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The Interior Established 1860 REDUCTION OF LIVING COST Domestic Science Expert Tell Worn- an's Club Of Cheaper Substi- tutct For Dinner Table Miss Mary E. Sweeney, Dcnn of tlii' College of Home Economies, at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, gave a most interesting talk on "Reduction of the Cost of Living," before the Woman's Club of Stanford nt the court house Wednesday A lnrge audience was afternoon. present and all appreciated Dean Sweeney's splendid suggestions to the fullest. She said in part: "There is no subject so compelling to public attention as the increased cost of living which I shall discuss from the three standpoints of factors which have entered into the high cost of living; what substitutes could be made and some foods for which we pay dearly. It is startling to be told that probably choice cuts of beef will never be cheaper than at the present because of the increased cost of production which is caused by the increased valuation of lands, the rise in the cost of farm labor and the fact that because of the existence no longer of free and extensive lands for grazing, grazing, hay, corn and silage must be raised, grazing area provided, tilled and sown, and shelter provided. You will, no doubt, ask 'Why not import beef from Argentina?' The answer is that even then wc would have to pay for raising, profit for raiser, cost of transportation to American agents who handle it; his profit and retailer's profit. Housewives need to remember also that out of a side of beef approxi mately only is tender cuts such as tenderloin, porterhouse and ribs of beef. The supply and demand determine that these cuts shall remain high. Marketing System "Although the U. S. government has given us the parcel post to help, solve the marketing question, 'few country people are taking advantage of it, and the system of marketing we have adds through jobber and wholesaler 20 per cent to the cost of food. We are not surprised at the retail prices when we stop to consider that potatoes, for instance, are loaded anil unloaded 11 times from the time they leave the farmer's hands until they are placed in our kitchen. Our markets, command the best of the world. We must have or- jiiv'- frrm California and olive oil i i. This means cost added :sportation and perishibility. f' enr load of peaches shipped, a h T wi'l be spoiled but the consum-- e tv.y as if each peach had been Cold storage reduces porishi-bilsold. 'tut cold storage costs and food after being taken from cold storage deteriorates mindly, and more is raid in proportion for lettuce, strawberries and raspberries than for cabbage, apricots and figs. Packed goods assure cleanliness and better conditions than goods bought in bulk. However, in package ggods, remember that you pay for all wrappings, gold seals and elaborate containers. Great judgment should be used in buying canned g goods. For instance, there is a of 20 per cent in the selection of jar of peanut butter over a a one-thir- Cs. JOURNAL 1917 58th Year. No. 8. Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, New Rural Route When Friday, January 26, Tuesdays and Fridays been shown in n recent survey to bo used by only one child in five. Onu quart of milk costs 9 or 10 cents, To Be Run Out Of Crab Orchard and is equal in nutrition to ono Exatninantion Saturday pound of lean meat at 20 cents, or nine eggs, or one eiunrt of oysters The U. S. Civil service Commis nt HO cents. sion hns been announced that nn ex"We find the same nutrition in a amination will be held to supply pound of bread at 0 cents, graham for a new rural route carrier crackers at 10 cents and saltines nt out of Crab Orchard on Saturday, 10 lAmts. Jnn. 27th as well as here in Stanford Protein In Meats. where the vacancy on Route No. 5 "In meats we find that porter- enused by the resignation of Frank house, tenderloin nnd sirloin steaks Wcnthcrford is to be filled. It is unwhich cost 25 cents per pound fur- derstood that the new rural route and 2.0 out of Crab Orchard to be known as nish three, two and one-haounces of protein per pound respec- No. 3 will go up the Mt. Vernon road back in lot of. tively. Round steak at 25 cents and take in nwhich territoryhas been Hint section, hitherto gives three protein ounces per pound; served by country postoffices and star prime ribs at 20 cents gives 2.2; routes. Quite a number nre preparchuck steak at 18 cents give 2.(5 pro- ing themselves to take this exnmj-nntioposiis understood, as tein; brisket nt 15 cents per pound tion of itroute carrier pays the $100 a gives G.fi protein ounces, and neck month where the routes are as much nt 15 cents a pound gives 2.3 pro- as twenty four miles in length nnd tein ounces. Why not learn to eook most of them arc. cli-gibllf All Records Broken Lloyd Bourne Gets Average Of $42 For His Tobacco To Organize For Fair MASONRY'S 200 ANNIVERSARY Meeting Of Stockholders Will B Held Hera Saturday As Organized Body To Be Celebrated fair At Crab Orchard June 23 which will he held at Stnnford this 5,000 Expected To Be There year will meet at the K. P. hall here Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, for the purpose of perfecting a formal June 24, 1717, the Mnsonic lodges organizntion and setting on foot plans were federated under one governing for pushing things from now on till body, known us the Grand Lodge of the greatest country fair of them all England. From this Grand Lodge is held tills fall. were derived the charters of the first Requests for reservations of stock Masonic lodges in America, which, are coming in from all over this ami prior to the Revolution, were in turn surrounding counties. Quite n number federated into the Grand Lodges of of prominent Madison county far- Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Virmers have asked for stock already, ginia, from which latter the Grand nnd a number in Garrard, Boyle and Lodge of Kentucky derived authorCnscy say that they went represen- ity, Sept. 8. tation in the "best country fair in The Grand Lodge of Kentucky, of Kentucky." The bunch behind this which Stanford's distinguished citi " affair, zen. J. N. Saunders, is the present fair is a strictly and nothing is to be left undone to Grnnd Master, at its last October make this year's exhibition eclipse meeting, directed the proper celeall that have been held so far. day on bration of this Dr. T. W. Pennington has been June 23, 1917 (the 24th coming on designated as committee to receive Sunday.) The Grand Master apthe stock subscriptions. Those who pointed a committee with full power have already hnd their names put to act, composed of Henry Pirtle, of down nre its follows: Louisville, Judge Laban T. Everett, R. B. Woods, J. D. Wearen, G. H. of Catlettsburg, Dr. Alvin A. Masters, J. F. Engleman, Pence & of Covington, Guy T. Johnson, Hill, J. C. Bailey, W. S. Burch, J. F. of Lexington, and Dr. H. E. McKay, Dudderar, .1. C. Eubanks, II. R. of Bardstown. This committee met Saufley, T. W. Pennington, J. II. at Louisville Wednesday and agreed Woods, R. L. Hubble, S. M. Saufley, upon Crab Orchard Springs as the John Rankin, R. C. Hocker, Beazley place and an Ken& Givens, Hugh Noe, II. C. Wray, tucky barbecue and burgoo dinner, Harvey Helm, J. F. Smith, B. D. Car- with music and speeches, as the charter, T. K. Tudor, S. J. "Embry, W. M. acter of entertainment. Bright, J. B. Perkins, J. W. Williams, It is estimated that 5,000 people E. T. Pence, W. G. Gooch, E. H. Bal- will be in attendance. The Covinglard, Logan Hubble, R. T. Bruce, P. ton Shrincrs, of 40 men, will furnish L. Beck.J. Nevin Carter, G. C. Giv- the music. The children from the ens, R. Cobb, Jr., J. H. Wright, Ed Masonic Home will be in attendance Davis, W. B. Turley.of Richmond, headed by their own band. A speS. M. Owens, W. O. Walker, Woods cial train from Louisville will be arWalker, of Paint Lick, Elmer Death-erag- ranged for. At least two speakers of Richmond, J. M. Gover, E. of national reputation will be on v C. Walton, B. W. Givens, John O. hand. Reid, Geo. F. Crawford, W. B. McA musical concert will be given in Kinney, A. K. Matheny, W. B. Hill, the afternoon, and at night a full of dress ball. O. P. HufTman, T. J. Moberlcy, Richmond, Herbert Huffman, Albert Col. J. B. Willis, Dr. M. M. PhilVon Gruenigan, T. W. Jones. Phil- lips, M. F. Lawrence, Will Matheny lips & Phillips, T. A Rice, C. L. Car- and J. G. Wcatherford have been ter, Jesse W. Ovcrstrcet, of Pcrry-vill- designated as the local committee to Chas. Beck. make preparation for the big event, largest atVuich will"Lc one LINCOLN MAN ON BOARD tended and most pretentious affairs great order has ever held in At the meeting of the stockholders this Kentucky. of the Blue Grass Fair Association Col. and Mrs. J. B. Willis, of Crab at Lexington Wednesday, Denny B. Orchard Springs, were present at Goode was formally elected secre tary. The board of directors was re- Louisville, and .gave assurance that possible in the way of duced from 20 to 15. James II. everything Kenof Baughman, south of Danville, a forto on the tucky hospitality, will be done Lincolnite, was mer make the gathering at Crab Orchard board, the others of whom are J. L. delightful one and one to be long Gay, of Pisgah; W. F. Lillard, of Ty- a and pleasantly remembered. rone; C. E. Marvin, of Payne's De; pot; J. J. Rcdnion, of North Col. E. II. Taylor, Jr., of CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS Hogs Receipts ?,o(); strong; Frankfort; Mayor D. T. Matlack, of Winchester; S. S. Combs, L. L. Hag-gi- packers and butchers $ll.(5(o 11.90; J. J. Hooper, John Skain and common to choice $8.0011.15; pigs 11.40; stags, $7.00 S. Darnaby, of Lexington. and lights $8.00 Charles 1,200 Cattle Receipts At a directors' meeting the following $7)9.75. oflicers were elected: President, Louis steady; calves steady. Sheep ReLee Haggin; vice president, S. S. ceipts 100, strong; lambs strong. Combs; secretary, Denny B. Goode; treasurer, John G. Cramer. (Friday's Danville Advocate) All previous records were over thrown at the People's Tobacco wareLloyd house this morning when Bourne, of Garrard county, sold pounds of his tobacco at 42 cents per pound. Sales generally struck n very high average during the morning sales. James Sutton, of Garrard, received $20.70 per hundred on 2,210 pounds. Case & Cook, also of Garrard, averaged $22.03 on 3,150 pounds; J. F. Iloltzclaw, of Lincoln, $20.92 on 1,550 pounds. Tuggle & McCain, $21.47 on 1,770 pounds; Walker Bradshaw, $22.50 on 1,070 pounds, and Dunn & Bell on 2,(530 pounds. The floor average for the 180,000 pounds was $19.25. Stockholders of the great n, "live-wire- d - if . it the cheaper and more nutritious cuts of meat?" "Cheese, cod fish, peas, peanuts, walnuts and beans can be substituted for meats. For the same amount of money invested, cheese will give twice as much protein and 70 per cent more calories; peanuts which 10 per cent more give protein, twice as many calories, will save 150 per cent in money. A pound of rolled oats, and macaroni with cheese will give the same amount of protein as a pound of- - meat with sixty per cent fuel added. "As equivalent of one pound of porterhouse steak, use brains, one pound at 15 cents or six 'and egg" which are from 28 to 32 cents, one pound of cottage cheese at 15 cents, one pound of salmon at 15 cents, one pound of macaroni and cheese at 12 cents, one pound dried beans at 1G cents or one pound dried peas at 10 cents. "In substituting vegetables it is interesting and valuable to know that potatoes at four cents a pound are s water and food, and rice at ten cents is less s water and than food, therefore one peck of potatoes at 00 cents will buy six pounds of rice and give 2.3 more food. Similarly hominy will give six times as much food; sweet potatoes four times as much: lima beans ten times as much, and onions twice as much. "How many women here know what you have spent for groceries or clothes in the past year? How much does your cook cost you? Are you able to afford a cook on your hus- hand's present salarv? Can you af- ford to eat what you are eating? "Some foods we pay very dearly for arc asparagus, tomatoes, string beans canned peas, dried pears, celery, cucumbers, lettuce and canned peaches. It will take courage, knowledge and moral stamina to change the lifelong food habits, but it must be done, not in a day or week, but gradually and a blessing of the high cost of living is that it makes us look at homes critically and judge efficiency, waste and cost." one-half Wealthiest Man Near Bradfordsville. 111 Uncle of Col. John Robinson, Dying Col. John S. Robinson, of Crab Orchard Springs, was called to the bedside of his uncle, Mr. John Taylor, near Bradfordsville in Marion county, early this week. Mr. Taylor is said to be fatally ill of pneumonia. The Lebanon Enterprise in commenting upon the illness of Mr. Taylor, who is said to be the wealthiest man in this section of Kentucky, said: "John Taylor, the wealthiest citizen of the county, and reputed to be one of the wealthiest men in 'Central Kentucky, is seriously ill at his home section, and in the Bradfordsville much apprehension is felt for his recovery. Relatives have been summoned by telegraph to his bedside. Yesterday his condition was said to be unimproved. Mr. Taylor on the 10th of this month celebrated his 00th birthday. He has until recenthealth, ly been enjoying splendid notwithstanding his advanced years. Something like ten days or two weeks ago he was taken ill, and due to in firmities has gradually declined. Al though Mr. Taylor has lived quietly and unpretentiously at his home above Bradfordsville! and his'mannor was such that one would never sup pose he was the possessor of wealth, his fortune is estimated at not less than u half million dollars. It has been said that Ins wealth is nearer a The million than a half million. greater part of his property consists of real estate in Texas, where, it is said, he owns 32,000 acres of land. It is also said that Mr. Taylor's fortune came largely through fortunate investments in Texas lands. A few years ago Mr. Taylor gave to his nephews and nieces, 14 in number, He uid nothing to $10,000 each. any of them about the gift, but writing the checks mailed them along with letters containing his good wishes. The first intimation they had of their good fortune came when they opened the letters and found that each contained a $10,000 check. Mr. Taylor's wife died many years ago and his nearest relatives are his nieces and nephews. COL. HARDIN'S CLOSE CALL Colonel Ben Lee Hardin, of well known here had a marvelous escape from death Sunday while returning home after church. He had reached the town creek which he attempted to cross. It was pitch dark and Colonel Hardin could not see six inches. He thought he was on the bridge, but was too far to one side on the stone supports. As he stumbled along in the dark one of the rocks turned and he was pitched headlong into the roaring waters. He was carrying an umbrella and a sack of bananas. Before he could steady himself Mr. Hardin was washed down tho creek at a dizzy pace and swept up-dthe big bridge. He fought madly in the dark waters and finally scrambled to the bunk. He found that ho was uninjured and had saved his hat in his struggle for safety, but hud lost his other packages. g, er Thursday's Advocate said: Prices continue to rise on the locnl tobacco brenks. Over 1(55,000 pounds sold today nt an average approximately 20 cents a pound. Numerous big averages were made. Mr. W. T. Robinson, of Faulconer Station, sold 4,000 pounds at the high average of 25 cents a pound. Quite a number of other growers got almost as big an average. Danville still maintains the lead tnken at the beginning of the season as being the best tobacco market in the State. The exact average today was $19.