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WIND WRECKS BIG BUILDING Break With Germany i m a ft ti K JOURNAL Vlf Vv r., Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Bird Feed By Barrel Friday, February, 2, 1917 Hustonville Tuesdays and Fridays DR. COX WILL BE BURIED HERE Improving Phone Plant I l 5 R. M. Newland, insurance man of Must Have Been Scattered Out On Crew of Men Here Putting In All Stanford was here early Thursday Unrestricted Submarine Policy Cable Distribution System Snow Around Dunnville morning to sec after the damage done Former Resident of Stanford Dies At Becomes Imminent As Result Of Her to the college building. Old Christian College At Huttonville II. T, Grcnthouse is the head of School had to be dismissed on acRipe Old Arc At Home of Son i The heavy snow did not destroy a crew of about a dozenatmen who are Washington, Jan. 31. Gcrmnny to the Practically Ruined By Windhns declared unrestricted submarine the quail in Kentucky, according to in Stanford doing some improving count of the damage done by tho In Jonesboro, Tennessee Wednesday night building on warfnre. storm Wednesday Night reports received by J Q. Ward, ex- work on the local Cumberland Tele- wind and rain. Provision will be A starvntion blockade of England, phone and Telegraph system. They made at nn early date so as to get Dr. C. A. Cox, for many years n the like of which the world never has ecutive agent for the Kentucky back to work. One of the most peculiar wind- seen, was announced to the world to Game and Fish Commission at Frank- are rebuilding the plant so as to resident of Stanford, died at an for all cable distribution, The cdllege is almost a total wreck. ourly hour Friday, at the home of his storms ever known In this section of day in notes delivered to American fort. Ho said the department is in- - with all open wire work dismantled Some of thc tin has been found a mile son, Charles E. Cox, at Kentucky practically demolished, the Ambassndor Gerard in Berlin and to to many farmers who helped except toll lines. The improvements from the building and bricks were Tenn., at the advanced Jonesboro, age of 70 old Christian College, now used as the State Department here by Count debted to feed the birds. The wardens did will cost in tne neighborhood ot 1,4,- - found several hundred yards away, vonrs. A tn bis nnnhniv. Tlnn. the graded and high school building ' von ncrnstorflf. vvv, it is understood, and win put Some damage was done to the houses iuty Collector Rowan Saufley, contain- lit Hustonville, unroofed several oth- Again the United States faces sev- all they could, but were unable to the Stanford plant in shape for bet of J. II. Yowell and Mrs. Helen Huff- ed the brief announcement of his de er structures and did quite a lot of eranco f diplomatic relations with cover the State. tcr service then ever before. mise, which did not come as a surother damage there about 8 o'clock Germany with nil its eventual possl- - mnn. Wray Powell, who has been "trouDistrict Game Warden Sam J, The telephone and electric light prise, for his health had been steadtvetincsuny nignc. ine miniature y- -' biiitios. President Wilcnn'u vnnnnf nil ' m" J.0'1 the local phone system wires were torn down by trees and ily declining since the death of his clone tnen iook a nop, snip ami u warnings of "a woild and Sec. Embry, here, is having some inter- -' uiiiisiunuu poles being blown across them. A wife a little more than five years ago. jump and flattened out about IB tel- rotary Lansing's "verge of war" esting aftermaths of the "feed the ephone poles nlong the Stanford and statement are being recalled in the birds ' order sent broadcast over tho jnjr on the local phone is now work- - large force of men were put to work Dr. Cox was born in Missouri, but Crab Orchard nikc. just south of capital tonight with feelings of ap state by the State Game Warden. place as trouble man system. His early Thursday morning to clear up came to Kentucky when a mere boy here will be the streets and get the wires out of and settled in Wayne county. He Rowland, and about 12 miles east of mchcnsion and misgiving When he received the wire from Mr. taken by Joseph Rose, who has hith- - the way. The mill roof was partly was reared on n farm but studied the scene of its otlior antics, bo jar Germany's action is the s ' b.?en wlth tnu crcw- - T's trans- - taken off nnd the barn of Uriah Dunn medicine, nnd was known as a very tlio .listrir-- nn.l ert will can be learned, beyond blowing si3 of an tl,ose that nave stjrred the Wm-i- l tn nhnnn down a number of trees and tearing American uovcrnment in two and a tell the farmers to feed the birds, he ,fergain a give Mr. Powell opportunity was greatly damaged. skilful surgeon in his younger days. to wider experience in the d Mrs. It. A..Llpps, of Danville, was When the Civil War broke out, he oft" limbs, no other damage of conhalf years of world war. so and told them ns per instruc- - pany's service. James Pickett thc guest of her parents thc first of joined the Union army and was made sequence was done by the Talk of peace and means of preto send in their bills. Last' 'lc.', ,son of Judge .and Mrs. W. A. thc week a surgeon with the rank of captain. tornado which raged, through this serving the peace of the world has June Reid was here from Danville Uo served throughout hostilities and section early that evening. gone glimmering. President Wilson, week he received bills from Dunn- - .!H"' ofi,.V.s ..!'. V9.cl.erk f thc Sunday. The old college building is practi-call- incredulous at first when the unoffi- ville, Casey county, amounting to a 0f this city, is one of its members. 'after peace was established, returned Will isavc was nere irom nurrous- to Monticcllo nnd tor many years a ruin. Luckily the force of cial text of Germany's warning was total of about $75. Mr. Embry says side. brought to him, at once called for the Sunday, burg ... practiced his profession. He mar- the wind struck it on the west STANFORD HONOR ROLL JJ. W. uunn went to ueuunon nisi ri,M Miss Helen Saullev. vouiurest Supt. S. S. Robinson, of the Huston- official document which had just been that he has fired the bills back, with sister of the late Judge M. C. Saulley ville high and graded school, makes presented to Secretary Lansing by the tho statement that $75 would feed Grade 1 Marie Bauman, Laura Saturday to deliver a fancy Pe ' and to them were born five children, Frank bis home with his family, in rooms German Ambassador. all the birds in thc four counties of James Craig, Joe Eads, Bessie Clay old Dignity Dare marc to uugn only one of whom survives to mourn in the northern part of the building, A cloud of deepest anxiety settled thc district the whole winter. Fnrris, Herbert Cover, Carl Lynn Nc- - ters, who bought her oi near Morcland. the loss of as kind and indulgent a and were uninjured when the west over the White House and the State tvius, Nancy Noe, Freida Robinson, Mrs. James Ellis and grandchil- father as lived, Charles E. Cox, now cud went down and the roof were Department. The President and his , i,wian vonuruenigan. torn o(T. The walls of the other por- advisers apparently were confronted Grade 2 N. Jones frcy Duncan, Theodore Cantrill, Win-- j dren have arrived home after a visit a successful business man of JonesCasey. . boro, Tenn. tion of the building, are warped so, with the greatest international probMary B. Foster, Sadie to relatives inWilliams has been Dr. O. S. they will all have to be lem which the European war had yet The bitterness of the Civil war it is said, that TnHii finmip Piirmnr. Ruin At.wi to his room for several days was, perhaps, more pronounced in rebuilt before the building is habit- presented. It was pointed out that Formerly Of McCrcary County, Buys j0,ies, Marie Kennedy, Ruth Masters, but is better at present. able or safe for use again. There President probably would not decide Richard Southard, Joe Turpin, E. P. with grip,Leigh sold a nice work mare Wayne and adjoining counties than Out E. C. Walton's Store B. W. anywhere else in Kentucky, due to was $2,500 insurance carried on the on a course of action without laying Woods. Adam Pence. building in the insurance agency of the entire situation before the CabiE. C. Walton, who embarked in the Grade 3 Ophelia Carroll Bailey, mule for $175. been confined to his the fact that those who espoused the Mr. net. The Cabinet will not meet in Less Ends has cause of the South were vastly in the "R. M. Newland, of Stanford, and grocery and meat business some two Zella Burnett, Josephine Behlen, minority. Dr. Cox's brothers-in-law- , Newland, states that settlement will regular session until Friday, but it months ago, buying out W. R. Willis Charley Blankenship, Beatrice Cam-- room for several days with grip. Murphy, C. L. .Ins. M. Saufley, who was killed in Mrs. J. S. Mr. be made promptly. was believed possible that the PresiSon, has sold out to Judge Harry enisch, Lucile Dunn. Lillie McCor-N- . Carter and wife motored through 18012, and Judge Saufley, were both and A portion of the big flour mill of dent might summon his lieutenants Jones, orginally of Campbells- - mack, Delia Mitchell, James Wednesday morning to Danville on Confederate soldiers, and were frethe Hustonville Milling Company was to the White House at any time. It but who moved here from Lon- - theny, Lewis Mershon, Charles Wllld alld was likewise pointed out 1)V the hoaW nnrnnfpil quently engaged bitter fights that the where he has lived the past year, teis, Margaret Traylor, Dolly Walls. business. Helen Burton, daughter of against the regimentinto which Dr. Cox Little tcleiihone wires and poles went President nearly a year ago promised Mr. Jones took charge Thursday, hnv- Grade Annelle Carson, Fred Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore Burton has an belonged, but after peace was restorin the wake of the storm, the damage1 Congressionnl leaders that he would ing invoiced the night previous. Black- - Baumann, James McCormack, Eunice of pneumonia. ed, they bee ame fast friends, and no being particularly severe out '';-- not break relations with (111 t U W" burn Huffman, who had charge of Pcpples, Welch nil b'uvn. Popples, Rowan attack Fontaine Owsley, a colored citi- man ever had a truer, belter friend villc street, going south lrom nus- n ation over qut.stions relating the meat department with Mr. Wal- - Saufley, Katherine Murnhv. Eflie W. died than the late Judge Saufley had in tonville. The wind cut several unus- th v 'McClary, Foster Reid Phillips, Flor zen, of the Hanging Fork section, .ir without first consulting ton,r..will continue with Mr. Jones. Tuesday morning of pneumonia. Dr. Cox. t i t ,, ,, ual capers, driving pieces of, t unber them It wug l)dicve(1 certain that . . ' ence I'eitus, T. .1 fl II PS VI14 II l(31flfn i P. fT Mrs. Thomas Best of New Salem, Some years ago, the deceased loand rafters from the school uuiuiinL t,e prt.silIent will cllll a ;oi,t session Creary county when that county was Smith. Sabra Valker. Travlor. Uatler Thelni'n Walls. ana of Congress and lay the entire matter guest in our town cated in Stanford and for a long ' was a business to the houses of I' . M. owei. 'Livingston. created and had the distinction of Irene while was a successful traveling salesM fir..t judge, having' Grade 5 Bell, Ma- r- Lee w! stuck there ltte ' bct,rM,u,.nV as to what thc C0UrSC beenR appointed countyGov. McCreary. Stone. Vada Matilda Olga C"meiich, Wednesday. D. N. liittenback. of Louisvile, a man, but age coining upon him, he lil;;e Th(, lecision bv Wallin, Hickory gave up his business and lived quiet re i rcentative of the Old pincushion 0I tne American government nan e that county is overwhelmingly Dorothy Trib b e, Sa'e K. K men i Wagon Co., of Louisville, has been a ly with his son until tho end came to '"'hm i,ThV0.TTnVi!,,Cn?thonrcsennMn. M,with the President, who, in the republican, it is hardly necessary to .Tamos Paxton, Phillip Lucile visitor of Fred Jeffers this week at 'him this morning. . lina, ,(otc Qn th Sus,ox cng(,f mUU that h(j wjw njjt n t.an()id.,u, w ,,k(1). Heights. Dr. Cox was a tcr. The tompeiatm. J "If it is still the purpose of the Im- - when an election for his successor was Grade (iMary Gilbert Powell theMiss Bettie Logan is back home af- - consistent memberdevout Christian, a of the Methodist past week has amply iieriiil Government to prosecute re- - held. IGuy Wallin, Frances Tate, Mabel Mrs. church and he yielded up the mortal to a u inn is, ai jCM,.k,ss nnd imhscriminnte warfare -- t"tr the variety ot Mrs. .Tones came down soon after Masters, Mary Dishon, Sarah Beck, tcr G. pleasant visit at her sister, Stanford. Weatherford life, firm in the faith of the true and against vessels oi commerce ny tne her Husband.1 had arrived and they are - J. i "" r n S. M. and Rowan Saufley, of btan- - living God, and in a benign belief in .! i'iii.i ill mnrri iii 'iT'i.tV..! nui in use oi suumannes wunout regard to living tor the present in the rooms Jessie Lee Sloan. Edd e Bruce Bauirh.i.i JI1 man. ford were here Wednesday on busi the everlasting joy of those who days can be imagined than wei c Unit(1(, States must consider over the store. Iheir children, who Grade 7 Lelia Cook Raney, ness. trust in their Savior. joyed here Monday and Jut sua y. a the ancrc, njl(, in,lispiltabie YUCS 0f are in will join them soon. laide Proctor, Margaret Pettus, Isa- Mrs. Shannon McKinney was a vis the wina intel.n.,tional law and tho universally The remains will be brought here hard ram bella W'avren, Allene Gooch, Mattie itor of Mrs. W. M. McKinney on West .. . .. .. v UV r;ic for interment, the funeral probab.ly ftiumi nfi ,!.,- nurhT "- to 'H'". BelYe 'Kincaid, Mary Francos Mn- D. A. R. TO ENTERTAIN cto , recognized dictates ot humanity, the almost being fn)m the honie'of Mr. "Saufley Main street. a drop in temperature GoV(!rnmellt of the Unit0(1 Stntcs is .,.,, f thl, At the moetincr nf ihn nniifhtPi-- of llen'' mnces Fish, Mary Katherine Mrs. Priscilla Brown, of Morcland, on Danville avenue. fi,nf Fr day morning, and a light coenngt . , , Joanna Uullou, Marjone Ual was a pleasant visitor Wedcnsday of the American Revolution Saturday fl0CKl:r ol snow over tne k"""" ,... the Imner:nl Gov...nmont aiternoon urther plans were discuss- ,, Thermometers are hovering aioumi p .,. Mrs. U. U. uunn. tier niece. 