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Walker Goes To Shelby-vlllThen Now III With Crip e Friday, February, 9, 1917 Tuesdayssand Fridays FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION Will Probably Be Organized Here Next Monday By Farmer Who With To Borrow Dr. J. G. Cnrpcntcr, of Stanford, has taken the lead for the organization of a local branch of the Federal Loan Association under the provisions of the new law by which the government will make loans to farmers on long time and low interest. Dr. Carpenter hands the I. J. the following statement in regard to the meeting proposed' to be held here next Monday, County Court Day: Wanted: AH farmers who have made application to join and organize the Farmers' Federal Loan Association to meet Monday, County Court Day at the courthouse at 2 P. II., Feb. 12, 1917 and make preliminary organization. All the farmers have to do, is to form themselves into n national farm loan association. Ten or more farmers may unite to form a farmers' national loan association, Vice-Preside- bnnks. This is a banking system, and machinery must be nro- vided for the government of the banks. Each of the local loan associations has a vote in the election of the directors in one of the Federal land bnnks. The loan committee, provided oy tne local association, is the agency for the valuation of the lands. The ready prepared for the occa&ion. Board of Directors of the local as The bride is a very attractive and sociation admits or rejects new memuopular daughter of Squire and Mrs. and elect President, bers, according to their wishes. But, The Holland-America- n line steamW. M. Fields, of Hustonvile, formerDirectors, five or more; Loan most important of all, since this sysship Dynilum which turned back to ly of this section, Mr. Tudor is one and Secretary-treasure- r. Committee tem is New York a week out of port, is said the borrowers of Stanford's best known business No one except farmers or those going must provide the money for the into have been warned to do so by a men, a splendid young man in every near future can creasing capital of the bank and to be farmers in the German submarine just outside the way, hustling, progressive and posno one ex- they do this by investing in the local join this association and war zone according to a wireless messessing the esteem and confidence of cept members of association can bor- associations. sage received from one of the pasthe entire community. can row. The lowest sum any farmer Loans made under this system may sengers. $10,-00borrow is $100; the highest is not exceed 50 per cent, o fthe apSweden will not acquiesce in the can borrow 50 per cent, of the praised value of the land used as President's suggestion that neutral appraised value of land and 20) per exceed 50 per cent, of the apMrs. Rellu Arnold Francis, of Lan- countries follow the action of the cent of the permanent improvements praised value of the permanent, in- sy of the Post, and the Tost said the and sever Popular West End Boy Crosses The caster, visited her cousin, Mrs. Wm. United States Germany. diplomatic thereon. sured improvements thereon. following: Pettus last Thursday. She went from relations with stockholders. Non-lan- d Dark River to Brighter Shore Farmers must be George Washington a negro fire- owners may become Stanford. Ky Feb. 7. The Kev. here to Louisville. Each share is $5 on every one hundred members of an association by indicat- David M. Walker, pastor of the StanNews from Somerset states that mnn iibmird the Torino, w.ns killed and must subscribe for ing in thei'- application what land ford Christian church for the past ten borrowed Milton McCormack, youngest son I when the steamer was sunk by a Ger stock to the amount of five per cent, they expect to come into possession years, and who has just accepted a of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett McCormack Mrs. SaHie Collier is quite sick and man submarine. He is believed to loan. The borrower of and against which the mortgage cnll to the pastorate of the church at died at their home at Hustonville on her friends aru very uneasy about have been an American citizen. The of their desired her. may pay in cash for his stock at the will be placed. only other American on was saved. Shelbyvillc. has announced that he Thursday afternoon after a lengthv Mr. Billie George Holman is time he applies for membership or h up until the young man's Habersham, Tenn., where he has at The British in the Somme region of his new field March 1. Mr. illness. will go to a Amortization is received and may wait until his loac France are keeping up their new ofWalker is regarded as one of the health failed a year or so airo. bo was good job. loan. then pay for his stock from the It has always been recognized that coming ministers of his denomina- one of the most promising base ball Mis-Pattie Stephenson came Tues- fensive against the Germans in their "Money can be borrowed to pay off the most effective aid one can get is tion. Many who have heard him say nitchers in the business and gave toward day to visit her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. efforts to push forwardBaupaume, e. mortgages; buy more land, or for that which enables him to help him- that as a pulpit orator he is without a promise of going right to the top ct George on Southeast of Stephenson. iJn. nnrrhnsp of live stock: new build self. Baupaume-Peronn- e road, they peer among the younger generation his profession, which is so highly Mr. Chas. Redd, who has been very the ings.; viz a silo, house, barn fertilizer, of the Federal farm of preachers in Kentucky. Of a vigorSome critics to star players. He was sick for some time is much improv- have taken the highest point of drainage etc. The mortgage or loan loan act have charged that this act ous, forceful personality, he has tak- with Lexington in the Blue Grass hill and captuied a connot less than five years nor makes it too easy for farmers to get en the lead in this section of the State League and afterwards played in the ed, we are very glad to say. may run number of Germans and Our old friend Mr. James T. Chad-wic- k siderable gun. Along both sides one forty years. Interest never into debt and that there will be a during his pastorate here in every South Atlantic League. His health more than of is getting well again, after a machine over six per cent, but about 4 or 5 tendency to overborrow. campaign in which a moral issue has beginning to fail, he went west and terrible trial with carbuncles on his the Ancre river, west of Baupaume, per cent. A cnreful reading of the bill will been involved or the betterment of remained a while, but continued to ' ' further progress has been made. The Federal Loan Hank which re- show that this objection is met by the community and the home could fail to improve and returned to his neck. Enemy and neutral ships aggro-gatin- g Miss Mary Burdette of Stanford, loans and very carefully limiting the use to ceives the application for boyhood home in the West End. has 21,505 tons have been sunk by been visiting Mrs. Mollte Collier. association, which the borrowed money may he be subserved. other papers from the During hi3 pastorate here he has where during his declining days he Mr. Tom Shaw has had two very German submarines during the last sends appraisers to examine the land put and by the requirement that" far- paid off a heavy debt which he found ,va3 given every attention that a lov- sick children this week. 24 hours. Ten vessels in all were and the financial condition of the mers gradually each year must re- upon the church when ho came here; ing mother and devoted father could Mr. Sam Reynolds has been suffer- sent to the bottom during this perproposed borrowers. duce their indebtedness. of has seen the membership largely in- think of. He was 30 years of age. a fall which hurt his back, iod, six of them British steamersThe are The farm loan act was designed to creased and the Sunday School put In addition to his parents, he is sur- ing from kept him of 1(1, 73(5. If these conditions Bankfound satindoors for some an aggregate tonnage Norwegian ship and has forwards be helpful to the farmer of average upon isfactory the Land vived by three sisters, Mrs. James II. neutrals sunk were a a basis th nnnors to the Federal Farm Loan operations who has heretofore been known before. of active work never Woods, and Mrs. Logan Hubble, near time, but his friends hope he will und a Swedish steamer. A Fiench soon be well. i with their recommendation, on denied inadequate credit. It wisely Board Russian Xhip..WKr.fi-t- li lie is a native of Alabama, and is Stanford and Mrs. Charles A. Hart.g fuTyo. trawler and a or Mr., antLMs.;j ... " mi f . .t .approval Dy, me rcuui.! limits the loans to 50 per cent, of the thirty-eigyears of aui. He is a of Hustonville. JMiltfnvwa8,asplen-dtivoiin- Inirdfroonis ttTRev.- - Pe'rViif iir.dvffe othei mct-i'. Mt,nrn sodvalue of tthe - security. l.r iirr.duute of llu! Collect ol. the Bible 'man in erery way, very wno moved v eunesoay. iiepuDllvaii oenuiu.-- in cunieruncu J DU' a vikmttttiommAW'&WJY Tuesday Mecided to' stand back of J mV4 nnd is hard student llonulnr unci hii'h v isrcininii liv iv. 'Yth w fiV'BUicttWjnw'iuyl'FcurityTOT higrr character, this satis at Lexington, worker. aHis wife is a eryoniTwho knew him. His death has so Mrs. Pate King, who has sufffTered Senator Poindexter's bill for immelong from carbuncles on her neck diate construction of twenty fleet and me ru- - fyin the jnvcstori an,i therefore rtv and tirelessof former Congressman caused a feeling of sadness all, over . v. rded to the association py daughter was in town Wednesday much to the eightv coast submarines, at a cost of oral Land Bank, wnen tne cminei . sllts in a 1(nver rate of mtcrest. Samuel J. Pugh, of Lewis county, is the West End where he was espewhom of her The US(J of th(J monoy is Carefullv a talented musician and their home cially well known. Funeral services delightexpectedfriends, many ofable to $4,000,000. has been granted, the association she would lie never bank, lorn jjmite(1 to the .purcilase 0f an(i to life is ideal, with .two attractive lit were conducted Friday by Rev. A. H. be out again. Dr. Jones was her phyborrow money of the land Bnugh, of the Christian church which members are cnougli to organise an pay ofT existing indebtedness, to pur- tie daughters. sician and only a small scar remains association, but why not nave -k chase or to make any proThe pastorate of the Shelbyvillc the deceased had joined a number of on her neck to show where the terri75 or 100 or more members.' lne ductive improvement, such as fenc- church has been vacant since' last years ago. Interment followed in the ble boil was. The Cincinnati Enquirer Sunday more members we have the letter it ing, drainage, buildings and machin- September, when the Rev. Homer W. Hustonville cemetery. .Misses Mary Foley and Sallie following of he fanrer.j, poonb and co iiu ery. is ; Carpenter resigned to accept the Friday had theconcerning Missmuch interest went to Stanford last here, Jean . When money can be borrowed