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Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, February, 6, 1917 Tuesdays and Fridays WIFE TAKEN AWAY quest was at once acceded to by Ger- calculated that out of 000,000 men Special Session Called many. annually reaching military age in the Old Grounds Secured YOUNG The question of convoying Ameri- United States G90.000 arc fit for can merchant ships through the sub- military service according to the Montgomery ..And Gooch Go To For This Year's Exhibition Of Stanmarine blockade has been taken up, stnndnrd of 1910, and Frankfort February 14 and is being considered as one of the ford's Great Fair according to the German stanDiplomatic Relations With Germany next moves by this government. dard of that year. The committee Representative W. G. Gooch, of Neutral Governments have been no- in estimating the Nation's resources Lincoln county, That the old fair grounds will ngain Mrs. Walter W. Saunders Succumbs Severed As Result Of Her Ruthtified of the action of the United in men between 18 and 15 years K Montgomery, and State Scnntor C. he used for thiir year's great Stanto Grim Reaper Funeral lo Be of Liberty, repreless Submarine Policy States and have openly been invited available for military duty after de- - senting this senatorial will be good news to the district, com- ford to follow its notion if the new sub- uucuons lor Held Wednesday Afternoon. posed of Lincoln, thousands who have morbidity," yearly marine campaign violates their rights. defects, industrial needs and pnysicnl Garrard counties, Casey, Boyle nnd and have declared attended grounds depenthese will have to go to The Latest Precautions to safeguard naval dency of families, places the number rrnnKiori Wednesday, Feb. 14th, to the shadiest and most comfortable in Tired nature could no longer reAmbassador Gerard has left Ger- stations, army posts and arsenals and at 4,778,050. take part m the special session of the the state. An nerenment uma nntnr. sist, other service property constituted the and death ended thd sufferings many, and after being treated with legislature called by Gov. Stanley on ed into Saturday by President B. W. American Ship Starts Over. every courtesy by the German offici- military measures taken bv tin; Gov baturday, to consider revision of the Givens of the fnir association, nnd of Airs. Waller W. Saunders shortly The American Line received a caals and people, who seem astonished ernment following the snvnranro nf blegram at New York Monday saying states revenue nmi tnv.it;,-.i... vm Ballard, owner of the grounds, after three o'clock Monday afterat the sudden rupture between their diplomatic relations with Germany. that the steamship Now York, carry- Just how Senator Montgomery will by which their use will be obtained noon. President Wilson conferred brief-- . ing passengers, country and the United Slates. vote on the proposed tax law lis for the fair. With this important All that loving hearts and tender Diplomatic relations between the ly alter his uddress to Congress with n. m.. Sntnrilnv. left Liverpool at 5 by the special Tnx Commis- - matter settled, other work of pushSin is tl,,. i!m United States and Germany were Secretary Baker and Secretary Dan- American passenger shin to sail since 5lon' na.s "ot I'ocn stated by him, so ing plans for the best fair of them hands could do was done, but the iels. The sioicd Saturday, as a result of Ger- had to be conference, it wns stated, Germany promulgated her new sub- - "". "" l: s advised. Kopresi all this year, will immediately go Death Angel's claim for this, beauentirely with precautionary many's announced determination to warfare. Tln Nnm Yml.-- rr. tativc Gooch told an I. J. represent!!- - forward apace. Applications for tiful young life could not be denied, use her submarines to sink all ships steps, although the secretaries also marine uve a snort time ago concessions are alreadv coming in and ried 231 passengers, including which endeavor to engage jn. com- probably gave some general informa- Amending. She is expected to manv vote for the change in that he will everything points to the biggest suc- and she leaves behind, not only a do tha tax Taw. arrive as he tion as to the nation's preparedness merce with other European nations ting father, brothers and sisters, but believes that the people want cess this year of them all. ne.xi oununy. for war. with which Germany is at war. a change, having G,fmnn S,"P Guarded nt Manila votes in adopting said so by their SQUIRE DUDDERAR ANNOUNCES a husband, to whom she gave her It was made clear that the AdminSimiliar action is waiting for Ausa The life, but a scant two years ago, and tria when she notifies this Govern- istration had no desire to take war- thoritiesPhilippine Island naval au- amendment authorizing constitutional Announcement is made today by today he is bowed with unutterable the legislaMonday seized the seven- ture to ment that she joins in the campaign like measures unless forced to do so teen change the tax laws. There is a Squire Tom Dudderar as a candidate grief beside her bier, while the whole German merchant vessels anby some act of Germany. of unrestricted submnrine warfare. ... ..v ji The Philadelphia navv van! virtu chored in Manila Bay. All the Ger- considerable nmnnnt nf wmiwaiuuu IU for the democratic nnminntmn fnr community extends its hand and The President made formal anthe linos suggest- Magistrate in Stanford No. 1, magis- heart in sincerest sympathy. man crews were removed; Naval ed, however, nouncement of his action to the ally was placed upon a war basis Sun- guards in this section. terial district of Lincoln county. Mrs. Saunders had been ill for and to th" world Saturday at day. The interned German auxilary Bouts were left on the vessels. were sent to the German mer- that thels,Jhe first ti,nc ' - years Friends of Squire Dudderar say that over a year of a complication cruisers Kronprinz Wilhelm and Prinz of a jt hit session of Congress. Kentucky legislature has his record in office, since he wiis apchantmen which were boarded one at Hecn Passports have been handed to Kite Fricdrich were seized by order a time. convened in special session. The pointed to fill the vacancy caused by troubles. A visit to Asheville, and The American crews took (' )unt von nernstorff; Ambassador of the Navy Department and their off later the best medical treatment at session automatically limited to Fields, to the who Louisville hospitals, could do little Gerard with all his staff and all crews imprisoned in an isolation bar- in the Germans,district, were landed days and the expenseis will easily to-() the removal of Squiresuch has been whirl, wm business that in all American- Consuls have been ordered racks. The seizure was followed by tal $100,000 The senate and lmu e probability he will have no opposition, for her, and so she was brought back home to die, a few days ago, and it out of Germany. All German Consuls the placing of an armed guard at the almost deserted at that hour. Squads iimn fii'ne ..1. ...!... sergeanis-at-armand they insist, that he ought to police met the Germans. ....,.., x., v.vms, yard entrance, while marines were i i the United State are exepected to no smile on .... . ... fiuAmericanI'm tiuLimi.Mi.'; ...mi curt; iiiiiii'i. iiiimirii imirt?H. rioik'rnfiivi Lw.n- - given the place without opposition be was with a heart that her lips andwife i .i. i i i ...,. nit'., ,:i: "-- mimin in ., in fear in her oiLiiKJw m us ui imiiui uit; isiiiii huh win this withdraw, that the severance of rela""-of the splendid record he has went out into the Great young lc'.ctC( llt the 1910 view of the Government preserve. Motor- - f- the Germans who are without re- - ', - '," lv Unknown, tions may be complete. American I The others will go free, t,loir,,P.,c-through made. Squire Dudderar is one of the .,?in lomatic interests in Merlin have been boats and other light craft with ma- - souret-8W,th 0Hlv onu best known democrats of this district, iter faith secure in His promise to chine guns aboard patrolled the river American police are guarding the V?"' those who believe on His Son. turned over to Spain; German diploDV.If,1(-- ' the house, which must which is composed of the four StanGerman 150 years of Mrs. matic interests in the United States and prevented vessels from coming Manila consulate. A dispatch from nass jt ford precincts. The democratic nomi- age last Saunders was Sunday said guards had been ... ........,. .,.","" the '...... Lave been taken over by Switzerland. Within a prescribed area. Command- Christmas Day. having been . t UIII)1C lmt, tQ uc nation in this district is equivalent to placed on the vessels. In addition Foreign diplomatic interests which ant Russell issued orders recalling December quaint themselves with all the election, as all four of the precincts born daughter of 25. 