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No. 4 GOSHEN Mrs. Inter ior Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, I OURNAI 1917 & Friday, January 12, Tuesdays and Fridays "Uncle Dink" In Race GAS STRUCK IN OIL DRILLING Sure Signs Of Oil Snid To Have Been Found By Crew At Work In Buck Creek Section big producing gas well wns n depth of 218 feet by the which is drilling for oil on tho view Albeit Schuler farm in the Buck Creek section, in the southern section of the county, lute Inst week. A great deal of interest has been aroused in all that section for the experts say that this is a splcnHid indication of oil close at hand. The rigging was moved southward 800 feet and another well has been started, the gas from the first well being piped and used for fuel in the drilling operations. Deputy Sheriff Monroe Thompson of that section, was in town Monday, and told of the work which is being pushed rapidly by the Daniel Boone Oil Company, of Pittsburg, which has the drilling in charge. He said that when the first well was drilled, a strata of almost solid limestone was struck, which mnde work slow until it was pierced. The limestone proved to be 18 feet in thickness. A SCHOOL IMPROVED. Fourth Stock Dividend Declared On State Bank Stock By First National Tomorrow, Janunry 13th will be a lucky date for the stockholders of the State Bank & Trust Company, whose business the First National Bank of this city, has been winding up for the past year. Announcement was made today that another stock dividend will be made by the First National Bank, tomorrow, Saturdny, Jan. 13th. This will make the fourth dividend declared on this stock since the First National took charge, and will undoubtedly be pleasing to tho lnrgc number who were interested in the late concern. struck at First Dividend Declared By Stanford Creamery, Great Benefit To Community The I. J. takes pleasure in publishing below the finnncial statement of the Stanford Creamery, one of the most beneficial little enterprises in the community. The first dividend is declared in this stntmcat and a nice sum is carried to undivided profits. About CP farmers, arc interested in the enterprise, which is entirely a cooperative affair, and is doing a fine work in the community. The statement of its condition is as follows: LIABILITIES $ (5,000.00 Capital Stock Owing for December but- CHILDREN SHOW NERVE The nerve and presence of mind of Marie Chancellor, aged 14 and and Fables; Otis' Hannah of Ken- Joe B. Chancellor, aged 12, children tucky; Pratt's Legends of the Red of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chancellor, who Children; Dickens' Story of Little live on the Crab Orchard pike cast of Nell; Hawke's Trail to the Woods; Stanford, was probably nil that prevery serious accident Haarcn's Famous Men of Modern vented a they were driving ran when the horse away Times and Whitehead's Two Great last Tuesday afternoon. The children drive to town each morning to school. Southerners. When they started home that afternoon, the animal bolted. He ran down PLAY AT HUSTONVILLE Main street, narrowly missing sever-n- l pedestrians, and other vehicles, On Tuesday evening, January 10, the "The Turn of the Tide" will be but was finally stopped by the children the rig presented by the Stanford Dramatic with on lower Main. When runaway the child and the Club at Alcorn's Opera House at dashed through town, it wns seen thnt Hustonville, under the auspices of each child had a line, and they were the W. C.T . U., of Hustonville. This tugging and sawing away at the play was given .here under the aus- brute's mouth with all the strength they possessed. The lad had started pices of the local W. C. T. U. on to drive, but when the horse bolted, Christmas night and will be given at he handed his sister one of the reins, McKinncy tonight. The comedy parts realizing that their combined strength are indeed good and the whole show would probably accomplish more than either one single handed and alone. is a splendid one from the beginning Both Were highly complimented unon to the end and is worth going to see. their nerve and braverv in handling See this play at Hustonville on Tues the vicious animal, when they re day evening at 7:30. Admission 25 turned to town. cents. Reserved scats 35 cents. NEW MAXWELL AGENCY NEW EAST END DIRECTOR Dollic McBcc, the efficient tencher at Goshen school, reports thnt some much needed improvements have been made to the school house with tho proceeds from tho pio supper which was recently held there. The supper netted $54.83 and this was expended for the building of a porcli across tho front of tho brihl-inover both doors, tho addition of seven new books to the school library and the purchase of shades for tho seven windows of the schoolhousn. The Goshen school is one of the mrst progressive of the county public schools and is doing fine work under Mrs. McBec's management. The new books bought for the Goshen school library were: Baldwins' Fairy Stories g, ter fat Outstanding checks... Accounts payable .... Bad debts Dividend, Undivided CU 1,(520.24 157.25 302.39 250.92 240.00 1,(508.05 $1 profits Total RESOURCES ,,BuilBng and .Jot...,,- -. 0,184.85 m OOJigO At the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Crab Orchard Banking Company Tuesday, all of the former directors were and Dr. J. A. Harmon, was added to the board. Dr. Harmon is a very popular and progressive physician of the East End, and will be a decided addition to the board of this rapidly growing and hustling finnncial institution, which plays such an important part in the commercial life of the East End. STANLEY of Danville, who operates the auto line between that city and this, this week received appointment .ns agent for the famous Maxwell automobile for the counties of Boyle, Lincoln and Casey. Mr. Minks drives a Maxwell, but has arranged for a new model 1917 demonstrator. He is a thoroughly posted automobile man in every way, is very popular and progressive and plans to advertise his machine extensively. He will undoubtedly make a splendid agent for this machine, which is already very popular in this part of the state. O. L. Minks, Interest bearing note Cash in Bsnk Accounts Receivable 1;000.00 2,311.77 873.08 .$10,184.85 Total friends. Handsomely engraved announcements have been received by friends and relatives reading as foldaughter Katie Albertine to Mr. Thaddeus Norris Aldridge on Monday, the eighth of January one thousand nine hundred and seventeen at Frankfort, Kentucky Stanford, Kentucky. lows : Mr. and Mrs. .Tames Matthew Hallnan announce the marriage of their ALDRIDGE HALLNAN Many friends here were surprised when Mr. "Teddy" Aldridge returned from Frankfort early in the week with a bonnie bride. He and Miss Katie A. Hallnan were married there on Monday, Jan. 8th, and are now with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Aldridge, on East Main street, where they are receiving the congratulations and good wishes uf many Will be at home after the fifteenth of January , News of the Churches Presbyterian Church, Sunday, Jan. 14 Sunday School at 9:55; Morning service at 11; C. E. meeting at (5:30; Evening service at 7 o'clock. Sunday School Bapti.;t Church at 9:30 A. M. Preaching at 11 A.:M. by the pastor. Subject: "The Mission of the Church to the World." Evangelistic service at 7 P. M. Come and bring your friends. Rev. R. G. SheaMir, pastor of the Christian church, at Corbin, will preach at the Christian church here Sunday morning anil evening, the pastor, Rev. D. M. Walker, filling the vacancy in the pulpit at Shelby-villfor that day. e, One Dose Relieves A Cold No Quinine "Pape's Ends Cold 'Compound" Bad Colds Or Grippe In A Few Hours Relief conies instantly. taken every two hours until three doses are taken will end grippe misery and break up a severe void either in the head, chest, body or limbs. It promptly opens clogged-u- p nostrils and air passages in tho head, stops nasty discharge or nose running, relieves sick headache, dullness, foverishness, sorts throat, sneezing, soreness and stiffness. A dose Quit blowDon't stay stuffed-up- ! ing and snuffling! Ease your throbbing head! Nothing elso in the world gives such prompt relief as "Pape's which costs only Cold Compound," 25 cents at any drug store. It acts without assistance, tastes nice, causes tie sure you get no inconvenience, the genuine. 4-- 1 STOPS LYNCHING. . GorStanley-facea large crowd Henry Spalding died at Lebanon d at Murray, Monday and successfully last week. He was a son of Mr. and pleaded with the people to permit the law to take its course in the case Mrs. John Spalding. Judge Lincoln Wells is said to be of the negro, Lube Martin, charged with the murder of Policeman Dui-gui- a prospective candidate for the reand it was announced that the publican nomination for sheriff of trial of the negro would be called Casey county. February 5. The negro was taken The First National Bank building from Paducah to the Hopkinsville jail for safekeeping. Gov. Stanley and hotel at London was sold Monreturned to Louisville. day by Receiver John A. Best. The property was purchased by Abner WEST END FARM SOLD Eversole for the sum of $17,235. B. W. Leigh, of Hustonville, last In a fight on Rockcastle river near week sold to Robert Ford, of More-lanMizes in Laural Monday, between the old Fair Grounds farm west Nick and Ed Barnes and Willie Adof Hustonville. There are about 75 ams, Nick Barnes was shot and inacres in the place, and the price is stantly killed and Ed. Barnes shot in understood to have been SI 00 an acr. the head and seriously injured. It Mr. Leigh recently bought 100 acres of land south of Hustonville, from S. seems the difficulty came up over division of some corn. P. Stephenson. Irvine oil is now bringing $2.05 per barrel, the highest price ever LOCAL ODD FELLOWS ELECT naid for this grade. An interesting Stanford Lodge No. 15(i I. O. O. feature of the high price of oil is F. elected the following officers for that it is encouraging operators who the ensuing year at the recent regu- have productive wells to extend into the prospective territory, so that a lar annual election: very considerable part of the high Noble Grand W. T. Hiatt. prices obtained is going back into the development of the- field. O. M. Huffman. Vice Grand A man by the name of Ponder, n Secretary Ed Wilkinson. bridge carpenter, while working in a Treasurer J. C. McClary. tunnel near Livingston, Monday, was CHARLEY GREEN'S FINE WORK struck on the head by a piece of fallFriends here of Charley Green, ing timber crashing his skull. He was formerly of Stanford, have recently brought to the London hospital and received copies of the American an operation was performed by Dr. Cloak and Suit Review, which tells Pennington in an effort to save the of the rapid strides he has made in the big department store of LaSalle man's life but he died. & Koch, of Toledo, O. This firm has just built an attractive new home, and after describing it, the paper says: "The buyer of all the women's ready-to-weand misses' stocks that is, the cloak, suit, skirt, dress, and fur departments at Lusalle & Koch Co., are presided over by Try This! Hair Gets Thick, Glossy, Charles Greene. Mr. Greene went to Wavy And Beautiful At I.usnlle & Koch, between five and six Once years ago, succeeding Charles E. Stock, who left the Lasallc & Koch Co., to go with J. N. Adams Co., Immediate? Yes! Certain? that Buffalo. With the natural develop- is the joy it. Your hair becomes light, ment of the city and the develop- wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears ment of the cloak and suit trade, Mr. as soft, lustrous and beautiful as a That draggy, listless, oppressed Greene, in the yenrs that hu has neon young girl's after a Danderine hair feeling generally results from constiin Toledo, has made wonderful prog- cleanse. Just try this moisten a ress, and it is considered that his de- cloth with a little Danderine anil pation. The intestines are clogged and partment now docs a volume of bus- carefully draw it through your hair, I the blood becomes poisoned. Relieve iness far in excess of tho amount taking one small strand at a time, i this condition at once with Dr. King's transacted