chancellorate of Transylvania Unior lis; iet. delightful day with Penny, daughter of Mr. Berta G. L. and spent a most furnished those desir-i- n cheaply for productive' use, a mort- versity. and J. R. i Mr. and Mrs. George DeBorde. Penny, of this city, and Miss Emma seine. Do not forget the meeting gage becomes an investment rather Mr. Bustle has been quite sick for Noe, who frequently visits her and it 2 P. M., Feb. 12, 1917 at the court than a handicap. The farmer is enTo the voters of the ISth Kentuc-fc- v several days, threatened witli pneu- has many admirers here: Yesterday Newi of the Ciiurches abled to get money to put his land to house county court day. Senatorial District: I am a can- monia. afternoon at "Elmhurst" Mr. and Farmers solicited from Casey; liar-rai- better use, so that the profits of his Presbyterian Church, Feb. 11 Mrs. Walter Elder, near the depot Mrs. Rockcastle, Boyle and Pulaski investment will pay olF his indebted- Sunday School at 9:55; Morning didate for the State Senate, subject Groesbeck collected a to the Democratic primary. I am for is just recovering from a severe ill- dozen Telford signed applica- ness. Hereafter judicious borrowing Service congenial few to hear Miss Emcounties. Many have at 11; Union service at the submitting constitutional amend- ness. and on the part of the farmer will be reand Pulaski ma Noe and Miss Jean Penny in an tions from Lincoln lines.Very rest-J- . Christian church at 7 P. M. under ment for State-wid- e prohibition and Mrs. Kate Magee is much better hour of music, after their return garded as business enterprise just as the direction of the C. E. societies. Lincoln and Casey so voted in the 1914 Legislature. and able to be out again. from New York, where Miss Minnie G. Carpenter. Office Lincoln Coun- it is now considered beneficial for Rei'ular services at the Baptist I will vote and work Messrs. Henry and large commercial institutions to bor- church Sunday morning and evening amendment when submitted,for said went to PreachersvilleDavid Newland Tracey took them during the holidays ts' National Bank. and am this week to to interest impresarios of the metroprow. Preaching by the pastor; morning for National Prohibition. 1 am visit their kinsman, Mr. John AnderThe farm loan act creates a form subject "The River of Life." All are against the bill submitted by the son, who has been very low, with lit- olis in the career of these young artists. Miss Noe is a pupil of Miss of indebtedness which peculiarity fits cordially invited. State Tax Commission ' because it tle chance for his recovery. Tracey and has a beautiful voice, the farmers' need. It recognizes that At the Methodist church Sunday, will place greater burdens on real is not so well at Col. James Banking Machinery the farming business is one of slow 10:45 Communion service will fol- estate; will create additional offices. this writing, Guest oeen feeble some which yesterday was inspired to fresh The has returns. low the sermon; Sunday School at I am for a curtailment of State ex- time. Dr. Doores remains about the successes by the happy surroundings Loan Bill Establishing The Farm of this beautiful old house. Miss So it provides that a mortgage 9:30; Epworth League at (5:30; penses by abolishing a number of Penny is one of Tirindelli's stur pushall be paid on Preaching service at 7 o'clock in the superfluous and unnecessary State of- same. or prospective farm- made uudei the act installment plan evening. Only farmers pils, and her violin numbers were or I am for a reduction in the fices. A MUSICAL TREAT borrow money may the amortization or short period of ers who wish to followed by one or two whistling solong pay of members of the Legislature loan associn-;.- , through a mortgages may be made The citizens, of Stanford nnd vicinjoin the national farm were capitally conceived. vears. The from $10 to $5 per day, and so voted ity will be treated to a musical festi- los, which was very impromptu and nrnvideri under the Federal to forty years, at the op- Respect- val at the show rooms of J. L. Beaz. The affair ""-in the 1914 Legislature. ten or more to arm loan act. It takes mi i delightful, of course, as are all the "a rrower. and they must Little Elizabeth Hopkins, the fully, J. R. MOUNT. ley for the next few days by Mr. events at "Elmhurst," the afternoon make up one of these associations. paid on, interest anu principal, in I will be in Stanford Monday to Frank Buck, who is here to demon- finishing with tea served in the stute-l- y jf a tarmer wiue i" "" daughter of George Hopequnl installments through the period 12-- lt strate the Wilsonia Talking machine. should find out if such an association of loans. Permission is given to pay kins, died at the D. & 1). hospital at speak to the voters. dining room. This wonderful instrument plays all has been i formed in his community. i all of the loun or any part of it on Danville Sunday morning of measles t ..1. .innlitiiinnn ..l.i A case of smallpox ii ii nus, tie nuu... ......... ":""""--- - - an interest-payin- g date utter it has and lung fever and was brought to the boys' dormitory of developed in disc or flat records without extra for mem- run fivc ai.s the Lindsny equipment. Everybody invited and esto the secretary-treasure- r Crab Orchard Sunday night and laid bership. If no association has been j Tq ,Vtf tho pro,)ectiye borower an away in the family burying ground Wilson Training School at Columbia pecially Saturday afternoon and evCol. Walter Dunn, who is making a " tfXuct idea of the size of the pay- Wednesday afternoon. and the school has been discontinued ening. These instruments represent splendid success us auctioneer on the . foimed, he should attempt to bo who wish to for the present. Three other cases the best that the market affords and Danville tobacco breaks, this reason, ioi or more farmers Miss Maggie Davis has been sick required annually to wipe out . . have about recovered. will be sold by Mr. Benzley at' prices was in town early Friday, bringing to meet for the purpose of organiz-- 1 for sometime. nnd terms within the reach of every good news that the tobacco market is mg., Mrs. Ewell Hopkins is in a serious jitization tables have been prepared. 12-- 1 of jwunuiition isiThe fo,lowlnB tablc boW8 the vmovmt condition. body. Come and hear them. The process still holding up in fine shape, and very simple. One Lincoln county growers have been James Howard and sister, Miss nnniml payments required to arm write to the Federal r fortunate in getting some of the top peliol inHclltel t.n.shi dollar loan bearing interesta Paint Howard visited their sister at "' thousand Loan Board, wshl"Kto.n. ." prices. Lick Saturday and Sunday. .. niaiiK articles oi Miss Maggie Davis was glad to see and (5 per cent. of at 5, 5 A Little Sound Advice Will Help thev have been received, a meeting be her chum, Miss Jean Walls return Rate of Interest Many A Sufferer In Stanford the' prospective borrowers should I!'" from Livingston. Term (years) 5", All Dandruff Disappearr Try This! called and these articles of associavisMiss Senora Howard , $129.50 10 $135.(57 $135.87 will leave No woman should consider herself . Miss Margaret Routen has been And Hair Stops Coming 102.9(5 Saturday. fo- - her home tion should be adopted, signed and 15 . 90.34 99.33 sister. Mrs. in Harlan healthy and well if the kidneys are iting herBelle Blevins A. G. Dunlap. acknowledged by each member, hitch 20 . 83.(58 is on the sick 87.18 county. Her many friends regret very Out Mrs. 80.24 weak. Poisons that are passed off list, also Miss Nellie member will indicate the amount he 25 78.23 much to see her go. . 74.55 70.95 Routen. when the kidneys are well, are reand the value and 30 wishes to borrow 72.(55 progressing Little Simmie Davis was the guest . 08.81 The singing 05.05 Surely try a "Danderino Hair tained in the body when the kidneys nicely with Mr. school is description of the land ho wishes to 35. (58.97 of her grandparents last Sunday. (51.07 (54.97 T. D. McBee, as inCleanse" if you wish to immediately are disordered. If the kidneys and structor. (5(5.40 use as securitv. (52.32 40 . 58.28 Jarkin Wells is planning to return double beauty of bladder become This association elects five or moro So Walls Mr. that the Farm to Kentucky in the spring to visit his moisten the cloth with your hair. Just worse troubles inflamed and swollen a may quickly follow. Alford EugeneSaturday und Mr. Elza then Loan it willin be seen to providing a friends. Uanderine and directors, and these directors Act, addition left for Detroit, a way it carefully through your huir, This is often the cause of bearing-dow- n Mich. draw elect a president, a vice president, to the the farmer to taking one small strand at a time; pains, lameness, backnche, etc. and a loan com- limit for safety, providesborrow must secretary-treasure- r Singleton is not any better of that he this will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt Uric poisoning is also frequent cause at Collis writing. mittee of three members. his borrowed money to productive this or any excessive oil in a few minu of headaches, dizzy spells, languor, This is as far us the association can uses, und furnishes the machinery to Mrs. Jonas Taylor of Ludlow, is tes you will be amazed. xour4nair will nervousness nnd rheumatic pain. go until after the Federal Land Bank get him out of debt in an honorable When suflferinc so. trv Donn's Kid with the home folks now. be wavy, fluffy and abundant and posdistrict is established. Then and business .like way. The Farm of that Mrs. W. G. Routon and Mrs. A. G. sess an incomparable softness, lus- ney Pills, a remedy that his proven Dunlap visited Mrs. Alfred Marshall upon application, the Federal Land Loan Act helps the farmer by placing Let a b tun ford woman tell ot her of Fair View Wednesday. tre and luxuriance. will furnish the local associa within his grasp the means to help Bank Besides beautifying the hair, one Let a Stanford woman tclll of her ioi tion with a blank application out himself. It makes for business inMrs. Eva Chambers, who has been dissolves Best When Bilious, Sick, Headachy, application of Danderine invigorates exeprience. charter, which should bo filled itiative and independence, Mrs. E. J. Cooley, Whitley Ave., at the bedside of her brother, Collis, every particle of dandruff; Federal Land Bank, and filed with the weeks has returned to her Constipated, Or For Bad Breath the scalp, stopping itching and falling Stanford, says: "My kidneys were out for several along with the nrticles of association. STOP THAT COUGH Or Sour Stomach bo accomof order und I felt run down und tir- home at Carthage, Ohio. hair. These documents should Danderine is to the hair what fresh, ed out. I had dull pains in my back A bucking cough panied bv a written, unnnimous reweakens the Constipation Causes Bad Skin Be cheerful! Clean up inside to- showers of rain and sunshine are to and across my loins. The action of placing a whole system, drains your energy and port of the loan committee A dull and pimply tkin is to u night and valuation on the lands of each of the gets worse if neglected; your throat liven your feel fine. Take Cascarets to vegetation. It goes right to the roots, my kidneys was irregulur. I read of sluggish bowel movement. due Correct liver and clean the bowels invigorates and strengthens them. Its Doun's Kidney Pills and bought some . is raw, your chest aches and you feel . members. at the New Stanford Drug Co. This this condition and clear your com- Then the appraiser of the redcral sore all over. Relive that cold at once and stop headaches, a bad cold, bil- exhilerating, stimulating and iousness, offensive breath, properties cause the hair to medicine soon put my kidneys in Plexion with Lir. King's New Life coated Lund Bank will come to inspect tho with Dr. King's New Discovery. The tongue, mild laxative taken at bed good order and relieved other sympK. lands ,of the members and O. by or soothing pine balsams heal the frrated gases, sallowness, sour stomach and grow long, strong und beautiful. time will assure you a full, free, the membranes, and the antiseptic and xonignt take Cascarets and You can surely have pretty, soft. toms of kidney trouble." valuation prepared reject the movement In the morning. a lustrous hair, and lots of it, if you eniov the nicest. oAntlat Hu. Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't ' loan committee. bottle of simply ask for a kidney remedy get rive out tne nun, ustiess iceiing re may borrow more laxative qualities kill the germs and bowel cleansing you ever experienced, will just get a No one farmer your cold. break Vp (fel'nffrand Everybody's 'Knowlton's Danderine from any drug Doan's Kidney Pills the same that sulting from overloaded intestines than $10,000 nor less than $100. No linger. un Dr. King'sDon't let a cold New Discovery uuiiik ii. iiuscureis ncwr ivoi v fnr ntnra nr rniior I'nnntiT ana trv it an Mrs. Cooley had. Foster-Milbur- n Get Co.. ?nd sluggish liver. Get a bottle to- day. At all Druggists, 2Gc. 12-- 1 children also. Props., Buffalo, N. Y "tart 121 12.1 directed. lew ttan $20,000 of Iowa. today at your druggist, Each member joining the local association must buy stock in the association equal to 5 per cent, of the amount he borrows. If he borrows $1,000 he will get $950 in ensh nnd a certificate of stock for $50. Or he may make his loan $1,050, and thus have a net loan of $1,000 taking as long n time to repay the $50 invested in stock as on the thousand borrowed. This investment is for the purpose of providing the increasing capital of the Federal Land Bank, nnd the local association invests it in the land bank stock. The borrower will get his money back when he pays off his mortgage, and will get what dividends it earns while it is invested. Now, what is the object of requiring the borrowers to thus group themselves into loan associations? Primarily that the loan associations may eventually own the Federal land Certainly A Surprise Thurmond. Tudor And Mi Pearl Pearl Fields Wed In Cincinnati Tobacco Still Way Up TREMBLING Market At Danville Reopens Thun- ON THE VERGE day With Splendid Prices (Thursday's Danville Advocate) After being closed down a day or so on account of the severe weather, the Danville tobacco market opened this morning wjth renewed enthusiasm and continued high prices. A number of record breaking averages were made and enthusiasm prevailed among the growers. The weed is coming strong from nil directions, and buyers are bidding with more spiritcdncss than at anv time in the past. Prices are still gradually growing higher. Some old frozen, frost bitten stufr that would not have brought a half a cent a Eound last year brought $14.50 per this morning. This indicates in a way just what high prices arc actually being paid. There is much tobacco still in the barns, and those who have waited will lose nothing if they sell their crops on the Danville market, as prices are steadily advancing. Some of the many high averages secured today were as follows: Pollard and Sutton, of Garrard county, sold 1,985 pounds, at $23.12; Coyle and Covle, of Bovle county, sold 1,075 at $20.23; W. G. Gooch, of Lincoln county, sold 2,450 pounds nt $19.(51; Merriman and McConnell, of Boyle county sold 1,800 pound at $21.27; Proctor and Denny, of Mercer county, sold 2,240 at $20.71. But War Has Not Yet Been Declared Between U. S. nnd Germany The Latest Information Rev. D. M. Walker is still confined Tho Cincinnati Enquirer Friday to his home with grip, and will prob- morning had the following item, which ably be unable to preach Sunday. The will be of much interest here: Louisville Post of Wednesday conThey'll Surprise 'Em. tained n picture of Dr. Walker, which Thurmond K. Tudor, Stanford, Ky., merchant and Miss Pearl the I. J. reproduces above by courto- Fields, daughter of Squire W. M. Fields, one of the largest land owners in Central Kentucky, enmc to Cincinnati yesterday and were married. They had not informed relatives. Rev. Frank II. Nelson, pastor of Christ Episcopal church, officiated. That this was a surprise to their host of friends "back home" is certainly the truth. The popular young couple had kept their secret well and left town without their destination or purpose being known except to a few intimate friends and loved ones who were told the secret. Heartiest congratulations and good wishes will be extended them on all '' sides when they return here to make their home, in a neat little cottage al- H' Germany Thursday asked Ambassador Gerard, who is still in Berlin, to reaffirm treaties of 1799 and 1828 which protect merchrnts of Germany and the United States in the event of declaration of war. Mr. Gerard referred th German officials to the Spanish or Swiss intermediaries. There has been no denial from Germany that the United States ambassador is being held until Germany can satisfy herself that Count von has been properly treated. The announcement has been made by the State Department on the authority of President Wilson that in case of war between the United States and a foreign power the government will under no circumstances take possession of the property of the sub jects of such foreign nation "to which international understandings and the recognized law of the land give it no just claim or title." Bern-stor- ir 0; sc-n- ot Milt McCormack Gone Crab Orchard - -- s Bau-paum- S.L.-.Cumroin- s v ht ( r , ,iAistf,uKtrfftrnalrcVth H ja t r ".. live-stoc- Local Girls Entertained De-Bor- if-etu- re Card From Mount d, The Farm Loan Act t'r -' Singleton's Store H seven-ye- ar-old Tobacco Up, Says Dunn .. Se-no- ru bui,ih. 1- -2 Cleanses Your Hair Makes It Beautiful Thick, Glossy, Wavy To Ailing Women 5' Pleasant Point Keep Liver Active And Bowels Clean With "Cascarets non-gripi- 25-ce- nt with S. ii The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: tttMtf Friday, February, 9, 1917 MRoi ONLY to enrll in our !i!Q osOk KifnamtimBH&m&,', i li SEVEN MONTHS Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Aurora. Til. I stilTered from Af ew more IP A 1 5 J Christmas Savings Club Don't procrastinate any longer. Don't put it off until it is top late. Take your first opportunity to make the first deposit, which, with6 S" ' I out anv further exnense or trouble, you a member. makes 8 If you cannot come personally ask a friend to make the deposit for you. You will be glad next Christmas that were a member. you You will not miss the small weekly deposits, back and sides until I became so weak I could hardlv walk from chair to chair, and got so nervous 1 would jump nt the slightest noise. I was entirely unfit II ltoj vw to do my housework, I was giving bemfcffl up hope of ever my ing well, when sister asked mc to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-- ) pound. I took six bottles nnd today I am n healthy woman alio to do my own I wish every suffering housework. woman would try Lydi.i E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and flnduut for themselves how good it is." Mrs. Carl A. Kicso, 5'JO North Ave., Aurora, 111. The great number of unsolicited testimonials on file nt the I'inkham Laboratory, many of which aro from timo to time published by permission, aro proof of tho value of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, in tho treatment of femnlo ilta. Every ailing woman in tho United States is cordially invited to write tj the Lydia E. Pin! ham Medicine Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass., for specie, advice. It is fro.', will bring you healtl find may savo jorr life. "For seven long months a famnlo triblc, with severe pains in my ' r 1 v v . r .'' You'll 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 W&$ n AC uer 3. H- - oOegian Clothes and BE SURE of the utmost in and tailorship? pffya AV'MJ style-valu- e 'VS FAj4". .aoVI J4"j m m & fraternity, of plwkhvr out sectional bitterness. In the years of readjustment it probably ncconif lished, ard uncMi, more than any of other niseiicv for the frond will between the north and the south. ONCE ENROLL And it has rendered that sort of Hpovice not only in the United States, out tnrou?nout tne civuizcci worm " 'a'jtjf yi5SaZ5BS2r2553SZ5g and throus.Ii centuries of time. It is swollen it work now to ' the Europe. that 'tie.! the warsurro tlnough ' hon ends, the fraternity oi ti- - and from theie to her home in l,i ii.t county. ho square and compasses will be 1' . eral oil men from Monticello, exeifinsr itself oer cveiy foot itl' m ifn' torn and wasted rontincnt for V. i. cheater, Irvine and Estill cnuntv he restoration of good will among :.i leasing land in this neighborhood. Mrs. Ransom Padgett purchased a men. Nashville Teiie'iean. fk M v I m cow fiom E. C. Gilliland. M. T Miss Vesta Sims has returned from Grove a leasant visit with her sister, Mrs. House" Next to il Whittaker of Lexington. ( Sunday, Vb- 11th, is the rcKiilar Mis. W. C. Hell, who has been quite nrcifhiint day. and a koocI attendance ill 'iut is greatly improved in hea'th. ,s desired. The inclement weather STANFORD, KENTUCKY Tai'ictt Johnson was a Stanford has 1'pr-- some from attending Sunitor Wednesday. lbert Schuler has installed iras in c5afHSgraBEa5JJMWViw')jMiftir,"jri'l'j'aiiL';i i.iv 'inv,vtx ili,''aaasi3JLawrjKaiiMixaanu' day School. The farmers in this ncighborhoot' is house, both for heating and lightj- -j hnvo alLroaJizod KQOd.iu'iQel for theii' ing purposes. ) f r- .- c7.:re . iiiVIIII tobacco, the jiriies ,atniiy;inr' 10, t s Mr. and Mil. Arch Meado spent J. II. LIVINGSTON. Wednesday of last week with Mrs. and -- () cents jier pound. M. S. IJAUGILAIAN Mr. James Hayes dosed a suice-fu- l David Walls. 8. M. Sun.rv, Kmtor ash rRorntiTon V. S. DItYE. W. F. Sims and sons term of school at O. K. last relatives in Lexington. are visiting For County Judge month. at the putt r fine at Stanford, Etj., Entered M. NORTH. seivnd ela mad matter. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hundley were ill Mrs. M. J. Morgan has been quite T. A. ItlCE the past week. lucent visitors in LexiiiKton. Miss Maisie Rraswell is attending For County Attorney Subscription Rates Mr. Charles Hoskins from Indi school at Waynesburg. J. S. OWSLEY. was a recent nuest of his a Mtik, ?1 SO Both Misses Grace and Bessie Sanders 1.00 For Representative Twii'o a H'ik tur S inontliH.. Mrs. Crawford Bell. U G. SKILES. 