(50 per hundred, a record breaker. Today are n few of many high averages recorded this morning: Perkins & Middleton, Garrard county; 1,545 pounds, average $21; W. O. Williams, Casey county, 2,010 pounds, average $22; Kee & Elliott, Boyle county, 1490 pounds, average $20.25; Dr. J. P. Lapsley, Mercer county, 2,100 pounds, average $21.05; Robinson & Leathers, Mercer county, 4,355 pounds, average $25.15; W. E. Simpson, Garrard county, 1,805 pounds, average $23.-50. Rcn-sha- w e, three-fourth- one-fourt- h one-fift- h four-fifth- Rev. Bruce Presides At Stewardship Conference Of Presbytery Tran-ivsylvani- a e. w - - , --.- - Rev. P. L. Bruce, pastor of the pre- - .VHfrflf. of-th- e Stanford Presbyterian church, SNOW CAVES ROOF IN One tangible and perhaps beneficial result of the late big snow will be to force "Walk" McK'tnney to rase the old Daugherty blacksmith shop building just east of the "college" on West Main street, a trifle sooner than he had intended to this spring. The weight of the snow on the earft side of the roof, caused the covering of this ancient structure to cave in and all of the contents on that side will be exposed to the elements whenever a downpour comes along. The for old building has been an eye-sor- e a number of yours, and it is understood that Mr. McKinney purchased it last year for the purpose of tearing it down and erecting a bungalow in its place. sav-in- 25-cc- 15-ce- nt jar. "In regard to buying goods in quantity, each housekeeper should determine how much can be used before spoiling. The aesthetics of the individual is too costly; for instance, whoiy she selects a large red apple instead of a small green one and olive oil instead of Wesson oil. She considers appearance and flavor and pays more for what will not exceed the cheaper article in nutrition. Appearance, flavor and cost do not determine nutrition. Nutritive Value Of Foods "In the olden times we measured goods by the linger length or from the nose to the finger tip now we have the standard inch, but foot and yard nnd for liquids wo measure by the pint, quart, etc. Likewise, we have begun to value food by the nutrition it furnishes and this we measure by calories, each of which is tin amount of heat. necessary to raise one pound of water one degree Fahrenheit and 100 calories is known as the standard portion. We can profit by a contrast of one pound of sugar and one pound of oat menl. They give the same amount of fuel but in addition the oat meal gives 300 calories protein and tho day's requirements of lime, iron and phosphorus. To supply this to the sugnr cents we would have to add 23 worth" of round steak, then add string beans and milk to give sufilcient lime, iron and phosphorus." "Milk which is too little used; has dis-tnn1- -2 RIFFE PAGE William T. Page, of Chattanooga, Tenn., and Miss Leonora Ritfe, of Junction City were married at itho home of the bride Wednesday night by Rev. Horace Kingsbury, of Danville. Miss Riflfe is the attractive daughter of D. S. Riffe, formerly of McKinney, and is a very charming young lady. Mr. Page is a prominent business man of Chattanooga. They will make their home at Chattanooga. PAINFUL COUGHS RELIEVED is a Dr. King's New Discovery soothing.healing remedy for coughs nnd colds that has stood the test of nearly fifty years. For that cough that strains tho throat and saps tho vitality try Dr. King's New Discovery. The soothing pino balsams nnd mild laxative ingredients soon drive the cold from tho system. Have a bottlo on hand for winter colds, croup, grip and bronchial affections. At your Druggist.COc. RED BERKSHIRE MEN MEET. The directors of the Kentucky Red Berkshire Association held a meeting at Lancaster Monday. Among those present were, Woods Walker, President; W. O. Walker, Secretary; R. E. Turley, Robert Bruce, S. L. Gibbs, J. G. Burnside, and W. H. Denny. It was unanimously ugreed that the futurity for pigs farrowed before February 1910, should be continued through this year, the same pigs coming under the class of Junior Yearlings, to be shown at the various fairs throughout tho state. An important meeting is also culled for the lust Wednesday in Junuary ut the court house in Lancaster when business of great importance will be brought uj,. sided over the Stewardship ConferPresbytery ence of Transylvania which was in session Tuesday and Wednesday at Danville. Dr. Egbert W. Smith, of Nashville, the Secretary of the Board of Foreign Missions, opened the conference with his sermon on the Penny. Dr. W. W. Logan of Louisville, made the chief address Wednesday on the "Meaning and Du ties of Christian Stewardship," which Middle-townby an urgent appeal was followed from T. B. Talbot for a largo attendance at the coming Laymen's Convention in Lexington, Feb. 20-2Present were Rev. Egbert W. Smith, of Nashville, Dr. W. W. Logan, of Louisville; Rev. C. G. Gunn, of Jack I son. Rev. J. A. Trestle and Elders' Edward McAfee and Cunningham, of Providence church, Rev. J. Bunyan McLood, and Mr. Howard Davis, of Harrodsburg, Rev. J. E. Parks, of BRODHEAD Lawrenceburg, Rev. E. L. Wilson, of Lexington, Rev. C. H. Talbot, of At an early hour last Sunday Somerset and Rev. Bruce of Stanford. morning death came and brought to an end a few days intense suffering n News of the Churches of our friend and Dave Hurt, familiarly known as "UnServices at the Christian church cle Dave." He was about (55 years Sunday, Jan. 28th. All come. of age; was reared in the Paint Lick At the Baptist church: Sunday section of Garrard county. About school at 9:30 a. m.; preaching at 11 the year 1875 he came to this place a. m subject, "Doctrine nnd Prac and was made section foreman on tice." 7:00 p. m., Evnngelistic Ser- the railroad which position he held Every member urged to be with much success until about a year vice. present at the morning service. ago he was pensioned and retired Presbyterian church: Sunday, Jan. from his duties by the railroad peoschool, 9:55; morning ple. He was a man well liked by cv- 28 service, 11 o'clock "When Is Prayer ory one. His remains were laid Genuine?" C. E. Topic "Fruits of away Monday evening in the Baptist Eve-nin- g church burying ground, beside those ihe C. E. Tree," Rev. 22:1-5- ; service, 7 o'elock "The Things of his wife, who died about 15 years ago, since which time he nnd his that Made Jesus Angry." youngest son had made their home The Presbytery of Transylvania with Dr. J. M. Clark. (South. Presbyterian 'Church) held a He leaves two sons to mourn for conference on Christian Stewardship him Ed, who is an extra conductor in the First Church at Danville on nnd brakeman, running between Tuesday and Wednesday of this Lebnnra Junction and Corbin, and week. Strong addresses were deliv- Charlie, who is second trick operator ered by Rev. E. W. Smith, D. D., of in the telegraph oflice at this place. Nashville, tho Rev. W. W. Logan, Both these young men are worthy D. I)., of Louisville, and Prof. C. G. and almost worshipped their father of Centre College. The and were both present to make his Crooks, churches of tho Presbytery have dying moments as peaceful as possibeen divided into groups nnd it is ex- ble. They have the deepest sympapected that n conference' on this vi- thy of tho writer. Mr. J. C. McClnry tal subject will be held in every of Stanford, hud ehnrge of the fun church. eral services. Quite a number of railroad men of the track department IN EAST END DEATH J.J.P, were present at his funeral. George Grunt, uged 00, died suddenly nt his home in tho East End Hogun Ballnrd, a splendid young lust week. Cornor W. J. Edmiston the Uryuntsville section was summoned und the jury return- democrat of of Garrard, has unnounced us a can ed a verdict of "death due to heurt nomination disease." He was buried in the fumi-l- y didate for tho democratic county. for representative in that ground. 2. fellow-townsma- Waynesburg Mr. John Ronton died nt his home here Saturday morning, Jan. 20th, of tuberculosis. He was 28 years of age and unmarried. He had been employed in New Castle, Ind., for some time and was only home a short time before his denth. A few days before he died he talked to the pastor and professed his faith in God. Ho leaves besides his father and mother, three brothers and three sisters to mourn his loss. After funeral services at the home by Rev. E. W. the Conkley Sunday afternoon were laid to rest in Waynesburg cemetery. .Much sympathy is exfather, tended to the mother, sisters and brothers. The scries of meetings being conducted by Revs. Coakley and Dotson are progressing nicely. There have been three additions to tho church to date und others are manifesting an interest. Mrs. E. L. Gadberry was called to her home-i- n Ceceilia last week to bo at the bedside of her sister, Miss a Kineaid, who is very ill witli typhoid fever. Her many friends here hope for her speedy recovery. Mrs. Nelson Gooch, of Cincinnati and Mrs. Bettie Crouce of Danville attended the funeral of John Routen Sunday. lienrt-broke- n Li-d- Mrs. A. B. Morgan is some better burying at this writing. 11. II. Singleton sold his house nnd lot to J. T. Horton at a fancy price. Miss Jennie Robinson is boarding at II. 11. Singleton's. made u flying Caldwell Marion trip home from Danville Thursday. to bo out M. F. Tolliver is ublo after being hurt by falling off a wag-oloud of fodder. N if Page Two NEW STRENGTH FOR LAME HACK. cf Txmfltdtttl'for rrmrriothn. 1 miffrml four lamo bflok and a conMnnt tin d, worn-ou- t I wng freling. At time unable to Ptonu cm:t and fcnrcoly Wp to nrnmid. It would iitnnllv crow on at flrt with crick in ninfl bm-k- . I took one boN of l)i. of my JTiee,f Amiric Tablet and my back o nuneneeU to pit better soon after 1 rtnrting to take them. did not linro to walk doubled owr as I did Iwfore ttfitig the "A auric." It ia tlm lwt mwtrv I lme ever taken for ihnt it if intended to relieve. hop tlop wlio flic in need of Wieh a will give the "Amine Tauten" a trin'l. (Signed) A. (. Diukk. TtU The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Rural Credits People Affected By lUilinij Of Referee At Lexington Worth-ington Friday, January 26, 1917 iMkr Use "Cascarets" For Liver And Bowels When Constipated When Rilioui, l)mr Mr. httttor jt oijrht thousand Approximately stockholders of the Kentucky Iturnl Credit Association scnttotod all over Kentucky including several bundled right here in Lincoln are affected by In i tiling made late Saturday in I.ex- ortluni;ton, install by William United Stntei leferee in bankruptcy for this district, in this suit of John 'Motti Hotline, of Owonton, and nine other plnintitls lurninst tile associa l Sour Stomach, Headachy, Sick, For Bnd . Drenth, Bad Cold. il - A ji Hii Wim h i 1 rml Notk: Vyi to liic time, "Anurlc" dred of typewritten pages of deposi1ms not bran on sole to the public, but MkflLfi !1tlll ...... tions and briefs constitute the lecord iJj 4li tiAMitiiai.in r( nitltlV Wtli "j lilt' FViBltiirM'ii " the liirieaeed demand foi thte wonder- - in this impoitunt action. Ueforec Woithington's ruling which fill healing tnbut, Doctor Pierce na flrmllv rircirlcd to nut it into the drug wni tlint the claims of the plnintitls ttoree of this com try within innnedi-t- o are pi o able, is sustained by Policial Judge Coehian, means that the affairs reach of nil ou'ferpni Pimply ask for J ctor l'ietce 'a Amiric of the defunct association will be Tbete enn be no mutation. ,tln own into nankiuptcy in the FederTablets. Every package ot "Amine'' is auie to al Couit. and that the stockholders, lie Doctor Pierce's. You will (lad the instead of being compelled to nay up eignnttirr on the package jurt no ou the lemainipg stock for which they d, do on Dr. Pinice's rauintv I'refcrip- and which was unpaid at friend to ailniR the time the nountion went into tion, the Ix.m.Ij ,.f l!iirnll . ... .1. women, and Dr. I'icrcc't. Golden Med- - 'ill,. 111, (111- - ... ..... I . ill' If .1 C.llw.l t .11 eara to he (the amount being estimated at about icnl Discovery, proven b Ih. cientot ci neral tonic, fcend 10 'S'JOO.OOU, will be deil.ued ci editors, cento to Dr. V i 1'icrre, Buffalo, X. Y., and sliaie m the pio rata distribution ior Inrsje trial package. ot the funds now in the ieceier's At anv rate don't gie up hope of hands, amounting to .something like being cured of otir maladj until pit .si 00.(100 it is estimated. a few doses of " Amiric" hive orou'ii The decision of Refeiee Woi tiling-to- n that it will make you feel liku a was piepired Satuiday and was different person. in the hands of Federal Judge CoehKtnrott l'le.ie iii'dt this letter in ian Monday 11' liTJlt I tHJIIie C The history of the Kentucky Rural 'I 'UK "" pi He IT' (.'i edit Association which was launched about two years ago with Goor- - tion The etwe was scver.il month no ru foiled by Federal Judge Coehian to Kofcreo Woi thinuton for an inves-tixatimid opinion, and many hun- lt ,,... box. Get a Take a Cn?cnrot tonight to cleanse your Liver, Stamch and Bowch, and vou will smely feel great by morning. You men and women who have headache, coated tongue, a Ind cold, are bilious, neivous, upset, bothered with a sick, gassy, disordered atom-ncor have backache and feel nil worn out. Are you keeping your bow els clean with Cascaicts or mcrolj foicing a passageway every few days with salts, cathaitic pills or castor oil. Cascarels immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove tin 10-ce- nt h, fmwWtWm II Iff rT''i A U23K- VSSnGk hWm m rm $' '"l tT sour, undigested and fermenting I I ever-fnmot- ia i . ..'.'..., food and foul gnscs; take the excess bile from the liver and cany off the constipated waste matter and poison from the bowels. Remember, a Cascaret tonight will straighten you out by morning. A box fiom your druggist means healthy bowel action; a clear head and cheei fulness foi month' Don't foi get the childien 10-ce8-- 1 (l8MonthsontheWay) The Beautiful Collection of KENTUCKY WHERE SHE STANDS PROFESSIONAL AND mifiTllinnn DUOIlNJUii) L.AKJJ.S r t-- v ' i !,'"!( aTurdVf . -- i J. 8. PERKINS Rooms DENTIST 28-2- Phone 214 Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. KY. J. M. REYNOLDS UNDERTAKER, WAYNESBURG. We carry a laige and complete stock of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. Phone: Fanners.' line No. - ; -- Woodstock line No - - CAPT. AM BOURNE AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. The high dollar at oui sale all the time and at lowest price; sales cried anywhoie. Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense some of the best known men in Ken- tuckv, foi the ostensible puipose of supplying the faimeis of the .state with financial backing m the shape of loans, is interesting. O L. Van I.nninghani, of Kansas City, was the piomoter of the plan, anil tin ugh his field agents he sfcun-e- il siibsc upturns to the stock from I'aimcis all over Kentuckv It is said that he collected about $17."i,00() in (ommis-iion- s on the piomise that sub. limbic-- , who paid up then stock would be entitled to a loan of 'sl.OOO foi each S50 p.ud in, at plications for loans being honoied in the older thc weie r led Altei the piomotui 'and his agents weie paid then com missions, howevei, veiv little, as the sequel shows, was left in the wa of funds to pa.v the tunning epeiise of the assoi lation and meet its obligations to the stockholder. Kleg.iiit oihtes weie iitted up in the Fayette National Bank building in Lexington, and things went meiri-l- . until the stockholders began to clamor fof theii loans, and when they diiocto s' uimmishiK (Eliyabethtown News.) Let's put Kentucky where she There has been too much of this "fine horses, pietty women, good whisky" talk for the good of the state. Even a gieat majority of we Kentuckians don't know how high our Commonwealth ranks with other states. Here aie a few facts that possible vou don't know: Kentucky has the laigest white population of any state south of the Ohoi river. Seventy-fiv- e per cent of its population is ruial. Kentuckv leads all states in the Union in thoioughbicd hoises, in tobacco, hemp and soighum cane. Our tobacco ciop in 1915 was 3(50, 0 pounds, moie than of the total ciop of America. Kentuckv lanks fifth in the jnodiu-tioof coal Kentucky is the tenth state in the pioduction of coin, showing last vein a yield of over 115,000,000 s. George Haddad's Persian Rugs which is on display with Coomer & Nave. Some of it came by caravan from Hamadan, Persia to Enylei, a port on the Caspian Sea, thence by boat to Baku, thence by train to Archangel, Russia, and from there to New York; and part by boat and rail from Thrau, Persia, to Batonne, thence by rail to Karlow, and from there over the Siberian Railway to Vladivostock, Russia, and across the Pacific Ocean to San Francisco. : : : : You are cordially invited to call and see them ; also line of Wall Papers, our beautiful and Paints, Oils, Floor Varnishes, Etc. up-to-da- te 000.-00- one-thir- d n ::::::: KENTUCKY wete ciash came. Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and , he upshot of the business was that miggics; Open Day and Night. uemui .wcv rearv, wnen ne icaiiy-Autby trip or the mile. Give us a ' c'(1 t,K' impiacticahility of the plan of ciedit and the demands of the stock- Trial, We Will Please You. lesignod as did some of the Phone 5. H. II. Carter. Manscer .' n"1,lulanginal board oT duectois, and af- Calls answered day or night. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford. Ky. j1'1 fut,k' uttempts at leadjustment by a new dnec toiate, the ad.urs oi the association weie placed in the ha,1,,s of " ,en'nvl to l"' WOU1"1 vp 'When In Doubt i Livery and Auto Service noJJiOitbcomiiig menti w("c' fuithei demanded, the assess-, os and Sanitarv Plumbing, Heating, Tinning and Guttenng Gura itcud. My els' Pumps and Gray Engines Phone 188 a Bath." Take The Only Keeley Institute in Kentucky Foi an.v W. K. WARNER Stanfoid, Ky. m foi inatioii J. 15. apply to WILLIS John M. Casey, D. V. M. Crab Orchard, Kentucky (Rec. by U. S. Gov.') Office. Fniris' Stable . Danville, Kentucky There aie more icgistercd Jeisey cattle in Shelby county, Ky., than in any county in any state in America. The value of faim propeitv in Kentucky is over S800,000,0()0, being larger than that of any other state in the South. , Among the states south of th Ohio river Kentucky leads in the pioduction of daily and beef cattle, horses, poultiy, sheep and wool. It leids also in coin, wheat and tobacco, and comes second in hay and potatpes. Theie are moie silos in Kentucky than in all the other states of the Cential South put togethei. In 1911 there wete ngisteied in Kentucky only 8,750 automobiles. v the legistration is over lb), 000. Theie weie tw cut si ttes in the Union last veai that pioduced farm pioducts valued at ovei Kentucky was one of these. Kentucky leads all states of the South m its total poultry pioducts, that is eggs and fowls. Kentucky also leads the South in the puichae and use of faim implements and machinery. To-daS100,-000,000, bushels. COOMER &NAVE THIRD STREET DANVILLE, TWO NEW TRIALS ORDERED Veterinary Surgeon Grad. Cincinnati Wetinarv College Sheriff's Sale Bv vutue of K.secution No. in It.'il FAMILY AVOIDS ' SERIOUS SICKNESS al fiom eiicuit eouits All the people of this section are the state and which aie of moie 01 less local inteiest. A counting on ft fine wheat el op be new trial was 01 del ed in the case of C!1US(. of sui,h a bi snow the New HukIics Jellico Coal Corn- Ir. John Chappell is at home now p.iny against .lat dray on appeal fiom the Kno- Cueuit Couit. Gr.iy with homefoll.s. IIu has been workine; was injmed by a falling stone anil in Cincinnati for some time. .ec mod a judgement of sl.OOO dama-rreMis. Clay Chappell is ill at this The .Manon Cueuit Couit was w ritinir. in the case of the Louisville Theie was a call meetine; at the and Nashville Railioad Company ae;.iinst Uovd ,i. Minui s nuiniiu- - n.iptist chinch last Saturday and tiatois and. a new trial ordeicd. Rev. Peace was chosen pastor for the lllllllll, il II1SL'IIVVI "Il II1U IjOUISVlllU 1011 mill Vimtivilli. tp.iin ll Lilliil ntivii L'11 l J ' .... v, ,,, .. , ... uiiivm he either fell or stenned from the Theie will be ineachine; at the Bap nicely. ttain at I.oietto. when it was nine; at a into of thiity-fiv- e miles an hour. Admission of incompetent evidence and ciioncous insti actions caused the leversal. S2r?rS&C s. le-eis- of ca.ses appealed ui) in this end of The Couit of Appeals at this week passed unon a eounle Hertel's Store ! tist church every fourth Sunday in the month. Mr. James Todd was the visitor of Mr. Ee;beit Green and family last Friduy night. Andeison School as as out Friday, Jan. 19th, with a nice entertainment. Theie was a large ciowd present and evciyone seemed to enjoyed them-sehveiy much. Mr. Ee;leit Oieen is still at his trade, swopping houes, buying cattle and hogs. Mr. Aithur Tinner was buried last Tuesday. M11. Ileiman Distilli is impioving es of American By Being Constantly Supplied With Mr. C. A. Mooio has been confined DENTIST Chemical Company against to his 100m for a week with stomach Myers House Flats Stanford, Ky. J. A. Unit, I, or one af my deputies, TLcdforti's t. tiouble. Phone: Office 240; Ret. 1G5 will on Geoige Colley and A. C. Mooie's teams hioke the pike from Bowen to MONDAY, TEBRUARY 12, 1917 Shelby City with a snow plow which between the bonis of 11 and 12 A. CONTRACTING McDulf. V'a. "I suffered for several was quite a Seo B. L. TAGALY for Contracting ' M., at the coutthouse door in Stan-uu- d years." says Airs. J. u. Whittnker, o. nan to 11. iv tieat for the people who el. Building of any sortHouses, foid, in countv of Lincoln, state of 'n- - place, "v. ilh sick headache, and Mr. and Mrs. Geoige Statom, Sr., nnins. fctc. Stanford, Kentucky. Kentucky, expose to the public silo lomacli trouble. have ictuined fiom a visit at Indianaa 'I en years to the highest biddei, the following Tiicdford's ar;o a friend told me to In polis. which dnf, Mr. C. C. White's family is down (or so much theieof as ml I toimd it to be the bwt family medipiopcity W. W. BURGIN with measles. be necessary to satisfy the cine for oun,'aiid old. ma DENTIST Aitlnu Xtutom bought of Will l:ecp on hand all the Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays amount of the Plaintiff's debt, intei-es- t, tuns now, and when my children feel p Newell one stack of hay for $25. .ind (ost), to wit: at Crab Orchard C. A. Moore has completed his new 'lie b.id, they ask me foi a dose, :md il A tiact of land in Lincoln county, Joes them more Thin bilnya, Fridays and Saturdays good than anv medicine b.u and it is one of the best in the at Stanfoid county. Kentucky, at King's Mountain, on they evct tried. Office in Lincoln Bank Jjiiidinp .Mis. Maiy Woodfoid, of Michigan the west side of C. N. O. & T. P. We never have a long spell of in our family, since we commenced is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mis. lailioud company's depot, and thus J. F. Russell. Auto Bus Between de.sciibod: Beginning at a stone in jsui? Miss Maltha Russell visited s Friday and Satuiday. laihoad line; thence with Shelton's Tliedford's has been foundis to parol) Danville cind and refuStoe Russell is sick with a cold. poles, 18 links to a stone, line S. 'J te weak sloin.ichs, aid diKCition, Daily Ecept Sunday School was closed indiyestiou, La( Stanfoid (St. Asaph Hotel) his corner, in Reynolds' line; thence i adache, sick colic, wind, nausea, week on account of at this place last the deep snow. stomach, and annular at 10:00 a. rn. and 4.00 p. in. N .ri7 W. 18 poles, 22 links to a Mr. Geoige Statom, Sr., is on the Vmptoms. Ltvoii DunvilU ( Hotel Annex) at sick list. oak, his corner, N 118 I'. 17 poles, It has been In constant use for more 9:00 n. m. and 1:20 p. m. Chester Statom is building Packages Carried at 16 links to a stone in laihoad line, Ihan 70 years, and has benefited tnor bungalow on the Danville anda new Ifundlw and with same S. II K. Hi poles, 19 links 'lian a million people. Low Chaigos .luce at this place. O. L MINKS. Pronrletor to beginning, containing llf poles of Your drupnist sells and recommends Mrs. B. D. Fox and daughter, NanPrice only 25e. Get a cy weie visiting in Danville last land, mote or less; and on which n, c. 12a week. laud a hotel foimerly stood, being a trackage 1'oiu Cainey has moed to Geoige pint of the laud put chased by said WHEN YOU COME TO DANVILLE McCow an's place and is w 01 king on I am piepared to accinate for Anthe railioad. thrax, Black Leg, and nil othv-- J. A. Hint of B. C. Pennybaker ot al, Hitch With Miss Mary Lanham of Hustonville, by deed lecoided in Lincoln County tock dUenses. was Mis. M. J. Jr. piaco visitingweeK. E. B. Jones of this JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, .'19, page Cleik's office in Deed Book last PJione 20 J. Stanford, K. !i87 and levied upon as the propel ty NEW LIVERY Careful Attention to Hitcb, Feed and of J. A. Hint, aforesaid. Agri-cultui- r. V. PENNINGTON, to me, which issued from the Cleik'.s OHice ol the Lincoln Circuit B owen Black-Draugh- JV&UM il E Couit, favor ova r j) 1 vj a i ?M .1 IDiNKNI a l RS & has sold Dr. Kines New wR. n: r 1 Your Druggist Lyiauuvciy 1 or cougns 1 colds since the day he opened his own store, and before that, when he was clerking for his "old boss" he made satisfied customers when he sold Dr.King's New Discovery. It has been the standard preparation for bronchial affections for nearly 50 yeais. longest are its best friends. It i;ive3 grateful relief in stub born coughs and colds. Try it. ana 1 . , Black-Ur.iuul- it, 1 ntlflliWllnliii I Black-Draug- ht 11 slck-ic- ss Those who have used it B'atk-Uraujjh- t." home-folk- Stanford Black-Draug- ht va. fal-Ie- n llus-tonvil- Black-Draug- ht. Make Your Crops Bigger The best way is to put on the right kind of Fertilizer. We have just received a couple s of of the car-loadwell-know- n VACCINATE y. r FARRIS, Horse. To the Public: a HP (rii DI TPI IVUrLti Cull uow kicclloo llif larjr.kt mi.i 1hi mad. i Iiuiim ill t jyi I"ri'ir clutlillif u I'ri't ami thUatu hi '"""m lil Iiirliuii in tn.'tiHirinir uml ilircclin.- - the nmL i hi; of )imr ilutlirt, mi tin- - ahniitugr it iraiiiul tailor If 011 iiitr Hue who U will irive mil nur onlir, I will iiromUe nu - ii al Vnu will L'ct tin-- worth of our ijiji(iiioih), nthrr III lliu ilnupikt (.thuS-- i or the My lilylur I'.VI.I. and WIMDIC now rrtily for your in in of t a in pli i l (IT 1 rM.ri-Mi- nt TKR.MS: Sale will be made on a ot Unco months bond with ''I'l'rov'ed security required, beating T intei est at the rate of six per eent, per annum from day of Bale, an' having the foiee and eUect of a hale hond. This 12 day of Januury 1917. Amount of debt and costs to be I'"cIIcmI C"V KTNroBl. Tailor mised $U.lf. J. G. WEATHER-FOR1 Kv. Sheriff of llncoln County, (ltd tod lft in khow )ou. Board j'TciIlt I 4th Street Phone 32 Thurmond's Old Stand DANVILLE, KENTUCKY J. L. Beazley & Co f. Swift and Armour Brands of Fertilizer And can sell it to you right. I can get you highest prices tor your Vjiiar land, stock, crops or household goods. Sales Cried Anywhe-- i JOHN B. D1NWIDDIE, Moreland. AUCTIONEERING Undertaker - E Phone 42, Stanford. : jjr MTS2STi.;, ' ihi i er - Ky- E. T. PENCE. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 26, 1917 Page Three Notwithstanding the fact that coffee has advanced two cents a pound in the last six months and paper and cotton bags have advanced from 00 to 200 per cent, we are still selling our famous 1 I Clip This And Pin The Presidential On Wife's Dresser World's Series Cincinnati Man Tells How To Shrivel Up Corns Or Calluses So They Lift Off With Fingers M....1, I H! Wilson Won, As Told By The Baseball Reporter Relieves Serious Case Of Chronic Constipation DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN CORRECTS CONDITION THAT SEEMED HOPELESS It was the ninth inning, two were out and Woodrow Wilson's team hud Golden Blend Coffee at the same old price of 25c Per Pound and delivering four pounds by parcel post for $1.00 OUR PARCEL POST SALES have doubled in the last year and we want to double that mark in 9 7. If you want the best coffee to be had just send us one dollar and you will get it. You can have it whole,' ground or pulverized and mailed to you the same day we receive your order. A valuable silverware coupon with each pound enables you to purchase Rogers high grade AA guaranteed silverware at one half what you can buy it of any dealer. Send us a trial order today and write for our special clubbing offer. It means money to you 1 1 iSmd rm Covington, 'aiufWiinifie' to " ? - tmMmmm - ' . r ry rr MBirivfrfUJ rwm t i m MVJWM&aB m ! Kentucky Programme for Commencement Bellview Graded and Public School Moreland, Ky., Thursday, February 1st, al 7:15 O'clock P. M. CHRISTIAN CHURCH March Invocation Salutatory "Success" Song "Vacation Plans" "Ideal Woman" "Noble Life" Piano "Dance on Green" "Graduation" "Education" - Edgar Taylor Intermediate Grades Lotty Merriman King Josephine Myres Grace Ellis Raymond Durham Elsie Shewmaker Thelma Owens James Lee Pipes Prof. Chas. Keith William Rev. Hockenberry Betty Nickolson "Education a Necessity for Women" Valedictory Address Presentation of Diplomas BENEDICTION "From Pumpkin Ridge 9 Lottie Merriman sister of Squire) Mies Elizabeth Brown (wealthy Bcttic Nickolson Thelma Owens Annie Brown (pretty daughter of Squire) old-mai- A Farce Comedy in Five Acts, Presented at the Hunn & Coffey Hall, at Moreland, Ky., Wednesday Evening, January 31, 1917, at 7:15 CAST OF CHARACTERS: Prof. Walter Moser Jonathan Sehruggins (from Pumpkin Ridge) Raymond Durham Squire Brown (a well to do farmer) James Lee Pipes Augustus Simroy (English Nobleman) Edgar Taylor Harry Clifton (in love with Annie) William King First Policeman Luther Nickolson Second Policeman Belinda Jane Hopkins (Jonathan's lover from Pumpkin Ridge) d ADMISSION 25 CENTS BY OUR BLOOD WE LIVE If you tire easily, are subject to cold hands or feet if you catch colds readily or have rheumatic pains your blood or circulation b probably at fault and you need 5C0nS K 1)151 OK OF NORWEGIAN COD LIVER OIL d food, to increase which is nature's your red corpuscles and charge the blood with richness. Scott a creates warmth to throw off colds and gives resistance to prevent sickness. Every Druggist has it. No Alcohol in SCOTT'S. easily-assimilatelife-sustaini- Thursday night. He took out Sl.OOO fraternal insurance. This order now has over 1,000,000 neighbors and is the surest and cheapest fraternal society in existence. Horace Allstott got a foot frost Htten while skating last week. Mrs. Mary McChord has been in Lebanon three week with her daughter, Mrs. C G. Estes, who is the mother of a lino boy baby, Edward Burneett Estes. the II., ,1 nf ..mwrll tin field. Charles Hughes' aggregation of talk.will be heard less here in town if ' fol-- I fi' 'caters were at bat. people troubled with corns will The score was 0 to 0. low the .simple advice of this Cincin-- j nati authority, who claims that n few Little Woody was pitching. drops of a drug called frcczone when Secretary Tumulty was behind the applied to a tender, aching corn or plate. stops soreness at 3 hardened callus ' Over on first William J. Bryan once and soon the corn or callus dries w. s holding down the sack. viirlil- V (T wit limit.- 11". ill. ... mi UH.I liftu ..h..- n .....