'WHISKY CAUSED THIS KILLING 10 above xero all day today. Should now Jmmcd.nW 'i"-stsl . Nath Lowry; about 25 year.. old, 'the living near valley View, Alai lison .. eiiect an aoaniionment oi us present ..... .,..,.. , .. '... .,' v." ' : V.W ' lilanKensin. Leathor Bowlimr. Sara ZVi.,- - .....i st. u "' " n!n,, "' V. " ."" i c 'M,.nw n,ll county, was placet in jail at Rich- Bright, Emily ., Mtl ..nr,ioi nrATu nf method of submarine warfare against !;.u"?m...."; Camenisch Lucile pro-nrovi- , , tnli-trrni- I g'thUfeWlT I , - i supcr-cri-n- ? f corn-di- small-size- d Trib-tion- s, v . six-year- ii . j aan-didg- e, Judge Harry con-line- d I & Ma-vill- e, hr Mas-do- n, in ! I 1 . 111 i . T. I "ft, u,t ix' 1 . I . i s Ixex-ns- . ,""" 1P",W: , , '." - I ! ! . 1 f 1TI ...... -- j Ade-L-hoo- l, i ,.i.;nn W . All.ertu Sloan. Guv Smith. Loiuse W"C. f old. According to Lowry. he gave the negro $1.50 Saturday" night with Waters, Lucile Waters. wt ":...:" " " .', " . "K..."" Freshman Mary F. Corminev. rV f Ji i which to buy a quart of whisky, and pun. :.:.. ,: Government of the United States con- - u V'4'',Y'' Nellie Davis. Marv Hill Garman. Ta- the negro failed to return. About 9 e l,itI,a ; i,''ti". Vie Gose Smith, Mary '" The iterirv Club wis organized 'loc next morning he met the succeV, of this. pillow and templates with the greatest reluctance- ;V.L." en the toward the n,V Pettu Jn crossinfr Sycamore street, in ! Pnttt.lwm Tnnni! Wi . she ut feels constrained to take in beflr u ?LC h liam Welburn, Robert Kevins, George "5.. :",r" ",'t ,? : le died half of humanity and the rights of , ? I.. hfBhon neBro section, and demanded the re- , M .. eni.m. neutral nations." h.vprvwhi-r- p turn ol his money. he negro, he sr.ys Hpvp.i F. Pains. ... V... "."., ",'V" ':....i oi -. ' . g siiwuyimcre.ui.0 NL.ap, J him with his fist. the UnittM, two hit back Sonhomore Hester B. Andei-.-onA ; L.,.. "' .i i r...t struckhis knife, striking He nog: ro in uom,,n .. ,",,!." ".,",'" VLi ' ci,o States delivered this ultimatum on u."1 , Mary Brackett. Sam Cniiir. Carrie M ,i"r?.V aiV LMn. with the ... t ' '.' ."""" '" ' ","",T,'.,,. ' At tiiocommun.iy.nm..v...w.T question of the use of submarines.t..:..t 4lM,"ridi-- " ivi i . viiiuuuiii. " '""" "i Dav s. Svlvia Farmer. Davis V,,ulk- - nun wuu icutLiwn. tho throat, inflicting a wound vk'hich , .. .. j..". ijiiu ii liic whs tie motner ui .um. '.. " ,, him ,, ner. v. i ' n. V. . ."" f v..... . killed ,,,,, ... almost instantly. Lowry '"' ,.V.i i.... '....:.. , Boyle's best known citizens in i.:.. ii .jiav ne le L.voiih.' .uariraivt ,ia- Richmond. JIH.1L- out .vaiii:i, ul v;,i,ie . lllo DMtherace of win i IJIU Uftf III nillJIIltll llll'D. ' &uiifta o l.uit. day, died in Danville Thursday, ' J"' ,;i,,....f,, Store, died Wednesday morning ati";'r ,"'. only removes all restrictions, but Junior' ranees Embry. Ihelma IUIS i.. i. "?t i.: llllU 1IU1II; ..ft,.-l - ir.n,r iiiiw.ss Tiiaiu" ...-: '"-- . ......"'. (llll-SOLD FINE BLOODHOUNDS , Charles Boler, n Confederate vet t' MI iwitnei TtMl iNiiiicy n.. ..iiii in, nf Hustnnv e. uirecis tne new suuin u inu i. iiiuminn eran, ormerly of Woodford county, ii.imis, Tl.1 uno mini rod a few years t....i...ll .u.u ......... H,.,i as belligerent against neutral as well Kinney, Gene Wood, Allie Russell CASEY COUPLE WED HERE, sold one of died at the Soldiers Home at Peweo FIs)h Annie v Crai crJnBUsh brI005 merchant It prescribes a EHbetl, Car-nLast Friday, Prof. Wm. Jones, son this week to alley Tuesday. ab'out the Entente nations M Bf(.k A notte Wearen,i rcd Mne U1. of Col. Q. R. Jones of the Yosemite Williams, of nI'nKto". J V.monthsr-'nPICTURE SHOW PARTY Miss Sallie Bet Bell, of Liberty, Clarence Singleton, Annie Rogers forbids all ships under penalty d a and Miss Sallie Estes were took the pup, sinking to keep out of that Mrs. John B. Foster gave a picture section in the bonds of matrimony in and John R. Woodrum, of Toledo, O., Powell, united old hi ch, ovci to Lex, "St"" oflicial were married in a department store Tilcre was no . question in Senior Henlev Cash. Joe T. Em- - show party Tuesday night to see this city. The bride is the daughter I .. livered her personally to ht Toy" complimentary to T. jbry, Matsy Grimes, Nellie that the submar- - at Uanville this week, Rev. w Wilson "Destiny's Dr. Ed Estes, deceased, graduate . 'J i ' l ...;!. tink .mi'iito .j,., uiiiiir Iik.I uunii in I in YtlT Ii IIVH May ollicinting, !..,,! uimi Im.f it run, Josephine iuatheny, J'attye i'or- Mrs. W. J. Boswell, of Shelbyville, of uwiv iui: ii.. from the Middleburg High School. ' ' in contradiction of the agree- kins, Belle Russell. Anna Green sister of Mrs. William Severance. Her home was at Q. R. Jones' for the old. Mrs. Maria Mr hiIlerrii g received $50 for her. at flatly laid down by the German Gov- - was found deadllavott. 80 vears Col- - Wood, Serena Young, Ferdinand A delightful luncheon was served at past . in her home at ill iw. few years. The groom is a far"The Princess" after the show. The mer and one of Casey's most efficient ment when it accepted the Sussex the1 Hustonville VT.bVrtan church Monday with her clothing par-- 1 theny. of the party were: Mrs. J. teachers. They have many friends who members " tially burned off. How her clothing B. Foster, Mrs. Alice Pickett. Mrs. wish them many happy congratulaOn Prhlov It was announced that became ignited is not known. ENTERTAINS AT TEA Engle-mnto Ger- President Wilson's answer A recapitulatioi. of Boyle county's On .Wednesday afternoon Mrs. II. P. M. McRoberts, Mrs. Annie couple left for Bow . ological Seminao. Miss Marv Bruce. Miss Sallie tion. s The young declaration of unrestricted assessment for the year 1917 by J. McRoberts delightfully entertain-Count- y ! n 11,...,, l.ol,.M f.c W ling urecn wnere uicgroom win iuku is has been decided upon but Assessor John S. Baughman,) vW'.'Y,' UI3. SCHOOL FOR DEAF warfare t ?"?"?" v" Vtrt! 7i Z snows an increased valuation oi mo ed at teaof in honor of Mrs. W.Hal-J.- tii I3USWU1I, ...... ir . u. TvJii...f a business course J. 'J,'. .V Shelbyville, and Miss Boswell, 18 years of lu' . . Mrs. R. T. Bruce, Mrs Turley, Mrs. ,WhIethe,r lt county's real and personal property lie Elkin, fl.i(',als tamy of Lancaster. The Auto story o im- EASTERN'S BIG OPENING age. j in to the walning ot a mobile Romance was the feature of William Severance, Mrs. J. L. Jan"c?oyU90yea f GulTny,'S Riffe, Mrs. J. II. Woods. The Eastern Kentucky State NoriS,li',,0l,!,ltic. Sa,nf the afternoon. The guests were: Mrs. M. mal School formally opened its winthe oldest poiim irf Cumberland .T. S. Rmiirhmnn. Atiss Mnn' Hrlicn. JSffWa nXnlly kille,LU ter term Monday with more than 700 FOR MRS. BOSWtLL county, is dead of senility at ner Mrs. E. C. Walton. Mrs. 1. B. Pax- room , in att, " nmainQA undisclosed the first flooi; and "t 'or 'iw teachers and home at Cloyd's Landing. Mrs. Cloyd ton, Mis. JU. U. kurly, Mrs. K. t. Mrs. Win. Severance gave a theatre tendance .President T. J. Coatcs deonly a few minutes before her Uteless familiarly known as "Aunt Jiyie" brace , t Thllrs,iy night in honor of d truest, Mrs lurley, ot Willi m t lim v was lounu. """. address of welcome to the livered was the founder of the famous "Cloyd Richmond, Mrs. T. W. Jones, Mrs. J. ,gt Mass j, 15oswei, 0f student the Dr. J. D. Bruner, late MrB women she had been playing and it is body. Place," of Red Boiling Springs, Tenn. C !MyB r'?rC1n-hShelbyville. The picture was "Silks president of Daughters College, who thought that she rnised the window, She is suruvived by one son, one llmPout',Ll'a-n,(:0?.I,S- ,A1iVu Satins." After the show a delici- - takes the chair of English vacated Of Beautiful Hair, and sitting down to cool, lost ner Mrs. ' daughter and a legion of grand and ett, of Mrs. J. N. Saun ous salad course was served at he by She was the daughter of R. G. Stott, assumed his duC. Miss W. Monday. The attendance is the Soft, Glossy, Wavy A butcher shop in which horse ders, Mrs. J.Mrs. Bailey.Tate. Ophelia Princess." The guestsB. were Mrs.Miss tiesProf. Rachel Sowders, of Knox county. C. E. Lackey and Foster, C Shanks, Mrs. J. largest in the history of the school meat is sold exclusively has been DAMAGE SUITS DEFEATED Susan Fisher Woods, Mrs. W. J. Bos- and the employment of additional inBottle Destroys Dandruff opejied in Harlem. A sign over the 10 damMrs. C. structors has been necessary. well. Mrs. A. II. Severance, The L. & N. Railroad won the shop reads: "Horse flesh for sale E. Tate, Mrs. J. S. Rice, Mrs. T. A. age suits against it in the FranklinAnd Doubles Beauty Of Your here." Round and sirloin steaks are b. BcnntRice. Mrs. P. M. McRoberts, Mrs II. Best Laxative circuit court brought by . Scantland quoted at 12 cents n pound, while Your Hair nufley, Bad Cold? J. McRoberts, Mrs. S. M. Ida, Mary and Bryon land. inferior cuts sell as low as 0 cents a Bowels Mrs. C. Hays Foster, Miss Mary Liver in which each plaintiff asked damages pound. Horse meat frankfurters reNose Stuffed Bruce. of $2,500 for iillness alleged to have.. - I.. hrt urni Within ten minutes after an appli- tail at 10 cents a dozen. been caused o.v suiyihkawaiting the cation of Danderine you can not find .'A bill to permit women to vote in Don't Stay Constipated, Headachy, tion at Stanford, while claimed the a single trace of dandruff or failing all Texas primaries, which in effect News of the Churches Thov "Pnpe's Cold Compound" End Colds :..i r ,i Bilious, With Breath Bad Or virtually complete woman heated and that they hair and your sculp will not itch, but would be as the primaries are equivaUsual services will be held at the station was not And Grippe In A Few suffrage, what will please you most will be afStomach Sour contracted colds. Several local Baptist church Sunday morning and Hours as witnesses in ter a few week's use, when you see lent to election, was introduced in pie went to Frankfort even inc. new hair, fine and downy growing the Texas State Senate recently. Presbyterian Church, Sunday, Feb. No odds how bad your liver, stomthese cases. confiSponsors of the bill expressed all over the scalp. Take "Rape's Cold Compound" evbowels; how much your head 4 Sunday School at 9:55; Morning A little Danderine immediately dence that it would receive tho nec- ach or how DR. GANFIELD HERE TONIGHT doubles the beauty of your hair. No essary mujority vote. and uncomfort- Service at 11; C. E. Meeting at 0:30 ery two hours until you have taken aches, miserable you are from a cold, constipa- at the Christian church; Evening three doses, then all grippe misery to reA Christian Endeavor Day will be difference how dull, faded, brittle and covercontract pleaded in a suit Richie, able indigestion, biliousness and slug- service at 7 o'clock. tion, $500 between Peyton your cold will be broken. It celebrated by the two C. . societies scracrirv. lust moisten a cloth with Tho Methodist church will hold all goes and gish bowels you always get relior draw it church this, Fri- Danderine nos at the Presbyteriano'clock. President through yourand carefully one small Democratic nominee for Jailer in with Cascarets. Sunday. Sunday promptly opens your cloggod-uregular services Knott county in 1913, and H. Cody, hair, taking day, evening at 7 Don't let your stomach, liver and school at 9:30; preaching 10:15 and tri's and tho air passages of the head; , and pop- strand at a time. The effect is amnz-in- g his Republican opponent, by which W. A. Ganfiold, tho brilliant G:30. A stop3 nasty discharge or nose runyour hair will bo light, fluffy Cody resigned tho nomination just bowels make' you miserable. Take 7 P. M.; Epworth League ular president of Central Univeristy. the or and wavy, and have an appearance of before thc election on promise of be Cascarets .tonight; put an end to tho meeting of all he, officers of Sun- ning; relieves tho headache, dullness, Danville, will deliver tho address headache, biliousness, dizziness, ner- church, is desired ot 2 o'clock abundance; an incomparable lustre, ing Richie's deputy, and receiving feverishness, sore throat, sueezing, thc evening. Everyone i3 welcome. half the salary, was denounced by tho vousness, sick, our, gnssy stomach, day afternoon. softness and luxuriance. soreness and stiffness. buying bad cold, offenive breath" and all other bottle of Knowlton's Court of Anneals this week as Get a Quit blowing Don't stay stuff CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS your inside organs PICTURE SHOW PROGRAM und snuflling. Ease your throbbing 4,200; strong; Danderine from any drug store or and selling a nomination "immoral distress; cleanse Hogs Receipts bile, gases and constipated your and illegal." Richie had posted Sbuu of all the Tonight "The Perils of Paulino" head nothing else in the world gives packers and butchers $12,0012.35; toilet Iscounter, und prove thatany on the banrain. which was loaned out matter which Is producing the misery. as and sou as comedy, "The Two sucn prompt renei as -- rapes iom common to choice8.50 11.35 ;pigs hair If hns pretty noirlected or iniured by the holder. Richie recovered means health, nappi-tips- s No. 13; Two-rebox A I Im f Iwu'ii uompounu, wmen cosia oniy so cenis and lights ?7.5011.50. Cattle-Rec- eipts by careless treatment that's all ml a clear head for months. All O'clock Train. ii judgment against the maker of' tho Saturday Two reel Thannouser,' ai any urug store, u acis wunout us- 700; steady; cows $6.00a forget druggists sell Cascarets. Don't Terror," Comedy with sistance, tastes nice, and causes no 7.75; culves strong ?G.00eplJ.7u. .....i i.... ir u if .... ...in !..u their little insides need 'The Black thi o ,.,ui.' ,i;,...tin.i tn suatui.. u iimiiri-u- i Inconvenience. Accept no substitute. 'Jerry", Mutual Weekly. Sheep Receipt 100; steady; lambs 1 gentle cleansing, too. 10-to his petition. little Danderine. steady. ; ' ue.cn tneve im-- . ,l DC(,1 : .." TOt.r Wi '1 ''iiS sts ""Krr' ji. -y . .&t ,.,, ,, ssiKHs; 'STr'rWn uy .. I ". . . states can have no choicL l)llt to sever diplomatic relations with the German Empire altogether. This action the . -".. s? uuj . b ".":"""'': ,"""" i L:"1' l""t'",. ".."" ': 1 "" "".: ,..,... v,"r T' " .. "cu",0. " s.sks-- I s .fX "'. "?'"" . : u " s. .r- '" isJiETsar. ss? srt ,.H v,..i a" r- kill- - k'eavs "T'l'.ZZT i'A"r:. miu Y' ,",' n,' .rV,: ..;.! ne-th- ..- hfr rtul lw 1 , ' v. -- I i. . - , ,;,.' TTl I VT - I .; &V "bar-houn- "" '" - . . 