when Mr. Greene assum- this will cleanse the hair of dust, ed charge. Mr. Green's departments dirt or excessive oil, and in just a New Life Pills; this gentle, laxative is quickly effective. are essential quality departments. few moments you have doubled the & Koch Lasalle cater to the best beauty of your hair. A delightful A dosu at bedtime will make you feel dressed women of Toledo and tho surprise awaits those whose hair has brighter in the morning. Get a botsurrounding country. Mr. Groeno is been neglected or is scraggy, faded, a frequent visitor to the mnrket, mak- dry, brittle or thin. Besides beautify-- 1 tle today at your Druggist, 25c. ing at leust eight trip a year, and is ing tho hair, Danderine dissolves ev- ery particle of dandruff; cleanses, PROGRAM AT OPERA HOUSE. considered one of the most Tonight "Perils of Pauline, No. merchants in the cloak and suit purifies and invigorates tho scalp, forever stopping itching and falling, 10; Pathe; two reels. "A Dash of trade that come to New York. hair, but what will please you most Courage," Keystone. Flush-lightSaturday "The Jungle win be alter a tew week's use, when RESPECTED NEGRO DIES Sam Carson, aged 45. a well known you see new hair fine and downy Centaur; two reels. "Jerry negro citizen of tho Maywood sec- at first yes but really new hair and the Bandits." Cub, Geo. Ovey. tion, died there Monday and was growing all over the scalp. If you Mutual Weekly News, Gaumont. buried at Hall's Gap Wednesday. His care for pretty, soft hair, and lots of i Monday, Triangle "The Primal bottle of Lure. Kay-Be- e with Wm. S. Hart. funeral was conducted by Rev, Gra- it, surely get a Tuesday, Paramount "The Gutham. Carson was one of the' most re- Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter and iust trv ter Magdaline," Jesso Lasky, featurspected colored citizens in the it. ing the famous Fannie Ward. f d, d, vele-goodb- Here, There, Everywhere - ar Girls! Draw A Moist Cloth Through Hair Double Its Beauty LOCALS BANKS IN FINE SHAPE Both of the Stanford banks reOf Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Pittman Cele- elected their old directors at stock- Popular and Veteran Democrat Anbrated At Parksville holders' meetings Tucsdny. Only one nounces for Jailer. golden anniversary of a wed- chnngo has been mnde in the local 'The The Interior Journal is authorized ding which was solemnized in this bank directorates recently, Mr. J. today to Dink Farmer ns a county 50 years ago, wns celebrated Fox Duddcrar having been added to candidate announce of Lincoln counfor Jailer at tho homo of tho bride and groom the directorate at the First Natioanl ty, subject to tho Democratic primanear Parksville. Bnnk. Mr. Duddcrar is one of the ry on Saturday, August 4, 1917. Fifty years ago last Sunday Mr. most substantial and progressive "Uncle Dink" ns he is fumiliurly and Robert Madison Pittmnn and Miss Al-li- c affectionately known to his host of Jackman Middleton walked down farmers of Lincoln county and at the friends, needs no Introduction to the the nisle in a little country church at same time, one of the most efficient Democrats of Lincoln county, whose Walnut Fiat in Lincoln county, and and popular engineers on this divis- battles he has been fighting for the thu late lnmcnted Eld. Jesse Wnlden, ion of the L. & N. more. railroad. He adds past quarter of a century and having father of Eld. William P. Wnlden He has only held one office, and Mr. Jesse Haldcn pronounced much to the strength of the board of served a term as Jailer four years the ceremony that made husband and this well known finnncial institution. ago, at which time he mnde a splenwife. It wns last Sunday that this Both of the local banks have declared did record in office, and one to which happy couple celebrated the fiftieth their usual dividends nnd carried his friends and admirers will always annivcrasry of their wedding day at over surplus. It is doubtful if ever in point with pride. "Uncle Dink" is the Pittman home on the Junction popular in all sections of the counCity and Parksville road in the same the ihstory of Stanford, nny banking ty and his friends will undoubtedly institutions were in better shape or go to work for him with zeal, now house they ate their wedding dinner fifty years ago a house on the land showed better reports than do the that he has formally announced his which has been owned by the Pitt-ma- two local banks atthe present time. candidacy. since the settling of Kentucky. Mr. Pittman was born June 5th, MULES SELL WELL 1843. Never strong physically for S. H. Baughman sold eight head of weeks he was very seriously several mules at auctior at the Jones stock ill, he is improving now, wo arc The comedy "Deacon Dubbs" yards Monday, and several others to star" and is able to be up which was picscnted here before were offered, all of which brought anil go about the place. While weak satisfactory prices. Sales were cried physically his big brain is still active, Christmas by the teachers and pupils by Col. John B. Dinwiddic. Mr. he is the same great reader, retains of the graded school was by request Baughman's hybrids were unbroken what he reads and possibly no man reproduced last Saturday night and and most of them coming in Central Kentucky is better posted nlmost everyone who he sold a mare to James Mcs-se- r, attended the on national state, county and on of Crab Orchard for $136; a foreign affairs that Mr. Pittman. first exhibition were present eager to coming d horse mule to Mrs. Pittman was born near Crab Or- see it again. We have attended some Charles Beck, of Hubble, for $118; a chard, June C, 1851. She is enjoying fine plays but never in our life one comng to James Mes-se- r good health, is one of the happiest more entertaining, keeping up who turned it over to M. S. a live- Baughman, for most popular and best women that ly interest from the $137.50; a coming first to Clay lives. The Pittmans seldom enter- the entire performance. act through hor3e mule, Tom Hays Davis tain. When they do, it is with a Brenaugh as the old deacon in looks, for $133; a coming lavish hand. The luncheon served acts and voice was perfect mare mule to Robert Damron, looklast Sundny afternoon from 1 to 4 ed evorv Venr of sivtv.fiv.. andcm.,.- - for $14!); a mare mule to John Baugh m- o'cIockf was "an elaborate one, pre- ty years. Benny Duke made a shrewd for $126; a mare mule to James Mes-se- r pared in a way for which Kentucky lawyer, acting his part fine. Montcz for $72; a horse mule to Wm. women are noted. The decorations Fish was the villain and his acting Kirk for $96; a grey horse mule, to J. broke, a coming were pretty and appropriate. The re was perfect as it required ception was an informal affair. Ev Sam Perkins with wig and much skill. M. Gover, for $82; J. K. Baughman. beard ery.nc present was made to feel a corpulent auctioneer, and of Hustonville sold a thrice welcome, so gracious were they few would have recognized either black horse mule to Ike Shelby, fro $1G5; and a pair of coming seven and who had charge of that feature of looks or voice. Miss Ellen Moore, as horse mules to John the celebration. Fifteen children a school ma'am and as a bride could Camenisch for $257.50. came to bless the union of Mr. and not have done better and both she Mrs. Pittman. Of this number, sev- and Montez had most difficult HARRY CAMNITZ MARRIES en of theni, Eliza, Irvie, Baine, Kit-ti- c, tragic scenes Fishproduce which to they A South Carolina paper has the Eula' Procter, Lula Mae and Ad-di- handled well. The life of the play, following concerning the wedding of have gone to their reward. Of Miss Philipena Ponover the eight surviving children the fol- bly acted bv Miss John was admira Hairy Camnitz, a former Hustonville V.vu Wilt boy, who is well known lowing were present: Dr. H. M. Pitt- who displayed her devotion to the he has many friends and here, where relatives: A man, of Perryville, Mrs. Ben Boling, deacon in tue most laughable ways. December marriage of much interest Misses Allie and Sallie Pittman, of Miss Philipena herself could not have to local people was that of Miss e, Boyle county, Mrs. Clifton B. done better. Patience Edwards of Lincoln county. Robert richest cirl in town pnrtninlv as- the Lula Perrin, of Bishopvillc, and Mr. Madison Pittman, Jr., of Los Ange- ed credit, both in acting and appear- Harry R. Camnitz, of this city. The P. ance. Then Trixie full nf mUnhinf ceremony was performed by the Rev. les, California, Elder Samuel Pittman, of Hueyville, Ky., and Mrs. getting others into trouble was Miss L. L. Legters, pastor of the bride, and was witnessed by a few intimate T. A. Howard, of Seeley, Cal were :mw-- uray and ner periormance add- friends. Mrs. Camnitz is the charmdeprived io the pleasure of being ed merriment and joy to the play. ing daughter of County Treaurer T. prcsoL. fjijth one or two exceptions Eva Gieszl made n fim Swedish hir C. Perrin. She was formerly a stuonly iflfej.were invited. The ed girl and Joe to the children Deutoronomy, a Tom Edmiston as dent at Winthrop College and has meutioWajVame Mr. and Mrs. Thom- simply was perfect. Countrv Product" been engaged in teaching in the past We as D. Newland and Mr. Howard New- - much cannot hn snirl infeel that too few years. Mr. Camnitz was the poprnrmwl fn land, of Stanford, Mrs. Julia Higgins these school plays which have been ular pilot of the local club in the Pee-De- e league for the past season. He of Somerset, Mrs. Elizabeth Coffey, given from time to time by the teawas just recently selected secretary Misses Jennie and Eva Coffey, Misses chers and pupils of our school here of the Lee County Fair Association. Bcttie and Minnie Hayden, Mr. and and the proceeds hnve been Mrs. F. V. Kimberlin, Mr. and Mrs. add comtort and necessary used to Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Camnitz will make articles J. M. Kimberlin, Mrs. C. M. Harlan, to the school building. Neither the their home at Bishopvillc. Mrs. Joseph W. McGinnis, Mr. and teachers nor the minik n.m nnv at th. WEDS KENTUCKY BELLE Mrs. Alex A. Johnson, Mr. Henry monev earned. A piano which was (From Taylorville, 111.,) Harlan, of Boyle county, Mrs. H. M. greatly needed and chairs and other Pittman, of Perryville, Messrs Hor- expenses have been paid for in this News comes of the approachace and Marion Pittman, Misses Lor-nin- e way and instead of complaining the ing marriage of Harry M. Granthan, and Thelma Pittman, of Perry- town should patronize and ville, Ben Boling, of Parksville, C. wun inem in inese laudable attempts designer and tailor in Fred Koppeser's tailoring estabB. Sandidge, of Lincoln county, Col. to help the school to a hifhor srnml. West Main street G. I). McCollum, of Junction City, ard. lishment, who was married Sunday Mrs. Annie S. Harlan. Col. Jay W. jnwl liftl.i morning to Miss Iva Bailey of IndiMrs. Kittic Thnmnsmi Harlan. Miss Rhoda Harlan, Hon. C. daughter. Cora Lee went to Leban anapolis at the Baptist parsonage by Bagby, Mrs. Bagby, Col. C. R. An- on to visit her aunt. Mrs. R. S. PutC. derson and Mrs. Anderson, of Dan- nam and have Cora Leo's pvps nvm. the Rev. J. H. Spindler. Mrs. E. M. Sealem and Mr. M. B. Leach were ville. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Hocker, intd. The gifts were numof Parksville. Mr. Chris McClure. of P:iint T.i,.fc witnesses to the ceremony. Mr. Granerous, pretty and useful. When the has been visiting Mr. John McClure than had a home prepared for his hour came to separate, those present and family this week. left reluctantly, each one with the Mr. Will Nnmnr. who hrwl hi n,r bride on North Cottage street anil the newly weds moved into it immedand Mrs. Pittman would Iho to broken some time ago was expressing a hope that- Mr. out on crutehers Tuesday. able to be iately. Mr. Granthan's bride is a i brate many more wedding anniversioU-- sit Imp very attractive, charming and accomMiss I annio Kim saries. home near here. plished Kentucky girl and she has Mr. Andrew Dillion bouirht the store recently run by Mrs. Daisy recently been employed in an IndiIlllllt and will continue lumiiioss :it anapolis department store as casheir. The groom met her two years ago W. B. Oloyd, af Yuma, Arizonia, is the same stand. Mrs. Hunt has accented n nnsitinn when she was visiting in Terre Haute. in Lincoln county, visiting lus mother, in Thos. Cherrv's stnri. inwl will h.. Mrs. Priscilla Brown at Moreland, The romance begun then ripened into and meeting other relatives and glad to see all her old patrons there. its happy culmination yesterday. iur. .lames r. unadwick is better friends. Mr. (Jloyd has been making his home in th3 far western state and his many friends hope he will Mr. Granthan is well known in for the past HI "ears. He is a promi- soon be out again. and he is a skilful and valuMrs. J. G. Carpenter, of Stanford, nent resident of his section, but will was here Tuesday to see her mother, able artisan as well as a designer of have a mighty tender spot in alwavs his 'heart for his "old Kentucky Mrs. M. E. Fish, who hns not. lmon marked ability. The many friends of well for several days. the groom gladly welcome his bride home," he pays. Mr. Painty little cards nave been re- decided Kobert Thompson has begun to this city. The bride is the daughter the home ceived hcrcfby friends , announcing l'ectmtlv improvementsnfon Kiwhiinnu of Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey of IlllrehilKOll the birth at Prestonsburg, of Walter heirs and it will soon be very much Lincoln county and also the sister of Mrs. Al Williams of Taylorsville and Scott Harkins III, the second son of more comiortable and convenient. The friends of Mrs. Ada King will the former Mrs. W. P. Lankfoid, who Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Harkins. glad to hear she is much better. died two years at Both the mother nnd father are be Mr. Goortro Stanford. IInlm. It- hue linurrht here, the latter especially a nice pony cart which is a beauty. known well, as before their marriage she miss nyni I'erKins has accepted a was the attractive Miss Rcca Baker, position in her father's store for this of Mt. Vernon, who was n frequent year. Kate Magee lias been in Corvisitor in Stanford and very popular binMrs. some tiriii! visitimr hoi- - iliiiiirhtur. in central Kentucky social circles. Mrs. Bessie Browning. Mrs. John McClure left Wednes- Best For Liver And Bowels, For Constipation Makes You Dull Biliousness, Sour Stomach And day for Corbin and Williamsburg to ns Golden Wedding Crab Orchard. three-year-old- s; three-vear-ol- four-year-o- ld four-year-o- ld three-year-o- ld four-year-o- ld rep-resent- two-year-o- ld eight-year-o- ld e, San-didg- 1..c-o,i.- Heard About Town Tay-lorsvil- le "Cascarets" For A Cold, Bad Breath Or Sick Headache I ! . non-gripi- Constipation visit relatives and friends. Mrs. Nancy A. McClure is with her box now. Get a son and daughter in Paris. Mr. wjilror Mnninp m in lnn Furred Tongue, Had Colds. Indi Mr. Harve Folev has returned from gestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Headache come from torpid liver and Somerset. clogged bowels, which cause your 10-ce- VIRGINIA GIRL Gained 15 Found By Taking Vinol Norfolk, Va. "I suffered from ner had no appetite and was very thin. Nothing I took seemed to help mo until one day a friend told me about Vinol. I have now taken six bottlcB and have coined fifteen pounds; have a irood appetite and can eat anything." Mat- tie Denning, Norfolk, Va. remedy Vinol is u constitutional with its formula on every bottle. It creates an appetite, aids dhjcetiou and makes pure, healthy blood. Try it oa our guarantee, voueneBB, J far-sight- ;" 25-cc- nt 4-- Tta Pansy Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. gested food, which sours and ferments like garbage in a swill barrel. That's the first step to untold misery j indigestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow skin, mental fears, everythat is horrible and nauseati thing ing. A Cascaret tonight will give your constipated bowels a thorough cleansing and straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep a box from your druggist will keep you feeling good for months. Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then to keep their stomach, liver and bowel regulated, and never know a miserable moment Don't forget the children their little insides need a good gentle cleansing, too. J I I 10-ce- stomach to become filled with undi- i , 4-- 1. Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 12, 1917 fpfi 1.M.1 Your Druggist has sold Dr. King's New Discovery Tor coughs and colds since the day he opened his own store, and before that, when he was clerking for his "old boss ,ie maclc saushed cus- lomers when he sold Dr.Kinrs I 'fW WlSl lj. aa A P--7 C;tww3PW ft trSi lt&8i$'fi'ji R I UJ i 'SSV W"SV H r" M affections It for nearly 50 years. Those who have used it longest are its best friends. gives grateful relief in stub- H.Hn wna JJ1UJJUI cUIUlI .PiTS rt sU.ndard the 1U1 The Christian Sundav School Mission Band elected officers Sunday Edward Grubbs. prosi as follows: dent; Hugh Reynolds, vico president; Elizabeth Owens, secretary; Carrie Owens, treasurer. The W. C. T. U. met with Mrs, Gratton Preston on Tuesday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock. The Modern Woodman installed its officers Tuesday night E. R. Gal- lirenth is the new consul: F. T. Burke is banker nnd E. L. Grubbs, clerk. There nre now 3G neighbors nnd an application for another in the hand of the medical examiners. Carl Sturgill, of Corbin, was at Win. Trosner Saturday with Elmer Wm. Wilcox, salesman for the ""umbcrland Grocery Co.. ran his :uito into a washed away culvert on Knob Lick pike near Josh Jones' nrjd had to send back for truck to pull Lee Harmon is havlnir a cood cro- ccry trade at his new store at Shel by City. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Rosel arrived home from Louisville Saturday and arc at home at the Harmon House. Mr. and Mrs. Albright, of Broil-heawere guests of Mr. and Mrs, II. S. Tharpe . Miss Annie Davis left for Birmingham. Ala., to meet her father. C. F. Evans, of the Kentucky State Christian Endeavor work met the local Endeavors at Mrs. L. T. Rankin's Thursday night, whore they were royally entertained by Mr. Evans, and refreshments wore served to all him Junction City SHOES For Everybody In our opinion til 'Cf&, v Sharpe. the most serious proposition UiAMnUml U1U1JV.I1I1U out, Thursday. of general inthat terest, confronts us is the born coughs and colds. Try it. HIGH PRICES OF The Interior Journal S. M For Sheriff J. H. LIVINGSTON. - Sacflet,.. ttfond ..Editor and clan FRorMKTOR Enttrtd at the poitrfiof mail matter. at Stanford, Ky., t For County Judge- M. S. BAUGIIMAN. W. S. DRYE. M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE Subscription Rates Both Iftiiti n wick, per yenr $1.50 1.00 Twice a wcik, for 8 mnntln 75 Twice n week, fnr f month 40 Twice a week, for 3 month Oncp n week, cither lenie, per year 1.00 to nil; paSuli'criptlons jri' cah per Mop whin time for which It it paid, is up For County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY. For Representative H. G. SKILES. iresent. For Jailer W. A. CARSON. Political Announcements. The Interior Journal Is nuthorlted to announce the following candidal! s for office sub-Jeto the Democratic primary the firit Saturday In AiicuM, 1917. (Announcement fen for ench county office is $10; for dittrict office, $15; for city or magfctfrinl office $5. No nnnoiincement will he made until fee it paid in advance.) GEORGE F. DHBORDE DINK FARMER For Assessor J. N. CASH For State Senator JAY W. HARLAN H. CLAY KAUFFMAN Start the New Year Right ! I mil ; i M IJ Wm i l THE DEBT AND TAX SOLUTION Editor Jim Richardson, of the Glasgow Time, is shooting the proposed new tax law full of holes in every issue of his good paper. He nr- MMII flint if flln cfnto nrlminicffii. tion is anxious to raise more money for taxes, instead of putting over a loaded proposition like the proposed bill on the farmers of Kentucky, it increase the tax on whisky made in Kentucky to 10 cents per gallon and place a tax of a cent a bushel on coal mined in Kentucky. This will solve the whole question, and raise more revenue than the most extravagant administration can devise means of squandering, he thinks. And to prove that such a means of raising additional revenue will not work a hardship on Kentucky, he cites figures to show that the biggest portion of the boose made in Kentucky is sold in other states, and by far the largest part of the coal mined in Kentucky is shipped to other states. For the Kentucky consumer will in the end have to pay only a very small portion of the increased tax. And the fanner, who is now taxed to death, will escape the additional burdens, which the proposed tax law aiaj ;dace on him. Some logic in this why pay over i?100,000 for a special ossion of the legislature and turn the whole taxation system upside down, and in the end give the farmer and landowner, who cannot hide their property, the worst of it, when a couple of little changes in tli2 present law, like those suggested by Col. Richardson, will wipe out the state debt, and give the politicians at Frankfort, so much money in the treasury that they can be kept busy the balance of their terms trying to devise ways to spend it, without racking their brains to discover the easiest method to create a lot more fat jobs and to slap more taxes on the already farmers? i thi.-icao- 1 1 'XrtaUcumiiS, Y0U1L never feel or look right dressed unless you're right. For further particulars, see Sam PTfo H M CTR 3 fc 8 N. 7ilTft F, il o OMWIl Stanford, Ky. & -- ""gKvroaae tiaMa'.EaBsLSfieafl Sunday. Marie Bastin and little sister, Irene visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Rigney at Kng's Mountain Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Geoigo Rigney, of King's ,,Note: Folks in town and ndjoininp Mountnain, visited her daughter, counties are delighted with the resullF Mrs. Virgil Bastin una son, Ed Rigthey havo obtained by using'MA'cTiCV' ney hero last week. the newest discovery of I)r; 1'ierco, who Mrs. Edgar Gooch visited at Crab is head of the Invalids' Hotel and Orchard last week. Surgical Instituti:, in Buffalo, N. Y Those who started tho day with a backache, stiff legs, arms ami muscles, and Wo offer Ono Huiidn ' Hollars Reward an aching head (worn out before tho day began because, they were in and out tor any caiso of Cotnrrh that cannot bo ;ureJ by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. of bed half a dozen times at night) aro Hall's Catarrh Medicine ,v been taken appreciating the perfect rest, commit oy outiurh sufftrers fir tli past thirty-H'- o years, and has bpconu ltnown as tho and new strength they obtained from Dr. I'ierce'B Anuric Tablets. To piovc nost ipllalilo lomcily for (' itarrh. Hall's on that this is a certain uric acid solvent Catarrh Mcdklno arts tluu tho BloodPol-io- n tho and conquers headache, kidney and tho Mucous surfaces. disfrom tho Blood ami tho bladder and rheumatism, if cos- d portions. you've never used the "Am't' cut After you havo taken Hall's Catarrh this out and send ten cents 10 Docln. JledMne for a short time u will seo a In cmr general I'ieicu for a large sample packi ge. Thit Treat Improvement Start takluit Ii.ill'g C.itarrh Medl-- will prove to you that "A mric" k ,no nt onre and n t rUl of catarrh. Bend thiity-fcoe- n times more active than lithia in eliminating urio acid -- uiid the fct teatlni'in'nls freeCO. Toledo. Ohio. r. J. CHPTNIIY & ;cc. mott perfect kidney and litu'h'.er corSold by all Drug-rUmrector. If you aro a sufferer, ( o to yom best druggist and ask for a M cent box Mt. of "Amine." You run no rial: for Dr. Pierce's good namo staudc behind tliif wonderful now discovery as It has fot After a lonir cold snell wo are c.i the iias-- t half century for his "Goldei joying some real bjiring weather and Medical Diecovery" which makes tin our farmers continue to haul ono blood pure, his "Favorite Preset ipllon' load of tobacco after another to Dan for weak woiueu and "Pleasant Pellets' ville. or liver ills. Mki Lucilo Bastin is very sick her In a wonderful manner. I never have taken any medicino so helpful in such quick time. I do wish anyone in need of such a remedy would gtvo it a trial. (Signed) G. II. Hems. went out over the route. Miss Margaret Lee Grubbs sol' last Saturday five and a half doze l cans of blackberries to C. P. Cecil, of Danville, and also three dozen cans if tomatoes to Mrs. Rhodes, and Bonshaf and McDowell. many friends will bo sorry to know. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Berry have returned after a pleasant visit in Louisville with her sisters, Mesdamcs School is progressing niculy with Anna and Mary Waters. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dawes received Mr. Sanders as principal and Misr he announcement of the marriage of Delia Nelson assistant. Miss BesClaude Griffin, wife and children their son, Bailey Dawes to good posiNew York, are here visiting his sie Singleton. Bailey has a tion in Detroit and the young lady parents. was also in Detroit with her sister. Crit Morgan has gone In Cincinnati This happy couple went over in a io work. His wife an"d b .by will jon and were united in the holy bonds .iim in a few days. of wedlock. Here is wishing them Sam Folcrcr, of was a long, happy and prosperous lives with ilcasnnt caller here Sunday. as little trouble as possible. Aunt Eliza Baugh has been very Miss Pearl Reynolds and sister. Onn, attended church at Pilot Satur-la- y sick but is some better at this writing wo are glad to know. night. a recent visi Gus McClure was in Somerset on torMiss Ida Floyd was Miss Mary D. of her friend, business one day last week. Boone. Miss Bculah Tilford is visiting her Misses Toy Hutchinson and Mamie Mrs. A. A. Wcildlc, at Huston-ill- e Berry spent the day with Miss Lizzie sister, Warfield on Sunday last. Chas. .Uciitmioy and wife, of DanThere was a singing at Mt. Moriah ville, have been visiting relatives and last Sunday afternoon, conducted by Prof. II. O. Young. friends hero. Misses Mary D. Boone and Ida Mrs. Ed Rigney and children visited her parents at King's Mountain Floyd were pleasant callers of Mrs. Joe Wells on Tuesday last. Thursday. weddings Mrs. Wallace Oliver was in Somer up There have been so many has in this part lately that it made set last week. quite a scarcity of youngsters. C. L. Hensley, of Lexineton. is Cobb, St, went to RichRichard Mrs. C. C. Gerkey and pretty visiting here. mond Thursday. .laughter, Susie were visitors of Mrs. J. R. Nelson and Ed McClure were B D. TTiat" rof""iMv Mr. J. M. Hiett h'aa recently re in Somerset one day last week on Suffered From Backache business. turned to Uetroit, wnero ho nas a Miss I.cona Henderson has return good position. Rheumatism, Dropsy. ed to school at Berea. Her sister, flliss Josio Warfield is m Louis Dear Mr, Editor I wish to tell yoi: Winnie, accompanied her as far as ville visiting her sisters. Mrs. James Reed and children of a recent experience) I had when Buf Lexington. John Vanhook and wife of Indiana spent tho day with Mrs. Shell Reed fering from backache, weak back, rheumatism, dropsy, and congestion of the are visiting here. Domp Phelps has been visiting kidneys. I tried a new medicine called "Aiuiric," which has recently been dis- relatives in Louisville. Virgil Estes visited homefolks at FAMILY AV05DS covered by Dr. Pierce, of whoso medicines and Surgical Institution in Buffalo Woodstock Satin day. Rev. May filled his regular ap N. Y., you havo no doubt beard for years. This medicino acted upon me pointment at tho Christian church SERIOUS Mrs-Ru- e Dr. W. B. Hunn went to Danville Monday to sec several pneumonia patients of his. Havden Y. Grubbs, who has boon Ml of pneumonia for five days is much better. Mr. G. D. McCollum was the guest f Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pittman at Parksville Sunday. It was their gol Ion wedding anniversary. Thompson, G. D. of Chesrona, Wis., wa3 a visitor to our city to sec ne of our fairest girls, from rriday until Monday. Mr. John Magcc, our genial mer chant, is one of tho present grand jurymen at Danville. Fred Urfcr, br., of Louisville, is in our midst this week and says his daughters, Misses Annie and Lizzie Urfcr and son Fred. Jr.. arc employ ed in a ilrutr store in that city and doinir well. II. C. Cxtron was sick of cripno Monday and was unable to go to Dan ville. John Mngee was sworn in Tuesday for the Junction City is trustee graded and Boyle county high school bv Miss Lewis. i ' G. A. Dunn, our faithful rural car rier has been sick in bed the pa' few days, and J. C. Minor, his deputj We do not believe that any reading, informed man will tell you that leather will be any cheaper for several years and all the indications are it will be higher. Ve would not advise you to buy something you do not need. You can't go without shoes. You are bound to have them the best you can get today are not good enough the low price ones are worthless. Don't buy them. Don't put your money into cheap shoes. We have tried to buy good ones for you. Our experience of 25 years we believe enables us to know the best ones our ad vise to you is to buy good ones and take better care of them have the heels, V seams and soles repaired I LEATHER as soon as needed. Keep them well oiled and you will get a reasonable amount of wear out of them. I 6S I If Sf)f M OURS IS' A SHOE STORE shoes for every age and for every occasion. fy JI Jh S.OVER WALK McRob SSXTuSvrjia i Eubank la If every man, woman and child in this vicinity wouiu oniy iaKe one spoonnu or '"M Can-"d- Som-Tsct- , after meals for one month, it would put vigor in their blood to withstand the rigors c.f winter weather and J& help prevent colds, grippe and winter sickness. H m Jl SCOTT S is a rortifying medicinal-foo- d of particu- in rtianrtinrt sonenre nnrtirflrIrnr. rrinlrlp direct returns in richsr blood, stronger lungs, and greater resistive power. No alcohol in SCOTT'S. lay nonnfll- Scott & Bcwae, Uloorafisfi?. N. J. ten over-taxe- d SICKNESS recently. Mr. James McGuffoy moved from the J. II. Hiatt property to Highland. It is with much regret that we give up Mr. McGuffey and family. on Monday last. King's Mountain. Mrs. J. II. Boone was the pleasant Mrs. Malinda Adams was tho guest caller of Mrs. Bui ton Spires last of her brother, Herbert Smith last Tuesday. Sunday. Miss Boitha Rodgers has returned Our pastor. Rev. W. T. home from Danville, where she hasJ will till his appointment the Hutton. fourth been visiting her brother, Mr. Rosco Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday Rodgers, night of this month. Mrs. B. D. Hiatt was in Stanford Samuel and Thomas Chambers last Monday and was the guest of spent Christmas with their home-folk- s. Mrs. William Dunnway. Uncle Sam Bastin's children and Miss friends gathered at his home last visiting Clara Eckler of Lexington is here now. Saturday to celebrate his 82nd birthMi-- s Birdie Wall, who has been day. ' Mrs. Joe Gerkey spent the day homo to see her parents will return with her daughter Mrs. James Reed to Somerset Sunday. -- Arabia A crowd of young people stormed Fena Reynolds last Sunday. present were: Misses Nora Those Stanaford, Banie Wall, Iva Luddy, Clara and Ella Wall and Mr. Odas Griffin. All reported a delightful 3y Being Constantly Supplied Will Aunt Thedford's McDuff, V'a. Black-Draugh- t. How's This? I'xpi-lllni- r . Moriah lem. Henry Toombs and Miss Itoxio years, and lias benefited more Stanaford called on Misses Clara and iian a million people. Ella Wall Monday night. Your druggist sells and recommends .Mrs. Alma bnow was at church Price only 25c, Get a Sunday night. ,)3ckattc N.C123 tlurolil bnow is going to school nt 'in u 70 time. !'. L. Wilcher, of Ohio, is at homo "I suffered for Severn .cars," says Mrs. J. U. Whiitakcr, c for a few days. 'lis place, "wiln sick headache, anr Miss Birdie Martin, of Arkansas, lonuich trouble. has returned home. P. C. McKeo has moved to Happy Ten years ago a friend told me fo tr Catarrh means inflammation. riiedfortl's which diu Hollow. Inflammation is the stagnation Miss Banio Wall was glad at tho .'id found it to be the best family of blood the gorging of the return of her chum, Miss Nora Stanfor young and old. ! keep Black- - Draught on hand all the aford and her brother, Clarence ono circulation with impure blood. Of course you can't be well under me now, and when my children feel a day last week, who had had a long thli condition. It means, headaches, lie bad, they ask me for a dose, and it visit to relatives in Williamsburg. Miss Birdie Wall was visiting relaIndigestion, kid... trouble, coughs, oes them more good than am- medicine tives in Bowen Friday and Saturday. colds, etc. uey ever tried. Mi'. Sar Stannford'b cousin, of Buck Ve never have a !ohk spell of sick-:in our family, since we commenced Creek, u visiting him. By..8i,tigi Miss Ella Wall has had a bad boil sinji nutrition inon her arm. creases the chcubtlon, Invigorates the Thedford'r. is purely Somo of tho girls aro real sorry system, removes tho waste matter and cgetable, and has been found to regu- that thov let lean year pass before brightens you up. 'e weak stomachs, aid digestion, theyrealined it. ' indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, Miss Pearl Vrimblo is visitine; her sick stomach, and similar aunt, Mrs. Olint Carrier at New Sa- I Of service to the nubile enllllca it lo a inpionis. lilack-Urnug- 1 1 nicdi-:in- c - ss Black-Draugh- t." Black-Draug- ht r'eriini ' rc-:- ve Over 44 Years It lias been in constant use for more place with you. The Peruna Company It Makes Good Columbus, Ohio Black-Draug- ht. y. You can get Penina hi tablet form for convenience. Page Four 9 Si The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 12, 1917 HAVE MORE MON Next ChristinasEwsunna i to wgtm'Wmgaryzggaaaiwea We would like YOU to be one of the BIG, HAPPY THRONG that will make up our CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB for 1917. No matter what your circumstances or conditions in life may be you will be belter off if you become a member. You will enjoy the spirit of Christmas the year you will help yourself as well as others to have a much more enjoyable Xmas than would be possible otherwise. round, and by your co-operati- on MONEY IS A BIG FACTOR IN MAKING CHRISTMAS MERRY If you have money to buy presents for those you love if you can buy freely and without stint or inconvenience, you will enjoy CHRISTMAS to the fullest extent and will be happy in making others happy. Our Christmas Savings Club Insures You the Necessary Money JUST WHEN YOU WILL NEED IT MOST It proves a SURE SATISFACTORY and EASY way to accumulate a sum sufficient for your needs by making SMALL WEEKLY DEPOSITS in such manner that you can keep them up without any particular effort. and these deposits are so small and-distribute- d HERE IS THE PLAN Enroll in One or More of the Following Classes: cent the CLASS 1. Members depositing fivst week, 2 cents the second week, and in- creasing cent each week for fifty weeks, will get $12.75 1 1 CLASS 2. Members depositing 2 cents the first week, 4 cents the second week, and increasing 2 cents each week for fifty weeks, $25.50 will set . CLASS 5. Members (depositing 5 cents the first week, 0 cents the second week, and increasing 5 cents each week for fifty weeks, will get ... $63.75 1 Everybody is Invited. Have EveryAie in the Family Enroll Including the Baby No Fees, Fines or Trouble All You Have to do to Enroll is to Make the First Deposit. deposit- CLASS 50 Fixed-Mem- bers DO cents a week fixed, ror DO weeks mg will set $25.00 Corner Next to Court House ESI Line oin Con nty N Bll 1 Stanford, Kentucky iVvgjTrcwww.Tamii;j-rTvajfcg'r.T--WTi- , IE? 1) iaaA w! ' u j tiAn n .- IT Your Health - depends on the purity of drugs used and the care employed in compounding the prescriptions given you by your doctor. Sometimes it is fey-ea matter of Life and Death stock i )'. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Baugh. Since the Mt. Moriah correspondent failed to report the result of the The only wedding in our communi- pie supper for the benefit of the ty during the holidays was that of Christmas tree, we would like to reGuss Horton, of Detroit and Mis port it as one of our popular girls Susie Long, of this place. The cou- was such a help to them. Miss Pearl ple, accompanied by Leslie Reed and Cook received the box of candy her pie Miss Evalene Baugh drove to Stan- which brought SI 5. 10 ford Tuesday to get their license brought $5.0. Altogethei tiny colthen came back to the home of Rev. lected .