1880. She was M. O. Vanderveer, the the United States had in charge in shore leave of all marines and sailors. to the seventeen merchantmen at tails of the proposed legislation de- show ii big democratic majority. by ,of this city, was born here in Stan Germany have been turned over to Visitors to the yard were strictly for- Manila there are two German ves- listening to the debates in sels iit Cebu and three at Zamboan- the house bidden. various neutrals. ford, and reared here and was and the employes will enjov a sesDR. GANFIELD SPEAKS V An attempt was made Sunday to known and beloved by all for her sion of comparative ease until the Dr. W. A. Gantield, the talented many admirable traits of character. Foreign Organizations Loyal. The situation arising from the sev scuttle the United States torpedo house begins Representatives of Germany, Aus- ate and even sending bills to the sen- and brilliant president of Central Im early life she united with the tth brat r erance of diplomatic relations ! .lacoti J it.,; bv onen- then thev will have University, Danville, made a greatly Christian church, and her daily walk Germany remains virtually the same boat destryoer Jacob Jones by open trian and Hungarian organizations in very little work to do. appieciated address before the joint was ever in conformity with its as when President Wilson made his ing several of her sea cocks at the lo New York Citv said Monday that the meeting of the Christian Endeavor teachings. momentous announcement to Con cal navy yard, according to unofficial resolution of "Unqualified loyalty FUiNERAL OF DR. COX Societies of Stanford at the Presbyand allegiance" to the United States gross last Saturday. The status of nut reliable reports. In addition to her, The remains of Dr. C. A. Cox, who terian church Friday night. Owing to husband, and father, she is survived Austria, through her adherence to Leaders in Congress without re- adopted at a meeting of these bodies died at Joneslioro, Tenn., Friday, the extreme weather, the crowd was by the following brothers and sisGeirnany's submarine warfare, has gard to politics expressed freelv their Sunday night was only the first of not yet been determined. Meanwhile, approval of President Wilson's course messages of this kind that would bo kiu uiuuKiii u oianioru, ins former not as large is it should have been. ters: David W. Vanderveer, of sent to President Wilson this week. hom,e Sunday morning, and interred for Dr. Ganfield always makes a sen- 'Richmond, Owen Vanderveer, of Litthe American Ambassador in Ger- and of his address. many has demanded his passports Senator Lodge, ranking Republican Sunday night's meeting was attended in Buffalo SnriiiL's ccmotnri- - in- - Mir.,. sible, appealing talk, no matter what tle Rock, Ark., Mrs. J. C. Lynn, and of his wife, who died a number of the occasion, and those who were Miss Blanche Vanderveer, of this and is making preparations to leave member of the Foreign Relations by representatives of Teutonic and years ago. Funeral services were con- present, heard something good. He city. Berlin, and plans are afoot for the Committee: "I most thorouirhlv ap Hungarian organizations with a memducted at the Methodist church, of discussed the Christian Endeavor Funeral services will be held WedGernrtn Ambassador and his retinue prove and cordially support the Pres- bership of 100,000. which he had been almost a work from five viewpoints, elaborat- nesday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock at ident in giving .the German Ambasfor Germany next week. to Wnr Would Be Mostly Defensive member, the pastor Rev. W. D. ing on each in clear, convincing stlye. the home here, conducted by Rev. P. n Bills have been introduced in the sador his passports and in recalling Confidential interviews with the paying a beautiful tribute to Members of the two societies Congress to penalize all our Ambassador from Berlin. It is best informed navy and army men in L. Bruce and M. D. Early. Interment American the deceased, for his e in a program before his address. will be in Buffalo Springs cemetery. of lapersons found guilty of publishing or the right thing to do and is demanded Washington, all of whom refuse to bor in the Master's vineyard. PallThe active pallbearers are: Messrs. attempting to ascertain any informa- both by the honor and the safety of allow their names to be used at this BURKE VANHOOK T. W. Pennington, A. II. Severance, tion regarding American resources or the American people." time, indicate that in case there bearers Were Messrs. J. A. Allen, E. T. Pence, ,3r.. Jesse Walter. J. P. Speaker Clark: "I do not think- - should be a declaration of war bedefenses, providing a penalty of imOn the eve of the last day of Jan- R. B. Woods, J. II. Wright, Jack Rout there is going to be any war. I do tween the United States and Ger Chancellor, W. M. Matheny , and II. C. uary at the home of Mr. and Mrs. and L. R. Hughes; honorary: Messrs. prisonment for life. Ed Hubbard, the words were said B. W. Givens. S. T. Harris, R. L. American manufacturers have of- not think the Germans will blow up many the first military activities and Rupley. ' fered to turn their plant over to the iny oi our snips. J think the I'resi- - the only activities on the part qf,thJ3 U BILL twhich united in marriage Frank Van- - Porter, M. S. Buughman, K. S.. AlJ5tkSLY! FOUND DElAD corn and G. T. Wood. hook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Government without profit. These in- dent stated the conditions exactly' country. for.weeksanri months Will Blakely, son of Bart Blakelev. clude the Ford motor plant, Cnrneirio of near Highland and a hustoenaior (.ummins, Kepuuncan: "l of a purely defensive nature. There and Bethldhem steel plants, the Rem- - entirely approve of the President's will be no sending of the navy to Eu- and a well known young negro of ling farmer and the pretty and acAl. WALLACE LOSES WIFE .Miss Florence ington Arms Company nnd the Win-- ! course. I do not see how he could ropean waters nor any sending of any Stanford, as found dead at his par- complished Burke, ents' home in Macksville eaWv Mon- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burke of have done anything else in view of part of our army to European soil. The Campbellsville Chester Manufacturing Company. day He is believed to have Green River section The room was said last week of the death of the wife Two other British steamers, the Isle the American position. Whether or American activities will be much been morning. pneumonia ill with of Arran and Hurstwood have been not war comes depends, of course, on like those of for several decorated with pink and white car- of Al Wallace, voungest son of Mrs. submarined, and a British sailing1 whether Germany earriesyout her the Entente Japr.n, who is anally of days. When not drinking, Bill, was nations, hyacinths and ferns. The Mary Wallace of this city: On last nations. ship, the Garnet Hall, is believed to threat. I agree with the President in Japan lias not contributed shins or one of the best workers in town and bride caricri a bunch of white carna- Sunday morning at 8:15 the fatal have been sunk. Five fatalities result- -' the belief that Germany will not go men to the operations in the Mediter- was always in great denmrwl wlmn tions and ferns. Theye were accom summons of the angel throng' called the housewives did their spring A. Wallace, wife Mrs. Mamie oil from the torpedoing of the Hurst- - that far." by ranean, Englisn Channel, the cleaning. He sarved a shnrf. form in paniedGreen Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Green. R. Wallace toE.her home beyond.of She Count von Bernstorff, the German North Seii the the Mrs. ood. which is said to have been done carried a boquet of pink or Irish Sea. Japan has tho penitentiary a number of was a consistent msmber of thet Bapn'iMi it wnrnmir. The Danish steam- - ambassador, who is sent homo, snul; veins " Ir,! imin,tIons of war ago for the killing of another negro carnations and ferns. I tist church and had been a christian Kruse, with u cargo of wheat! "So it really is true. I'm so sorry. f.. it t' I' dgian Relief Committee has However, as you know, I expected it. named Cato Crenshaw, which he since early girlhood. The deceased .;'. I't DR. AMON ON COMMITTEE ' i1".' i St lte wi I never expected anything else. There J1."0 most. 