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The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, February, 13, 1917 Catching Acquitted Aged Resident of County Diet At Some of Jurort Say He Might Have Pulled London Bank Out. Home of Son In Wett End Orchard Latt Week. On Danville Pike Destroyed A host of friends here where he lived a number of years were grieved to learn of the death at Crab Orchard last Friday of Dr. William M. Doores, 87 years of age, and in his day ono of the best known and most widely beloved physicians in Lincoln and adjoining counties. Dr. Doores died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Perkins, with whom he had lived for some time, of the infirmities of age. Up until about four years ago he had been in active practice for about half a century. He served the Lost Cause loyally in the Civil War and was a Captain in the Confederate army under Gen. Price. He was wounded in several battles and is said to have had five horses killed under him. When the war was over Dr. Doores located in Madison county, coming to Lincoln in 1897. His wife, who was a Miss Thomas, of Missouri, died about 10 years ago. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Sallie Coulter, of New Mexico; Mrs. Laura Spiegel, of Shelbyvillc, Ind., and Mrs. Lelia Livingston, of New York City. five-ye- Tuesdays and Fridays Aged Physician No More GODLY WOMAN GOES HOME Dr. William M. Dooret Diet At Crab Mm. Charlotte Warren Diet At Her Home Here After Long Illness Handsome Home Burns COLD BUT VERY BUSY COURT DAY Mr. and Mrt. Walter Dunn ' Houte Cattle, Mulet and Politicians Vie Col. S. M. Owens of McKinney and Joseph Rout, in his day, one of The handsome home of Mr. and With Each Other for Share of the best known residents of Stanford, George E. Crawford, of this city, re- Mrs. Walter Dunn, five miles from the Farmers' Attention, died nt the home of his son John B. turned from London Friday night, Funeral Wednesday Afternoon Stanford, on the Danville pike, was Rout at Hustonville Monday, of ill- where they served on the jury in totally destroyed by fire Saturday February Court Day, Monday, was ness incident to infirmities of age. Ho Federal court, which tried W. B. afternoon about two o'clock, A de- bitter cold but the state of the After an illness extending over n was in his 84th year and since leav- Catchings, former president of the fective flue is thought to have startperiod of two years the spirit of Mrs. ing Stanford a number of years ago defunct First National Bank of that ed the blaze. Mrs. Dunn was alone weather didn't dampen the ardor of Charlotte Letcher Warren took its had made his home with his children city, on four indictments, charging at home at the time, and when she the candidates who were here, nnd flight to that higher and better world affected very slightly the trade in in Lincoln county and at Somerset. in 24 counts, aiding and assisting discovcerd the fire, phoned to neighon Monday morning, at her home on The deceased was an dlder broth- former Cashier McCall A. Fitzgerald bors for assistance, but by the time cattle, mules nnd other livestock. It Danville avenue. Just as the rays er of the late John W. Rout, of this in misappropriating the bank's funds. they arrived, the conflagration had is almost hard to say which of the of the morning sun were dispelling city, a son of Wesley Rout and Amer- Fitzgerald was convicted last May approached such proportions that it three species was most plentiful. the darkness of the nightly vigil, the There were close on to a thou senica Helm, and a member of one of and now is serving a impossible to stop it, and but devoted watchers at the bedside of sand cattle handled by T. W. Jones tence in the United States peniten- was the most prominent families in' this little of the contents could be saved this Godly woman saw and realized section of Kentucky. Mrs. Mary B. tiary in Atlanta, Ga. Catchings was cither, making the loss a particular- and his assistants at the stockyards, that her earthly cares were done and which sold .up to 7 cents a pound Owens of Somerset, is his sister and acquitted of the charges against him ly heavy one. The house was a large for there wasn't much class reprethat the prayers of this meek sufferthe only surviving member of their by the jury. He was defended by frame building, handsome- sented in the offerings. Mule buyers er, for deliverance into the kingdom family of that generation. Mr. Rout Attorneys Edwin P. Morrow and Col. ly furnished. It was known as the were very busy, paying up to $235 her of the Maker were answered, for was married twice, his first wife hav- Sam Hardin, while the District At- old Logan home, having been in soul was wafted away where death ing been Miss Elizabeth Baughman, torney prosecuted. Several of the Mrs. Dunn's fnmily for many years. for choice young females and taking and sorrow are unknown. rfcarly everything offered nt prices jurors who tried the case expressed a sister of Messrs. S. H., J. K., and Estimates made unofficially arc that which are better thnn they Mrs. Warren was the widow of have been M.. S.- Baughman, of this county. His themselves of the opinion, after it must have cost $3,000 to $5,000 to Judge Richard' Crutchfield Warren, second wife was Miss Elizabeth Bar-be- hearing the evidence against Catch- build the house alone. Mr. Dunn car- for a long time. And then, the canlong an honored citizen and lawyer of Louisville. The following ings, that if the bank had not been ried some insurance, it is said, but didates for county and district ofof Stanford, and who passed away children survive: Mrs. L. A. Fariss. closed up, but Catchings permitted not sufficient to bagin to cover the fices were so thick, you ran into them some twelve years since. Besides which ever way you turned. and John B. Rout, of Hustonville, to handle affairs when the crisis heavy losses sustained. throe sisters, Mrs. W. S. Elkin, of The three candidates for State Mrs. Xouis Hussing, of Somerset, J. came, he would have been able to Atlanta, Mrs. W. O. Bradley, of Senator in this district, composed of E. Rout, Mrs. Mary E. Hughett and "pull it out of the hole." The jury No telling when a fire will break Frankfort, and Miss Jennie 'Duncan, Lincoln, Boyle, Garrard and Casey Mrs. Sallie Johnson, of Louisville, which tried the case, at this special out. Keep your home and all build- county, were all here, running lfke Lancaster, and two brothers, John of Mrs. W. L. Cordier, of Stanford and session of federal court was compos- ings constantly protected in the in- the primary was to be held Funeral services were conducted S. H. Rout, of Portland, Oregon. Mr. ed of the following in addition to the M. Duncan, of Garrard, and Wm. next week. surance companies represented by The entry Louisville, Mrs. Warren by Rev. J. G. Livingston, at the home Rout was for most of his long life Duncan, of Lincoln of former Representative county twOj gentlemen Jesse D- Wearen. the insurance man a leaves five children to mourn her of Mr. Perkins Sunday afternoon fol- consistent member of the Presbyter- named: A. J. Armstrong, of CovJ. R. Mount of Garrard into the race 13-Ashby M. Warren, lowed by interment in the Lancaster ian church and he crossed loss. They are: ington, J. B. Cox, of Bell county: J. of Stanford. has set tongues and specover the now pf Louisville, Mrs. Charles Os- cemetery. ulation rife as to what figure it will mysterious river of death, full of H. Middleton, of Harlan