75 guests of Miss Vesta Twice a wnk, for 0 tnonths Mr. and Mrs. T. J Ellis enterH'tieil were Sunday 40 For Jailer Thici' r khV. feir 3 niiinllis Sims. the former's siter, Mrs. Ellis :u Onm a hi.Ic, ithi r Umii', rwr jear. .. 100 W. A. CARSON. The weather Subscript Hina art ensh m aihamo to all; pj her to Someiset to visit iela- - cold and almost has been severely . r Mups when time (or mIikIi it is piiiJ, if up GKOLGK K. iJhIBORDE a blizzard Sunday. DINK FARMER No damage of impoitance being done For Assessor AH5 however. Mrs. W. F. Sims, Mr. anl Political Announcements. CENT Mr. and J. N. CASH Tlif Inti n r ajhir'z d ti art For Magistrate Itt Dist. uri n! Mrs. Richard Webb ere Sunday visi- fill win' ihiiiliiliitin Jtr ortii'i' ml iioulif LOST. Smnll Iiunch of tors with Mr. and Mrs. IL F. Sander?. J. T. DUDDKRAR Vfi to tin Diiiicntic pr'uury ilit 6ri 3at Finder return to this oifit Alva Morgan will soon move to the iirduy in Aii'iitt, 1D1T ( iuii unr. mk nt (to '. (Muiit of fin farm occupied by B. F. Sanders, ho iihi ini $ln,rialf',r ils'lut No ' fit til1 u1 fr ii.'t moving to his faim recently mil chas MASONRY AND SECTIONALISM liiid ntiiK ii mi ut ssill Li mailv until ftti STOCK TURKEYS for sale ed of Granville Baker. III Two Uys aso in the f'rand chapter to Mis. Mat'iiie Carpenter, ITu Miss Margery Mori is lias been on For State Senator 12-- 1 Rov:il Arch Musons, a 'ille, Ky. of Tc.int"!-'i,i- , tho sick list. U Y li KT .N ( nufoilei ite cturan turned over the II ('LAY KAU1FMAX lOMUibM iiM-iiof the hitrhest office in that FOR SALE. CB ewes an"" . t hody to a Federal vcturan. As Iambi. Joe Gann, Phone 2 the" stood face to face duiinjr the torn ille. moment before the one stepped down to tiie floor nifuin and the other asFOR SALE 40 nice sheep; sumed the towel of nuthority, they pood ones. J. M. Cress, R. D. 2 . ol.e of the fact that they faced each 1 m (MflWWil) ifi''J:M'M) III othei with bayonet points between on Orchard. sam , m go w :a e many battloliuldsi, and then of the ENDS CATARRH, ASTHMA, frieadships and fraternity that has FOR SALE A noconrt hand (V r V3 between them through the Bronclittis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, 01 eMed tpyewriter in fair condition; can 'e lontr yeais .since. bought at a bargain. Apply at (! " money back. Sold and guaranteed bj It was a .stiikintr, nn impressive in12tf The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. cident. Yet only in the fact that it ofliee. and you will receive a check for all you have paid in, puis interest, just wnen me money will insure you I I was between liich officials in a grand body, it did not differ from thousands hundreds of thousands of incidents in places where Masons gather. , oven while the war between the states) was in progress, had begun its woik of reconciliation, of renewed Mas-oniy- 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 AT 9 P- - i n Siu rincom uoif o ty 'm .is-a- - si-- i( auona. "Corner Court ek -J Panor - i As!c Grandfather Tell Yc-,- 1 :ep"ng your blood clcrn. Tho You can no it 1 l:idncys fator ; o"i '. POO grain" of uric acid and other salr, non, the blood every 2i hours. When there is laoro thaa the kidneys cpn remove, it is deposited 1 r.iusci"." and joints, and painful rheumatism follovs. S S. S., for CO yeais the mosb efficient oi rll Hoc 1 tonics, r.vill keen the blood pure and m event disease. At your druggists. CO.. ATLHTA, G."U bMFT 1 Bohs n Takes Held r BBSa xrszccazFtssnzjaas TO Ifep BSsease J I- - i' Hi- ma-polisis-te- s. r. 1'i-- r i THE BUGGY MAN will save you money on your NOLD afc "x -A- -WORD .1 i Spring Buggy, ci v. r' . i i . i t ii- i 18 i li tacicrd, Kcncay uwai j "I .1 rmraMETirmvn- -. mrmii im ,. ir.. . . BTMiiriTll-imMH- I ii M'Mi-s- SH-- 11-- i'S.nvnimmm Mi jjjiyi ...imr ......- - ,...ri C tflWtBMMIMIl li ... ,..ry..r.r- - e 1 f Ira C"3 ri nB- - it IBM 10 Cents Jii3'x gyTnr,! ytsrr.y p Jig7irrrjyjrat.TjrLrTyTrrawpfTv'rnopr MONEY LOST Pocket batr tainint' S2.80 lost last Saturday ' waid. Henry Evans,, colored, St ford. 12 . At Heasoial Me Prices 1:. Up-to-Da- te street; Olga make; picture LOST Gold, wrist watch on in GSf? $k uv.k w K2I IE? C ss't Xzziiy uxiaiP Joitsssmm 8feng Harris Stanford. Rewind for return to iUisu Katln !. V in 1j tf. e o 10 CeirlO FOR SALE Pair of comin mules, mixed sexes; ul one. out of those big mares. J W. 12-- 4 Williams, Stanford. FOUND an auto tire; :t(K'J inches; new; on the firnt of Jam rv. Owner can get same by provin." mo nnd paying for nd nnd rowuid. ,d 12-- 3 dress Uox 33, Hustonvillc, Ky. later. 1,000 ynrds pretty oprinR Ginghams. No more at this price Half Cluncy edges nnd intertion. Also new everlasting cdcg at same. Any Coat, Suit or Dress como row; wo may withdraw this of. for any time. $1.00 Fcr new eprins stylos Waists. Worth-mor- e 25 Cents Per yard for Baby Nainsookj 12 yards ofr $2.75. 59 Cent3 For 75c and $1.00 Now Aprons. Bun-C"low "ii -- " .V Mlu Wk FURNITURE, Mattings, Dwigvets. Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Cur twins, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cw Pictuto.1 and Stoves. W. A. Tribute Stanford. FOR SALE. Ono 10 Cents Wo aro still selling fast colored Apron Cinchnms nt 10c. 35 Cents Per yard for Bridal Nainsook; 12 yards for $3.50. 3 Cents Nice assortment of Vnl Laces 5rS -- 97tf AT- he Lincoln Pharmacy Or. W. M. Lraig, Optician J. W. ACEY, Proprietor Stanford, Kentucky BBHi3niTaFawMWKHnauiav&tn work horsoK; oithor ulnle or ; ono a combined hoie, th olli t a Hafc family horse; will sell cheap. Jt. H. nronu4t.'h, Crab Orchard. 2F do-i'ih-- iir of good $1.50 Tor Men's Cloth Oversho ei, Ball Bind. Rubbtrs for every- body. soolc 20 Cents cambric at 20c. v It compare favorably villi any at 25c p.iros faorably with many vc tell at 25c. Stamped Qoocb Children's Dresses nnd Romp-cr- , Ld,03' Corset Covers, Ciwrs, Drawers, Etc. SALESMAN WA.VPEU'IV) 'ell luhrifnting oil, ri'umHi, apt". -i Dies rnd pinL Part or whole, timo. Om. miMiun luigiii until ability is c dj. litiheU. Permanent position and field whn quaiKiod if desired. vlo Mnn with, riir nrefcrred. Rivorjidi. Tfnnn. Ooniininy, Cievolund, 0. 12-l- p ic v a an ccse -- " -r- affia i'J VU.'V XT tSO. il a I i iaa.i - s'wy I TT7 " &n W5yw ,?:' 1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Junction City Friday, February, 9, 1917 SOME SPLENDID Central Kentucky Farms 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. Farm of 194 acres; 100 acres cleared; balance in timhor; one and a half story residence of six rooms; two halls and porches; two tobacco barns; one large stock barn; all other necessary outbuildings; well watered and fencing all good; 250 peach trees; some apple trees, etc. 100 acres of this farm level land; has three room tenant house close to church and school in splendid neighOil wells are now being borhood. sunk in this locality and all indications point to good producers. Experts are o'f the opinion that there is hardly 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 0 days. PRICE, and terms right. This is a real bargain for someone. No. 190 Cirntton II. Preston has purchased the Nenl property. Horn, Feb, 3rd, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Kimhcilain of the Shannon farm n line baby girl. Mrs. V. B. Surbur has gone to Atlanta, (la., with Grandpa Joseph ISurbur to visit the family of Mr. James Surlier. Mr. John Mngoc, our school trustee, has gotten repairs for four of the schoolhoiise stoves and J. V. Holing anil V. T. Kelley put them in so that we were well prepared for this last cold spell of zero weather. The blizzard of Sunday afternoon when the mercury fell from 32 to 4 above zero and the snow storm so severe that the Christian church officers, who were to make the house to house visitation to the members of that church, were unable to do so. I NOTICE -- to- Prospective Buyers -- of- This work will be done Mr. and Mrs. James (!. Hlainc, Mrs. It. R. Rosel and Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Price returned Monday from Marion, 111., where they accompanied the remains of T. J. Hlankenship last week. Mrs. Lee Harmon has been confined in the Danville hopital, the past week by a sei ious operation. Miss" Elsie Alstott completed her and Cove Spring school last has leturned to her home here. She intends to go the Normal before Iilan-kenshi- date. at a later p, I A IcS The World Wide Demand for Ford Cars is so great that persons wanting to buy them must order now if they expect to get them in time for next Summer or Fall. Moreover, they are sold only on "signed" written orders, and it is hard enough to get them that way. Everybody, the country over is clamoring for "Fords" the most dependable performers in the wide world, under any conditions and the most economical machine in existence. good. Mike Radnor, who is in the Danville hosrital is improving. Thomas Cosby, who has been ill of blood poison the past two weeks is Misses Ruth and Elizabeth Lingle, of Oreensburg, were the guests Saturday and Sunday of Misses Marguerite and Lillian Keane. They are two of the five teachers in the Gieensburg High School and aie both making teaching again. PRICES: Touring Car, delivered in Stanford or Hustonville, $379.75 Roadsters, delivered in Stanford or Hustonville, $364.75 Signed orders are being received daily sometimes 6 and 7 per day let us hear from you quickly if you wish a Ford this year :::::::: improving fast. James Hamner came home from Lockland, O., a few days ago, as he was injured in the fall of a scaffold, in the auto works there. The remains of Miss Mattie Doss, of Louisville, were brought bore Sunday for interment in the Junction City cemetery. She was the daughter of Sam Doss, formerly town marshal of our little city. Rudolph R. Rosel, who has been sick the past week, is able to take his place again as head clerk for F. T. Gladys Tucker spent from Friday until Monday, as the guest of Miss Gertrude Richardson at Burke. Miss FURTHER NOTICE Ford Parts of all kinds carried in stock in our two garages. We've a splendid mechanic in charge a graduated man, with much experience; Swift, Dependable, Expert! Understands and overhauls all makes of autos. Come to us for competent and prompt services, at any time, but get your order in early for a Ford. ffl No. 192 St. Asaph Hotel, lot and large barn. Only hotel in town; steam heated, bath, etc; all buildings including all furniture and fixtures therewith. This is a splendid location and a mpney maker. This property'is on the market and is going td sell. It will pay you to talk to about this proposition. Our price is right. No. 152 90-aer- e residence; porch; cellar; large barn; smoke house, etc.; orchard, 200 trees, apples, peaches, cherries, etc,; 05 acres in cultivation. PRICE on this farm right. Will sell or trade. 