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No. The Interior Journal 15 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, February 20, 1917 Lancaster Mule Sales Good prices were paid for mules at the auction sale of a number of nice hybrids held by W. B. Burton nnd J. E. Robinson at the former's barn in Lancaster Saturday. Mr. Robinson sold 10 coming at an average price of about $100 a head. The sales made by Mr. Burton were as follows: Pair of mare mules to G. A. Smith for $450; d pair of mare mules to Ed Perkins for $400; pair of mare mules to Wlls Rogers ld three-year-ol- Tuesdays and Fridays FEBRUARY TERM OF, CIRCUIT COURT Began Here Monday Judge Hardin Charges Grand Jury Strongly On Law Enforcement Lancaster (By "Billy.") J. Price, Allen Johnson, Joe Kavanaugh and Glos3 Cnrrier attended the K. A. dance in Lexington Friday night. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird left on Monday for Florida where he hopes to gain much strength after his re cent siege of pneumonia. Gowcr Bourne was a visitor here Sunday. He holds a nice position in the railroad offices at Dnnvillc. Miss Lida Raincy, who is attending K. C. W. at Danville, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Raincy for the week-enSells a Hupp Messrs. John G., and Robt., Kinnnird, proprietors, of the Arcade garage, sold last week to Mr. Pruitt Thompson, a handsome Hupmobilc. These young men are hustlers and we predict for them their shnro of auto sales. Invitations have been received for the reception to be given nt Millers-bur- g by the M. M. I. Feb. 23d. Mr. and Mrs. .1. I. Hamilton were visitors in Frankfort Sundny. Miss Carrie E. Miller is visiting in Richmond, the guest of Miss Minnie Messrs. T. d. All Sorts of Taxes Spe- Good Prices Realized At Auction In Proposed Sn Bills Introduced In cial Legislative Session That City Saturday Assistant P. M. Resigns FIRED VOLLEY William Grimes .Tenders Resignation AT BURGLAR After About a Year's Service Lafe Morgan and O. L. Minks Mads It Hot For Midnight Marauder sistant Postmaster of Stanford for year past, late last week tenabout n At Milledgeville Sunday dered his resignation to Miss Mary Bruce, postmistress, to take effect by Lafe Morgan and his March 1st if not sooner. Mr. Grimes O. L. Minks, who runs the auto bus Mrs. W. P. between Stanford and Danville, came is n son of Mr. nnd Grimes nnd is one of the best known near "getting" a burglar who broke and most popular young men in into Mr. Morgan's store just west of Stanford. His action came as quite Milledgeville, in the west end of this a surprise to his many friends. So county, Sunday night. They emptied far, he says, he has not as yet made two revolvers nt him nt close range, any plans for the future, but has but so dark wns the night that tho several things in view. Mr. Grimes midnight visitors escaped tho bullets succeeded T. D. Newland, Jr., as as- nnd made off in the darkness. He sistant postmaster in the local office carried with him a sack of flour, a lot when the lntter resigned about a of meat and other groceries, but did year ago, nnd so far a. the public not get into the cash drawer of Mr. generally has been concerned, has Morgan's store. made a most capable and faithful The intruder was first heard by official in every way. No announce- Miss Irene Morgan as he gently shook ment has yet been made as to who the front door of the store, which is his successor will be. locnted right next to the residence. Miss Morgan then heard him go to SAVED MR. HENZEN'S HANDS. the rear and force open a window. Father Leo took Emil Henzen, n Her mother heard him too and they well known farmer of the Ottenhcim informed Mr. Morgnn and awakened section to the Good Samaritan hospi- Mr. Minks, who with his wife were tal in Cincinnati last week to have spending the night with her parents. Mr. Henzen's The two gentlemen got out their rehis hands treated. hands were badly frozen in a recent volvers and started out to intercept cold spell and for a time it was fear- the burglar as he came out the wined that they would have to be ampu- dow. He had evidently become alarmtated. After specialists at Cincin- ed for he was leaving as they got out nati had examined them, however, it the door. It was so dark they could was decided that they could be saved, not sec him but they called on him which is good news to Mr. Henzen's to halt and when he did not give family and friends. any evidence of doing so, they opened up their artillery at him, but the Here, Everywhere. visibility was so bad, they probably did not incapacitate him from makLexington's High School team de ing a strategic retreat, though both feated the Somerset High School at are of the opinion he must have carried some lead away with him. They basket ball Friday last 33 to 23. Centre College defeated State Uni- think there must have been a couple versity at basket ball at Danville late of men mixed up in the deal to have gotten away with the amount of loot last week 28 to 24. J. C. P. Myers, age 87, probably which Mr. Morgan missed from his the oldest of the early settlers of store next morning. Rockcastle, died last week. The girls' team of tho Kentucky MRS. JENNINGS LOSES FATHER Wesleyan College defeated the team Mrs. Ben Jennings of this city, was from the Kentucky College for Wo- called to Danville Saturday by the men at Danville, by a score of 27 to death of her father, James W. Ham14, it basket ball last week. ilton, aged 71 years. He had been in Dr. T. mint Stucky died in Louis- ill health