- , MF nml He wanted to "pitch," but they He says frcczone dries immediately W'lildn't allow him. and never inflames or even iiritatcs Field Cnptnin Vance MeCormiek the surrounding skin. A small bottle of freezonc will cost vdry little at any p'yed between second and third, drug store, but will positively remove si'ioping up all the shortntop plays every hard or soft corn or callus ir "them part." The infield and outfield were on from one's feet. Millions of American women will welcome this an- th 'ir toes. nouncement since the inauguration With Charlie on first, running for of the high heels. If your diuggist T. ddy, and the pride of the team, Lit. doesn't have frcczone tell him to tl Boy New York, at bat, the 1 order a small bottle for you. weie expectant and the oppoCase of Chronic sition determined. Relieves Setious New York met the first ball pitch- ed with a stiff slug to the right field. City It was a pretty single, Charlie going, Miss Lillir.n Tucker, sister of Miss to second and the Republican party Gladys Tucker, a valuable member rooted hard. of the Junction City High School, New Jersey, former Wilon star, who is attending school in Owatoma, Minn., writes her sister that she has stepped to the rubber; Woody looked resumed her studies at Pillsbury, af- over with a squint in his cycter a delightful vacation spent with lic beat out in infield bunt. Woody Prof, and Mrs. Douglas.of Owatoma. She also visited her school friend, muffed the play. It was his only erMiss Bernice Sauser, of Mankato, ror in the game. Minn., a niece of Mrs. George J. Umpire Uncle Sammie took a pinch Gould, of New York. The Sauers live of snuff and looked wise. on a magnificent estate of one thousand acres. Old Man Hoosier Indiana the boy Prof. E. L. Grubbs attended the from the tallcufc hobbled to the Ernst Debate at Centre College chap plate. el Friday night and heard his old society champions win the "One ball," yelled Uncle Sammie. negative of the question. Resolved "Two balls," came the cry. "That the President of the United States should be elected for a single "Strike one," and the Wilson term of six years, and not be eligible bunch smiled. The good old time for Woody twisted his legs in a grape crowds of the eighties, when one had to go early or stand during debates vine shape and heaved to. and speakings, is a thing of the past. Smack! The sphere missed the upIt is a shame that even the alumni lifted glove of First Baseman Bryan take so little interest in the oratorical and athletic public exercises. It is by inches. It went to right field for hit. discouraging to the boys when even a three-bas- e old members of the faculty fail to Charlie, Little Boy New York and attend. Let's give the boys our en- New Jersey scored. couragement by being on hand to A moment later Hoosier was caught cheer them on the greater effort and inspire them with fresh zeal for ed- off third by Catcher Tumulty. It was ucation and uplift of mankind. a pietty throw. Messrs. Gladstone Wesley, of SomCharley's roosters reeked the air erset, the home of Mr. Chchilhis, wr.s with their yelps. The betting was 10 first, Robert Tyler, of Tennessee, to 1. and Mr. W. D. Chr.mbeilain. of Glasgow, third. These three will team. The score was 3 to 0 for meet three from Transylvania in Hughes. March in joint debate. Pitcher Hughes entered the box Miss Kate McFarland has return- with a confident air. Teddy sat on ed from a trip to Somerset. the side lines whispering sweet The Canning Clubs of Boyle can- things to him. ned 300 cans of black berries instead North Dakota took three balls and of 30 as reported in the Messenger. ' Tom Cosby is very ill of blood then. whinnrvl .. cinfrln fTn. 1'j'i.n o .... jtvi poison, caused by a sawed hand. W. New Mexico doubled to right, but the T. Kelley is at his bedside to care for ball was waiting at third for the Da him. kota kid when he arrived. Rev. Ernest Ford, of Lexington, Charlie passed Buckeye Ohio with will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning on "Lessons to be not so much as a wink of the eye. Learned from the School of Jesus," Old Buck was a dangerous man and and at night on "That which was Whiskers knew it. Lost." The parents of all the pupils Teek Texas stepped to the rubber. in the Senior class are especially reNew Mexico moved up a base on a quested to be present. Rev. Ford preached a trial sermon passed ball. Teddy tore his hair and swore. at the Pleasant Grove church in Gar- rard county on Jan. 22. Charlie adjusted his whiskers. The Baptist Sunday School was in The game proceeded. session Sunday, Jan. 14th, and had After two vain attempts to swat nine present, among whom was the veteran Sunday School worker for the spheie Teek actually fanned. Two were out and a runner on over 5!) years, Squire John C. Wil liams. third and second. Elisha Cooley of Somerset was the Utah dropped a single back on guest Sunday of Buford Burkett. second, no one scoring. Teddy threw Misses Gladys Tucker and Ger- dirt at Pennsylvania for missing the trude Richardson, two of the school play. faculty, have moved down to the The bases were full. Hotel till the bad weather is over And then Old Bill California Mrs. K. R. Kelley has been sick the past week. came to bat. Bill was another one of Gilbert Blaine is ill of pneumonia. Wilson's players whom Charlie had The children of J. W. Holtby, Wrn. tried hard to sign. He wanted him for Gibson. Jesse Rout and S. W. Burke the final game have the measles. "One strike," said Umpire Sammie. Mrs. James D. Shelby came Friday "Two strikes," cried he. and gave her music lessons. The Republicans started leaving Master Pat and Edward Tanner, of McKinney, were the guests of Mr. the stand. And they endeavored to S. W. Burke last week. collect their winnings. Grandma E. II. Burke is to go to Several ambitious reporters teleFlorida soon for the winter. phoned their respective papers, Thieves broke into the Shelby of the defeat of Wilson's team. City flour mill Friday night and haulThey meant to scoop the opposition. ed away 400 pounds of flour. Crack! And the little ball took for G. A. Dunn, who has been confined to his room the past week is uble to right field, soaring higher and higher be out. as it went. G. D. McCollum sold his sorrel Over the fence it scampered and horse to a Danville party for $300. Elijah Mooro was initiated into swatted a Bull Moose sign on the out side. 9 I f I ITl, !,. j After suffering from chronic constipation until she wan run down hc was unable to do any kind of work, MisB II. A. Fiee. 209 Adams St., Dayton, Ohio, obtained a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and uH it with such gratifying result that sh continued the tieatment and has written to Dr. Caldwell that her condition is again normal, and that slip wants to recommend Syrup Pejwin to everyone who suffers with constipa- ( r V, dm'-iiBEaj - MI!!' i I tion. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepin is a combination of simple lr.tatio he:- with pepsin, gentle in its action and free from griping or affect pain or discomfort. It contains no opiate or narcotic drug, and while ncting read-ilon the most stubborn case of inactive bowels, is absolutely safe for the tiniest babe, so that it is the ideal family laxative and should be kept on hand in eerv household for use w1mi Dr. Caldwell's nei-de- y jHissH.A.Frops uLy L Wr -- fire-oate- rs 8-- junction only fifty cents a bottle and is old in drug store everywhere. To avul imitntioni and ineffective substitute y be sure you get Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. See that a facsimile of Dr. Caldwell's signature and his portrait appear on the yellow carton in whih the bottle is packed. A trinl lntt,c. free of charge, can be obtained dv writing to D. W. B. Caldwell. '. Syrup Pepsin costs Washington St., Monticcllc, II 1 "" I I 1 ,", rm-rii- ii mi i ii i mull in in hi i in inn nun mi m i i iiim inn i . ' tfVHHaam rtWUfTlTf iiwiYTr-- i i Com-Cel-S- ar The Most Powerfully Efficacious Medicine Ever Sold in Stanford and Hustonville COM-CEL-SA- R di..l I i sumption. For eight years has been used and known with 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 ofr oc accumulated filth from the human body, and if this natural assistance is denied or not furnished, then Rheumatism, Colds, Catarrh, Malaria and Con It Is Legally Guaranteed that is. every box is packed and backed by and with legal gunrantt-th- at gets your money back if fails to do what it to. is pure, sweet, fresh Roots and Herbs, 3 boxes foi One Dollar. Each box makes a full quart of medicine, thus compounding a lasting searching tonic, body and blood builder, superior Kidney and bladder troubles, nervousness, weakness and malaria. t. anything of its kind. For indigestion, gas in the stomach and bowels, is the remedy most excellent. ,)Vhy not K to the I'im-olPharmacy "t Stanford, Ky., or Weddle s Drug Store, at Hustonville, Ky., and get a ., of for $1.00. Legally guaranteed; 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, bums, 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 COM-CEL-SA- R ect COM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- R nt COM-CEL-SA- R I al-- Ro-s- el Dakota Remedy Company Jack-White-M- oon 3729-373- 1 tell-in- g West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky BAUGHMAN'S Modern Woodman Society, New Mexico, Ohio, Utah and old Bill California scampering ncross the rubber. The game was won yra, Mo., Gazette. "HEN FEED" We are making a mixed feed for chickens from clean wholesome grain and feed, proportioned to make an ideal food for the fowls. 4 to 3. Palm- HOW TO CHECK THAT COLD When it is painful to breath and fever sends chills up and down your back, you are in for a cold. A timely dose of Dr. Bell's Pino Tar Honey will stop the sneezes and snifiles. The pine balsams loosens the phlegm and Why Suffer? Wo have discovered a wonderful cure of dyspepsia and indigestion, simple and harmless, but effective and permanent. Send $1.00 for formula. You should liavo it always ready for emergency. It may save you untold suffering. C. S. Hart, Medical Co., Oconto, Wi. 94-2- 4 Here is the Mixture: Cracked corn, wheat, buckwheat, su gar cane seed, oats and barley. Al feed no waste in it. Try some now you will like it. $2.50 per 100 lbs SCOTT & BOWNE, BloomfieW, N. J. clears the bronchial tubes, the honey soothes and relieves the sore throat. The antiseptic qunlities kill the germ and congested condition is relieved. Croup, whooping cough and chronic bronchial affections quickly relieved. At all Druggists, 25c. J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, . KEN TUCKY MOM Pa ge rour The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: The Interior Journal , Friday, January 26, 1917 ONLY 8, M. Smti.kt, EntTon am ritorRtF.TOR Enttrrd at the poitfffior at Stanford, Ky., tfrnnd rtnn mini mntttr. t Subscription Rates Overcoat Prices Reduced We have overcoats on hand now that we will sell at the following prices. $20.00 $17.50 $15.00 $12.50 $10.00 A few cheaper All All All All All Coats, now Coats, now Coats, now Coats, now Coats, now ones reduced in $ 8.50 $ 7.50 A few more DAYS to enroll in our Both Israeli n wrek, per jrcnr $1,60 Twice n week, fur 8 months 1.00 7B Twice a week, for f mnnlh 40 Twice a wik, (or 3 monlli.. Ismiv, per ypr 1,00 Once n work, mlirr to nil ; paSuWriptii 'i arc rnOi per steps when 1 m for winch It Is paid, la up Political Announcements. sulhnrlied to Tho Interior .Inurnnl for offico suli- tho followinc candidate ect Io the Democratic primary the firit Saturday In .ii(TUft, 1017. (Announcement fee for nch comity office in S10; for district office, $10; for city or magisterial office $5. No announcement will lie made until fee it paid I $14.00 $12.00 $10.50 Christmas Savings Club Don't procrastinate any longer. Don't put it off until it is too late. Take your first opportunity to make the first deposit, which, without any further expense or trouble, makes you a member. If you cannot come personally ask a friend to ii advance.) For Stnte Senator JAY W. HARLAN II. CLAY KAUFFMAN For Sheriff proportion J. II. LIVINGSTON. M. S. HAUGHMAN For County Judge M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE W. S. DRYE. These Coats are all Collegian and Art Craft brands that means quality. Due to conditions here and abroad woolen goods have advanced very much, and really we are not justified in reducing prices at all, but as it is our policy to clean up on.r Overcoats each season, we are going to let them go. We also have special prices on some of our Boys' Suits. Give us a call and we will be glad to show you what we have. For County Attorney make the deposit for you. For Representative II. G. SKILES. For Jailer J. S. OWSLEY. You will be glad next Christmas that were a member. you W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEB0RDE DINK FARMER For Assessor J. N. CASH The State Fair Secretaryship. deCol. Ike Dunn, of Danville, clined election to the position of You will not miss the small weekly deposits, and you will receive a check for all you have paid in, plus interest, just when the money will insure you A MERRY CHRISTMAS ENROLL AT ONCE Lincoln County National Bank "Corner Next to Court House" 8 STANFORD, - - - - KENTUCKY I w ft v' Sal w Of course, you'll "look pleasant" in your new Crossetts. Who would n - not with thoroughly pleased feet? Move now riulit into these snappy Fall models. Crossctt style is writ ten all over them Crossctt comfort built into ever pair Lewis A. CRosstTT, Inc. Makers North Abinglon, Mass. These rich mahogany colored model (or the man ot pride. Bench made even tho' the toe ii fairly narrow. ontlieHarvanl last. Oossett Shoe "Makes Cic's Walk Easy" Priced $6 io $10 Robinson's "Crossett,"we have a most complete line of Work Shoes, such as the Peters, Weyenburg, Red Wing and the "Shoe that Jack Built." "Goodrich" and "U. S.," which are the leading brands. Don't be fooled into an off brand RESIDES the celebrated world's renowned RUBBERS for the stormy ROBINSON'S The I. J. is only $1.50 a year twice a week; $1 for once a week. considerable victory over the Bulgarian forces on the Danube. The big battle between the Germans and Russians over the frozen Tirul marsh southwest of Riga continues unabated. Further progress for the Germans along both sides of Aa River is reported by Berlin, which claims an advance over a front of about six miles and the capture of Russian fort, positions, together with the fourteen officers and 1,714 men and thirteen machine guns, retrograde admits that southeast of the river the Russians have had to fall back a third of a mile, but says the attacks by the Germans on the Editor Richardson, of Glasgow, has marsh were repulsed. not been convinced yet but that the farmer and he is one himself -- is going to get the hot end of this new Here, There, tax law which is proposed to be passed at a special session of the legisCapt. Edward N. Woodbury, a lature. People close to Gov. Stanley boy, has been assigned as Assay he is sure to call the General sembly together in February. Dis- military aide to President Wilson. cussing the proposed bill further, EdGeorge B. Overton, better Rev. itor Richardson says: known as "Fighting Buck," chaplain The Dear Farmer Just how much the new taxing law of the "Orphan Brigade," died Wedwill do to the farmer and real estato nesday in Lubbock, Texas. owners is easily shown by what it will Kentucky will receive $194,943.82 do for them. from the Federal Government for the For the purpose of taxation, property in the State is divided, and sub- fiscal year ending June 30 1918, as divided into several classes, each class its shares of the $10,000,000 good paying a different rate of taxation. roads fund. Cash in banks pays one tenth of one per cent tax to the State and is