'Is- claimed was a case of self . the bottom near the Belgian . ,..i fo. Dr. J. A. Amon, of Lancaster, is was nn orphan, reared by Mr. and ,l ", "V. "" li , "J mai '"?. co. . i ither having been torpedoed was nothing left for the United on the committee named by Gov. Mrs. John Jarboe, of Springfield, Ky. (States to do. I wonder how I am go- or struck a mine. Stanley to investigate the University She was a kind and lovable wife and ''"'"i ALASKA VuIl"1,l,K fo0(1' t0 v l"V! Walter II. Page, the American Am- - ing to get home. I suppose I will iret En gin nd "BONE DRY" NOW of Kentucky at Lexington. The Gov- mother and belonged to that class of bass., lor to England held long confer- - my passports any time now, The Alaska "bone dry" prohibition ernor was authorized to select a com- women who worked for their Master, This country could, of course bill, already passed by the Senate mittee at a recent meeting of tho and who never forgot their obliga onces with A. J. Balfour, British r or-- ; certainly am not surprised at the ac- its navy in convoying ships small. When we think tion, large oign Secretary and Merry del Val. tion that has been taken. My people with these supplies, and in this y.H passed in the House withe ut a Board of Trustees of the university. of the manyor virtues that adorned her Spain's Ambassador, in London. The in Berlin will not be surprised either, dangerous work some of the rolleall after an unsuccessful fight to The members of the committee were life, how her every thought and act participation of Spain and Spanish-- ! They knew what was coming when woiild of a prevent it considerr.tion. The Ken- selected from the Board of Trustees, liter American countries in action similiar 'they declared unrestricted submnrine Germansooner or v or run afoulmight tucky delegatic: showed a large pre and are J. A. Lyle. New York: II. M. pointed to something pure, high and submari mine to that of the United States is be- warfare. However, I have simply been even meet a German raider. or ponderance oi "drys" wnen the vote Frohman. Lexington; J. N. Turner, noble, it brings to us a consoling through divine inlieved to have been discussed with here to curry out the orders of my Merchants ships under the Ameri- was taken as to whether the Alaska Paintsville; A. G. Gordon, Louisville, thought thatiire better her pray that and Government and I have done so." fluence e prohibition bill shculd be considered, and Dr. J. A. Anion, Lancaster. Senor del Val. can flag would follow Great Britian each day we may be found striving to The date of sailing of the American ' The Louisville Anzciger, the the Kentucky delegation dividing us in arming such emulate her beautiful christian life. ork nns,man ,n.jr.t0, p,K.r there, comes out agiiinst submarine ships for defense follows: St. Louis from New attack and in eved- - loyally for Though she is gone, she still live? in Dry Bnrkkwv Thomas. Kircholoo. Here, been suspended until probably America first, declaring ery way the hearts of all who know her nnd nesday. at noon, to await develop- - that all citizens of this country, who cooperate possible this country would Johnson, Helm, angley, Powers and with the Allies to break the ments in the international situation. ,a,.e 0f German blood will be "true to German St. Mary's basket ball team defeat- feel poorer by her loss. The funeral attempt to blockade the Fields eight. An official statement issued in Lon-- 1 the Star Spangld Banner." Wet Sheiley, Rouse and Cantrill ed the Eastern State Normal 42 to services were held at the home, con- y British Islands ducted by her pastor, Rev. L. C. K don says an American, Richard Wal- Bryan issued a statement Satur-Jac- submarines and and France with its three. 28. mines. on Monday afternoon at 2 o'of Baltimore, and the master ,my njKj,t t the American people Mrs. Anne Clay McDowell, n grand clock, and the interment in the Brook The United States has no naval vestwo seamen of the British steam- - pealing to them to let the President sels which can be SUSTAINS LOSS IN FIRE daughter of Henry Clay, died at Lex- side cemetery. To the surviving husspaied to augment er Eavcstone met death through the am Congress "know what the News comes from Sunbright, ington, Saturday, aged 80. nor do the British band and son, William Jarboe, we exof a submarine as they were ,,ic at home protest against entering the British fleet except as M. Tenn., that need our vessels Reports from all of the South tend our heartfelt sympathy. stated to merly of this James lost a Saufley, forleaving the steamer in small boats as tns wal. on eitlier side with its frijfht-sh- e convoy munitions city, considerable American and provision ships. amount of countries are that they was sinking from the gunfire expenditure of blood and d furniture nnd household As to into her by the underwater slu.e; that they are not willing to send the fight sending men to take part in goods in a fire which destroyed the unanimously approve the step that YOUNG WIFE BURNS TO DEATH on the Western front, the President Wilson has taken. j American soldiers across the Atlantic craft. News comes from Somerset idea is so remote that at this time house in which he was living and a Robert T. Wallace, Jailer of Fay- the young wife of Smith Weaver that A squad of marines left the Phila-- , to march under the banner of a Eu- large part of the town last week. was dclphia navy yard to Ruard the l.er-- 1 vonean monarch or die on European officials regardt as fantastic. Men Mr. Saufley was able to save a good ette county, was indicted by the grand burned to death last week. Her garJiKe man wireless plant to Tuckerton, N. soji jn settlement of European quar-.- Scottlien. Leonard Wood and Gen. portion of his household goods, how- jury at Lexington on a charge of ments took fire from an open grate, say quite frankly that the U. Feverish activity of the Atlantic Iels." He is malfeasance in office. He is nl'eged to and before fire could be extinS. army is quite inadequate to home ever, and carried insurance hnve reserve fleet was noted at Philadel-- 1 a dispatch from Washington says needs nnd no one would think of agent at that poii.t for the Cincin- streetsallowed prisoners to be on the guished everythe vestige of clothing was without a guard. liiiiu, uiiucu ouues uuinyBuiiis nwnii that two hundred Americans at least sending it abroad nati Southern railroad. burned from her body. Mrs. Weaver Dakota and Kansas shifted their posi-- mVt, K011t, to their tlcaths through Rev. Levi S. Chilton, 80 years old, had her baby in her arms at the time yards of,(jennan tion to within one hundred Austrian submarine op- - SOUTHERN FARMERS PROSPER IMPORTANT INSURANCE CASE and one of the oldest Baptist Minis but threw it on a bed unharmed. She interned German vessels, By judgment of the Court of Ap- ters in Kentucky died at his home nt lived about eight hours and wns raerations. Most of the Americans lost The protests of both Brazil and were traveling on unarmed merchant-ship"Farmers of the South are better peals, reversing the Fayette Circuit Turner Station in Henry county. His tional to the end. subSpain against the unrestricted and .under the practices of in- off by half a billion dollars than they Court, T. T. Forman, of Lexington, wife, who lived to the age of 90 marine campaign of Germany have ternational law and humanity, be- were this time last year," says the Mutual Life In- years, and who died in 1903, was t recovers from News of the Churches been completed, but will not be made lieved themselves secure. Fairfax Harrison, of the South- surance Company $990.08, the ac- Miss Lucy Bowen of Virginia. public before communication. Spain's Taft Favors Conscription. ern railway system, referring to the cumulated surplus on a $2,000 twenty Auditor It. L. Greene Presbyterian Church Mid week reply, which is understood to be an , "Now the war is on us." former figures of aggregate crop values pub- year life policy. The company paid suit against J. C. Lovitt,has filed former energetic protest, will be handed to President Taft told an audience at lished by the United States Depart- him $518.28. but the court said nn County Judge of Whitley county, and services Wednesday evening8 at 7 o'Teachers' meeting at o'clock. ihe German Ambassador at Madrid the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and ment of Agriculture. "These figures "illustration" showing the estimated his bondsmen and J. T. Stnmper, for clock. Sunday, May 0, 1917 marks tho As today. Sunday night he believed show." said Mr. Harrison, "that in earnings of such a policy had been mer tounty Judge or Knox county one Science hundredth anniversary or the beLittle fighting of moment, aside the people "would support Congress the States of Virginia. North Caro- - made part of the contract, guaran- and his bondsmen, to collect money from the usual bombardments and jn enacting a conscription law mak- linn, houth Carolina, Florida, Ken- teeing to him $990.08. The suit prob- alleged to be due the state. The peti- ginning of organized Sunday school work in small attacks, is in progress on any ing provision not only for the present tucky. Tennessee, Alabama and ably will affect many similiar policies tion nvers Lovitt failed to nay the tions are America, elaborate preparabeing made by sumo of the of the battle fronts. The Germans but for the future after the war shall the total value of all crops in force in Kentucky. state $27.85 alleged to be due and denominational and interdenomina-a- l and Russians in the Riga sector have end. "Conscription was needed," grown in 1910 was $1.882.0(i0,000, suspended fines aggregating $1,000.50 Sunday school organizations for a come to grips near