50 acres; HO acres in acres for corn; good seven-roohouse; large barn; all necessary outbuildings, all buildings practically new; fine water; close to church, school, mill and store. PRICE $:i,.i00; terms right. farm; six-roo- m National G. First Tennessee, Guards at Eagle Pass, Tex. He says he is well, but does not know when lie will be mustered out. On Wednesday night about 8 o'clock the cry of fire was heard over the telephone from Shelby City, saying that the Shelby City Roller Mills were on fire. Fortunately Chas. Powell and Porter Hamner happened to see the blaze inside the mill in time to break in and put out the fire. Irwin lsbell, the owner and Fleece Ewing, were at home in Junction City and did not arrive till the fire as put out. Damage was small and due to the prompt action of the good neighbors. V. E. Johnstone came home from Pineville Saturday to move his family and that of Mr. Gastineau to Pineville. We are sorry to lose such good Co. Brumfield. T. S. Lsbell, of Shelby City Roller Mills went to Somerset late last week to purchase a car load of wheat. A letter was received last week from Paul Rogers, who belongs to H. C. Anderson, Agent, Stanford Burton & Steele, Agts., Hustonville grass; No. 189 20 m The sad looking man at the corner table had been waiting a long time for his order. Finally his waiter approached and, with a flourish, said: "Your fish will be coming in a minute or two now, sir." The sad man looked inteiested. people. Mrs. James D. Shelby was tailed "Tell me," lie said, "what bait are home from here Wednesday on ac- you using'.'" count of the serious illness of her daughter, Miss Sarah, who wa. striken with appendicitis. Marshall D. McCollum will shortly FAMILY AVOIDS Lro MARDIGRAS ONLY A DAY AND NIGHT TO NEW ORLEANS Louisville &. Nashville Railroad suit. Five room house; storeNo. 154 room, 22x00 ; barn and all other necessary outbuildings; blacksmith shop and tools; all buildings in good repair. Place right on the pike and splendid stand for shop and store. only $1,400 and terms to PRICE snap. 1 farm; 80 acres No. 179 in cultivation; balance in timber; new house now being built on place; barn, etc.; orchard; good never failing water; close to church and school; Splendid community. This is a good rich farm. It is easily worth $3,000, but the owner lives quite a distance from here and is determined to sell. It is now on the market at $1,800. This is your chance to pick up a Hi-ac- re t No. 147 70 acres and 00 acres of this good bottom land; house of four rooms; store room, 1(5x28; and barn, IUxIS-I- ; and all necessary outbuilding. New double crib; 25 acres of this farm in grass; well watered and new fencing. PRICE right and terms easy. No. 189 Town lot of acre and cottage of five rooms; kitchen and all; smoke house; chicken house; siahie, etc. PRICE $700. 3-- 4 Marcus Helm. was taken sick By Being Constantly Supplied With W. A. Reynold Tuesday and his son Robert D., had at to stop school to take his pla Thedford's Black-Draugh- t. the store. Miss Mayme Wilkinson was the guest of Louisville friends from Friday until Monday. McDuff, V'n. "I suffered for several Rev. Ernest Ford will preach at years," says AUs. J. 13. Whiitaker, ci the Christian church Sunday and .his place, "willi sick headache, and Sunday night. stomach trouble. Postmaster S. W. Burke, Ju Ige Ten years ago a friend told me to try City trustees L. T. Thedford's Louis Kriener, which I did, Rankin. E. R. Galbreath and other and I found it to be the best family medito cine for young and old. nrominent business men went Frankfort Wednesday to try to seI ht cure a respectable passenger depot time keep and when myon hand all the now, children feel r for Junction City. little bad, they ask me for a dose, and ii does them more good than any mcdicint they evei tried. Sloan's Liniment Ease Pain We never have a long spell of sickSloan's Liniment is first thought of ness in our family, since ue commenced mothers for bumps, bruises and using sprains that are continually happenis purely Thedford's ing to children. It quickly penetrates vegetable, and has been bund to rcg'i rubbing. Cleaner late weak stomachs, aid digestion, reand soothes without and more effective than mussy plas- lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausia, ters or ointments. For rheumatic headache, sick stomach, and similar aches, neuralgia pain and that grippy symptoms. soreness after colds, Sloan's LiniIt has been constant use for more ment gives prompt relief. Have a than 70 years, inand has benefited more bottle nandy for bruises, strains, than a million people. sprains and all external pain. For the Your druggist sells and recommends thousands whose work calls them outPrice only 'Joe Get a doors, the pains and aches following Package N. C ia exposure are relieved by Sloan's Liniment. At all Drugists, 25c. Black-DraugBlack-DraugBlatk-Draught." Black-Draught Black-Draught. y. business. Thurmond Helm, one of Dam die's finest young men was here from Friday until Monday with his friend, S. Burke. He is the son of Mr. and .Mrs. to Cleveland, O., to engage in SERIOUS SICKNES 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. home-- each way Board at best pmate Sleeping car faie l 00 to ; hotels $2 00 per day and up $1.00 per d.ty, or at first-clas- s For particulars see L. & N. Agent. Call for list of hotels, rooming nnd boarding houses Make Your Crops Bigger The best way is to put on the right kind of Fertilizer. We have just received a couple s of the of car-loadwell-know- n Swift and Armour Brands of Fertilizer And can sell it to you right. E. T. PENCE. Hughes and M'Carty Stanford, Ky. I Saufley We are having some very cold weather for the last few days. Rev. Welburn filled his regular appointment at Logan's Creek Sunday afternoon. There were several of this part of the community who attended the funeral of Mrs. Sherman Warfield at Mt. Moriah Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Messer and children, of Stanford, were visiting her mother, Mrs, Susie Adams bun-da- ItSS umnierlime in Florida car leaving Louisville 7:55 p. in., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 p. m. Through Pullman connection on train leaving Louisville 7:20 a. m., arriving Jacksomille 8:50 a. m. . r Two Daily Trains: Through Pullman Office Phone 180 Home Phones 152 and 184 ! lifternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McGuffey are rejoicing over the nrrival of a fine boy at their home. Miss Effie Wure has gone to school ut Richmond. Missus Idu Floyd and Elizabeth Lovell were the guests of Misses Sarah und Jennie Sampson Tuesday at-'te- Southern Railway Hallway is the direct line to Asheville, Aiken, Auuusta, Chaile.stnn, Columbia, Savannah, Sunimcrville and other southern resorts. The Southern Dining Car Service Winter Tmirit, Variable Tour and Honiescek. ers' Kxriirkion Fares now in dim Stopovers ami other ipcci.il features. Full information and fares from local Southern Railway agent or write B. H. Ti dd, District Past'r Agent, Stark Bldg., LouisvilU, Ky. MdlHk The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Success of a New Remedy Friday, February, 9, 1917 Page Three for Hustonville J. D. Hurton arrived here from Somerset Saturday evening after Iknr Mr. luUtorl differed for years several days nmonir relatives and Last March I tried friends there. with Imeknche. "Amine" and have used this new Will IlifTo motored to Stanford medicine recently discovered by Monday morning nccompanied by Dr. 1'it'iee, nnd it was wonderful tho Jeny Adams, Sam McKitmey, and eased the pain and nve tun Dr. 0. S. Williams, as witnesses in a a it I hnvo relfef in Mich a short time. lease against Clel MeAnineh, of Mc- tried several medicines, but "Auuric" Kinney, for repairs done on auto. pave satisfaction. Rifle is the only one that secured a judgment for his debt. it my duty to recommend J feel Uev. W. H. Cloyd left Monday by "Anuric Tablets "to nny one who suffers way of Louisville on a short visit to I did. a? (Signed) Mhs.Maimarf.t K. Sxidkh. relatives there before returning to his home at Yuma, Arironin. During his his mother Vote Folks in town and. adjoinlnp visit hereofto celebrating a he had the fine Xmns pleasure are delighted with the results dinner, his counties mother's 81th anniversary tin v have obtained byiiMiiiM XUltlU," tlu newwt discovery of Dr. Tierce, who and his r7th birthday on Jan. 4th. Prof. W. V. Reeves left Monday for i.md of the Invalids' Mora, audi . M UnlOAi. IScTiTi'TK, in Iiiiffalo, .jliis home at atluttsburg, for a few 'J'tn-- f who Marled tho day with a back-- days' visit to relatives during the arms and muscles, and repairing on the school building, u In , stiff h an .ii'Iiiiir bead (worn out before the School will open up again Monday, d.i Wgan liecnuse Jiey weio m and out reti". 112th, m the residence of Mrs, (t t'-- halt a tio.eii times at ingnt) are W. U. Williams u 'l'i' ciating the perfect rest, comfort Miss Ara Wright left n few days new strength they obtained troin ago for Louisville to visit her aunt To prove thence to Indianapolis to visit M Dr. I'ii ree a Amine Tablets. that, this a a certain uric acid solvent and Mrs. W. D. Wolf. and conquer headache, kidney and John Smiley, of Kidd's Store, was if bladder dteiMfcs and rheumatism, u e never used the "Auuric," cut called to Lexington a few days ago to attend the burial of a relative. tliifc mt and send ten cents to Doctor Newton Jones' five acres of tobac1 u rce iir a largo sample package. This wil. prove to yon that "Auuric" h co raised on H, W. Leigh's hind at the t'urU M'ven times more active than fair grounds, averaged 12,110 to the tl ..i m eliminating uric acid and tho acre and he sold same on the Danville i t perfect kidney nnd ladder cor-- r markets tit $li".94 for the entire crop a r. If you ate a euiferir, go to uur It was thought at one time a complete box loss as a lot of it was caught in a "iruggist and ask for a f " Viuric." You inn no risk for Di. heavy frost. 