taxed no further for any purpose Have You Bad Back? whatever. pays forty cents on Cash in hand the hundred, and is excused from all If You Have, The Statement Of This Stanford Resident Will Interest other taxation. notes machinery Stocks, bonds, You in and products of manufacturers course of manufacturing, will pay to the State forty cents on the hundred Does your back ache, nisht and and that is the end of all taxation day; in any way, shape, form or fashion Hinder work; destroy your rest? whatever to them. Does it stab you through and But farmers anil real estate owners catch it, going and coming and stand- through ing still. They pay their forty cents When you stoop or lift or bend? on the hundred dollars, and are then Then your kidneys may be weak. subject to all raises in taxation that Often backache is the clue. the Frankfort State Taxing Board chooses to subject them to. They can Just to give you further proof, be raised just as much and just as ofThe kidney action may be wrong. ten as this Board orders them to be If attention is not paid taxed and raised, and raised and taxMore distress will soon appear. ed. In addition to all this they can be taxed for all sorts and forms of counHeadaches, dizzy spells and nerves, ty municipal, school and other Uric acid and its ills in which they have n Makes the burden worse and worse taxable situs. There is no escape for Liniments and plasters can't farmers and real estate owners from any form of taxation. Reach the inward cause at all; God bless the farmer and real esHelp the kidneys use the pills tate owner! What they have cannot Stanford folks have tried and provbe hidden or sworn out of sight. Stick it to 'em. They are public meat. Let ed. everybody eat 'em and pick their What they say can believe. bones clean. Read this Stanford's mnn account. Why not avoid this rank and damSee him, ask him, if you doubt. nable injustice by amending the presSt., W. II. Mershon, Lancaster taxing law so that whisky can ent be taxed five cents on the gallon, Stanford, says: "I suffered from atcoal one cent on the bushel, abolish tacks of kidney trouble. My back was nil useless officials and let it go at soro and lame and ached dreadfully. thnt? The Times is not opposed to an ex- It was misery for me to do any tra session of the legislature, but It stooping or lifting. My sight blurred is against taxing onu class to favor I'!wk spots came before my eyes. another one, and it everlastingly de- mid spells came over me suddenly nounces any form of taxation based Dizzy on favoritism to anybody. and I htaggered like a drunken man. What do tho farmers and real es- Tho action of my kidneys was too tate men of Kentucky propose to do free most of tho time, also. Doan's about it? It is up to them good and Kidney Pills procured from Tho strong and Pharmacy went right to tho spot, Internal revenue collected by the nlicving the backache and regulating Government on whisky, beer and tho action of my kidneys." cigarettes during 19 1G was tho greatPrice 00c, at all dealers. Don't est on record. Whisky paid an in- simply ask for a kidney remedy creased tax of 21,000,000. Manu- get Doan's Kidney Pills tho samo n factured cigarettes showed a gain of that Mr. Mershon had, 7,500,000,000. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ten-strik- State Fair Secretary at the meeting of the State Agricultural Hoard at Frankfort this week, and Fount Krc-mwas elected Secretary. Col. Dunn was out of the race when he found that the secretary would have to give all of his time to the office, and tho clever Colonel is too busy getting high prices for tobacco growers on his market at Danville to devote all his time to the state fair. He would have made an ideal secretary, however. Many friends here wero disappointed when popular Bob Elkin, of the Lancaster Record, did not land the place. It looked like it might have been a good move to have picked a newspaperman of statewide acquaintance like Bob Elkin for such a responsible position, rather than a man who is practically unknown out in the country districts. The Blue Grass fair at Lexington e made a when it named Denny B. Goode as Secretary. There isn't a country newspaper man in the state but would work his head off to help Denny make a success of his Lexington fair and the same would havfl been true had Bob Elkin been placed at the head of the State Fair. cr McRoberts & Bailey s JL Latest War News In the region of Riga the German forces drove back the Russians for more than a mile and captured 1,500 men. In turn, the Russians gained a GUM BOOTS For Men and Boys W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky Sloan's Liniment For Stiff Joints Rheumatic pains and aches get in to the joints and muscles, making every movement torture. Relieve your suffering with Sloan's Liniment; it quickly penetrates without rubbing, and soothes and warms your sore muscles. The congested blood is stimulated to action; a single application will drive out the pain. Sloan's Liniment is clean, convenient and quickly effective, it does not stain the skin or clog the pores. Get a bottle today at your Druggist, 25c. KLINGMAN BASTIN FOR SALE. Orchard grass seed, timothy and clover hay. A. W. Carpenter, Moreland, Ky. Phones Hustonvillc and Junction City. tf. OLD FALSE TEETH We pay $1 to $5 per set. Mail to Dixie Tooth Co., 232 W. Market street. Money will be sent by return mail. Luisville, Ky. p. Everywhere Mid-dlesbo- ro LISTEN MR. FARMER We that there will be an advance on hemp machines February 1, 1917. Place your order now. W. II. Higgins. f. d are-notifie- A Clinton Bastin, formerly of Lancaster, now foreman of the Dodgo Bros., auto plant at Detroit, Mich., to Miss Klingman, was married daughter of Rev. G. A. Klingman, and granddaughter of the late Prof. I. B. Grubbs, of Transylvania. Mr. Bastin is a splendid young man and his bride is said to be very attractive and accomplished. He has many friends and relatives in this county, who will extend congratulations and good wishes. FOR SALE A n, hot air furnace in fair condition. Sale must be made at once. Address R. G. Hucy, Middleburg, Ky. p. claw. FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble Stanford. 97-t- f CENT -A- -WORD ADS (Ada here are 1 cent a worn each Issue, cash with order; no a4 lets than 25c each issue.) distric- t-taxation J. B. Camt'nisch. 7.2 WANTED a good farm hand for the year; good house; good wages to ON account of illness in mv fnmilv the right man. W. C. Shanks Stan- I have been unable to send out stateford, Ky. ments for amounts duo me, as usual tho first of the year. I will anDreeiato FOR RENT. Two or threo rooms it greatly if all who know themselves on first floor of my cottage for 1917. indebted to mo, will come in nn.l Ink me have checks at once. Miss Ella M. S. Logan, Hustonvillc. 4 May Saunders, Stanford. 3 7-- 4. 3-5-- NOTICE TO MILK USERS Ow ing to the constant advance in the cost of milk bottles, bottle caps and especially of feed of all kinds, I will be compelled to charge 10 cents ner quart for milk beginning February 1, 15)17: cream will be in nronortinn. WANTED. A good tobacco man, NICE HOME FOR SALE IN MAV- who can look after his own crop. M. WOOD Threo acres of land, fruit S. Baughman, Stanford. and shade trees, five room house, blacksmith and carriage shop, and FOR SALE. One pair of good other outbuildings, all in good rework horses; cither single or double; pair; set of blacksmith and carriage) one a combined horse, the other a tools, will be sold on terms to safe family horse; will sell cheap. R. See Harry Cook on premises. suit. J. F. II. Bronuagh, Crab Orchard. F Cook, Box 43C, Lexington, Ky. 8 C-- 4. 0-- Mr. Farmer spring needs. Come in and look them over before you buy. Lin-co- li We have on hand now a number of Chattanooga Plows-t- he best on the market for your Fostor-Mil-bur- 8-- 1 GEORGE H. FARRIS The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January026, 1917 PLEASE REMEMBER! This Bank Is Seeking Your Business and is fully equipped and prepared to care for it. On Jan. 9, 1917, its Surplus Fund 1,500.00 was increased Making its present Surplus Fund 30,000.00 50,000.00 Its Capital is Miss Hnnnnh Aldridgu went to Lancaster this morning for a short stay. Mrs. Sallie Johnson is here from Louisville with relatives and friends. Mr?. J. V. Riftiey has been confined to her room for several days on account of illness. Miss Josephine Carpenter is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Homer W. Carpenter nnd family at Lexington. President J. S. Hockcr, of the n First National Hank, went up to on business Thursday. AJ. S. Traylor is able to be up after being on the sick list for some Cor-bi- Girls! Have Wavy, Thick, Glossy Hair Free From Dandruff! Save Your Hnir! Double Its Beauty In A Few Moments Meats Groceries Try Thi.l If vou care for heavy lu.ir, that glisti'is with beauty and in radiant with life; bus an incomparable witness and is fluffy and lustrous, try v ft I special , e tSS23SXuSSSK2S&XfSSZX7SiSJ rnces .'....$ The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. J. S. HOCKER, President Vice-Preside- H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier C. HAYS FOSTER, Asst. Cashier S. T. HARRIS, W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. Bookkeeper Personal and Social Missionary Society of Baptist church will meet with Mrs. E. J. Brown at 2:30. Feb. 3. Mrs. C. C. Woodnrd entertains for Mr. Woodnrd in honor of his birthday from 11 to 5, at their home on Logan avenue. Jan. 26. K. is. week. Miss of Mrs. Mrs. Alcorn was in Louisville this Dorothy Tribb!? is the guest D. H. Breck at Richmond. Will Hays was in Lancaster Wednesday. I. N. Menefec, Jr., was in Louisville the first of the week. Horace Beaumont, of Frisco, Cal., is visiting his sister, Mrs. W. J. Holtz-claat Gilbert's Creek. Mrs. George F. DeBorde has been ill for several days with grippe. Walter Singleton was at home from Lexington the first of the week with homefolks. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cummins were called here Wednesday from Cincin-i.a- ti on account of the serious illness of his mother at Preachersville. Judge James P. Bailey has moved from his room on Main street to the home of his son, Carroll Bailey on East Main street to make his home. Mrs. T. H. Dailey and children left this week for Lancaster to join her husband, who is now located in Gar- rard. J. J. Painter and family have moved from the Givens property on Lower Main to the Anderson property nearer town. Dr. E. New-lan- w Mrs. D. M. Robinson, of London, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Robinson. Mrs. I. M. Bruce was the guest of Miss Jennie Huston at McKinnoy the first of the week. Mrs. W. P. Kincaid has been the guest of Mrs. J. M. Raines at Lebanon. Mrs. Alice Flckett and Miss Bessie Pickett, of Shelbyville, are the guests of Mrs. Wm. Severance. Miss Mamie Holtzclaw, of Covington, who has been the atti'active guest of Miss Ella Mae Holtzclaw has returned home. Sam C. Lackey, of Harrodsburg, has been here several days this week the guest of his sisters, Mrs. J. C. Bailey and Miss Ophelia Lacky. J. Brown and Howard d home returned Wednesday night from Asheville, N. C, where they had been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Brown for several days. Prof. J. L. Hodges, of Lincoln county, is teaching a large class in here. Miss Sophia Saunders, of Stanford singing at Old Salem, and a fine time is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Charles is being had by' all in attendance. R. McDowell, at her home on Maple London Echo. avenue. Rev. and Mrs. P. L. Bruce, Mrs. Lottie Pugh leaves for Louis were the guests of ville this week, where she will under- of Stanford, Prof, and Mrs. Charles G. Crroks go an operation. Her daughter. Miss yesterday at their home on North Letta Crockett will accompany her. First street. Danville Advocate. London Echo. Mrs. J. M. Hiatt and Miss Mary Town Boone, of the Mt. Moriah suction were the guests of Mrs. Will Duna-wa- y For the first time rn Hie history of Thursday. Mrs. Hiatt is the I. J.'s valuable correspondent at Mt. Doyle county every taxpayer has paid his taxes and Sheriff Harbeson has Moriah. no list to advertise. Duiiili fine. time. Jus' one application doubles the Miss May Warren is the guest of beaut of your hair, besides it immedher sister, Mrs. George Kiser at iately dissolves every particle of dantli ifr. This destructive scurf robs Gatewood Heazley went to Mid- - the li.ir of its lustre, its strength and dlesboro Thursday to visit Mr. ii"d its very life, and if not overcome it Mrs. S. W. Givens and family. prod m es a fevorishness and itching Miss Jennie Duncan, of Lancaster, of tlscalp; the hair roots famish, was over several days this week with loosen and die; then the hair falls her sister, Mrs. Charlotte Warron. out f.ist. She returned Thursday. If Mir hair has been neglected and Miss Allie Russell Fish is spend- is th.'i, faded, dry, scraggy or too ing this week in Louisville with her oily, get a bottle of Knowl-ton'- s father, W. S. Fish. Miss Fish will o Dandcrine at any drug store or visit Mrs. Jnmes Dean at Lagrange toilet counter; apply a little as directbefore returning home. ed aiid ten minutes after you will County Attorney E. C. Moore and say this was the best investment you Attorney Boyle Stone, of Liberty, ever made. were here a short time Thursday en We sincerely believe, regardless of route to Harrodsburg on legal busi everything else advertised, that if ness. you desire soft, lustrous, beautiful Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Salem are rehair and lots of it no dandruff ceiving congratulations of their no itching scalp and no more falling friends upon the birth of a sweet lit- hair you must use Knowlton's Dantle daughter in their home Monday. dcrine. If eventually why not now? The little lady has been named Ma1 rie Anna Salem. W. W. Saunders went to Louisville WILL WED SATURDAY Thursday afternoon to be with his A wedding of much interest to wife who is too ill to be brought back home just at present. She Is many, especially in the southern secnow at the Hazelwood Sanitarium tion of the county will be solemnized 'J7th at and her condition is very critical, her Saturday afternoon, the home of the bride's parents, Mr. many friends will regret to know. Mrs. M. F. Elkin, who has been nnd Mrs. Gallatin Gooch, near fheir attractive and accomseriously ill at her home on North Broadway, is improving. Her daugh- plished daughter, Miss Lena Gooch, ter, Mrs Moritz, of New York, is will become the bride of Denny Cul-liof Gibson City, 111., but formerwith her. Miss Mamie Woolfolk, who has been ill from an attack of grippe, ly of this county. The groom is a young man, hustling and is now well again and able to be out. splendid progressive farmer, and has a host Lexington Herald. Mrs. I. M. Bruce and daughter, of friends who will extend heartiest Miss Katherine Bruce left Thursday congratulation upon his winning such for Jacksonville, Fin., to join Mr. a bonnie bride. Rev. J. U. Jones will Bruce, who has been there for about say the words which will make this a year, engaged on state highway couple one. They will go to Gibson work. Their son, Maurice Bruce, City, 111., to make their home. who is working for the Cumberland Telephone Company, will remain il-s8-Way-nesburg. p, oaturday LCWalton Groceries Miss Melsadie Chadwiek. Mrs. Ada King is some better thnn she was last week, but is not able to be out of the houe. News has just reached here of tho arrival of a fine boy in the home of Mr. and .Mrs. Pete Tilfrey of New Castle, lnd. Mrs. Tilfrey was Miss Iiessie Reynolds of this place. Friends here have received word that Rev. Wyatt and wife, .vi'o wo.it to Ocala, Fla., are