for several years and was ville Sunday at the Beechhurst San- taken worse Friday night, sinking itarium. He was a noted physician rapidly till tho end came. He was a and became insane several months member of the Methodist church, and ago. He was a brother of Dr. J. A. funeral services were conducted by Stucky, of Lexington. Rev. Overstreet, of the Perryville Miss Margaret K. Judge, 57, for- Methodist church after short services merly president of the Catholic Wom by Rev. Turner, at the home. His an s Club, and a lame contributor to charity through independent means, wife preceded him to the Great Bewas married last week in Shelbyville yond four years ago. In addition to to Joseph E. Hutchins, 30, who has Mrs. Jennings, of this city he is surbeen her chauffeur for the past five vived by seven children, two other years. A large steel net was dropped in daughters and five sons. Hampton Roads to protect it from invasion. It stretches Acids In Stomach submarine across the entire channel from Fort Sour the Food Wool to the government pier at Old Cause Indigestion Point Comfort. The failure of the Dutch governFixes Sour, ment to adopt the policy toward Ger- "Pape's Diapepsin" Upset Stomachs Gassy, many that was adopted by the United In Five Minutes States, is declared to be due to the presence of five Germany army corps You don't know what upset your on the frontier. stomach which portion of the food did the damage do you? ADDITIONAL PERSONALS Well, don't bother. If your stomW. L. McCarty was in Louisville ach is in a revolt; if sick, gassy and on business last week. upset and what you just ate has ferMrs. George B. Cooper has been mented and turned sour; head dizzy on the sick list for several days. and aches; belch gases and acids and S. D. Campbell, who has been at eructate undigested) food; breath Springfield for some time, is here foul, tongue coated just take a litwith his grandson, E. B. Campbell. tle Pape's Diapepsin to neutralize Mss Mary Miller, of Richmond, acidity and in five minutes you wonwho visited Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Em der what became of the indigestion bry last week, is. the guest of rela and distress. tives in Danville. Millions of men and women today Dr. A. S. Price has returned from know that it is needless to have dysNorton Infirmary at Louisville great pepsia. A little Diapepsin occasionally improved in health, his many ly keeps the stomach sweetened, and friends are glad to know. they eat their favorite foods without Mr. and Mrs. James Elcey and fear. Mrs. Sara Steward have returned If your stomach doesn't take care home after a visit to the hitter's sis- of your liberal limit without rebelter, Mrs. W. II. Curtis, on tho Crab lion; if your food is a damage inOrchard pike. stead of a help, remember the quick-est- tj surest, most hnrmless antacid is These? Pape's Diapopin which costs only Have You fifty cents for a large case at drug A poetic contributor submitted to stores. It's truly wonderful it stops n Northern Weekly an effusion, en- food souring und sets things straight, titled, "The Lay of the Lark." It so gently and easily that it is really was returned with this editorial note: astonishing. Your stomach will digest "Rejected with thanks. Send a few your meals if you keep acids neutral15-- 1 specimens of the lay of the hen just ized. now. We will gladly accept them." SEE THE NEW STUDEBAKER. SEVERE COLD QUICKLY CURED A handsome new 1917 Model Stu- December first I had n very debaker automobile has been receiv"On severe cold or attack of he grip as ed by Acey & Pence, who will hanit may be, and was nearly down sick dle this popular machine tho present season. Ihc new model is a in bed," writes O. J. Metcalf, machine, 50 and Mo. "I bought two bottles of Cough Remedy and it u beauty in every way. It is on exhiChamberalin's was only a few days until I was com- bition nt Mr. Penco's store on AVest pletely restored to health. I firmly be- Main street. All who plan to pur lieve that Chamberlain's Cough Rem-cd- chase cars this season are urged to is one of tho very best medicines sec this machine and have a demonand will know what to do when I stration. It has all the late improvements and is a beauty in every have another' cold." Obtainable William Grimes, who has been Asson-in-la- The Fcbrunry term of the Lincoln Circuit Court began Monday morning d after Deputy Sheriff Francis had called the court to order and stated all was in readiness for business. A grand jury was impanelled, nt once and Judge Charles A. Hardin delivered a charge which was as full of interesting matter as it was of instruction to the 12 men who sat before him. The Judge went thro' the category of crimes and admonished the jurors to keep inviolate their oath to investigate all the infractions of law that could bo brought before the body. He told of the law being the foundation of good government and that the infraction of an law, however small, was a stroke at the very foundation, hurtful to society, and if not called to halt in its might lead to greater and worse things. He hoped that the time would come in this grand state McBride. of ours that when law was trampled Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cook and under foot, it mattered not how in- daughter, Miss Margaret, and Miss significant the offense, the people Mary Lee Lear were in Louisville would rise en masse and stand for the past week for the auto show. the enforcement of that law as it had Dr. J. A. Amon was in Frankfort been placed on the