. Sheahcr, pastor of the Jr., just over the Boyle line. Tho fices mentioned above or from tho president; W. E. Gravely, Christian church, at uornin. win died at Nicholasville. She was a well pledge themselves. power and is a racy United States Civil Service Commiscar has preach at the Christian church here known educator, having taught, in Granville Owens, secretary and Sunday morning and evening, the the schools of Boyle nnd Jessamine ADDS TO HIS MARION FARM. looking roadster which Dick will find sion at Washington, D. C. Applica- treasurer. Tho fair dates will bo as to the usual the third week in August, which very handy to make his trips over tions should be forwarded pastor, Rev. D. M. Walker, filling counties for 15 years. She was tho P. II. Cormmey goes to Bradfords-vill- e the country in. Commission at Washington at tho will bo the 15th, Hih and 17th of the vacancy in the pulpit at Shelby-vill- mother of the late J. Willard Mitchell this week whore he plans to earliest practicable date. a prominent Democratic politician. spend day. for that August. about a month on his farm, LATEST WV.R NEWS J. N. Sharp, of Knoxville, formerDr. W. F. Pennybaker, one of the J. BAD HABITS Keeping up their forwurd movetho once ly of Williamsburg, died suddenly at nnd with his brother, J.nice Corminey. two surviving members of GOSHEN HONOR ROLL former owns a tract of ment along tho railroad line into n Tho Those who breakfast at eight o'properous Shaker colony at Shaker-tow- liis home on Dec. 25th. He was Grade 5 Fleecy Gooch. in this section, having served hind in that section and when there Moldavia, Field Marshal von clock or later, lunch at twelve and seven miles from Harrodsburg, 10 acres more, recently bought Grade 4 William F. Gooch. forces have taken Fokshuni, six has announced his intention of de- as Commonwealth's Attorney of the which gives him about Grade 3 Gertrude Owens. an attractive boun- and with it nearly 4,000 prisoners havo dinner at with aro almost aertnin two terms, and indigestion. They to be troubled voting tho property owned by him to Whitley district for dary of land. Franklin Grade and some cannon and machine guns. do not allow time for one meal to di- Lewis Gooch1 and Wendell Holtzclaw, a home for tho education of Worthy has held other public offices. Owens. The canture of this fortress apfnr-entl- y gest before taking another. Not less Charles Bourne, 4, the son of Morgirls, whoso parents are unable to Because of the recent bad weaYOUNG and old will laugh nil evplnces Galatz in great danger. than five hours should elapse beprovide a suitable education for ris Bourne of Jessamine county, died ening a number of at McKinney Friday evening. tween meals. If you aro troubled ther quite to miss school. the children them. There have been negotiations of blood poisoning. He was injured had CATRON BUYS KING PLACE. with indigestion correct your habits have between Dr. Pennybaker and the Christmas morning while playeing. Two negro convicts from Bath Presbyterian Synod of Kentucky to He lmd a short piece of kindling in Henry Catron, of tho Cedar Creek and take Chamberlain's Tablets, anil county burned to death in n firo The Habit of Taking Cold organize the institution, but is the his mouth and fell, tho splinter stick- which almost destroyed tho Frank- section, bought tho George King you mny reasonably hope for a quicK With many pcoplo taning cold is place of 18 acres, with nice improve- recovery. These tablets strengthen Intention of the donor that tho home ing through the jaw, coming out near fort penitentiary Monday night. ments, last week, for $3,000. Mr. the stomach and enable it to per a habit, but fortunately one that is shall be undenominational. The prop-mt- the ear. The stock of the Deatherage GroKing will hnve a sale preparatory to form its functions naturally. Ob- easily broken. Take a cold spongo owned by Dr. Pennybaker is worth $75,000, nnd the building cery and Hardware Company was Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Most leaving, which ho is advertising in tainable everywhere. bath every morning when you first Effectual today's paper. where he now resides contains 2(5 destroyed by fire at Barbourville "I havo taken a great many bottles son of former get up out of bed not ice cold, but Tilden Blunton. bedrooms and a number of spacious lust week. The loss of $3,500, of County Judge W. II. Blanton of! a temperature of about 30 degrees which $1,500 is covered by insurance. of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and Found a Sure Thins. halls and other rooms. county, following an as F. Also sleep with your window up. The building was owned by John N. very time it has cured me. I havo I. B. Wixon, Farmers Mills. N. Y., Breathitt Tom White, convicted of compile!- - Tinsley. His loss is atiout $1,200. Tho found it most effectual for a hack- has used Chamberlain's Tablets for sauit up on Kyland u. Mustek, attor Do this and you will .seldom take tv in tho ussassination of James M. Croly Hardware and GrocerybyCom- ing couch and for colds. After taking years for disorders of tho stomach noy, as he Ieit the courthouse was In- cold. When you do take cold take firo it a cough always disappears." writes and liver say's, "Chumbetiain's Tah- - dicted in tho Breathitt circuit court Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and Murcum, in Breathitt county almost pany suffered a loss of $1,500 J. R. Moore, Lost Valley. Go. Ob- - lets are the bst I havo ever used." by tho grand jury for assault and got rid of jt us quickly us possible. 