111 hi-- - - Ma-umb- ia rtinDykTofp'esfean K ; n. m.rn at I I EiiWmffi .; - I I fii5 I Mc-K- ShvaA GirlsIHave A "JZ ,elat-io!,- would-be-teache- bill-mic- e. - 1 n. i 25-Ce- Cent "Cascaret" For And Headachy . . - And ii-ii- ' p 25-ce- nt cd-u- 10-ce- nt el I I 1V-- 1 Page Two The Interior Journ.il, Stanford, Kentucky: Crab Orchard Friday, February, 2, 1917 uEATS HIS ALARM CLOCK TO IT NOW Pressman Jumps Out o! Shirley Clover and Mrs. Margin et of Lexington, and Miss Ruth McCollum . of Junction, weie the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace (lover, this week. weather pre- Beautiful spring-likailing hole this week aril the ladies are talking of spring lints, Gov or, e itnsaavs l.v c,... ,,, " () , i I Bed Willi Old Time Vigor, TANLAG GAVE HIM NEW ENERGY ear Mrs. Kittle Thompson and Miss Tnn-n- a went to Mt. Vernon Tuesday to see Mrs. Poynter, who remains very ill. Mrs. Thompson has been with her fqr some days. Mrs. Kate Magee is not so well, in her right sulfering from an ab-ce- ss 4, -- ,$ 11 & IL- - JJ .(J Ulrj I .- - When the nlaim Hoik rang thin morning Htl you bound out of cat ;i good brenkfnut ami "lit" and rondy for your work 7 Not if you felt like Edward K. ln-i- l, e Schwandt, T'fMl 'I'liiniia :ivt low with pneumonia. Homy Hi ooks, of Lebanon Junction was here on business Tuesday. Rev. Cleie of Wilmoro, preached two line sermons at the Baptist church Sunday. It is to be regretted that he will not be able to give the church hero two Sundays as they agieeil to, us his time will all be tak en in W union- - anil tne cnurcn win have to look elsewhere for a pastor. Re. Penis will pieach at the Chrisnight. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at the Baptist church. Teachois' Ti airing Class Thursday night at the Christian chinch. The Baptist Ladies Aid met last week with Mrs. Mabel Perkins and a lino evening was enjoyed. They have a large membership of earnest vvoik-ei- s and are getting ome mighty pretty woik done. On Mondav afternoon the Ladies Aid of the Chiistian chuich gave a miscellaneous showc to the pastor, Rev. Pel vis and wife. Twenty-fiv- e of the members were nrosent and such a supply of good things as they hi ought! Things useful as well as eatables, were included. Later in the afternoon of the same day R. L. Collier came with a large basket of the finest potatoes and a gallon bucket of laid. As Mr. Collier is a member of another church his donation was doubly appreciated by the pastor and his wife. Rev. Per-vi- s gave a beautiful expression of thanks to the Aid and piayed a most appropriate praver. I hey are very giatful to all who so kindly remem-beie- d them. day for Cincinnati to lesume his woik tlieie. He had a most pleasant stay with his pirents and friends hole, who regretted to give him up. Thomas Hay.s Bionaugh accompanied him as far as Lexington. Henry Mes-e- r and wife and James Messer. Jr., were in Stanfoul Friday and Satin dav, the guests of Mrs. Wilcher. Mesdames Mollie Collier and Jennie Tatcm went to Lexington Monday to see Mis. Bogie. Miss Lizzie Carson was called to Ilrodhead Monday to be at the bedside of a siek brother, who is very 1 rV in v4 Mi l -, ' Let's Us Good Folks Stick Together yT mfimmiL: ' f5QiT;T'ftc a i. ? 11 "M..V i ji r aj'i- - f uv tian chuiih Sunday morning and "The last eai- was a trving one for me. My health had been steadily on the down gi.tde. Often it would he 1 or 2 oVloek befoie could go to sleep. I got up in the morning almost as tiled a v hen I went to lied "During the day my .stoniaih both 01 ed nie After euting I had a heavy bloated feeling. was tiled all the time and didn't have anv ambition. M ncive weie npet M bod achut. At turn1 inv leer weio so son I coti'd haidly bear mv weight - EDWARD E. SCHWANDT. miis, Cleveland, ued to feel. Here is the tory in his ov.n words; I'm mighty glad I was born a real Southerner. Just suppose I had been an Eskimo, or an Indian, or something with rings in my nose and ears! I wish you could see my home it is so 1 clean and bright and cheery and wholesomethe finest, whitest, healthiest tobacco factory in all the world. I am called SOVEREIGN King of Them All! But my middle name is Smoke, friend and all over the South my loyal friends are with me, because John Stephenson, Jr., left Tues- 1 I'pon thei i. I "I lou'dn't get lebef. Fin-il'- . tried Tanlac and right then and the o 1 began to get butter. My woiii.' are all over now. I go to bed in M. never wake up until morning. ache-- . hae leTt me. I have a splendid appetite and am able to satisfy i too, no food disagrees with mv .stomal h. "I am glad to say a good won! foi Tanlac and honestly believe that it will .1o for other people what it ha done for me." I am good and proud of my Southern birth. My mother is from Virginia and my father is from the Carolinas. 1 was born and raised down here among you all. Yes, sir Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stanford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. Coleman, Proprietor. Tan'ac can now be obtained in following nearoy cities: Morelar.d, Ab- aham Minks; Hustonville, Adams Hi os ; McKinney, True & Co.; Joe McWilliams; Middlebuig, W. C. Hryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne iios. ; Biodhead, John Robins; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, J Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. A. Horton. Kllis-t-uig, STIFF, SORE MUSCLES RELIEVED Cramped muscles or soieness following a cold or case of grippe ai'e eased and lelieved by an application of Sloan's Liniment. Does not stain the skin or clog the poies like mussy ointments or plasters and penetrates quickly without rubbing. Limber up your muscles after e.ei cise, drive out the pains and aches of lheumatism, neuralgia, lumbago, strains, sprains and bruises with Sloan's Liniment. Get a bottle today. At all Druggists, 25c. You Folks You Folks of the South KNOW good blood! of the South KNOW good tobacco! every one of you. Give me a chance I want you all for my friends good. And don't forget see how I make Mt. Moriah The Only Keeley Institute The entire community was wrapped in gloom early Monday morning, when the sad news swiftly spread that the Death Angel had come into the home of Sherman 'Wat-fieland taken fi om his bosom a loving wife and mother. To know Mrs. Warlield was to. love her and many f l iends and aio made sad at her taking away. She was faithful member 20-Yeof the Mt. Monah church, also a regular attendant and her presence will in sums of $2,000 or more. No loan be gicatlv missed by this congregafee chaiged. Phone or Write tion. "Weep not dear husband and chilihen, she is not dead but sleepeth" D. A. She cannot come to you but you can Lancaster, Ky. go to her. May the God of heaven and eaith bless each one of you and help you to he piepaied to be l with wife and mother in that City "not made with hands, eternal and in in ar Buy me. 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 keepiner his word, and I have given you mine. I - ,XKy rS ,.. vf.fc23- FARM LOANS Sovereign Cigarettes FOR THE GENTLEMAN OP THE SOUTH t THOMAS Kentucky For any infoimation apply to J. B. WILLIS Crab Orchard, Kentucky ,r-- T? THCoIRi'TlJLE Mffl&M. REMEDYFORMEN. AY YOUR DRUGGIST. UUKOUHVmfHUUIKtWll i CASH for ACCOUNTS We get you cash on Accounts, Notes, Claims, by collecting quickly in United States. Collection guaranteed or no chaiges. : : : : ; MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Somerset, Ky. any-vvheie To the Public: gj j 1 ii 7"' irt! r 1' limit in ru tin in miuMirill i ullll llm I'tlllff ur (IoiIiik t'lvri iiw tin' ariiunUKV mi; ( r U nut u iiruiliral tailor, If you uvi-"in kIiii will iMU' hid uur nrilir, I "ill piomlsi' you a ilul Vnu will cit It"' uortli of "ir Miiar iiiiiiii), i illivr in t In- - ilitiiiittt cradik or (lie .My I'M I. ami WINTKK luiihir I'm i I in u( iw now nuily for your In- (.pillion I"'t made li. prima Hit- lurctit nnd 111" i.ounlrv tlutliuii: lioiiw in I .. My , 'LMtiiya. Ill l'n r uml III - the heavens." Mis, Carey Eppeison has been veiy sick, but is better at this wiiting, we are glad to say. Mrs. Alice Haugh and son, Chas. Dunaway sold their faim to Gene Hutchinson foi 800. Mr. Dunuway will go to Indiana. , Mrs. Gene Hutchinson and children were pleasant visitors of Mrs. Burton Spiles Tuesday. Mis. B. D. Hiatt spent the day with Mrs. Joe Gerkey last Sunday. Misses Lucile and Margueiite Has-tispent the day with Misses Viola and Lillian Hiatt last Sunday. Hev. Masters pi cached at Mt. Moriah last Sunday and night, witli a very good attendance. He will preach every fouith Saturday and Sunday Warlield. this year. iviiss Mary Hoone and her brother, Mrs. J. II. Boone and Mrs. C. L. Clyde spent the day with their n were in Stanfoul Tuesday uf- - ter, Mrs. William Dunaway of shopping. foul on last Sunday. Misses Toy Ilutchinhon and Verda ' The younj; folks spent a pleasant Flanery spent the day with Miss Co- - social evening with Miss Lucile Bas-iBastin at Uncle Alfoid Bautjh's tin last Thursday niuht. last Sunday. Aunt Eljjie UuurIi is profi jj, q. Young will begin at this writing. vk!3 Saturday afternoon, Feb. 3rd. k Aunt Mary Young has been very and will sing each Satuiday and but is better at this writing. Uny afternoons. mis. I'onzo uorry was tne guest ot m1s Willie Hoiton and children her mother, Mrs. Chas. Warfield on visited her sister, Mis. T. D. Bastin last Sunday. lecently. - jW??t&m&? Miss Josie Wat field came home Mrs. T. D. Bastin was the guest of Louisvillo Tuesday to be at the fiom HOUKBON REMEDY CO., burial of her aunt, Mrs. Sheimnn hor sister, Mrs. Jeff Burleson Sunday. Le.tlnctou, Ky, , n Jtinp cfSfi&m, ae& t 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 Stun-teinoo- HERE'STHEHOG u scr-bett- er Sun-sic- to be given for the first child, and othei sums for each succeeding child, is soon to be intioduced. There is sure to be an inci eased biith-iatin consequence. How often have we heaid a father or mother say: "Yes we should so much like to have another child to grow up with this one but we cannot atrord it. It will take all the money we can save to give this one a start in life." The feeling c of financial lespoi.sibility for their childt en is deeply rooted in French parents. Here is an idea that Americans might well think about. But it is only one of the unusual pieces of news we find in the curient issue of Haper's Bazar. As a journal which brings you the latest and most interesting news from all countries, Harper's Bazar is without rival among American magazines. ?"1f "Insidt" Information About Eeztma out and strengthen your blood, anl tho annoying and disfiguring eruptions of tho skin will disappear, and you will soon feel healthy and vigorous again. S. S. S. being purely vegetablo, is entirely free from all "dope" and drugs; get it at your druggist's and insist upon tho genuine. For free, expert advice, write to our Medical Department, Swift Specific Co., 307 Swift Bulldinsr, Atlanta, Ga. DI TDI CV .UKUrLLI Call now am I.nc.obcd find photo of hoir that was cured of cliolern will) youl Jkmrbcii I loo Cholera Rem. rJy. Thli) ho,; was almost before Mklng Practical Tailor llio innllclnc, and then was rntlrrly curt1, ears, tall, etc. '1 he hoi; Is owned by htasiuuii. Kv. Mr. llgwllne drcon, K. lit me kliow you. will failles Kv.ini;. cfyou a tctlmoufal, and Ho, wo to glad to eivu cjiiL'ct bovuraltnore If you v ant tin"" Uc-a- R. M. NEWLAND JENKINS-SUULKT- DHUO CO., UowllncrUrccn, Ky It. Ask Your Drurjflist Headquarter for Beit t7-- i . i r i r Sold By FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE tHODCyoup!jy,ugn..na,a,,o, guaranteed (noney THE PENNY DRUG STORE Stanford, Ky. Phone 16S and 45. E. R. Colemn, Prop. Stanford, Ky The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Office of 1 (or I (mWfiCtD HW'O'Mi) 1 F.NnS CATARRH. ASTHMA 1 HYOMEI , Washing the skin, rubbing salves and lotions on it, will not cure your Eczema. You may temporarily relieve the constant itching, but if you want to get at the seat of tho trouble, you must purify your blood. i Infected blood is dangerous, and French Mothers To Be Subsidized when tho watery sores und pimples Hui pur's Baz.ii for February says.: appear, you should lose-- no time in dnu nf Hu. mnKt remurknble results procuring a bottlo of S. S. S. f?h;Va7 i3"a plan in France for This great lemedy, which was disM1Mdizing motherhood. A bill which provides for a certain sum of money covered over fifty years ago, will wash The Iowa House of Rorresentutives has adopted a resolution submitting to n lefeiendum vote a constitutional amendment pioviding for Statewide piohibition. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: 2 Friday, February, 2, Page Three tl BVOTissixrim n 3D3MHSfsG3fiQBSSnn2' I MID WINTER -- tjivSKA?i-xKradaBrawa-v-- '. ti ' 9 I i BPjksDIB IMw Plflll "zsxssisbsmuss, aaogiiBaigEcaggEaBgBassB m $ idiSs " &W &? gj R2ZK' and Continuing to Saturday Night, February fM A cflv& aie, isEdsttiBEnSitftSl ill m 1 rw M Ml m estai ct sk a sk K Wi ZSSSEtoiAA&i b4rcrj5' ft manufacturers are advancing prices by leaps anl bounds owing to the millions of dollars worth of merchandise now under contract for the warring nations and the heavy demands of the South American countries for American made products, has created the greatest scarcity of merchandise ever known or anticipated by the business men of the United States At this time, when ve are marking, during this sale, all kinds of merchandise at the lowest prices that will be named this winter, and when all the ' I HISi A Sloes Prices Big kT 4T &&1.ML (p . Air 'A & jJC? w5 7SS 3 p? s?5V IWJh. FJUJ WJ vS fczri M J& JH fcl v 7 Git on Rubber F ootwear Vc carry "Ball Band" Iiht weight rubbers for struet wear. a-- IS, ''...':.v o Thoy are Ball Band quality nnd e made in all sizes, and in many different stylos. Ball Band Rubber Footwear is a Thai's why Conuinc case of the best boing the ciioopest. this store carries only V "u ) Kinds Everybody in Lincoln county knows the condition of tha leather market today. Leather is higher than at any time since our Civil War and still advancing. We are a little overstocked on some lineo that will he sold for less than manufacturer's cost. MEN'S SHOES DRESS SHOES Shoes, now...' Shoes, now Shoes, now Shoes, now Shoes, now Shoes, now Siiocs, now Shoes, now Shoes, now iej, now $2.00 $7.00 $6.00 $5.00 $4.50 $4.00 $3.75 S3.S0 53.00 $2.50 $6.35 $5.55 $4.55 $'1.10 $3.70 $3.35 S2.70 .