$:tU.05 which bought lot." of John Singleton, near Pleasant Point, piesents for the little children of they were married by that t it Sunday School. where gentleman. The bride is the youngest There was a family reunion titt'. daughter of the Rev. John Long. She II Young's during Christmas. The is about 17 years of age and it very i1 Idren from a distance weie as pretty and popular. Mr. Horton, who Rev. E. E. Young, wife and is the second son of H. F. Horton, for- fo ir children, of Dunreith, Ind. Har-merly of this place, but now of DeYoung, of Union College, of Bar-l- ) troit. Both the bride and groom have 'ville, Miss Fannie, who teaches many friends here who wish them a n Maywood, .Miss hllie of Luuii- happy and successful future. Miss Grace Young, of Danville, i. Miss Serena Young, of Stafford. Miss Bertha Rogers went to Dan- a ville Sunday to visit her brother's M - Young, who has been s ck for so long teemed to be nnde better family. and she Cook and family of Hub- In tin children being there me urn Charlie oi over New Went to the table most a thirg she ble visited his mother here whili they weiv theie, Years. t dune for several m.)"ths. hao Mrs. Ottie Chevolette and children Mi Lindsay, Mr. Gaitman and Mr. of Burgin, spent the holidays with her Evan three of the telephone gang. mother, Mrs. Lucy Faulkner. Highland .i.-.- d THE UNIVERSAL CAR Every factor of a ijood investment is met in the Ford car for business utility low first cost, small upkeep, minimum depreciation. With these merits is all the motor car performance you can buy at any price. In city or country Ford service is close at hand the service that keeps more than 1,750,000 Ford cars in daily use. Touring Car $360; Runabout $345; Coupelet $505, Town Car $595, Se. dan $645 all f. o. b. Detroit. Ford owners drive their cars all the year around. : ; : : : fol-Ua- s: d' t i i 9 the best and rVohest we the utmost care in compoundcan buy. We use ing all prescriptions, as your doctor will tell you. it is a matter of conscience with us. Our of drugs is ing at Detroit for several mouth was at home during Christmas. II. O. Young, the singer and fox hunter asked us to report that he ran down a fox in five and hours and picked it up oft" of the ground. The fox measured fifty-sione-ha- lt x Lucian Reed, who has been work- who , orking through here, liked mimmitv. or some girls, so well thi that ''''A mine back to spend the hol Willie id boarded at C. M. Young's H. C. Anderson, A gen t STANFORD, KY. iday. The LincolnP harmacy J. W. Acey, Prop. Dr. W. N. Craig Pharmacist BAUGHMAN'S "HENjfFEED chicken, from clean whole.ome We are making mixed feed for make an ideal food for the fowl.. Brain and feed, proportioned to Here it the Mixture: Cracked corn," wheat, buckwheat, u. gar cane teed, oatt and barley. All no wate in it. Try ome now feed will like it. $2.50 per 100 lb.. you . J, H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, . KEN TUCKY hen during Christmas. (.'teller, who lives east of M inches. this "' c had the misfortune to family was made have C. M. Young's chimneys torn down and miiI hv tho death of their old family part n hi roof taken off his house, mare, on Christmas eve night. "Old when h ning struck his house one Fan" as the whole neighborhood night week. It is reported that knciv her, had belonged to Uncle the pa" the inside of the house Hen Young, who died 12 years ago caught and had been in C. M. Young's family ever since, except for a few days STIFF, ?'' RE MUSCLES RELIEVED last fall when one of the neighbors muscles or soreness l'ol-Cram thought he would buy her, but changed his notion about it. or case of grippe are lowing o oung, who has been living eased an elieved by an application Eddie on T. D. Williams farm for the past Liniment. Does not stain year has moved near Junction C lty. of Sloai log the pores like mussy Walls leaves the Speake farm the skin Jim and goes to the Dave Burton place. ointmeiu .' plasters and penetrates Jim Mctiulrey goes to the bpenke quickly w iout rubbing. Limber up place. 1. after exercise, drive out Uncle Green Young expects to your mu ' tho pail's , nil aches of rheumatism, move to the Godfrey Baugh place. imbago, strains, sprains of Stanford, neuralgi Miss Cora Young, spent the holidays with her mother and bru with Sloan's Liniment. at Mrs. McKenzie's. today. At all Druggists, Get a In ' Will Adams and family of spent the holidays with their 25c. parents at this place. Miss Lila Lewis took Miss Grace Young to the train at King's Moun- Ik k tain Sunday. Mr. K. G. Baugh, who has been the eflicient secretary of the Methodist Sunday school for some time resigned his position the last Sunday. He HIGHEST PRICES PAID bays he expects to move to Danville rUmlttanc Mailod on Day soon. They have ninny friends here Shipment U Received and especially the church members who are sorry they are going to No Commission to Pay leave and can't help but hope they Wril. for Fric. Ll.t and will soon return to their old home. Shipping Tag! son, Sam Baugh will move to Their pluce when they leave. the old home M. Sabel & Sons Although a certain young ladv is Uc.ipoutca EittUiitta USt about two months old, I don't think LOUISVILLE. KY, it has ever been reported that Edith Luvou is the mime given the daugh relan i i No.il "of Toledo, O., visited LZ ; i hl wmTimi'iifwi? vv yjwg.r 9 vj Make Your Crops Bigger The best way is to put on the right kind of Fertilizer. We have just received a couple s of the of car-loadwell-know- n I'in-char- I d, -- tHf; Swift and Armour Brands of Fertilizer And can sell it to you right. E. T. PENCE. Trade with the merchants who advertise; they want your trade M - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 12, Hustonville 1917 tot, .v, nPse'' .,, HERE'STHEHOG wmmmk .; . 2" RW ph'-t- f . . )5&b . uourdom R2Mi:rv co 3ty7 !t ioc1 find with yout "lira t Lix.netun. Ky. w ' be clnd to Rlvo you a testimonial, nnd wo you want them. c, in set JUJKINS-SUULKT- , i' inwUclm-- nril then v.t entirely cured, ex- pt !n of cars.taii.eti.. The ImifN owned by Vr Skilef ICwImr. of Kowlltur Circcn. Ky. Ho Thin lion wo i i li"k tt it vn cured of IJourbon Hcg Cholera Km-td- y aliroit Uid before usIjir I)KU(5 CO., llowllntr tirccn, Ky, Ask Your Druggist (or It. Sold By DRUG STORE E. R. Colemnn, Prop. Stanford, Ky. THE PENNY PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS I am prepared to vaccinate for VACCINATE An- thrax, Black Leg, nnd all other tock diseases. JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, Stanford, Ky. Phone 204. J. B. PERKINS DENTIST Rooms 28-2- Phone 214 Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. KY. r. TVIyers W. PENNINGTON, House Flats Stanford, Ky. Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 ipfetion. DENTIST Hf DENTIST Veterinary Surgeon Tuesdays nnd Wednesdays George Brown nnd family, of Veterinary Collego Mondays, nt Crab Orchard Grnd. Cincinnati Ark., nrrived hero a few days U. S. Gov.) (Hoc. by Thursdays, Fridays nnd Saturdays ago and are nt present with his faOfllce Fnrris' Stable nt Stanford Kentucky Danville, ther, Sidney Brown. Office In Lincoln Bank Buiding News was received here by relatives on Wednesday of the death of CONTRACTING M. REYNOLDS J. WAYNESBURG. .Mrs. Willie Ilunn. wifo of Dr. George Sue B. L. FAGALY for Contracting UNDERTAKER, Houses, Wc carry a large and complete stock Hun, deceased, of Shelby City. She and Building tff any sort Etc. Stanford, Kentucky. of Cnskcts, Robes etc at all times. had been in delicate condition for n Barns, ; number of yenrs and her death wns Phone: Farmers line No. - Woodstock line No. not received as n shock. Steve Walker of the Old Hickory AM BOURNE Wagon Co., of Louisville, was n guest LANCASTER, KY. AUCTIONEER, Bus Between in our city Wednesday night. The high dollar nt your sale all the II. Clay Knuffmnn returned to Danville and time nnd nt lowest price; sales Lancaster Wednesday nfter n pleascried anywhere. Daily Except Sunday visit to relatives here. Phone 3G4A Lancaster nt my expense Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) antKing Carpenter motored to Lanat 10:00 n. m. and 4.00 p. m. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) nt caster Monday morning accompanied mother, sister, nnd 1:30 p. m. 9:00 Service Bundles a. m.Packages Carried at by hisAlice Lusk, andMrs. Sam Lusk, Livery and John B. Riffe Mrs. and Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and on a visit of Mrs, Lusk. Low Charges Buggies; Open Day and Night. Rev. Paul Vandike, of Louisville O. L. MINKS. Proorietor Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Seminary, has been called to preach Trial, Wc Will Please You. church this for the Presbyterian II. II. Carter, Manager. Phone 5. L. Beaziey & Co., year. Everyone is cordially invited to Call answered day or night. go and hear him. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford. Ky. Mis. Samuel Lusk left Wednesday for her home in Wnterbury, Conn., after a pleasant visit to her mother and other relatives here. In Doubt Born on Jan. 7th, to the wifo of a d Sam Peavyhotise, a bouncing Rnnifnrir Pliiniliinir. Hnntini'. Tin- girl. ...., ... ........ nmg anu uuucnng uuramccu. Mrs. Allen Burrs nnd son left on Unr- - iimer last Sunday for New York to join Myers rumps ana vjray engines who left here Phone 42, Stanford. Ky, Iter husband, Philadelphia, Pa. n few W. K. (lavs ago for Stanford, Ky. Phone 188 Dr. J. T. Bohon, of the Heights, J. C. McCLARY spent the first of the week in town gathering news. To the "The Turn of the Tide" given nt I rcpri'Hnt the larseM and lient Alcorn's opera house Tuesday evenordir clothing liouso In tlil rountrr ing, Jan. 10, by the Stanford Drama7.(1 VrHt irl Co., VMentin. 111. Jty r- tic Club, under the auspices of the VHKljLaSS feflBSSCflssHsssHsH xrienci' In mcasurine anil dirrctlnc the unk W. C. T. U. of this place, promises ing of your clothed, gives mc the ndvnntngc j3NP SsSBHBHza orir one who If not n iirnctlcil tailor. If ou to be great and should not be missed will givt tue your order, I will promise you n by anyone. Come. Mliinre deal. Tou will get the worth of jour Mrs. Minne Robinson spent Tuesmoney, either In the iheapeft griiden or the My I'AI.I. and WIXTKK hlRher liriciK. day in Danville shopping. line of samples Is now ready for our InGreen Frye has been confined to TPI PV l'ructlcsl Tailor Home Phone 35 the house for several days with grip. IxJJT JUJCj X Stanforh. Kr. Office 1'hone 107 Del-plain, John M. Casey, D. V. M. W. W. BURGIN stfsMslssssssssssssssslsfesis. H 4tft&& r vw ' d$ &w 'dsssssssssH -- kh. CAPT. XJsssssk Auto Stanford HlwJsBiBH sssKssBKSi!ssssHrXxlsssssssl ssR'Jnv;fllVj(SSssslrsisHH Auto J. "When Take "Com-Cel-Sa- r" ........, Bath." eight-poun- Undertaker r WARNER Public: ! The Most Powerfully Efficacious Medicine Ever Sold in Stanford and Hustonville has been used and known with For eight years more confidence and satisfaction than any remedial medication known. In FALL nature demands the assistance of a tonic medicine to assist the elimination or throwing off oc accumulated filth from the human body, and if this natural assistance is denied or not furnished, then Rheumatism, Colds, Cntarrh, Malaria and Consumption. COM-CEL-SA- R ? s niado-to- - 1 swirl -- pi Cull - Undertaker Embalmer KY. It Is Legally Guaranteed that is, every box is packed and backed by and with legal guarantee fails to do what you that gets your money back if expect it to. is pure, sweet, fresh Roots and Herbs, 3 boxes for One Dollar. Each box makes a full quart of medicine, thus comCOM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- R now and let me show you J STANFORD. Waynesburg Rev, J. L. Dotson. of Harrodsburg will arrive Mondny to assist the pas- Its SummerTime in Florida t K p s. soumc nt Railway sH. t1 ,- 'L Y sl .slH car leaving Louisville 7:55 p. m., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 p. m. Through Pullman connection on train leaving Louisville 7:20 a. m., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 a. m. The Southern Railway is the direct line to Ashevillc, Aiken, Auuusta, Charleston, Columbia, Savannah, Summcrville. and other southern resorts. Dining Car Service Winter Tourist, Variable