county; W. Mrs. Richard borne, of Knoxville, Submarines cut in the race which before that was hope and confidence of the ultimate F. Bird, of Whitley county; William Asbury, of Chattanooga, Misses Jenbetween Clay Kauffman, also of Garreward for those who have fought the Hoskins, of Bell county; Alex Neal, Before U. S. Will Negotiate With rard, and Jay Harlan, of Boyle. Mr. nie, Charlotte and Margaret Warren good fight and kept the .faith. By of Bell county; Ewell Neal, of Germany No War Yet. of this place, all of whom were at county; M. J. Brodenhamer, Mount has announced his position on Monte Fox, of Danville, was here his own request, funeral services were I bedside of their mother when the Saturday afternoon to look at McKce conducted at the Buffalo Springs of Laurel county and Green B. Brythe a number of public questions in unA proposal by Germany, made mistakable terms and says that he end came. Riffe's fat cattle on his farm on the Cemetery here, Tuesday aftemon by ant, of Laurel county. through the Swiss Minister at Wash- met with a remarkable amount of was born and reared Liberty pike. Mrs. Warren his personal friend, Mr. J. C. in Garrard county and was the daughWEDDING OF INTEREST HERE. ington, to negotiate, formally or in- encouragement here Monday. He is of this city. Old "Uncle" Charley Bailey, of A wedding of interest in this sec- formally, with the United States con- the only one of the three candidates ter of the late Dr. Benjamin Duncan, color, who became chilled during the prominent physician in the early recent cold spell, died a few days tion was solemnized a at Richmond cerning the new submarine campaign who has declared his views on the SOUTH END MOTHER GONE. Tuesday, as the groom spends much has been declined by the United statewide prohibition question. The days. She grew to womanhood in ago. The remains were taken to Mrs. Sophronia Goff. one of the States Government unless Germany and there was mar- Danville Sunday for interment. Lancaster best known and most beloved old part of every summer at Crab Or- renews its assurances made in con- two other candidates, in their anchard Springs. The Richmond Regried to Judge Warren. Soon after nouncements, said they are for subMiss Mack Logan is wtih her sis- ladies in the South End, died at her ister said: The marriage of Mr. nection with the sinking of the mitting the question to vote of the they removed to Stanford, and no ter, Mrs. J. G. Weatherford at Stan- home near Eubank last week, after So long Moberly, woman was more beloved. of Richmond, to steamer Sussex, in which several people, 'whereas Mr. Mount says he a illness. She was 76 Nevjlle ford for a few days' visit. Wan-eMi&i Maxine Forrester, of Penning- Americans lost their lives, and acts is for its adoption after it is subas her health permitted Mrs. years of age, and had been a lifeSquire Gann sold 200 ban-elupon that assurance. of was a constant attendant at the Presmitted, which is a question that is long member of the Christian church. ton ,Gap, Va., took place in this city General Carranza, of Mexico, has going to be asked of a great many byterian church, of which she was a corn to various parties of this sec- Her husband, Perry Goff Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Afdied about ter a romance dating back some entered the lists as an international candidates by those who want dry , devoted member, and for many years tion at $13 per barrel deliverd. Born, to the wife of Clarence five years ago. Two children survive months, the couple secured a mar peace maker by addressing a note to men at the .helm to of the Master's cause was a teacher enforce dry laws Thomas Goff, of Danville, and Miss d girl baby. the United States and other neutral and statewide after it is adopted.' nt Sunday school. A consecrated Dunn, an Lizzie Goff, who lived with her moth- riage license from County Clerk Tcr-- nations, urging a School opened Monday at the W. joint agreement to christian, she was ready and willing Both Messrs. Mount and Kauff er at the old home place; also three rill and without any ostentation stop shipment of,,j3.uppli's.jVid muni, man had friends here from Garrard to meet her Savior and the last mo R. Williams' property on West Main three brothers, E. B. John Vaught, of Puments of her life were spent in pray- street, with a good attendance. Miss laski ifouhty; James' Vaught, of Macon Barm, pasfor of the First Christian tion's to belligerent nations, if a with them boosting for them and might be taken from the Sadie B&ughmau openedcher'grade City, Mo., Church, for the ceremony. The united plea for peace should fail. Mr. Harlan was accompanied here by er that she and Green Vaught, of in the Masonic building on the lowFood conditions in Germany have a number of well known Boyle dem bride is the granddaughter of Judge world of, suffering. Mercer county, and a sister, Mrs. Jno. Forrester, of Harlan. The couple changed greatly for the worse in the ocrats including John S. Baughman, The devotion of her children was er floor. C. C. Ross bought of C. M. Back, Dollins, of Fort Worth, Texas. Fun- will make their home in immeasurable and their grief at her Richmond. past five months. Many staples of of Danville, George D. Hopper, Sam eral services were conducted at the food have disappeared from the mar- McDowell, John C. Robinson taking away is pitiful, but the trust 10 acres of land, adjoining his prop- old Union church Friday. and .. ket altogether and others have grown others who are greatly interested in which was hers, was im- erty on the Danville pike, at $175 per GOES TO WEST POINT. and faith acre. He will put same in tobacco Col. Ed O. Stone, the well known so dear that they are beyond the his candidacy and doing all they can parted to her offspring, and they APOPLEXY PROVES FATAL traveling man, of Danville, who has reach ony any but the for him. lean upon the everlasting strength, this year. Mrs. Louisa J. Turner, aged about a host of friends Claude Dinwiddie is at home with Foreign Secretary Zimmerman anRumors were rife Monday concernfirm in the belief that with the dawnhere, received word tour 50 years, died at her home on the while in Stanford Saturday that his nounced that the 72 Americans taken ing the possibility of new candidates ing of another era, they will meet his parents, from a of the world, especially the State of Prenchersville pike, east of Stanford son, Marshall O. Stone has been ap- to Germany by the Yarrowdale arc entering the field for again to part no more. certain of the suddenly, of a stroke of apoplexy on pointed to a cadctship A life that was long and useful, California. at the United being held there pending a reply offices, but as the I. J. has adopted a James Beck, of McKinney, was Monday. Funeral services were con- States military academy, West Point from the United States defining the policy in the present filled with christian virtues, and worcampaign of of emulation, has come to a here a few days ago on business and ducted at the home Tuesday after- by Congressman Harvey Helm. status of German vessels interned in "suggesting" or "mentioning" no one thy peaceful close. Let not her loved told us he would start soon for Man- noon by Rev. M. D. Early, of fhe Young Stontj is just 18 years of age, this country. for a county office this year until he Baptist church, followed by inter- and is now a student The American Commission for Re- has made formal ones weep, for the reward of those hattan, Montana. at