well plensed in their new home and have begun housekeeping. We only hope they will he as much appreciated ami beloved by the church there as they were here and that some day "They'll wander back agv'n.'' clas- is proThe teacners train. gressing fine ind membcis showing - Meats craaznrcs7fc. good greii interest. Little Clara Do.v rish got her hand badly sprained while coasting. Scorul other children 'jot 'irulscd and yet they had n fine time. Mrs. Ivon Fish has been quite sick for some time, but is able to be out again. Crab Orchard. Heard Aout Milton Powell is at home from Cin- , Expectino the Stork? . . P.rnrr mntllor.to-l- 0 should be in tllO Illldst nf niniiHimt. nnd eomfortablee surroundings, mi.i n i.mi.tnnt user of "Mother's Friend" the -- .,. ' 11UV. frii.iwl nf nvimi'tnnt. mothers. The future l.V-..lV baby's health and that of Its mother is of utmost IniTknrfitiir's. niwl tinrhlnir Hti thf nlflCG of Mnthni-'. Kri.tmi" in nrpmirmi inr nrn nil j.v.mit. t;ir in w.. uvuvi t.ka.v.a at your druggist, write for tree uook on juoiuernoou. Address T1IH UUADFIF3LD ItKGULATOR CO. L'lu Lamar Uldg., Atlanta, tin. e j.l' -- cinnati, where he has been working at the carpentering business for the past several months. He says that business in the Queen City is very brisk, and a man who is looking for work can get all he wants to do. W. L. Jones has accented a position with the Huntington Shoe Company and has as his territory the state of Mississippi with headquarters at Jackson. Mr. Jones is considered one of the best salesmen on the road and will no doubt made good with this company. WAISTS We will have on sale beginning Saturday, morning Advance Spring' Styles in Georgette and Crepe Waists at $3.75, $4.50, and $6.50 only one of each model. : : : Also 1917 styles in Worthmore Waists, at Crepe de Chene Waists at $1.95 I Ialf-Pric- e Dark Silk Waists to close at December styles Worthmore Waists, to 69 cents close at Severance & Son Albert Skidmorc is now firing at the plant of the Stanford Water, Light & Ice Company, and is mak ing a splendid man for the place. lio'nad a close call last week with his fires in the high water, the water coming up within four inches of the fires under the boilers. The University of Virginia has called off its game with Transylvania at Lexington this fall. Quite a number from this section were talking of going over for the game as Harris Coleman, of this city, will be head coach of the Virgina squad. J. R. Young, out on the Danville pike, is having his share of trouble Childless just at present. There are nine mem- Suggestions bers of his family and each and ever., one of them had been down with the measles, seven of them being ill at Among tho virtues of Lydia E. the same time. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the R. M. Newland attended n meeting ability to correct sterility in tho of the stockholders of tho Henry casus of many women. This fact is well established as evidenced Clay Fire Insurance Company at following letter nnd hundreds of by tho others Lexington Thursday. There are a we have published in these colums. Poplar Bluff, Mo. "I want other number of stockholders in this section, who will be glad to know that women to know what a blessing Lydia the company had a successful year table Compound has and its a (fairs are in fine shape. We been to mo. had always v 'anted News has been received from Chata baby in our noma tanooga of the death of Mrs. Harry but I was in poor Bonnie. The bereaved husband is health and not ablo interested with John H. Shanks, forto do my work. My merly of this city, in the coal busimother and husband bothurg" lmo ness. Ho visited his relatives here a to try Lydia E. number of years ago and made many ' s Vegetable o warm friends who will extend I dil Compound. so. mv health Im sympathy in this hour of sorrow. Rodman W. Keenon, Clerk of tho proved nnd I am now tho mother of a Kentucky Court of Appeals, after lino baby girl and do all my own houso spending a week or more in New York work." Mrs. Aima B. Timmons, 210 came over to Washington nnd was Almond St., Poplar Bluff, Mo. In mnny other homes, onco childless, sworn in as a practitioner before tho United States Supreme Court. Mr. there nro now children becauso of tho Keenon is a graduate of Centro Col- - fact that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound mnkoii women normal, nun nits i iiuoi, ui willlll in Danville and vicinity, who are ,',eW to lilTO ji. 1'inKnnm Aieui. t... :. i!.t i.i !....."i ...!. i... ? "wnE.X,.,Vri .w.v."' v 'J? " cine Co., I,vnn.;nri., for advice- -it .. t,v.. "... will be confidential cud helpful. Mrs,, J. H. Bustle, wife of groceryman, has been quite sick for over a week. She is some better but not able to leave her room. She was threatened with pneumonia. Her little grandson was also sick. Visitors have been real scarce ii. the last two wdeks, and there is absolutely no news here. The friends of Col. Guest will be sorry to hear that he has been under a physician's care for several days. He had a hard .fall on the concrete a few days since. He caught his foot under the edge of an awning that had blown down. Whether or not this fall was the cause of his illness we are unable to say. Dr. Kmiston attends him. Dr. Doores seems to be improving very slowly and is quite feeble. Mrs. J. G. Carpenter was up from Stanford Tuesday to see her mother, Mrs. M. E. Fish, who is just recovering from a severe sick spell. There has been a fine boy at Mr. John Hunter's for some weeks, and he is a fine specimen of health and giod nature. Miss Marietta King has returned to her home at Brodhoad after a pleasant visit to Mrs. Daisy Hunt and The Senior Endeavor Society held an election for the Juniors. Mrs. our Skiles, whose health has not been so resigned and Mrs. Stephenson was elected Superintendent ami Mrs. Daisy Hunt assistant. Sarah Mary Pettus was elected pre s ident; Henry Shelby Fish, La Rene Edmiston, secretary; ident; Howard Skiles, Jr., treasurer. On tlv worship committee a leader is appointed at each meeting to open The flower committeee attends to decorating both churches here for services, carrying flowers to the sick. They also have a literary and social committee. Rev. Pervis will be with them every third Sunday, to give them a Bible story and talk. The Juniors have a membership of forty-fiv- e with several application from others who will join. These little tots already oan teach their great grandparents lessons in public prayer public reading, recitals and other work that seems hard for grown up? to perform. Send your little ones in every Sunday afternoon and have them prepared for future usefulnc" for this :s preparedness that will mold a nation. Come and encourage this splendid work, and see how much ahead these tots are of you wht n you were their age. Ce-rgi- ! vice-pre- sei-vice- s. Extra o ape at only 1 Ct 1 10c Package Corn Flakes for the next month 5 cents Everything else in grocery line sold at under the market price grasExma Phone No. 261 E. B. Can i ooeu Stanford, Kentucky Up-to-Da- 1 tt MOTHERHOOD WOMAN'S JOY te to Women. GLASSES .20fBSmSkri -- I KB if I A Pink-ha- m sin-cer- AT- . The Lincoli Pharmacy Dr. W. N. Craig, Optician J. W. ACEY, Proprietor Stanford, Kentucky ii-fj- llic-nu- vine Advocate. 't.I..". - Page Six MERCHANT FINDS The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Weil Favors Sheep Big Lexington Stock Buyer Say Graze Them With Cattle Friday, January 26, TRADEJOOSTER Wearsflieerful"Tanlac Smile," tiie Kind Customers Like. WAS SICKLY AND IRRITABLE "Tliorc'i n flierr.v ntinrwpliero nliout Mn the clollilti!! Iioum1 of (.clgeriiinu , .V ljllcllll I1VPIUU-Cleveland, now, mid customers seem more tlmii ?er glad to give It tlielr putioiiime," declined tin- - Titnlnu Man. "It's be cnine Mr. Mnloue woke up t tin fuel that lie didn't need to go around glum and downcast when Tuiilac wax bring InK liealtli and liapplni'-- s to m many. "He tried It and It lia spread n Imp py smile over Ills faip the "I'anlai Smile and Hull More l an sun hIiIii.v as any In thf city. lolie, 113 -- Health Was Poor. Mr. Mil In no wild: "1 have found Tn nine to be In a (las' by Itself, and am convinced that it's all "I was nervous and run-dowMy kidneys and liver were not do lug their work n rlcht. MR. MALONE. , i a-n-, irrita- ble nnd uncomfortable and could not rest well at iilsht. Tanlac For Him. "Shortly after taking Tnnlnc I felt Improved. Now my health Is better than for years. Nervousness has anil my bodily organs act normally. "Trips to health resorts are fine foi those who can spare the expense and time, but I am satisfied to forego such methods pleasures and health-seekinand stick to Tanlac." g Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stanford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. Coleman, Proprietor. Tanlac can now be obtained in following nearDy cities: Moreland, Abraham Minks; Hustonville, Adams Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Joe McWilliams; Middlcburg, W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros.; Brodhead, John Robins; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. A. Horton. Jonas Weil, of Lexington, one of the leading cattle growers and distributors of the Ohio Valley, is a staunch friend of the sheep. In an address before the annual convention of the Kentucky Sheep Breeders' there, he showed that Association cattle and sheep can be economically nnd profitably joined in feeding. He said: "Can sheep be grown profitably with cattle? My answer is, they can. "The sheep and its byproducts is one of the most profitable and important meat animals. It is the most animal to raise, requireconomical ing the smallest percentage of grain or otheV high priced feeds, thriving to a greater extent upon ordinary grass and low grade vegetation; in fact, is the only meat food animal that can be made good and fat on a strictly grass ration. Since cattle arc used principally to graze our pastures and meadows in Kentucky, the question comes up: Can sheep he grown profitably, biking into consideration their interference with the satisfac tory grazing of cattle.? "I feel confident that a limited number of sheep grazed with a lot of cattle, for illustration, say twenty- five or fifty sheep to fifty cattle, in or more n nasture of seventy-fiv- e acres of grass are not drawbacks, but can be made advantageous in bring ing about cleaner and therefore better pastures. The sheep eat out most of the obnoxious weeds and will continue to cat them, providing they are changed every ten days to a fresh pasture, even if you had not more than two pastures on the farm to graze them in. "I often have watched how eagerly sheep, when put in n fresh pasture iro for weeds for the first few days. They afterwards cat grass, and don't want the weeds any longer, but when taken out for a few days, and brought back, they will eat weeds again. Sheep must be changed at least twice a month, especially so during the spring and summer seasons, in order to keep them doing well. A Southern Gentleman Is Popular Everywhere Just think this over a minute. How many friends have you? Not the fellows who borrow from you I mean the chaps who will jight for you! Fellows who believe in you who stick by you through thick and thin. You can count them on one hand, can't you? But listen to this. I have several million down South here. And why? .Because I've been on the level. I've played fair. I've never lied to nor cheated them, nor double-crossethem, nor held out on them. They know me by my right name SOV: EREIGN. A true gentleman of the South, born and bred of the real Southern stock. I mingle the blood of Virginia and Carolinathe best in the worldthe choicest, sweetest, ripest, smoothest tobacco you my-friends- , d Ellis-bur- ,', Blue Lick We have been having some bad weather. J. Godbey came from Crab to fill his regular appointOrchard Rev. T. ment Sunday. Mrs. A. J. Daugherty is very ill at this writing her many friends will be sorry to know. Mr. Frank Adkins' family is down with the measles. Miss Dollie Adkins, the pretty daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Adkins and Elbert Godbey, son of Rev. T. J. Godbey, were married on the 14th of January at the home of the bride. The bride is a very popular young lady of the Turnersville sec- tion and her many friends hate to give her up. The groom is one of the well known citizens of Crab Orchard. We all wish them a long and happy life. LEGISLATURE MAY ABOLISH THE ASSESSOR'S OFFICE The uncerUinty about what the next legislature, be it a special session or a regular session, will do with the office of County Assessor, is causing the candidates and prospective aspirants for this office all over the state to sit up and take notice, says the Louisville Times. It seems to he generally agreed that in the consideration of tax reform legislation, the General Assembly will revolutionize the method of nssessmg property and the office of County Assessor may be changed from an elective to an appointive one. The office of County Assessor is not a constitutional office and therefore the Legislature could abolish it entirely or make any changes it desires. For this reason the aspirants to this office are in somewhat of a quandary, suspecting that they may wake up some fine morning to find they have no job. In most counties, the Assessor does his work in two or therce months; therefore the job is a very lucrative and desirable one. "This constant changing of pas ture, every ten days or two weeks, keeps the sheepy smell off the grass, which is the only objection to grazing cattle in the same pasture with sheep. The old saying change of pasture makes fat live stock, applies not only to sheep but also to cattle and where cattle and sheep are kept separate from each other wherever possible and by exchanging pasture the two could be kept separate entirely. "I am firmly of the belief that sheep are absolutely necessary to procure good stands of clover and They are the only proper means of tramping the seed in the ground, besides they are the only animals that can be used to eat out the weeds that would sap out the strength of our young bluegrass pastures and clover fields. I certainly give the sheep due credit for what limited success we have had in procuring good and satisfactory stands of grasses. "Sheep are the only meat food animals that can be made marketable without grain. Therefore, no plowing is necessary to procure their feed. This makes them the more valuablo animal towards maintaining soil fertility. In addition, they are of most valuable assistance in keeping our and bluegrass pastures meadows clean of weeds. The above facts make sheep the most desirable animals on the farm. "There are not any animals on the farm in Kentucky today that net a surer and larger percentage of profit than our sheep, and I will venture to prices now predict that the existing for sheep, hogs and cattle, will be retained by the sheep for some time, after both cattle and hogs have gone down. y "Sheep-raisinis a business suited to Kentucky nnd could and should be enlarged to the advantage of the State." sky-hig- h g espec-ciall- ever smoked. You Folks You Folks of the South KNOW Good blood! of the South KNOW Good tobacco ! because quality does tell. And it means I have friends down South, and I keep them a whole lot when I say: blue-gras- s. jhsS JnAAJzecisu (Scr6zx&T-Q- . Buy me. I am guaranteed by If you don't like me return me to your dealer and get your money back. I have said it. A Southern gentleman is known the world over for keeping his word, and I have given you mine. ' jf FOR THE 5E2B3"TIi'BMAN OF THH. SOUTH rettes We sell this great cigarette in Stanford. Try a package and you will be convinced that