$2.20 $1.85 $io.- -u WOItK Shoes, Shoos, Shoes, Shoes, $2.50 Shoes, Shoes, $5.00 $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 SHOES now now now now now now $4.60 $3.75 $3.25 $2.75 $2.25 $1.85 BIG REDUCTION ON ALL Men's and Boys' HIGH TOP SHOES oi'ercoais .made hy the American 'Woolen Mills and ether large manufacturers devoting their plants to making army blankets and heavy woolens for soldiers in Europe, hi consequence, woolen materials have advanced in price and are still advancing. The Suits we offer ?re all wool, cheviots and worsteds, in browns, blacks, greys and bhies; hand tailored, well be sold under a strict guaranKnc. tee of beinr, all wool. But we must make room for giving Goods, hence these prices: There is a scarcity of A wooiens for suits and ffirtel BAND Black Boot $3.25 V. A. C. Boot $4.00 V. A. C. Extension Sole, $4.10 White Boot $4.50 Coon Tail Black ArcMe V. A. C. Arctic .. V. A. C. Red SoI Arctic Heavy Sandal $1.35 and $1.50 2.Buckle Felt cassi-rnere- s, $3.10 $4.00 $1.85 $2.35 $1.25 $2.38 ( ". v 'fr-ior- S . 1 Furnishing G Men's Men's Men's Man's 50c 35c 25c 13c Sox, Sox, Sox, Sox. now now now now 40c 25e 20c 10c LADIES' SHOES $4.00 Shoes, now. ' $3.00 Shoos, now $2.00 Shoes, now $(i.C0 Shoes, now MEN'S $4.00 $2.85 $1.95 ...$1.50 BOYS' KNEE Fit ll.'v . :: HON ow $5.00 $3.00 $2.35 $1.75 $5.00 Shoes, now $3.50 Shoos, now $2.50 Shoes, now $1.75 Shoes, now Suits and Overcoats $10.03 values, now..." $7.5? $9.5. $12.53 values, now $15.03 values, now $11. 7 J $18.5!) values, now ...$12.5 $13.5f $18.50 values, now $20.0.) values, $22.53 values, $25.0:) values, $27.53 values, ' Suits mi Overcoats $7.00 $6.00 now now now Mats $3.00 Hats, now $2.45 $2.50 Hats, now $1.85 $2.00 Hats, now $1.55 $1.50 Hats, now $1.25 $1.00 Hats, now....85c All 50c caps, now 35c All $1 caps, now....70c . into l.l! ..Tv MMm "n" TK"i - - Full assortment of JOHN B. STETSON HATS quality, at $3.35 $4.00 AH 7m09ft&;ir Ji tLtrSt k now now now now S7.50 values, f'3.50 values, $5.00 values, $4.00 values, $14.5 $3.50 values, $17.5' $3.00 values, $18.5: $2.50 values, $22.5. $2.00 values, ' $10.00 values, now $8.00 values, now Men's Heavy Fleece SHIRTS AND DRAWERS SOc valuos, sow 40c OUTIo . HT IOW . $1.00 vi! 50c vfe!ui w new now now now now Coat Sweaters Men's Raincoats For Men nnd Borys $1.00 $1.50 vcluns, now 75c $1.00 values, now 40c 30c values, now $10 00 Raincoats, now $5.00 Raincouu, now $6.50 Raincoi. j, now $4.00 Rainco.. i, now $7.75 $3.95 $4.85 $3.00 aincoats $5.75 BOYS' UNION SUITS $2.00 Gloves, now $1.". ' $1.;0 Cloves, now Ribbed and Fleeted $4.75 $1.25 Gloves, now $1.00 fQe 0e $1.00 Clovot, now. $3.75 SOc values, now 10c Canvass Gloves. at .9c $3.00 OVERALLS $2.75 $1.35 Overall, now.. $1.25 NECKWEAR Overall, wow. $2.50 $1.15 Overalls, now .. $1.00 25c NecktsM, nw.... 19e ..SSc 50v Neckties, now.. 3c $2.00 11.00 $1.65 AH Boys' Misses' and Children's Shoes At Reduced Prices in this Clearance Sale T CLOVES " . . Hats are this son's styles sea- BW& uinr- - WOOL SHIRTS Shirts, now $2.00 Shirts, now . . .. 91.SO Shirts, now $1.2S 85c Skirts, now WORK SHIRTS SHIRTS DRESS SHIRTS $3.75 $4.85 Shirts, now $2.50 $3.30 Shirts, now $1.25 Ji.OO Shirts, now $1.50 Shirts, now $i.ia 00c $1.00 Shirts, now , SOc now . 75c Shi.-ts40c t0c oh'rts, now.. $2.50 Sl'.OO For Doys $4.00 Raincoats, now $3.00 $3.30 Raincoats, now $2.50 $3.00 Raincoats, now $2.00 Bags and . . . Mackiisaws tr $10.00 vilua-t-, $7.00 $8.50 vr1us ... $0,150 $5.50 $7.50 values co s .. v.-- i MEN'S PANTS SG.50 Boys' Pants .$1.25 8Sc . $15.00 value, now $13.1 $10.00 value, now $3.1 $7.50 valv.ei, now .. $6 75 $3.00 values, now ... $4.50 S2.no $2.50 values, new. $1.30 values, nuw. $1.25 Suit Cases values, now. $3.50 vt.lues, now $2 00 value, now $1.00 value, now ;.r.O $U30 value, now $.5'. '.ilues. now $11.00 . . ..$7.25 $5.75 $3.00 $1.63 83a 9S.00 $1.50 ?4.0 $1.00 6T a.7R Paatt Pants. ...$5.00 Panto ...$3.85 Pants ..$3.7 j Pants $3.25 $2.75 ! $2 03 Pants $1.E0 Panls. $1.00 PHU- - $2.50 $300 Pants 2.ro Pants. ..$2.00 . Sl.fO $2.00 $1.78 $1.00 Pant.. "0c Pants ... Pants Pants $130 Pants .$1.05 $1.35 ..$1.20 ... S8 40c Opportunity- Vhen a buying public has a chance to buy from our large stock, such a won darfui display of clothing, hats, shoes, aid furnishings as we are offering. No cheap merchandise bought for the occasion, but these arc the same dependable goods that you get at this store the year around. ( Tiger lirand , V. "v.iJt. 49a 'WHILE OTHERS TALK VALUES, WE GU.V .sTEE THEM" 9 Jt fcamf ord's lilLIa 2 eSfto a Cfe "S'WlCJi y PMTI I TP m Biggest Stanford, Ky. gWMTirtinr-"wFglWBi- ,...mmiTr'"',,I'tWt"''TmffFOTg''T'mm'cmL'; nirr titTiriirBefwrfrnrfrrrTT7rnitnwr.rriiiTrraiBTiasenTirriri-ivf- ::::::::: Hmnrnisntnfc. , The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: The Interior Journal 8. M. Friday, February, 2, 1917 Earn Saiti.rt EntTon AKn rRorr.ir.Ton IM VfliJLi I j I I ! ' finltrrd nf Ihr ftnulrfliiif ii Slnntnrtl. Ku I f Nl 111 Subscription Rates $1 BO 1 k, r inr n n.iili l.nil Twice n wrrk, for 8 month Twirt ii week, for 0 nnntln 7f 40 Twipp n vri'k, for 3 month' 1.00 lie yiar Once a unU, citlior nrp pnkli in nuxnnpp to .,- - nn All! Snlisrfinlionn .. , pir Mop' when tirip for wnpn it t paid, is up I iw more DAYS to cnrl! in our lin i t jr. . . liii, .... "J y. .'.M,WlS ..........-- . ' M Depea 8vl1f"7 a n n hi 11 wczsasam ViWhU In .. Politicnl Announcements. TIip Interior .Tnuriinl l anthorlipil to nn- notinpp thp fnllnviwj pimliilntP" for office mliicl to thp ppniocrntlp prlmiry Hip (lot 3nt- r rnph rnnntv ofllpp l $1(1; for district of- firp, $1.", for ritv or migMrrlnl ofTlcp $5. No nm.ni i ntcnt will lie mmlo until fro Ii paid in mlrnncp.) riliv In .wiziit, 1 B1 7 f Annriinrpmrtit fpp You'il take a chance on an unknown scarf or collar or some other trinket of dress-- but why on a suit of clothes that costs more and means more? Why not march straight to this store and see our 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 trouole, makes you a member. If you cannot come personally ask a friend to H. CLAY KAUFPMAN For Sheriff .1. II. LIVINGSTON. M. S. HAUOIIMAN W. S. DRYE. For County Judge M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE For County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY. For Slate Senator JAY W. HARLAN Acller s Collegian U otiies and BE SURE of the utmost in and tailorship? a style-valu- e make the deposit for you. You will be glad next For Representative II. G. SKILES. For Jailrr V. A. 'CARSON. Christmas that were a member. you GEORGE F. DEI30RDE DINK FARMER For Assessor J. N. CASH .'tiB IvJ- A"-V- J PI J ?&? 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 "I think the baby has your hair. ma'am," said the new nurse, looking pleasantly at her mistress. the lady, "Gracious!" exclaimed glancing up from the novel, 'Run into the nur.sery and take it from her. She will ruin it." YWsm', g! - "1 Ljl reachersvine Rigshy, of Snnoitn, Mr. Frank Arizona, has not returned yet as he ' was contemplating. Recently he was injured while operating his well drilling machinery, but not seriously. Paul Finch, proprietor of the ' Drake's Creek Stock Farm, has one of the neatest looking bams in the, tnst win, painted red. .1. F. Payne, our former blacksmith, has located at Rowland. He sold his home here to .1. M. Luns-for( d. shop Remember, this is a "money-backanything you buy here, whether it be Collegian Clothes, umbrella, kerchiefs, hat, waistcoat, etc., is guaranteed in every way. Men who appreciate a DEPENDABLE SHOP, deal here. 'We still have a few Overcoats left, which we are offering at reduced prices." - A MERRY CHRISTMAS ENROLL AT ONCE McRoberts FAMILY AVOIDS CENT -A-WORD l& O&lIfi'V' ADS I "W .A. Linco 111 V oim ty ationai ran k -- r "Corner Next to Court House" 133231 E2EX2K STANFORD, fcOEXKfszscssssszizrziTzm KENTUCKY r'Ti'wi'nT wrzi nrir7Ty,y.TrajM7rry.iTissv?rnT?ryA'1 tt-,-j- j I Up-to-Da- te I J& JLirik &3 &2$ jblU 3 -- AT- The LI ncom J. W. ACEY, Proprietor rnarmacy Stanford, Kentucky Dr. W. N. Craig, Optician BAUGHMAN'S "HEN FEED" We are making a mixed feed for chickens front clean wholesome grain and feed, proportioned to make an ideal food for the fowls. Here i'j the Mixture: Cracked corn, wheat, buckwheat, sugar cane seed, oats and barley. All fecd no waste in it. Try some now you will like it. $2.50 per 100 lbs. J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, . KEN TUCKY The I. J. is only $1.50 a year twice a week; $1 for once a week. derson to spread thus causing the roof to collapse. Its repair will be a considerable job. Disappears Our friend, John Richardson, runs in a streak of bad luck. Late last fall while out on his farm at work No One In Stanford Who Has A Bnd he had the misfortune to get his foot Back Should Ignoro This Double caught by the wagon wheel which Proof. badly mashed the member. The next week the same foot was badly inDoes your hack ever achu? jured by the, wagon ngain. Last SepHavo you suspected your kidneys? tember court he lost his purse conHui'kuche i:i sometimes kidney ache taining S.'M. The purse was made of With it may come dizzy spells, weasel skin. Sleepless ninhts, tired, dull days, While helping kill hogs some time urinary disorders. DistrehsinK ago W. Flnncry, Sr., of the Stingy Kidney Pills have beer, en- Creek section, slipped and his foot Drum's dorsed by thousands. nnd leg were badly scalded in the Are recommended here nt home. hog box. His friends are glad to see You have read Stanford proof. him out again attending to business. Read now the Stanford sequel, Mrs, John Richardson has been Ilenewed testimony; tented by lias neen qu 10 sick. time. Some of the Miller family have had I. T. Barnett, carpenter, Lancasihn mmihlnu down nt thi Hnrtnn nllipe. ter St., Stanford, says: ".My work at Master Walter llryunt is still sick of a carpenter calls for heavy lifting at the disease. times. This weakened my kidneys and The recent high water did much caused attacks of Lumbarjo. I had n damage. It washed over nn acre of severe ache across the small of my nice hemp for Robert White. hack which often K"t to intense that I was unable to work. I used many kidney medicines but I must jrivo the Winter Brings Colds To Children A child rarely goes through the praise to Dona's Kidney Pil's as the first remedy to jrivc me lasting relief. whole winter without a co' I, and evSince usiug Dunn's Kidney Pills I ery mother should havo a leliahlo have been in good health." (State- remedy handy. Fever, soro throat, ment given March 21, 11)008). On November 11, 101ft Mr. Bar- tight chest and croupy coughs nro nett said: "Doun's Kidney Pills have suro symptoms. A doso of Dr. Boll's done mo a great amount of good, I Pino Tar Honey will loobon the recommend this medicine at every op- phlegm, relieve the congested lungs portunity." Price COc, at all dealers. Don't and stop the cough. Its antiseptic simply ask for a kidney remedy plno balsams heal and soothe. For buiiiv niuiitj Kt iuuii auurnun i ma wiurccom- - crOUD. whooping cough and chronic huh twice umt iur. try Ur. Hells Pino n Co., Props., broncniul troubles mended. 10-- 1 bfaw, -- "v. "s " uunaio, in. x. " Mrs. 11. G. Cummins. Misses Iioggs and Lewis, of Jenkins and IJ.irbourville, who are in school at Ilcrca. were recent guests of Miss Tory Andeit-on- . That miserable makeshift of a bridge which sn.ms Diake's Cieek, near here is getting more dangerous ill the time. Two large bolts which (lsti-an iron upright brace to the other span have tut into and the norm end of the floor has settled out of plave over two inches on one side. Kggs leached 13 cents in our market but the hens soon found it out. Miss Matilda King has begun a select toim of school and she should receive a large patronage. Those who have children in school age should see that they attend. The sick are reported as follows: Mrs. II. G. Cummins continues in a precarious condition; II. G. Cummins liusiness meeting of the Baptist church here on Saturday the third. Pi of. and Mrs. J. B. Hutchins have1 moved back to their home here to the delight of their many friends. Mr. Hutchins has iubt completed a very, successful term of school in the So- pus district. The family of J. P. Arnold have moved to tbs Lawson neighborhood. The blue birds and robins were noticed he e Jan. 29th, it being the earliest date of return known to the writer. The latest word from the bedside of Jam?s F. Miller. Is that he has been much wdrse lately. The term of school taught hero by Prof. Cyrus Johnson and assisted by Miss Ilettie Miller, carne to a close 1". t week. We consider it one of the best terms ever taught here. Prof. Johns-ote an experienced school teacher and while it wis the first term MUs Miller has taught, it was onducted in such manner as to reflect much credit on the teacher and receive a hearty approval. The Thorntons moved the first of the year to Fairhope, Ga. James F. and John Cummins were here last week to see their mother, SERIOUS SICKNESS i (Ails here are 1 cent a word eseti Itsur, cntli with order; do ad lets than 25c each isue.) FOR RENT House of four rooms on East Main street. Apply to J. S. 9- -1 Baugliman, Stanford. DROP us a card or phone us Hus- - GG-foi.rlnc fr.csh muats X , FOR SALE. i. i,,...D. ii One :. Sy Being Constantly Supplied With one a combined horse, the other a Tbtilfciu'a Black-Draugh- ,i pair of i,.i.i.at Peyton R. F goodn"!10 No- you pnces & Dinwiddie, Moreland. can't beat anywhere. 10-- 2 t. safe family horse; will sell cheap. II. Bronuagh, Crab Orchard. LOST ate weak stomachs, aid digcstton, indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, leadnchc, sick stomach, and similar lymptoms. It has been in constant use for more .ban 70 years, and has benefited more 'ban a million people. Your druggist sells and recommends Price only 2oc Get a y. Rackage n, c m Black-Draught. 10-Stanford. heavy wagon McDuff, Va. "I suffered for several stretchers, red singletrees, between ycais," says Mrs. J. B. Vhittaker, ci my house and George Wildor's. Re WANTED Man with auto or this place, "with sick headache, and ward for return to Titrnersvillc Sup horse and bucrcv to sells oils, frrcasos stomach trouble. Myers, Stanford ply CJo. J. J and paints. Compensation $4 to ??S ""' per day. Stetson Oil Comnany, Clevc- Ten years ago a friend told me.lo try Thedford's which did lu-iU'.IIU, uniu. FURNITURE, Mattings, Dmggcts, and found it to be the best family mediRugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, cine for young and old. WANTED Party to feed 10 or I keep on hand all the Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, time now, and when my children feel ;. Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble 12 head of yearling cattle on fodder, ittle bad, they ask nie for a dose, and i' wit'1 i1'000 to shelter same from Fcb- f docs them more good than any medicini Stanford. ruary lo to April 15. Cattle must be they ever tried. Kvoii careful attention State loca- PnrV.Wiiiinm,,, FOR SALE A - . .. .........own, We never have a long spell of sickAndy White, Ara-9-- 2 ness in our family, since we commence', hot air furnace in fcir condition, tion i nd tcims. jsing p Sale must be made at once. Address bia, Ky. Thedford's is pureh R. G. Huey, Middleburg, Ky. vegetable, and has been found to rcgu FOR RENT Three rooms, furnished or unfurnished; suitable for light housekeeping. Miss Liccio Bear.-ley, Pair of 2 9-- j Black-Draug- ht, I p 1 Black-Draug- ht 97-t- Black-Draugh- t." Black-Draug- ht lp. rc-ie- ve claw. NICE HOME FOR SALE IN MAY-WOO- D FAIR SOCKIIOLDERS There will be a special meeting in the K. P. hall Saturday, Feb. 3 at 2 o'clock this year's fair. All interested are urged to attend. 13. W. Givens, president 9.2 for the purpose of selecting a site for Three acres of land, fruit and shade trees, five room house, blacksmith and carriage shop, and other outbuildings, all in good repair; set of blacksmith and carriage tools, will he sold on terms to suit. See Harry Cook on premises. J. F. Cook, Box 43G, Lexington, Ky. 8 son. and son Samp are about well again. Our old friend Mr. John Anderson is very low and not expected to live from ills incidents to old age. He is 78 years old. Miss Victoria Anderson, who is attending school nt Berea, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ander- EWTTrnrycwCTattiTO To 1 The big snow caused the large to bacco barn belonging to W, H. An- Doubt U ..! nave buia out my stock of groceries, meats, etc., to Mr. Harry N. Jones, who has taken charge and will continue business at the san stand. He is an experienced grocery and .eat dealer and will at all times be in nnsirion f serve the public satisfactorily. I thank the pub- he for the generous patronage mvpn m r,. ask that my successor be as courteously lt with. Again thanking one and all for the business given me and beeaking for Mr. Ione a good trade in his adopted home, Very truly, i 1 d.-a- xnT' i iajic ruioiic U . a 8 B R 6) K , E. JLi. Co WALTON -- :s3B3CTE2ffia jat5a'at:iEl H -- MAPmr AC vTir$.o L' wcagaacsaasaaMTTTrtTi yiitt mr I nJLBLJSi ONLY A DAY AND NIC T TO NEW ORLEANS Louisville & Nashville Railroad Tickets on sale daily, Feb 12 to 19, inclusive New Orleans $21.80; Mobile $19.25; Pensa-col- a $19.55--Rou- nd Trip from Stanford, Ky. Sloeping car faro $4.00 to $4.C0 each homes M 00 per day, or at rtrst-clas- s holefs S2 00 For particulars see L. & N. Agent. i est pr i? i day and vato i . ul'- - I Fostcr-Milbur- I CIl for list of hot,!., rooming .nd boarding house. w The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: TIRED OUT. Friday, February, 2, 1917 PLEASE REMEMBER! This Bank Is Seeking Your Business and is fully equipped and prepared to care (or it. On Jan. 9, 1917, its Surplus Fund was increased 1,500.00 Making its present Surplus Fund 30,000.00 Its Capital is 50,000.00 Them's many a farmcr'a wife Kits on Mir pornh in the growing shadows of n Bummer evenhnr, knowing (o the full what il is tc feel tired mil; as if there was tint another otinro of effort left in her. But slw knows how sound her dumber will ho timl how refreshed the morning will find her. That'rt tho tiredness of a li n a 1 1, It y Heard A.bout Town W. il. Krcuger, of Mt. Vernon, hiiR returned from Virginia, where In went to attend n sale of the administrator of his father-in-law- 's otate. It is reliably reported that Mrs. Kreugei will inherit about $20,000 from the This Simple Laxative A Household Necessity DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN SHOULD HAVE A PLACE IN EVERY HOME M wninn thing 1. it'n another for But h'wf the BY kVfak sick woman o feel iireil out. estate. J. V Rochester, assistant cashier pf the I ncoln ( oitnty National Bank bought this week from Mrs. J. B. Owsley, 12o neres otr her farm in the Last him of the county, this side of ( rib Ok hard. The tract Mr. Rochester ott ..ins adjoins the farm he already nvnetl in that section, and I'ives htm a nice boundary of about 220 iici" W. 1 .....$ Best only seems to increase, her suffering. Just as in profound silence a discord jars tho car mora forcibly, so now that sho The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. j. s. HOCKER, President H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier C. HAYS FOSTER, Asst. Cashitr HARRIS, W. W. SAUNDERS, Ir.d. Bookkeeper' Vice-Preside- about. this tired woman feels more acutely the aching back and throbbing nerves. Sick women, thousands of them right, hero in Kentucky, have been made well ly the Uho of Dr. I'ieicc's Favorite Prescription. It establishes rtgiilaiily, heals inflammation and ulceration. of a A strong, hialthy irmimn tired and ailing one! Sounds like a it? But it.'Nii'l. It's miracle, doi'.-n'- t, woik of only the ordinary, cvery-da- y just Or Pierce's Favniitc vho woik that it was made for. It's a woman J medicine, carefully impounded for her by an experienced , and adapted to her delicate irganisui. Il nukes v.eak women strong, I're.-ciipti(Jiy.-M-ian- hasi Rtoppctl moving A Personal and Social Feb. 3 Y. W. A. of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. E. C. Walton at 2 :30 P. M. Mrs. L. J. Jones went up to Monday to visit relatives. Rev. M. D. Early, of the Baptist church, was in Louisville this week. Miss Katherlne Anderson has acMid-dlcsbo- ro cepted a position with the Bradley Studio at Georgetown. Mrs. J. L. Totten has returned to her home at Lebanon after a visit to Mrs. Walter L. Jones. Miss Eflie Ware is at Richmond attending the Eastern State Normal School. Mrs. Samuel Fisher, of Danville, ) has been the recent guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Phillips. Mrs. P. E. Kemp, of Louisville, has been the guest cf her brother, Dr. T. W. Pennington and other rela tives, Miss Jennie Duncan, of Lancaster is here at the bedside of her sister, tives Mis.-e- s Mrs. Charlotte Warren, who is quite Minnie and Bettie Hayden, low. of Danville, spent several days here ; this week with their uncle. Col. Jos. Coffey, who is still quite ill. Mrs. Dollie McBee went to Richmond Monday mo.ning, where she course at the will take a Miss Jennie Lawrence of near Lancaster is the guest of Miss Maud Arnold J. II. Wright has returned home from St. Louis, Mo., where he was for several days. Wm. Carson, Jr., is assisting in Phillips & Phillips' store during their big Clearance Sale. Mis. James T. Menefee, of Cleveland, O., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee, Sr. Mrs. Caswell Saulley, of Frankfort, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Penny here this week. Mrs. Arthur C. Hill is visiting her father, Col. John B. Mershon, at Somerset, this week. Miss Dcaria Humble, of London, was the guest of Miss Ethel Powell here this week. Mrs. Manley Mobley and baby of Covington, are the gutt .f her'pu-L'.rs- . Mr. ami Mrs. A'len ''Ynylor. Miss Mary Lvnn Fox h:is v'aturncd home from Somerset, when' she has been the guest of friends and rein- - suffering women well. sent, free Hook on Women's Disea.-e- s Write Dr. Pi. ice, Invalids' Hotel, liuf falo, X. Y., for free confidential advici Dr. Pierce's Pellets. One a laxative, two or three a cathartic; best for Liver III all in one piece now. Rice wan here this week for the hint uky Wugon Company, with whom h- has accepted a verv iespoit-sibl- e po- thin. His headquarters in the futii i will he in Louisville. He and Mr- - Rue have moved from Jackson', Tenn., where they have beer for the venr, and nre now at the Wattei - i Hotel, until the lease of thei rli which they had rented out, o.v. res and they can get it. agents that are harsh and violent in Mr. ul Mrs. Daniel Traylor, of .Stanford. Ivy., are in the city and arc their action nndshoek the system. stoppin- - at the Aoklodge. Thev are The most effective remedy is the comfriends of the E. C. Walton's,' for- bination of simple laxative herbs cotic drujr, does not gripe, and is re merly of Orlando, and the tniinv with pepsin that is sold in drug stoics ommended as a family laxative. miM friends- - of the Walloon Iw.n. nt I.'.. tinder the name of Dr. Cnldvell' enough for the tiniest babe, yet suff. glad to learn they are doing well and Syrup Pepsin. ciently powerful to act easily on th' arc emnvmg the best of health. The The (Inn. John D. Roister of rrayloi- - will probably leave tomorYa., who has represent- strongest constitution. row for Tampa, where thev will take ed his district in the State LegislaTo avoid imitations and ineffective pan in me iiasparilla events of next ture for six years, writes that he uses substitutes be sure to get Dr. Cald- week. Orlando, Fin.. Reporter-Star- . Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and finds is made Announcement from it a splendid laxative, easy to take well's Svrup Pepsin. See that a fm Frankfurt that teachers who have and mild, yet positive, in its action, simile of Dr. Caldwell's signature and pursued the rending course, pi escrib- and that it should be in every house- j his portrait appear on the yellow car-A hold for use when needed. ton in which the bottle is packed. ed by the Kentucky Educational Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is sold trial bottle, free of charge, can ! a, will lie given professional by druggists in all parts of the United obtained by writing to Dr. W. D. credits qualifying them for higher States and co.ts only fifty cents a Caldwell. 455 Washington St., Mont- salaries State Superintendent V. 0. bottle. It contains no opiate or nar- - celh), Illinois. d - 'st . Constipation, or inaction of bowels, a condition that nearly everyone experiences with more or less frequency, is the direct cutise of much disease. When the bowels become eloir-gewith refuse from the stomuih, foul guscM and poinoim nre generated, and utiles tho congestion is quhkl.v relieved the system becomes weakened and most susceptible to attack. Various remedies to relieve tonsti-patio- n are prescribed, but many of these contain cathartic or purgative Bran-dywin- j Elgin Peck of Falmouth has been the guest of his sister, Mis Pecrf. Shelby Tevis, of the West End, has gone to Jacksonville, Fin., on a visit to friends. J. D. Nuve, of the Duddorar Mill section is confined to his room on ac- Miss Allene Hendricks, of Knox-vill- e passed through here Thursday en route to Louisville. Mrs. Kit Chenault, of Richmond, is the guest of Miss Susan Fiher Woods at her home in the country. Mrs. Alice Pickett and Mrs. W. J. Boswell have returned to their home at Shelbyville after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. William Severance. Mrs. P. E. Kemp, of Louisville, was up this week to see her brother, Dr. T. W. Pennington and other rel- count of grip. Gilbert is sending out examination papers to the county superintendents who will examine the reading course teacher Rev. W. 15. Cloyd. of Phoenix. Arizona, was here last Wednesday, the gti.- -i of Mr. and Mrs. E. S Fisher, at their home on East Main street, and was indeed a welcome guest, iiN Mr. and Mrs. Fisher had not seen him since he pronounced their marriage ceremony 32 years ago. Jlev. Cinyd is visiting relatives and friends m this and adjoining counties. He was a recent guest of Mrs. Alice Cloyd and Mr. and Mrs. Phelps Cobb. I J H I . j ,'- - .' . 1 I J t' ' ; v'!5 atives here. Miss Sallie Elkin returned to her lliursilay at tor a home m pleasant visit to Mrs. II. J. McRob- - THOSE AWFUL OEMS Suggestions that may save Much Suffering I to enter the Western State at Bowling Green. She was accom remedies and was ai;..0s. p.,,,i .,,,,1 t.,i,.ii,. Vnuntr. panied to Lebanon Junction by her ,..,; l,.,,v. AT, father. Eld. J. O. Mnntpnmwv. who treated by doctors, f ii;i,i.,, fi- - tu ..LWM but my trouble con- - ,i.,v mm.;n, tn nttond went to Ban stown to nreach. Lib- tmued until one day the Ea8tern 3ate Normal. erty News. i reau aooui i.yuui jIrs Mm.y Fi. Garnett, of Cave E. Pinkham s Vege- - cit came Thumay for visit to Constipation Makes You Dull table Compound and h (nu-hterMrs. J S. Rice and her That draggy, listless, oppressed what it had done fo son. C. F. Garnett and families. 1 tried it others. James Russell, of McKinney, was feeling generally results from constiand now I am never here Thursday with a livery rig, in pation. The intestines are clogged anil troubled with cramps and feel like a which he brought Mr. Ferrill, the the blood becomes poisoned. Relieve I cannot praiso Oil Man to Liberty. Russell reports different woman. Lydia E. Pinkham'o Vegetable Com- that drilling will begin at McKinney. this condition at once with Dr. King's New Life Pills; this gentle, pound too highly and I arr. recommendCasey County News. ing it to my friends who suffer as I did." laxative is quickly effective. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Eubanks went Mrs. GnonGE R. Naylor, Box 72, to Hot Springs, Ark., last Friday. A dose at bedtime will make you feel Marysville, Pa. the Milwaukee Hotel. Young women who aro troubled with They are at will take the baths hop- brighter in the morning. Get a botbackache, Mr. Eubanks Eainful or irregular periods, sensations, ing to rid himself of the the poison tle today at your Druggist, 25c. dragging-dowoak poisoning from which fainting spells or indigestion should suffering for some time. he has been Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable take Mrs. of Saratoga Compound. Thousands have been re- Springs, B. F. Cover, N.iY., is the guest of her Since the big snow lias passed to health by this root and herb stored brother, Drt W. B. O'Bannon and away the people have begun to do remedy. receiving a very some fnrm work. is Write for free and helpful advice to family, here. She as she welcome, James Pointer, who lived on Prof Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (con- cordial have not seen each and her other in J. B. Hutchins' place last year will fidential), Lynn, Mas3. Only women brother 30 years. move this week to E. L. Wilson's open and read such letters. farm. Boney Adams is on the sick list. Mrs. Bary E. Adams spent a few days with Mrs. W. M. C. Hutchim last week. Elisha Miracle, of Holdam's Mill neighborhood, is visiting at W. M. C Hutchins. this week. There is a move on hand to try to extend tho turnpike from the Rev. Owens place to where it will connect with the Crab Orchard and Lancaster pile near tho bridge at Dick's river. I have bought out tho Meat and Grocery Store of E. C. WalRev. J. H. Peace filled his appointment at Ephesus Sunday. tho business at the old stand. I utk ton and am continuinc Rev. W. M. C. Hutchins filled his 'appointment at Libeity Saturday and of the public patronage, promising good goods and the a tharo Sunday and while there on Sundav attended the birthday dinner at Mr. beet of meats at all times at the most reasonable prices. I George Gooch's, one of the best men in thut section. He was 55 yeurs old have come to Stanford, hoping to spoud my life here, having and his family and neighbors gave impressed with its many advantages and the superiority been bun a surprise. An elegant dinner was served. of its citirenship. In short, I am not just hero today and gone tomorrow. I want to live among you and become one of you. I trust that my deportment and conduct of my business will be The school in Crab Orchard Division v. 2, 15, closed Frisuch that I will merit your patronage and that you will not day January 2(5th, with several adHoping to become dresses and dialcues by tho pupil i, regrot that I came into your midst. vhich were folk wed oy music. Aft'1 of your patronage with you, and again asking a share iho school entertainment was over Mr. Ferdinand Weber nnd Mr. Miller, of the district, gave very able talks, praising Prof. Kanawha Trip.Very truly, le' for his work and tho rapid prog-ics- s the scholars had made under his instruction. Neurly all tho patrons were present besides several visitors from other districts adjoining tho school district. N. B. Triplett has about 300 logs on the yard to be sawed up into lumber to build a store house m Waynes burg on a lot ho owns. J. Elliott will begin to saw them in a few days. if- . non-gripin Mrs. W. Logan Woods and Mrs John G. Lynn, of Danville, were Marysville, Pa. "lor twelve years here Wednesday, with Mrs. J. C. J. Lynn I suffered with ternblo cramps. and other relatives and friends. wouiuimvo io stay .Misses Kuth, Margaret and Mary luumui ii in bed several daysl D Becj- - of .McKinney, are srending every montn. n wcci- - 01. tw0 witli their cousin, Mrs. tried all kinds of A- - Hill. Adair News. has the grip. Misses Lucile and Mary Thomas Walker were confined to their home for several days this week on account of illness. Rev. D. M. Walker has been confined to his home here with the grip for several days. Mrs. Walker also Eastern State Xoimal. Mississippi. Danville Advocate. Mr. H. J. McKoberts is hack from Atlanta, where he had a delightful visit with his nephew, Ware Mc Roberts. He is confined to his home by illness his many friends regret to know. Mrs. R. L. Collier was up from Crab Orchard Monday to see her two little girls at Langdon school. Mr. and Mrs. Collier have adopted one child and the other one they are educating. Mt. Vernon Signal. Miss Ruby Montgomery left crts, here. Mrs Joe McAlister spent yesterday here, the guest of Mrs. W. E. Bailey, on Broadway. Mrs. McAlister left in the evening for her home in Way, city. Danville Messenger. His many friends in this section are pleased to learn that Col. John Robins, has returned to Brodbead, and entered business there again. He has been emi loyed by the Roil Jacket Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., of Red Jacket, W. V., as general bookkeeper but returned to Brodbead last ve"k and has taken charge of the stock f goods purchased from B. IL Hicks He W'll continue business in the Hicks building, second floor north c" Citizens Bank in that hustling litth $1,425.00 and Freight Compare it with any $2,000.00 Car EJE322eaK2K3 M 5 i d3 c&L 'Sa B 29 &!& iLia afft fct 'm tS W JEk JSL i KEEP IT AT HOME A candidate for Representative in Garrard county incorporates in a plank favoring a law directing all automobile license tax to be paid to the county clerk of the county in which the automobile is owned, to be used for the maintenance and upkeep of the public roads of the county. This is a change that has suggested itself to many minds, and, we believe, would meet with ap proval throughout the state. There has always been a feeling that there are some bad lenkc In the collection and distribution of the state license tax money, and that the county roads have not gotten the proper returns from this fund. Hardin county, it is estimated this year, will pay ovc ?2,00ii motorists' licen-and i bettor results could be secured if tin money was paid to the county clerk, and expended separately on the hoghvvnvs most used by the automobiles. -- E'town News. e, ' wr$ vmw ''ff, ,i ' .iaig3ncnBfr-ag7- SET "3 In accepting the ager.cy for a car after hav rob-abl- v been out for so long, I desire to announce tl I am offering the beot car money can buy. challenge any car sold in Lincc' or Boyle county in a test for slowness ai quiet running in high gear, or speed and no vibration, also ease of handling and hill climbing and eas)' riding qualities. They have Ray-fiel- d six-cyiind- er OLIVE Re-.- . Harmony here Saturday and It. Y. Ballard has been on the sick list, but is better at this writing. Mi Lucy Jacobs called on Mrs. A. J. Johnson last week. Ohvr Kidd has moved to the tenant If iso on It. Y. Ballard's farm an . w farm for the latter this year Mi - Ellie Carpenter visited Mis.1 Oma ''. dcett Sunday. Mi- - Esther Johnson was tho guest Bess and Maud Johnson of M Frida, 11 pointment G. W. Owens filled his ap- Sun-M- i- carburator, Stewart vacuum feed and speedometer, tire pump and more little refinements than any other car on the market. : : A Word to the Public t233fi?ia.:2ie2ss til u h, I8FL - Mi W uSa I ' r ix5a?'vi3Jai2i rii -:- syFA iY mms B"-iises vs r - 7t& Ji' ! rfv d v:v fcV Agent Boyle and Lincoln Counties DANVILLE, penc-iS i l Don't Rub It On - -:- - ' KENTUCKY Waynesburg sub-distri- or Sore Muscles liniment quickly trt(j. I and soothes without Cleaner than nutssy plastois or ointments, docs not stain the shin. r yield to ' oua's Liniment. At all uggists, 25c. 50c. and SI. 00. i rloat t SKTCSSgEraSHBS r i Hnvo u bottle handy for emergency, rhcutiKil'c aches and puinn, iiciirnlgia, lumbago, go it, strains, sprains and lame buck, ' 8'wL Lrr' V. 'i - kr? ,iirtseHi xl k r -- rf!: SJ, '. i SvrSgggjy 4flijjr M HARRY N. JONES svA T-- ' X WfiPZ). - W -H --! i- v y J $1,150.00 and Freight Compare it with any $1,500.00 Car Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February, 2, SOME SPLENDID Quick rCold Relief-is usually found through the prompt administration of a mildly lnxativc, dispersive tonic one that will scatter the inflammation, remove the waste, and help Nature to build up resistance. Junction City Mr. Thomas Jefferson Illnnkcnship, proprietor of tho Harmon House, died Tuesday at 10:30 A. M.. after n (Week's illness of pneumonia. He was about sixty yenrs old and nmembcr 'of tho Hnptist church. He leaves n widow, two son nnd four daughters to mourn his loss. The children nrc: William nnd Thomas Klankcnship, 'Mrs. Jnmcs G. Maine, Mrs. It. U. Ko- fel, Mrs. Price and Mrs. Webster. The remains will bo taken to Marion, III., Wednesday afternoon for intcr-- 1 ment. Mr. Iilnnkcnnhip moved here jfrom Evansville, Ind., a few months ago and leased the old Tnbble house now known ns the Ilnrmon House and was mnking it run successfully. His loss will be deeply felt by all. Baxter Coovcrt has just returned home from nn extended trip to Indianapolis, Intl., and Elmwood, O. While at Indianap)lis, he visited the Institute of the Blind, but thinks his old school at Louisville is better. Robert Reynolds was initiated into the Mysteries of tne Junior Order of American Mechanics on Thursday night. Robert has just passed his 1G birthday and he is a member of the Junior Brass, president of his Sophomore class nnd Captain of the baseball nnd foot ball teams at school. Bobby is all right. Mike Bodncr of the German settlement, has lately been operated on at Danville for appendicitis. Miss Ruth McCollum will be this week at Crab Orchard the guest of t'l AT rS!2S3 FKK9 Mii-M?MB.S ?2EB3BFI bSBdren Cry CM JL vfsass mw e for Fleteher'ss B ns& t i 1 1 Th M& I Ia l! n '$fev ia W & w Rv W fm fir" 1 1 ii I ft w $4 W Its action is prompt, usually very effective, and its use is without harmful effects. Every household should keep it at hand for thi3 purpos , and every catarrhal sufferer should regularly utc this reliablo remedy. The tablet form will bo found very convenient. A tablet or two at the very beginning of a cold will frequently prevent its development, and these tablets may bo taken regularly with beneficial results. Manyprefer thcliquid form which tot neatly lialf nexnturyhaa been tho reliance of tlio American Home. Moth Bro Rood. supply you. Peruna is That Tonic. 2.'bo JSind You Havc Always Bought, 111 pnd which has been use for over over 30 years, has borne tho signature- of and has been made itnd'--r his per- ., ? fiyi-iP- z, sonal supervision cince its infancy. s mtvvi i's&(Utt 4110.W no one to deceive you in this. AM Cotinteifeits, Imitations and " " are but that trifle with and endanger the health of lufuoto and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-go- oJ At BARGAIN PRICES We have an extraordinary fine list of real estate offerings booked with us for 1917. and we present herewith a few choice bargains. List your farms with us if you want to sell and see us if you want to buy. We have buyers asking for different size farms and at different prices every day. We advertise the farms listed with us, and do the business for our clients. Try us and you'll come again. No. 190 I'm m of 191 acres; 100 acres cleared; balance in timber; one and a half story residence of six rooms; two halls and porches; two tobacco barns; one lare;e stock barn; all other necessary outbuildings; vvcll watered and fencing all good; 6P peach trees; some apple trees, etc. 101) acres of this farm level land; clcse to ihh three room tenant Iumi'-chuivh and school in splendid neighOil wells are now being borhood. aunit in this locality and all indications point to good producers. Exports are of the, opinion that there is haidly any doubt about oil being in this, section in paying quantities. There is a contract with reliable oil company for well to be sunk on this place within 00 days. PRICE, and terms right. This is a real bargain for someone. 12 p Yourdruftglstcan Tho PERUNA CO. Columbus, Ohio a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, JT..r(Mug Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains a.It'.icr 0?i .... l r':i:ie nor other narcotic substance. Its ac h it:; :.r.r r.;rc. For more than thirty years it has n to nn. t'or the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, " '..rrhoea; allaying Fcvcrishnesc urisinjj . 1 : en.i.ilng the Stomach and Bowels, aid3 '!.;' ' r..... &.. . ... . loou; giving healthy and natural deep. -- :.i TunaceaIhe Mother's Friend. waet.-nr- , What is CASTORS A i; . 7oy3 H.-s- nd - - , --- assaDsE y t! ::::::: i i Hotel, lot and No. 192 St. large burn. Only hotel in town; s steam heated, bath, etc; all including all furniture and fixtures therewith. This is n splendid location and a money maker. This property is on the market and is going to sell. It will pay you to talk to about this proposition. Our price it right. A.-a- ph build-injr- TUCKER SCHOOL HONOR ROLL On account of the big snow nnd days our list is shorter other bad than usual this month, but in spite of the weather the following pupils got on the honor roll: Grade 1 Margaret Dillion. (trade 2 Nccia Adams. Grade 15 Mac Adams. Grade Edith Nickula. Grade 5 Hyrd Uoone. Grade 0 Louise Nickula. Grade 7 Sarah Cook. ular young lady present. E. R. Galbreath and James OsThere were only six pupils who made a general average of DO per borne started the Crystal Theatre cent, or more for the entire term and picture show Wednesday night and they are given according to their will thank you for your patronage. Mrs. Gastineau and family will standing as follows: Margaret Dillion, Hyrd ISoono, Necia Adams, Mae leave for Pineville this week. Mrs. Kittie Helm and Mrs. Dcane Adams, Jim Henry Dillion, Ira Adams, The average daily attendance for and family moved to Danville Wedthe term was 20 which was ."8 per nesday. Mr. Noble, who is sending eight cent of census report. There were only three pupils who children to school here was a welcome did not miss a day; Mae, Lance and visitor at our school Monday.. Necia Adams. Margaret Dillion did not enter until the second veek of school, but never missed a dav after she started. School closed on Monday with presents for those so faithful . in attendance and a treat lor all. it is the teacher's desire thai all of durthe pupils continue their stud ing these cold days so that ' Vy will not forget what they have learned Be sure your title is good. Let me before another term opens. V. ith best survey your land purchase for you, wishes for all in the district rnd many and make certain. Will go anywhere thanks for all the kind words and deeds bestowed upon me y patrons M. C. rad pupils. Teacher. 