Knlnzem and Mr. Taft said, to teach native Ameri- as compared with $1,377,352,000 in SOME WEATHER. AGAIN State-wid- e .prohibition will become nation-wid- e celebration the occasFriedriehstndt. On both these sectors, can young respect for authority and 1915, an increase of $504,708,00, or One of tho very coldest spells of effective in Indiana on April 2, 1918. ion. In this connection of will also be , tho Germans, who were on the offen- "our millions of newly created citi- 30.04 per cent. These figures nro ar- tho winter, came without warning The senate late last week, passed bv celebrated the one hundredth annisive, were repulsed, according to zens loyalty." rived at by taking the reported vnl- - Sunday. Tho sun shone a little that a vote of 38 to 11 the statewide bill versary of the organization of the Petrograd. Germans Removed from Canal. morning, and thermometers were which has already passed the house, American Sunday School Union. This ues of thirteen principal crops as to Twenty Germans have been remoy. which the Agriculture Department around 40 and 50, but that afternoon and it becomes effective without vote society, which is interdenomination Two years of diplomatic negotia ed from tho working force on the collects annual statistics and adding a regulnr North Pole blizzard with a of tho people, as is required in Ken al in character, has founded approxi- tion .marked with frequent crisis and ranama Uanu! and about eighty oth- values for all other crops based on snowfall so densu that visibility was tucky. 1 he new law prohibits even the mutely 130.000 Sunday schools, and attended with the loss of more than er Germans will bo sent to New York the percentages of the thirteen crops restricted in all directions, came long. sale by druggists of whisky and wine now has 230 representatives giving '200 American lives on the high seas, on the United States transport to all crops as shown bv thn census nnd the mercury sank rapidly. Many for medicinnl purposes. their entire time to the work. , have culminated with an act which of 1910. While tho increased total thermometers registered 8 below 18,000,000 Men Available. in all the history of all the world has value shown is, in Inrge part, due to Sunday night and Monday was very FOR A BILIOUS ATTACK BEST RECOMMENDATION In a serious emergency, ncurlv 18 higher prices for farm products, it is cold. The temperature's rising today, THE strongest nlwuys led to war. Every agency of The recommendation any When you a the American uovcrnment has been million men are nvailable for mili- - truly remarkable when taken in con- however, and the worst seems to bo article may receive is a favorable accompanied have a severe headache, by coated tongue, tit in inntinn to nrotoet the cnuntrv tarv service, aernrillnii' in nn oat! nection with tho unfavorable weuther over for n while, anyway. word from the user. It is the recom- loathing of food, constipation, torpid against nets of German sympathizers. mate made by the executive commit- - conditions which ccevuiled In n Innm mendations of those who have it that liver, vomiting of partly digested moves are of necessity being tee of Muvor Mitchel's committee on part of the territory. In some localiI These SOMETHING GOOD makes Chamberlain's Cough Remedy food and then bile, you may know national defense at New York. There ties, as a result of ndverso weathor kept secret. Those who hate nastv medicini so popular. Mrs. Amanda Gierhart, that you have a severe bilious attack. With tho notice of severance of re are now physically fit for service in conditions and the damage dono by should try Chamberalin's Tablets for While you may be waynesneid, is lations the United States sent to Ber- the field, it as said, 10,535,940 men the Mexican cotton boll wecil, crop constipation. They are pleasant to Iain's Cough unio, writes, "Chamber. murh PnllKnlnt mn inquite sick- there .... Remedy has been used IrrmttM...- il,t lin a demand for the immediate re between tho ages of 18 and 45 years. yields were substantially reduced, take and their effect is so agreeable in my family off and on for twenty lief m.,v I... i..i i,u t.,L.;., .i. Americans taken i Upon the basis of actual experience but, taking the South as a whole, its and so natural mat you will not years and it has never failed to curn'rhnmirin!n lease of sixtv-fou- r .. . 'r..i.i..u ti from the ships captured by uerman; of other countries where universal farmers were never mor prosperous realize that it has been produced by a cough or cold." Obtainable every, prompt and effectual. Obtainable ev-- a raiders in the South Atlantic. This re- - service prevail, the committee has than at this time." medicine. Obtainable everywhere, where. -- 4iJsM! ery where. 7 HOVERING AT VERGE OF WAR . 459,-00- 0, , sub-mitte- d - h... ,,.ln.. 1- Ihn-tonvill- c, - ..! i i . 1 - .., .".v.in. J- s. s "v-- - di-- . ,,,,,;,,? ,:,!., - , ,,. '.! heart-broke- n life-lon- g Wel-bur- took-par- t life-tim- I wi'-TL- Van-hoo- k, '! I News-Journ- I ; i - K'ir M: , J1-- '",.,, " -, , Ger-lin- er V j There, Everywhere el-le- e, ap-iin- d re j fi treas-poure- j ). J 1 . s, Presi-den- Miss-issipp- i, k. J . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: The Interior Journal SfrtKT,..KDtTOR Tuesday, February, 6, 1917 ONLY 8. M. Attn TROPRlitTon Knlertd nl the prutffilnr n fUnnfnrd, Ky., mid mutter nfcnnd rto Subscription Rntes Dependability ' A few more DAY 5 to enrll in our luiiu Tlolli Ihhipp n WPfk, prr ypar.......... Jl.fifl 1.00 Tvee n wrk, (or 8 months Twlfp n vrrk, fur (1 month...,.......... 7d in a wuW, for n months 1 00 Ijmip, nor yrnr Once n wrrk, cither Snlnfriptinnn Itrr raUi In nilrnnri to nil! P per Mfip when tlmr for which It l pilcl, la up Political Announcements. Thp Intrrlnr .lournnl l anthnrlzrd to itv houncn thp following rnmliilntPB for office nili primary thp flrft 3nt 'rot to Hip nnlnv In AiicuM, 1017 (Anncunfpmpnt (op ofilcp l $10; for dlMrlrt of 'or tieh cimntv Ore, $1G; for city or mnqlstprlnl nffien $5 No ntinniinrttmnt will he mailo until fee It paid in ndrance ) You'll take a chance on an unknown scarf or collar or some oilier 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 trouble, makes you a member. If you cannot come personally ask a friend to For State Senator JAY W. HAKLAN H. CLAY KAUFFMAN For Sheriff J. II. LIVINGSTON. For County Judge M. S. BAUGHMAN. W. S. DRYE. M. P. NORTH. Adler's Collegian Clothes I - T. A. RICE For County Attorney For Repreentative For Jailer For J. S. OWSLEY. II. G. SKILES. V. A. CARSON. GEORGE P. DEB0RDE DINK FARMER AI V si i make the deposit for you. You will be glad next and BE SURE of the utmost in and tailorship? " style-valu- e Christmas that were a member. you For Magistrate 1st Dist. Aeor CASH J. N. "tr - J. T. DUDDERAR You will not miss the small weekly deposits, and you will receive a check for all you have paid in, plus interest, just when the money will insure you A MERRY CHRISTMAS ENROLL AT ONCE Line oin County The unanimity with which newspapers printed in the German lan guage and circulating chiefly among those who tire of German or kindred blood, are supporting the president loyally in the step he has been forced to take, is very pleasing to many of us who also 'are descended from forefathers who came from the Fathciland. There should be and is no such thing now as a This ciisis has eliminated the hyphen. A man is cither a German or an American and if the former now, the sooner he can return to the old country the better for him and us all in every way. There can y be no measures or methods for any man whose whole heart and sympathy is not with the United SUttes of America from now on. German-American. 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. half-wa- McRoberts & oftiicy iag&asMaKMSEg&m .mjLjmjmiiijjj&'xszrziszbsz VERB onal Bank "Corner Next to Court House" STANFORD, MB3KSEncusutziasaEexs - - - - KENTUCKY saaasaxaoBsatL caaTCTiTCTtMnaawaia'PCjarreaMnoranjreccB Up-to-Da- te r.f x&w fi) J& n '" &.J. .!.., t fc.vnu.'V A sys J?LV VHBMm V. GS17S :iSB' C&ac3Sr lliiillll llll MuliF ST kd&3im&r&ir' jl .'iTd,"! strrnv . Tn..". v.-L r .'""'