11 years ago. wns paroled from tho and water, fully covered by tainable everywhere. battery. Obtainable everywhere. Obtainable everywhere. "Frankfort prison. Clay in Richmond Monday. Attorneys G. C. Wnlkcr Joe M. Politicians Vie With Cattle (By "Billy" Miller). Kavannugh was a visitor Mules for Public Interest. id All That Prevented Disastrous to Smash at Shelby City. Kauffman Wobb-Kcnyo- n ' - I I I secretary-t- i - 11 1 - 1 ." . ... reasurer; s ! - -- Lex-'ngto- n, r. One-hal- Anti-Saloo- n Cyn-thia- j i x itill lx X i 1 T - state-wid- To Play At 01 hand-linn- s. s "" At I state-wid- state-wid- al 1.-7- (9 exam-iimtin- n Everywhere es Mid-wee- k i pus-hin- above-mentione- d ' mid-wee- k ! H'lg-gar- d. Pres-bvteri- t; 35-hor- e, n, well-know- Mack-enscn- 's y The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: The Interior Journal Tuesday, January 9, 1917 THE S. M. SAl,KI.Rr,........F.ntTOB AMI TllOrRtSTOR DIMES NICKELS CENTS AND that slip through your fingers for trifles and things unnecessary will keep up your deposits in our Enlertd at the poitrfitoe at Stanford, Kg., ttcnnd tlati mail matter. Subscription Rates Doth Imum a wcfk, prr yonr $1.W 1o rloc n wrk, for 8 month 75 Twice n wcik, for fl month!.. 10 Twice n wrrk, fur 8 month o 1 Unco n wrrk, cither Imic, per year ore cmli In nitrnnco to nil; pi .Sulivriptiona p per tli'i when time for which It is paid, l Tl.p Interior Journal Is ntithorltril to nn nouncc the following candidates for ofllco t 'j jct to tho Democrntlc primary the firit ' urdny In August, 11117. (Announcement J e for each county office is $10; for district f fire, jlfi; for city or magisterial office $5. Vo niinouncimnt will to made until fee Is pad in advance.) OVERALLS Every Workingman Political Announcements. Wears Them You can't work without them they are warm; they protect your other you are not afraid to soil clothes themj you are not afraid to wash the ones we sell, for every pair of ours indigo blue, the kind e is the that never fades, nor rips, nor loses old-tim- CHRISTMAS SAVINGS FUND and will accumulate into amounts ot For Representative II. G. SKILES. For Jailer II. CLAY KAUFFMAN For Sheriff .1. II. LIVINGSTON. M.'S. BAUGHMAN. V. S. DIIYE. For County Judge M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE For County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY. For Stale Senator JAY V. HAKLAN S0WAN Si WEST NASHVILLE, if4 NASHVILLE a button. They are W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEBORDE For Assessor J. N. CASH GREAT TEMPERANCE VICTORY. The action of the U. S. Supreme Court in upholding the constitutionlaw, is ality of the Webb-Kenyo- n probably the greatest victory the temperance forces have ever won in the nation. It means the sure and nation-wid- e coming of state-wid- e prohibition that will prohibit. It means that a great number of men that who will be for prohibition will prohibit, will now take a stand in Kentucky, for with for state-wid- e this act of the supreme court, no bocze can henceforth be shipped into dry territory from outside states. With a slight amendment to the Kentucky laws, which the next legislature will undoubtedly make, pre- 0'Bryan's Duck Head four-year-o- ld . $12.50, $25.50, $63.75 and up which you will receive just in time to buy presents and meet other expenses XC " fl H We can fit you. We carry a stock of them all sizes, from n big man's 50 to a lads. Keep warm; protect your clothes more, and do more work by wearing good overalls. Next Christmas The first deposit makes you a member. After that you will become so enthusiastic it will be a pleasure to keep up the payments Everybody--oI- d McRoberts & Bailey R Journal is all that is left for me now. The others have crossed over on tho other side of the river. I will check this train of thought as it creates or is liable to, melancholy which I have always aimed to avoid. I won't say a great deal on politics because ev- cryoouy is pieaseu, out l. it. ana ne has gone to the fragile ends. I will give you a few prices on the products of this part of the world: Corn 80 to 85 cents per bushel: wheat $1.75; oats 50 to 55 cents; butter .'50 cents a pound; eggs 35 cents per dozen; hogs $10.50; good beef fat 10 to $11.50. 1'Iease excuse all of my writing faults. C. D. HOCKER. and young the baby included Invited to become members venting shipment within the state, dry counties and dry territory will in reality be dry, if the laws of the stale and the nation are enforced by officials. it to the postofficc. Postmaster. i POSTED James Smith. FOR SALE Six shares of stock in National Bank of Hustonville. J. B. Paxton, agent for owner. Ra-nc- y. 2-- The Lincoln County National Bank "" the United States Supreme Court says tho law is constitutional, after our great governor A. O. Stanley declared that it was not constitutional, and as a member of congress voted against it for that reason, so he said, at the time. And Webb-Kenyo- n just to think, FOR RENT. Furnished room in FOR RENT. Two or three rooms Myers House Flat. Mrs. T. D. 2 on first floor of my cottage fo1917. 4 M. S. Logan, Hustonville. WANTED. Middle aged to do cooking and assist with FOR RENT. Furnished or un- house work. Good wages. Address furnished rooms. Apply to Mrs. W. 