Tour and Hoineseek-er- s' Two Daily Trains: Through Pullman tor, Rev. E. W. Coakley in a series beginning of meetings. Services Monday evening. Mr. John Routen is very ill at his home here of tuberculosis. Mrs. D. W. Caldwell is greatly improved since returning from Louisville from the Norton Infirmary. Mr. G. A. Caldwell is suffering from Mr. Oz Reynolds and little daughters, of Ash Fork, Ariz., are visiting his mother, Mrs. Lucy E. Reynolds and other relatives. Mrs. D. O. Lewis, of Moreland and Miss Birdie Reynolds, of Stanford visited Mrs. Mace Reynolds last week. Mrs. E. L. Gadberry and little sons, are visiting his mother, Mrs. Tartar at Yoscmitc. Mr. M. E. Wheeldon, our new rheumatism. pounding a lasting searching tonic, body and blood builder, superior kidney and bladder troubles, nervousness, weakness and malaria, to anything of its kind. For indigestion, gas in the stomach and bowis the remedy most excellent. els, Why not go to the Lincoln I'harmucy at Stanford, Ky., or Weddle's Drug Store, at Hustonville, Ky., and get a for $1.00. Legally guaranteed; also treatment of get 25c worth of SCIENCE SOPE, MADE FOR HUMAN SKIN ONLY, and commends itself with own purity and sweetness. You should also remember to get a 25c bottle of Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment, for pains, cuts, sprains, bruises, burns, etc., as used by Ranchmen, Cowboys, Scouts and Indians. No Home should be without it. All people can buy these remedies at THE LINCOLN PHARMACY, Stanford . WEDDLE'S DRUG STORE, Hustonville three-month- 's COM-CEL-SA- R Excursion Fares now in ellect Stopovers nnd other special features. Full information and fares from local Southern Railway agent or write B. H. T dd, District Pass'r Agent, Starks Bldg., Louisville, Ky, cashier has charge of the bank here. We regret very much to give Mr. Dakota Remedy Company Jack-White-M- oon 3729-373- 1 West Broadway Louisville. Kentucky ALLEN HEIATT, Assistant Manager Walnut Street Warehouse JOHN S. VAN WINKLE Secretary JESSE W. OVERSTREET, Asst. Mgr People's Tobacco Warehouse Gadberry up. keeps you awake at night and drains? Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Reynolds your vitality and energy. Dr. King's and little daughter, Lucy, Mr. and New Discovery is a pleasant balsam visited Mrs. Mrs. W. J. Reynolds remedy, antiseptic, laxative and Lucy E. Reynolds Saturday. e promptly effective. It soothes the ir Mr. Wesley Toliver and Miss Sanders went to Stanford Wed- ritated membrane and kills the cold nesday to take the examination for germs; your cough is soon relieved. De an appointment to Richmond school. Mrs. P. B. McMullin spent Tuesday lay is dangerous get Dr. King's New with her mother, Mrs. Tipton Sims, Discovery at once. For nearly fifty who is Ul 'with grippe. years it has been the favorite remedy Mrs. R. Curtis. Mrs. A. B. Morgan for grippe, croup, cough and colds. and Mr. I. C. Singleton went to , Get a bottle today at your Druggist, Somerset to see the negro doctor. Messrs. Arthur and r red single 50c. ton returned to New Castle, Ind., Sunday after spending several days A number of the merchants of with their parents. Miss Grace Jeltreys went to Cin Lebo, Kansas, have served notice on cinnati Sunday. St. Louis business firms that they Mr. Ranee Pagdett sold his proper will no longer buy goods in that "wet" ty to Mr. G. W. Horton of King's Mountain and has moved to the city, They write: "We know that St. Louis alone was responsible for property of S. D. Jeffreys. Mr. and Mrs. Willie purchased the keeping Misuri "wet." We, as house and lot of Theo. Austin antl are proud of our state, and were have moved into it. Mrs. J. F. 'Florence is able to be it not for Missouri we would not be out again after an illness of a few bothered with the "bootlegging" days. gang and booze that we have. We feel that as merchants, Kansas City Lingering Coughs Are Dangerous should be given the preference in Get rid of that tickling cough that everything we have to buy." , Gus-tacI Kan-san- s, Auction Sales Every Day Ex-ceSaturdays and Holidays We will continue auction sales every day excepting Saturdays nnd holidays You can rest assured that Danville from now on. will be the highest market in this section, as we are pt the closest market to the largest plan is and manufacturing lans in the world. Our accommodations for both man and beast are as good as the best. The loose leaf floor the best and only way of marketing tobacco, to insure the highest dollar to the grower. These facts have been dimonstrated in Virginia, North and South Carolina where they have been selling tobacco on this plan for the past fifty years. Drive your wagon to the Danville market. You will always find someone to attend to your wants, and welcome you. During the sale we will do our very best to get you the highest market price for your tobacco. All the large factory buyers will be on hand on the first day of sale. We have experienced men in all departments to look after your interests, including two of the finest auctioneers in this New Year Goods Galore or any other State. The Warehouses do not buy tobacco except on sale at auction. sion business. Free stables and no rejection fee. We do a strictly commis- Cut Glass, China, Community Silverware, Carving Sets, Pocket Cutlery, Aluminum and Nickel Plated Ware; Dinner Sets at Special Prices. Fruits, Candies, Nuts, Figs Raisins, Dates, all at low prices. Appreciating your past patronage, we hope you will see your way clear to bring us your tobacco, guaranteeing you the highest market prices, absolutely accurate weights and an all around square deal. You are cordially invited to attend our sales. t M :::::: GEORGE H. FARRIS Only a few No 11, "' ' Oliver Sulky Plows, left at Old Price. People's Tobacco Warehouse President Company I. M. DUNN, Don't fail to place your order now Danville - Kentucky W. H. HIGGINS Corner Main and Depot Streets lucurporated The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Condition of Friday, January 12, 1917 - 1 Mrs. J. II. Pnxton wns in Lancns1 hursdny. William Grimes nnd William Yn-g"Gets-It- " were in Lexington Sunday. Off Mr. M. O VnnDevecr in able to out nfter vi nil weeks' illness. 2 Drops, and the Corn is a "Goner I" Jesse Mc.nln, of Solium, Hardin When you'vo K"i to wnlk on tlio Blilcn of your ilin to net nwny county, in Mating Mr. and Mrs. Cy- DR. CALDWCLL'S Ky Dec. 30, 1916 SYRUP PEPSIN thero'n rus Gover this week. from thoso ixwful corn-pnlonly ono common-sens- e thing to do. Miss Lylcs Cooper left this mornTHE FAMILY LAXATIVE FOR ing for NVVniile, Tenn., to visit relaMANY YEARS tives and fiipn Is. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Traylor will " leave Rntm iv for Montgomery, A1h., Mis. Aug. Docllefeld of Carlyle, to visit Mr Hid Mrs. E. L. Dudderar III., ""recently wrote to Dr. Caldwell, 1 1 Miss An iic Ashloek. of Lancaster, III mm,, I has been fit. truest of her sister, Mrs. at Monticello, 111., thnt she has used I U. S. Allen Ti.rloi for several days. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in her Mrs. r Wilson wet to home for a number of years, and Thursday for a short visit would not be without it as with it to her pan-nts- . John 15, jgh. who is now making she has been nblcvto keep her four his home near Ilerea, was over sever- children in perfect health. al days this week. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is n Mrs. IP- sic McAIIster went to Jel-lic'. combination of simple laxative herbs Ti-- i n , Thursday to $ visit Mm. with pepsin that acts on tho bowels Sam IJiiimI for several days. Mrs. rdi'ar Turley nnd Mrs. Win. in an easy, natural way, and regulates I Arnold arc expected Mondav to lie the I'no "Ortx-Ilj- " Your Torni Won't action of this most important the gue-4- of Mr. and Mis. R. T. Swell In liter. lleMiIow. Tho'll : function. Nearly all tho sickness to Bruce. Shrivel, l.ooiou mid 1'ccl Oil! Welch Rochester attended the Tev-i- s which children are subject is trace- cents a bottle. To avoid imitatioi on tho Put 2 or 3 drops of "acts-It- " Inllnm-irmtlo- n Bills corn right nwny. Pain nnd Fnuloner nuptials at Danville will illsappcur, tlio corn will Wednesh., which was one of the able to bowel inaction and a mild, de- 'and ineffective substitutes bo sum-yoliPKln to flirlvcl from that Instant pendable laxative such as get Dr Caldwell's Syrup PepM Caldseason. 'irn It loosens nnd falls light off. In brilliant events of tho T. Uruce were well's Syrup Pepsin shouldDr.have Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thoic'B no othor a See that s facsimile of Dr. Caldwell' the world that nets llUc "(lets-It.- " hosts at a mx o'clock cour?c dinner pace in every family medicine chest. signatuie and his portrait appear 01 Ifo new discovery haH born made In was on last Fmlay evening complimentary It is pleasnnt to the stnste. and chil 'the yellow carton in which the botll.-i- s since "(Jets-It- " born. Don t forgot thnt fact. Uets-It- " packed. A trial bottle, free docs .away forever with the use to Mr and Mrs. V. M. Bright, Mr. dren like it,, and tnke it readily, while of xulvcs that Irritate, bandages that 3 and Mrs Thomas Phelps Bright, Mr. it is equally effective for adults. on 'charge, can be obtained by writnu mnkq a bundle of your toe, plasters that half do the work, knives and nnd Mrs. Morrison Bright. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin i? sold to Dr. W B Caldwell, Wnshi , 7 scissors that draw blood. Use "Qcta-It- " Mr. and Mrs. Sam Damron, of Mt. in drug store everywhere for fifty ton St , Monticello, Illinois. no mord digging or rutting. "Octs-It- " Is Mild everywhere. S5o a bottle, or sent on receipt or prlco bjr Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Mont Damron, Co., Chicago, 111. K. Ijiwrcnce of DuniiM'lle, and .Mrs. D. Rubarts, of Sold in Stanford and recommend- Eunice, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. V. A. Tribblc has been on the ed as the world's best corn remed? L. W. Cundiir first of the week. Casick list for several days. I by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The sey News. Cir-cl- e F. Gover has returned after a Penny Drug Store. 4 J. Jan. 13. The Beulah Walker Mr and Mrs. James II. Wright will meet with Mrs. J. B. Perkins visit to his daughter, Mrs. C. E. son, Julian left Wednesday for Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartlcy Is able to and Cower at Pontine, Mich. Nashville. Tenn., to spend sinie time. at 2 o'clcock. again after several weeks' ill- Mr. Wright has not yet decided what be out he will do since he sold his fat m here. ness. Mrs. R. M. Blaekerby has been con Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Wright have many friends fined to her home in the country for see themhere who regret very much to leave this community. Mi.