.. vmr&&m$mars 2A Si '','&SySj&.r0rZX!l nw&.rw '. '.V is.? SfSl?ir While none of us wants war with Germany or any other country, now that seeni.s near, every true American will stand loyally behind the president and the Stars and Stripes. (PMWlKCED me-o-Any one who hesitates at such a crisis must be viewed with suspicion and the temper of the American ENDS CATARRH, ASTHMA, people will biook no treachery and Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, oi condone no treason at such a time money back. Sold and guaranteed bj The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Stanjey calls the legislature together on Feb. 1 1th to present the taxpayers with a $100,000 valentine; Have You These? which is really a comic after all for they have to pay for it. In the soft firelight the boarding-hous- e sitting-ioolooked almost cozy and attractive. The warmth LET'S TRY IT Have you ever wondered what the and comfort thawed the heart of the result would be if the people of this oldest lodger. town thought and said nothing but In an expansive moment he turned good of each other for thirty or sixty dajs? Think. It would woik a rev- toward the landlady, who was his in the room, and olution in both mind and body. Peo- only companion ple who are constantly naggine would clasping her hands fondly, murmur have lost the habit. The best that is in each one would have unconsciously ed: "Will you be my wife?" forced its way out and nobility of chat niter would have made rapid The woman did not start or blush. strides toward supplanting the igno- No maiden coyness shone from her ble and vicious in man and womaneyes. kind. Our town might not be it Gar- clear, cold "No, sir," she replied with calm deden of Eden, hut it would come nearer to it than any other spot on earth. liberation. "I'm sorry, but I cannot And it wouldn't cost us a penny. Ex. marry you. You've been here four years, and are much too good a boarder to be put on the fiee list." Y0ME Heard W. H. Higgles Has an interesting proposition on Casing for your Au:o. Call and See Him mraMmamwi " m r'lWKS w --". Vy.j'.A'.i'MSUi iSiEsssaaaroKSMscsrnncsaajicass Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs Eubank :AT- - The Lincoln Pharmacy Dr. W. N. Craig, Optician J. W. ACEY, Proprietor Stanford, Kentucky Mis-- s Minnie Raker, of Somerset, was heie with homefolks last week. Mrs. Fannie Aker, of Indiana, is vi.siting her daughter, Mrs. George Raugh. Miss Jennie Gooch is at home from Danville for a few days. Mis Mary Sutler is visiting relatives here. Dennic Rhodes, of Indianapolis, Ind., is here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Green McMnllin, and attending school. Mrs. George Raugh has been in Indiana visiting her parents, Mr. and Tom Aker. Luther McMullin gave a social at his homo Thursday night. Several attended nnd all reported a nice CENT -WORD ADS W. E.tt (Ads here are 1 cent a word each lfsue, cash with order; no ad lees than 25c each issue.) Crab Orchard, Kentucky JjftmuyriTPBmnyqi PERKINS, en. nTrrmremtKKrrKv- ring. LOST. Small bunch of keys on Finder letum to this office. 2t FOR RENT House of four rooms on East Main street. Apply to J. S. Raughman, Stanford. 9-- 4 Mr. Farmer We have on hand now anumber of Chattanooga Plows the best on the market for your spring needs. Come in and look them over before you buy. FOR SALE. C5 ewes and lambs. Joe Gann, Phone 83-- 40 Hus-tonvill- e. ' 11-- 2. time. FOR SALE 40 nice sheep; extra Miss Deela Rigney, who lias been good ones. M. Cress, R. D. 2 Crab with Mrs. Virgil llastin for a few Orchard. J. 11-- 2 weeks, retun.ed to her home at King's Mountain Saturday. Ira Tilford untl Dan McCarty, of Danville, were callers here Sunday. Kcv. Coaliley tilled his BAUGHMAN'S "HEN FEED" We are making a mixed feed for chicken from clean wholesome grain and feed, proportioned to make an ideal food for the fowl. here Sunday. Miss uewey IJryant, who has been with her grandparents, for a few months, leturnetl to her home in t, last week. Mrs. Lewis Wolcott anil baby of Ohio, are visiting her parents, Rev. Aodd and wife. The members of the M. E. church held their quarterly meeting Sunday. Mrs. Ross and daughters, of Somerset, have been here visiting Mrs. Som-esre- DROP us a card or phone us No. (i(i-for fine fresh meats at prices you can't beat anywhere. Peyton & Dinwiddle, Morcland. 10-- 2 X Hus-tonvil- le GEORGE H. FARRIS furFOR RENT Three rooms, nished or unfurnished; suitable for light housekeeping. Miss Liccie Bcaz-le- y, Stanford. 10-- 2 FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, Rugs, Wall Paper, Laco Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, Pictures nnd Stoves. W. A. Tribblo 97-t- MARDI GRAS ONLY A DAY AND NIGHT TO NEW ORLEANS Here it the Mixture: Cracked corn, wheat, buckwheat, cane (eed, oat and barley. AH feedno waste in it. Try tome now you will like it. $2.50 per 100 lb. ar J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMFANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY The I. J. it only $1.50 a year twice a week; $1 for once a week. Eugene Price spent Sunday with Stanford. f homefolks at Morcland. Jim Finley and Clifton Gartmcn, FOR SALE. One pair of good of Somerset, were callers hero Sunday. work horses; either single or double; Prof. Sanders visited homefolks one n combined horse, the other a Sunday, R. Miss Delia Nelson nnd sister, Dor- safe family horse; will sell cheap. cas, were in Somerset bhopping Sat- II. Bronuagh, Crab Orcluud. urday. Dennio Cullip of Illinois, and Mis3 NICE HOME FOR SALE IN Lena Gooch, of Olive, wero united in the holy bonds of matrimony SatThreo acres of land, fruit urday. Their many friends wish them and shade trees, five room house, much success and happiness. They will leave for Illinois in a few days blacksmith und carriage shop, and where they, will make their future other outbuildings, all in good rehome. pair; set of blacksmith and carriage Vestal McMullin spent last week in tools, will be sold on terms to suit. Ohio. See Harry Cook on premises. J. F. . Mrs. Martha Hicks is very ill of Cook, Box 43G, Lexington, Ky. heart trouble. F 0-- C. II. Marcum. Louisville & Nashville Railroad Tickets on sale daily, Feb 12 to 19, inclusive New Orleans $21.80; Mobile $19.25; Pensa-col- a $19.55 Round Trip from Stanford, Ky. Sleeping car fare $4.00 to $4.60 each way. Board at best private homes $1.00 per day, or at first-clas- s hotels $2.00 per day and un For particulars see L. & N. Agent. Call for Hit of LoteU, rooming and boarding house MAY-WOO- D 8 Trade with the merchants who advertise; they want your trade The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, February, 6, ' 1917 PLEASE REMEMBER! ct Without Fear Of Indigestion Or 5our, Acid Stomach Pinqunrd, and a sister, Mrs. Todd, of Plncvlllc. A dispatch This Bank Is Seeking Your Business and is fully equipped and prepared to care for 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 "Pnpe's Diapcpsin" instnnt Rcliofl Ends Your Stomach Troublp Forever formerly p.,or or the Mrthodlit church in Danville and wpll known all over Kentucky suffered a stroke of paraJyuiH at his home In that city. He is spoechle.su. Mr. VniiHht moved to Lo- Angolcs from Carlisle, Ken- Cnl., sa.- - from Los Angola, that Rev. J. O. A. Vaught, ir : - w r,-...',i'v,- - - Ffflv WaaiJ ins m gFLPWBak f i B$ fel '. z1 i 'a M u I WJ The First! laf ional Bank Stanford, Ky, J. S. HOCKER, President S. T. HARRIS, Vice-Preside- Cashier FOSTER, Asst. Cashier W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. Bookkeeper H. C. BAUGHMAN, C. HAYS X933Bfi Personal and Social Coming Events Yes! Lift A Corn Off Without Pain Feb. 7. This C. W. B. M. will meet at the Christum cnurch at 2 o'- Cincinnati Authority Tells How To clock. Dry Up A Corn Or Callus So It Feb. 10 The Beulah Walker Circle of the Christian Church will meet Lifts Off With Fingers with Mrs. John S. Baughmnn at 2 o'clock. You men and wom Feb. 14 Regular meeting of the en need suffer no longer. Wear the Woman's Club at 3 P. M. shoes that nearly killed you before, says this Cincinnati authority, beMiss Adelia Russell is at the Eliza- cause a few drops of freezone applied beth hospital at Lebanon taking the directly on a tender, aching corn or callus, stops soreness at once and training for a nurse. W. G. Withers has been confined to soon the corn or hardened callus loos, his home her several days on account ens so it can be lifted out, root and all, without pain. of illness, but is much better. Harry Farmer, who is attending A small bottle of freezono costs very State University at Lexington, spent little at anj- drug store, but will posiseveral days at home last week with tively take off every hard or soft corn or callus. This should be tried, his mother here. Charles E. Cox and daughter, Miss as it is inexpensive and is said not to Helen Cox, of Jonesboro, accompani- irritate the surrounding skin. If your druggist hasn't any fiee-- j ed the remains of his father, Dr. C. A. zone tell him to get a small bottle for Cox. here Sunday. Miss Pattie Stephenson is the guest you from his wholesale drug house. It of Mrs. George Stephenson and other is line stuff and acts like a charm ll-- l time. relatives at Crab Orchard. Col. Sam Holm, of the Turnors-vill- e section, went up to London MonMrs. W. P. Kincaid returned from day, on business. Lebanon this morning. Mrs. Lester Camden, of Somerset, Mrs. J. N. Menefce, Sr., has been is the guest of her mother, Mrs. J. confined to her room for several Monticello News. W. Castelllo. Mrs. B. D. Carter has been at the clays an account of grip, but is much bedside of her mother, Mrs. Sallic oettcr. Mrs. W. J. Childress and little Good, at Mitchellburg, who has been daughter, Miss Norine, of Hustonville, ill. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Dunaway, of were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. the Highland section, went to Indian- II. McFcrron at Mt. Vernon last week. apolis, today, where Mr. Dunaway has Mrs. Mary Wallnce and daughter, accepted a nice position with a rail- Miss Mary Etta, of Stanford, attend-- I road company. ed the funeral of Mrs. A. R. Wallace Miss Blanche VanDeveer, of and will remain here for sjme tune. N. C, was here at the bedside C.mpbellsville Journal. of her sister, .Mrs. Walter W. SaunProf. Walter Moser accompanied ders, who died Monday. Mrs. Lelia B. Cook left Sunday Prof. Chas. A. Keith, who had been to Moreland night for Cedar Springs, S. C, where ment addresstoofdeliver the commencethe graduating class, she had accepted a position as matron went to Richmond last Friday, where in the Deaf School. he entered E. K. S. N. Miss Leonora Sutherland, of Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Beck, who pracis the guest of Mrs. Clay ticed Davis in the country. Mis? Gertrudes moveddentistry here several years and Wilkinson, of this city is also ner old in to Wilmore and later to their Mercer county, moved this guest. Private Coleman Lutes, of the h. week to the Woods farm near Hanly. Jessamine News. S. regular army, who is stationed on Mr. and Mrs. M. O. VanDavecr, Jr., spent recruiting duty at Lebanon, been here Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and of Little Rock, Ark., have been sumfor several days, having Mrs. John Lutes. The many friends of little Victor moned here by the illness of his sister Mi3. Mahan, the adopted son of Mr. and Monday. Walter Saunders, who died Mrs. W. M. Mahan, of Lancaster, Mrs. Hayden Leavell, of Lancaswill be glad to hear that he is rapid- ter, was brought down to the Dandangerous case ly impiovitig after a ville and Boyle County Hospital yesof pneuonmia. H. J. McRobcrts left this morning terday by Dr. Mack Elliott, where for Atlanta, Ga. Mr. McRoberts was she underwent an operation. Dannt Atlanta some weeks, but returned ville Advocate. William Weatherford Mr. and Mrs. to his home and has been sick ever have been guests since, Ho hopes to be benefited by of Houston, Texas, Weatherford. Mr. going back and remaining several of Col. Georgeis D. one of the biggest Weatherford weeks. cotton dealers in the Lone Star State. corn-pestere- d i - ( ev-!c- ry ! Mor-ganto- n, I ; Wonder what upset your stomach tucky. T which portion of the food did the Dr. O. p. Nuckola, of Pinovillo, hug damage do you? Well, don't bother. is in a revolt; if received If your stomach his nnnointment from the .sour, gasay and upset, and whnt you State Hll.'lll! nl' Tn1tli eia .. just tite fermented into stubborn of the li.ll County Board of Health, lumps; head dizzy and aches; belch ' ' " "Oiioruwn, ul gases and acids r.nd eructate undi- Middl"-!iinr- . who resigned. Dr. Nuck-ol- s gested nil-foul, tongue food; breath iilso recently appointed a memb.'i of the City Board of Health. touted just lake a little Pape's wonDr. iiilo , the father of Mrs. C. and in five minutes you der what became of the indigestion Hays Vi, lev of this city. and distress. Millions of men and women today dipt Tom Farmer, who is said to know that it is needless to have a bad be makiMir one of the best guards the stomach. A little Diapcpsin occasionally keeps this delicate oigan regulat- penitentiary ever hnd on its staff at Frankfort, spent Sunday nnd Monday ed and they eat their favorite foods with hi i;.inily heio. He is preparing without fear. them over soon to be If your stomach doesn't take care to mow present he is boarding with with of your liberal limit without rebel- him. At Mrs. lion; if your food is a damage instead dipt, and uty. R. R. Gentry, fotnicr-J- y thi- of of a help, remember the quickest, T 1 arrest, most harmless relief is Pnpe's Diapcpsin which costs only fifty Gentlinn'ii of the Jury, arc you cents for a largo case at diug stores. agreed upon your verdict; asked It's tiuly wonderful it digests food the .Tiidi'.e piesiding over a Texas and sets things straight, so gently court. and easily that it is really astonish"Wo are." responded tho foreman. ing. Please, for your sake, don't go "Do you find the prisoner guilty on and on with a weak, disordered or not guiltv?" 1 stomach; it's so unnecessary. "We do." "You do? Do what?" exclaimed the stall led Judge. "We find the prisoner guilty or not guilty," answered the foreman. "But. gentlemen, vou ,1cannot le-"By Billy" . 1M. .L..A l Miss Elizabeth Hagan is an attrac nun a yuiiiici iikc mat. "Wnl, I don't know," the foreman tive visitor at the home of her iriend, responded. "You see, six of us find Miss Martha Tinder. him guilty and six of us find him not Friends of Dr. J. B. Kinnaiid are guilty and we've agreed to let it go delighted to hear he is recovering at that " from a sever attack of pneumonia. Mrs. Sherley Iloltzclaw and daugh Dr. (iiiinn. of the real estate firm ter, Nancy Katherme are visiting Mr. of Guinn & Johnson, of Science Hill, and .Mrs. Am Bourne. was in town late last week, on busiHon. II. Clay Kaulfman delivered ness, and brought the I. J. another to the Woman's Club last Friday ev big iob of printing for his hustling ening, a tine address, his subject, be- big land linn. Guinn & Johnson are ing "Immigration." selling more than their share of the Mr. S. Mancuru, a Japanese stu- farms all through their section, and dent of T. U. was to deliver an ad- the reason for their unprecedented dress at the Christian church Sunday business is that they are treating evening, the weather being so bad it their buyers right, have the right of farms at the right places, and finwas postponed until next Sunday. School Paper The Lancaster High ally are sending out nicely printed School can boast of the fact that they farm catalogues and other literature printed by the Interior Journal lure ire the first ones in central Kentucky matter to edit a school paper. The newsy at Stanford. When a man, no job, he where, sheet is called the "Bulletin" and knows gets a nicely printed is doing will make its first appearance this business that the people he with are for peoweek. This is enough proof to show ple busthat L. II. S. is far above all the sur- inesswho are progressive, modern any men, won't have nrintinir of rounding schools. that's" the only ki.nl China Painting Miss Sallie Elkill other kind, and has started a hand painting china the I. J. turns out. class ai'd has a large enrollment. Henry Ford's Fine Offer. Miss Martha Tinder entertained Monday evening, the Sth, in honor of Henry Ford, manufnr turer and pa- -' her pleasing guest, Miss Hagan, of cifist, announced at Detroit Mondav Richmond. Quite a number of guests that in the event of war he would were present ami a delightful time place his factory at the disposal of was had. the government and operate it with-Hon. II. C. Knuffman will leave out profit. the 11th, to represent Garrard county at tho special legislative meetintr 25!E22Sii!a3mai332aa'nrj called by Gov. Stanley. "Senator" Kauffman will vote for the intercta of the "great common people" and it would be good policies to send him to the State Senatoi-'- chair. Reports from Miss Jone Ten ill, jESK jidl5K who recently left to take up the work as teacher at Wavland, Ky., are to the effect that she likes her work fine and is getting along all right. A large crowd from Garrard attended court day at Richmond Monm M tzmM 1 ... Tor Infants n .,., I retort "Abr.OUOt-.IPI.IJCCNT Mothers Kb. Genuine Ga; V: ', t - L)ia-peps- in ;.;.'nlia.iiic5eo.lby:iilv ui.ttin'Sumacnsn id Row Always Bears the i -- t' i . Cl.f and IfeslGoniams signature &A of Hi' : uciaxrCplinn.MorpWnenir i:ii.vml.NoTAucoTic n 'iM &w r re..,! 1 , vt r:si 'f .. A C....1f Vi.r y 'rTirl , tunr I . m I lI'lW Swf li!Atrfrn ''. for A helpful Remedy inL I 11-- '1 nndrwTrishncssnntl ' i IOSSOFSl-iE- P KsalUn4fccrcj)faEi,L,nfhnt3r Lancaster J iSmilcS!natKof j J F'Jrc InCc:!7.wiC0MPir. j J For m ! t J 1 - I NEW . Wlw- irtv 65 t - tV!?& hi i3 B; t 'Hf ' '. . ' - KTilrfi H "fV"l W &MrfWxzr?!x?i iV.rTrl7ir.V&Wi4SB Hili.Tll--jJaW,""- - pjij&isvfM-- ' ;xact Copy of Wwpprr. ZII at 'MMO 3 W :t 3 fa m" M H PtH JkV 11 It Si VM tftk tiW'S T, "4 B M.: . TMceiNTucopMT ..iffis&'Sszssss jjtataawnefafifirertimvasz.a iara NOW IS THE IDEAL TIME TO VISIT FLORIDA or the e, GULF COAST RESORTS Get away from the cold and enjoy life in the land of Sunshine and Flowers Low j round-tri- p fares and excellent sorvice via p i LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD 1 ess g For Particulars, call upon lo:eI agents of this railroad i&xmxxixam&xiassstisxwixzmxa&Bza&mmammmmmammmm 237Ja2Z!IZ22i2E2 i ml n affWi liinrtili'i l HI" ' s If 1M B53 Pi W day. g, week. Bourne sold to John Robhi-soa sorrel gelding for $90. John Creech of East Bernstadt, made a business trip to this city last E. S. n, )JMJ$ m te cSffii w a vc VTV 'TlU' Robert Tomlinson of State College is here visiting his father, Hon. R. II. Tomlinson. Heard About Town The families of J. R. Young and his son, Corbett Young, who are ill with measles are reported as doing fairly well. About 14 in all in the two families have had this disease. Mrs. W. O. Young and Eph Young, of Highland, have boon with them. Pin-quar- d, fiLJfo i & y& I h u 5,000,000 Corns 1 Lifted Bight Off Tiy 3 Drops of Magic "Gets-It.