all the above advertisement says, is true E. R. COLEMAN, Proprietor , The Penny Drug Store STANFORD, KENTUCKY prohibition for both! Alaska and Hawaii virtually was decided upon by the House Territorial Committee. Tho reintroduced Bill to prohibit manufacture, sale, gift, possession or transportation of liquor in Alaska was ordered favorably reported to the House. Tho Hawaiian Bill was then taken up nnd the main features of the Alaskan Bill written into it. "Bone-dry- " Wick-essham mssmaa ijnPrYTg "KtyjlW Ki i ? ir Gall Stones, Cancer and the Stomach and Intestines, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and other fatal ailments result from Stomach Trouble. Thousands of Stomach Sufferers owe their complete recovery to Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Unlike any other for Stomach Ailments. For sale by The Penny Drug Store and druggists n, 41 k fcfcj Ulcers of Tho editor of a lively little journal Wins Prize For Moonlight School in Iowa was much annoyed by the The State prize for the best moonWo offer One HunJred Dollars Reward forever "stopping the press" in order light school has been awarded to R. any case of Catarrh that cannot be for to insert a piece of late news. It cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. E. Jaggers, a rural school teacher Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken seems that scarcely a day passed that ' past thirty-fiv- e in Hurt county. Mr. Jaggers enrollby catarrh sufferers for tho years, and has become known as the the rival did not state "We stop the' ed 228 students in his moonlight most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's press to announce thut" some one had( on school, taught six weeks and redeemCatarrh Medicine acts thru tho HloodPol-so- died, been born, lost money, been; ed 75 illiterates. He is to be honored n the Mucous surfaces, expelling the from the Blood and healing tho disarrested, etc. with a trip to Washington City as a eased portion?. This sort of thing finally got on guest of Senutor James, Senator After you have taken Hall's Catarrh tlmo you will see a the nerves of the editor first mentionMedicine for a short Beckham and Kentucky's Congressin your general great Improvement ed, so he inserted on tho first paper health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medimen. Ho will be presented to tho cine at nnco nnd get rid of catarrh. 8cnd of his sheet one day the following: President by Senator James and will for testimonials, free. "We stop the press to announce be recipient of many honors. Mr. Toledo. Ohio. F J. CHFNKY ft CO.,7Cc. Sold by ull Druggists, that there is no news of sulllcient Jaggers says that ho has greatly enimportance to justify us in stopping joyed teaching the moonlight school Lincoln county friends of James the press. Giddap." und that it has improved his day Junction City, Surber, formerly of school attendance and aroused his will ho gratified to learn that he was community to better things. Tho completely exonerated in tho Federal touchers who stood highest in tho Fort Smith, Ark. About Court at contest with Mr. Jaggers were: Grov-c- v three years ago ho was charged with Sizemore, of Leslie county; Lingovernattempting to defraud the (pttmscn ttm0'ME,) coln Smallwood, of Clay county; F. ment out of money. No witnesses could bo secured against him and no ENDS CATARRH, ASTHMA, H. Spiceland, of Calloway county and Iiss Nell Caldwell, of Hardin counevidence whatever was obtained that Broochiti, Croup, Cough and Coldi, ol ty. This is the third year In succesguaranteed b) sion that Western Kentucky has won in any way implicated him and he mosey back. Sold and was completely und fully exonerated. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. State prize for Moonlight Schools. How's This? Elmer Aldey, 21 years old, was drowned in a pond near Elizabeth-towwhile skating. The ice gavo way under him and before assistance could reach him, he was dead. n, Rev. William Dudley Moore, who has served as pastor of Shawnee Run church, near Burgin for 23 years, has resigned, his advanced age and ill health being given as the reason. The Bails Of Lazarus wero based by tho 'dogs who Hckcd tho infected places, but they were riot cured. Many modern people employ tho samo method in their treatment of boils, pimples, rashes, carbuncles, eczema and other skin diseases. They apply a salvo or lotion to tho eoro UYftMFI places and fondly imagine they have cured them. Tho important fact which they fail to recognlzo is, that these skin diseases aro diseases of the blood, ,,! .Vint- n nvlnrnnl treatment can permanently euro them, because they aro essentially internal ailments tho only proper remedy for it' nitto nnmi ilin litnml. flpnnKfnp and revitalizing it, and removing tho cause of injection, it snouiu oo Domo in mind that S. S. S. is purely vegetable, made from native roots, herbs and barks, and that it contains no drugs or other injurious in gredients, uotain a dowo ot o. a. o. from your druggist and if you need tie advice of a physician, write to tho Medical Department Swift Specific Co., 301 Swift Buildfoffi .Atlanta, Ga. S. S. S. 13 liabit-formlng ; The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, January 26, 1917 ';l. ..l j "tta Page Sever Cold Sores and Fever Blisters arc only outward monifcstntiona of the inflammation of tiic mucous surface that lines the lungs, the stomach mid nil the digestive tract, but they give you evidence of how sore a membrane may become as n result of inflammation, which is stagnation of the blood, rightfully called acute catarrh. Here's Good News Expert i A Rare Old Paper mzsmsmm Mnw -- wrvn If you suffer from such conditions don't let them become chronic, don't run the risk of systemic catarrh. When your system Is clcarcdof nil Its poisons, tlio membranes soothed and hcnled, tho culd gone, nnd your digestion restored, you will enjoy life, feel equal to nil its tasks, end Lo nt peace- with tho world, Let Pcrumi do for you what it did for tins sufferer: - Clear It Up With PERUNA 1 Mis. L. A. Patterson, 253 Utah Avenue, Memphis, Tcnn. snys : " linvo liocn n friend ef Pcruna for rnuny yenr. I liaw iijril It off nnil on for cntf,rrha! complaints nnil found it n very excr'lent itrirdy. I liavp ti small family ot rlillilrcn. Titrrs nt" hard wltli in, Imt Iran scarcely iffordlo rln wntiout I'crtina, crclnlly during the of tho year wli"nc "Jrtln and cold an- - prevalent. Wc always r;ccoiumcad I'crunn scroll neighbors, for the bctiolit hhu bicn to in. ' to bur You needn't suffer ioiujcr with such it remedy nt hand. f('fS'JP&' If 1 ,,aya . -j- Dilutions i r Peru mi can he obtained in tablet form. Youctn carry it with you and take it and regularly for ft remedy, or as nesdedfor a preventive Cet a box today. The Pcruna Company, Columbus, Ohio j i 3.AV n Kwi.ititfitrrf nu ufiniiiii.i rr ici Sou. (!fmsoi J ,itki BOOKKEEPING Business, Phonofjrapliy TYPEWRITING and JOHN WHITE X, CO, LOUISVILLE, KY. TELEGRAPHY Wil LBUR R.SMITH BUSINESS COL I FGE ! ftu rirrr,or, vonm.rriai loilfirit jt Lnltrrllf. It! PnrMrnt hi yearn ntrTlfnce In mrrrantll nnil I'ankintr lnminrfK, also 10 yrnrs ulnratlni; 30,10) young rnt-- nnil women fnr turn pp. now. UdrtrsWiXHUIl B. .SMITH, Lexington, My. Littoral assortment ind full valuo paid URS Midas and -- Coat Skins V 1). Hnyden, of Nicholas illc, Sayi Tobacco Crop I Short Jessamine county, has sent the I. J. And Price Will Advnncc n verv interesting old document, yelTho Hurley tobacco crop this your low with nge, being an agreewill fall short of the estimate, K. T. ment of snle between John lluyden, Robnrds, of Henderson, who is being of Payette county and Davit' .MorriLincoln county, drawn up in hacked for tolmcco commissioner with son Louisville, surmised the ,'.10. Mr. Hnyden wiitc an folhendqunrters at old paper. recently. Instead of a bumper crop lows .lbout the Interior Journal, of 275,000,001) to 300,000,000 pounds Stanford, Ky. the actual figures will he nearer I am sending you Hn old De r Sir: 2Ufi, 000,000 pounds or less. document written in 1700 or 127 Since tho annual consumption de- year- - ago. The condition of tho sale mand for Burley tobacco is about mny nterest some of your readers, tin land lies in your country. John 210,000,000, this year's eiop will as Hnyil n, my great grandfnther died fail to supply the demand, Mr. Ho- - in iX"l and left a large lunded estnte bards said: The result is that buyers of I. "00 ncres in Jessamine county One are "running over one another in the to hi- - II sons nnd dutighters.is ench of his will, hogshead market to supply their specificis condition child to be given n negro, horse, needs," lie declnreil. cow id calf, bed, betiding, in Rent. W. P.. land. The finish will see "some classy tion ' their County, Ken-- , n. dessumino prices," he said. Prices on low grades H:i Nieliolasville, .Inn. 17, 1017. are double those of last year and the tllck Tb. old paper reads as follows: tendency is for (lie higher prices lo A of agreement entered inclimb. to tb - seventeenth day of March A New York syndicate, Mr. 7!Hi hetween John lluyden of Faydeclared, has already purchas- ette ounty of the one part and Davof Lincoln coiyity of the ed the bulk of the dark tobacco crop id M othei nnrt. in Western Kentucky in an attempt VI iieas tile said John Hnyden has to secure control. this ilav bargr.ined and solil unto The move to have Mr. Robards ap- I)nvil Morrison one tract or parcel pointed tobacco comniisisoner for the of la il lontniuing 200 acres lving in State is included in a petition to be Lino In county near Col. John I.o-- I sent to President Wilson, Secretary gan's and known by the name of bald hill land for nnd in Redfield. Senators James nnd Heck- - IIInyd'-iham, and Congressmen .1, C. Cunt rill ' consideration of sixty pounds to be and Swagcr Sherloy. Forty concerns paid in the following articles ol casli and individuals, prominent in the to- price (lo wit) one good riding horse bacco industry and including tobacco not under II hands high and not growers, commission men, .buyers and under three nor over seven years old, manufacturers, have signed the pe- the rst in cows and cnlves and good tition, which is in the form of a res- steers, the cows not to exceed eight olution setting forth that other agri- years old. Property to be valued by cultural interests have their experts Cnpt. John Jones and to be deliverand that the tobacco interests are im- ed at the mouth of Hickman on or portant enough for such an oflicial before the first day of Jan. 7, next. Lexington Herald. The conditions of the above article is such that if the said David ! I -- Set Contents riTlU' I AH f1BSg!flS fr'H infli 1 1 isn :tih ya'd & Forlnfnnls p ,f1 a ltJtkiMlaai( ri'i' rn. aW Mothers Know That Genuine Castar-' ' K r:"!i "aloohoi. 3 1'u'i.i.Nr AVoiclnblcProparalpMWVi simiInl.nMicroo.l u2Xt, :2-- : 5; toMf ilnheS:onadisandlfcwr Thereby lVomolinSlhfc neither Oplum.MorpHncnr Mineral NoTAnoiW iii$ PA Fnc! Always Bears the Signature Jt of 0 i'i ? AT !vV lUtr Use For Over V:.C Pampun itf" jVx Stnna i in-le- J) tntftntnl :- Ro-bar- 1 - JuJsfSrrJ , Jllf rhumb lihrt) J""' tUrrfoJ Wr UmtrKtrrn mtr r fcr A hi'lpful Remedy i ') ' a f t mQ 'Kir. - Srfnatijffof lac Simile IHCCCSTAWICOMPW. mitz : t. hirty fca un tr 'vKvS' tii Vvact Coov of Wrapper. L ul fa Id 3 THE ClNTJLUft CMP iT Its Summerlime in Florida All . " tr SOUtM: m 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 Ashcville, Aiken, Augusta, Charleston, Columbia, Savannah, buinincrville and other southern resorts. Dining Car Service Winter Tourist, Variable Tour and Excursion Homcseck-cr- s Two Daily Trains: Through Pullman Railway ALLEN HEIATT, (xfl. Fares now in effect Stopovers and otlierspccial features. Full information and fares from local Southern Railway agent or write B. H. T dd, District kj Pas'r Agent, Stark BIdg., Louisville, Ky. Asistant Manager Walnut Street Warehouse JOHN S. VAN WINKLE Secretary Auction Sales Every Day Ex cept Saturdays and Holidays We will continue auction sales every day excepting Saturdays and holidays You can from now on. we Morrison should not comply with said articles then the ritrht continues in said Hnyden and said Morrison is to s Mill pay twenty bushels of corn for the rent and give up the place as witness our bands the dav and year above two Mi. Amanda Hastin spt-n-t written. TEST George S. Smith wcL'ks with Mrs. Ida Thompson reand Abraham Sallee. cently. JOHN IIAYDEN'. D. MORRISON. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wrcnn have returned home after spendinj? two Inactivity Causes Constipation Iick of exercise in the winter is a weeks with relatives at Boone's (Jap frequent cause of constipation. You and Conway. was the Kiiest Mrs. Daisy Simp.-o-n feel heavy, dull and listless, your comis sallow and pimpy, and en- of Mrs. Bertha Steenberw last Sunplexion ergy at low ebb. Clean up this condi- day afternoon. tion at once with Dr. King's New Little Sylvia .1. Thompson has been Life Pills, a mild laxative that re visitinir her trrandfather, Bryant lieves the congested intestines without Brown for the past week. griping. A dose before retiring will It. A. Smith went to Woodstock to assure you a full and easy move- see bis brother, George Smith, who ment in the morning. 2 fie. at your is very ill. Druggist. Walter Wren of Conway was in this part buying some cattle last week. Mrs. Ida Thompson has been conAsst. Msr JESSE W. OVERSTREET, fined to her bed for a week with an People's Tobacco Warehouse abscess on her tooth, but is able to be up again. George Benge will soon have his house ready to occupy. Kev. John Elder was in this pint on ua bushier Monday. Om school will close Friday. Miss Ida Smith was the guest of Mrs. Ida Thompson Monday. Mr. Miracle ays he likes his new home all right. B. G. Rui'U has inoed his saw mill on Rev. John Rider's place and 's doing a lot of sawing there Aunt Armina Smith is staying with her daughter, Mrs. Russell Watson !JJ.J1I I1 MipwiWilPIIWHiin ttJ 3iira friond-regretti Hold am to Gum Sulphur Then many to ,ei them leave. Everybodj so- - it wa- never know to see watir o high as it was the big snow and ram. after Breaks A Cold In Few Hours Try It! First Dose Of Pape's Cold Compound Relieves All Grippe Misery Don't stay stull'ed-up- ! Quit blowing and snuflling! A dose of "Rape's Cold Compound" taken every two hours until three doses are taken will end grippe misery and break up a seere cold either in the head, chest, body or limbs. nosIt promptly opens clogged-u- p trils and air passages; stops nasty discharge or nose running; relieves sick headache, dullness, fevorishness, sore throat, sneezing, soreness and stilFness. "Rape's Cold Compound" is the quickest, surest relief known and costs only 2." cents at drug store-It acts without assistance, tastes niie, and causes no iiuoycmence Don't accept a substitute. . 