-several weeks on account of illness. Elizabeth Carpenter, of LinMrs. John Popples is slowly recov coln county, who is the guest of her ering from a sever spell of grippe sister, Mrs. R. L. Salter, entertained ' Shoes are "BALL-BAND- " and bronchial trouble. Monday afternoon with a tea in honSpecial Little Katherine Lutes is reported or of Miss Eleanor Tevis, whose maras quite ill at the home of her par- riage to Mr. E. P. Faulconer, Jr., They are vulcanized by the Vacuum ents, at Middleburg. .vill take place on Wednesday after-.ooProcess, jjrealesL discovery in iLe Mrs. J. D. Wearen spent several Danville Messenger. manufacture of rubber footwear iu reclays in Lancaster this week visiting cent years. Winter Brings Colds To Children friends and relatives. A child rarely goes through the Miss Roxic Stanaford, of McKin-ne- y, The ''Vac" goods are very comfortable hole winter without a cold, and cv was the guest of Miss Cora Ltfe to wear. They are light in weight and bore early in the week. "y mother should have a reliabb they fit well. mody handy. Fever, nore throat Mrs. Mary A. Carkin, of Brandon, Wis., arrived early this week for a 'flit chest nnd croupy coughs pr They are the most durable rubbers visit to her daughter, Mrs. Emma ire symptoms. A dose of Dr. Bell' made, and Ave recommend them ior all Miller and grandson, V. T. Miller, at the old Lvtle pla'ce west of town. He Tar Honey will loo?cn kinds of unusually hard wear. 1 ry S. D. Elmore, of Palmyra, 111., has relieve the congested lung them you will find it is true been here for several days visiting mil stop the cough. Its antisopti Col. M. D. Elmore, his uncle, his broVelvet-W-ear line balsam.? heal and snot'i. TV that they ther, Menefoe Elmore at Preachers-villcroup, whooping cough and chronic Like and other relatives. .Miss Maltha Ilommeli, principal of bronchial troubles try Dr. Bell's Pine & Here is Proof by Women who Know. the High school at Lafollcttc, Tenn., Tar Honey. At all Druggists, 25c. years I have is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Lowell, Mass. "For tho last three Mary Ilommeli at Danvile. ,irHeard i own been troubled with tho Change of Life and tho bad Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Baughman. feelings common at that time. I was in a very nersouth of Danville, passed throu 'h "Bob" Slade.the cof vous condition, with heada"hcs and pain a good Stanford Thursday en route to pm it- - fee drummer, was calling on his deal of tho tiiuo so I was unlit to do my work. A rolled up for prohibition, which, he in Florida for several weeks, after friends here this week. says, forever settles the saloon quesfriend asked me. to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetawhich they will go to Texas, m. ii tion "in that county. ble Comnound, which I did, and it has helped me in other southern noints. I representing the Clarence II iJKt' . Sunday is our regular mei every way. I am not nearly so nervous, no head-arh- e Her many friends will regi ' to Streitmann Fugnzzi. Company and one Biscuit We hope to Fair .. e it TT. ..,.. II or pain. I must say that Lydia 10. Pinkham's u.. day atirowd View. We would alsom i know that Mrs. Walter Dunn is uite of the most popular drummers on 111 ill-I11. IWUfllTIDU, out. Vegetablo Compound is tho besc remedy any sick isitintr his father, lance sick with measles at the hom of tlic road, was in .Stanlonl on Ins In- - Iowa, has been to woman can take." Mrs. Maiioaukt Quixx, Uear Mr. Henry Cation and family on the comsee m.re membeis and chilil weekly rounds, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Dunn in Daim j out to Sunday School. Crab Orchard pike for several days. 209 AVortlieu at, Lowell, 3Iass. S. E. Hubble, of Moi eland, who Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vanhcj- Miss Margaret Shanks retu Younjr Mr. Catron left home 11 years travels through the lower section for r. '' to Science Hill School at Shelbw ii. Curry, Tunis & Norwood, of Lexing- auo, and he had not been back on a recently moved here from Site Tells Kcr Friends to Take Lytlifi E. Pinklmm's Remedies. We are glad to have sur'' i1 Tuesday aftei spending the holiiiis ton, was in Stanford this week, hav- visit for eijrht years, so that his visit citizens in our commun' North ITaven, Conn. "When I was 4o I had the Change of Life here with her parents, Mr. and M s. ing the I. J. do some nice printing was greatly appicciated by all of his friends and lelatives. Mr Jim MeGuflV which is a trouble all women have. At. first it didn't bother mo for him. Mr. Hubble is an have vacated the Jack ii. X t live wire, and has a host of fiiend but alter a while I got bearhjg down pains. I called in doctors who W. C. Shanks. Mrs. C. E. Miller, who has I'. all through his .terntoiy. told mo to try diiLuviifc things but they did not cure my pains. Ono In a card in the I ancaster Record locatinjc near Highlanc w next occupant of tli visiting the family of heir broth day my husband came home and said, ' Why don't you try Lydia &. this week, former Representative J. prove to be as ;ood M. I. Eubanks in Boyle and J Rev. C. II. Greer, of Danville, pre R. Jlount, Pinkham's YctaMo Compound and Sanative Wash?' Avell, I got , announces thnt if Casey Mr. and Mrs. McGuffei, them and teokTabc ut 10 bottles of Vegetable Compound and could Eubanks here, has returned to ho siding eider of this district, wns ing county does not offer a candidate for .v Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Stanford a short v lule Friday morn-irimyself regaining nly health. I alo used Lydia E. Pinkham's feel home in Rochester, 111. hj on his way to Middlesboro ane the democratic nomination for sena- wood, spent Sunday witi "it has done me a great deal of good. Any ono Sanathe Wash and J. S. Owsley went to Fran other points in the upper enil f his tor in this district, he will be a candi- ter, Mrs. Jim Carter an coming to my house who suiters trom lemale trouDies or quango oi Mrs. Thursday to spend several days v district. He had just returned from date. The more the merrier; jet in visit to Mary J. Carter Life, tell them to take tho Pinkham remedies. There are about 20 her son, II r. J Pulaski countv where he happened his wife, who is visiting relatives ;ii Mrs. Florence Isulla, ter and family. boys; the water's fine. of us here who think the world of them." .11 be during the last week of the loher old home, while recuperat Mr. Jim Hiatt has leturn. o 13ox 197, North Haven, Conn. cal option campaign, in which he from broken ankle. took great interest and made a numHarry Jacobs, the monument man, troit Mith,, after a visit to hu w John T. Dunaway, w.ho has been ber of telling speeches to the good has recently sold a four ton bnm- - here. You are Invited to Write for Free Advice. News has reached us that B:i He was greatly pleased at down with typhoid fever for som people. No other medicine has been so successful In relieving woman's the majority of 2,-- 14 which was cranite monument to A. C. Hunn, of Dawes, one of our excellent y weeks, was able to come to tow Louisville, for his father and mother men, who has been employed in !' Buffering as has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Monday with his father. J, A. Dun.i- in Hustonville cemetery; also a fine troit, Mich., the pa.H year ha U.k. "Women may receive free and helpful advieoby writing tlio Lydia, unto himself Michigan biide way, and was given Up carved and hammered Mel ford N. 11. fear this will a E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Blnss. Such letters are received by hisjnany friends a hearty welcom cause some s,i yoj by women only and held in strict confidence. irranite job to W.O. Goodloe to jjo to hearts around Hall's (Jup IIowi ttnd auswed The Kind That Stanford People the Lancaster cemetery and a Georgia the writer hopes that he am! h Cannot Deny bride will always find their n.ithw ; granite job to John Dinwiddie, Corns Ptil Right ter The First National Bank Stanford, RESOURCES Loans, Stocks and Bonds $341,622.53 Banking House 6i600.00 Due from Banks 29,048. Cash and Due from 9,257.28 Treas... With cr Keeps Her Children In Perfect Health n, i -- Total $396,527.92 50,000.00 28,500.00 3,498.04 50,000.00 6,500.00 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Circulation - jjfJMJWjf J Payable DEPOSITS Total 258,029.88 corn-remov- er A dividend of demand; leaving per cent to undivided profits $396,527.92 per cent declared payable corn-rcmovc- rs ' t" Personal and Social TliE"VAMBOOTS Wcmen of s mum urn mm Quality. the ' 'Vac' Boots and n. Many distressing Ailments experienced by them are Alleviated by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. mM e, "FeeiLike Iron. " PHILLIPS PHILLIPS Aout ever-popul- ar , Hall's Gap '. all-rou- M ' I . Backing Proof GROCERIES "At A Little Less" Tomatoes Following are a few of the things I carry in stock all fresh and 'At a Little Less" than you have been paying: Canned Pineapples Canned Cherries Canned Apricutt Cnunod Pcoches Cftnned Apple Canned Corn Canned Hominy Canned String Beans Canned Red Beans Oysters Salmon Canned Pear Canned Kraut Pork and Beans Navy and Pinto Beans Campbell's Soups A'.paruuus Canned Blackberries Capncd Peas Jot-O- il Heinz' Apple Butter Corned Beef Peanut Butter Durhee's Salad Dressing Spaghetti Cheese, Joll-O- , Macr.roni Ice Cream Powder Tomato Catsup Coffees of All Kinds Olives Soaps , Molasses Rolled Ooafi Tobaccos and Cigars Sweet and Irish Potatoes Cabbago and Other Vegetables Fruits and Candies Meal and Flour Mother's and Salt Rising Bread Dried Apples, Peaches and Ap- Buckwheat Flour Sugar, both white and brown Teat of various brands don't mnko the fatal mistake of regarding it as a trilling matter. Authorities agree that Catarrh is an infection of the blood. Consequently, sprays, salves and lotions can afTestimony confirmed years after is ford only temporary relief, because .'tter evidence. they do not reach tho source of tho The following Stanford man's disease, tho blood. When you depend mtement leaves no room for doubt. on these temporary remedies alone It must convince every kidney your case is likely to grow steadily who reads it. worse until it becomes chronic and If your back aches if your kid-i- s possibly affects the lungs. are weak, profit by .Mr. Aid-- i But even if tho infection does not go this far, .the continuous dripping litre's experience: II. P. Aldridue, blacksmith. E. of mucous in the thror.t, the constant Vni'i St., Stanfori, says: ".My with Doiiii'h Kidney Pills suf-urer Many an earnest Stanford man or man has publicly endorsed Doan's i idney Pills. Week after week, month after onth you'vo read their statements. Would these Stanford people rec- nmend any medicine if it were not f od? Would they confirm and repeat ir statements after years had pa.s- e.l? Local proof is jjood evidence. oft Moreland, for his father, to go to brightened with sunshine and with roses. Hustonville. Mrs, Hoskins on the suK i- -- tm -t - 'i- If You Syffer Frmn Catarrh habit-formin- spitting and hawking and evil odor of the breath will not only cauac misery to your but will mako your presence obnoxious to others. S. S. S., which has been tho standard blood medicine for llfty years, will relievo your catarrh, because it will purify your blood and relievo it of the accumulated poisons. S. S. S. contains g drugs. no mineral or S. S. S. is on sale at all druggists and tho advico of our medical department is at your disposal, free of charge. Swift Specific Co., 302 Swift Buildinp;. Atlanta, Ga. tBBtvaKsuaassmsateasr h w lwwtn Riinh Hint, f iMin riM'nmninnil l ricots Raisins, Dates, Spices, Extracts Frcih Meats of All Kinds If I haven't what you want I'll get it. ronage. Give me a portion of your A trial is all ask. pat-- I JlLi ' WALTON Black Huffman, Cutter Telephone . No. 210 BHUI them to anyone. I had pains through nt Tlio mi- - hurl; mill Plilmivx. r'v I u'.neyr. wi.n iuvuulnr a n I could ,. sleep well at nhht. Doan's Kid-- i Pills regulated my kidaeys and , stopped tho pains." (Statement i?iv- -t lebruary 5, 1912). (Pi November 13, 1010 Mr. Ald-nl,- 'i' taid: " I have had no oicusion to hm Doan's Kidney Tills ior some turn This medicine put my kidneys in t,.od order and I have had no rot ta, n of tho kidney ttouble." 1'nco BOc, at all dealers. Don't Kim: ly ask for a khmey remedy Kct Do.in's Kidney Pills the same that Mr, Mdridge has twice recommended. Foster-Milbur- n Co,. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 4-- Women's- and Children's Coals - Just a few sizes left. them, we will i , If you can use one of ke the prices right. 1 1 . , W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Kentucky ifmff.yji'iiPflU'wgKaoa v nu XAS2.C-1- 9 aawywrrrnj fT Pnge Four GUTS HIGH COST OF POOR HEALTH Business Man Finds WaV tO The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky:. Farm and Stock News McCormnck & (Junn, stock dealers of the West End, bought n lot of fat to hogs in thnt section nt from 8 SI cents n pound. Hoone & Rnllnrd, of the East End, sold to Adams Pence here Monday mTi-- i rmlit.ld .. iituui liiii :n .if M 0 it fwirwl Charles Kern, of Perryville sold 1.1 I 1?.. la l,tu UA IM fcl Jit n lt ItVJ'IIUIUO HIP fnrm! nf acres at $5G an acre. At Perryville Thomns P. Coulter bought a nice young horse from F. Sheii rin for $125. The State Farmers' Institute will be held in Winchester Feb. 28 and March and 2. A. F. Edwards, near Crab Orchard, bought 112 head of mountain ewes from Hoone, Hallard and Jim Pur-ce- ll lecently at from $9 to $10. Oeoige A. McRoberts has sold bis hemp crop to Hudson & Davis at Danville, at $13.00 per hundred and half the rise. J. II. Livingston, of this city, sold gelding to d his big Geoige Sudditth, of the Goshen section, thi:j week, for $125. R. L. Smith, of the Hiatt section of Rockcastle, sold to J. H. Thompson, of the Preaehersville section, n bunch of seven calves for $188 late last week. M. F. Lawrence, on the Preaehersville road, bought a couple of sows Sam F. Gentry and J (J pigs from early in the week, for which he paid $50.' In the West End Owselv McWhor-te- r bought a cow and calf of Squire Giinn for $00. Squire Gann bought -2 mu-iib- Friday, January 2, 1917 s . i "lifw H f, a Southern ,.!, increase Efficiency. The uwrdie.'ul mil of Ih'Iiik luilf-slit- , factor tiolui; mm l(iuil it rtiiiiiioliil (iiiHlilcrcd lij tiiislniwx men :i1l nei'tli' (iiiiilrj. nilleloni'.v U the rimil which IcniN to i he koiiI for which ewry IiiiIihs-iiiiu- i it 1 Gentleman, am Named is sirlvlns mill A. I.. Van l.Uc. ''"" Vrciiilc hulhllim. t n ton. says he hu fuiiiiil the wuj t' health ctllclciic.n him In at leHst. 