- " Thore's a wonderful dlffcronco Rotting rid of a corn now and to Rot rid the way they used to try years aco. of It only four or live "dots-It- " has revolutionized corn history. It's the only corn remedy on Fenny Drug Stow. Now See? Just 8 Drops of "Octs-I- t Tomorrow I'll J iit 1'rel Tlmt Cora OUT I" uud It's Gone ltlgut today 'that nets on tho now principle, not only of shriveling; up tha corn, but of loosouinir tho corn off bo Ioobo that you can lift It right on with your ihtKcra. Put 3 drops of aots-lt- " on that corn or callus tonight. That's all. Tho corn Is doomed euro as sunrise. No pain, or trouble, or soreness. You do away oneo and for all with salves bandages, what-not- s. Try irresponsible ?.nd Ret surprised and loso a corn. "Oets-It- " Is sold everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent on receipt of prlco fcy Ii). Lawrence & Co, Chicago, Ilk Sold In Stanford and recommended as tho world's best corn remedy by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The toe-eatl- The remains of Mrs. Hortense who died at Springfield, Mo., last week, were brought here and interred in Buffalo Springs cemetery Danville Advocate. Mr., and Mrs. George Burke and Sunday morning. She was a daughter Mrs. Elizabeth H. Burke, of Junction of the late John Murphy, of More-lannnd has a sister buried in the City, have gone on an extended visac it to Jacksonville, Miami and other local cemetery. The remains wcie Dr, points of interest m Honda. Before companied here by heivhusband, their return home they will also visit Havana, Cuba. Misses Ethel Azbill and lussc Williams, who were in Louisville, for a Mrs. W. M. week have returned. Poynter continues very sick. Mrs. Toncfiie Is Poynter's condition has been considdays. Mt. ered serious for a few If Cross, Feverish, Sick, Bilious, Vernon Signal. Mr. and Mrs. Will Arnold, Mrs. Clean Little Liver And Simmons and Mrs. Johnson left on Bowels Thursday for Deland, Florida, to attend tho burial of Mr. Tom Arnold. A laxative today saves a sick child Mr. and Mrs. George Phelps. Miss Mary Miller and Miss Julia Higgins tomorrow. Children simply will not take the time from play to empty their spent Wednesday in Lexington. clogged up bowels, which become Richmond Register. Mrs. Hill Jennings, of Shelby City, with waste, liver gets sluggish, stomand her uncle, Mr. Jerry Briscoe, of ach sour. Look at the tongtfe, Mother! If the Milledgeville section left last week for a brief stay with Mr. and coated, or your child is listless, cross, Mrs. J. T. Bailey at MeBrayer. They feverish, breath bad, restless, doesn't with many other friends of Mr. Bai- eat heartily, full of cold or has sore throat or any other children's ailment, ley joined in a celebration of his glvo a teaspoonful of "California Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Tovis left yester- Syrup of Figs," then don't worry, it is porfectly harmless, and in day for a riix weeks' trip to Cuba. rois-oThey will also Etop at Jacksonville, a fow hours all this sour bile and fermenting waste St. Augustine, Miami and will spend a few days with their daughter, Mrs. will gently move out of the howols, E. P. Fnulconor, Jr., nnd Mr. Faul-con- and you have a woll, playful child at Manatee, Fla. Danville ngain. A thorough "inside cleansing" is oftimes all that is necessary It Messenger. Mrs. John L. Grundy wns at homo should bo tho first treatment given from Peweo Valley for several days in any sickness. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. recently. Mr. and Mrs,. Grundy's numboterous, friends will bo glad to learn Ask your druggist for a d, a 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 ! Mother! Don'i Take Chances If Child's Coated C A mm be-cau- con-'tipatc- d n, cr Opposite The Penny Drug Store 50-co- nt they expect to return to this city shortly to reside Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Rains have moved to tho property of Mrs. Roso Mnckin on College street until their homo which was damaged by fire recently is repaired. Lebanon Enterprise. "California Syrup of Figs," which has full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grownups plainly printed on tho bottle. Look carefully and see that it is made by the "California Fig Syrup tle of Company. 11- -i I Don't Miss the iujtm Place-Ne- xt Door to Lincoln Bank - Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Farm and Stock Nevs Tuesday, February, 6, 1917 "TANLAC SMILE" GREETS FRIENDS Old In the East End Millard Robbins bought n cow of Jnck Edwards for 3G. for $5. T. Strother Scott as agent for L. E. He Swetnnm, of Bourbon county, sold his faim of 117 4 acres in Clark counGo! Back Good Humor, ty to James Mundy at $1 10 per acre. Luke I Ilnnsbough, of Shelby-vill- e, sold lecently to Dr. Reeves, of South Caiolina, sk mules four and five years old, at $1210 per head. "TANLAC DID IT," HE SAYS Watson Hi os.. of Columbia. Tenn.. have just sold 50 jacks to the British Government for $17,0(10. They have sold 70 otheis since the war begun, looking good these making 1"0 "You're sure !l"- - .,W!,Icro,(, ?? Kf S,nik?" At the" second annual auction of I way his friends now erect Shorthorns held by the Ohio Short- JoNCph Roll), who lives at the Slier- - horn Bleeders Association at Colli m- wood Hotel in Cincinnati. Mr. Kolb'bus, Ohio, Inst month, an avenues of U.J was sceuicd and 112 head. Price leiouN for Milking Shorthorns weie smashed last month when 712 head of imported cattle weie sold by I S. Peer, of tanfield, N. .1., at Hotel Man In the Mt. Morinh section T. D. finstin sold n cow to .left Burleson for $05 and n slioat to a Mr. Berry Tells How 3-- A Southern Gentleman Makes a New Friend 11 MP n h J I lflNik 4 "J yg l ft 11 Bf?fr' y- hm imx m(mt WfiffiV w?ifowi'wi, rfl W.7 .Fimrm. J,,V 3w i:v - yy, S- - . -- , Jm iw ifc. A t ! i! I I JOSEPH KOLB. i was in the hotel businc-- e in Cincin- - ,,sA' lc t0 :'": V1'0' of ,M euSr ??"ty 'iati for 20 ye.us and is well known l" A"n, S- Ltlck,?,"Id nH all over Ohio and Kentu.kv. .,, .. , Unks Mock finm, near i r iirn. !" ,Jurin- 31r- - E,ull,n '"' PurdiWd of V"' trot it after r had built up my'.j. T Voris et nl a small tract of 123 U .Mr. Kolb's adjoining Twin Oaks. Prices .aer. not repotted. "But I couldn't always smile this '1K. Falmouth loose-lea- f tobacco . .. .... ..i imiiii w.i, mi. t..li. sjiki. --(!tor seveiai w.iienouse was completely destroyed. by fire, together with nearly 1,000,-- t virslw.i botheied b. a dropping of 000 pounds of tobacco. Loss (us in m throat It ,ride n'e bei.u-- e I wouldn't ,": rid ..r,000 P'"tly insured. M. L. Kiikpatuck of this t It rot un mv nerve- -, too, a.id kept ol VnK'l"mU,', is company. ttwako night. ' Corn .soId. I'01' tho h'Rl-,'- t ptice ever opgmi oma weight. (known in this section last Wednes- "Mv stomai h went Im-- on me, ind Jaj at the sale ol Ms. 11 Wa.vl.uid, rtnriily I lost my appetite. I of near Shciman, the price paid bes high as $0.75 a barrel. This en mIu'i eat much without being sick i" r ards. I .suffered fiom bloatin" Wils on - months' time without in- WiHiamstown News. d belching gas after eating. I hud tult!sCth:u tiled, lieavv feeling, too, and it . Tllu l' tob.tico price ol a eiy ason wa-- .nade .n Pari- - last ""ined as if I just had to drag mv- - "lK' o( li?iU'' Mf around. When betfan to rat .!rk Nu" UlS'!"u" down on my meals I started to Ice "cl p" o.Buy" ,u n. died. This is said ll'dl" IT An Mini nil. fimiwlc. gui tin ' lllVlllin ....4 to .' the world's be lied about me, 'record price. Their entne ciop aver- "One of them suggested that T trv'aged $28.24 an nvoinge of $7!11. A Je Mini e count,- I'M Jli" Mat:gieal'ib'i, plowed, liarin'.v.M, trans planted end tended one acre of tooac-1and pieim.