8-- 1 Crescent Heights Stock 8S$3 this winter. Galesburg, Aberdeen-Angu- s Southdown Sheep, Duroc Jersey Hogs Mrs. Mat Hurt and son, Charlie, of The best liloodhr.es ,if oath of theo III., Farm Cattle are here visiting her famous breed-- . High-clas- s individ- - .sister, Mrs, Lizzie Watson, who has for sale at all times R. F. D. No. 5 E. V. Carson, Prop. been quite ill. Stanford, Kentucky Ben Lamb and family have iwned ret the closest market to the largest assured that Danville will be the highest market in this section, as and manufacturing plans in the world. are k -- ;nviawtfcaijwwjmuwTiuirtjriwiiiKiiiii,jrftn,ra3sgrTvmnTimrBMa!iwui Our accommodations for both man and beast are as good as the best. The loose leaf floor and only way of marketing tobacco, to insure the highest dollar to the grower. These facts have been demonstrated in Virginia, North and South Carolina where they have been selling tobacco on this plan for the past fifty years. plan is the best Drive your wagon to tho 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 firt day of sale. We have experienced men in all departments to look after your interests, including two of the finest auctioneers in this or any other State. The Warehouses sion business. do not buy tobacco except on sale Free stable and no rejection fee. W9 y guc-sin- g M. THE UNIVERSAL CAR There's nothi'ig of oi .vpeml itmn it gard to Ford car Their pnutical value is b demonstiated by more than l.T.'iii.OOii Roi.i owners veprus Mitiug every phase of huni:n iuti' ty. Ford service is us universal and reliable car itself. Dependability and economy in car nnd service. Better bu your Ford toda. - ..u want it and it will serve you every duy, "wultc and summer. Tounmr Car ;:::(). Itinuibout S'M.". Coupelet $u()fi. Town Car Snilfl, Sedun $til.V f. b. Detroit. We solicit your order. at auction. We do a strictly commis- Appreciating your past patronage, we hope you will see your way clear to bring us your toyou the highest market price, absolutely accurate weight und an all around square deal. You are cordially invited to attend our sales. bacco, guaranteeing H. C. Anderson, Agent .J? L Stanford, Ky. Steele & Burton, Agents i3dSHutonvill, Ky. I. M. DUNN, People's Tobacco Warehouse Company President Danville . IA .jiaaS! -- iBS. k - Kentucky Incorporated Page Eight Bethlehem's Bid The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: on Shells Friday, January 26, 1917 Farm and Stock News In the Ihiwen section It, P. Carney lioughl pair of initios of George. AlcCowun fot $190. Miller Hill, on the Htistonvllle pike, sold a cow to II. C. Arnold early this week, for $50. At Danville Mack Hughes sold a harness horse to Clarence Woods, of Indianapolis, for $2.1(5. II. V. Leigh, of Hustonville, purchased at Liberty Monday, a marc mule for $1200. Kugeno Dunn, a fanner of the Hustonville section, bought a veal fiilf "' fjfonii I'ren fie fifl. if -" " Stewart Pandidge of the Moreland section, bought of John Dunnway of the sumo plnio, :i Lincoln Choice, a! oming at a fancy price. McCoimnck it Gttnn, live stock dealers of the West End, bought a cow of Win, Myers at ft cents a pound. Henry Haughmaii, of near More-lanhas engaged his spring lambs to a Mr. Crain, of Harrodsburg at 10 cents. Sixty mules were sold on the Kranklit'" mniket Satutday at :tn average of $185. E. V. Hogan '.old a pair foi ."55(50. Franklin is said to be the best mule mniket in western four-year-ol- j5traRTZgaaaaBuat35(s H for the United States Navy To the American People. The Sivrrlnry of the iSnvy Inn awarded OoiiIimiIs mnoiinliiii; In over S.I.OPO.OOC Jo n Hriti-- h bidder for 1 1 nuil projectile for tin ISnvy becnuic of ery nun li lower prices olTered Ijj llic Knglhli bidders. We know nothing of tliehni upon which the HritUli liiiN were niiidc, lull (In public U entitled lo know (he fuels upon which we ourselves liiil for this work. 16-iti- d M&&&3XV'XW2mv:X23riBm32t', C!fIigOtitSale on WinterStock Ladies' Suits A big line of Ladies Suits $IOand$!5, now $2.98 $15 and $25, now...$7.98 Ladies' Skirts We have some worth $2.50 to $4, now ...98c $5 to $ 0, now .. $3.98 1 Lasting IS Days Begins Saturday, Jan. 27 We are going to close out our line of Winter Goods, so as not to carry them over and make room for our complete line of spring goods which are arriving daily. Ladies' Waists 75cand $1 Waists 69c now $3 and $4 Silk Waists now $1.79 Blankets $2.00 grade, now $1.24 $3.50 and $4.50 grade, now $2.79 1 Twit ji'iir njn wo limli contract Midi- - ut ii to iiuiko 1.21)0 price nf I .."J ,0(1(1. I p tn now not n -- ingle tthcll lint hron accept ril li) the Gotcritiiiciil, we lime expended, in vupo, materials, etc., on these order $,')22.IIIII . nml c lime not recohc.l ii MM;!.!'. DOI.I.Mt mi ll-lii- .li ." f "-- I ! four-yeHr-o- ld these ctmlrticl. In Ladies' Dresses A big line we can sell you (I'MilHM! n lltrrnl mtrfHiilhin l lit contriM'i nnilil nirtkr ii, Italil fm wn ill,,- -. iiiiiiHiiiLiiiii tt $7H olo at 850-pou- experience, ami Inn-iti- f: for shell s.llllr rule per pound nt (hut which the n Dcp.irl metit iictiinll awarded a I shell contract one car no 111 thr no nllier hiii, we hid ftppioMIIMleh the light ol our 'J h d, Bethlehem Steel Compari) OHS HUGUMH. (ill LK, Prnmlru' M M ll Ml ("Ininmin Silk Poplin Dresses regular $5 and $10 values, now $3.98 and $15 grades, $12.50 now . .. $4.98 $1.98 Pearl Buttons 5c dozen, now 0c dozen, now 25c dozen, now 1 Outing Cloth 12 HERE'STHEHQG V i w. r' YLtf trmmmmm &&?& UOORBOW Cliotcm McCormack & Gann. of the West End, purchased of various parties 5(1 fat hogs DRUG CO.. from 8 'J to 9 Bcwlinj'jrccn, Ky cents a pound. They also bought 80 AsIc Vour Drugc'" 'or It. $5 moie that could not be deliveted until the water ran down. Sold By V In the Porryville section T. L. THE PENNY DRUG STORE now. $15 51 E. II. Coleman, Prop. Stanford. Ky. Crane sold to J. A. Carpenter now. acres ol land, three and a hall miles line west of I'erryville, for $ 1.000. and $25 20-Ye- ar 7 aues to Robeit Reynolds for can sell in sums of $2,000 or more. No lom : : : : : Robert linker, of N'e.iltou, I exafee charged. Phone or Write now.. mine county, shipped a car load of D. A. H. X 79 hog.- - to Cincinnati this week for Sho Lancaster, Ky. $5 $6 tliieli he paid $10.35 a hundredshoes, weight. A few hogs have been sold at R. M. 15 coins a pound. Monroe Miller sold a shoes, Headquarters for Best to Dr. Beverly ti sow and pc;s for FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE $4 $5 s.hoes I Tlione 168 and 45. Stanford, Ky. 5fi and C. M. Dean bought a sow and pigs for $00. $6 $7 shoes Ottice of At Mt. Sterling courtday 800 pound steers bi ought as much" as $7 00. 1 iALid.K" 8 Good oven up Jm " I fl Tll at $0.50. Cowstoat 5cents and(5 heifers to cents, and canners brought 5 cents. About 1 100 mules wete theie and brought tiong prices with plenty of buvers IM Wm. Campbell, of Midway, bought a' Si -i.iload of heifers at 0 cents; a L fir voiK jtj::c!j.-- . St. Louis buver three carloads of null 500 to lillO pound .steers at from C to 7 cents, according to miali- - sas wJtJ 'liL&ZSBtFZ'HE EZSfJTTBSgE:: 217 ESEafCTiJ3? GSSEn32EESwSS7S3532&3 iv ; a ppriv itom rrunkiort umtgnt a .aih.atl of .steers from 700 to 850 Uriah Dunn left January 19th, Fodder; 10 bushels Buckwheat; 1 fhis morning, Thuisday, aftei . most ?.ie Stephenson, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Wo jret you cjihIi on Accounts, Notes, pounds raving ?7 to S7.50. Piobably the biggest hemj) deal delicious seven o'clock bieakt ist at Brown and Miss Susie Davis, of Dan- for Barnwell, S C, with the second large stack of Straw; 2 barrels VinClaims, by collecting quickly anywhere in United States. Collection ver consummated was closed at Win. Dodd's egar; 1 Cider Mill; Household and ville and some other whose names load of mules. guaranteed or no charjjos. : : : : : Winchester Saturday, when a number Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Helm went to Kitchen Furniture, and several other We failed to get. J. W. Powell, a patron of the teleMAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY of glowers of ClHrk county sold to phone company, solicited ;. fund Dr. 0. S. Williams and Will RifTo Lexington last Friday to attend the things too numerous to mention. E F. Spears & Sons, of Paris, about Somerset, Ky. Sale to begin promptly at 10 A. M. among the patious of the tcknhone motoied to Lexington Monday. They burial of Mrs. George Helm. 1,(100,000 pounds of hemp at 1.1 -1 The barn of George Riire collaps- Terms made known on day of sale. company for the purpose of ma ing a were accompanied as far as Danville ed during the heavy snow and caught uits, the sale aggiegating $1.17,500. Christmas present to the thice ladies by Juno Rcid. C. E. G. BAUGH The contract was for 500 pounds fiom his horse, but did not hurt it. M. II. Johnson, Auctioneer ollicc. Mi l'owe'l Mrs. Pattie Drye and daughter, of the exchange 3j5S&&a crv acre of the 2.000 acres inclutl- - has made it a piactice foi several Miss Mabel of Mt. Sterling, have been Dr. Childless took Miss Mollie c3i. M in the deal. Growers expect to leal-i-- 'i Austin to the Danville hospital last yeats to solicit and present Mi-- s Lou the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. I). a similar sum foithe lemainder of Ediington $10; .Miss Louwlli Dye Ilocker and other relatives here for weok, whole she will undergo an opthe crop. eration. $10 and Miss Brown !i Miss 'Jiowr. hree weeks. I will sell at Public Auction on The first carload of mules to be has not been in the olllce as long as Raymond Leigh had his nose cut C. C. Carpenter was able to be in TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1917 sold by weight in Marion county was the others, but is making a faithful town a few days ago. half oh" while snow balling on the beginning at 10 o'clock at my place -- hipped from Lebanon to Atlanta, operator. Howard Downey, son of Richard ctioets. A colored man was passing on Green River, two miles south of , Ga last Friday. There were 2(5 in -- and the boys began to throw snow at Dr. J. T. Bohon, of the Heights, Downey, came very near losing one him (ifliip I'tioin KiT and he had a grain scoop and McKinnoy, near New Salem church and thev were sold Hume l'houe 35 the f his ieet last Thursday whi'e eut-ti- n the1 following: has been threatened with pneumonia - Willis Ilurdette, STANFORD. KY. lijthe well known up a niil for stove wood. The ax was throwing snow with it at the BIy farm of 80 acies of good Green New Market faimer, to repiesenta-tn- c but at pre.sent is thought to be ut of boys when Raymond got too close went through the nil in4o hi3 anile. danger. River land; in high state of cultivaof Hudson & Son, southern and received a fearful blow on the tion; well iinpioved; well watered C. C, Combest of Liberty was a nose tvith the corner of the scoop. mule dealers. The 2(i mules averaged and on county road; is nice land two 99S pounds and totaled 25,94(5 business visitor here Wodnosda ,1! wrVllTiriinirrii I 'iuppifi'itri Tti ? miles south of McKinney. Will also pound &'& The price leceived was 20 of Will Weatherfoid and if sell 10 barrels of corn; one cut- - per loiind, or 85,189.(50, the Houston, , Tu. our wete oalletHIGHEST PRICES PAID mare mule; one milk tiles aeraging $199.(50 per head. town Wednesday and Wc I lay cow; on wagon; one Hk inrr Me, ' d en Day Lebanon Enterprise. liming rented my Tarm out for the night, the gutwU of Dr. Alt i rtul bSiiniiiiit U Kvceived c ir 1917, I will oiler for sale on wagon; one good buckboard; harness family. Th.. were also the t,u is of for each; a lot of farming tools and No Commission to Pay Mrs. Dave Skinnei. SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1917 household and kitchen furniture: a Wrtc I r Price Lut and Carpenter vi nt to Mrs. Sophie on th- - premises, one mile west of good cane mill; u lot of hay, fodder, &hiiins Tun Danville Tuesday to visit her b Hhor Highland, all my farming tools: 1 a lot of good barrels; a good grindWaltei Vardemun fell backwards M. Sabel & Sons Weatherford. 'Mse Hairow; X Double A Harrow; stone; a good pair of wagon oer a place about 12 feet high and Geoige Mary Lewi lines; a Mis. EtUUiiLti! 18S6 and giand uigh-- 1 1 wwOtl bioko his leg just above the tinkle. Corn Diill, good as now; Plow., good saddle; a good muzzle loading ter, Miss Carrie Edwards motoied to KV LOUtSVILLf. Etc.; 1 Muggy, in good condition; 1 shotgiinn: also a good breech loading Will Weatherford is back in town Wednesday Danville evenini for a 1 t Ruggy Harness; set Wagon attacks the Humes-- ; 1 shoats; one No. 1 Milk shotgun; a good log chain and many few days' visit to relatives. other things too numerous to menMr.irjr.i7.i;rwiire:L:jmxy,raffliTCry-.- , outside" man. Pains and Cow, 5 years old; Lot Hoi n on the 21U, to the v t'e of' of Corn und tion. JOHN 11ROCK. aches stiffen his ioints and bub. boy. John Spalding a This makes 10 ILing chiluroi for, muscles and reduces his efficiency. At the first twinge get Sloan's them. IS THE IDEAL TIME TO VISIT ij1! Liniment, easy to apnly. it vene- Sieiiey Brown and wife vu trales 'without rubbitw and soothes ed to the bedside of theii ' ,.l,il.l lnut Mm.ilnv i.viuilllir lit Mi Mild tllO SOrCllCSS. After that long drive or tedious Mrs. Vanoy's. Robert Kernel ' moved back u wait in the cold rain apply Sloan's or the his ollice after it has been remodeled. Lminicnt to those Stilt fingers, Uncle John Downey, of the Rolling acin8 w,r,StS a" arni?' For fiou , ncurag.u, toothache, bruises,, .!!...! Si.n.inv. " l,.M i.v,i, u i f ' M""""' sprains, cold led, it is promptly effective. , , ins uepiiew, iiiuiiiu uuwucy s, aiior ii At all druggists, 25c. 50c. and $1.00. long illness at the ago of 87. Get nwiiy from the cold und enjoy life in the land of Sunshine and cLLt Flowers A delightful course dinner was served ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. fares and excellent service via Low round-triC. P. Hi own a few days ago. Those present weie: M. and Mrs. J, W. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE Powell, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Stephenson, and son, Mr. und Mrs. J. C. For Particulars, call upon local agents of this railroad Stephenson und daughter, Miss Liz- JEN'IU.N'b-'jUIiLBT- I'nciosed fiat' oliotn of ttir.t wai carcil of vlth v "' JJoirLnn Ho CI.,,!, m. rIv. Th i s,ik Wis sm.ost ciiacl bctor? Mtlng lh ) nicliui. r I :hcn a entirrlv ciireo, e- ny jicar .i.ci. c:e lypiinniMis Ky. X'. St.ll!;.. pji - .if Hor.llntrf.icen, o.ml Ho ii! w c!d to yon & teturnfjl. and wo Pii)i ,t you wan; the'" i axt i 1 IlUMEDs" CO.. Li :c:i..i, Ky. ., ' .!' v ry - t; IM iL--- : u.i- - -- . rA Kentucky. A. I. Hall sold for .1. C. Hayne ft t Ilio., "til ncrei of land known as the old Meriwether faun near Christians-- I burg, in Shelby county, to Froman Frye for $:5(i,000. Col. John R. Gibson sold his fatm on the edge of Richmond, for $'J(i0 per acie to J. W. Creech, of East I'criMmlt at hi public sale Wednes- day. At Franklin, Simpson county, W. 15. Lewis this week sold a mare mule to John L. Pond for ?:I00. This is the highest price ever j paid for n mule of that age in SimpI i I two-year-o- ... ... 3c 6c 17c Ginghams 5c quality, now only 113 4C tc an d 5c quality, at 1 ... . 10c Men's Suits $10.00 grade, at $ 5.98 $15.00 grade, at $ 9.98 $20.00, grade. at $14.98 Ladies' Shoes $2.00 grade, at $1.69 $3.50 grade, at $2.48 $4.00 grade, at $2.98 $5 and $6 grade, at $3.98 A BARGAIN Shoes worth $2.50 to $3.00, now 98c Corduroy Suits $12.50 and $15 Suits, now $7.98 Big line to select from Ladies' House Dresses Garments worth $1 and 98c $1.50, now 1 Underwear Men's heavy now fleece-line- d Hope Cotton 5c quality, now. .. lite son county. .' underwear, 75c quality, Men's Work Shirts 50c and 65 c shirts . ,49c 49c T - FARM LOANS Big $1,-50- 0. cheap. that ve of Embroidery you Men's Rubber Shoes $2.00 grade, now .$1.24 $2.50 grade, $1.79 $3.50 grade, $1.98 THOMAS men's NEWLAND $2.50 $3.50 and and now, $1.98 now. $2.79 Gum Boots $3.00 grade, $2.39 $3.50 grade, now...$2.9S grades ..$3.25 and Ladies' Coats and $7.50 Suits now $2.43 Suits $10 and now $3.98 Suits $15 and now $7.98 Men's Flannel Shirts 75c quality, now 43c $3.79 $4.98 Come early and see the many bargains that are at our store for you. and Children's Underwear At a Great Reduction Ladies' V -- -- i SALEM & SALEM, Stanford, Kentucky CASH for ACCOUNTS .1- J. McCLARY PUBLIC SALE Undertaker Embalmei nt J mi'iTTi-irfrn- PUBLIC SALE j i , Si.? Hustonville ' NOW iVt-l- l Rhcumatism FLORIDA p ..,. Choice Home Grown Orchard Grass Seed GULF COAST RESORTS RAILROAD W. H. Higgins