1 vp's good name stands behind thij Col. E. C. Hopper and Carrol B. wn.derfnl new discovery as it has. for Keid nrrietl home last Thursday from past half century for his "(lolden a business visit to Cincinnati and a the Medical 'Discovery."" a gene al tonic week's outing. made from roots' with pure glycerine Logan Hughes and IJoyeo Hunn of which makes the blood pure, his "Fa- rite Prescription" for weak women Stanford, were business guests of our city a few days ago. Ml "Pleasant Pellets" for liver ills. Too cold lor the ground hog to come out last Friday to see if he 20-Yekid-u- p ' Backache, Kidneys, Rheumatism. Family and Fr lends .jV-m-J l I Comt Most of All tmUttkiiWkmxhMJ&& v&.:wjx:r,xww'04;-&wKj C 1 Jl MilMiulf fflMfK J jaffut II B Vi. i s t &imvmm-jjamir"wmimmammnmim- il Ml I ini m Mi II II i 1 s'Sa f IIM n yir -- 1 . I 1 WftaJceJusMeasuiV" 'WHVfi Jh aMinuie - A Clean Slate - thatsall-- ar FARM LOANS Phone or Write in sums of $2,000 or more. No loan fee charged. D. A. THOMAS Lancaster, Ky. The Only Keeley Institute in Kentucky For any information apply to J. B. WILLIS this week. James Beck, of McKitmey, was here Tuesday and told that he would leave for Manhattan, Mont.. Feb. 15th. J. J. Allen went to Lexington Monday on business. Gilmoi-Burton's infant son has e get you cash on Accounts, Notes, C la ms, by collecting quickly nnv- - pneumonia. The School Board litis rented the whire in United States. Collection residence of Mrs. W. H. Williams, gsiuranteed or no charges. : : : : and school will be opened again MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Monday. Somerset, Ky. Miss Mollie Austin arrived home from Danville hospital greatly imR. M. proved, but will return later for an grippe. Eugene Dunn sold 125 bushels of corn for $125 to one of our farmers could see his shadow. The pop corn club meets every night at Adams Bros.,' store at 8 o'clock, where a fine time is experienced popping and eating corn. Come along and bring a few ears of corn with you and have a good time. Mrs. J. W. Powell has been confined to the house for several days with Crab Orchard, Kentucky CASH for ACCOUNTS They were a couple of fine old Southerners you could tell that at a glance. They were talking about tobacco. "Down South here, we judge a man by his family, don't we? If he is a gentleman, we take his measure in a minute, don't we? And, that's all we want to know, isn't it?" "Say, friend," one said, "judge this cigarette the same way. He is a SOVEREIGN that means he has blood and breeding comes from the finest family and has heaps and heaps of good friends here in the South. "He is made of the choicest and sweetest and mellowest of Virginia and Carolina tobacco; he is raised like a true Southern gentleman in a fine, clean, healthful home. Let us all stick to him SOVEREIGN King of them all." And this all must be true, men, because Headquarters for Best operation. FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE George Brown and three children Stanford, Ky. are quite ill at his father, Sidney Phone 168 and 45. Office of Brown's. Prof. S. S. Robinson has moved into the rooms of Miss Mack Logan. To the Public: r NEWLAND You Folks of the Sou?h KNOW good blood! You Folks of the South KNOW good tobacco! That's why everybody likes me why the men of the South are smoking me by' the ?3 millions every day. My! it's fine to be so popular to have so many friends. And, then here's something more to think about: -- I reprcunt the largest and bit m.idtto-nrilrNeglected Colds Grow Worse clotliint: huuif in this country fc T Vri-- e ami Co.. Cliicaan. Ill My c- A cough that racks and irritates Den. notj in nie.'mirini; ami directing tht mak may lead to a serious nc nt your clothes, rfivis me the ndvuntaKC the throat over one who is not a practical tailor If jou chronic cough, if neglected. The healwill .vi mi1 jnur order. I will prrnnist im a iiiuiirt dial Tou will Bt the worth of your ing pine balsams in Dr. Bell's Pine or the 'itT ui the clu'iipi'M pradi-in )in h .' Jly FALL and WIXTHK Honey n Nature's own remedy " i t.,ii s m now runty fur jour in will soothe and relieve the irritation, now and lit mc show jou in breathing will be osier, and the antiS-v- ' 1 H.C RUPLEY septic which Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, Tinning and Guttering Guranteed. MyerV Pumps and Gray Engines "Wl ien In Doubt Take a Bath." W. K. WARNER properties will kill the germ retarded healing. Have it handy for etoup, sor; throat and chronic bronchial affections. Get .t bottle today. Pleasant to take. At all Druggists, 25c. 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 13 known the world over for keeping his word, and I have given you mine. J if -- Phone 188 Stanford, Ky. D avis St ore Jewel, the little baby girl of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kidd, has been quite Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and sick but is much better at this writing. Buggies; Open Day and Night. Garland James a small Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a tract of knob land bought Mrs. Isa from Trial, We Will Please You. II. II. Carter, Manager. Tucker for $225. has Phone C. Homy Ballard moved in the Calls answered day or night. widow CARTER & CARTER, Stanford. Ky. Store. McKinney's house near Davis' .i Henry Davis wil! teach the unexii pired term of the Sugar Grove school Bus consisting of five weeks and one day. Pruitt Anderson, who has been attending school tit Richmond, surprisDaily Except Sunday ed the homefolks with a short visit Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) last week. We are glad to say that 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. at Pruitt is making good over there in Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at school. 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Ethel James has finished another Bundles and Packages Carried at seven mouths school teiin, without Low Charges being absent or tardy during the enO. L. MINKS. Proprietor tile term. This makes two terms she hits to her credit for her regular Livery and Auto Service overeign Cigaretfes the "JUmp of tmexm, FOR j. oy & in f . the: gentleman op SOUTH CU& Between Danville and Stanford Auto We sell this great cigarette in Stanford. Try a package and you will be convinced that all the above advertisement says, is true John M. Casey, D. V. M. Veterinary Surgeon Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College (Kec. by U. S. Gov.) Middleburg E. R. COLEMAN, Proprietor The Penny Drug Store STANFORD, KENTUCKY PERKINS REYNOLDS W. PENNINGTON, Mrs. Maggie Bolin is very low of Office Farrib' Stable lutieicuiosis at tile Home ot Her sis- fact the day was treated as other T. . . J. B. Danville, J. M. Kentucky ter, Mrs. A. E. McKinley, on Ceme- days. The stores and hank were kept tery street. open. There were no services at any UNDERTAKER, DENTIST WAYNESBURG. DENTIST Uev. J. W. Beagle, who has been of the churches and school kept as We carry a large und complete stock Myen House Flats Stanford, Ky. Rooms 28-2Lincoln Bank Building Baptist for L. of Gaskets, Robes etc tit all times. Co.. pastor of theyears, haschurch here and usual. the war clouds hee;an to Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 Phone 214 STANFORD. KY. nearly two resigned -- ; Snce hover Phone: Farmers' line No. - will likely devote his whole time to over us a few days ajjo those republiWoodstock line No. evangelistic work. Uev. Beagle was cans who were so warlike just hack much liked not only by the Baptist it little don't seem to much so. people here but members of the other -- fchurches delighted in hearing him See B. L. FAGALY for Contracting preach anil were always present at his and Building of any sort Houses, IS THE IDEAL TIME TO VISIT We regret that circumstances services. Hams, Etc. Stanford, Kentucky. 1 f Y" I made it necessary for Uev. Beagle to i unciercaicer leave us. It is the concensus of opinion that 42, Ky. Friday of last week was the roughest DENTIST of the season. For anyone to stick Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays their nose out without a covering was or the C. at Crab Orchard rather a risky business, but Jacob He sure your title is tfood. j,ct me Myers went up against it and moved survey your land purchase for you, i Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays JLjg at Stanford from Turnersville to the McAnineli and mnke certain. Will k anywhere ' Office in Lincoln Bank Binding faim just above town. Uev. J. A. Davis, a student at Lex- M. C. Get away from the cold and enjoy life in the land of Sunshine and ington preached at Green River SunFlowers sssCBn5? V3 IHsksBaflsslHstssssssfl day morning anil evening. The late deep snow and the exLow round-tri- p fares and excellent service via treme cold weather since is thought to have about wiped out the quail AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE family. But few have been seen since The high dollar at your sale all the time and at lowest price; sales the snow melted. ( For Particulars, call upon local agents of this railroad "Groundhog day" was not observcried anywhere. Olflc Hoin PhoD 35 I'botif 1ST I AT YOUR DRUGGIST. ed as u holiday by anyone here. In Phone 364A Lancaster at my eipente STANFORD. KY. J. Beazley & && Phone J. ,JyigV4y .1 nrr." 'mer Stanford. McCLARY A--- CONTRACTING PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS NOW Surveying and Leveling Newland, Stanford W. W. BURGIN FLORIDA I GULF COAST RESORTS CAPT. AM BOURNE Undertaker Embalmed REMEDYFORMEN. RAILROAD The Interior Journal, Std nford, Kentucky: Friday, February, 9, 1917 PLEASE REMEMBER! Usi "GtU-lt,- " Lift Corn Right Off 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 It's Gonol Shrivels, Looscns-a- nd Just likeoutnkhiB die lid off tlint'a enn lift a corn off your Jiow ensy too after It Iidh been treated with discovery, Mots-It- " tlio wonderful Hunt tho wldo world over and you'll find nothing fo innKlft slmiilo and You folks who easy as "Ucts-It.- " !" .....$ End Corn and Step Pain Quickly Willi Ccti-It" The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. J. S. HOCKER, President Vice-Preside- H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier S. T. HARRIS, C. HAYS FOSTER, Asst. Cashier W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. Bookkeeper 3froJ31OTjan'TOKT3EX3V'Jn7aXCTSXr3 Personal and Social Feb. I Coming Events The; 15. Y. P. U. of the vited. Feb. 10 The Beulah Walker Cii do of of the Christian church will meet at Penny Drug Store. the instead of of children bright ' Mrs.church Buughman, at the home anJ. S. as at first Aithur C. Coffey is able to be out nounced, Feb. It Rcjjulnr meeting of the after several days' illness. ' Miss Lucile Davis, of l.oxingt.in, is Woman's Club at 3 P. M. m the guest of her sister, Mm, C. C. play food j Mrs. Baker, of Junction City, waft Woodard. Will Huffman, known to his many hero today with relatives and friends. easily do Miss Ella May Saunders has been friends familiarly as "Poc," loft this Pry Ridge confined to her bed by illness bcveral week for rheumatism. to take treatonly ment for this week. Acoy have Mr. Mrs. J. rich liquid-foo- d E. B. Campbell has been confined rented and cotti'ge W. tho on Fas' M to his home with the e;t ippc thK street recently vacated by V. H week. family, who Invo Mrs. J. W. Lunsford was the guest Wot el' and on the Somersetr.ini'd to their farm piki Tcnn., vort. here betweens trains of her sister, Mrs. Kinj? at Paint AV'cdnesda.' en route home fiom Lick last week. Statior. where they had been the of Cleveland, lu'ilstSI guests of i datives and friends. EPEkdSEIHE! fif HI LaRMSM? is Mrs. James Monefee, Mrs. Lucicn TWF&. v Irk .. visiting her sisters, S m VfA tA Zi iwl H7ri Mrs. C. Foster and Beekner and Mis3 Letitia Warren .". n p. aflTBi:?. .mj i..r Todd spentT?. Thursday Mrs. W. R. rkr?HiM in Louhv'lle, Winchester Sun. EJ J Hiw ikrcv the latter ijoinor to meet her lister. 