Millersburg announcement, the Eggs are bringing 38 cents per ment in the Buffalo Springs ceme- Military Academy. who live in God's grace, is rich and He is u very lief in Belgium has informed the "boys" are waiting to see who is tery. Mrs. Turner had been in good bright and promising dozen on our market. everlasting, and truly this is hers. youth, and German authorities that owing to who and what is what and why. William Tillett, who lives on the health so far as known up to the those who know him are certain will be conducted Funeral that Germany's notification that American at the home on Danville avenue Wed- Middleburg pike, on the Gooch place, hour of her sudden demise, which he will pass the entrance examina- citizens could no longer occupy poW. C. Combs, circuit court clerk nesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, was forced out of his house by the came as a great shock to her friends. tions ii April with flying colors and sitions in connection with the com- of Perry county, who was ser.t to jail make a name for himself, that his mission, it will withdraw its repre- by County Judge E. C. Duff, Jr., was conducted by her pastor, Rev. P. L. snow drifting in on them so furiousNews of the Churches and his family's friends will be proud sentatives from the relief work in released when he agreed to furnish Bruce. Interment will follow in the ly that he and his family were comBelgium and Northern France for copies of liquor Presbyteriup church: of. Buffalo Springs cemetery. Pallbear- pelled to go to neighbors for proindictments. the 10,000,000 destitute persons in ers will be Messrs. P. M. McRoberts, tection, during the snow hurricane service Wednesday evening at seven ' about ten days ago. those countries. o'clock. Topic Walking With PAID INSURANCE IN FULL J. B. Paxton, W. O. Walker, J. Child's Julian Riffe was at home Sunday Christ. Teacher's Class at 8. Four British steamers and one Local Insurance Agent R. M. Saunders, W. M. Bright and W. d visiting relatives. He was accompaGreek steamer are reported to have One of the most important reliMcKinney. made the trustees and friends Shows If Liver nied by two of his schoolmates, John gious gatherings of the year will be of the Hustonville Graded and High been sunk. The aggregate tonnage Milford and Harold Wind. the fifth. general Laymen's Mission- School mighty happy Monday when he of the vessels was 8,861. Bowels Active WEILS BUY MORE LAND. Milton McCormack died Inst week, ary Convention of the Southern gave them a check for $2,500 to covWeil, big cattle Jonas and Simon SHOOTS HER LOVER. dealers, of Lexington, who buy a lot after a long seige of tuberculosis, a Presbyterian Church, which is to be er in full the policy carried on the If Cross, Feverish, Sick, Bilious, Give News comes from Brodhead that a of livestock in and aiound Stanford, mention of his death being made in held in two parts, one part meeting old college building there, which was Fruit- Laxative At at Lexington, Feb. the other practically wrecked by the heavy daughter of Jncs Cash, accidentally have just increased their extensive the last issue of the I. J. Will Riffe motored to Danville yes- meeting at New Orleans, March Once. windstorm a couple of weeks ago. shot her lover, Arthur Harris last land holdings in the Bluegrass thru An effort is being made to have By this settlement, the school is paid week, and it is said he cannot live. the purchase of a faini of 395 acres terday on business concerning an auto trade. an attendance of over 5,000 Presby- dollar for dollar for the insurance A shotgun was used and the entire belonging to the William Land Every mother realizes, after giving It. L. Porter, of Stanford, ac- terian men at the two conventions, carried, and it is understood the trus- load of shot took effect in his face, her children "California on the The farm is situated Syrup of Nicholasville and Camp Nelson pike, companied Jack Beazley here to at- and more than 200 official delegates tees are very much pleased with the neck and chest. Figs" that this is their ideal laxa The tend the rites of burial of Milton are expected from the churches of prompt and satisfactory settlement five miles from Nicholasville. tive, because they love its pleasant McCormack last week. Louisville. given. The general subject of made by Mr. Newlaiul and his comHow's This? price was not taste and it thoroughly cleanses the Mr. and Mrs. Riker spent Thurs the two conventions, whiih are to be pany. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward tender little stomach, liver and bow13-- 1 for any case of Catarrh that cannot be els day night with her parents, at practically the samc.jwith the same FOR A BILIOUS ATTACK without griping. cured by Halt's Catarrh Mcelcine. speakers and the same subjects of Hall's Catarrh Medicine tins been taken REV. J .O. A. VAUGHT DEAD When cross, irritable, feverish or When you have a severe headache, Needmorc. by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-fivaccompanied by a coated tongue, Ethell McWhortor. of Mt. Salem, discussion so far as is possible, is years, and lias become known as the breath is bad, stonjach sour, look at Rev. J. O. A. Vaught, formerly one loathing of food, constipation, torpid was here last Saturday on business. home missions. This will be dismost reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's the tongue, Mother! If coated, give vomiting of partly digested of the best known Methodist minis- Catarrh Medicine arts thru the Blood on liver, Mrs. Sophie Carpenter was here to cussed under the general a teaspoonful of this harmless "fruit head, n food and then bile, you'muy know the Mucous surfaces, expelling the bilious attack. attend the funeral of Milton McCor- "America Muht Not Fail." The pur ters in Kentucky, died at Los Angefrom the Blood and healing the dislaxative," and in a few hours all the that you have a severe sick there is les, Cal, as the result of a paralytic eased portions. mack last week. While you may be quite pose of the conventions is to bring After ou have taken Hall's Catarrh foul, constipated waste, sour bile and stroke late last week. He would much consolation in knowing that reA large number of friends and to the Medicine for a short time you will see a of lief may be had by taking three are relatives nttended the funeral of the ports members of the churches re- would have been 08 years old the great Improvement In your general undigested food passes out of the of the home work in all its bowels, und you have a well, playful Chamberlain's Tablets. They evMeditaking late Milton McCormack last week. phases, to lay before them the needs next day. He recently resigned the health. Start nnd get Unit's Catarrh Send child again. When its little system at once prompt and effectual. Obtainable pastorate of the Carlisle, Ky Meth- cine testimonials, free.rid of catarrh. for Among theme were: .Senator R. L. and through conferences and erywhere. is full of'cold, throat sore, has stom open odist church on account of ill health. F. J. CHfCNKT A CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Hubble, Mr. and Mrs. Logan Hubble, discussions to get the full bituntion UHe was formerly presiding elder of Sold by all Druggists. 75c. diarrhoea, indigestion, col Richmond has five candidates for Mr. and Mrs. James II. Woods and squnrely before the church. rthe Covington and" Frankfort dis ic remember, a good "inside cleansEvans, W. Mayor. They arc: L. P. tricts. Besides his wife he is sur Mr. John B. Foster, of Stanford. Tho Court of Appeals in an opin should always be the first treat L. Leeds, Warren Kennedy, Samuel vived by five daughters and one- son. ion Tuesday requiring the Powell ing" Sheriff J. G. Weatherford, Deputy, SEVERE COLD QUICKLY CURED Mrs, Wm. Collins, of Danville, Mrs. circuit, court to enjoin the Stanton ment given. Rice and Gov. Ed Brown. Sheriffs Francis Weather and W. S. Dorsey, Ray, Misses Millions of mothers, keep "Califor"On December first I had a very Miller and Elizabeth Sara and Mattie graded district trustees from a using Drye, Bonie McKechnie, of Stanford, unit- nia Syrup of Figs" handy; they know Vaught, of Los any part of Stanton College, BEST RECOMMENDATION THE institution, for a teaspoonful today saves a sick child Mr. und Mrs. Juson Taylor, and severe cold or attack of he grip us Angeles, and Steve K. Vaught, of ed Presbyterian The strongest recommendation any Mrs. . R. school purposes, absolutely, divorced McCormack, of Danville, it may be, and was nearly down sick Winchester. is a favorable article may receive r common from denominational schools tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a in bed." writes O. J. Metcalf, word from the user. It is the recom- were also in attendance at the Mcbottle of "California, Syrup t ' SOMETHING GOOD The trustees employed two teachers Mo. "I bouirht two bottles of mendations of those who have it that Cormack funeral. used two rooms of the college of Figs," which has directions .for ' Those who hate nasty medicine and makes Chamberlain' Cough Remedy Miss Nell Perkins arrived here Chamberulin's Cough Remedy and it building, which it kept in repair and babies, children of al) - ages L. go popular. Mrs. Amanda Gierhart, ,.. -.. should try Chamberalin's Tablets for the pupils had the benefit of the colWHS only a few rlava until i grown-up- s printed on the. bqtt)e,tj:'4- Waynesfteld, Ohio, writes, "Chamber- Saturday from a visit of several pletely restored to health. I firmly constipation. They are pleasant to lege faculty, but the court said that lain's Cough Remedy has been used months to relatives at Somerset. that Chamberlain's Cough Rem- - take and their effect is so. agreeable even though the college received none ware of counterfeits sold here, so in my family off and on for twenty ' runa me uonswuuon don t be looted. Oct the genuine, it has never failed to cur year and !' and bo natural that you --rill not of the School j "Uncle John" Anderson is very and will know wW requires common schools to be free d b ..cliforniu Fig s ru Com. cold." nbtainwU "every' a cough or have another cold." Obtainable ev- - realize that it has been produced by from the influence of denominational ' at Preachersville. pany. crywhere. 131 where. everywhere, institutions a .medicine. Obtainable ar 1- -2 two-stor- y - e, - lt Hustonville Cut Out Mc-Crea- ry Mc-Clar- y, five-year- s' s eight-poun- , well-to-d- o. two-year- s' sen-ice- s Mid-wee- k ' New-lan- A Tongue Or Are - 20-2- 2, 13-1- 5. es-tat- e. e, Pol-so- ach-ach- e, - C-- Wea-therb- y, GO-ce- nt '- ..- be-lie- Z. - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: The Interior Journal S. M. SAlTM;T,...EnlTOR AND rxOFRttTOIt Tuesday, February, 13, 1917 ONLY Snttrtd at tht poittfiot at Stanford, tffond riant mall natter. Ky., at Walk-Ov- er Subscription Rates & Nettleton IMETTLErOMI A few more DAYS to enrll in our Rath Itiurt n wrflc, per 7nr..................$l,60 Twice n week, for 8 montlis............ 1,00 Twice n week, far 0 months.................... ,76 Twice a week, (or 3 monlli.............. ,40 Once ii week, cither lume, per jrcar........ 1,00 Subscriptions are to all: pa per Mopa when time (or which It it paid, Is up Shoes (or Men We show K I Political Announcements. The Interior Journal la autliorlied to announce the following candidates (or office tub-Vto the Democratic primary the firat Saturday In August, 1017, (Announcement (e (or each county office is $10; for district $15; for city or magisterial office $5. No iinnouncement wilt be made until fee ii paid in advance.) 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. HARLAN II. CLAY KAUFFMAN J. It. MOUNT. For Sheriff J. II. LIVINGSTON. M. S. BAUGHMAN. For County Judge M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE W. S. DUYE. is,0 JVEK The Carlton For County Attorney make the deposit for you. For Representative H. G. SKILES. For Jailer For Assessor J. S. OWSLEY. W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMER You will be glad next "English" with the "look" without the pinch. 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A MERRY CHRISTMAS ENROLL AT ONCE Lincoln County National Bank "Corner Next to Court House" STANFORD, - support and endorsement given President Wilson's actions by Charles E. Hughes, recently defeated republican presidential candidate. Speaking at a dinner in New York, Mr. Hughes declared every loyal American would stand behind the administration "in this solemn hour" without a partisan thought. His declaration brought the diners to their feet singing "The Star Spangled Banner." "Wc arc all Americans tonight, standing behind our President, on whom this great responsibility rests" said Mr. Hughes. "It is not a time to embarrass in any degree with private utterances those charged with this responsibility. They have the facts; they have the duty to perform. They have the sincere, loyal of every true American. The exigency of no nation can fix the limits of American rights." McRoberts & Bailey Stanford, Ky. MANSION BURNS IN BOYLE. :::::; German the 23rd Psalm. week the average time spent on each Tilden Cooper, one of the most subject and will show how much time prominent members of the Junior-clasThe handsome country home of is required for the average pupil to has had the pleasure, this past Mr. and Mrs. "W. F. Delong, a mile get up his work. and a half west of Danville on the week of committing to memory in Dr. Early visited the school yesterPerryville pike was completely de- - - KENTUCKY stroyed by fire Sunday night. Reports from there are that practically everything in the house was consumed. This place is known as the old Owsley Evans place and adjoins Col. R. G. Evans, on the west. The house is said to have been worth about $10,000. About $3,000 insurance was carried, it is understood. day and gave a very interesting talk during the chapel period. The last part of his talk was taken up with the discussion of Abraham Lincoln and was very much enjoyed by all. Whether Til considers it a pleasure or not, he can have the satisfaction of knowing: that he knows it in German even if he doesn't know it in English. BAUGHMAN'S "HEN FEED" Wc are making a mixed feed for chickens from clean wholesome grain and feed, proportioned to make an ideal food for the fowls. the Mixture: Cracked corn, wheat, buckwheat, sugar cane seed, oats and barley. All feed no waste in it. Try some now you will like it. $2.50 per 100 lbs. Here is J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, . KENTUCKY Up-to-Da- te GLASSES fessrnS$'4' - Protect your homes and contents against fire at all times by keeping Mr. S. Emmjumera, formerly j of them insured in the splendid comJapan, but at present at Transylvania panies represented by Jesse D. Wear-ethe insurance man of Stanford. It University, delivered a very welcome nddresi at the Christian church Sunday evening, on his Native Land. High School Notes Paul Elliott left last week for Akron, Ohio, where he has accepted i: Last week was an unusual cold position in the Goodrich tire factory. one, but this week gives promise of! Mr. Robert Kinnaird is attending being somewhat better and it is the Auto Show at Louisvilel this hoped that the attendance will im' week. prove. Mr. Henry Simpson leaves SaturThe Freshmen have received their day for Lexington, where he has ac- class pins, (probably from Scars, cepted a position in the shoe departRoebuck & Co.) ment of J. I). Purcell's one of the William Welburn, who is a memlending department stores in the ber of the Freshman class is now Blue Grass capital. developing his talents for music. A good many of Garrard's leading Red and white are the colors of citizens attended court at Stanford the present Junior class and a cerMonday. tain member is certainly showing We are indeed glad to state to our class spirit for she has been wearing readers that Dr. J. B. Kinnaird is a very pretty solid red middy blouse. much improved in health. Samuel J. Hill, of the Junior class Miss Bet West is visiting in Stanwas confined to his home last week ford. for several days on account of a Dr. W. F. Wheeler made his "reg- cold, which he caught the first part ular" trip to Stanford Sunday on of the week. business, of course! Mention of a new member of the high school has been overlooked. Homer Reynolds, formerly of Illinois, is now attending school here. The members of the Eubank Fed An account of the time spent by eral Loan Association met here last week and perfected an organization, each pupil on every subject for this by electing the following oflkers: week is being kept. Each day President, Green McMullin; Vice nil the pupils will fill out a schedule President, W. II. Grifiin; Secretary-treasure- which will give at the end of the F. S. Hays; directors, W. n, Lancaster IF you eat Meat buy it at The Sanitary Meat Market. IF you can't eat meat-- See a Doctor! ' JTX Sanitary Meat Market G. T. Wood, Proprietor Eubank r, more come. Misses Lelia Padgett and Blanche Subscriptions amounting to $30,000 were secured with prospects of it reaching $50,000. Mrs. J. C. Cooper, of Pine Knot, visited friends here last week. Glen Dinguc and Miss Wesley are attending school and we hope to see Bryant visited at Waynesburg last fin, B. Hubble, W. II. Boston, W. II. GrifJ. M. Acton and Claud Foster. PUBLIC Having decided III., I will, SALE to go to Chicago, Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs at public auction, on the AT- - week. S. I. Shclton and wife, of Danville, visited relatives hero Inst week. Ira Tilford and D. E. McCarty, of Danville, were callers here last week. They will soon leave for Detroit. At a spelling match at the school last week, Dewey McMullin defeated all of the scholars. Prof. Sanders visited homefolks Saturday and Sunday. Huston Osborne visited Jim Acton Inst week and attended the spelling The Lincoln Pharmacy Dr. W. N. Craig, Optician J. W. ACEY, Proprietor Stanford, Kentucky .Trade .with the merchants who advertise; they want your trade Mrs. Ed McClure attended the millinery openings in Cincinnati. A spelling mutch will be held at the schoolhoubo every Wednesday night. Everyono is invited to attend and spell with us. Miss Oma Reynolds had a singing at her homo one night last week. All who wore there report a delightful time. i Charlie Doolin and Miss DorCaS nnmn nil. TVrmaMniln Ifnnwn in ssQison were unueu in the holy bonds day of sale.' M. H. Johnson, auctioneer. of matrimony last week. Their many ' friends wish them much happiness. ALEX ARNOLD, I match. county road, a mile and a half northwest of Ottenheim, near the Stanford and Somerset pike1 sell on Saturday, February 24, 1917, commencing promptly at 10:30 o'clock A. M., sharp, sell the following property, towit: Team of excellent work mules, C years old; 30 barrels of corn; 5 tons of first class clover hay; one stack of straw; 1,000 shingles and some lumber; one mowing machine; a disc harrow; a hay rake; 1 copper grape spftiy; 1 tank of coal oil, 40 gallons; 1 wheat drill; 2 sloighs; 2 e o turning plows; 1 wagon; nil sorts of plow gear and harness; 1 spring wagon; 1 buggy; e 1 buckboard; 1 wagon; 1 excellent hay framo; 4 cultivators; 1 excellent cider mill; 1 kitchen cabinet; 2 safes; 1 iron harrow; 4 bedsteads; 1 set of carpenters' tools; 1 bureau, 1 cook stove; 1 heating stove 1 cream separator: 1 wardrobe: ubso household and kitchen furniture will be sold and many other things too numerous to mention. This sale will take nlaco. rain or shine. Come ono: two-hor- se one-horstwo-horsone-hors- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky MARDI GRAS ONLY A DAY AND NIGHT TO NEW ORLEANS Louisville & Nashville Railroad Tickets on sale daily, Feb 12 to 19, inclusive New Orleans $21.80; Mobile $19.25; Pensa-col- a $19.55 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. CU for lilt of hotels, roomiag and bearding house w f The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, February, 13, 1917 PLEASE REMEMBER! Railroade " Eat Big Meals! No Sour, Acid Stomach Indigestion Or Gas 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 The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. J. S. HOCKER, President Vice-Preside- H. C. BAUGHMAN, C. HAYS FOSTER, S. T. HARRIS, W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. Bookkeeper Cashier Aitt. Ca.hier Personal and Social Coming Events Feb. 15. Mcsdames C. Hays Foster and J. L. McKec Riffc entertain in honor of Miss Theresa McGavock, of Nashville, Tenn. Feb. 2 1st- - On account of the funeral services of Mrs. Warren, the Woman's Club will postpone its meeting until Wednesday, Feb. 21. Mr. Brvan "Casey" Jones has been confined to his room with a bad cold. C. R. Coleman the mining magnate of Cary, Bell county, spent Monday here with his family. Little Miss Margaret Rives, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fox Dudderar has been quite ill for several days with pneumonia, but is much better. ' -- Miss Bettie West, of Lancaster is the guest of Mrs. Cleveland Rose. Mrs. J. S. Baughman has been confined to her home by illness for the past week. Col. and Mrs. James T. Menefce, of Cleveland, O., spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. .N. Menefce, here. Mrs. J. B. Smith, of McKinney, is recovering nicely from a slight op crntion at the home of Dr. E. J Brown, here. Joe T. Embry, of the Auditor's office at Frankfort, and Ernest Pep- plcs, of the Reform School staff at Greendale, spent Monday here with the home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Vanderveer have returned to their home at Lit tie Rock, Ark., after attending the funeral of their sister, Mrs. W. W Saunders here last Wednesday. "Pape's Diapcptin" Is Quickest, And Surest Stomach Relief Known Try It I feTlP-(t m I art Time itl Pope's Diapepsin will sweeten u sour, gassy or stomach within five minutes. If your meals don't fit comfort ably, or what you eat lies like n lump of lead in your stomach, or if you have heartburn, that is usually a sign of acidity of the stomach. Get from your pharmacist n fifty-cecase of Pape's Diapepsin and take a dose just as soon as you can. There will be no sour risings, no belching of undigested food mixed with acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach, nausea, debilitating headHere is one of our Work Shoe Spe- aches or dizziness. This will nil go, cials. Can be had at our tale for and besides, there will be no sour ihe next ten days sale price, $1.85. food left over in the stomach to poiBlack or tan, bellows tongue, and son your breath with nauseous odors. full double sole. Other Work Shoes Pape's Diapepsin helps to neutralof better class ize the excessive acid in the stomach which is causing the food fermentato tion and preventing proper digestion. Relief in five minutes is waiting for you at any drug store. These large cases contain enough Pape's Diapepsin to usually Stanford s Biggest Store keep the entire family free from stomach acidity and its symptoms of indigestion, dyspepsia, sourness, gasYour Corns Lift es, heartburn and headache, for man Fingers months. It belongs in your home. It Off A child's tongue shows if liver or Tellt How to Loosen a Tender Corn Miss Letitia Warren, of WinchesOr Callus So It Lifts Out ter, is here to attend the burial of Without Pain Mrs. Charlotte Warren, Wednesday. nt n Day le Specials We will for ten days longer, only, give you Sale Prices on All Goods. Men's Suits and extra good ones, too, at $9.93 $11.48, $14.65 and on up to $17.65. Men's New Fall Hats $1.48, $1.98 and $2.43 Men's and Women's Shoes from 98c to $3.93 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 $2.10 $4.55 Phillips & Phillips With 50-ce- ROBIN SON'S Opposite The Penny Drug Store Next Door toincoln Co 11(3 National Bank nsastmjBa HERE'S A HAPPY "TANLAC FAMILY Sisters Join Their Mother In Declaring Tanlac Meant New Start In Life For Them. You reckless men and women who are pestered with corns and who have at least once a week invited an awful death from lockjaw or blood poison, are now told by a Cincinnati authority to use a drug called freczone, which the moment a few drops arc applied to any corn or callus the soreness is relieved and soon the entire corn or callus, root and all, lifts off with the fingers. Freezone dries the moment it is applied, and simply shrivels the corn or callus without inflaming or even irritating the surrounding tissue or skin. A small bottle of freczone will cost very little at any of the drug stores, but will positively rid one's feet of every hard or soft corn or hardened callus. If your druggist hasn't any freczone he can gut it at any wholesale drug house for you. It Eat Big mealtl No sour, acid stomach Miss Emma Hays has been laid up for a few days with the grip. Mrs. James H. Woods is able to be out again after a severe tussle with the grip. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Tudor have returned from their wedding trip and are at home here. Mrs. Tom Eads has been confined to her home for several days on account of illness. Miss Emily Murphy, of Shelby City was the week end guest of her aunt, Mrs. George F. DeBorde. Miss Mary Miller, of Richmond, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. S Embry. Miss Blanche Vantlcveer has re turned to Morgantown, N. C, where she is teaching in the School for the Deaf. Miss Lissa Holtzclaw, who is teaching music at the Richmond High School, spent Saturday and Sunday, with her grandfather, W. H. Under wood near Hubble. Postmaster and Mrs. Logan Wood, Mr. and Mrs. John G. Lynn and Mr and Mrs. James Bean, of Danville, were guests of Mrs. J. C. Lynn and Holdam's Mill Mr. George Smith, of Woodstock, is not any better his many friends are sorry to know. Miss Sadie Ward, one of the lady preachers, has been very sick at Mr. George White's. Mr. Marion Smith made a visit to Heard About Town Many friends here regret to learn that the wife of Rev. A. J. Pike, of M ning, having for his subject, "The Young Man in Politics." w Pulaski county Saturday night. Murrell is pulling Mr. Granville stumps for Wm. Thompson. Born, to the wife' of Jim Bcngc, a fine baby girl. Mrs. Lizzie Simpson have taken Aunt . Lucinda Barnes to keep. H. A. Smith is on the sick list and not aljle to be out. Mrs. Betsy Abbott remains about the same. Henry and Brown Irwin have gone to Harlan county. Uncle Billy Irwin and wife are very feeble. They are about 90 years Mi-s- w old. I BjW A;?..' ' - m k mm MRS. JOHN LOWE. Wtr MRS. S. C. I Mr Rev. J. G. Livingston failed to be present here on the fourth Sunday on account of the bad weather. e Miss Lizzie McGregor and Miss Ward, and Mrs. Ethel White and baby had a very narrow escape recently. They were going to Maretlnirg one of those cold days and on going up a hill the horse they were driving fell and let the buggy run back off of a bridge about six feet high, throwing all of the occupants into the water. No one was hurt. Henry Smith has been visiting his Sa-i- last Sunday. Aunt 'Jane Adams about as usual. Everybody here was sorry to hear of the death of the infant baby of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Green. The baby was buried at Old Friendship is getting along Misses Lottie Carson and Kather-in- e Brodhead, is very low of pneumonia. Davis Raney left this morninj: for Louisville, where they will spend sevR. L. Ewell, of Laurel county, 84 eral weeks in David Baird's Millinery years of.age, is a candidate for the Wholesale House. They will return republican nomination for represen- to this city where both have posidis- tions. tative in the trict. Mr. Ewell was the republican 9 candidate for congress in this district Eugene, the bright young son of several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gooch, on the w pike, made the highest week, Mrs. R. Somerset At Hurrodsburg last grade in the county examination L. Black, wife of the County Attorney and Miss Cora Black, wero se- held here Friday and Saturday, last. verely burned when the hot water fFltJcj ?c in Ii m r Vnrry '.a tins nvnri tank on the kitchen stove exploded inntion was very rigid, and about and blew the stove to pieces, knock- I 10 pupils competed. ing out two windows and breaking a m lot of furniture. Laurel-Rockcastle I w King Swope, one of the best known young republicans in the state, has left Danville and located in Lexington, where he will be associated with the big law firm of Allen & Duncan, .Mr. in the Fayette bank building. Swope spoke at the Republican Club banquet in Louisville Monday eve to play Tf. Fred Baumann, Jr., little son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baumann, has a broken nose as a result of "catching behind the bat" at the college school without wearAll young catcher ing a mask. should profit by this and rcmcmiior that it's a very dangerous nim-year-opas-ti.n- ld that way. uncle George Smith MISS FRANCES BURNETT. BURNETT. you about Mrs. Lowe. She simply thought she was going to die. She felt so bad I believe she almost would havq been glad to have it all ended It was just pitiful to watch her. Her weight dropped from 140 to 110 pounds. She couldn't eat without being sick. We had just about given her up. Then we heard of Tanlac and she tried it. All of a sudden she seemed to take new interest in lifp. Within a week she began eating solid food, just like she did before she had trouble with her stomach. The food nourished her, too, and she began taking on weight. She slept sound and it seemed like no time before she was feeling well again.. Helps Youngest Girl. "One day Frances was up to see her sister. She's the youngest, you know. She was feeling bad and Mrs. Lowe gave her some Tanlac. It made her feel better and she came home and said, 'Mama, I believe that new tonic that helped sister will do me some good. Please get mo a bottle.' So I did and do you know that in a week she began to feel bettor. Now sho eats all sho wants, slcens well nml doesn't have those dizzy spells or spots Detoro ner eyes when she is cently. Bryant Brown was tho guest of his daughter, Mrs. Ida Thompson Tuesday. Mr. Brown has sold his farm to George White. . at Woodstock re- Mr" The Ten-Da- y "Someone suggested the other day that we tack a sign on our house saying, 'This Is a Tanlac Family.' That's because my two daughters and I talk so much about Tanlac. We all wear the Tanlac Smile, too," Mrs. S. C. Burnett, 1408 Walnut street, said. "But why shouldn't we talk about it when we feel that tt has done us a world of good. Everyone of us has been helped by Tanlac and I'll tell you wo can't say too much for it. "First my older daughter, Mrs. John Lowe, tried it. She had lost 30 pounds and was so run down and nervous that even the rumbling of a wagon or the slamming of a door would upset her for. hours. We feared we would have to send her to a hospital. "I honestly believe that Tanlac saved her from complete breakdown. Nothing else seemed to help her. But Tanlac put her on her feet again right quick. Today she is one of the happiest women in Cincinnati. 'Then Frances became run down She had dizzy sort of half-sicspells. We wero going to take her out of school because she kept complaining of spots and webs before her yes. rler complexion got pasty and she didn't look a bit well. Tanlac however, proved to be just the thing she needed and now she is back in good health again. Mother Was Half-Sic"As for myself, I felt almost the same As Mrs. Lowe. My stomach troubled me. My appctito was poor and I suffered after eating with bloating and belching of gas. But with the help of Tanlac I got rid of these troubles and now I feel simply splendid. "But I started out at first to tell k. Somerset family here Sunday. Miss Mary Burdett left Saturday for a visit to her uncles, W. D. Nave at Shakertown and H. A. Burdett and W. S. Nave and families at Bur-gin- . Clerk of the Court of Appeals and Mrs. Rodman W. Kccnon, of Frankfort spent Sunday and Monday here with her sister, Mrs. T. W. Penning- ton and family. I ITOt back IIIV flnnctitn nml nnui T sleep as well ns I did before my stomach started to bother me. "I tell you Tanlac has done a lot for our family and we can't say too much good about it." Ellis-bur- studying. "I was such a firm believer in Tun-la- c by the time it had built up the health of my two girls that I got some for myself. It certainly toned up my system. I used to have nervous spells but they are all gone now. Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stanford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. Coleman, Proprietor. Tanlac can now be obtained in following nearny cities: MoreTand, Abraham Minks; Hustonvllle, Adams Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Joe Mc Williams; Middleburg, W. C. Bryunt; Crab Orchard, Lyno Bros.; Brodhead, John Robins; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. A. Ilorton. g, Col. E. P. Woods, and Sam Helm, others. of this county, were summoned to William S. Carlile, who was nomiLondon to serve on the jury at the special term of federal court last nated for postmaster at Chicago, is week, but were excused by Judge a native of Kentucky, having been born in 1870 in Lebanon. He went Cochran. to Chicago in 1809. Ho is n member Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Shanks Saturday from a vicit to of the Pendcnnis Club of Louisville points in Georgia and Florida where and was at one tim in the insurance thoy wero several weeks. Mr. Shanks business there. His wife was Miss says that Floridu is suffering from a Virginia Fountaine, of Memphis. severe cold spell, and a great deal of damuge has been done. A party composed of Misses Eli abeth Farra and Snllie Burdett, of this city, and Sadie Baughman, of Ilustonville, went to Lexington on (mmmp HtmhM,) Friday to see the incomparable French actress, Sarah Bernhardt. ENDS CATARRH, ASTHMA, Quite a number of others plnnnc' Bronchitis, Croup, Cough, and Colds, oi going but were deterred by tho se- Mey back. S$M and guaranteed bj vere weather. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Miss Mury P. Shelby has returned homo from an extended visit to her Plumbing, sister, Mrs. Chelby Saunders, of Bn and Repairing of nil kinds. For any ton Rougo, Louisiana and Mrs. Jumes work of this sort, see Bedford, of Texas. Mrs. Bedford was formerly Miss Mary Coolcy. A. D. Danville Advocate. Stanford, Ky. Phono 254 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Boone of this place had a nice Xmas dinner in honor of her sister, Mrs. Will Watts and hei husband and his sister, Mrs. Will Dunaway and husband. Her sister was Miss Ada Floyd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Floyd, who moved from this place a few years ago. Miss Ada has visited her sister, Mrs. Boone a number of times and is loved by all who know her. Wo congratulate the young man of Stanford, Will Watts on winning such a lovely companion for life. This couple was married at King's Mountain by Rev. G. W. Owens on Christmas day anil came on here. They were accompanied by Miss Ida Floyd and Bowen Adams of Stanford. Those who present wero: Mr. Cover and Miss Clara Weddle, John Siheers and Miss Nona Weddle, Wiley Kitrell and Vida Wed-diMiss Bonnie Bell Duke, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Clark, Elmer Weddle and e, Factory Oolt is in progress at J. L, BEAZLEY'S Daily demonstrations are given to acquaint the people of Stanford and vicinity with the beauty of tone and superiority of construction of these wonderful instruments that play all makes of records. Only a limited number will be sold at factory prices it is an opportunity to secure one of these, the world's best at reduced prices, and on terms to meet any reasonable requirements HY0ME Tinning The most attractive home is the one that contains music no home is complete without it. And to those who are interested in a piano or will find it to their advantage a player-pian- o to consult Mr. Frank Buck, the factory representative. this sale. Special prices will be made during Store open evenings. J. L. Beazley :::::: PARSONS Factory Representative in Charge The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, February, 1 3, 1917. Tf Cms Liosm With Mafic Off Farm and Stock News Walter Spoonamorc McGufTey, Stfs-i- r "f tell you. before . I h5.ird of 'Octrt-l- t' I, uned to try.ono tlilnRiifttr ..another for comsAfjstlll had them. 2 used bandages and tney made my tS Drrlt tto Wwl, Fririwi j. a four-year-o- ld sold to Will horse for $175. i Thomns Griffon has sold his farni "A - H I. " ..,, . of JOQ acres In the tion of Mercer, near W. S. Sallee nt $102 Owen Damcron, of section, sold to M. E. fourteen 0 3-- Ebcnezer secthe church, to an acre. the Mt. Salem Allen, of Hus-tonvlll- e, shoats nt 4 cents. Ira Grimes has sold his farm containing 75 acres near Mnrksbury, in Garrard county, to Ashby Arnold, so .of Garrard, at $105 pc acre. Whitehousc & Johnston, Danville stock dealers, have sold 175 head o'f cattle to Stewart & McCawIcy, of Louisville. Scholar and A Gentleman!" ' ' r: fv ;,..tij nMV ni I I V I I III lr- - VaT'Si1 I 1 nwv xnmFiKHr'M i ' James E. Rhea, of near Uno, Hart county, sold his farm n few days ago for $103.33 an acre. W. P. Owens sold his farm near there for $80 an acre. Robt. II. Gay, of Pisgah, has sold marc mules to a pair of Monte Fox, of Danville for $525. He hogs to Thos. sold fifteen common sense, .ilmple, sure P. Neet at $11 per hundred. OctR-It- " is sold everywhere. 25c on receipt of price In the Hiatt section of Rockcasa bottle, or sent & Co., Chicago. 111. by K. Lawrence tle, K. J. Smith recently purchased Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy the H. C. Jones farm for $2,150.08. by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The S. C. Owens bought a farm from the Penny Drug Store. heirs of the late Mary E. Hcrrin for ld 200-poun- Try "Oetn-lt- " and They'll l'eel night oil! too so big It was murder to put on 'tny shoo. I used salves and other things that nto off more of the toe than they lld the corn. I'd cut and dip? with knives and Bclssors, but now no mora foollnc for me. Two drops of "(Jets-I- t' did ull the work. It makes the corn shrivel andIt Bet so right loose that you ran just pick off with your finKors!" There has been nothing new discovered for corns slnre "Gcts-lt- " was horn. It's the new way the way. Cora Trtr Yon Mad? yy" 111 LUp d -- $1,200. Willinm Brannock, of Bourbon, has sold to Wes Florence, of Harri(Ads hue are 1 cent worn eMt Issue, cath son county, the old Larkin farm, lowith order; no ad leu than 25a each iisne.) cated near Kiserton, in Bourbon county, for $135 per acre. The place LOST. Small bunch of keys on contains about 113 acres of land. ring. Finder return to this office. 2t In the Burr section of Rockcastle CENT -A- -WORD ADS A Good Horse x A GoodDod A. Good Cigarett- ethat i . county, Chas. Lovell sold a cow to 200 barrels of corn, Dave Mullins for $55. The latest at the crib. Mrs. Walter Warren, hog buyers in that section gave the 13-- 1 Stanford. farmers 9 cents per 'pound. J. T. Wells bought a cow from Chas. Lovell, for $40. TO LOAN for their breaking and Hardin, Field & Sons, of Jessakeep, 25 nice mules. Lind-se- y mine county, bought n pair of comRankin, R. D. 2, Stanford. 13-- 1 mules from L. A. ing S. Railcy, of Versailles, for $450. FOR SALE A second hand Oliver L. Wooldridge sold to McCaulcy & tpyewriter in fair condition; can be bought at a Imrgain. Apply at this Cain 100 barrels of corn at $5, and office. 12tf 20 tons of baled timothy hay at $15 FOR-SALld a ton. ESTRAV Hog came to my place; A. M. Hiatt, .At Brodlu-uowner can get same !; paying for reasurer of the Brodhcad Real keep and this adv. J. A. Manning, Estate Company, sold a tract of land 13-Turnersville. to a Mr. York for $1,000. Monroe Sutton bought 34 acres of land from LOST Gold, wrist watch on Main Mrs. N. E. Lelaney for $400. Dave street; Olga make; picture in back. Adams, in the Ottawa section, purReward for return to Miss Katherine chased a small tract of land from Harris, Stanford. Granville Murrell for $300. F. M. Coppage, out on the Middle-bur- g FOR SALE Pair of coming pike, sold to Carl Hanson, of mixed sexes; good mules, near Hustohville, 20 ewes with 24 ones out of those big mares. J. W. lambs by tlieir sides, for $13.50 per 12-- 4 Williams, Stanford. He purchased these sheep head. last summer at a big figure, and at FOUND an auto tire; 30x3 inches; new; on the first of January. which time, many though was foolOwner can get same by proving same ish, but he made a nice profit on them and paying for ad and reward. Ad- just the same. 12-dress Box 33, Huston ville, Ky. Commissioner of Agriculture Mat S. Cohen Saturday compiled reports FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, of tobacco sales in Kentucky for the Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, month of January, which sales with Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, amounts, average and total price are Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble summarized as follows: The 1910 f Stanford. Burley crop thus far marketed by growers has amounted to $13,894,-547.1an average of $17.50 for the CORSET! Lot me fit you for crop of 79,125,949 pounds. Sales your Spring Corset. I have some very made for dealers amount ot 4,508,-94- 9 attractive models in both the Spi reiki and resales to $771,491, a total and Spencer makes. Miss Ella May of 19 Hi crop tobacco transactions Saunders, Stanford. for the month of $19,174,987, or an average of $17.40, the prices paid to SHORTHORN HULL I will stand farmers averaging higher than the registered dealers' prices or resale prices. At my fine registered Shorthorn Hull, Henry, to the same time over seven million a limited number of cows, at $1.50 pounds of old tobacco was marketed at the gate. J. S. Gilmer, Moreland, at an average price of $14.80. secretary-t2 12-t- f. 1- -2 Right breeding is a fine thing, friend, so is right heading, right thinking and right living. If you may say of a man that he is a scholar, and a gentleman, and a Southerner you have said it all, men, you have said it all! Why, it's the love of good things that makes men of us, a good home, a good book, a good horse or a good, dog. Yes and a good cigarette1 So, I say to you, if you like the things are real, you'll like me SOVEREIGN. I have blood and breeding and, oh! so carefully raised in one of the lightest, brightest, whitest homes of all the South. fine old mellow Virginia and Carolina tobacco, the grandest in all the world. Good stock, too of the South KNOW good blood! You Folks of the South KNOW good tobacco! You Folks We are sure to be friends because I am an aristocrat, too things of life. And here's another good reason, one of the better and finer 3 1 -- Buy me. am guaranteed hy If you don't like me return me to your dealer and get' your money back. I have said it. A Southern gentleman is known the world over for keeping his word, and I have given you mine. 97-t- 0, 13-- 2 Sovereign Cigarettes "JOnf of fmem, (U6 E. R. COLEMAN, Proprietor ld FOR THE GENTLEMAN OP THE SOUTH two-year-o- ld 9 Ky. 13-4- F The Only Keeley Institute in Kentucky For any information apply to J. B. WILLIS STOCK CINCINNATI Hogs Receipts 8,100 MARKET. head; active; packers and butchers $12.50(5) to choice $8.50 12.75; common 11.85; pigs and lights $8(5)11.85; stags $7.50 10.50. Cattle Receipts Crab Orchard, Kentucky V00 head; steady; steers $G10.25. heifers $G9.25; cows $5.508.25. Calves higher, $0 13.50. 300 head; steady, lambs slow, $10(5)14.50. Sheep-rec- eipts $09; The Penny Drug Store ar We sell this great cigarette in Stanford. Try a package and you will be Convinced that all the above advertisement says, is true STANFORD, KENTUCKY NEWLAND W. E. Taylor, of the Quail section, bought of Granville Owens of BrodAT YOUR DRUGGIST. You to get our FREE catalog of mare for $100. hcad, a Fruit, and Shade Trees, Grape Vines, H. U. Scott, who lives in the Roses, Rhubarb, Asparagus, CASH for ACCOUNTS Shrubs, section, has sold two bay mares, Potatoes, etc. EvWe get you cash on Accounts, Notes, Strawberries, Seed Lawn and Gar- one to Walter linker, of Lexington, erything for Orchard, Claims, by collecting quickly for $:00, and the other for $185. in United States. Collection den. No Agents. guaranteed or no charges. : : : : : H. F. H1LLENMEYER A'SONS MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY 1917 Lexington, Ky. 1841 Somerset, Ky. REMEDYFORMEN. WANTED! Sal-vi- sa any-whe- ru J. A. Manning, who is farming out 20-YeR. M. FARM LOANS at Turnersville, bought a nice brood in sums of $2,000 or more. No loan Headquarters far Beit sow from Will Napier, a colored fee charged. Phone or Write FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE D. A. Phone 168 and 4S. farmer of that vicinity for $25. From Stanford, Ky. Office of Lancaster, Ky. 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