1 Mrs. O. P. King. of Alum Rev. Bruce McDonald, Springs, took dinner with Prof. E. L. Grubbs on last Saturday and was present Monday at the school house with Rev. Ernest Ford. He has secured 70 song books for this school to use. The pie supper held Friday night cleared $11.15 which will be used to purchase a sanitary drinking fountain for the school and the Woman's Club is to help secure three more by April 1st. Miss Ada Steele won the beautiful cocoanut cake baked by Miss Emily Murphy, ns the most pop- jTAV .O' " '&s&r rY2T. V if 4f ... ., 9 f T ir . Mtrrff-- CASTOR A always r: ssffiOoT'zl ,.,r yryri 1 UHVi kJlgliaiUlC Ul -- $tw, J &&&&&&& -- . la Use For Over SO Years Bought THE CCNTAUn COMPANY, Yfcs Kind You Have Always NrW YORK CITY, w. M 'ij Higgins your Auto. unnareiBhi PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Has an interesting proposition on Casing for Surveying and Leveling Call and See Him tflgguxar ujjLoujifli jEmLcgsgmu. Majmwix3UJUKM2irjvK&Mu.iiMjii ggMg3ara'Jglir.l?.IgTraCTig're.itt.ii'Mr.'Taj Newland, Stanford DENTIST residence; porch; cellar; large barn; smoke house, etc.; orchard, 200 trees, apples, peaches, cherries, etc.; 6o acres in cultivation. PRICE on this farm right. Will sell or trade. No. 189 50 acres; 30 acres in pra s; 20 acres for corn; good seven-roohouse; large barn; all neees-sar- v y outbuildings, all buildings new; fine water; close to church, school, mil' and store. PRICE SI, .".00; terms right. m No. 152 O0-ac- re farm; six-roo- m Lingering Coughs Are Dangerous Get rid of that tickling cough that keeps you awake at night and drains your vitality and eneigy. Dr. King's New Discovery is a pli..at balsam antiseptic, las.itive nnd remedy, promptly effective It soothes the irritated membrane nnd kiiK the cold germs; your cough is soon udieved. De lay is dangerous get Dr. King's New Discovery at once. For nearly fifty yenrs it has been the fa onto remedy for grippe, croup, cough and colds. Get a bottle toduy al your Druggist, 60c. J. B. PERKINS Rooms 28-2Phone 214 Lincoln Banls Building STANFORD. KY NOW IS THE IDEAL TIME TO VISIT J. M. REYNOLDS UNDERTAKER, VAYNESBURG. We carry a large and complete stock of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. -- ; Phono: Farmers' line No. - Woodstock linu No. FLORIDA or the GULF COAST RESORTS Get nway from the cold and enjoy life h: the land of Sunshine and Flowers Low round-tri- p prnc-t'f.-ll- m m m AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. The high dollar at your sale all the time and at lowest price; sales A Lexington commission man precried anywhere. dicts that Irish potatoes will be selling at $8 a buehel befoit planting Phone 3G4A Lancaster at my expense time. CAPT. AM BOURNE fares and excellent service via LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD I & For Particulars, call upon local agents of this railroad suit. Five room house; storeNo. 184 room. 22x00; barn and all other necessary outbuildings; blacksmith shop :i (1 tools; all buildings in good Place right on the pike and splendid stand shop and store. Pl'ICE only 81,100 nnd terms to re-p.-- ir. fc snap. Ne. 179. no-acr- e farm; 80 uctm in cultivation; balance in timber; new house now being built on place; barn, etc.; orchard; good never fulling water; close to church nnd school; Splendid community. This is a good worth $8,000, rich farm. It is ea.-ildistance but the owner live 5 quite from here and is determined to sell. It is how on the market at $1,800. This is your chance to pick up a y Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Buggies; Open Day and Night. ps3Hmajn2raHns!ErasssH2zrc By virtue of Execution No. 951 di- Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a D Trial, We Will Please You. rected to me, which isrueil from the Phono 5. II. II. Carter, Manager. Clerk's Ollice of the Linccln Circuit Calls answered clay or night. Court, in favor of Amer can Agri- CARTER & CARTER, Stanford. Ky. cultural Chemical Ccmpai y against .T. A. Hart, I, or one af my deputies, will on MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1917 a between the hours of 11 and 12 A. Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, Tinning and Glittering Gurantecd. 31., ut the courthouse doo- - in StanMyciV Pumps and Cray Engines ford, in county of Lincoh , stale of K. Kentucky, expose to the public sale Stanford, Ky. to the highest bidder, the following Phone 183 property (or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the D. V. M. M. amount of the Plaintiff's debt, inter- Sheriff's Sale Livery and Auto Service !i "When In Doubt Take Bath." W. Genuine Oliver Chilled ows eoairs WARNER W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky MnKrGsaa'ffljAujwarsMCTaiarazssa r.o:auMrAaraHira!r.TOTTTPtiCTOTTnv-y.-.-rB-yfv.r.iK- - H. 147 70 acres and 60 acres of this good bottom lutid ; house of four room; store room, 128; and lrn, 34x34; and all necessary outbuilding. New double crib; 25 ucres of tills fnr in grass; well watered and new fao ing. PRICE right and terms easy. and cottage of five rooMts; kltclHN and all; awoke aousa; cktokta hMlawf stable, etc. PRICE $700. Mo, 18 John Casey, Town lot of 8-- 4 am H est, and cost), to wit: A tract of land in Linc In county, Kentucky, at King's Mountain, on the west side of V. N. O & T. P. railroad company's depot, nnd thus desciibed: Beginning at stone in railroud 'linu; thence witl Sholton's lino S. a poles, 18 links to u stone, his corner, in Reynolds' ic; thence N. 57 W. 18 poles, 22 linl s to a fallen oak, his eorrer, N. !18 . 17 poles, IS linl.s to a stone in (road line, wilh same S. 44 E. pol. s, 19 links Ni bi'vinninf, containing 5 poles of and, more or lev; an on which Kiiil a hotel formerly stoi 1, boing a ".at of the land u rehab d by anid 1. A. Hart of B. C. Penny! Jew ot al. 'v deed recorded in Line la Qountj 1 1- -2 Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College (Hoc. by U. S. Gov.) Onlco.--farri- s, Veterinary Surgeon Danville, Stable i Kentucky T. V. PENNINGTON, Myers Mouse Flats Mr. Farmer---We have on hand now a number of Chattanooga Plowsthe best on the market for your spring needs. Come in and look them over before you buy. DENTIST ! Phone: Office 210; Res. 1G5 Stanford, Ky 1 111 CONTRACTING See B. L. FAGALY for Contractu and Building of any sort Houses, IJanii, Kte. Stanford, Kentucky. 1 1 I 1 W. W. BURGIN Mondays, Tuesdays and Wodnosdays GEORGE JH. FARRIS xxatmitjsmzs&Mr5 DENTIST lerk'h ortk-- in Deed Bo" 88, ;e 7 unci levied upon ns th of J. A. Hart, Stanford, Ky. Office Pbone 180 Home Phones 152 and 184 TERMS: Sale will ba twtia on a credit of three months' nd 'vitb Bus Between approved security require!, bonring Danville and interest at the ruU- of six par cent, Daily Except Sunday per annum from Uy of ule, an-- ' Leaves Stunford (St. Asaph Hotel) having the force and effect of n sals ut 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. in. bond. This 12 day of Janu.irv 1917. LoavoB DhiivIIIo (Hotel Annex) at 0:00 n. m. and 1:1' 3 11. m. Amount of dobt and costs to boj I viiKecl S1 1.1 It f. wr? ATiiinv Bundles and Packages Carrlod at Low ( harges Sheriff of I incolu County, btd O. L, MINKS. Pronrietor afceJl. - property Thursdays, Office Friduyi and Saturdays at Stanford in Lincoln Bank lluMing at ;' O'.hnrd JL tf k L. Beazlay & Co., J. C. I'vIcCLARY Auto MJ 'V O jf Stanford JXk$&s Undertaker Err r7 3ti:SkTrfky ' mer Undertaker Oltlce I'hons 107 - Embalmer Homo rbone 85 I Phone 42, Stanford. K.y- - STANFORD. K.Y. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February, 2, 1917 Page Sever FEWER PEOPLE GROWING OLDER The Public Health Service reports that more people live to but from forty to sixty years the age of forty years to-da- y, Middleburg There will he preaching nt Green River church Sunday by n young man from Lexington, whose name we did not lenrn. It is understood that he will preach trial sermon as the church is without a pastor and is anxious to secure the servico of one A little baby daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jasper about n week ago. The little miss has boon christened Mnry l.ee. J. C. Foglo nnd V. T. Jasper nre fencing n largo boundary of knob land on the old Fogle nlneo, two milei below town, and will stock it with goats. They propose also to place English pheasants, Mexican quails and other game birds in this forest, provided they get the assurance of "Kii-Yia-Yi- el Ma 'Gtlsjr Get Quick!" mortality is increasing from degenerative diseases. d Thousands of men and women learning the true value of well-informe- to-da- y are 2 Drops Mako Corn "Fall" Off! "I've Joined the 1Ncvcr-Acnl- n Club. Never again will uso nnjtlilnK for corn'' but 'Qctsi It ' I'm j tlrop3 on, iml from Hint secof 'Ucta-ond tho corn begins to shrivel, SCOTT'S EMULSION OF NORWEGIAN COD LIVER OIL blood-enrich- er vJSsT its force of medicinal nourishment. as a powerful and strength-builde- r to ward off the headaches and backaches that mean weakness. SCOTT'S helps fortify the body against grippe, pneumonia and weakening colds, through Refuse Alcoholic Extracts That Do Not Contain Cod Liver Oil. Scott & Bowne, BloomficM, N. J. Make Your Crops Bigger The best way is to put Fertilizer. We have just of car-load- s of the well-know- n Swift and Armour Brands of Fertilizer And can sell it E. T. PENCE. Its Summer Time in Florida Two Trains: protection against hunters. They already have rabbits and squirrels in abundance, and they arc somewhat opposed to having tli.sni killed. H'h So Sore!" "Oil, Don't Touch The high water n wei'k ago washed " 1'nc nnd It Will .Never out the foot bridge at Yosemite and lie S orel the people over there nre taking sub-- I instead .of ewel' n? up like a llttlo seription to build a wagon bridge in vlilli' HpoiiK!'. It Ioum'hh from its stead. They are succeeding fairly your toe ami. t orv hiitlolujali! tlio corn tnmfN off tlioiiuM you'll talca well so we learn. About $!()() has clove olT your been pledged, anil they think there a Yes. "f!cts-It- " is the corn discovery of tho fiKo Aturr "Clots-It- " Is will be no trouble in securing a sold by many ti nts th.iu uny other amount to put up a good subcorn remedy In existence. Try It stantial bridge. and you'll know tho reason why. It on the right kind of The scramble for the Dunnville takes two bccoiuIh to imply It, nnd It dries at once That's nil Don't postollice is said to lie getting warm. experiment fol'ow the epericnco received a couple There are some hnlf dozen or more of millions nnd use "Oets-It- " applicants for the job and they are 'llcU-lt- " Is Mi'il everywhere. 2.'c n being backed up by their friends. bottle, or cent& on receipt of prlco by Co, Chicago, III. U. Lawrence The friends of Lucian Austin say he Sold in Stanford nnd recommendwill land the plum and we are hoping he will. Shortio, as he is commonly ed as the world's best corn remedy known, is sober and industrious, anil by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The deserving in every particular, besides Penny Drug Store. he is a democrat in whom there is no guile. to you right. be Editor Henry Thomas and SherifT is said to of taking right along with "kicking" J. D. Taylor are in the ring for Re a numberthe people who archave been airainst salaries that publican nomination for County county Judge J. M. Tilford isTalso a candi- paid to the years. officers for the last several date for that office, and has been There arc already three candidates shaking hands for some time. He is running on a low salary issue nnd it for Sheriff, and it is said that Judge Lincoln Wells will be in the ring in a few days making the fourth one. Every Republican lawyer in the county wants to be County Attorney, and thev are out scrambling for it. The invincible Bud Cundilf is being opposed this time by W. I). Allen, and G. P. Garner, for the County Clerkship and the fur is going to fly in that race. Things will get lively later on Daily Through Pullman and we will keep you posted as the fun gets better. car leaving Louisville 7:55 p. m., arriving ). "CJcfN-H- lt . The Best System On Earth '1 . sufli-cie- nt "Co m LC! oca ca Nature's True Medicine, Roots and Herbs The Books of the Holy Bible. ENDORSEMENTS: All Nature. AUTHORITY: God's Promises. When the Universe was planned the Creator caused Roots and Herbs to grow for the healing of all diseases. Nature's ways are best, and if you continue to suffer from Stomach, Bowel, Kidney, Bladder, Blood, Lung or any other disease, it is your own fault. People often get run down through work nnd worry, lack of exercise and sleep, from taking cold, or by starvation from poor digestion. What they need is just such a tonic as It is a perfect combination of Nature's medicine for the Stomach, Bowels, Liver and Blood, the Four centeis of digestion and nutrition. is sold at the Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, and at Wcddle's Drug Store, Hustonville, three boxes for One Dollar. Each box makes a full quart of medicine and is a searching tonic, body and blood builder, superior to any thing of its kind. For indigestion, gas in the stomach, and bowels, kidney and bladder troubles, nervousness, weakness and malaria, is the remedy most excellent. is a Kentucky product, guaranteed under the National and State Pure Food Laws to be just as lepresented ; no dope or poison, and true to name. If it cures others, can't you afford to try it? COM-CEL-SACOM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- R REFERENCES: eon-tai- Souther It Railway ALLEN HEIATT, Assistant Manager Aiken, Auuusta, Charleston, Columbia, Savannah, Summerville and other southern resorts. Excursion Fares now in effect Stopovers and other special features. Full information and fares from local Southern Railway agent oruritc B. H. T dd, District Pass'r Agent, Stark. Bldg., Louisville, Ky. 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, Dining Car Service Winter Tourist, Variable Tour ami BOONETOWN The Ottenheim ball team was practicing some last week. They will Homeseek-er- s be in good shape by spring. Edgar Ward and A. T. Miller, of Daniel Boone Oil Camp entertained a number of friends last Tuesday with a dance at Mr. Sehuler's home. Albert Sehuler has had his house piped and is now using the gas from the well drilled by the Daniel Boone Oil Company. Marion Douglas was called to Casey by the illness of his father. is on sale at the Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, and Weddle's Drug Store, Hustonville: thev also handle our SCIENCE SOPE. MADE FOR HUMAN SKIN ONLY. 10c a bar. .'5 for 25c. These Drug Stores also have on sale our FAMOUS COWBOY LINIMENT, 25c and 50c bottles. This Liniment gives remarkable relict irom rtieumatic pains, lumbago, cuts, burns, bruises, sprains, lameness, neuralgia and soreness. COM-CEL-SA- R Send for oui great book (piest. 