'I'niilac. he says. tlir' de iioicr trim to meet the lnniids of his icmI estate luiMiuw Mr Vim HjKe said. 'It's hard to lie on the Job eer, ilaj when a man unlaw up In die uiorniim .J '. ' . t' eu sevon-yenr-ol- without 'pep (II ambition That'' the wiij I I'i'U I o oil was in wouldn't di'-'e-xt It foi mod an. lick'hlni; i aliped and Idoillng I "The tl oulile ' ife " J "' L- lost 11 aipetit Ih'-'j- -t - ft ''"i' w'r. ' J ' "HIWI ll '"'' " l'r'S and looK It 11- iii to I UioiilJi would have to i;lvc lip lillMlies-an- d taUe a tilp for ni mended Tan la It helped me ilmo- -t ft "in tl'i Hturt. Mj nppellte lame ilk k. i wn Itotheled le and les l. pi- -. I he gnu to feel :ile a iphI liealthy iniiiia. being "l'e gained lift ecu potuiiK An J've gained In businc-- s cttli'ienc 'i'hut's h. I'm eauer to -- ay a & Won I lot T.uilae. If an.wtne want- - l l.nuw mori of uij tory I am at -- 7 I will tei Arcade building. Da.Mon iinyoiie just vim' thK new tonic ha iloiie lur nie a id what the. ina; opc fiom it themelws." to me is .sold exclusively A. L. VAN DYKE. that time a friend lecoui ".lust ahoiii health. in StanR. ford at The Penny Drue; Stoic, E. Coleman, Proprietor. Tanlae can now be obtained in following nenroy cities: Morelar.d, Minks; Hustonville, Adams Jlins.; McKinney, True & Co.; Joe McWilliams; Middleburg, W. C. Hryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Uios.; Iirodhoad, John Robins; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; Hee Lick, J Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, V. A Horton. Ellis-Imr- m g, PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public outciy at my Cieek, on the Cr.ib JAN. 18. 1917 fnrmit Cedar THURSDAY, wit : Five milch Orchard and Stanford pike on th" following described propeity to cows: one calf; one secriding cultivator; two Oliver Chill Anderson, of the Preaehersville . No. 20: one new gar- tion, Mr. Jones sold 15 heifers that turning plow.-aveiaged 550 pounds at $li.50; to W. den plows; one double' .shovel plow; wagon; one ct plow H. Shanks he sold 10 heifer calves one harness; one slack of millet hay; lot at $20.50 a head. of tobacco sticks; 50 or HO hands II. B. Cox, of Gairard, who was ot mm; household and kitchen furui-tin- heie Monday has been buying a large all new; big lot of canned fruits amount of hemp and seed, in that and other things too numerous to county for the firm of E. F. Spears & Son, of Paris. He has purchased mention. GEORGE W. KING. ilboiit 500 acres in the past 10 days, Sale beeinning at 10 A. M. paving an aveiage of about 13 V ( ol 1) Peters, autnoneei. cents for it. He bought about 200 acies of hemp fiom the Ranking of Co has the Hubble section. CASH for ACCOUNTS bouirht un about 3.000Mr. bushels of so far. e get you cash on Accounts, Notes, hemp seed J. A. Young, of Adair county, who I Iaiins, b collecting quickly Collection was on the maiket here Mondav. sold in United States. g uiranleed oi no charges. : : : : : 31 head of mixed cattle to W. II Sugden, of exington, he sold nine MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY to T. A. Biad steer calves lor Somerset, Ky. ley. of Bovle, he sold 10 heifers for $335; to T. W. Jones at the stock yards, he sold a couple of steers and $237.50; to J. S. LOANS two calves for Stanford 10 steers Putfor ins, south of m sunisi of $2,000 or more. No loan and a bull to T. W. Jones for fee charged Phone or Write $28.35. R. E. Gaines on the Ciab Orchard D. A. pike, east of Stanford, sold this week Lancaster, Ky. several spans of the extia classy To B. IBBlWIh mules he has been feeding. . . m. . n ra . w. .V" :TT 1. tr i W. Gaines, of the same section, he .!. i h; ,1 noise sold a pair of mules for $425; to Wils Rogers, of a pair of tflWffi Paint Lick he soldhybrids for $350; unbioken s to James McCormnck, of the church section, he sold a pair A YOUR DK JCCI5T, mare mules lor :.iiu; .- Mif two-hore, -2 any-wheie $2-12- from Eli Grubbs for $125. C. E. Tate, of Stanford, sold about S.500 pounds of tobacco on the Danville market last week, which averaged him close to $17.50 a hundred pounds. Frank Toliver bought 18 mules in Adair, Casey and Taylor last week. He paid from $90 to SM2.50 per head. They were shipped to Tennessee. Adair News. of Hustonville, J,. K. Baughman. sold to W. C. Floyd, also of that section of the county, late last week, 11 mules, mostly coming females, for $2,000. Jim Dawson, who has been located near town the past year, will soon to go to Nevin Caiter's farm near McKinney, which he will operate the coming season. Danville, of Ren F. Robinson, bought here Monday from Center d Bros., of Garrard, a mare mule for $105; they also bought a hoise mule of the same ape from Richard Hester, north of town. Henrv Catron, of the East End, sold to Farley Scott, of the Cedar mare Creek section, a mule last week for $141. Mr. Catron bought from Ileniy Howard 17 shoat that averaged 100 pounds at 8 cents n pound. T. W. Jones, of the stock yards, here, bought a diove of 32 hogs from McCormack & Gann, of Hustonville, this week. They averaged 200 pounds and were bought at $9.50. From Lutes & Lutes, of Middleburg section, Mr. Jones puichased 117 head of hogs that averaged 120 pounds, for which he paid $9. Gus Geiszl, the load conti notorial mer of Crab Oi chard, bought 20 heifers from T. W. Jones here early this week, at $0.50 a hundred. They aveiaged 500 pounds. To John B. four-year-old seven-year-olfour-year-o- ld n five-vear-o- ld red squirrel gelding Well, way back in 1901, after I had been in this bright, happy world for several days, I began to get worried like. I didn't have any name. Folks were calling me "it" and "the new one" and "whatdya-call-it.I didn't like it a bit. Then one day I heard the Big Chief telephoning all his department heads to meet in his office. " them argue whether He'd be 'called Jack or John or Jim before. Finally, one fellow spoke up and said : "Why not call him 'SOVEREIGN? His mother was a Virginian, his father an aristocrat of the Carolinas. He comes from the very best stock. He comes from the very sweetest, ripest, mellowest Virginia and Carolina tobacco. He is being raised right in one of the cleanest, whitest, healthiest homes on earth. He is a Southerner born, a Southerner bred, a Southern gentleman the king of them all a real SOVEREIGN. ., 5 unu wiangieu. iuu iinuw, yuu nave neara .' Pretty soon they all came filing in. Tall chaps, short chaps, fat chaps and skinny chaps. "Now that he is here," said the Big Chief, "what will you name him?" My! how they wrangled and wrangled The Folks of the South KNOW good blood. The Folks of the South KNOW good tobacco. the best is none too good a name." So I was named, friend, for I want you as one of my friends, and it means a whole heap when I say I SOVEREIGN Ur Buy me. am guaranteed by vnxy " If you don't like me return me to your dealer and get your money back. I have said iL A Southern gentleman is known the world over for keeping his word, and I have given you mine. . yu"J't.lJZ' MAJLyl'cuui (Art C - f 66 FOR THE GENTLEMAN OP THE SOUTH ereign Jforuf of eites 9 tffl&ms CUM ; We sell this great cigarette in Stanford. Try a package and you will be convinced that all the above advertisement says, is true M $3-1- THOMAS I fl -- .. . E. R. COLEMAN, Proprietor U -. . I Cuti-Wnjr- The Penny Drug Store Junius I'. four-year-ol- d . who recently moved to the farm of John Carroll, V'IL,f one mile fiom Cm bin, had the mis- (Ada litre are 1 cent a word each leeut, cash McCor-mack'fortune to lose his barn by lire, of witb eider; no ad liks tliau 2So each Issue.) unknown oiiurin. The barn contained all his feed, consLstine; of about IA M..L'....l.i,iu I i i.. Wnvn jnfw"a jLsni1 xruajSii ............ lifi bushels of corn, 500 binds of REX and Jellito for everybody at 1(1 .1. II. illllWl-MM.t.- , ,111(1 male fodder and about $20 worth of hay, Fowle's; 1G cents spot cash. county, a pair of tso-- y ear-ol- d 1 mules for $310. Mr. Gaines says lie and is a verv serious loss to him. R. M. has the best of his mules on hand .London Kcho. LARGEST percent of attendance Headquarter for Beit still unsold. of teachers at teachers' meetings, in FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Ky. Stanford, Phone 168 and 45. Educational Division No. 1. G. SinOttice of GRIPPE A-WOfour-year-oRD ld .... STANFORD, KENTUCKY 4-- tf 1 .1-- 1 IpFNT ADS REME0YFGRM Middle WANTED. aged white Rooms formerly ocFOR RENT. cupied by Dr. Price, on Main street. woman to do cooking and assist with house work. Good wages. Addresa Apply to J. W. Rochester. "Situation," Stanford, Ky. f. 1 two-year-o- ld :- .f 4-- NEWLAND AFTER Mrs. Findley Made Strong By Vinol left nw Kiiiih. "Tim rimilitiim. ill n weak, nenoiiH, k and" I wan too weak to do jay could not Bleep. After trying dillere.. '! nu'difiiH'b without lHintlt iaol rt'Htniid, iuy health, btrenjrtli mid uppetlte. Mno A Aberdeen-AngU- S j,,' u j,ruml 1PtHciim ami ewry weak, woman should tako Southdown Sheep, Duroc Jersey Hog$ nertoiiH, (Jho. Timilkv. The best bloo.llines of each of these it." Mrs. ulmrix'iM the appetite, uiiU indiid- - dl Vinol famous bieeds. Uii-clas- s Uo( ,.nritiu.rt (, 'Uwd, and ,ujija up natural btreiijth and enerjjy. for sale at all times R. F. D. No. 5 it on our guarantee. E. V. Canon, Prop. JTho Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. .Stanford, Kentucky run-dow- n Crescent Heights Stock Ori' liom-euor- ( .j,'r Farm J cattle run-dow- ! 'j-r- VIinNITITRR. Mnttlnirs. , Drnirfnts. w....- - w...., .n.....a ' ji ol ."ry ' mi K"BS. Wall Paper, Lace "Curtains, Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of on ring ..h Window Shndes, Trunks. Suit Cases, the Stomach and Intestines, Auto. Chas. Pendleton on it. Finder please W. A. Tribble Intoxication, Yellow Jaundice, Ap- leturn to owner and receive reward. Pictures and Stoves. Stanford. f pendicitis and other fatal ailments Thouresult from Stomach Trouble. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN EXAMINATIONS for common sands of Stomach Sufferers owe school diplomas will be held in my I positively will not be responsible their complete recovery to Mayr's nv office Jan. 20, 27 unci May 11, 12, for any bills charged to my account Unlike Wonderful Remedy. y any member of my family in the For 1917. These examination are for other for Stomach Ailments. ptls having completed the eighth city of Stanford. J, L. Totten, Stansale by The Penny Drue; Store, anon, Ky. G. Singleton, Supt. ford, Ky. A five keys areW'?JT msssKS gleton, Supt. WANTED. Tenant; mairied man FALSE TEETH Wo pay $1 preferred with small family. Geo. W. to OLD per set. Mail to Dixie Tooth $5 Logan, Stanford. R. D. 1. 32p. Co.. 232 W. Murket street. Money will be sent by return muil. Luisville, FOR SALE. Two Iron clad, 140 Ky. egg incubators and brooders, in first class condition. Cheap if take at once. FOR RENT. Two or throe rooms T. M. Samlidire, Moreland, R. D. No. on first floor of my cottage for 1917. M. S. Logan, Hustonville. 5. 4 -P. p. 3-n-' , ..-- . , "un ,t pu-(b- FOR RENT 40 acres hemp land. For sale timothy ancT clover hay. A. W. Carpenter, Moreland, p. 4-- 1. 07-t- JOHN WHITE LOUMVILLK i KV. Mil fuH vain Car 4 CO. ..SXlaaLaaW W Literal MMrtmMt Mi- -) - raw FURS nsraaH Leb-grade- s. MMmm 4-- 2 4-- 2. actfUM