32 Miss Mary Bruce has been conhn-e- d of Nashville, to her rooms for several days on Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of Bliss There a to start them growing and keep account of illness. Miss Anne the Stomach 'and Intestines, Auto- Tcnn.. who is lier guest here for sev them going. Children relish McRobeits is assisting in the pnstofficc intoxication, Yellow Jaundice, Ap- eral days. Mrs. Lulu Johnson, of Lancaster, SCOTT'S and it carries rare during her absence Bozcman, Mon- pendicitis and other fatal ailments was Wm. Cowan, of from Stomach trouble. Thouheie Wednesday the guest of Llood tana, was in Stanford this wvik, the result of Stomach Sufferers owe their nutritive qualities to their Mrs. It. M. Newlaml, en route sands Floridn Poland, from streams and gives them flesh-foo- d, guest of J. B Jones and his tithe'- complete recovery to Mayr's Wonder- home wesUnlike any other for where she had been to attend the buful Remedy friends. Mr. Cowan went to bone-foo- d strength-food- . and tern home many years ago, and has Stomach Ailments. Foi sale by The rial of her brother, Thomas Arnold, Nothing harmful in SCOTT'S. amassed a comfortable fortune in the Pennv Drug Store and druggists ev- who was killed last week in uuto 9. liar list church will entertain with a facial at the church tonight to which nil of the yountf people of the other ehaiwhes of town are cordially in- - with their catch colds not thrive they the pure, underdeveloped There are thousands who are but frail not sick but have wrapped your toes In bandages to look like bundles, who liuvo used salves that turned your toes raw and fcorc, and uoed plasters that would shift from their place and never "Ket" tho corn, and who have iliiir and picked at your corns with knives and scissors and perhaps these tnado them bleed Just mill "(Jets-It- old " and painful was and try Just once. You put 2 or : drops on, mid It dries at once. There's nothing to htlck. Von can put yourohuo and stocking right on aaln, Tho pain Is all koiio. Then tho corn dies a painless, shriveling death. It loosen.' from your toe, and off It la the bluest sell- comes. "Oets-Tt- " iiik corn remedy in mo world today. There's none other .is pood. "flcts-It- " Is sold by drustrlsts everywhere, S'ic a bottle, or sent on receipt of price by C. Lawrence & Co. Chicago, 111. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remeds by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The , they they and need in d.j i Mrs. Nancy Morgan is visiting rein-tice- s I and friends nt Lowell. Mrs. F. B. Burnett, of Hustonville, nttended the burial of her cousin, I Mrs. Walter Saunders, Wedresday. Mrs. Lindn Pillion, of London, has' been tho gut t of Miss Elln Mae ' Saunders and ithcr relatives hero. Mrs. It. G. Hampton, of Lebanon DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN Junction, has ieri the guest of relaRELIEVED HER BABY WHEN tives and frl mis NOTHING ELSE WOULD Miss Mary i'urdette has been the Mr-- guest of Robett L. Collier at Little Ma I'endergrHsl is now four Crab Orchard years old, and u fine healthy boy. Mrs. W. s Fish went to Paint When but a tiny baby, in fnct almoKt Lick Wcdncfi' 3 to see relatives and from birth, he suffered a great deal friends. from constipation. His mother, Mrs. Fred Gari 'tt i quite ill with Carl W. Pendeigrast, Key, Ind., neunionia, In - mnnv friend will re- - heard of Pr. Caldwell'sRed . Syrup Pepsin, grot to know obtained a bottle of it from the drug Mrs. J. J. i.itt, of I'ineville, was stoie, and with it wan able to quickly here between ti uns today en route eorre t this condition. V I'ksvillo. home from Mr. Pendergrnst says Pr. Cald.Mrs. Kit ' Iv l.uilt, of Richmond.1 well's Syiup Pepsin has snved them mlias returned after a visit to her from calling the dor to i many times, t Jin Fisher Woods. friend, Miss and that sht will nevei be without n ' Miss Math Luiwfnrd lias been bottle of it in the house to ue when 4rSV ,iJincd to lj' lionic on account of needed. She found it equally effei tive sickness. as a laxative for herself and other ' Mm. Audi Pillion and children, membeis of the family. f Crab Oieh 'i arc the guests of her j Pr. Caldwell's Syrup Pensin is o ' Met', Mrs. i ' Wilkinson. compound of simple laxative herbs substitutes be sure to ask for Pi Miss Lott arson has returred with pepsin, pleasant to the taste, home from i hmond, where she has mild in action and positive in effect. CaldweU'u Syrup Pepsin. See that facsimile of Pr. Caldwell's slgnotui. I oqi gu t of friends, and reln- - It does not gi ipe or the strain, and con- and his portrait appear on the yell w tives tains no opiate or narcotic drug. It carton in which the bottle is packil Misses Miii: Foley and Miss Sallie i.s the ideal family laxative, mild and A I trial free of Dcllorde, of i.ib Orchaid, weie the pleasant for baby, yet ncting quickly obtainedbottle, writing charge, ran by to Dr. W. '!. jruests last u. k of Mr. and Mrs. 0. on the strongest constitution. Caldwell, Ifi.'i Washington St., Mo' t BeBorde To avoid imitations and ineffective ticello, Illinois. Mr.. Man Piunter and Mrs. Emer son Hice, Hroilhead, were the cuests of J. .1 Painter and family to Mrs. Charlotte Wan-en'Mr-- . Hugh N. Noe visited her nv condition day. remains very critical. Mrs. S. ('. VunAndale at Spriiu-fiel- d Miss Loot ')i a Snutheiliind. of HnrMr. David W. VanPeveor, of last week. Mrs. ,VanAr d rodsburg, !. has been tho guest of Richmond, attened the burial of her .. Mi-s- . M rs. Clay i is in the country, is the sister-in-laWalter W. Saun- came home with Mrs. Noe for uost of M ' Geitrude Wilkinson. ders Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Mnnney Mobley and babv. Lieut. Go Jrmes P. Black passed Mrs. has who have been through lien- today en route to his vvith herBettie Moore, whondrew been Covington, Mr. and Mrs. Allenvisit ;. daughter, Mrs. Pilher parents, Tr home at linrlmtirville from Frank- lion at Crab Orchaid, is here with lor have returned home. They werj fort. Ifr. C H lloelriii' miwI tffii'fivn her daughter, Mrs. Ed Wilkinson for accompanied by her sister, Miss Ala visit. pha Truylor. little daughter. Blanche, of Danville, were here a short lime Wednesday on their way to ( orbin to visit .Mrs. Jas. z52r-- : ir- Dizney. Mrs. B. P. Carter has returned where she vvjm from Mit ln"''-burcalled on ..' eount of the illness of J6 1 7J31 Mis. Sallie tXood. Her niother impioveil. iTXTJnffVfk A is G. E. V ker, a prominnt oil After a night of restlessness of the Wayne county fields, wa due lo a" hacking cough, with en route to Waynes-burp- ;, here Thui-di- v where he will look over some its strain and disturbance on leases in t!uil promising tenitoiy. your whole system, you izr Mrs. CI" ScitI and baby, of Jel-lic- Will Never Be Without This Simple Laxative Ir-i-- i aJi'i m I t i ' '&& i -- s -- i.-- -- -- j'm'W, mjjW!L.'2ir ifo.r&yWek3 M' tfah Pimm 4.xu?ns i. rrom Hacking' tr o, completely exhausted. !li-le- y ... i 7'Tij!i Do not let the cold wear yov '," Di-v- and encourage more serious ill Take Dr. King's New Disc . and get grateful relief, it quies. annoying coufjh, relieves the and grippe makes you fa-- i . jrortable aain and you ':. .. much needed rest. Your druggist has sold it for years. Try it. ,,-j- :) I Scott & Sowne. Bloomfield. N. J. 1S-- 2 .great wheat belt. erywhere. -. ' ' rSaSESaSSiflBiSESSSaCfflESa Final Clearance of J K Si9f k i.. Ki vi i m' .' KVrtJ tr" Sale Now Going 'On values, now $K $12.50 values, now $I5.8'9 vafees, now 14 rt ... ... .. .. 1 37.SO IpS'uSO $16.50 values, hoy : 31 l.TS $12J5 0 1 518.50 values, now $20.80 values, now $25.00 values, now $27.50 values, nov .. .. .. $ 1 3cSO $14.SO S I SoSO SSSoSO ; .. Shoes, Overshoes and Rubber Boots, ' per cent off. Shirts, 'Underwear, Hosiery and all other furnishings not mentioti- ecj above, 0 per cent off The inidcations are that it will be a long time before you are offered another opportunity to buy goods at the price we are offering you during jhis sale. Come in and give us a look, and if you think our prices are not right, we will not ask you tq buy. Remember there is a discount on every arLcle in our store ranging from 10 to 25 per cent. W3S) I v 4 Ij W Is 1 : it W ww m Stanford's Biggest Store ' - ' 1111111 ... .i -- ., j, ( ". w - ... ,, F:FWn!tt-t'??iZ- FZZWJ.7ttrir?rrrMnww H uyl .- Page Six lifKUlPWtuwm The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Farm and Stock News rnlmcr Harris of Woodford bought d mules from a pair of Mr. Grovor, of Scott county, for $355. I,. I CofTmnn, of the Shelbv City mirtinn. sold tn C. U. Martin, of Dan- villc. last week, n bull for $70 ami three-year-ol- friday, February, 9, 1917. ILL HEALTH IS EXPENSIVE am! many doctor Mill nrpunnacr-.Mr- y. If yourlim ta nrtlvp nnd your ytrm (rwjof want matter you nerd rsrrly lie Kick. Forcontlpailon,hr1nc, liail brtatfi and digutlvo disturbances, ue a good laxative. toTOiST3 njwv-w- ClMAStl MMIM tOM II MCUIHS rncenoru hlfil niCWMl (mlii4 inmiwim i? IsTlira LJKXT 8r 'P7W t If m wrm 8 We Paiy the Freight on They lato lite randy, relieve effectively, and form nn t,si Iml.lt Pcrun Tfc. TnWoUcIosr up the sytcm,orcomo catarrh, restore the ntuiotlln and tono the jystcm. The twonro ureat aldsto 'IP Pro C., Colombo,, Oils Rood health. Send in thereupon today Manalin Tablets are Ideal Manalin Toilets :Sc S S 11 -- . GcntttlgxStwe .1 and 10c Tho Peruaa Co. Celumbui, ,Namo S v lor a lo of Tablets. Send to .,-..- S I.nclosod find. .-. . . cents ... ntinniii for Sllfi. Chailov Heck, of the Hubble sec- lion, sold 2,000 pounds of tobacco on the Danville breaks Thursday at nn tvetV'e of 18 cents n pounds. Mr. Hull Anderson, oil the Stan- fold and Hustonville pikd, will shoijt-I- v advertise for sale his farm, mill other nroncrtv. Pete of snle will be announced later with tmr- !l live-Hrnr-- fc iXQk ivs RNVvO . Q :'JBa x xtnFM zfiB, fVH ghZZivL & ' Wl1 SEEDS! Read These Prices $1 1.50 Red Clover, 99 per ct. pure, bushel Sapling or Mammoth Clover, 98 per ct. $1 1.75 pure, bushel Alsike Clover, 95 per ct. pure, bushel $1 1.75 Northwestern Alfalfa, 99.78 per ct. pure bushel $ 0.50 Timothy, 99.50 per ct. pure, bushel $2.75 Red Top, 98.40 per ct. pure, pound .1 2 ' 2c Bags, extra, at 25c each Remember these prices are laid down to stations as far as Stanford and McKinney. Samples on request. Prices subject to change. : 1 . 0bi .Ad.lrr-,- Paul Finch, proprietor of Drake's ("reek Stock Farm, and n Hi; nrcett-e- r of Duroc hogs, went to field. Thursday to attend the big on the Carter inrm on tno nusion-vill- e like the past year, has rented the Howard MeAninch plage on Green liiver in Casey county and moved his family to it. of Lexington, .is here .lav Weil. Inti. lnMt week nnd boucht Wnl'.'r O. Titia utllo. J. J. Myers, who has been VQ f ivminjr otf&$m - V. 'MSffl V". gyyj QQ 2SJ. :7!rwinxrnaM'':..., vWi AI fwrmwiMEsfes. v-- fxfj VA ourt Day We will for ten da's longer, only, give you Sale Prices on All Goods. Men's Suits and extra good ones, too, at $9.98 $11.48, $14.65 and on up to $17.65. ' Men's New Fall Hats $1.48, $1.98 and $2.48 Men's and Women's Shoes from 98c to $3.98 Raincoats and Overcoats at real bargains. Odd Pants for dress, and also Corduroys, now at sale prices. WE HAVE MANY BARGAINS NOW WAITING FOR YOU Walter's fat cattle, about 50 in the herd, and averaging i,aou pounus in weij'ht, nt SO a hundred. From T. W. tones, Mr. Weil purchased '.)" light steers that averaged 700 pounds, at from $7 to h i.oO a hundred. father of O. M Moreland. Moreland, of that city, bought Jt0-nrv- n form riirht ill the edge of IJvook- h.ivi.n. Miss., for S20.000. Oi the farm was some SI 0,000 worth of sinr-k- . Just What I Waftt!" h zyz gjgj gV !! i9 ? Tin! I. X. Oorcctwcn News sav- - tint Hq jQfl ofifl MKI ....