'The Cowboy Herbalist" Free on re- - THE LINCOLN PHARMACY, Stanford WEDDLE'S DRUG STORE, Hustonville Walnut Street Warehouse JOHN S. VAN WINKLE Secretary JESSE W. OVERSTREET, Asst. Mgr People's Tobacco Warehouse Dakota Remedy Company Jack-White-M- oon 3729-373- 1 West Broadway I ouisville, Kentucky A uction Sales Every Day Ex-- MARET IN TEXAS The San Antonio Express said last week: James Maiet of Mt. Vernon, Ky., president of the Boone Way Association of his native State, is in San Antonio. Mr. Maret is making a tour through Texas studying the construction methods of our public highways. He expressed himself as deeply d gratified with the progress in building made by Texas, which he says copares favorably with road construction of other Southern States through which he has traveled. Texas rates high among the States in the matter of good roads," said Mr. Maret, "and she has cause to be proud of her progress in this line." "Many years ago Kentucky was noted for its good roads, but those in good-roa- cept Saturdays and Holidays We will continue auction sales every day excepting Saturdays and holidays from now on. charge of her highways, through neglect allowed her to fall behind until she now occupies fourteenth place on the li.t of States. "During the past two years, however, good progress has been made toward lifting my State out of its unenviable place Wo have built many good highways, and we have others under construction. One of the most important of these is a road known as the Boone Way, which extends for more than a thousand mile and runs from Kenton, Ohio, through Louisville, Ky., to Lexington and Boone Park, the old home of Daniel Hoone, in North Caiolina." While here Mr. Maret is visiting his brother, S. G. Maret, at 108 Telle Place. County Engineer Bennett will show Mr. Maret over the Bexar county roads. You cam rest assurer! that Danville will be the highest market in this section, as we are and manufacturing plans in tho world. the closest market to the largest Our accommodations for both man and beast are as good as the best. The loose leaf floor plan is the best 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. Drive your wagon to the Danville market. You will always find someone to attend to your wants, and welcomo you. During the sale we will do our very best to get you the highest market price for your tobacco. the large factory buyers will be on hand on the first day of sale. We have experienced men in all departments to look after your interests, including two of the finest auctioneers in this or any other State. The Warehouses do not buy tobacco except on sale at auction. We do a strictly commission business. Free stables and no rejection fee. AH """ THE UNIVERSAL CAR nothing of guessing or speculation in Their practical value is being daily demonstrated by more than l.ToO.OOO Ford owners representing every phase of human activity, lord service is as universal and reliable as the car itself. Dependability and economy in car and service. Better buy your Ford todav you want it and it will serve you everv day, 'winter and summer. Touring Car 0:ti0. Runabout S.'Mfi, Coupolet $505, Town Car $505. Sedan $Uft f. o. b. Detroit. We solicit your order. to There's I'ordcars. d i Appreciating your past patronage, we hope you will see your way clear to bring us your toand an all bacco, guaranteeing you tho highest market prices, absolutely accurate weights You are cordially invited to attend our sales. around square deal. H. C. Anderson, Agent Stanford, Ky. .". iJlMKMHu.tonvillc, toti-- Steele & Burton, Agents Ky. I. M. People's Tobacco Warehouse Company DUNN, President Danville - -mm J& Kentucky lacorporsttd WW 1 t .! tmnMmm Page Eight KSUEDBmmiwwrar.VK The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky:. pf the Prcnchcrsvillc pair of horse mules to J. C. Cnldwcll of Danville, for $300. Owen Webber bought the farm of F.. S. Powell of near Ihntonville. There are 13,1 acres in this farm and is located on George's Ilranch in Ca.1. M. Friday, February,, 2, jI9I7 section, sold Cross, n uymgSeed homo thtt iut quality nbove price. Did you rvcr etop to think thnt 25c on a bushel of teed amount to only G to 10c per acre. You surely cannot afford to sow inferior seed for n difference of C to 10c per acre when the results may mean 6 to 10 dollars to you, to say nothing of having your farm infested with obnoxious weeds and filth. It in well to look to n i High Purity and Germination Test our constant aim and judging from the way our old customers come back each year and many new ones that are so well pleased, we believe we are Is John II. Foster and 1 T. Long, on the Knob Lick pike, sold 13,700 pounds of tobacco on the Danville brenks during the past week, which averaged them .$20 n hundred. Sam .1. Emliry, on the Lancaster pike, delivered 2.1500 pounds of to bacco at the Danville warehouses this week, which nveraged $22.1)0 bundled pounds when put on sale. Logan Hubble sold this week to W. H. Burton, the mule buyer of Lancaster, four mules four and six lcnrs old There were three horse mules which brought an nvenige of one mare mule which SI 05 nnd Jbroticht 5225. I sey. 9 i Nighty-fiv- e I two-vear-o- ld Here- A ColdWave Is Here! it We Give Yoa Test en Every Tag Showing what is required by the Now Kentucky Seed Law and if you write for jamplos, we can c'vc same . .". . on samples. i. close to 1,300 pounds. W. W. Hays N receiving hemp at the warehouse on Danville avenue for E. V. Spears & Sons, of Pans. So far about 25,000 pounds (fjiomn has been received, with it coming in every day. The hemp was bought nt from $S.'50 to $13.50 per hundred pounds. SAND KNOB Timii'hnn finllnwav bad a bullet cut lout of his aim which he carried from the Harris' Creek shooting by in'. M. Lee Pipes Sunday? John Waldncr and Matt Mosehart are helping Marion Galloway strip tobacco. He is a hurry to get it on ford sleer3 were sold by Col. E. II. Tavlor, of Frankfort, from his farm in Woodford county to Jonas and Si- mon Weil, of Lexington at 10 a hun-- 1 drcd pounds. The beeves averaged And Prices Are Cut Almost in Half at Robinson's Big Sale Have you read over the phenomenal bargains we're offering on Winter Goods, and right in the heart of Winter, too. You never had such an opportunity before to save money on Clothing, Shoes, Underwear things you are bound to have right now. Come in and let us show you the real bargains in Stanford! Our Prices Are Low and a post card will prove it to you. Just let us know what you are interested in and we can supply you. We have fine Alfalfa from the Ncrthwcst, Fancy Illinois, Indiana Grown Timothy and Clover, Kentucky, Blue Grass from Central Kentucky, Red Top from Illinois, Alsikc from Wisconsin, in fact we buy our seed Let us where it grows best and most vigorous. ,.;-- j quote you. & , ,.!. kaZlKiHiSjH the market. ered from a rising on her fineer. Marion Gallo way has sold a lot of hogs to Mr. Peyton at 15 cents a pound. Mrs. Minnie Owens has jut' recov- I .& Kcm,eay fTiaWft SpS Eon't forget to order 4 Pounds Golden Blend Coffee for f-r- -, $1 ipA-- ,00-Postp- aid i ,y Enarmous 'fili bi)kA'niyGf Stomach 'I' Sufferers mW EmJ Billed io Health By '' h J$ w&r w ma m spss. j? i h pm m e kj1 m g. ks ! Fear of Heart Disca- - Can-S- i ccr and Ulcer, of the Stoma' li and Place-Ne- xt Intestines, etc., etc. One dose of WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL . y H' ha-vli.yr's Wonderful Remedy proven successful in thousands of tases of Stomach Trouble. This explains its Covington, Kentucky enormous sale. Has been taken and by Physicians, Jus- f22j?S:ZS is recommended aTiirr.rygtreairniwwroroa3 tice of the Supreme Court, Congresstinf.jr: men, Lawyers, Nurses, Ministers, week. Educators, Mechanics THE E. G. BAUGH SALE Gap The Ilopkinsville New Era savs I'ii.mer.4, your Farm and Stock News that the miller-- of that eitv are g P"obably Miss Jessie Carter visited her own neighbor. Many The sale of E. G. Baugh, near Mr. and Mrs. H. T lives to Mayr's We are certainly clad to see this grandparents, $1.00 a bushel for the few crops o'U' their Thousands say it Wonderful , which was cried by the Remedy. has saved beautiful weather after having such a End tat Maywood recently. unsold T. E. Waggoner sold his frm ly of wheat still grower.", in Christian them from the knife. Contains no simrn nf iwilil "mil ilnm. unmv Rnmp if popular South End auctioneer M. II. county, but the are holding g drugs. .FREE our Icohol or mg two miles from Columbia, o l out for $2. s have the spring fev Johnson was a very successful sale. Chapel booklet on Stormu-Ailments. Ad er and are wanting to set hens and .Stanford road, to Sam Stevenson, for Good prices were realized. One cow (ay llanna. ol ernilies, bought dress Geo. II. Mayr, Mfg. Chemist, sow lettuce. 3,700. Horn, to the wife of Homer Price. brought $G0; corn sold to Walter 0. 20 head of d cattle from Chicago. Hotter yet obtain a bottl Hugh Sandidge, of the Miilcdge-il- l Hiill 1'1 Al rtfkl0 girl. Mr. and Mrs. John Carter and son, a bouncing P . P.. Walker at $4.50 a barrel; farming .. f..n. WT Tl ........ la.cnminn s.itinil ir i If section, sold to Frank Pet vs. of at !) cent-- . . flying trip goods brought Mrs. Charley Waliin, who has been tool and household Uanna l.ouirht a ear- - Tl. p v nniir Stnr.. o. imv otlioi Johnnie Mai ncc, made a fancy satisfactory prices. quite ill with grip is improving. oad of heifer, feeders. ,,.libl, who u ill ."refund t0 "a"Vie tuesaay. D.nv marc for "50. John Lair of Lebanon, Ind., is the Mrs. Jim Carter has been suffering in .lit. sterling at cents. your money if it fails. from a severe attack of neuralgia, but guest of his daughter, Mrs. Clarence B. W. Leigh, of Ilu.stonville. purHow's This? she is better at this lioone. we hope chased a woik mule in Casey coimtvl Wo offer One Ilumlrril Dollars Reward All the people in this section are Crescent writing, that for $180. Mr. Leigh sold to C. L. for any case of Catarrh cannot" bo Charley Dunaway has sold his lejoicing over the new Caller, of this place an etra good Hall's Catarrli Meiiiclne. Heights home to Gene Hutchinson, who has which will start Friday. mail route cured byCatarrh Medicine that been taken pair mares mule., three and four Hall's has Mrs. Gilbert Savior has been quite by catarrh sufferers for the past thlrty-nv- o recently moved here from Detroit. rl. Strkrkvears old for will move to sick but is better now. years, ;lml has become known as the Mr. and Mrs. ' The sale of .John Ilroek on Tues- Hud Bailey left last Monday for most i ellablc remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Indiana, where Mrs. Dunaway has a day, near McKinney, was well at- Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on sister and cwo brothers. They will dis- - Del ray, Eloiida, where he expects to the Mucnu smrfacos. expelling the tended and everything sold well. C. n goods Satur- - spend the rest of the winter. pose of tlvir L. Cniter bought most of the colli at Abei deen-Angu- s from the Blood and lioallnt,' the Mr. and Mrs. Millard Kobbins vislay next at pulllk. llllctioif llfteI. wh!ch portions. Sl.Sri a barrel; George Moote bought Southdown Sheep, Duroc Jersey Hogs tJjC.y ited homefolks from Sunday until will leave. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh a work mule for ?1 10; Medicine for a short time you will see a is improving we Tuesday. .. a lot ot sor- The best bloodlines of each of these 'areCharley Dunaway .lersey cow nrougtit in your Beneral Mrs. John Lair and daughter, Eva great Improvement glad to state. individ- s famous breeds. ghum sold at a good price. taking Hull's Mediiiiis'i .um.i iiiiiu visiiuu iiiu .iimsL's left Saturday for Wayne county to hralth. Start and (jet rid of Catarrh Send cine at onee sale at all times catarrh. for Herbert Cook, a well known farmvisit her daughter. Daugherty recently. for testimonial., fice. E. V. Carson, Prop. R. F. D. No. 5 er on the Danville pike, and a Ike Stapleton has been quite sick Airs, alary Carter has Deen visiting F. J. CIIKNKY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. ii of Judge W. L. Dawson, of this Stanford, Kentucky Sold hy all Drugglstc, 7Sc. past for over a week. her son, Mr. Jim Carter for the ity, did exceedingly well with his tohk. 01 bacco on the Danville market this 'M He took over 5, 400 pounds week. and sold it at an average of about . $li.'l a hundred pounds, the total netting him $1,2(12.70. filliV-JR-: James and Jen Chandler, of the tefei Cedar Creek section, sold .'1,000 j ounds of tobacco on the Danville ' market last week at an average price and playing in the Romping is every healthy of IS cents a pound. A buyer there oirered them 15 cents a pound boys birthright, but he s for all they could raise next year, to apt to neglect precautions be contracted now, but they refused ' the offer. against dampness. Only two or three loads of hemp j A cold results then Dr. deliveied was eshie bi'i-- Monday by here. Itmen that Kind's New Discovery proves timated henin worth. A few doses loosen its between 7.ri0 anil 800 acres of hemp was grown in Woodford county last the phlegm, relieve the tiijht enr and that about of the chest, the healins balsams crop has been disposed of, nearly all soothe the tliro.it raw from touchof which was Mild at $1:1.50 per 100 ing, and the mildly laxative qualities founds. Hemp seed is active at $7 expel the cold gem is nnd the child to a bushel. Col. Jack Chinn is1 is hi'illliy aid happy at;ain. said to have lefused $8 a bushel for Mil lruyi;i3!a. i ty it herd, consisting of 80 head of Registered Duroc Having sold farm, I will sell my (!() bushels of seed. Versailles SmMiM , l.UOO-poun- I K W I and often i Oall Yellow Jaundice, Aei " and MjSt',K-,Throne Indigestion, Appet Ileitis, ol iul.nc its, , iiiv lff Single Dose. Stomach Trouble causes i Auta-Intoxicat- io Jr& fei ti VJTil multi- - Opposite The Penny Brag Store Don't Miss the Door to Lincoln Bank p 1. I oi ""tiptition, , Gas Vc 's.",ui e. I I i , Hall's oire'--m- High-'ind- habit-formin- house-wive- Watt's i .1 I .1 . .M,-d Sprini-field- , Di'j;-nit- v I , 'J ' i I i i 'immB Dur-awa- Farm I battle Pol-so- , dls-e.if- id ffimmik&m. j-k!. fl'fl. .rfta.. seven-year-o- ld I High-clas- rxnnrrnrA la MJtivi ilHlvrTTTHR son-in-la- w i ! Absolute Dispersion Sale of . one-ha- lf 80 Head of Durocs my Hogs. This will be an absolute dispersion sale, every brood sow, boar and show product will absolutely sell on i 8 entire Sun. II isamxiKj J- 1 Iw Id Seeds A in i have a full line of High Grade Farm Seeds such as clovers, timothy orchard, blue grass . i T;.'l. !! reu1.top, etc. write tor samples ana ucjnvereci prices. C 1 1 aturday, Feb. 10, 1917 The sows in this sale vill be bred to Cardinal, Col. Prince and Trouble Maker. lent chance to get a good brood sow or herd boar tt An excel' W. BUSH NELSON Lexington, Kentucky 4t-eo- w E. S. MAYES :: Springfield, Kentucky