-eit for market. From 'the acie Miss Bibb lealized $108.05. Castleton Farm, in Fayette county, I -l Thuisday old to Simon Weil 100 head of 1, cattle at $10.25. They weie shipped to Philadolphai Saturday. .1. C. Stephenson, who lives on the ;F. I'oid taim on the Ilustonville pike lost a calf a year old and nine pigs on Saturday night. They were in the barn but still thev fro.e to death. At the Jeisey cow sale of Chinch Nunnelley, near Stamping (iroitud last week, 120 cows and five heifers brought RTl.dfi aeiago. Bulls, $40 to Sin. Twenty tons of hay $11.50 to $1G. In Rockcastle county John McKin- ney sold four black male mules to John W. Hilton of Pine Hill for $400. Wm. Arnold sold a male mule to liuriinm Reynolds of Nichol- i -400-poun- 0 d I ld I was real tickled today I made a new friend. And now you bet you, he's some ticlded, too. You see, he is a mighty good fellow son of a big planter has bundles of money; can buy anything he wants. And he knows all about tobacco! He was telling around that he would give a heap for a cigarette that just hit his smoke taste. So I had them wrap me up and I went to the rich planter man. "Sir, I am a real cigarette," I said. "I am sure you'll like me. I have good blooo in my veins. I am of fine Virginia and Carolina stock and was raised in a clean, wholesome home. I am a gentleman of quality the Quality of the South." So the planter's son tried me and he liked me, because .S.J'- - ..ii - - jun-doA- ii an-aci- es 1 1 . , ... I j ... ! S250,-Vroiivh- V p,(-'slly- ' K: i - You Folks of the South KNOW good blood! You Folks of the South KNOW good tobacco! Now my planter's son and I we're real friends. He buys me regularly, and he tells everybody that you can't buy a better cigarette than SOVEREIGN at any price! Why can't I be your friend, too? I am guaranteed by s 1 9"' "-- 1 "-- lr n- Tanlac and I did. man-size- d 1 am glad to thut it helped me Iciek to health. I've got a appetite now and can e.it anything I want without suirer- don't have lint ing atterwaids. heavy feeling in mv stomach aftct me-iMy food digests without anv trouble and 1 know it is be.ai.se Tan- lac has f,ed mo up. I .s.iy dean, recently bought 10 Shoi thorns fiom H. Smith of Lewisport, for $1,- w01'- '''hey sold bulls to Bui ton Bros., "(" Stottville for $1,000 one Shoit- ll01'"Vu11, to J. L. Lutterle, of Uar- ' S2U0: Hiid n vciy Iii.o ; U., Abe. dec, - Wr. R. Moot man & Son, of Glen- - And, remember this (SH l ':.o.-- your me to return ffsy JhtAJiJecistA Buy me. lr ,. v $250 ' - Glad to Praise Tanlac. tlioii- tobacco they sold seveiai weeks ' "I am glad to pass the good word ? .to Clyde Buckley and Wm. Field, alnnir to am one who is uffeiine- likn TI'" tw bains will aggiegate about I hey sold one barn 7 did. I know Tanlac will do them "f- " 18 cents and the other at 10 cents. good sine fixed me up ,All)clt W)(i0, M)(1 the lt!m.lill(iur of jonii. lints why in weaung this 'lanla nis t.loJ, of tobacco, about 12,000 Sinle.' " pounds, last week to a plnhjDKer" jal Luxington nt 20 cents a pound. Mr. Wilson s. entue ciop tiom 10 Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stan-fo- acies, he sa.ts, will yield an avi'":ige at The Penny Uiug Stoie, E. R. of $.'i00 c" acie.- - Scisiulles Sun. Coleman, Proprietor. STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI " i Healer and get If you don't like me your money back. I have said it A Southern gentleman is known the world over for keeping his word, and I have given you mine. I - .It 1 I'"l . 1- -2 ul Sovereign Cigarettes FOR THE OENTI-EMA- N OP THE SOUTH Tankie can now be obtained in following ncaroy cities: Morelar.d, Minks; Ilustonville, Adams Bios.; MeKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-burJoe Mc Williams; Middleburg, W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne i, Bros.; Brodhead, John Robins; R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. A. Horton. Lan-caste- Ab-laha- m g, common to choice, $8.50(5)11.40; pigs and lights, $(5)11.75; stags, $7.50(5) 10.25. Cattle Receipts 2,000 head; strong; steels, $!(S) 10.25; heifers, $(D0; cows, $5.50)8. Calves Strong, $0(5)13.50. Sheep Receipts, none; strong; $0(5)0; lambs, steady, Hogs Receipts 0,000 head; active packers and butcheis, $12.25(5)12.50 $100)11.50. PARKSVILLE We sell this great cigarette in Stanford. Try a package and you will be convinced that all the above advertisement says, is true The Only Keeley Institute Mrs. W. G. Murphy, of Hubble came down this week for a visit to 20-Ye- ar her patents, Mr. and Mis. J. H. Hays. Her mother being a victim of la in sums of $2,000 or more. No loan grippe. Mrs. Murphy and her father fee charged. Phone or Write have been at the bedside of both her giandmothers, Mrs. Samuel Hays, Sr., D. and Mis. E. A. Blown. Lancaster, Ky. Mr. I). R. Moore came down fiom his home in Lincoln county, Tuesday and spent the day with his daughter, MORELAND ENTERTAINMENT I SEVERE COLD QUICKLY CURED s. Mis. E. C. Eulmnkh and Mr. In the afternoon Mr. Mooie "On December fust I had a very undei taken by the Kveiy thing accompanied by his daughter, Miss Moroland school to prove cut. l turn- severe cold or attack of he grip as in Lizzie Moore, who has been the guest ing for the last week was a decided it may be, and was nearly down sick Foi any infoimutioii apply to of Mr. and Mis. Eubanks left for a success and the pupils and faculty in bed," writes O. J. Metcalf, visit to Mr. and Mis. John M. Helm lire being congia'tulated upon the Mo. "I bought two bottles of J. B. WILLIS at Brumfield. jgood work they have done. On Tues-Mln- y (.'lianiberalin's t'ough Remedy and it evening a class lecvption was was only a few days until I was comENTERTAINS FOR HUSBAND (given by Dr. nnd Mrs. M. I.e.' Pines pletely lestoied to healtli. I firmly behome on Main stieet. The lieve that Chamberlain's, Cough Rein Mrs. C. C. Woodard entertai'ied on at theirgreen and led edy of the veiy best colors, Kehiuary II at her home on Logan out in full and in white weie canw,i and is one know what to do incdiciur3 I when will every manner The occasion was in honor oiavenue. very delightful hiithduy. and only reln- - the entertainment a was given Wed- have another cold." Obtainable lier husband's class play jties and a few of his intimate fi lends- one. The evening and although the nesday were present. The table wu. aitisticalthe weather lly anaiiKed, the crio. cheine of jilnk 'house waswas very unfavorable was eiowdcd and $20.80. i and white lieiiu; mined out in Hie I realized. The commencement was o " llowers, cakes, Ices Our new trustee of the school, I a delightful all'air. The essays t so in the dainty andd bonbons.. AlAT YOUR DRUGGIST. tards Magee, came up to see us was the address which contained oiiuinal biithday were excellent as delivered. He that John is a Prof. Chas. Keith verses. In the center of the table was splendid speaker and In ought the a beautiful birthday cake with pink i was R. M. candles. The game of Progressive Moieland people an address wincii Rook formed pin t of the af temoon'fi worth hearing. you eabh on Aeeounts, Notes, We Headquarter for Best guests entertainment. The Claims, by eollectiiiK quickly The Burnside Star, weekly newsCollection were: Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hlack, of FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE in United States. Wilmoru; Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Baker, paper has gone out of business on acHuanuitced or no charges. : : : : : of Niuhohisville; Mr. and Mrs. H. E. count of high paper prices. A. H. 4S. Stanford, Ky. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Funk and Miss Lucile Davis, of Lex- Vnnhook begun publication of it one Pboae 168 and ington. M. W. G. Office of year ago. Somerset, Ky, Jfi FARM LOANS A. THOMAS E. R. COLEMAN, Proprietor The Penny Drug Store STANFORD, KENTUCKY T Wea-therby, Kentucky Crab Orchard, Kentucky I junction City al-Is- hand-painte- CASH for ACCOUNTS K-- 't any-who- NEWLAND I n le I -- Monday and spent some time in each the church at one invitation. (room to see how well we weie doing. R fiilttr ntwl CUHi f?Vic PnaliW rr WIHIQi VUUUJI VUT our work. We will be glad to have (of I.o.iiigton were here this week to iosuy, wno is very iui. visits offener from pations and see with i nomaspoison. low blood trustees. T. W. Bullock, of Louisville, was Mr. and Mrs. W. Riley King, of here Sunday to see a mighty pretty Moi eland, weie here last week on girl. Someone stole a stand of bees from business. II. C. Catron last week. Master (iilbeit Blaine has been on Mis. Sallie Wright was in Danville the sick list with, pneumonia. Saturday. Misses Lucy Reynolds and Virginia Rout have b:cn confined to their How'e This? homes by a crippled foot and meaWe offer One Hundred Dollars Howard sles the last few days. Misses Nancy Fox and George (or any case of Catarrh that cannot bo Catarrh Medicine. Simpson have lately been' enrolled cured by Hall's Medicine lias been taken Hall's Catarrh in school, making 100 boys nnd 108 by catarrh kufferers for the past thlrty-nv- o yeurs, nnd has become known as the girls to date. The Ladies Kmbioidery Club was most rrllnlilu remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Cutarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on entertained by Mrs. Louis Kiiener ' the Miicouh tiurfuces. expelling tlio Pol- Thursday. son from tlio Blood and healing the dls- Mrs. B. D. McGraw was the guest cn(il rortlons. of her daughter, Mis. J. D. Shelby at After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a Danvijle Fiiday. In your general Mrs. Louis Kiiener and Mrs. L. T. Kreat Improvement taking Rankin were in Danville Saturday. h tilth. Start and icet Hall's Catarrh Medicine at once rid of catarrh. Send Alfred Carr, formerly of Shelby (or testimonials, free. City, has been holding u meeting; in F. J. CHENHT & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists. 75c. Indianapolis, Ind., and 75 came into I j I I