'Situation," Stanford, Ky. L. Jones, Danville avenue f OLD FALSE TEETH We pay $1 FOR RENT 40 acres hemp land. to $5 per set. Mail to Dixie Tooth For sale timothy and clover hay. A. Co., 232 W. Market street. Money will be sent by return mail. Luisville, W. Carpenter, Moreland, 3-- white-woma- f. p j p. Ky. p. i'f We deeply appreciate your generous patronage of the past year and wish you a very WHERE DO YOU COME IN, JIM? A Lexington newspaper in December offered a prize for the first baby born in that city on Christmas day, and an Ashland paper last week ottered a prize for the first baby born thoie in 1917. Neither of these contests was fair. Notice too short. Along about tho first of March we are going to announce a prut for the first baby born inn Harrison county in 1918. That will give everybody a Cynhiana Democrat, the edchance. itor of which is an attractive bachelor. When told that he had inherited FOR RENT. A carriage house, $100,00, Lewis C. Dodge, employed large enough for automobile, on at a mine near Greely, Col., puffed his Main street. Mrs. Jennie F. Wearen. pipe and said he "guessed he'd better get back to work, as the boss did not WANTED. Tenant; married man pay him for loafing." preferred with small familv. Geo. W. Logan, Stanford. R. D. 4. 32p. FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases'," Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble Stanford. 97-t- f CENT -A- -WORD ADS FOR SALE. Two Iron clad, 140 egg incubators and brooders, in first class condition. Cheap if take at once. THE person holJing money order T. M. Sandidge, Moreland, R. D. No. receipt No. G2,882 will profit by bring 5. (Ads here are 1 cent a word eacn lfsue, cash with order; no ad lets than 25c each issue.) p. FOR SALE. Maxwell "25" touring car and roadster, each equipped with electric starter and lights, speedometer, demountable rims, etc., condition guaranteed; price right. II. C. Carpenter at Lincoln County National Bank. 2 2-- Happy New Year EHsasearaaam FROM I. J. READERS The Lincoln Pharmacy Stanford, Ky. New Castle, Tnd., Dec. 31, 1916 Interior Journal. Dear Sir: Enclose find $1.50 for a year's subscription to your paper. 1 am a little late in sending it in, but hope(I will not miss a single issue. I have' been in New Castle about 18 months and don't see how I can do without the paper If it was twice the price you ask for it. It is just like being at homo to sit down and read it. With best wishes to you for a prosperous New Year and many more subscribers for 1917, I am h ever, Yours Rept. W. P. WARR1NER. Clearan ON ALL kJ'liJlC ROOMS FOR RENT Over W. H. Higgins' Store Corner Main and Depot Streets Harrold, Tex., Dec. 31, 191G. Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky. Dear Sir: As I have left Electra and gone to farming out here in the Lone btar Mate and as I believe that I have made a good change and as it it a little lonesome I will kindlv ask you to change the address of my pa per to narrold, lexas, K. r. D. No. 1, isox -- U and oblige. Respt. yours, NEWLAND. P. S: Am going to trv mv hand at raising cotton, corn, peanuts and nogs. Also nave titty acres of alfalfa here on the place. Hope you and all are enjoying good health, prosperity and happiness back there in old Ken tucky, "The Land of God." B. Suits and Overcoats NOW IN PROGRESS Entire Stock of Men's J. "HLAIN." Suits and Overcoat AT BIG REDUCTIONS $16.50 21.00 22.50 27.50 $15.00 20.00 25.00 27.50 $20.00 25.00 27.50 30.00 New Year Goods Galore - :::::: GEORGE- H. FARRIS Cut Glass, China, Community Silverware, Carving Sets, Pocket Cutlery, Aluminum and Nickel Plated Ware; Dinner Sets at Special Pi ices. Fruits, Candies, Nuts, Figs Raisins, Dates, all at low prices. j i,i Trade with the merchants who advertise; they want your trade now unu uiiii mo bamo piaco join- that station I first saw tho light of day on the 27th day of October 1810. You will observe that I am no spring chicken but my neighbors call mo a game old rooster all tho same.1 I have always had a few individuals' us correspondents since I left old Lincoln until now and tho Interior n- i Guilford, Mo., Dec. 31, 1910. Editor of Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky. Dear Sir: Enclosed find draft of $1.50 for tho payment of my subscription to the Interior Journal another vear. This is a habit I formed 50 years ago. The Journal was born in 18(50, I can not just give tho month of tho year or tho day of tho month of the year ; old Lincoln in the month of Sep- nber 18(10, but with an idea well stahlished in my mind that some ay I would wander back to the aunts of my childhood and sure enough in the spring of 1805 found i io located at McKinnoy Station, not r railroad station but an oldtlndian fation, however, tho two stations 1 Suits now Suits now Suits now Suits now . . . . . . . . Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats now now now now . . . . $12.00 16.50 20.00 21.50 Ladies' Shoes TERMS Positively Cash DANVILLE. Incorporated Big Reductions on All Broken Lots iir Parks & Hendren Co. KENTUCKY 'A The Inferior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: O. P. Newlnnd was up from Burn-sid- e Tuesday, January 9, 1917 I Condition of TheFirstfiational Bank Stanford, Ky., Dec. 30, 1916 RESOURCES Loans, Stocks and Bonds $341,62253 Banking House 6,600.00 Due from Banks 29,048. Cash and Due from U. S. Treas... 9,257.28 1 1 1 Col. Thos. .Metcalf, of Boyle spent several days Inst week in Pinovlllc with his brother, Col. C W. Metcalf. Mr. nnd Mrs. Logan Ml ormnrk have gone to housekeeping on the court day. ,iurchnfed by his father. IlllliUl Vtll flU'llkUl Itlllll, lUWUUll Total LIABILITIES .Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Circulation Bills Payable $396,527.92 $ 50,000.00 28,500.00 3,498.04 50,000.00 6,500.00 DEPOSITS Total A dividend of 3 258,029.88 $396,527.92 per cent declared payable on 7 demand; leaving per cent to undivided profits Hia Women's and Children's Coats Just a few sizes left. If you can use one of them, we will make the prices right. W. E. PERKINS, Kentucky Crab Orchard, Lud Fisher was over from Danville Sunday. Thompson and Cecil Brown Jan. 11. A meeting of the C. W. of Charlie Lancaster, were here Sunday. M. at the Christian church at 2 B. Mr Cicero Reynolds has been cono'clock. to his home for several weeks Jan. 12. "Turn of he the Tide" fined on account of illness. 