-.if- Give me cake made I'm getting , -- I know its pure, wholesome, nourishing, ftli M wlff JTV iji;i ttuifliinerv and irons. whiih wont with the trade of the farm. The trade, it is said, is a most excellent one on the nart ot Mr.Mnrchtnil Mr. Moreland lately movUH flrtn nd tn thnt iioint from Frankfort af burned. ter his roller mills In the Kast End .1. L. Kidd bo L'ht a pair of younir mules from B. F. I.onpr for SI 70: J. C. Tucker sold a mule lo I.miiiL' Manninir for S120; Kc'ert LA Tucker bought a younpr marc f om Wm. Watts of Mavwood; Wm. fiivin fjrjl ilerful Icavcnintr nnd rniclntT seisin linirnr ite nlicnlntA PGU Use CnlnniPt fnr itnifnrn QQ results and economy." Received Highest Awards Kpfl Kttlt fttat 111 Stt sllt in inJ do tttt " MT ilSL ht 4flj Golden Blend Coffee makes a drink fit for the' gods if you do not try 4 pounds you will miss a treat. pound 25 cents 4 pounds sent postpaid for $1.00! 1 SSLJITi rBVTHB TBUCTRJU T Mti bought six cows and calves from E. Arnold for $300, and one cow of John Zwahlen at live cent a hops of d pound; seven Schnitzlcr at 10 cents a nom J: hojrs of I.eo. Ever a' d two 10 cents a nound and about o() lv A of various parties at the same prie 210-poun'ioO-poun- 111 tf ar 1 4 'isP m sffiic&J W rnftvfijfn ' sill iiiatt via k &&h CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET we'ik Receipts Hojrs 5.000: packers and butchers $12.25 (a) 12.50 to choice S8.50(S)11 "' common niirs and lights $R.00(fi) 11.50: st!- $7.50 ((D 10.25. Cattle Receipts 800 steady; calves wiak. S5.00i:'..7" Sheeps Receipts 100; steady; lam'i slow. mm vtiigAGo We are in the market for Blue Grass and Seed Corn. Send samples, state quantity you have and quote lowest prices. P. S. sy .i m sua ilia & v! Wix&r Sfci'' Jas ! . tktstf . Meard AVout Town id from Somerset to Corbin, where J. M. Cheap and big can BaUingPowdcrot'onct save you money. Calumet does it's pure ind far superior to sour milk and scda. Wo?? && SG gaMZrrpMS : : : : Preston orders his I. J. ehann A Opposite The Penny Drug Store Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank t vBMHTwsi'vgfa.Tauirsja&ttiemiLsxmjrsca vaasjiaaazaxxjcxaasissacs BAUGHMAN'S. HI 1EN FE ED" Here is the Mixture: Clacked corn, wheat, buckwheat, sugar cane seed, oats and barley. All feed no waste in it. Try some now you will like it. $2.50 per 100 lbs. We are making a mixed feed for chickens from clean wholesome grain and feed, proportioned to make an ideal food for the fowls. I H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY Mr. Farmer We have on hand now a number of Chattanooga Plows the best on the market for your spring needs. Come in and look them over before you buy. GEORGE H. FARRIS "TniftTTyar1TTTfllMefltftlw"1riM W. H. Hi ggins Has an interesting proposition on Casing for he is now nicely located. It was tho mother of Mrs. II nm Since the cold weather lv broken "onnie, of Chattanooga, and not Mrs up the people are beginning to do P.onn'e, who passed away there some farm work. The I. J. was told that it We are pleased to be able to state was Mrs. Bonnie, and givntly refi"t that Miss Helen Hester is greatly improved at this writing. the mistake. W. II. Wearen, secretary of the Mr. Claude Gorkey and bride and Associa- her sister were in Hubble Sunday af"entral Kentucky Millers' tion and T. H. Eads, treasure of the ternoon. Paptist church, now have office School will be out Feb. 14th. room with J. D. Wearen.tl- - insurMiss May Manning was in Stanance man. on Lancaster strct. ford one day recently shopping. The I. J.'s eood friend T. F Lack It is reported that Mr. Miracle's ey has sent a substantial check for family are well satisfied with their lewal of his subscription and orders new home. his paper changed from Lit 'bfield, j til., wnere lie nas oeeii iihmm . m uu i nuinner oi years. 10 ai. i.mn-- wnere he will be in business in the future. The I. .1. was mistaken icintly in j stock item when it said tlu.t 15. W. t eigh, of Hustonville had solit a pair of mules to C. L. Carter. M. Leigh "Pape't Cold Compound" Ends A will Mr. Carter a pair of three and Cold Or Grippe In A Few four year old mares for $ 11)0. A number of men who have made Hours splendid records as brakeniea in the service of the Q. & C. railn ul, have Vour cold will break and all grippe recently been promoted to positions as conductors, which will by good misery end after taking a dose of news to their many friends in this 'Tape's Cold Compound" every two section. Thev are Messrs. John Weis-ne- r, hours until three doses are taken. II. O. Phelps, II. H. Baker and. J. nosIt promptly opens clogged-u- p II. Camden. County Attorney W. S. Burch has trils and air passages in the head, returned after a several weeks' stay stops nasty discharge or nose runwith his brother, Sam J. Burch and ning, relieves sick headitche, dullness, feverishness, sore throat, sneezing, family on his fine plantation at Miss. Mr. Burch is greatly im- soreness and stiffness. Quit blowing Don't stay stuffed-up- ! proved in health, and looks as if he Ease your throbbing were feeling fine, his many friends and snuffling! head nothing else in the world gives will be glad to know. Rev. .1. J. Dickey has the sympa- such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold thy of a large circle of friends here Compound" which costs only 25 cents in the loss of a venerable sister, Mrs. at any drug store. It acts without who died Feb. 3rd, assistance, tastes nice, and causes no A. E. Shackley, and was buried in the Fleniingsburg incinvenience. Accept no substitute. cemetery the lith. She was X'.i years old and greatly beloved by all who knew her. News has reached here that Roy How did the weather strike you, Gorkey, son of C. C. Geikiy, of the (ireun River section, had a streak of Sunday? old infant of Mr. The bad luck last week. While attemptin tn take a load of tobacco to Danville and Mrs. Clifford Green died Satura and was had the misfortune of getting his day of arm broken by a wagon wheel run- buried at Hroughtontown. Noah Terry has the measles. Mrs. ning over it. He was taken to .function City for examination and is suffering Lizzie Cook and her granddaughter, .Miss I'earl Cook have both been very , considerable. sick for several days. Lizzie Young Mrs. and Green Young are with the family of J. K. Young near Mt. Xenia helping nurse them through measles. i F. A. Rogers has moved to tho j house vacated by Uncle Green Young, . who moved to the Godfrey Iiaugh I place and W. II. Tony has moved to the house vacated by Rogers. Ed. Young has also moved on to the God- RUSH BRANCH &iii?tl, t c WHOLESALE AND RETAIL : Covington, Kentucky How's This? We offer One Hiinilrcil Ijollnra Reward tor any cne of Catarrh that cannot be :ured by Hall's Catarrh Mf.dlclne. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has Lecn taken oy catarrh sunvrers for tin- - past thlrty-Iv- q years, and has become known as the moat rollnblp remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicliio acts thru the Blood on n the Mucous surfaces, expelling the front tho I31ood nnd lioallnpr tho disportions. eased After you haw taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a In your Renernl Kieat Improvement Pol-so- Head And Nostrils Stuffed From Cold health. Start taklmr Hall's Catarrh Medicine nt ottee and net rid of catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHUNKY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. were in Detroit, Mich., at the time of their mother's death; J. C. Warfield and Mrs. Turner, of Shelbyvillle; Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Warfield, of near Eubank; John Meier of Danville and quite a number of friends from Stanford. Miss Grace Young, who has been working in the Danville Laundry for sonie time is at home to help care for her mother, Mrs. C. M. Young, who remains quite ill. A letter received by the writer from Ids brother, II. S. Young, of Holstein, Neb., reports the birth of vwin girls at his home. Edgar Dugan leaves today for Louisville. ," Highland four-mont- bronco-pneumoni- HERE'STHEHOG mMmti. the Methodist church last Sunday. He will hereafter preach on the first Sunday of each month instead of the No ! third Sunday which has been the regular day for the said eh'.'rch for the sliff sore muscles apply past 50 years. Liniment to the pain P. II. Goodson has sold his farm to Frank Stephens of Whitley City for Or ache, ir oulrtht nenetfitav $o,,fJ00, who will take possession the and soothes 'without rubbing. first of March.. Mr. Goodson will go Rheumatism, gout, lumh.io, neuralgia, back to Tennessee. ipraini and bruises arc quickly relieved by John Rogers has sold his fnrm to its use. Cleaner and more promptly e Daly Hutchinson for $2,000. Mr. than muuy plasters or ointments, it Rogers will rent n farm. does not slain the skin or clog the pores. K. G. Iiaugh having had his sale expects to leave for Danville this week of homes has a place for Sloan's Liniment. where he expects to make his home At all druggists, 2Zc. SOc. and $1.00. for a while. His son Sam will run the is away. farm while he A very large crowd was present at the funeral of Mrs, L. S. Wnrfield last Wednesday which was conducted by J. C. McClary with prayers by J. M. Long and Kd Hubbard. Among those present from a tlistance were: Mrs. Emil Meier and baby, Miss o Wnrfield and Willie Warfield, who Mr. Sizemore. Egbert Lewis has rented the Dun-awafarm from Gene Hutchinson and will move this week. Mr. Green, teacher of the Highland school, has been quite sick at his home near Parlor Grove for the past week. His brother-in-laMr. Sanders has been teaching for him. Rev. Logan Godbey preached at y exchanged locations. Mr. Hurleson is engaged in the mercantile business at present. Mrs. II. II. Jones and children havi gone to Piqua, O., to join her husband, where they will make their home. Mr. Jones rented his farm to BBBBBBbW fc f fllrfr VyBBBBLB s Need To Rub FOR clice-liv- Lil-li- .. . -ir- SV. ...-.i- - - -:-"- Vtttt rwnx -- -. -- 'V' iin c- -- VStL j iim WUIl VgkZiy Ky. , frey Iiaugh farm. I. D. Green of this place nnd Jetr of Wuynesburg, recently Hurleson jjfim BOURUON KBMEDY CO., your Auto. Call and See Him Enclosed find pboto of hoc that was cured o( cholera v!lli yom Houston Hcc Cholera Remedy. This hot; was almost duud K'tore 'isiuir Ilia medicine, ami then was cutlrely cured, ei rept losa of earn, tall, etc. The hoi; Is owned by Air. Skllo Kvrine, of llowlinc Ky. Ho wli: bo clad to five you u testimonial, nod wo can L'et several nioro if you want the" (irt-vu- , JENK1N8-SUI1LUT- Crescent Heights Stock Farm Aberdeen-Angu- s Southdown Shoap, Duroc Jarsey Hog The best bloodlines of each of these Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs Cattle DKUG CO.. llowlinc Green, Ky The I. J. ia only $1.50 a year twice a week; $1 for once a week. Ask Your Druggist lor It individ- famous breeds. High-clus- s Sold By for sale at all times R. F. D. No. S THE PENNY DRUG STORE , E. V. Carton, Prop. Stanford, Kentucky E. R. CvlotnoB, Prop. Stanford, Ky. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky