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DECLINE TO Michael The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, February, 16, 1917 FANNING HERE TONIGHT J. Fanning, known as the "noted Irish orator," will speak at the Christian church this, Friday, evening at 7 o'clock. Mr. Fanning is one of the best known prohibition speakers in the country today, nnd is a man of exceptional powers on the platform. He comes to Stanford under the auspices of the W. C. T. U. and will undoubtedly be henrd by a large audience. The abolition of the liquor traffic is more and more becoming the biggest question in the politics of the nation today, and it is said that Mr. Fanning hnndlcs the question in a style which leaves no to Admission room for argument. the address is free and all arc cordially invited. DIVIDEND. ANOTHER 10 Another 10 per cent dividend on the stock of the defunct State Bank and Trust Company is declared today by the First National Bank, which is winding up this business. Today's dividend makes 50 ft or $25,000 in all, which has been paid out to the stockholders of the institution which closed its doors about two years ago. A large amount of assets, including the handsome building at the corner of Main and Depot streets, still remain to be turned into cash for distribution among the stockholders, who have been very well pleased with the method of distribution employed by the First National officials so far in winding up the affairs of the institution. FINCH BUYS MORE DUROCS Paul Finch, proprietor of Drake's Creek Stock Farm, attended the E. S. Mayes sale of blooded Dproc hogs at Springfield late last week and purchased 18 head of the finest to add to his pens of blue bloods in the East End.. The 18 head cost him a total of 850, which Mr. Finch considers a very reasonable price considering the splendid quality of the animals he secured. In the drove he purchased were four sows and 14 little gilts. Mr. Finch is doing a very extensive business in registered hogs of this popular strain, shipping consignments to all parts pf the country. PAINT LICK GIRL WEDS A courtship which began many years ago, found" a happy culmination Miss Elizabeth Ralston, of when Paint Lick, Madison county, became the bride of II. O. Horton, of Dothan, Ala. They were quietly married at the residence of the officiating minister, Rev. J. W. Harding in Winchester and left immediately for a wedding trip after which they will go to Alabama where they will make their home. COAL CARS LEAVE THE TRACK A broken flange or some other minor mishap caused a freight engine and eight cars loaded with coal coming west, to leave the track at Brod-hea- d Tuesdays and Fridays Pat McGarvey Is Dead Holtzclaw Hemp Break Unique Old Irishman and Uncompromising Democrat, No More Heard About Town Americans Are Released Who Were Taken Off Steamer By Germans Crisis Nearer GIVE HIM UP Shelbyville Christian Church Ii Expecting Rev. Walker To Take Charge of Pastorate Mar. lit Rev. D. M. Walker will prench at Shelbyville Sunday for the Christian church, to which he recently accepted a call. He will go there the first of March, as previously 'announced, to take charge of the pastorate. Realizing how ill the local congregation and community, as a while, can afford to lose a man of Rev. Walker's force and power for good, a delegation from the Stanford Christian church, motored to Shelbyville early this week, and endeavored to induce the congregation there to release Rev. Walker from his acceptance of their call. The matter was carefully and fully discussed at a meeting between the board of the Shelbyville church and the local committee which was composed ofMessrs. R. M. Blackcrby, J. S. Raughman, Ben Rryan and N. W. Fowle, and the Shelbyville committee agreed to take the matter under consideration, and let the Stanford church know later of its decision. The I. J. was informed by a prom-nemember of the Shelbyville church, and a member of the board there, today, that the Shelbyville church feels that there is no good and sufficient reason for it to alter its attitude in the matter, and will expect Rev. Walker there to take charge of the church March 1st, as has previously been agreed upon. This gentleman stated that the Shelbyville church realizes that the Stanford congregation naturally regrets exceedingly to lose Rev. Walker after the long and pleasant and profitable relations between them, but as the matter stands, feels that as far as it is concerned, the question was settled when Rev Walker accepted the call which was extended him. Now that it is assured that Rev. Walker will soon leave Stanford, plans are being made by some of his friends to give a farewell banquet in his honor that such a public testimonial to the esteem and regard in which he is held here, may be given. nt t ' DIXIE ROOK CLUB ENTERTAINED Mrs. C. Hays Foster entertained the Dixie Rook Club at her home on West Main street Tuesday afternoon, the occasion being one of the most interesting and enjoyable meetings this organization has ever held. The popular voting hostess introduced a very attractive and unique innovation .in furnishing each guest, as her tally card, a water color miniature portrait of herself. No full face figures were shown but such is the very decided artistic talent of Mrs. Foster that each portrait, painted in full length style on dainty cards, was immediately recognized, for the likenesses were all splendid and in some instances very striking. A salad course was served at the conclusion of the games. Guests were Mesdames C. E. Tate, A. L. Pence, Harry Hill, James Harris, I.ee Rupley, T. .1. Hill, Jr.. John B. Foster, W. R. Todd and sister Miss Theresa McGavock, of Nashville, Mesdames .1. B. Perkins, R. T. Bruce, Misses S. M. Saufley, T. W. Jones. Levisa Harris, Sue Taylor Kngleman nnd Anne D. McRoberts. MRS. O'BANNON ENTERTAINS Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon entertained several friends Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. B. F. Covers, Dr. O'Bannon's sister, who is visiting here. As the guests arrived they were escorted to the dining room where frappe was served by Mrs. A. C. Hill. After all had been introduced to Mrs. Cover, they engaged in a very interesting cake contest. A delightful salad course was served at the colse of the afternoon's entertainment. Those Walton, present were: Mesdames Hunn, Walker, Wm. Severance, Shanks, Murphy, McCarty, Farm, Carpenter, Wm. Bnughman, T. A. Rice, Tate, A. C. Hill, Warner, Wilson and Miss Paxton. Mrs. Cover will spend several weeks in Stanford returning to her home in Saratoga Springs, N. Y. A Big Success When Exhibited on J. K. Bnughmnn, of the West End, bought a Streets Here Monday. Overland automobile from Charles Dean, agent, of The Holtzclaw Hemp Break was Garrard county, Inst week. "Uncle Pat" McGarvey, n unique Garvel Burton, of Wayne county, locnl figure, died early in the week exhibited to hundreds here Monday, and more than verified every predic- well known in this section, has purnt the homo of his Bnrncy Davis, in the Mason's Gap tion of its usefulness by its inventors chased the Dixie motion picture house section, of the infirmities of age. Ex- Messrs. J. S. nnd A. W. Holtzclaw, nt Somerset. In n basketball game that had to cept nt election time, when he always the hustling young sons of B. D. The machine was set up be extended five minutes twice on came in to vote the straight "Dimmy-crat- " Holtzclaw. ticket, as he called it, he had on Lancaster street extended, nnd account of n tie score, Centre Colnot been seen in town much in recent was worked at full capacity for sev- lege defeated Georgetown College 20 years ns age had enfeebled him con- eral hours, and old hemp men say it to 25 this week. Henry VanSant, of Frankfort, forsiderably before the end came. "Un- has every hemp breaking machine so merly nn official the state insurcle Pat" was born in Ballinmore, in far pvit on the mnrket beaten to a ance department, of nnd one of the and ought to make its in- leading republicans of the Third Conthe county of Laitrnn, Ireland, on frazzle August 113, 1844. He enmc to this ventors rich 'men. Its capacity is gressional district, is in Stanford tocountry in 1803 and came to Lin- said to be fully 3,000 or 4,0T)0 day on business. Clay Clark, of the Yosemite seccoln county the year after the Civil pounds a day and this may be furtion of Casey, had a leg broken by War. He was first engaged in con- ther increased. These boys nre mestruction work at the time the L. & chanical geniuses. They took parts a wild mule, hitched to a sled with hog on it. And this was the secN. railroad was built through Stan- of tin old binder, parts of a tractor, n ond time he has sustained such nn ford; and after that he worked on the parts of an old chain drive automocrews that were engaged in the Cin- bile, some pulleys, etc from Bifugh-mnn- 's nccident. Col. J. Stone Walker, State Bank mill, and constructed their first cinnati Southern building. Since that headquarters with at model, which works without the least Examiner, time he worked faithfully und well various farmers and farmed a lit- hitch, and is so simple and easy to Frankfort, was here Wednesday and for looking over the business tle on his own place south of Stan operate nnd has such a capacity that Thursday, of it is sure to be a big success. A small of the Lincoln Trust Cdmpany, and ford. His wife died a number yenrs ago, and a son died 14 years gasoline engine furnishes the neces- other financial institutions in this live at sary power. The machine is com- section which come under the superago. Four grandchildren Banking DepartHood River, Orgcon. They are Wal- pletely patented and the inventors vision of the State ment. Needless to say, he fouifil the ter McGarvey and Misses Addie, Ida are figuring on plans to start a facin first class shnpe. and Berthn McGarvey. When he be- tory at once. They hope to be able local concern Casey County Telephone The came too feeble to look out for him- to put their main plant here; to have Company, has changed hands again, self he made his home with Barney the few heavy castings needed, made name of the Casey Home Davis, where he was given every at- by sonic foundry and shipped here under the Telephone Company, and is now in tention and loving care until the end where the smaller parts will be mancharge with T. II. Goodwin as mancame to the old man. . He was a ufactured and the whole machine asager. R. H. Edelen, of Lebanon, is member of the Catholic church. His sembled. The hemp district of the Geo. E. Kellcy of Lebaremains were laid to rest in the old world is' very restricted and Stanford President, non, Secretary, and W. C. Cundiff, Sugar Loaf burying ground, in the is just about as near the center as anywhere, as Kentucky produces the of Liberty, is Vice President. Hale's Well section, south of town. Monroe Thompson, of the real esmajor portion of this staple, which tate firm of Thompson & Reynolds, has soared so high in value in recent of Waynesburg, was in Stanford years. Thursday with Mr. S. S. Floyd, of county, Tennessee, who is Green prospecting in the southern section Go Into Federal Court to Investigate of this county for a nice farm to buy. Kentucky Coal Company farmer Mr. Lloyd is an Presbyterian church: Sunday, Feb. and will be given a cordial welcome, News has been received here of an 18: Sunday school 9:55; morning if he decides to locate in this county. interesting suit which is in Federal service 11:00 o'clock; C. E. meeting II. C. Anderson, local Ford agent, Court at London. It is under- 0:30; evening service 7:00 o'clock. sold a runulrut to J. II. Baughman stood that a certain prominent St. Several of the Presbyterian Laymen & Company, 'erc, last week. Fords institution bought will atter.d the Laymen's Convention are becoming scarce articles these Louis financial Lexington, Feb. 20-2days, due to the great demand, and about $00,000 worth of stock in a at Rev. E. G. Mann commenced a re- orders have to be booked some weeks coal corporation which was planning vival service at the S. B. M. S. to to operate in the Kentucky moun day.. He will preach at the M. L. iu advance. Mr. Anderson, local tains but that when a "showdown" church. South. Sunday. The song ser agent and Steele & Burton, agents at was asked for, it developed that the iiviees Mil be' led by a Mr. Yates, a HustonviDe, have something interestcople of ing to say to prospective 'Ford buycompany could only produce some -t- edrevivalist. and f the assets. Itthes survjces. London Echo. ers in a large advertisement on an$1,200 or $1,;00 worth of is reported that the matter is now in Baptist Church Sunday School at other page. Read it. News has been received by friends federal court and intimations have 9:30 A. M; Preaching at 11 A. M., Subject "Redemption." Adult attend- and relatives "here of the arrival of been given that the St. Louis P. U. at Master Paul Edward Reed at 'the may endeavor to, hold the di- - ance greatly desired; B. Y. G:15. Vm Mrs. nC WIU V rtil iwim ni n 1iil1n 4rtt . Ki.ti-- Ul nmv a j Will vuuiHin; 1LV.IUIS The Methodist church desires a home of his parents, Mr. and the failure to produce assets to cov-lfu- U attendance of its members and Ashley T. Reed at El Paso, Texas. cr the amount of stock which is nlleg-- i friends Sunday morning, Feb. 18 at- The mother was, before her married to have been taken in the Ken- - ' 10:30. Very important church busi- - age, Miss Elise Engleman, of this serness All tucky concern. A number of central vices will be discussed. usual.oilier Sunday city, and her many loved ones "back will be held as Kentucky business men are reported School at 9:30; Epworth League at home" will extend cordial good wishto be interested in the company. 0:30 and Evening sermon at 7 es for the little fellow, who was born St. Louis People Stung News of the Churches te The American seamen, who were brought prisoners to Germnny on board the British steamer Yarrow-dalhave been liberated. Many responsible officials of the Administration have come to the conclusion that unless there is n prompt and decided change in the general attitude of Germany toward the in terests of the United Stntes the ap pearance of President Wilson before Congress to ask authority to afford protection to Americnn lives and property is only n matter of days. Any doubt as the ruthless character of the new submarine campaign and its violation of neutral rights long since has disappeared, and the situation is made more and more grave daily by aggravating incidents. Even if the President delays going to Congress longer than it is believed in most quarters he will, the present session comes to an end in less than three weeks and it is regarded as inevitable that he will deliver another relaaddress on tions before Congress adjourns. From nn econimie standpoint serious results from the new submarine campaign become more apparent each day. Representatives of a large group of railroads met and decided on plans for placing an embargo on eastbound freight destined for exportation unless shipping facilities were assured. President Wilson himself still was moving slowly in order that no serious step be taken in ndvance of an unmistakable demonstration of Germany's disregard of the interests and rights of the United States. Realizing that some reports of German activities may have been exaggerated he is relying only on official information. Efforts of persons and organizations working to maintain peace are going forward with unabated vigor. Their attitude is causing little concern among officials, who say the President has no intention of making any move except on the basis of facts which will satisfy all reasonable and patriotic Americans. e, German-America- n Farm Loan Association Organized at Meeting of Applicants , Hero Monday. At a meeting of farmers here Monday the Lincoln County Federal Farmers' Loan Association was organized. There were about 15 applicants for loans present, and subscribed for loans, and the number of shares of stock required in the Association at $100 a share. Subscriptions to the amount of $25,000 were applied for with many others who have expressed themselves as anxious to join. On motion of Dr. W. F. directors wero uli.ctpd ns fol Wat-kin'- s, 3. cor-porti- lows: o'c-cloc- k. early Wednesday morning. A result was that the early morning L. 6 N. passenger train, west bound, due in Stanford at 4:41, was blockaded and did not get here until about 7 o'clock. Luckily, no one was se- be-fo- re FOR MISS M'GAVOCK Mrs. C. Hays Foster and Mrs. J. L. MeKee Rifle were charming hostesses at an attractive uftcrnoon reception Thursday, red carnations with red hearts being used as the centerpiece. In the receiving line were the two hostesses, Mrs. Todd and Miss McGavock. Mrs. John B. Foster and Mrs. Wm. Severance assisted in entertaining and Mrs. T. W. Jones played on the vie trola during the ufternoon. A delicious salad course was served. Illinois will vote on prohibition in 1918. state-wid- in honor of Miss Theresa McGavock, of Nashville, Tenn., who is the guest of her sister, Mr3. W. R. Todd, hero this week. The Valentino Day idea was carried out in the decorations of Mrs. Riffe's bungalow on Portnum avenue, a basket of gorgeous e through the hustling real estate linn of Thompson & Reynolds, of Waynesburg. Mr. Gooch received $7,000 for his farm, which is one of the nicest in the Buck Creek valley. Mr. Gooch's plans for the future are facilitate the transaction of business not yet fully matured, it is under- by the bank's a great deal, and work GREENBACKS FOR FRIENDS against the reduction. stood, but he will probably buy a but little hardship on their patrons The progressive clothing firm of tttttt little hurilTt. but in town. The used to the Phillips & Phillips, of Stanford, are soon Feel Like Giving Up? small place firm, which is Thompson who willin hours.becomebanks will conHERE ON FEB. 23. DANCE it Reynolds the first to secure some of the new always on change The A number of the young men of "greenbacks" just issued by the govthe job, sold the farm of James tinue to open at 9 A. M. as in the Many Stanford People On the Verge Yontz, also on Buck Creek, to past. Stanford are planning a Washing ernment, and they will exchange Evei'r them Of Collapse ton's Birthday dance in the State them with their friends who want ett Shelton, of Tennessee. There are for any other sort of legal tenBank building on the evening of reb der money, that is offered them. A bad back makes you miserable 17 acres in this little place and it furnish They have secured $200 worth of the 'Jfiil. Brown's Trio will brought $250. all the time Bowels Liver the music, and the affair will be greenbacks, which many of the presLame every morning; sore all day. Bil? mis strictly a subscription affair, it is said. ent generation never saw, but which It hurts to stoop it hurts to If Sick GOOD WOMAN GONE were issued by the government durstraighten. ing the Civil War. Mrs. Annie Murphy, 40 years of What witli headache headache, dizSocial and Personal zy spells, kidney and bladder weak- age, died at the lfome of her husband Tonight! Clean Your Bowels And Stop Headache, Colds, Sour ness. Sam Murphy, on Darst stret TuesAttorney J. N. Menefee, Jr., of One Dose Relieves No wonder people are discouraged, Stomach day, February 13th, after a lengthy this city, went to Livingston ThursCold No Quinine Who do not know the kidneys may day on business. illness of lung trouble. She is surbe the cause of it all. box now. Get a the First "Pape's J. S. Hocker, president of Cold Compound" Ends Bad Give the weakened kidneys need- vived by her husband and two. chilTurn the rascals out the head- National Bank, spent several days at ful help. dren. The deceased was a daughter Colds Or Grippe In A Few indigestion, the sick, Pineville this week. Use a tested and proven kidney of Logan Murphy and Eliza Lynn and ache, biliousness, Hours remedy. sour stomach and bad 'colds turn Mrs. II. J. McRoberts is visiting None endorsed like Doan's Kidney was born and reared in this county. them out tonight and keep them out relatives in Lancaster. Relief comes instantly. She had, for many years, been a Pills. Mrs. Louis Hussing, of Somerset, Mrs. Belle Hiatt, E Main St., Stan- member of the Methodist church, and with Cascarets. Ilarry til A dose taken every two hours unMillions of men and women take a Joe E. Rout, of Louisville, ford, says: "My back pained me three doses are taken will end to go when the Death Anof dreadfully. I could not do my work was ready Cascaret now and then and never Hewitt, of Louisville, Robert Witt, I stooped I could hardly gel came for her. Funeral services know the misery caused by a lazy liv- Louisvilo and Eugene Pope, of Dan- grippe misery and break up a severe and if straighten. I had dizzy spells and I wero conducted by Rev. Wolburn were here Tuesday to attend the cold either in the head, chest, body or stom- ville, could not walk straight. The action Thursday, followed by interment in er, clogged bowels, or an upset funeral of the., lute Joseph Rout, who limbs. ach. died at Hustonville Monday. It promptly opens clogged-uof mv kidneys caused me a great Buffalo Springs cemetery. nosDon't put in another day of disdeal of annoyance. I had hemorrhages trils and air passages in the head, of the kidneys also. I doctored and DEATH OF MOLLIE CORDIAL tress. Let Cascarets cleanse your BIG MULE SALE AT stops nasty discharge or nose runused different remedies but got worse LANCASTER SATURDAY ning, relieves sick headache, stomach; remove the sour, fermenting dullness, all the time. My case was almost The Death Angel visited the homo food; take the excess bile from your W B. Burton and J. E. Robinson fevorishness, sore throat, sneezing, chronic when I heard of Doan's Kid- of Mr. and Mis. Anns Cordial on liver and carry out all the constipat- will sell at Burton's stable in Lan- - soreness and stiffness. ney Pills. This medicine helped mo i... ..;,...!!! nt ;10 o'clock oat- right away and 1 continued to use Monday nifht, Feb. 12th, ar.d called ed waste matter and poison in the Don't stay stuffed-upQuit blowing urdayafternoon. Feb. 17th. 15 head und suuflling! Ease! your throbbing if until I was free from backache and for their little daughter, M illie. She bowels. Then you will feel great. mules, and 25 head of my kidneys were in good order. I was 18 months old and was a bright A Cascaret tonight straightens you of . i ... uum ngeu muies, runM fmt in unvnn vnnrs head I Nothing else in the world gives keep Doan's Kidney Pills on hand child. She leaves her parents, three out by morning. They work while you bid. They are mostly mares. This is such prompt relief ns "Pape's Cold I have any return of und whenever box from any drug a splendid opportunity to pick up , Compound," which costs this trouble they have never failed to sisters und a brother. The remains sleep. A only 25 were luid to rest in the Liberty bury- store means a clear head, sweet stom- work mules for tiny purpose. These, help me." at auction to the highest cents at any drug store. It acts withPrice 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim- ing grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Cordiul ach and clean, healthy liver and bow- will be sold will ply ask for a kidney remedy get have the deepest symputhy bidder, and imrwl be sold on six months - out assistance, tastes nice, causes no of their el action for months.Children love i! ,inta. hearintr inter- Inconvenience. Be sure you get the .,,itk Doun's Kidney Pills the same Mrs. muny friends in their sad hours. Cascarets because they never gripe or est W. B. Burton and J. E. Bobin-so- genuine. n 14-- 1 had. Hiatt Co., Props., 14-- 1 Lancaster, Ky. 14-M. M. T. sicken. 14-- 1 Buffalo, N. Y. p, riously hurt by the wreck. GOOCH SELLS OUT Hundley Gooch, one of the best known and most highly esteemed farmers and citizens in the southern section of this county, lias sold his farm of 210 acres on Buck Creek, east of Waynesburg to Walter Snyder, of Tennessee. The sale was made HUNDLEY Despite efforts by Senator Smoot, of Utah, to reduce the salary of Governor Yager, of Porto Rico, it will remain at $8,000 a year, as a result of the fight made by Senator James BANKS TO CLOSE EARLIER Both of the Stanford banks announce today that the first day of March, their doors will be closed at 3 o'clock each afternoon instead of at 4 as at present. In this connection, it is said that the local financial institutions are the only ones in the state which have ever kept open to the public as late as 4 o'clock each afteroon, and as there is an immense amount of work for the staff of each bank to do, in winding up the day's business, after the doors are closed, it is felt that an earlier closing will Jan. 31st. County Attorney Green Clay Walker, of Garrard county, was over on his Monday, shaking hands with many friends in this section. Mr. Walker is just rounding out his first term as County Attorney of Lincoln's neighbor on the north. He has made a very fine record in office and his friends says that it is generally rec ognized that he deserves en endorsement, so will in all probability have no opposition within the democratic party for renomination and possibly no republican opposition in Novem ber, all of which will be good news to his many friends here. Shanks. .1. G. Carpenter, anil upon motion ol .Mr. Shanks, Dr. Watkins was added to the directorate. The directors will meet Saturday at 2 o'clock at the Lincoln County National Bank nnd elect officers. Short talks were made by Messrs. W. II. Shanks. Dr. Watkins and Dr. Carpenter, explaining the object of the association. The applicants who have presented their names so far are: G. W. Durham, New York City; W. II. Bell, Stanford, Ky.; D. S. Floyd, Humphrey, Casey county; J. N. Vest, Humphrey, Casey county; J. C. Livingston. Stanford; W. F. Watkins, Stanford; J. M. Robinson, Eubanks; C. W. Dun-laMcKinney; B. F. Cain, Stanford; Felix White, Stanford; B. F. Fagalv, Stanford; Gus Gieszl, Crab Orchard; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; J. G. Carpenter, Stanford. W. II. Messrs. Gus Gieszl, B. F. Fa-gal- y, Try "Cascarets " For And Or A 10-ce- p 1 two-year-o- ld 10-ce- nt ' n, Fostcr-Milbur- 1. Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: The Interior Journal 8. M. SAtirwcT...KniTOR Vntrred Friday, February, 16, 1917 ONLY and rnorittKTOH at Ihr poflefior at Stanford, tfcond clntt mail malttr. Jf., Walk-Ov- er Subscription Rates & Nettleton ItyjETTLErOMI A few more DAYS to enroll in our Roth Is.um n wrrlc, per year $1.80 Twice n week, for H month . 1,00 Twice n week, (or 0 months 75 Twleo A week, for 8 months........ ........ .40 Once n week, cither Issue, per year 1.00 Subscriptions nrn to nil; paper stops when time for which It Is paid, Is up Shoes for Men We show two illustrations of 20 styles carried. Each style is a shoe classic coupled with comfort and durability JT It M m Political Announcements. Tho Interior Journal Is Authorized to Announce the followlnc candidates for offlco nib-'re- t to tho Democratic primary the flmt Saturday In August, 1917. (Announcement fee for each county ofTIco Is $10; for illstrlrt office, $t5: for city or mnelsterlal office $5. No unnouncemcnt will bo made until fee Is paid 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 OhammaoiO In For State Senator JAY W. HARLAN II. CLAY KAUPFMAN J. It. MOUNT. For Sheriff .1. II. LIVINGSTON. For County Judge W. S. DRYE. M. S. BAUGHMAN. M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE advance.) JT jT Zi m m tfWVtKO )VER. VT -- sr - i . The Carlton An "English" with the "look" without the pinch. Broad at the ball, plenty of toe room. Character and comfort combined. Carried in tan and black. : : : : The Ardsley The Ardsley is one of the Nettleton Master lasts. This shoe represents the absolute utmost in wear. Nettleton Shoes are a sound investment and a real economy. : : : : For County Attorney make the deposit for you. You will be glad next For Representative H. G. SKILES. For Jailer J. S. OWSLEY. Christmas that you were a member. You will not miss the small weekly deposits, and you will receive a check for all you have paid in, plus interest, just when the money will insure you W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMER For Assessor J. N. CASH For Magistrate 1st Dist. J. T. DUDDERAR If you want 100 cents worth of good shoe value for every dollar you invest, here is where you will find it. Our prices are as low as can be made, consistent with good merchandise. Our store is the logical place A MERRY CHRISTMAS ENROLL AT ONCE incoln County National Ba nk "Corner Next to Court House" STANFORD, - - - - KENTUCKY BAUGHMAN'S u HEN FEED" the Mixture: Cracked corn, wheat, buckwheat, sugar cane seed, oats and barley. All fct'd no waste in it. Try some now you will like it. $2.50 per 100 lbs. Here is Wc are making a mixed feed for chickens from clean wholesome grain and feed, proportioned to make an ideal food for the fowls. fa J. H. BAUGHMAN &. COMPANY STANFORD, . KEi, TUCKY Up-to-Da- te GLASSES -- AT- The Lincoln Pharmacy Dr. W. N. Craig, Optician J. W. ACEY, Proprietor Stanford, Kentucky Trade with the merchants who advertise; they want your trade tempts to regulate it will not only rheumatism, gout, lumbago, I rove abortive but aggravate the evil. soro stiff muscles, bruises, sprains tad be no more attempts to strains. Cleaner and easier to use than There must regulate the cancer; it must be erad- mussy plasters or ointments. It penetrates icated; for until this is done, all nd relieves quickly without rubbing, A classes must continue exposed to beAt all druggists, 25c. 50c. and $1.00. come the victims of strong drink. The most effectual remedy would be the passage of a law altogether abolishing the liquor tr.i.'l'c. Law must protect and conserve right things, and j.unish wrong things, and If tlure is any evil in tho land that threatens society or individuals moiv thnn another, it is the liquor tratlic " Lincoln, with his wonderful sagac Liniment is assigned its the trusted family remedies in thousands of mediis as follows: "The liquor trallic is a cancer in cine closets. Confidence in it is society eating out its vitals and based on the uniform effectiveness threatening destruction, and all at- with which it banishes the pains of what about the United States Government? As long as Uncle Sam authorizes the manufacture and sale of whisky it will be very difficult, if not ilmost impossible, for the States to entirely eradicate it. Our nation is a brotherhood of States, and if the head of the family encourages the manufacture and sale of liquor, it will he very hard for the members of the household to eradicate it. It will be very dillicult to stop the sale of it. oven in prohibition states, until Uncle Sam cuts it out. We have read and have heard said many tine things on this most vital question, but have never heard fall from the lips of man any expression or thought that so conclusively goes to the very foundation of this vital matter as the statement made by Abraham Lincoln in 185:1, and which A preacher was describing the A negro mammy had a family of "bad plnce." "Friends," he said boys so well behaved that one day "you've seen molten iron runnine; n nilf. nf .. fliril.lf.n lml'nn't her mistress asked: ......., ..t,.,, vnn9 ... ..I'M. "Sally, how did you raise your boys comes out white hot, sizzling and portions. ' so well:" hissing, (the preacher well Hon. Chares C. Fox, of Danville, After you have taken Hall's Catarrh "Ah'll tell yo,' missus," answered pointed a long, lean finger at the you see a for a short one of the best known lawyers of this MedicineImprovement time your will Sally. "Ah raise' dem boys with a conirrpirntinnl. "Woll" lio cnntimirw) In Reneral Krent section of the state, and a leading health Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi- barrel slave, an' Ah raise' em "they use that stuff for ice cream in democrat, had a strong card in the cine at once and i't rid of catarrh. Send Hades." Danville Advocate of recent issue, on for testimonials, free. F. J. CJirNHV ft CO.. Toledo, Ohio. whisky question. He wrote as the Sold hy all Drusfjlsts, 73c. follows: There is no question confronting WE HEARD HIM, TOO the American people toda of more tal importance than the whisky On December 28th a Louisville ediHow, many people, crippled and lame from rheumatism, question, involving, as it docs, the moral and financial welfare of our tor stood in the rear of the room owe their condition to neglected or incorrect treatment! people, and we are rejoiced to see where the Kentucky Press AssociaIt is the exact combination of pure Norwegian Cod Liver that the States and the Nrtion itself tion was in session. Announcement have waked up and are realizing the Oil with glycerine and hypophosphites as contained in Aryimportance of this most vital matter. was made that plrtes of Mr. The history of our nation shows, we an's prohibition speech of the eventhink, without any doubt, that not ing previous would bo. furnished to less than seventy-tiv- e per cent, of all papers desiring to publish it. This crimes that are committed aie trace- man grunted out a vicious protest able to whi.iky. A large pel cent of and in an undertone began to curse the lunacy, and certainly of the dry people, calling them damned of the people are due to whisky. hypocrites, etc. several newspaper A large per cent, of the accidents on men near him heard what he said and lailroads and trolley lines are also some of them showed their resent Q) that has made Scott's famous for relieving rheuma traceable to whisky, and it is also the ment. The writer was one of these. tism when other treatments have utterly failed. direct cause of, the ruin of a large per The Louisville man was stricken with cent of the fallen women. The eff- paralysis a few days later and in two If you are a rheumatism sufferer, or feel its first iciency and capability of accomplish- weeks after the occurrence referred symptoms, start on ment of the people of our nation in to he was in hi grave. We have been at once. all the occupations of life would be wondering whether he would have had IT MAY BE EXACTLY WHAT YOU NEED. largely increased by the total abolihe to take such a veScott & Bowne. BloomfleU. N. J. tion of the use of whisky. Can any hement stand for the world's greatest man or woman prove that it has ever curse if he had realized that he was done any good? Twenty-thie- e of the so near the judgment. Big Sandy forty-eigh- t States of our union have News. voted whisky out, and it will not be long, judging from the present attitude of the people on this subject, until a large majority of- the States will have put their ban on it. But . TfrV dls-ens- td Well, we have the General Assembly with us JiRafn at Frankfort, and as usual it will cost tho taxpayers something. The tax question, which it will consider, is the hardest problem with which any law making body has to contend, and we wouldn't be a mite surprised if fiO days were spent in Frankfort by the numbers and not a thiiijj accomplished. If the bills submitted by the special tax commission are put through, it will simply be because they have behind them the solid influence of what is known as the "State Administration." If Stanley wants to shove them over, he can probably do so, for the regular I'.Uti session seemed to indicate that he "controlled" enough members to do about as he uihed. Quite a number of the members, however, are either candidates for reelection or candidates for some other offices, and this may have a salutary effect, for the people back home are going to scan the work of this special session mighty closely, and most of the members will probablj endeavor to follow the wishes of the folks at homo a little more nosoly than some of them did at the ivgular ' session last year. to buy your shoes. COME AND LOOK. I JELJJ n McRoberts & Bailey u Stanford, Ky. Have You Heard These? :::::: ity and forethought, makes it plain that you cannot regulate the use of whisky, that vou mart enu'rente it or cut it out. Our people have been trying for more than a hundred yeais to regulate it, but this coui'Ai lnvi proven a failure. If the people will see that a prohibition amendment be added to our Constitution, then the victory will be won, and lesult .11 the greatest blessing to our nation and its people morally, linancia'Iy, and in every way, that it is possible for the mind to conceive. CHAS. C. FOX. R. M. NEWLAND How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catanh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken by catarrh auffereis for the past thirty-fiv- e years, and has become known as the most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall': Cntntrh Medicine acts thru tho Blood on the Mucous Mirfncc-s- expelling the Poison from the Blood and healing the Headauarters for Best The proprietors of two rival livery stables, situated alongside each other FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE in a busy street, have been having a Stanford, Ky. Phone 168 and 45. lively advertising deal lately. Office of The other week one of them stuck up on his office window a long strip of paper bearing the words: An old "Our horses need no whip to make sailor and lady once went up to a asked him why the ship them go." This bit of sarcasm naturally had stopped. along on account of the "Can't get caused some amusement at the exsailor. pense of the rival proprietor, but in fog," said the you go by "But can't the stars?" less than an hour he neatly turned the tables by pasting the following said the old lady. "We're not going that way unless retort on his own window: "True. The wind blows them the boiler busts, mum." along." DISTRESSING RHEUMATISM ' mm iw Scott's Emulsion Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky Have a Bottle Handy! Sloan's among MARDI GRAS ONLY A DAY AND NIG HT TO NEW ORLEANS Louisville & Nashville Railroad Tickets on sale daily, Feb 12 to 19, inclusive New Orleans $2 1.80;, Mobile $19.25; Pensa-col- a $19.55 Round Trip from Stanford, Ky. SleephiK car furo $4.00 to $4.50 each way. Board at best private homes $1.00 per day. or at first-clas- s hotels $2.00 per day and un Ior particulars see L. & N. Agent. Call for list of hotels, rooming and boarding house Em Bma The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February, 16, 1917 Page Three Final Clearance of Suits and Sale Now Going On $10.00 values, now $12.50 values, now $16.50 values, now ... $7.SO $18.50 values, now .. $9.50 $15.00 values, now ..311 .75 ... .. $ 1 3.SO $20.00 values, now $25.00 values, now .. .. $14.50 $ 1 8.SO $12.SO 1 $2750 values, now 1 .. $22.50 Shoes, Overshoes and all Leather Goods 0 per ct. off. Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery and all other furnishings not mention- ed 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 thtf prices we are offering you during this sale. Come in and. give us a look, and if you think our prices are not right, we will not ask you to buy. We always invite comparisons. We especially invite them now! Stanford's Biggest Store Miai.anagBgB & Crab Orchard lli the passing away of Dr. W. 31. Dooms, Crab Orchard gives up another of her old people, whose life helped to make the town better and wiser. He had long been a sufferer from a complication of troubles, and in the last few years of his life was confined much in the house. When he was able to be out at all he was lively, talkative and ever ready for an argument. He had a fine memory, was well versed in history and a most entertaining talker. He has lived in our midst many years, witnessing the burial of his wife and several children and seeing many an old friend depart. As a physician ho had few equals. He was ever ready to attend all who needed his help, no matter how poor and humble, or whether he ever expected a cent for his work. He was charitable to the needy. As a Bible student few pieachers understood the Word better, or could explain it more beautifully. He leaves an untarnished as a name, an honorable legacy to his three living daughters. Only one of these, Mrs. Lura Speigel, of Shelbyville, Ind., was present at his life-work, funeral. Mrs. Leila Livingston, being in southern California and 3Irs. Sallie Hutchison in Arizona. The devotion of Jlrs. Speigel to her aged father has been very beautiful. Not one want of his went ungratified that she could satisfy. Everything for his comfort and ease was also done by Mr. and Mrs. 3Iaurice Perkins with whom he lived, and both of them were as son and daughter to him. Who can fill the place of Uncle John Edmiston or of Dr. Doores or in fact of any of the dear old people who can't stay with us always? There will be ever a green spot in our memory for them, and their many good deeds live on in testimony of their lives here on earth. Mrs. Lelia Duke has been suffering greatly with risings in her head, but she is some better. 3Iiss 3Iyrtle Jones, of London is with her sister, Mrs. Lulu Collier, who has had a severe attack of grip. Mrs. Caltha Newland has returned from a visit to her sister, 3Irs. Dexter Ballou and Miss Ila Newland in Stanford. 3Irs. James 3Iesser and son, Levi have been visiting 3Irs. Wilcher in PERUNA in Your Home A housewife must give the first aid in colds, coughs and other ailments. Her promptness in applying the remedy often saves a serious illness. Her experience with remedies has led her to know that PERUNA is always reliable, that she should have it on hand for the immediate treatment of coughs and colds, and that it is always to her 'Vi Mrs.Gjorge Porker, 41!) Water St.. Mco-nslWis., writes: "We have used our family for a cumber of years, uuJ have found It a perfectly reliable medicine. It soon rids the system of any traces ?? 1 .? of a cold, and prevents serious consequences. "I began uslnt! It for catarrh, wlitcli 1 suffered with a Hood mnnv years. but had not beca very serious until recently. Sinco 1 have taken I'cruna tho dropping Iti my throat has discontinued, and ray heul and 1no30 urn urn not fo btopped up la tho morning. pleased with the results, uinl shall continue to iiso It until I um entirely rid of catarrh. ''I heartily iccoinmcnd it asonhonestjmedlcinc. What It does fur her It is ready to do for you. The Family Safeguard ters that reach the Peruna The experience of one woman, given herewith, is typical of thousands of letCompany from grateful friends who have found theirs homes incom plete, and their family safety in danger without PERUNA. Colds and Catarrh market proves it, beyond question, to bo tho reliable family remedy, ever ready to take, preventing tho serious effect of colds, coughs, grip and derangements of tho dlgestivo organs. This proof is published from timo to timo and many families have profited by it. luukon cu cluln PERUNA la UltU fona for jom cwralcacn. Cuij It jr m A The great weight of testimony that has accumulated in the 44 years thot PERUNA has been on the wM ted b fortified jtinit iii&lcu tlttcU. The Peruna Company, Columbuo. Ohio SWARTZ RANKIN mark, caterwauls in explanation of the failbanks and near Stanford. to cooperate in conThe following clipping from tiu-Mrs. Andrew Dillion has returned scaring move from riparian homes to ure of the stars preelevations. Water gates and bottom firmation of the astrologer's Tulsa, Okla., Dialy World, will be ot from a visit to her sister and mother fenci.ig were swept away, but dam- science. in Stanford. Just "where we are at" is the prob- interest here as the groom is a oi, ages are negligible. lem disturbing the ground hog fra- of W. J. Rankin and a sister of The year 191(5 and winter of 3Iiss Pattie Stephenson returned to just to now have been anomalous. ternity and county Rankin, who lived in this city a most pleasStanford Saturday after Frequency of winter thunder storms now has the lloor. Of the many good for a number of years: Announceant visit with 31rs. George Stephenson greatest of memory, and lightning men who have shed credit on Casey's and other friends here. accompaniments to officialdom it is unanimously agreed, ment is made of the marriage of Miss and thunder Sliss Fannie King, who has been snow and hail storms without prece- irrespectively of denominational and Gail Swartz of Tulsa and Sir. 3lc.Mil-la- n prejudices, that Have TayThe faithful have agreed that political Rankin, which was very quietly with her parents here for some weeks dent improbable that there is another lor has exhibited a Spartan fidelity to solemnized it is Wedesday, Feb. 7th, in returned to Indianapolis Saturday, latitude of like varying villainously duty, with no favor to neighbor, where she has a splendid position. Signs that had friend or kin, which commends him to Kansas City. The bride is a sister of capricious weather. and demands continu- Sirs. Warren D. Abbott anil has made been listed with the infallible have the 3Irs. Logan Stephenson, of service. failed; had been this city her home for a number of visited her father, W. R. Gaines added toprecedents which have been ance of accepted rules years. Sir. Rankin is manager of the this week. conspicuous for the exceptions and PAINFUL COUGHS RELIEVED Atlas Supply company at El Dorado. Jlr. Bradley, our shoemaker, had a rules which had been considered axDr. King's New Discovery is a Kan., where the young couple will hard fall on the sidewalk during the ioms have been indiscriminately soothing.healing remedy for coughs establish their place of residence. slippery season and hurt his back. He broken. Slodern prophets like Slother Ship-to- and colds that has stood the test of George F. Crawford has accepted is some better. and Col. George Harvey have nearly fifty years. For that cough a position with the Jellico Clothing 3Irs. Slag Likens, who lives near been exposed as pretenders', who here has been very low with a compli- made some lucky guesses the expos- that strains the throat and saps the Company, with headqarters here. His ure coming cation of troubles and her family are humiliation just in time to avert the vitality try Dr. King's New Discovery. territory is Central Kentucky. of being canonized by the The soothing pine balsams and mild quite uneasy about her condition. apostles of the Tliaumatuigical.'The ingredients soon drive the Sirs. John King is better and able Colonel had been exploited as the laxative greatest discoverer, developer and coltl from the system. Have a bottle FAMILY AVOIDS to walk nbout the house. Sir. Charles Redd, and Sir. James promoter of presidents and facile on hand for winter colds, croup, grip arbiter of a national convention that and bronchial affections. At your Chadwick arc both much better. history mentions. Soured on his last Druggist.COe. Slaurice Perkins has been quite sick development he diagrammed details of Woodrow's defeat of for several days. AMERICAN HEROES ABROAD Sirs., Claudia Holman and Slaymc and some cynic derisively and verently wrote that the false prophet leave Sunday for New Orleans, La., to has been "meowing" a series of When the history of the Great Dy Being Constantly Supplied vVitb visit Sir. And Sirs. John Carson. They War is written, one of its brightest will be gone until April. , Thcdfcrd's t. pages will tell the story of the American Ambulance in France. Quite The Ladies Aid of the Christian without any remuneration except the j church will take orders for any kind satisfaction of work well done in the of fancy work. McPiiif, Va. "1 suifcrcd for several cause of humanity, two or three hunSir. Bustle is still sick at the Geiszl dred young American men have been vears," s..ys Mrs. J. B. Wluitaker, el risking their lives in the rescue of ..is p'ace, "with sick headache, ar.tl house here. wounded soldiers. One of those young .'.ortuch double. j Sirs. Pattic Gooch has had a severe Ten years ago a friend told me to try men , Sir. Howard Hare Powel, of attack of grip. Newport. R. I., writes in Harper's Ba- riicdiord's uh.di I did, Sir. Carl King and wife have given zar for February: "When lie impulse and I found it to be Hie best family tr.'di-cin mmmr mi v iT for young and old. first grippeil me to come over here, up the idea of going to Florida anil I had been led to expect that I would I keep on hsr.d all Hie have rented the Walter Smith home on fetch up in a crew of swashbuckling, time now, and when my children Jcel n Dix Uiver and moved in. Sir. Smith adventurers. Instead, I utile bad, they ask me for a doe, ..ud It will go to the mountains to engage One Doso Of Mayr's Wonderful Rem- found men hail Known at school and docs them more good than anv medidnu college, and a lot of other young ihey ever tried. edy Drives Them Out. Ends Torture telephone poles for the company. Stomtich poisons breed millions of Americans like those one meets evWe never have a long spell of js will preaching at the Chris There erywhere." Young Sir. Powel has for tian church Sunday morning and ev- germs that eat into your vitals, caus the past year been attached to Sec- usingin our family, since we commented ing litis rressuro, Indigestion, Constition Two of the American Ambuening by Rev. Pervis. Everyone re- pation, Torpid Liver, Thedford's is ptr"Iy quested to bo present. Yellow Jaundice, Gall Stones, lance, with headquarters at the blood- vegetable, and has been found to rcm-.t- e Verdun. Pay Appendicitis, ot iest spot in the world Cancer and I'ltors weak stomachs, aid digestion, reSir. Hundley SIcClure of Paris, is the last , the Stomach and Intestines, etc., etc. after day back year forth;tido of bat- lieve indigestion, colic, wind, visiting his mother, Sirs. Anna Na- Thousands tle flowed a hundred mdnche, sick and of Bulferers have been restomach, and similar pier. stored bv Slayr's Wonderful Remedy, battles as desperate and bloody as symptoms. among them Justice of the Supreme Waterloo or Gettysburg were fought It lias been in constant use for last Court, Congressmen, Doctors, Law at Verduif young summer. And every than 70 years, and has benefited more more Kidd's night, the American drivers of 'ban a million yors, Bankers, Ministers, Nurses, Far people. came up to the trenches I mem, Slechanics persons of every ambulances to Your drugeist sells and recommends save the wounded solEarly January was mild as spring. class probably your own neighboi. under fire Price only 2ie-- Oct a Growers were tempted by profitable Stomach troubles are due mostly to diers. Several of these Americans trackage , N c ua offers to sell tobacco in tliu bam, on catarrhal poison. Mayr's Wonderful . have lost their lives; others have re-ceived, for valor, the highest decorawhich the buyers pocketed fat prof- Kemeay removes that poison, thor- tions that the French Government-' its. The very few who declined all oughly cleanses the system, drives bids of middlemen are congratulated out the disease breedinir lrerms. in can bestow. To anyone who likes to Bus Between about for their good luck in selling on tho lays inflammation and ends suffering. readstrongly recommend thisheroism, imporwe Danville breaks Unlike any other remedy. No alcohol tant article in the February number. A good start plowing sod had but nothing to injure you. One doso Daily Except Sunday been fairly started when snow stop- convinces. FREE book on Stomach Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) Engraved cards should LADIES ped it. Ailments. Write Geo. II. Slayr, 31 fg. at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Tho deepest snow in thirtv-on- o Chemist, Chicago, or obtain a bottle be used for all social purposes. Sco Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at years fifteen inches on level hereof Slayr's Wonderful Remedy from the new samples we have and as 9 :00 a. m. and 1 :U0 p. in. about middle, of January blanketed Tho Penny Drug Store or any reliable cheap as they can bo bought any- - Bundles und Packages Carried at tho ground a week when rapid thaw druggist, who will return your money Low Chnrges where. Tho Interior Journal. f "Mth little rain put creeks out of if it fails. O. L MINKS, Proprietor high-water i , '1C-1- 7 Miss-Alic- pie-slici- ; ' Slay-woo- law-lovin- g n SERIOUS SICKNESS Stomach Germ; T Black-Draugh- I dSuSUrW rju n, .KOUtefl Pft I $, I Black-Draug- ne Black-Draug- ht devil-may-ca- 1 iirk-n.'- BUuk-Draugh- t." Black-Draug- ht nar-.tn- Store Black-Draug- y. ( Auto and Stanford 09-t- Page Four GRANDMA JOINS The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February. 16, 1917 Pleasant Point Saturday night a number of the young folks of this community gathered at the home of David Singleton to sing for his son, Collis, who has been sick for several months. Collis enjoyed the singing very much. Mrs. V. M. Murphy and Mrs. Mary Dye are on the sick list, also Little Helen Wall, daughter of Mr. M. D. Wall. Mfss Margaret Houton, who has spent several months nt home, has returned to Lexington where she has a nice position. Mr. Charlie Alford, who has been working at Carthage, Ohio, for several months, has returned home. Miss Nellie Houton spent Monday night with Miss Mayme Urown. Ollie, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. John Dye, has been quite ill, but is some better. News has been leccived here thai Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Routon, of Bloomington, Ind., will be here soon to spend a few weeks with their rol- - A FRIEND'S Mitchellsburg CHILDREN'S PLAY She Used to Be Cross Before Tanlac Cheered Her Up. ADVICE Woman Saved From a Serious Surgical Operation. Louisville, Ky. "For four years I suffered from fcmnlo troubles, and nervousness I could not sleep, had no appetite and it hurt me to walk. If I tried to do any work, I would have to lio down before it was finished. The doc-tosaid I would have to bo operated on and I simply broke down. A friend advised ma to try Lydia E. head-aches, CAN WALK UP STAIRS NOW rs "My daughters .mtl grandchildren think I'm a different woman. I am. I oven gee down on the floor and romp with the little ones. A .short time ago I was so cross I w.un't company for anyone." This is the tribute that Mrs. II. K Hill, ar51 West Mid St., Cleveland paid to T.uilac. "There was a time when I couldn't walk up to the corner .torc without fear I wouldn't be able to get back H g i.iy-tmxi- 3&: MRS. H. E. HILL. o::?fi &!- i.r.4 - n alone," she said. "But that time has passed thanks to Tanlac. I was rundown for years and couldn't do my I had to leave most of housework. the work to my two daughters. Last winter was the worst and I was told that unle s I got better I would not have long to live. ' Lived In Damp Quarters. "Our house, too, might have made my comli.'f'i v, n: e. For it was on low giourd aril was a trifle damp. That made o wo e Before taking Tanlac I cou'd i't ,::'k up and down the stall's. I 1: d to leep riownstans. I cm get nn without any help now. "My back med to hint me so bad that I cou'dn't utoop over. Now I can get down and mop the floors. Was All Run Down. "My stomach gave me no end of trouble. No matter what I ate, gas formed and I had a heavy, bloated leenng, ' was nervous., ami even me noise made by my two little grandchildren in their play annoyed me. "I surely am thankful for what Tanlac has done for me. And I feel so happy over it that I have already told several friend about the results of Misses Clara and Lizzie Wai field Louisville, Ky. hveryone naturally dreads the surnt Highland. geon's knife. Sometimes nothing elso Collis Singleton lemains about the will do. but many times Lydia E. Pinksame. ham's Vegetable Compound has saved Mi M. B. Robinson has been at the patient and made an operation unhome from his work with the Q. and necessary. If you have any symptom C. Railway, for three weeks, on ac- you would like to know, about which write to the count of a &evei e attack of the grip. Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, There must be something attrac- Mass., for helpful advice given free. tive at Kings Mountain, as Messrs. Elmer Alford and John Robiiihon are Here, There, going down real often. The sale of an abandoned church Bessie to negroes in the business section of and Misses Edith Wall Gooch, of Kings Mountain, attended Harrodsburg, has aroused much rato cial the singing heie Saturday and Sun- buy feeling in that city. An offer nt the church from the negroes day. the price paid was refused. They Miss Verna Wall, of this place, want 200 per cent profit. The bodies of three American spent a few days with her sister, cowboys, Edith Wall, who is with Mrs. Henry Acord andAndrew P. Peterson, Hugh Burton Jensen, were Leach, ofKings Mountain. found Thursday by Lem Spillsbury, Mr. and Mrs. Monte Dishon visit- foimor scout with Gen. Pershing, on the Mexican side of the border. The ed Mrs. T. M. Alford Tuesday. Mr. .1. A. Johnson made a flying victims had been shot through the head many times, and their bodies trip to Highland Wednesday. stripped of clothing, hats and shoes. j Mis Mayme Brown was the guest NcLUE I and friends. , Pd g Compound, nnd the result is I feel like a new woman. I am well ami strong, do all my own hntlqp wnrlr nml have an eight pound baby girl. I know Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-ativFisilBACK, 1521 table Pinkham's Vege- fI?? Christy ?,Pera,? I Ave., Everywhere People nrc rejoicing over the few pretty days we nrc having nt present and lots of farmers arc plowing some getting ready to burn tobacco beds. Sol Crawford, n colored man, liv ing on Briscoe Crane's place, came near losing one of his fingers from being frozen, while coming from Mr. Caldwell's, where he had been to feed some cattle that Mr. Crane had there. Mrs. N. D. Snow, of Wnyncsburg, has returned home nfter n month's visit to her home folks. Her mother, Mrs. Bcttic Broylcs, Mnstcr Clarence Broyles and Mr. nnd Mrs. Shcrley accompanied her home. ' Mrs. Sallie Gbodc, who has been very low for some time, is somewhat better, we are glad to state. Her daughter, Mrs. Penny is still with her. j Mr. Tadlock, the aged father of Mrs. II. D. Gibson, is some better. Miss Byrd Robnrds is improving rapidly. Mr. Jim Bandy's family, ten in number, are having a time with the measles, seven of his children being down with that malady, while Mr. Bandy is not expected to live, nnd Mrs. Bandy is suffering with a broken arm, nlso. The now church at this place is going up right along, about six or seven men working on it every day when the weather permits. We hope to see it finished and pray that it will be a great benefit to our . I ! We Pay the Freight on SEEDS! Clover Advancing Rapidly Read These Prices $1 2.00 Red Clover, 99 per ct. pure, bushel Sapling or Mammoth Clover, 98 per ct. $ ' 2.00 pure, bushel Alsike Clover, 95 perct. pure, bushel $1 2.00 Northwestern Alfalfa, 99.78 per ct. pure $ 0.50 bushel $2.85 Timothy, 99.50 per ct. pure, bushel Red Top, 98.40 per ct. pure, pound 12 I 2c 25c each Bags, extra, at Remember these prices are laid down to stations as far as Stanford and McKinney. Samples on request. Prices subject to change. 1 -- j I Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Shively left this week for a few days' visit to relatives in Marion and Taylor coun ties. Golden Blend Coffee makes a drink fit for the gods if you do not pound try 4 pounds you will miss a treat. 25 cents 4 pounds sent postpaid for $1.00. 1 "The Apostle of Ven- Igeance," with Wm. S. Hart. Tuesday "The Smugglers," with Donald Brian. edy. Monday PICTURE SHOW PROGRAM Tonight "Perils of Pauline" and "The Mystery of the Leaping Fish." Saturday "Citizens All." Com- Wf arp in rhf mavlfpt for Rliif (ira;3 I and Seed Corn. Send samples, state quantity you have and quote lowest prices. P. S. jw Tumuwi.:uimmuw:iim.i..nu;;muuiuumuuuaiummuiumuwimuimuummtimiitftg. : L, 4- -3 - - - ) JgrnnTT BK3--- l 'HH,-- m ,1 ''few " U if!CTUaa WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,! i . Covington, MttttMM.ittiMiit.MitMMMiMtutiinMnm.Mitn:?tmiintm-U-iiiTittrititn,'ni Kentucky PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Surveying and Leveling Newland, Stanford ii " : ;ruis3ciuuufc CIRCUIT COURT HERE MONDAY Circuit court begins here Monday for the February term. The docket is a full one, seveial murder cases being set down for trial at this term. is services Are r ree No Obligation on Your it brings." Get Tanlac today if you are not feeling right. Delay in health matters is dangerous. Part Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stanford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. Coleman, Proprietor. Tan'ac can now be obtained in following ncarDy cities: Morelar.d, Ab raham Minks; Hustonville. Adams Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Joe Me Williams; Midtllcburg, W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros.; Brodhead, John Robins; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son; Wayncsburg, W. A. Horton. Ellis-burg, A NICE MONDAY, FEBRUARY. 19, 1917 PREMIUM FREE! He has wonderful success with many varieties of foot ailments and we urge everyone to take full advantage of this offer while it lasts, which will be for but a limited period. If you have -- tired, aching feet; pains and sudden cramps in your corns or bunions; toes and balls of your feet; weak ankles; callouses on the soles of your feet; painful heels, ankles and limbs; weak, fallen or broken down arches you how to Let him tell ---- For the benefit of the many readers of this paper who have foot troubles, we have arranged for the services of the foremost foot expert of the Scholl Manufacturing Company, of Chicago, New Yoik, Toronto and London, largest makers of foot comfort specialties in the world. Ha will give his entire attention, wholly free, to all who seek his help. And no one will be under obligation to purchase anything after receiving his attention. Orville Wright, flying machine in- Be sure your title is good. Let me survey your land purchase for you, ventor, will offer his services to the and make certain. Will go anywhere- government in the event of war, he M. C. has announced. He declared that he favored the building of small, machines, light and unarm' ed, except for a single gun. high-climbi- CAPT. AM BOURNE r.....i...1..J.....ferri.-...- - -- y.rva AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. The high dollar at your sale nil the time and at lowest price; sales cried anywhere. Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense J. M. REYNOLDS UNDERTAKER, WAYNESBURG. We carry a large and complete stock of Caskets, Robes etc ct all times. Phone: Farmers' line No. - -i Woodstock line No. - Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, Tinning and Guttering Guranteed. Myers' Pumps and Gray Engines "When In Doubt Take a Bath." W. K. WARNER CONTRACTING A Coupon in Each Sack of Phone 188 Stanford, Ky. No Obtain Genuine and Lasting Foot Comfort or if you have wqrn arch supports or other appliances without success let this Scholl foot expert give you his personal attention. Let him inspect your feet and tell you how to overcome your foot troubles. He has helped thousands of others and probably can help you to obtain permanent comfort, too. "corn doctor." He does not cut corns or callouses ho performs no operations. He simply inspects your feet and tells you how you can obtain instant relief and permanent comfort by mjchnnical means, using Dr. Scholl's wonderfully sjecessful scientific appliances and preparations lo produce the most desirable results. And remember, there is no charge whatever for this service. You will not be asked to buy a single thing. Neither need you be a customer of this store. COME IN Hundreds of people going to try to see this those who com-- ' early will EARLY pet haps thousands are Scholl foot expert, hut be more certain of his He is not a Ballard's Obelisk Flour for Contracting and Building of any sort Houses, Barns, Etc. Stanford, Kentucky. See B. L. FAGALY W. W. BURGIN DENTIST matter what treatment you have tried Livery and Auto Service Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Buggies; Open Day and Night. Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Trial, Wo Will Please You. Phono G. II. II. Carter, Manager. Colls answered day or night. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford. Ky. Those entitle you to a selection from Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Crab Orchard a list of attractive premiums FREE! Thursdays, Fridays Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding This week we have a No. 2 10c Canned Cherry extra nice. Now's at Stanford and Saturdays careful and put off your visit bo too late then. and come early. supports, let him cost you nothing. mosit thorough attention. So do not until the last minute you may Drop everything else, if need be, If yoir are now wearing arch readjust them for you. It will the time to get your GARDEN SEED T. W. PENNINGTON, Myers House Flats DENTIST Stanford, Ky. 240; Res. 165 The Only Keeley Institute in Kentucky ) For any information apply to ' J. II. WILLIS Crab Orchard, Kentucky Wo get you cash on Accounts, Notes, Claims, by collecting quickly anywhere in United States. Collection guaranteed or no charges. : : : : : MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Somerset, Ky. BRING THE CHILDREN Little weaknesses in children's feet may develop into serious and painful foot ailments if allowed to progress. Let the Scholl foot expert see their feet and show you how to take care of the little ones and prevent possible foot troubles. Let him tell you how to select shoes for the children how to be sure that their little feet will have plenty of room to grow correctly. Phone: Office Our goods are nice clean and fresh. We make prompt delivery J. B. PERKINS Rooms 28-29, Phone 214 DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. KY. CASH for ACCOUNTS Don't Let This Opportunity Slip by You This is an opportunity that no one should overlook. It may mean permanent freedom from the the discomfort, the pain of foot ailments. It is an opportunity that comes but seldom to most of us and you should lose no time in taking the fullest advantage of it. There are no strings attached to this offer you will not bo asked to buy a thing. So do not hesitate to come. G.H. Masters Phone 219 Plumbing, Tinning Phone 254 and Repniring of all kinds. For any Stanford, Ky. worn or this sort, see A. D. PARSONS J. C. McCLARY Stanford, Ky. To the Public: I rcjjrettnt the lurgttt anil Uit mn Je to- -ll rul r CU'IUUIK iiiiu.h in hub cuuiurr" T.T V. i'fl'c uml Co, Chlca-jo- . III. My c prrlt-ntin imakurln; anil dirictinc t)i uink jng of Jour rlutlun, rfivts uiu tli atlrantugv our nuu whu In not u uraitirnl tailor, 1( jou will irivu me jour order, I will proraUe you a niunrc dial You will pit Hip worth of jour moimy. I'ltlitr in iim iinuniii araam or tne Sly 1'AI.I, ami WINTKIC lil.lur iiri-i- n line nf tanijilis ts now nudy for your In ujiii now ami in mi mow you. .In lion, J. L. Beazley & Co., Parks & Hendren Co. Incorporate J i The Home of Good Shoes Danville, Kentucky Undertaker -- - HC DITDI CV lYU- - 1I I Practical Tailor Kv. Btankubu, Phone 42, Stanford. Em- '- ?mer Undertaker K.y. Ofllca Phon 16T - Embalmer noma Phonn 3 STANFORD. KY. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February, 16, 1917 Page Five PLEASE REMEMBER! This Bank Is Seeking Your Business and is fully equipped and prepared to care for it. On Jan. 9, 1917, its Surplus Fund was increased $ 1,500.00 Making its present Surplus Fund 30,000.00 Its Capital is 50,000.00 -- Girls! Thickens And Beauty Your Hair And Stop Dandruff Mrs. G. C. Rose is In Lancaster the guest of relatives and friends. C. E. Tate saw the nuto show at LouisVille'fcnrly in the week. W. H. Wearen was in Lexington v. The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. l J. S. HOCKER, Pretidcnt S. T. HARRIS, Vice-Preside- H. C. BAUGHMAN, C. HAYS FOSTER, W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. Bookkeeper Ait. Cathicr Ca.hier ( Personal and Social Coming Events Feb. 21st. On account of the funeral services of Mrs. Warren, the Woman's Club will postpone its meeting until Wednesday, Feb. 21. Feb. 23 Washington's Birthday dance given by young men of Stanford. J. 51. Carter has been confined to his home for several days with grip. Mrs. T. N. Aldridge is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James 3 Hallnan at Frankfort. g w, r.a-1-- K. M. Newland went to Louisville Thursday. John McKoberts, of Lancaster, passed through here Thursday en route to Louisville. Wm. Severance 'eft for Mew York today to buy goods for Severance & Sons' Store. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pence and Mrs. J. H. Wright and son, Julian were in Louisville this week attending the Automobile Show. Mi-- , and Mrs. Charles Salem, are the proud parents of a bouncing boy. The little fellow has been named Try ThU! Your Hnir Celt Wavy, on business Thursday. Judge Wm. Duncan, of Louisville, Clotty And Ahundant At DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN attended the burial of his sister, Mrs. Once AN IDEAL REMEDY FOR Warren here Wednesday. Charlotte CONSTIPATION Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pence, and Mrs. To bo possessed of n hend of heavy, James II. Wright attended the nuto. beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy, show at Louisville early this wnvy und free from dandruff is merr-l- y mobile In every family there is more or week. n matter of uing a little Dander-inMrs. Sallie Johnson nnd daughter, less occasion foi a laxative remedy. It is to meet this need that Dr. CaldMary Helm It is easy and inexpensive to have Miss Louisville Johnson came up well's Syrup Pepsin is piepared, and to attend the burial nice, soft hair and lots of it. Just get from of her father, Joseph Rout here on that this combination of simple laxaa bottle of Xnowlton's tive herbs with pepsin fulfills its purTuesday afternoon. now all drug stoics recompose is proven by its place in thouMr. and Mrs. J. P. Frank, Mrs. J. mend it apply a HtMe us directed sands of American homes. Hollouay and Miss Russell Ramnnd within ten minutes there will be A. Prof. F. J. C. Hertzog. the well sey, of Danville, were here Sunday an appearance of abundance, freshto see Dr. Burdett Ramsey, who has known linguist, 2,'itl North Orianna ness, fiufliness and an incomparable St., Philadelphia, Pa., wrote to Dr. gloss and lustre, and try as you will been quite ill, but is improved now, Caldwell that he has used Dr. Caldhis friends will be glad to know. you can not find a trace of dandruff Dr. and Mrs. John G. South and well's Syrup Pepsin in his household or falling hair; but your real surprise with excellent results and that he and will be after about two weeks' use, her mother. Mi". W. O. Bradley mot- his family consider it indeed a friend in theii limousine from Frank- when you will see new hair fine and ored in need, and fort to attend the funeral of Mrs. it on hand. always keep a bottle of downy at first yes over your scalp Bradley's .sister, Mrs. Charlotte War-- , sprouting out all over the scalp Constitution is the diieet cause of ren Wednesday. Danderine is, we believe, the only much serious illness and is a condiMr. and Mrs. Call A. Carter aiei sure hair grower, destroyer of dandtion that should never be neglected. ruff and cire for itchy scalp and it receiving congratulations from their Harsh cathartics nnd violent purganever fails to stop falling hair at host of fiiends upon the arrival of a' tives should never be embployed to handsome little son who was born once. ; relieve constipation, because the very If you want to prove how pretty Wednesday afternoon. The young-- violence of their action shocks the enwas before and soft your hair leally is, moisten ster's atti activeTic: mother T.i'i Wjilton. tire system. A mild laxative, buch as linr lYini'i i:nri ....... f.npv . . ........... Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a cloth with a little Danderine and ..!. ...... .... far and her son has been named Lihviu preferable, being carefully draw it through your hair mild and gentle in Dapauw Carter, in honor of her fataking one small strand at a time. its action, without griping or other Your hair will be soft, glossy and ther, E. C. Walton, and Mr. Cniter's B. D Carter. beautiful in just a few moments a father, Mr. anil Mrs. IUiell Brown, who Misses Mancie Ware and Nancy delightful surprise awaits everyone have been in Ashville, N. C. for the Hubble, of McKinney, are the guests who tries this. 1 past year, have returned to Kentucky of Miss I.elia Garner, near Crab Orhome. They came in chard. Donohoo, of the law departto make ik-.J. J. W. II. Higgins is in Louisville atSaturday evening, and after a short ment of the L. & N. at Louisville, attending the Hardware Association. visit to hii parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. tended the burial of Mrs. Charlotte William Huey, who represents the J. Brown, Mrs. Brown went to visit Warren here Wednesday. Phoenix Hosiery Companv, was here parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ram D. Mrs. Iders Green, of Bell county, Thursday calling on local merchants. her Cochran, at Lancaster, while Mr. Miss Nancy Yeager has returned Brown immediately went on the road returned to her home early this week home from Pittsburg, Pa., where she for a large house which Jie will rep- after a visit to Mr. Arch Green and in this has been speding several months with resentposition. section, a 'rv attrac family, several of whom have been The many friends of her aunt, Mrs. J. E. Johnston and Mr. tive popular young couple will cordi sufTering with measles at their home this south of town. Johnston. ally welcome them "back home." o. 25-ceDan-dori- Prof. Hertzog Praises This Perfect Laxative i I I ..,, pain or discomfort; its freedom from all opiate or narcotic drug makes it an idenl remedy for children. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in sold in drug stores everywhere for fifty cents a bottle. To avoid imitations and ineffective substitutes be sure to get Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Ser that a facsimile of Dr. Caldwell's signature and his portrait appear on " the yellow carton in which the bottle is packed. A trial bottle, free of charge, can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 155 Wash-ingtoSt., Monticello, Illinois. Mrs. Mary II. Terry and Mis Charlotte Warren, of Louisville, chiiip Wednesday to attend the funeral of their lelative, Mrs. Charlotte Warren, here. Mrs. Wm. Wilkinson, of Cincinnati, who was the attractive Miss OHie Phillips, of Liberty, before her recent marriage, has been spending several day here with her cousin, Misg Wilkinson. They went up to Crab Orchard Wednesday for a short Gei-trude 14-- r isit to Mrs Andrew Dillion. - : .Tray 2UJHtl mss ruZllK3EWBCKWKIKBIBBII3riJrLVKKBKH9KKmBfTlMf 3lrtniirtXiMt''r,irS'-f- 2rstGaEFz5nsESKFrmnK rSLt 4 IfHHlP ra p3 bjj vl vw iSL myj"-Tgn?,7.a- i 51 YEARS OF PROGRESS nzirr. riimrxzT7S?rri regrrry.are i :; Lexington's Biggest Sale Event of the Year Begins W William Kfccrfl a xi y H JL &. JL 41 and Mary Period Fumed Oak A LIST OF FINE Dining Room Suit .The dining room suit comh sideboard, prises a h cabinet, top table, china serving table and six chairs in the very latest fumed oak wax finish. This finish is the most durable known today. A substantial reduction brings the price down to $ 69 for the 0 60-inc54-inc1 1 Odd Pieces of Furniture At Nearly Half Price Each Is of Standard Brower-Qualit- y Wilton $67.50 Oval Wilton Rug 9x 2 size, reproductions of Oriental Kirman Shah Rugs, sale price.. $62.59 1 ill all 35c best grade Oatmeal Pa. . fapa pers, all regular colors; ..25c sale price, per roll 30c Duplex Oatmeal papers all regular colors; sale price 20c per roll 1 $20.00 Circassian Walnut Bed $37.50 Circassian Walnut Dresser $10.00 $29.50 ... Whittal Royal Worcester 9x 2 Wilton Rugs sale price $55.00 I $35.00 Circassian Walnut Chiffonier $29.50 White Enamel Chiffonier with ple mirror $30.00 Mahogany Princess Dresser $23.00 White Enamel Chiffonier $26.50 $19.75 $13.50 5c Pulp Oatmeal papers tri- Whittall 1 Anglo-Persia- n medium tan color only; sale 10c price, per roll 35c and 50c patterned Papers; two tone effects and small figures; sale price 15c and 25c per roll all-over . pieces. 9x 2 Wilton Rugs sale price $75.00 $1 2Q Pieces lO .. - $23.00 Birds' Eye Maple Dressing Table $9.75 Whittal I Anglo-India- n 9x -- - $d.75 $19.75 The handsome Golden Oak top and extable, with tending to six feet. Extra leaves $14.75 included. Sale price at 48-inc- A Dining Room Suit on Colonial lines. In pretty, genuine golden quarter sawed oak. This Buffet is a wonderful value $18.50 Golden Quartered Oak Wash Stand with mirror $1 1.25 $17.00 Golden Quarte ed Oak Shaving Cabinet $8.00 $12.50 Fumed Oak Hall Table Wilton price 2 Rugs sale $62.50 Bigelow Bagdad Wilton Rugs; 9x12 sale price $45.00 now Bigelow Daghestan Wilton Rugs, 9x 2 sale price $55.00 1 $1.50 Tiffany Blend Papers; sale price per roll. 95c . . $1.00 Tiffany Blend Papers; . i 70c sale price per ro 11 75c Tiffany $6.75 h $9.75 Fumed Oak Hall Mirror to match...$5.50 $66.75 Solid Mahogany Hall Rack and Mirror $29.50 $32.75 Berkey and Gay Solid Mahogany Hall Mirror $19.75 f Blend sale price, per roll Papers; 45c 9x 2 1 The Chairs of Solid Oak, a beautiful golden finish with genuine leather seat. Sale price each pa..&5 Rugs French Wilton sale price $82.50 THE GENUINE SOLID Thus you can secure this handsome Buffet, Table and 'Six Chairs, the entire suit, of eight pieces, only $4S.l?1) $12.75 Early English Oak Hall Seat $9.75 Brass Costumers $11.50 Early English Oak Hall Seat $6.25 $4.75 Corduroy, Jaspe and Chinese patterns, Bundhar Wilton Rugs, 9x12, sale price $57.50 Hardwick Wilton Rugs, 9x 2 sale price $65.00 I COWAN MAHOGANY $ $5.75 MARTHA WASHINGTON SEWING TABLE . . . 15 'fflre Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky; Junction City Friday, February, 16, 1917 SOME SPLENDID Central ky On Friday night, Feb. 9th, nt Mr. nnd Mrs. E. II. Gnlbrcath's n reception to which over 100 of the prominent citizens of Junction City, were invited. It was given by the Woman's Clul). The music was furnished by the Junction City Hand, of which Mr. S. W. Burke twas pro tern lender in the absence of Dr. Phillips and Mr. Dan High. Music, singing nnd piano playing were engaged in by Mrs. II. Clay Ilottom and Miss Zula Bottom, Miss Kate MeFarlnnd, Miss Ada NOTICE -- to- arms At BARGAIN PRICES We have an extraordinary fine list of real estate offerings booked with us for 1917. and we present herewith a few choice bargains. List your farms with us if you want to sell and see us if you want to buy. We have buyers asking for different size farms and at different prices every day. We advertise the farms listed with us, and do the business for our clients. Try us and you'll come again. No. 190 Farm of 194 acres; 100 acres cleared; balance in timbor; 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 of 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 i0 days. PRICE, and terms right. This is a real bargain for someone. w Steele and Stanley Catron and others About 75 were present in spite of the zero weather nnd refreshment were served by the ladies, nftcr paring oft" by means of pairing hearts. Rev. Ernest Ford, of Lexington, will deliver the baccnlaurcatc sermon to the Senior class of four young ladies and two young gentlemen on Sunday, May 13th at the Christian church and Prof. Fortune of Transylvania University of Lexington will deliver the Commencement address Thursday night, May 17th at the Crystal Theatre. The class consists of Misses Ada Steele, President; BesMayme E. sie Hogue, Wilkinson, Secretary; Emily G. Murphy, and Messrs. Frank P. McGraw, treasurer and Tom Blackcrtcr. Dow Singleton nnd crew have been working this week replacing under Vice-Preside- Prospective Buyers -- of- FORD CARS 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 I the most economical machine in existence. :::::::: pinning for the crossing of the railroad, here which the heavy freight trains have injured. The wrecking crew from Danville helped place the repairs. Mr. Earl Cosby has filled Mr. Mack Baucom's place at freight and passenger depot since November. Your correspondent was in Danville Saturday afternoon to take the Mark Masters degree in Masonry together with four well known Q. & C. engineers, Cipton Rhodes, J. D. Davidson, Thos. Strunk and R. O. Dome. He found Mr. Rhodes to be a former county boy, son of Dr. Lincoln Rhodes, one Shelby's druggists in the 70ties. Rev. Bruce McDonald, who is 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 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. 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 money maker. This property is on the market and is going to sell. It will pay you to talk to about this proposition. Our price is right. No. 192 batching at his farm near here since his sister, Miss McDonald is at the bedside of J.- R. Dodds of Danville, was with Rev. Ernest Ford at the Junction City School Monday and made quite a good talk to the 139 boys and girls there. Miss Dewey Arnsparger, of Louisville, has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. E. R. Galbreath the past week. Miss Arnsparger is beautiful and accomplished and very popular with the younger set. SJie arrived Friday just in time for the reception at - H. C. Anderson, Agent, Stanford Burton & Steele, Agts., Hustonville xnsBansasem Km residence; porch; cellar; large barn; smoke house, etc.; orchard, 200 trees, apples, peaches, cherries, etc.; (!5 acres in cultivation. PRICE on this farm right. Will sell or trade. 50 acres; 30 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 $15, 500; terms right. No. 152 90-acr- e farm; six-roo- grass; No. 189 20 m Five room house; 22x00; bam 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. PRICE only $1,400 and terms to suit. No. 154 store-rocun, Word has been received here th:r. house of Mi and Mrs. Mattingly at Lexington, was burned last week Mrs. Mattingly was formerly Miss Pauline Woods, daughter of Miss Sal-li- e Young, formerly of Shelby City. They carried insurance and saved some down stairs furniture. Mr. Richard Cox, a blind musician, who frequented the hotels and dep'ot here and who formerly lived at Parksville, died last Tuesday night of pneumonia. He was a devout member of the Baptist church and leaves a wife and daughter to mourn for him. Bryan Prewitt took charge at at night of the Harmon House during the absence of the proprietors at Marion, Ind., to Mr. T. J. Blanken-ship'- s funeral there. Mrs. Blankensip will not run this house as a hotel in Irwin Isbell has gone to his home at Bowling Green, where his wife has been since December. NOW IS THE IDEAL TIME TO VISIT Sloan's Liniment For Stiff Joints Rheumatic pains and aches get in- to the joints and muscles, making every movement torture. Relieve your suffering with Sloan's Liniment; it quickly penetrates without rubbing, and soothes and warms your sore muscles. The congested blood is stimulated to action; a single application will drive out the pain. Sloan's Liniment is clean, convenient and quickly effective, it does not stain the skin or clog the pores. Get a bottle today at your Druggist, 25c. FLORIDA or the GULF COAST RESORTS Get away from the cold and enjoy life in the land of Sunshine and Flowers Low round-tri- p fares and excellent service via LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD Farm and Stock News Probably no other field crop requires lime to such an extent as does alfalfa, and with the exception of rather limited limestone areas, practically all of the soils of the United meriStates east of the ninety-fiftdian require liming for the best development of this crop. It is practically useless to sow alfalfa on thin soils where the bed rock approaches the surface; on land which is underlain at comparatively shallow depths by hardpan; or in locations where the subsoil is so compact that roots can not penetrate it. Methods of planting corn by which one or two rows of an variety alternate with one or two variety of a rows have given higher yields than either variety planted alone, according to the aanual report of the Bureau of Plant Industry. Where there is likely to be a shortage of moisture during certain periods of tho growing season, dependence should not bo placed in a single variety; under such conditions two or three varieties which differ considerably in length of growing season should be grown. h eurly-matur-in- For Particulars, call upon local agents of this railroad the future probably. W. Mack Baucom returned from a two months' stay in Oklahoma City, Okla., Friday night. He has been engaged in traveling with Mr. Sisk and John McGraw and may locate there in the future. We cannot afford to lose him. G. I). McCollum, G. II. Preston, Sr Joseph Bonta, Pierce, II. C. Catron, Chas. Rosel and Harold Burke went to Frankfort with a party last week to try for a new depot for Junction City. C. C. Bagby of Danville went with them. Millard Blackerter started out as conductor on Q. & C. railroad a few days ago, but was ill and had to come home, where he has been confined to his room ever since. Master Everett E. Owens, of the Junction City High School, Freshman, stood up lust in an oral spelling match on last Friday, out of 21. George Blackerter has accepted a job on (J. & C. at Danville, as headlight filler and we hope he will stick, savo money and prosper. Born on Feb. 7th, to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mustin, a fine baby boy, The mother was formerly Miss Lillian Trisler of Shelby City. Mrs. Douglas Roberts of Loekland, O., returned to her home after n pleasant visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Tharpe. Mrs. B. D. McGraw entertained tho Embroidery Club Thursday with refreshments as usual. W. M. Lowry, of Nicholasville, it fertilizer traveling man was tho guest of G.'D. McCollum last week. John Mugeo was sick lust week of grip, hut was able to go to Danville farm; 80 acres 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 snap. No. 179 HC-acr- o 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 g No. 147 70 acres and 00 acres of this good bottom land; house of four rooms; store room, 10x28; and barn, Ul.x.'il; and all necessary outbuilding. New double crib; 25 acres of this farm in grass; well wuteied and new fencing. PRICE right and terms easy. later-maturin- g Swift and Armour Brands of Fertilizer And can sell it to you right. acre No. 189 Town lot of and cottage of five rooms; kitchen and all; smoke house; chicken house; stable, etc. PRICE $700. 3-- 4 E. T. PENCE. IT -- 1 1 Its Sumi vtfUl ime in Florida Two Daily Trains: Through Pullman car leaving Louisville 7:55 p. m., arriving: Jacksonville 8:50 p. m. Through Pullman connection on train leaving Louisville 7:20 a. m., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 a. m. The Southern Railway is the direct line to Asheville, Aiken, Augusta, Charleston, Columbia, Savannah, bumincrvillc ana otner soutnern resorts. Dining Car Service Winter Tourist, Variable Tour and Homescek ers' Excursion Fares now in effect Stopovers and other special features. Full information and MPCarty Stanford, Ky. Office Phone 180 Home Phones 152 and 184 Saturday. Reynolds was confined to his home last week with blood poison. W. A. Southern Railway ms B . fares from local Southern Railway agent or write B. H. T dd, Distric t Pass'r Agent, Starlet Bid g., Louisville, Ky, The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February, 16, 1917 IS YOUR NAME I Page Seven in OOUl Children Cry for Fletcher's WRITTEN HERE? PERFECT HEALTH IS EVERY ROMAN'S MRTIIRIGIIT. A Go Up A I if fjl 1 1 J If f SW .SA ffr '" m A i Honor Roll Of Tho.e Who Have Paid Subscriptions To I. J. Since January 1st. Prescription That From Girlhood to Old Arc Has llccii a Messing to Womanhood. When n cvl a woman, when becomes, u mother, when n life Prospects Of Striking Oil Incfcnse All The Time Corns Peel Right Off With "Gets-It- " 2 Drops, and the Corn is a "Goner l" When jotive e.t f wntk on I tie H'li i "f our "ht.o to M"' iwijr r tiwfiil fiotr tti' lomnion-'diii- rum iimiii1". Here's one tlmiK to do. olili a woman The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been . uas, ui uvci uvcr ou years, nas Dome tho' signature of ana nas been made under his per- ms of low, send in your subscription nt when health and sttengtli nro iwnt once, if your time is up, that it mny needed to wn 1i.il and the pain and distress nppenr in next publication of The I. often caused by geverc oiganic. disturb ances. J. Honor Roll: At thw rrilica! limes women arc Reuben Tritsch W. S. Flowers W. T. Littrcll C. If your nnmc docs not appear be- woman passe middle-- life, nro (he three period through the manges of All Counterfeits, Imitations and " d are Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health but of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. I Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Just-as-goo- tv J. C0lX Littrcll Dr. Evert Smith E. H. Farmer M. What is CASTOR A II. II. James Smith V. B. Wylcr I). L. SpoonamoreJ. W. Carter Anderson Burch 1. R. Gossnge ISourne Maynard Hubbard Hester Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neiUcr Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has Jecn in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, md Coll.; and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regmating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. W. A. Gossage GEHmm CASTORIA always Bears the Signature of J. S. Cover J. S. Gilmer Claude Wilcher G. G. Walker W. L. Cordier Jerry Tugglc F. P. Fitzpatrick L. P. Nunnelley Goebcl Jones W. II. Hughes G. S. Carpenter B. Chancellor Albert Gooch G. L. Graham V. O. Walker J. U. Myers R. R. Gentry Annie 11. Steward J. T. Roberts B. D. Holtzclaw W. .1. Holtzclaw Cd&ifx&&4i6K Ib Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always IMKW Lewis Nave Cleve Bourne F. Von Gruenigan Mrs. 1). B. Gooch A. L. Rankin II. I). Frye John Heed Win. Franklin Mead Gill Owsley Dunn F. T. Long S. Morgan M. L. Myers F. J. Green Bought Ida Waters Theo. Po.well E. M. Carter Georgia Sutton Mrs. G. A. Gilli-MrH. N. Noe Mat Dricsler C. C. s. THE CENTAUR COMPANY, land Walter McGufTey Mrs. Anna Green C. G. Dunaway J. II. Watts John Camcnisch I). B. Edmiston W. Weatberford W. II. Murphy Mrs. B. Jones Mrs. R. E. House W. D. Tardif W. D. D. S. RifFe G. W. Goodrich YORK CITV H. S. J. Luce Withers Lynn J. W. Wheeldon F. Grimes Ten Day! Specials We will for ten days longer, only, give you Sale Prices on All Goods. Men's Suits and extra ?ood 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 W. M. Adams R. W. Hocker Mrs. W. G, Mont-- Louis F. Geo. Spoonamove A. D. Adams C D. Hocker R. R. Noel Mrs. Ben Spaldig T. K. Tudor Elizabeth Ashley J. M. Evans John Lutes J. E. Jordan Lawson Mrs. J. G. Robt Burdette crieff Mrs. Maggie Fish M. B. Carson B. F. Robinson Sliel Oatts I). J. Rigsby S. Retherford Mrs. M. L. Vanoy C N. Dugan Marcia Smith .1. G. Livingston P. E. Parrish W. W. Pitman J. A. Dunaway Mrs. J. Robinson Mrs. Ed Matchett Theo Fickc Oz Reynolds W. L. Lawson Mon-Martin gomery W. D. Johnson ,1. W. Hocker A. J. Johnson W. P. Warriner F. Cummins Routt taut fincn Margaret Shanks Jim Clark Geo. P. Bright J. T. Morris W. Mrs. L. Holmes J. II. Baughman W. B. McKinney J. S. Baughman E. W.Ukmson C. C. Tanp W. II. Wearen S. E. Hubble B. L. Fagaly K. J. Francis J. C. Williams W. F. Dishon Elmer Coan F. B. M'Alister W. A. Tribble A. W. Holtzclaw P. P. Trueheart .1 Oj-.frj- S. W. Givens Mrs. M. Gooch Jno. B. Stout Joe J. Arthur Miller C. Eubanks T. C. Rankin 11. 11. W. K. Warner A. Von Gruenigan J. T. Jones Misses Br'nrht Mrs. H. C. Allen B. F. Cain J. C. KenEvert Adams Win. Severance Lottie Carson Mrs. Eliza Coffey J. L. Haoltzclaw .Mrs. ('. rJ. miller H. D. JUcClure McKee Itiffe II J. L. Conway J. 15. Jones J. T. Wilkinson .Warner - 11. C. Opposite The Penny Drug Store Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank New Prices on Auto Tires We eliminate the undesirable adjustment features. See our window display and get our prices. ry price. A new proposition! A money saver! Along felt want! A satisfactory tire at a satisfacto- W. H. Hi ggms Mr. Farmer We have on hand now a number of Chattabest on the market for your nooga Plows-t- he spring needs. Come in and look them over before you buy. GEORGE H. FARRIS .making of auto supplies, and at bronchial affections quickly relieved. Ore., there was one which touch-- ! 2fjc. At all Druggists, ed mv heart. It was the conversion of a brewery into a ijUKuiiin-'iifactory and the factory is now makBee Lick of its output of Vivo, ing A brewery in which is Most all of the people in this part South Omaha is substituting a nonalcoholic for an alcoholic drink. Anhave colds or grip. brewery in St. Paul is doing V. W. Thompson has been confined other the same thing. Some are converted to his room for the last week, but is into cold storage plants and one is going into a yeast plant. There are better at this writing. been on the sick many things you can use a building A. L. Proctor has for besides the manufacture of poislist. on for the killing of your fellowmen. Mrs. W. M. Scott has been sick but W. J. Bryan. is better. Inactivity Causes Constipation Amos Cordial's little daughter, been quite sick for the Mollie has Lack of exercise in the winter is last few days. frequent cause of constipation. You A. L. Scott has returned homo from feel heavy, dull and listless, your comStearns, where he has been working plexion is sallow and pimpy, and enat the carpenter's trade. ergy at low ebb. Clean up this condiTaylor and Elder are doing a nice tion at onco with Dr. King's New business nt the old J. II. Cordial Life Pills, a mild laxatlvo that restand. lieves the congested intestines without A. C. Taylor visited his brother, griping. A doso before retiring will W. E. Taylor Sunduy. assure you a tun unu easy move-- , Hugh Taylor, of the Buck Creek ment In the morning. 25c. at your Druggist. Bcction, passed through here Sunday Sa-'le- and drove to drunkard's graves, and then wo will talk about compensating Fred Bauman them I'oranv nccuni&rv loss they may Dollie McP.ee suffer. Let them give back the prico Mrs. Albert Skidmore of many things or which tnoy nave Gconro Lay J. Q. Rowland deprived society before they ark for .1. J. Myers S. M. Chandler money recompense for the dunging Mrs. B. Broaddus J. A. Cross of their business buildings from dis.1. B. Higgins J. D. Wearen reputable to respectable. C. C. Williams C. M. Buck We don't take the brick out of a R. P. Chandler M. II. Johnson wall if we close the saloon. We nm-pl- y Kidder Mrs. A. M. Key-require that the building shall be nolds Jas. Burkett used for another purpose, and you B. Floyd Nannie Kite might as well say if you pass a law James Smith prohibiting a man from using his gun to kill hN fellowmnn you must buy the HOW TO CHECK THAT COLD irun from him as common justice. Why, all we do is to say instead of When it is painful to breath and selling something that only Pa wants fever sends chills up and down your they shall sell something that the family can use. These distilback, you are in for a cold. A timely whole will still stand, and in other leries dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey cities they have already commenced will stop the sneezes and sniffles. The to put them to better uses. At Flint, pine balsams loosens the phlegm and Mich., one brewery sold its plant to church nnd it is now be clears the bronchial tubes, the honey a Methodisttor religious purposes, an ing used soothes and relieves the sore throat. .improvement, I submit, over what The antiseptic qualities kill the germ it was used for before. At Lt'iisimr, and congested condition is relieved. ! Mich., there is a, brewery which is beCroup, whooping cough and chronic ing converted into a factory for the Cox John Huffman W. P. Lawrence B. Chancellor Edward Carter Miller Hill Ed Perkins David Rankin J. A. Beazley Plato Cullip A. R. Bennett Arnold fortifi'd by the use of Dr. Picrco'd an old remedy I'M Tito of ptwed worth that keiH the entire female system perfectly icgulatod and in excellent condition. Mothers, if your daughters nro wenl:, lark nmmiinn, are trniilil.-i- l witli Head aches, latitude rial tim pale nnd sickly. Dr. Picroi's Favorite Prescription .. if ,. . . . i I.... I i... ...:..1 lllt. Wliai Illcv lll'Ml to SlircIV IHIIlg t HO ccruuiii.v soiiieneiv miner i.nniiii blooiii of hi all'li to tiieir cheek's and make is believed by almost everyone, tin tonly question being where to stnki thonmtrnngnnd healthv. Ihr (.rl-H- l'Wilier.Aour I nrii"Tln- - iit peculiar to woman, it. The Mt. Vernon and Somerset pa For all II Ilroiile.x. ..well In I.OU-.Dr. Picru's Favorite Prescription is a liters both tell of the oil interest in, Slirlwt, and l'vi-- Oil'. ill the' tiiiwerful restnr:itive. Diiriiii? llm Inst those counties, which also lie on the Put : or" rtroi" of "Ocis-H- " Inllatn-tuuiie- i, liftv wars it has banished fiom the lives belt in which Lincoln is located. The t'.ilu .mil lorn riMii uv .t will tlsiiip ir, tlw corn will of toiuof thoiiMindsol women (lie pain, Mt. Vernon Signal said last week: l'pln to slu from tl 't instant The oil development has been tern- worry, iiimtv anil ilislres- by off. '..Irn It Wx.i lis mil I..1I- - ii-irreniiiaritu.i and diseases of a feminine porarily suspended during the win- -' ' In no oiinr There's character. ter months, but this does not mean the wiulil th.it nils lik. n"i;etM-lt.- " dlijeovcr) I. .is l"i imttlc In No new If you are a sufferer, if your daugh- that the interest in the Rockcastle J t" was sinir ter, mother, sister, need help, get Dr. oil field has been lessened. The open- liorii Uon't foru'l ili.it l.ut. "OutsPierce's lavorite Preeriptinu in liquid ing of spring will see a number of j tlnex away furevei with the use it" salves that Irritate, tin ml n mm that of or tablet form from any medicine dealer wells going down, judging from, reiiuile a liutiillf of umr toe, iilntilurs Then mldress" Dr. Pierce, In- ports and the effort that is being that hair do the wc.rk. knlvea an J Ijlood Uho "Gets-It- " valids Hotel, Buffalo. N. Y., and i:et made to secure leases. There is not MclMHors that dm no more dlKKiiiK or euttliiK. confidential incdieal advice entirely free. a tract of land in the county which j "(Jets-It- " U solil everywuoru. 36o a You can also obtain a book on woman's has not already been leased or earnPottle, or sent on rieelpt o! prlco by diseases, flee. estly solicited by a dozen lease takers. j;. Ijtwreiice A Co.. Chleapo, ill. Every woman should be careful that the The ICockcnstle Oil tc lias i;o., nave Sold in Stanford and recommendis active and the poisons are not, the bit hung in the Cummins well ed as the world's best corn remedy liver allowed to clog the system get rid of accounts for the stop on work with by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The by taking Dr. Pierce's that company. They expect to re- Penny Drug these pui-oStore. Pellets, whieh regulate and invigorate sume operations in the early spring, stomach, liver and bowels. Keep the and will probably go Kill or oOO body clean inside as well as outsidel feet deeper with that well which is lent reports on this section and denow down about 1,200 feet. The sim- sire to thoroughly Investigate the on his way to his father, W. T. Tay- ilar conditions exist with the drilling matter. at Brodhead and also on Clear Creek. lor's. If Rockcastle has the oil which all Brough-tontowJ. W. Scott and family of VANHOOK BLACKERBY oil men believe slit has, there is no are the guests of W. M. question but that it will be found by Wesley Vanhook, son of Mr. and next June at the outside. Scott this week. The Somerset Journal said of oil Mrs. William Vanhook. of near HighMiss Pearl Mink of Spiro visited developments in Pulaski: land and Miss Margaret Blackerby. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mullins Sunday. There is little doubt but what there the pretty and atrraetive daughter of Miss Mattie Stringer visited her will be extensive drilling operations in Pulaski with the coming of spring. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. BUtckerby, of the sister, Mrs. K. B. Ilerrin at Quail. A great many foreign companies that Green River section, flrove to Stanhave leased land in this county it is ford and were quietly made one at said will develope their holdings as HOW THEY DIFFER the weather opens up. These men the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. HubState Senator Bal Trigg, of Glas- look upon Pulaski as a rich field. A bard. The room was decorated with gow, who is a holdover member of the good many of the companies that have pink and white flowers. The bride Asked his icw regarding his position struck it rich in Kstill county have was dressed in a dark blue coat suit several thousand acres leased in Puprohi- laski. A plan is on foot to organize a with hat to match and carried white on the question of State-wid- e bition. Senator Trigg declared that local company and put down several carnations and ferns and never look- he was opposed to confiscation of wells Several of the business men of!0, niort. beautiful. After the cere- ;i!...i ii. .:.. .i ii.. ciiy i , int. ineir niieiuioi. ,hi , lrove to the property under any guise. Louisville rf t'lbiiiir nave s.giiinc i m l J i ItVIMII, 1lWV.IV in L'tudi iirfm V"IIVVlll rii'i fll OUl II home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace FarTimes. lizing the fact that should oil be The liquor men say that wo must found here, it would be a big boom mer, where a nice dinner was served. Well, when we for the county. Within the last week Their many friends wish them much compensate them. passed laws against the carrying of inquiry has come from New York and happiness on their journey through concealed weapons we did not com- Oklahoma oil men about conditions life. pensate the makers of revolvers for here. Thev say they have had excel- the destruction of their business, and when we pass laws on any subject we 39 compensate the people who do not have invested in business that took of the law. and of all the the the liquor business is the Don't be misled by thb term, for building nnd tonic properties in thoulast business that should have asked boas or sands of cases arising from disorders for compensation. Why, these men the appearance ot pimples, more se- of the blood. It washes the poisons indicate something known the ki.nl of business thev rashes than a mere "breaking out" of fro n the system and aids the blood in luie were engaged in: they have known rious skin. These eruptions are, in its worl: of cleansing and invigorating the thai ihey threatened human life even reality, signals from nature that the the body organs, throwing off wasto They know for the moderate drinker. is impoverished, debilitated and matter, and keeping the body in a northe lumber of drunkards tht't they blood in need of help. Of counc you can mal, healthy condition. l trail ed for drunkards' graver,, Prove those facts for yourself by away the infected yet .hey ask you to give them bvck sometimes drive places by applying " alve or lotion. taking a bottle of S. S. S. and write inImv ino'nev that thev may lose by unless you tic.n u.em uric., gn u,e to our Medical Department for inforvesting in 11 business that they fully, your case. Swift ,.. ,.,. 1.....1.-- t medium of the .diwl. ., !,.,. ". wi I octui mation abcut SOI ....i t Specific Co., Swift Building, and aC; un " the mother the boy they took from I prcven its wonderful Atlanta, Ga. S. S. S. her and brought to a ilrunkards let them give back to th. irnie: wife the husband of whom they de- rrrrinrY.xivirMir"ir'?ir.xrrJ-fficmMa-iinrmil liberately robbed her; let them give the fathers L orphan' child-e- n back I -- st, . . interest is being aroused all over the south end of Lincoln county over the drilling for oil which is now being actively proocuted in the Muck Creek seetbn. Gas from the first well struck on the Albert Sehul- er place is still being used for fuel, and Mr. Schulcr lias bud his home piped and is using the gas for heat- - j ing and illumination purpose. Land values have almost doubled in tin t section within tins past few monMis, mill i.v'nrvuni. spfliw ri't'tnin tlilit oil is bound to be found. This Held seimn, to lie in the direct prth from the hs till fields and the Wayne county oil fields, tiii- experts say. That oil i .. Alut'li I I . 1 S3to mtvuM U 1 iv-l iit H i -I M W' "H .h. es I to-da- , i I Get at The Soura of Your "Skla Sise&es j - "t E-- ; ' J"mt whi.m they first converted into brutes The Ten-Da- y Factory Sale OF WILSONOLAS 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 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-pianMr. Frank Buck, the factory repreto consult sentative. Special prices will be made during this sale. Store open evenings. o ""u one-fourt- h c. 11 J. L. Beazley :::::: Factory Representative in Charge Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February, 16, Farm and Stock News Walter Hintt, on the Danville pike weanling bull sold to T. A. Ballard, calf for $30. .Tumi. ltonn. of Danvllk', bought a nillle of W. T. Rob- inson, for $180 lute last week. R. R. Lhimron, of the MeCormnck's chinch sctelon, sold Ave yearling steers to Allen Bros., of llttstonville early this week at $7.50 a hundred. Thcv averaged about 500 poundr. George McCowan, of the West Knil ..,. Jr Will Mc- i.i ti ..:.,.. ..vir-v,... iiivi- t. ..,! miiu tnt. 4r,IV, in Dick Martin, of -, " T)nnvlllc. he 'old a drove of hogs that totalled 1.015 pounds for $100 C. R. Martin, of Danville, was on the local market Monday, looking 'em over. To Emory Watts on the Danville and Stanfoid pike, he sold seven head of cattle that twinged 000 pound, at $39 a head. J. L. Hutchins, of Danvile, was over Monday, on the court day market. He bought three Taney Jersey cows last week from Col. J. A. Shuttle-wnrof Boyle, at $75 a bead. C. C. McClure, of the northern section of Gnriard coui.ly, bought the Jell" Stigall farm on the Garrard and Lincoln line last week at about $35 an acre. There are said to be about 105 acres in this place. W. T. Robinson, of Boyle county, wtis on the market for the right kind of mules here Monday. He purchased three during the day which suited him, paying from $180 to $100 a head for them. All three were females and aged. Harris & Woods, the famous mule aiv.vnni-.n1i1 1917. HERE'STHEHOG m '" v$&SKi3? uoukdon arrtErv co -- Yes-,BvuiVlKKa?XEHN tmt'Xfi i l AhitWzS. C I a 3W Urf.Vj-'H- --. r.'w.:am- i fy Southern Folks Know What Is What - Lcxlnnton, Ky. rncioscd find phnto of hoir that wa cured of cliolen With yout Bourbon Hoe Clioleta Remedy. Tin-- , liojf wj nlr ,rt (lend before 'ninsr ibc tnrmcinc. nnu men was em.rny curcn, ,pt low of ears. tall. etc. The liotfl owncU by .Mr. Skiirs uwinsr, ot nowiinei.rccn, Ky. mo will bo clad to clvo yoit n testimonial, nnJ wo can Bet several more It you want the" JENKINS-SUULUTDllUO CO.. Howllrnr Orccn, Ky w i . !...,.. r ,,. - ,.. -- Ask Your Druggist (or It Sold By THE PENNY DRUG STORE E. R. Coleman, Prop. Stanford, K7. Unt'le Sam has sent word to the rebels of Cuba that in no way will we lecogtme them. h, CENT -WORD ADS (Ails here are 1 cent a worn each Issue, rash with ordr; no ml lets than 2Sc each Issue.) AUTO SERVICE anywhere; day niRlit; teasonable prices. Call phone 23-1- . T. II. Fads. or 14-4- Hog came to" my place; ESTRAY owner can Ret siiiiio by paying for keep and this adv. J. A. Manning, Turnersvilie. 13-- 2 AP We know Sheep from Goafs- - MlMjjr Get overBahytcil- kSOVEREIGN. 1KSWr and 'rfcpSatibigBMs Tails wmBBBmmmmnaEmmammmm It's a compliment- -it proves that I must be right that I must be of the finest So, I say to myself : "I am worthy of these fine friends of mine, I keep myself clean, and sweet, and pure, I see to it that I live up to my every promise." And so when my friends refer to my good old Virginia and Carolina stock, and my fine, white, cleanly home I certainly am proud. Because 1 FOR SALE Pair of comiiiR of this county, mixed sexes; Rood breeders and dealers mules, .1. W. sold a pair of coming ones out of those biR mares. 12-- 1 Williams, Stanford. mare mules to a Mr. Marsee, of Garrard, here Monday, for S425. The evergreens, hybrids were also as black as tar and A DAY RatheriiiR $5 10c brings book beauties of their kind. roots and herbs. New on the Danville .1. M. Rankin, and war prices. Botanical-Oil- , P pike, bought of T. W. Jones a drove Haven, Com.. of 17 bhoats thiit averaged 05 pounds Lindsey paid $0.50. FOR SALE Two pair of m.ilcs; for which he Mr. Jones and the other Rankin also bought from one pair of yearling!, averaged s. B. G. Gover. a drove of 38 sboats, that coming 75 pounds at the same figure. 1 Stanford, Ky. Tuggle Bros., of Boyle county, were on the market here Monday FflllVD ;in niiln tire: 303 inches; new, on the first of January. with a nice bunch of live stock. To Owner can get same by proving same T,.,1IW r. fii-eat the stock yards, ' and paying for ad and rewnid. Ad- J tfl,11 hoiul of s 0CIS.. f ,,4iiMi 12-- 3 Ky. dress Box 33. Hustonvillo. 10 averaged ." ) pounds and the oth or one weighed 800 pounds. The 10 FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets. sold at $7 a hundred and the other Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, They also sold one one at "Mi.?.". Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, s! or to Joe Xoger, of Pualski. Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribblc Jndsey Rankin, one of the "hust-liiW97-itwo-year-o1 four-year-old-1 l'V Down South here folks are mighty keen on sizing things up. We know how to tell the sheep from the goats. There isn't much sense trying to pull the wool oyer) our eyes. It must be the way we're raised. Weget over baby talk pretty early. We soon stop tiying to put salt on the birds' tails. We learn it's no use to fib. And I'm Yes we get pretty wise. mighty pleased to know that millions of men of the South are smoking me 5, t" Stanford. f Let me fit you for CORSETS as every your bpnng Corset. I have some very believe in me, I I want you all attractive models in iiotii me apirena All." ?of SOVEREIGN! friend. And why and Spencer makes. Miss Ella May Saunders, Stanford. , me good word Danville pike, had them in nice shape. land they averaged 1,100 pound at SHORTHORN BULL I will stand time of delivery, of the East End Phil B. Thompt-on- . me registeied my line legUtered Shorthorn Bull, Henry, to of the county, turned a neat profit a limited number of cows, at $1.50 on a pair of mules here Monday right at the gate. J. S. Gilmer, Morelnnd, quick. He bought a pair of coming is known, said it, I 13-mate mules from his Ky. I brother, F. L. Thompson and in half given you mine. his an hour had sold them to J. L. LOST A lady's small black leathYeakey at $10 profit. He paid $325 er pocket book, envelope style, for them and sold them for $335. Phil a dollar bill and several mis- is one of the smoothed young tind-e- i sionary envelopes, ome Xmas seals in the buhiuos, any time. and otbei things; lost between Mrs. W. W. Owens and J. II. Stephens, ReC. L. WniienN and cemetery. membeis ,.of a hurilliug and,, popular ward for return to Mis. R. M. R ... '. . trailing nrin 01.. uueu ... ."...! siock p sold a herd of half a doyen heifers here Monday to J. G. Halsey, of 20-Ye",K! FARM LOANS tlu helier Wn,f ''"""frcTt,,n aIt.,!f'10 a 1JeiuL ,l, ,,ert in sums of $2,000 or more. No loan tsuicner, 01 i.ioeiiy, iiie.v mn buicii fee charged. Phone or Write head of calves, at $37 a head, on the D. A. way here with their herd of stock, Lancaster, Ky. which numbered 37 head when they Crescent started for the Stanford muikct. Gen. John B. Castleman, of Louis- LIV.E STOCK MARKETS Gicely Lutes and J. J. Myers, of progressive Clinton A bunch A. J. Edwards, the East End, of Heights county cattle of and farmers came bought from Booneof Broyles, of the Middleburg, were at Liberty lust Hogs line under yesterday's ave- - ville, and Capt. Henry L. Casey, ser- men S12.10(S12.30: liirht. Danville, have tendered their day sales Monday Plato section of Pulaski last week a week and bought some corn from G. vmre: bulk to Stanford court Stock $1 1.00(0)12.25; mixed $11.9512.35 vices to Secretary Baken in event cents a pound. W. Grider. to look over the local maiket. Like ' drove of 85 hogs at rougn !ii.un heavv $U.y.iCl Cattle, of war, through Senator Beckham. section, they Thev nvoraired about 80 .pounds. 1,, ltmirhnn onnntv. C. P. Mann has (SU2.10; pigs $0.40(ri)10.70. so nianv others in that ... - . native beef cattle $7.85o)$12; postJ. to Aberdeen-AngU- S iritzimtrick, of the Hubble purchased the C. N. Martin farm Cattle subscribed for the I. cattle keep stock- yt pf S()1,i and feeders $0.257Dy.25; and t on markets and acres of improved stackersand heifers $5.20 (o) 10.40; SL,ctioil( of 10 bU.ers to taining 27 lllu.h Sheep, Duroc Jersey Hog. cows sill through this section. In Phii Sheep wethers, ,own, of Garrard last week at land at about $300 an acre. The calves $U.75(o14. The best bloodlines of each of thee conditions "vv1 '""" " $7.25 a numbed. The beeves averag- - place was nougni as an invesimeui. $ll(o12; ewes $8.10()l 1.7ft; lamns, s indiid- - lnv "mv" Bl'"-'1famous breeds Albany, J. M. Littrell, of Savage, W. ed 725 iiounds. T. W, Jones, ot the local siock $12.40(0)14.90. for .stile at all times S. Flowers, of Rolan and W. T. R. F. D. No. 5 In the Bee Lick section of this yards, shipped four car loads of hogs E. V. Cnraon, Prop. (mWKffi Mf'O-Mf- J of Savage. Stanford, Kentucky county, W. K. 'layloi bought a sev- - to the city markets this week. It is GOOD is half of a Good Sale. Let me cry ENDS CATARRH, ASTHMA, mare of Ban Owens of understood that most of. them were your sale and I will get you top Bronchitis, Croup, Cough and Coldi, ol cents, Biodhead for $150; Amos Cordial bought at from 10 to 10 I will go anywhere you want Preachers-eoiniin- ? price. school rooms John M. Ciess, of the bought of W. E. Taylor a pair of money back. Sold and guaranteed bj oorly Ventilated, me to and always treat you right. M. H. JOHNSON tine vein- old mules for $240. ville section, sold a bunch of butcher source ol colds. Contact wun are a frequent Jay Weil, of Lexington, was here cows to Ilull'man anil Wood, of this Phone 1920. R. 1). 1, Stanford, Ky. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. riiilrli-owho have colds is another cause. on Court Day, as usual. From Tug-- , city this week at 7 cents a pound. Damp clothing and wet feet are often responsible for gle Bros., of Boyle, he becured hero There were 22 in the ileal, it is un- that croupy cough, soie throat and tight cheat. 30 heud of mixed stull", which he says dei stood. u Clarence LeBus, the tobacco magran in weight fiom 300 to 000 pounds Dr. King's New Discovery is the remedy for your and cost him $7.50 a hundred. Mr. nate has bought of Abdallah Park children when they catch Weil has just bought about twq loads from Ben Hey, of Cincinnati. The A"w .yvH like it too. cold. Grown-up- s in this section to till nut 'orders for nionerty contains 75 acres, half mile For nearly 50 years it has Cynthiana with modern resi- suitable light f eiders. numeious barns and stables, been used in bronchial affecI .1. C. Fnv iw.ii- Stanfoid n imv. mA lun,)hitlK..,u ,.. I have a full line of High Seeds with satisfactory results. Danville, bought up a niimbei tions of uw, foj. ,, Unr. .. ,, TlK, plit... ot me mu.es nere Monoay. It quickly loosens the cough orchard, blue grass such as clovers, c()Un . sunt them to Wuvnu county to bell' u the cold. and checks said to be ibout $304 nr me, for samples and delivered red top, etc. this week. Among their purchases total of $22 500. Your druggist has sold it 11 young farmers in the county, sold a herd of 24 feeding steers to Whitehouse and Johnson last week ., T?:meo r. .. llv.lli.l.. iuuititi. .t ,po.y, ., !,,,,,,!. .,,1 iMimwla Mr . grasswno nn i,a(j tnl. beeves on .in am, sjage at his father's farm on the You Folks of the South KNOW good blood! You folks of the South KNOW good tobacco ! to want not 13-- 2 for -I am a cigarette smoker here in the South Here's another them "King two-year-o- I am guaranteed by 1F four-year-o- ld I get If you don't like me return me to your dealer and A Southern gentleman your money back. have word, and have the world over for keeping cou-tjuniu- g . II-I- vereign Cigarettes t FOR THE aENTLEMAN OP THE SOUTH 99 ar - Th' THOMAS J&np of&A&m - CU6 j Farm 1) - ".; j 1- -1 High-clas- ' HYOM Fl Lit-tiel- l, AUCTIONEER ld ' 1- -2 P drafty - . n . rht . f- - Field Seeds Grade Farm timothy Write Lexington, Kentucky - anitH.a L fh for years. 1 ry it. were the following: 11 C) yi'SSSrrr- - Blackerby yeailmg mid a for which they paid $250: from J tunes II. Woods they bought three at $150 each; thebo were from Harris and Woods, they purchased three coming all females for $125; from John li. Foster they secured 10 head, mostly mares and coming three-year-olds; s. fromR. prices. THE OLD RELIABLE' W. BUSH NELSON MMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. 4t-eo- w f h