1 McKinney at 7 :30 o'clock. at Owsley moved to her Mrs. Jan. 13. The Bculah Walker Cir- home on S. E. Preachersville pike last the cle will meet with Mrs. J. B. Perkins week. at 2 o'clcock. Mrs. W. B. O'Bnnon and Mrs. W. C Wilson were in Lexington several Mr. and Mrs. James A. Beazley, of days last week. Lancaster were here Monday for the Mr. and Fisher, of Danday. ' Nicholas-vill- ville, spent Mrs. Samwith her parents, Sunday Miss Beaumont, of near Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Phillips. is the guest of her sister, Airs. George Depp, the son of J. D. Albert Phillips. repp, of Hustonville, who has been Baker Walls, who holds a nice po- ill with pneumonia is better. . sition at the school of reform at George Cress and H. P. Day, of Greendale, spent Monday at home Waynesburg, were in town Monday ' here. and paid this office an appreciated Personal and Social 3-- e, I How's This? Ones Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be by Hall's Cattirrh Medicine. cured Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken by catarrh sufferers for the past thlrty-flv- e years, and has become known, as the most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Pol-so- n from the Blood and healing the dis- Wo offer eased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will sco a In your general great Improvement call. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rice have returned to their home at Jackson, Tenn., after a visit to Mr. George P. Bright and Mrs. Susan Yeager. A handsome little son has arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Murphy, near Liberty. He was been named Samuel Durham Murphy, Jr. Mrs. Beaureguard Alexander, of Owenton, has returned home after a visit to Miss Ella May Saunders and other relatives and friends in this i ounty. health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine at once and (?ct rid of catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists. 75c. Miss Margaret Shanks, who is at home for Christmas vacation from Shclbyville, has returned after spending several days with her aunt, Mrs. H. Kirby Bou.'ne at New Castle 1917 Buicks $ 985.00 Mr. nnd Mrs. Lognn McCall, and little Miss Kalherine Brndy, spent Sunday with Mr. McCnll's relatives daughter at Mnretburg. Osborne Dent Geirge D. Hopper, who is making to quite a success as agent for the Penn Mr. Alexander Murphy Company, in DanMutual Insurance on December twenty-fift- h ville, spent Monday here. nineteen hundred nnd sixteen Mr. nnd Mrs. L. Wcaten Hughes Lancaster, Ky. nnd handsome little son, of Memphis, At Home have been the. guests of Mrs. Julia after February the first Hughes nnd L. K. Hughes. Balboa, Canal Zone Misses Snllie nnd Lucile Parsons Tnd Misses Dora nnd Gladys Stout ANNOUNCEMENTS ISSUED have returned from n pleasant visit Handsome announcements hnve to their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. issued as follows: Mahau at Lnnenster. Mr. John T. Holtzclaw Col. and Mrs. J. B. Willis, of Crab announces marriage of his daughter through Stanford Orchard, pissed Mary Eliza late last week, en loute home from to Louisville, where they spent several Mr. Jonathan David Rankin days. Wednesday, December twenty-seveMrs. Ola Woodward, of London, thousand nine hundred and Mrs. T. J. Nicelv, of Mt. Vernon nnd one sixteen Mrs. G. B. Broyles, of Crab Orchnrd, Gilbert's Creek, Kentucky spent Inst week witli Mrs. W. F. in the Hiutt section. STANFORD GIRL ENTERTAINED Charlie Thompson was over from One of the most attratcive enterLancaster Sunday. Charley holds a good position with the Garrard Bank tainment of the season, was given & Trust Company. Mt. Vernon Sig- by Mrs. Will McBce and Mrs. Jett, at Mrs. Jett's home nal. Air. nnd Mrs. Lindcoy Rankin, of the "Topeka." The reception was in Boyle, county were the guests of honor of Mrs. Leslie Blair, of Kj., Miss Christine Davis, Mrs. Rnnkin's brother, Mr. Cosby Monti-cell- o of Winchester, and Miss Pattye PerMcBenth for the holidays. kins, of Stanford. The decorations Outlook. Dr. M. D. Enrly, pastor of the were carried out in Christmas colors Baptist church', attended n meeting and potted plants. The guests were: of the District Associntion Executive MesdamesH Will Fish, Cossie D. SutMiller, Willis MeKenzie, Tuesday after- ton, R. Board at Danville and Risse Williams, Misses Amy noon. C. II. Robbins, of Crab Orchard, Proctor, Sallie Reynolds, Louanna was in the city several days this week Whitehead, Blanche Crawford, Bonvisiting relatives. A. J. Bailey, of nie Niceh, Julia Fish, Fan Sparks, Crab Orchnrd, was in the county sev- Ethel Azbill, Jennie M. Miller nnd Muttie Pennington. Mt Vernon Sigeral days this week buying cnttlc. nal. Middlesboro Three Stntcs. O. Z. Reynolds nnd three children, of Ash Fork, .friz, are the guests of High School Notes his mother, Mrs. Lucy Reynolds in the Waynesburg section. Mr. Reyv. I) nold came to the I. J. office Monday ing addivssM. Walker gave an inspirin the auditorium during his subscription to the chapel and renewed last Thursday morning. I. J. He said: "It is just like a letter All the pupils in froir home and we can not live with- very eagerly looking the school are forward to the visits to our Gladys out its lUulah Power's Company, on wes'ern home." Miss Mae Warren has returned to January 17th, and are anxious that Stanford after visiting for several this entertainment have a good patdays with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sherry ronage ah the proceeds go towards street. Miss tne uunuing up oi a school library. on North Limestone Dr. S. Warren came home with Mrs. Sherry and Rev D. Gordon. Rev. P. L. Bruce D. M. Walker from Winchester, where both had el Wednesday morning.were at chatt Dr. Gordon been visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Kiser. Mrs. Riser was formerly Miss conducted the exercises nnd gave a Anna Warren, of Stanford. Lexing- very interesting and instructive talk, which" was thoroughly enjoyed by all ton Leader. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Walsh, Jr.. of the pupils who were so favored as to St. Louis, gave a "Baby Party" last hear him. A new lule was put in effect durweek, which was one of the most prelast few days. It is now tentious events of the season. Among ing the Yv laws of the school for anythe guests were Miss Mary D. Jones against and Dan Jones, who have many rela- one to come on or pass through the said of school grounds, while school is not in tives here. The the attractive costumes they wore: session, that is lrom three to eight, Miss Mary D. Jones, the V. P. Queen, and from Friday to Monday. Rev. M. D. Enrly made the school went dressed in ivigs nnd tntters, nnd was one of the hits of the affair. Her a visit Monday morning and conductbrother, Dan Jones, wore blue ging ed the devotional exercises in the morning in a very entertaining manham troel; ami a blond curly wig. ner. EVERRODY is going to see "The STANFORD HONOR ROLL Turn of the Tide" at McKinney FriThe honor roll for the past month day evening, Jan. 12 at 7:30 o'clock. of December is as follows: Grade 1 Marie Bauman, Laura SINK JACOB'S James Craig, Omer Dishon, Bessie The marriaire of Miss Vernn Sink Clay Farris, Herbert Gover, Carl of Lexington and W C. Jacobs, of Lynn Nevius, Edward Pettus. Freda Birmingham, Ala., took place at the Robinson and Lillian VonGruenigan. Lelnnd Hotel in Lexington last week, Grade 2 Sam Bell. Thcodoie Rev. T. C. Ecton officiating. The bride Cnntrill, Delbert Crawford, Mary is the daughter of C. C. Sink, manu- Blain Foster, Sadie Fanner, Frank facturers' agent, a graduate of Goggin, Nettie Gover, Ruth Masters, and a grand- Bennie Rankin, Richard Southnid, E. daughter of A. C. Carman of this city P. Woods. and is indeed a very attractive young Grade 3 Ophelia Bailey, Zella lady, while the groom is the son of Harnett, Josephine Belden, Charlej Mrs. Elmer b. Jacobs and is salesman Blankenship, Beatrice Camenisch, for the Liggett & Myers Tobacco Charles Masters, James Matlieny, Company. They will make their homo Lewis Mershon, Delia Mitchell, Dolly at Gadsden, Georgia. Walls, James Daly. Grade 4 Fred Bauman, Annelle Carson, Irene Livingston, Ellie Eunice Pepples, Sabra Walker, Rowan Saufley, Jr., Welch Pepples, a Hntler Smith, Kntherine Murphy, Traylor. n De-BorSadie-Richard- s GO TO PANAMA THIS WEEK Mr. nnd Mrs. Znn Murphy, who ' hnve been visiting his mother, Mrs.! W. L. Murphy at Shelby City, for several days, leave this week, for their home in Pnnamn. HnmNnme-l- y j engraved nnnouin ement have bet n received iy menus, rending as I oi- lows: Mr. nnd Mrs. James Monroe Young .' -- ...... . ..I me . iiuiiuuntu 4t... imunnge oii .1 ineir I WWWSBOtTflT i && wiwwBrBraiw! W T' & W p A Plus Our Service Most Miles per Dollar for You Je" Wt jt, . jdr xb a. K a TG W feff''&2iP S-- l Telephone V (V'M Will m 1 OTOR1STS 1 ? JL everywhere are familiar with the big results that car owners get from Firestone Tires. Motorists of this community should also be familiar with '. More-hea- d, ! LrPJig5JWvxspyfar.Cft,wgagytgrr X ' our service and the way it adds to the comfort and convenience of car owners. Use Firestone and us. H. C. Caruenter Agent, Stanford, Kentucky. rrtiqvn r m ammaistn mt&r j3wi ww&tmmsKLrcirKKUJUMffc rrs,' v&ij&ajJ&&. . ' wm uuh&u. i-9? Hustonville semi-weekl- y Post-Dispat- here last week solicit i;g fuwN The eclipse of the moon began to ilnK , the completion of the Cp- makc its appearance Sunday night at tjst church at Harris' Creek. 12 o'clock at which time it was per' fectly clear and it was covered over by a shadow. At 12:30 it had cloud- - &?mtt$SJ?ZtUXSZTj;xsm7a ed up with breaks through the clouds at intervals so it could easily have $ H been seen at various times and at TkT a 12:30 a very very bright star was ,YJjnji" FitHQ SWiiQIAr in thewest just a short way shining I. above the horizon, but as the clouds came over this beautiful bright star was hidden from view. At 12:."i 'he, moon was almost covered by a shad- ow making it considerably darker all the while and at 1 :30 the shadow the moon had completely covered and it was dark as midnight with the exception of the bright stars. The shadow had a bloody appearance and the total eclipse looked rather unpleasant to superstitious people. At 2 o'clock the eclipse wns in full, Stephenson, wife Mr. James e ,W and baby, of near Stanford, spent Sunday with C. P. Brown and wife. R. M. Houchins, of Elixir Springs, RevH. M. Shouse of Danville, w. - J (.ill "sr 0&V i'C W i j was in town a few days ago. lie knid that he still had a number of guests. Mrs. Sophie Carpenter has moved to John B. RilFe's to keep houe for him. .Mr. nnd Mrs. Edgar Miller of Mt. Salem have moved to the Nail property on corner of Douglas avenue and Susan street. Elmer Burgm, the Moreland auto liveryman's car became unmanageable last Sunday evening in front of F. M. Yowell's residence and turned turtle over the bank into the ditch, pinning .Mr. Burgin beneath the machine and he was not able to get out. Algar Weddle happened along shortly I j I X if MID I'll Cainpbell-IIagerma- n Mc-Clnr- y, Le-on- Advance in Price January 1 5th 1020.00 ers $10.00 on the Fours $50.00 on the Sixes PRESENT PRICES 650.00 665.00 Any orders taken before the 15th will be filled at the above prices. Remember the 15th -- ?' $1.00 will b? given to the first person giving us the name of a prospect that we sell a car. Get up a list and mail us Conn mSl vkJP New Location with Kentucky Auto Co., Walnut St., Danville, Ky. rraacnnw Taylor Brandenburg, pastor of the Baptist church, has been ill of the grippe for several davs. John Good, son c f George Good, of near Willow Grove church died of tuberculosis after a long illness. He was 31 years of age. Dunn Saudldge is at homo here with his grandmother, Mrs. Snllio CASH for ACCOUNTS Dunn for a few days. Spragens, daughter Mrs. Arthur Wo get ou cash on Accounts, Notes, and son passed through hero a few Claims, by collecting quickly any- days ago on their way to Danville. ' Mrs. George where in United States. Collection Tyguaranteed or no charges. : : : : : rone, Okln., loftIlilFe and son, of for last Wednesday MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY their home after a pleasant visit for a few days among relatives and Somerset, Ky. Uev. v. Grade 5 Olga Camenisch, Sadie K. Kincaid, Mary Susie Rankin, Loui.e Stone. Matilda Bell, Dorothy Tribble, Lucille Walker, James Pax-tpPhillips Nevius. Giade (! Mabel Masters, Guy Wal-liFrances Tate, Mary Dishon, Lucile Ballou, Mary G. Powell. Giade 7 Lelia Cook Rnney, Adelaide Proctor, Allene Gooch, Mattie Bell Kincaid, Isabella Warren, Mary Kntherine Hoeker, Mary Frances Mathcny, Marjorie Ballou, Joan Bal-loJohn Reichenbach, France.". Fish. Grade 8 James Baughman, Henry Baujihman, Joseph Ballou, Guy Smith. Bertha Blankenship, Sara Bright, Leathor Bowling, Lucile Carter, Emily Camenisch, Annie Lee Eubanks, Marie Powell, Ola Rankin, Albert Sloan, Louise Waters, Lucile Waters, Margaret Wood. Vie Gose Smith, Sadie Freshman Wearen. William Welburn. Robert Nevius, Tubithn Martin, Mary Hill Carman. Joe Grimes, George Fleece Farris. ellie Davis, Frances Cormi- uy, rrank Cordier, James Patterson Tanner. Sophomore Hester Anderson, Mary Prackett, Sylvia Farmer. Sam Craig, Earl Baughman, Davis Faulkner, Ruby Hilton, Mary Belle Lyons, Margaret Matlieny. Junior Annie- Rogers Powell, Annette Wenren, CInrenco Singleton, Hill, Thelma Gene Wood, Rachel Francis, Allio Russell Fish, Frances Embry, Annie V. Craig, Mary Bock, Ehznlxti Cartt., Nancy K. McKin-neMav Bailey. Ilenluy Cash, Senici Joe T. Embry. "'.itsy Grimes, Nellie Wilson Hill, i idinand Matlieny, Pattye Perkins. Serena Young. n, n, u, help and soon rescued Mr. Burgin, who was considerably bruised and mashed-up- . Yes there are hard times. We throw away our ashes and buy soap; wo raise dogs and buy hogs for meat; we grow weeds and buy vegetables and brooms; we catch fish with a $! rod; we build school houses at home nnd send our children away from home to be educated and at last we send our boy out with $ 10 shot gun and a 819 bird dog to hunt a 10 cent game. Mrs. W. R. Williams is back from Winchester after a pleasant visit to her daughter, Mrs. Frank Mansfield. Miss Ada Alcorn left Thursday for Bay City, Mich., after a )leaant Christmas with her father, Dr. Edw. Alcorn and other relatives. D. W. Dunn was in Danville last Friday on a business trip. Mrs. J. G. Moncrieff has returned to her home in Chicago after spending Xmas with her father Dr. Edw. Alcorn. Less Reid, wife and baby are htve from Virginia the guests of relatives nud friends. Dodd Skinner has returned to Virginia to resume his position. The little son of Dr. Weddle has diphtheria. The sudden outbreak bus parents of other children in a turmoil. Allen Barrs left last Wednesday for Philadelphia, Pa., in the interest of mining business. Walter M. CV.rson, son of W. P. Carson, now of Detroit, Mich., and Miss Cecelia W. Woodworth, of De troit, Mich., daughter of a well to do fanner. The wedding occured on Dec. l(i. ID K!. Cell McAninch, of McKinney, was ami was able to here a few days guide his auto again. Fred Jeffers and family are back where they home from Louisville, have been the guects of his mother. after the-- accident and secured W ' Jim I CBtnrjMJ raonus iS5 ' Y' l OU'LL never feel right or look right you're dressed unless right. For further par- ticuiai"? see R c Mason Stanford, Ky. Pnge Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Farm anrl Stock News Tuesday, January 9, 191? SEVEN YEARS OF SUFFERING ENDS In the West End Julius McKinncy sold to George Tucker n Jersey milk cow unil calf for $00. Frank Cntron has recently bought the place known us the Joe Purcell farm near Brodhead for .$2,000, and will make his home there. In Rockcastle K. J. Smith bought Tanlac Helps Man In Fight of W. J. Sptuks GO hogs averaging 100 pounds each at 8 cents and a sow and seven pigs for $25. Against Health Worries, Dr. J. 11. Adams, Plum Blanch, S. C, bought this week of Mr. Allen egistored S. Edeleu, Mur"'n, a lin Afler ii(T'ilnc s('oii jenis with lil saddle mure and is hnung her bred Bohemian King. timoh. I'lnreine Klniuisnii. Clnilc mill to I'nwoll & Depp, stock dealcis of CViit nil iiwnite. I incliiiititl, litis nt ln- -t the West End, Mild here Monday 00 found th relief Im iix looking foi. ewe to Hairy Goggin, of Hubble, at lip fmiml It In Tnnliii'. 0 .)0 per head. They also sold one With n Ptuiliio Smile" lie tol.l Ills mine mule to a Mi. TmiiIhc Mnn aWy to the D.olin, of Boyle county for $150. "Vnr hi- fii )nr I mffi'ioil with m E. P. Carpenter, of Hustonville, stotuu h M. trouble Im sail with I sold to C. C. IlHiiison, of Lexington, coiitcd Inutile, u a fancy black Dijrnitv Pare gelding, for $200. Mr. Carpene Illoilll'll IcolllU four year-ol- d nfier oathm mikI ter nio sold to Thomas Smiley, of bay Digninou mill tlii'ii i Leingiou a ty Dare nmre for $200. little touch of The C.Ienwotih Farms, Hurgin, shipped today to Vktorcin, Va a "As time went regitere ' chestnut mine, on I lull wiiwe. consigned to Mr. K. G. Rngley. Mr. Mj npK'tltc lelt HngW has. his mure bred to Bohela o ti ll (1 t li e II mian King In fore being shipped to him. ciiiiu' licii.'m-lnLogan Hubble nold this week to I i mild iiu lo t. W. B. Burton, mule Inner of a mm li work n l a car of mule. Tliore I w ll liuxi'il to were 22 mule in this shipment, 18 mit vetting tiicl. mare mules and four hone mules I was losing my and Mr. Hubble eecived an average StlVllgtll. of .MOO a head for them. C. FLANAGAN. "1 j(hi; ii sim Mrs. Elra D. Berry, of near Sharp'-buig- . I has sold two fauns. One ple llledlfillc of 52 acies, near Sharpsbuig was got a llttli teller, hut toon I wit-- . woi-- e pur based by Di Conway for S 152.00 than oxer. Then got peiiicd. .'11 acres and old iloiiHp an aeie, Cieek, the other, "irtcn sifter iimmIs I was bought by Rc.in at Flat lli with rlilllllK. Cold su'itt.S Iniit.' G. Owmgs. of Montgomery county, out. Mrs. Bcrrv purfor $1 Hi an "Tor ilnvx I inti'( In hope of uettlin: chased a 205-aci- eacie. faim, splendidlj lietter .My bowels elo.'ued up mil improved, in Shelby county. f"r $11.-00- 0 dosing. tleeited and will move theie to m 'Le".My whole system wns tun down. I ber futuie home. Smith & McClintock Caywood, wns eiiMts, iieixoiis iind lilue. M have bought from Bourbon fnimeit, I ei'iinie pn-- t. "Then I sinned to tiikt'T.inlnc. Xi.u ten head of woik mules at prices from $185 to o10 rach. look," mill .Mi. Kl.iiur.'.-iagain called winging Thev sold 25 mules at r'ces tnnging attention to Ills healthy, riulilj from $175 to $200 mHi. Mvois Kr McClintoc!:, of Paris, have so'd sev"I lme sullied In weight, too." In; en head of aged mules to Charles, of ' This ought to tell you Lexington, at an average of $?tl continued. What I tlilnl; ol Tmiliic mid how per head. They also sold four head of mid ti illhlully leeonin.eiiil it aged mules to Caywood, Smith & Mceach Clintock at around to the people or Cincinnati. Shel Oatts and Frank Robinson, ".M.i heaith uoiiles me all gone an I who compose the stock I now feel better than hue felt lor of Oatts & Robinson, handling film of Danville, yen is." were on the local maiket Monday, looking for some likelv .stuff. Mr. Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stan-fo- Robinson was leady to buy anv mules at The Penny Drug Stoic, E. R. I tin nnlllil find fll.lt would fit. iho I11PO demand he has built up in Louisnna. Coleman, Proprietor. He shipped a car. ol z neaii tneio will take down anothweek Tanlac can now be obtained in fol- lastcar thisand week. This firm sold to er lowing nearoy cities: Morelar.d, Ab- Tom Duiham. of Danville, 21 head raham Minks; Hustonville, Adams of yeailing steers that averaged 000 pounds: to H. A. Hudson they sold 7 I5ros.; McKinncy, True & Co.; Ellis-bur- head of nice yearling steers that av-Joe McWilliams; Middleburg, aged 550 pounds, at S7.25 a hunW. C. Bryant; Crab Oi chard, Lyne ched pounds and SI on the head. two-vear-o- ld - Bora! A outSiera entlem te&&mmsmL ti 7, 7 f 9 s23-- four-yr-ar-o- JTrs::. H? '" jsss&mBB&ffift -- '. . 1 ' - 1901 SUN five-gaite- d NQVEMBER I i9Q l I' MOM TU C VVCP I I f Htl .jjll 15 1G ' Um-caste- 10 Ti" I'd 35 17. 16 2-I 1 lo-u- 19 20 ZZ 25 25 26 27 28 29 j 50l 1 ) lr 21 J" v'""" . ms7 v - 'fir ('"fc KSMa .'w is ' ;".l , - '. ": "... Brevs- l- .o . .. . .. ': : . 1 mmmmmWMMmmdmMmmmmmmmmsMmm It was midnight, cold and dark. The calendar told the date Monday, November 4th, 1901. They tell me I opened my eyes and blinked in the glare of the big electric lights. Around me were men in spotless white talking in low tones. "Jim," one said, "we have been watching for this little fellow for a long while and now he's here." Jim picked me up, looked me over, struck a match and took a long, deep puff. Then he took another. ,Ji Whs Midnight November 41901 In Durham.MC A ... s ' j eoin-IIolo- sin-ceie- 1 'l 1 "Gentlemen," he said,"He is perfect. Quality does tell. You can't fail to recognize good blood. His mother was a Virginian, his father an aristocrat of the Carolinas. He comes from the very best stock the very sweetest, ripest, mellowest Virginia and Carolina tobacco, and we will raise him rightin one of "the whitest, cleanest, healthiest homes on earth." i "' i ul Even then I was glad all over to hear his words. It is a great thing to have real breeding behind you, to know who your folks are. It starts a fellow right. g, ei We Folks of the South KNOW good blood. We Folks of the South KNOW good tobacco. Bros.; Brodhcad, John Robins; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. A. Horton. 20-Year PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public outciy at my faim at Cedar Creek, on the Crab in sums of $2,000 or moie. No loan Orchard and Stanford pike on fee charged Phone or Write THURSDAY, JAN. 18, 1917 D. A. THOiMAS the following described propcity to Lancaster, Ky. wit: , 'T Five milch cows; one calf; one t W'LIAESfi-3 riding cultivatoi ; two Oliver Chill turning plows, No. 20; one new gar- That is why I just had to have heaps of friends down South here. I want pou, Mr. Reader, for one 'Of my friends, and it means a whole lot when I say Bnv me. If you don't like me return me to vour dealer and aefc your money back. I have said it. A Southern gentleman is known the world over for keeping his word, and I have given you mine. iR FARM LOANS I I am guaranteed by m f v, ' JrjMjeczvt, i ""'.rX fc i E' den plows; one double shovel plow; e wagon; one set plow one r. r t STlUVIEag? rcjHCTg-- n harness; one stack of millet hay; lot .. H t t of tobacco sticks; 50 or 00 barrels ifj iuui mjnninr ?t of corn; household and kitchen fuini- tuie, all new; big lot of canned fruits R. M. and other things too numerous to Hcntlquartcrt for Best mention. GEORGE W. KING. FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Sale hcirinniug at 10 A. M. Phone 1GS and 45. Stanford, Ky. Office of Col. V. D. Petets, autcioneer. i jBiifjreifttaffi::''.i;iuiiirj.BrLL'': -a C3 S i " mv r w fV !. ?$, vj two-hors- Wjs "wTJMJ,-v-iiiV'nVWiJKUFY- NEWLAND 6& WO'B THE A 6J JLSl OXJ (S r 929 Sy m&b Hdbr No. 2017 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF 2 Jem of fffi&m GBNTLSKAW Sb4 b4HH0 V THE SOUTH CL6& THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE At Hustonville, in the State of Kentucky at close of business, Dec. TU.'CnTTRCPR 19Ifi and discounts (except those shown on b anil c) . .. Oveidiatts. secuied !!, 10 1.7 ; un.secuieil $05..'S0 U. S. Bond deposited to secuie circulation (par value) . Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription Value of banking house (if unencumbered) .. Furniture and fixtures Not tuinuiit due ioni appioed ieerve ngents 15.80 $ in New York, Chicago and St. Louis Net umo'uit due from approved toerve agents 10,8jt8.8l in other leserve cities Net ninnuiit due from banks and bankers (other than uiuiu- - ' ded in 12 or 20) ; 20. U OuUide i heck and other cash items 222.08 . . .. Fnu'tionul eurroncy, nickols and cents Nolo of other national banks . . Fwlsfrnl Reserve notos lawful roKorve in vault and net amount from rcderul Re- Lotmf I ! J We sell this great cigarette in Stanford. Try a package and you will be convinced that all the above advertisement says, is true 1,170.01 50,000.00 2,250.00 2,000.00 800.00 ! 10,851.04 E. R. COLEMAN, Proprietor The Penny Drug Store STANFORD, KENTUCKY BAUGHMAN'S I,:i80.t2 1, 7(1000 2:15.00 2 12 52 none Hank ItlNlumptiun fund with U. S. Tiuiiturer mid due from U. h. TieiiKUier . TotMl ' ' 18,000.10 2,500.00 $257,l(i0.(i8 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Siiiplu tuud UndUidud piolits L(M $ 50,000.00 24,000.00 l,00.'l.i:i inteieht and taxes paid .. Circulating notes outstanding Net Hinuunt due to banks and bankers (other than included .... . . .. in 20 or !10) Individual deposits subject to check !! 1, :5, 3(i, :i7, 38, 39 Total demand deposits, Items 3U, and 10, $127,323.10. euiiont o.spmuofc, ... ... $7,515.52 5,012.30 50,000.00 225.10 127,323.10 Total 1 1 . $257,1(10.08 Stale of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: d bank do solemnly swear 11 iinckor. Cashier of the above-nameknowledge 11ml belief, the 'above statement is tiue to the best of myIIOCKER, Cashier that J. II. Subscribed and cworn to befoia Inu this 0th day of January.17 Notary Public My commission expires Feb. 10, '20 Correct J. W. POWELL, J. D. DEPP, Attest: KDW. ALCORN, Directors JUNCTION CITY HONOR ROLL Saufley The following is the roll of honor of the Junction City High School for The jieople tue having fine hog the fouith month ending Dec. 22nd: killing weather. Senior Tom Hl.u kster. Mr. D. C. Lair gave his bchool a Junior Jesse Kellcv, Lillie Kenne, Kiln Piewitt, S. W. Iiiirke, Clyde nice Chiistnuib tree. All of the pupil.) Clem. got pi'esents and had a fine time. Sophomoie Horace Allstott, AnMrs. P. Sampson and children, of nie Atkins, Ilobeit Reynolds. me Kieahmnn Kveretl Owens, Mar- Columbus, O.,W. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. bampson. gin et Lee Grubbs. Miss Ollie Owens, of King's MounGrade 8 Virgil Allstott, Ilnyden tain, is visiting Miss Laura Floyd. Giubbs, N'eal Piewitt, Harold. Guide 7 Will A. Kevnolds, Vir- Mr. Pitts Sampson of Columbus. giniu Houtt, llurnett Kelley. O., spent Xmas with his home folks. ' h Grade 0 Kdwnrd Grubbs, Rev. Childless filled his regular Owens. night and Guide T Joseph Atkins, Carey appointment here Saturday Sunday. llaker, Agnes ItobciUon. Mr. Will Watts and Miss Ada Grade Heitie O.sbome, Alrio Dunn, Esther Ciabtree, Ilui'h Kwing, Floyd drove to Rev. Owens' and were married on Dec. 20th. After the cereKliabeth Iluike, Gravely Thnrpe. William Grubbs, Jewel mony they went to Somerset to visit Giade Huggard, Chailes Holtby, Hugh Rey- her sister, Mis. Sam Boone. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. nolds. Giade 2 John Hammer. Francis Will Dunaway, Mr. Rowen Adams Pieston, Charles Lewis, Elizabeth .and Miss Ida Floyd. Mrs. Susie Adams gave a Chtist-'ma- s ;Ely, Cairio Jones, Robert Feiguson, dinner on Dec. 20th, in honor of Dorothy Simmons, Gladys Haggard. Grade 1 Jesse McKee Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Will Watts. Several of Elizabeth Robinson, Caroline Grubbs, the young people were present and enjoyed a fine time. Lloyd Kelley, Jesse Trayner. Klixu-bet1 'A I "HEN FEED" We are making a mixed feed for chickens from clean wholesome grain and feed, proportioned to make an ideal food for the fowl. Here it the Mixtures Cracked corn, wheat, buckwheat, sugar cane seed, oats and barley. All feed-nwaste in it. Try some now you will like it. $2.50 per 100 lbs. o i J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, . KEI, TUCKY