statute books. Saturday on business. Judge Hardin painted a beautiful Capt. Am Bourne sold to Arthur word picture of Gov. Stanley going Beazley, colored, a coming to a southwestern Kentucky county mule for $1.'I). and quelling a mob which was bent Robert Burnside sold last week a on the hanging of a negro. "The gov- pair of mules for" $380 ernor was willing to give his life to protect that of the negro but his Hustonville main object was to save the state the disgrace of mob violence." said the The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Judge. Continuing, he said: "There Gilmore Burton, died Wednesday is not a man in my hearing who night of pneumonia, after a lingering would not give his life to protect bis illness was buried Friday afternoon. Jesse Mason, aged l(i, son of country. Then why should we not Mason, near town, left Monday T. L. for give of our time and talents to en- parts unknown and has not been force the laws so that they will be heard of yet. respected by all classes? Had laws Jacobs, the monument man of been enforced as they should have in Stanford, placed a $500 monument Calloway county it might not have on the lot of the late J. P. Bailey here last week. been necessary to have gone to the Ed Nunnelley has been notified to extremity of the governor of the report to the army headquarters . state placing himself between danger once. Will Murphy, son of J. S. Murphy has also beennotified. and the negro." Rex Reid. of Somerset, was a visi Judge Hardin discussed at length in our town Wruensday night .thc evils, of gambling, bootlegging, tor Thursday. and "bawdy houses, etc., and read a porQuite a number of relatives and tion of the report of the vice com friends followed the remains of "Unmission of Illinois, which recently cle" Joe Rout to their last resting madje its findings on conditions in place at Stanford Tuesday. Chicago. It showed that liquor, lust ' Jerry Adams and wife, Misses Prill motored and gambling were the greatest fac- -' and Bee Newbernand spent to Stanford Wednesday the day tors for evil. He insisted that the with relatives. Miss Jessie Powell who members of the grand jury do all in ha3 been the guest of her sister, Mrs. their power to eliminate this trium- -' V. II. Murphy returned witli them. virato of troubles. He was told by a ' James H. Reid came over from gentleman as he entered the court Danville Wednesday for a few days. ' James II. Cloyd of the Fork, was house that liquor was openly sold in here Wednesday morning and reports Stanford, but that the county is' rea- the quail iu fine condition. He has two sonably clear of it. fine covies on his farm. "Do your best, gentlemen, to bring Mrs. John Sandidge arrived here to justice these violators of the law Tuesday night from New Castle, Ind., and your efforts will be rewarded, to be with is her mother, Mrs. Uriah Dunn, who quite ill. Clean Stanford of the whisky vendor U. M. Ncwland, the hustling inand you will do your neighbor and surance man, of Stanford, came over yourself the gieatest benefit possi- on the 9th, and adjusted the insurance on the damage of the college by ble," said he. which Dick judge told of the miserable thea cyclone, when was $2,500. insurThe is hustler it comes to practice of and in- ance. structed the jury to try and indict Mrs. W. R. Williams is quite ill those whom they knew to be swear- at her room at Hotel Weatherford. ing to untruths. "Do it if you have Our telephone company is doing to lose sight of the case you are lots of much needed improvements. A mad dog scare Is on at Kidd's working on," said Judge Hardin. is said and there are "I had hoped that the carrying of Storedogs in itour town that have been two concealed weapons would be discon- - bitten by mad dogs of that section. that tinued when such a heavy penalty John Gill Kinnaird and BiHy Mawas placed on that violation, but it! son, of Lancaster, were here last Friseems not to have had the salutary' day demonstrating the Hupmobile to some propective buyers. effect desired. Use your best efforts A. C. Dunn, of Wilmore and daughon this class of Judge ter, Nancy Lee, who is attending school at Millersburg, spent the'week Hardin said. The laws against the destroying of with Mrs. Mollie Campbell. lish and game were fully covered, after which the jurors went to their Clip This room and got down to business. On Dresser The following gentlemen compose the grand jury: Ed Jones, Theo Cincinnati Man Tells How To Shrivel George Rankin, Frank 1 Up Corns Or Calluses So They Henry Hester, J. C. Florence, T. Livingston, W. II. Singleton, J. Lift Off With Fingers James Jones, G. W. Edwards, J. B. Adams, James G. Carpenter,, Jr. Mr. Ouch This kind of Hobbitt was made foreman and Mr. rough talk will be heard less here in Carpenter clerk. town if people troubled with corns The petit jurors are: Joe Chancel- will follow the simple advice of this lor, R. II. Cooper, W. T. White, W. Cincinnati authority, who claims that S. Embry, Ed Poynter, J. W. Holtz-ela- a few drops of a drug, called e T. J. Estes, R. L. Albright, T. when applied to a tender, achA. Brent, Eph Manuel, Hud Sims, ing corn or hardened callus stops Samuel Bishop, W. R. Dillion, Faul soreness nt once, and soon the corn Finch, J. N. Carter, E. T. Pence, Jr., or callus dries up and lifts right off A. C. Sine, Nathan Hall, M. F. without pain. John McKinnoy, W. D. He says freezono dries immediateSam McKinnoy, John L. Beck, ly and never inflames or even irri13. M. Cowan. tates the surrounding skin. A small bottle of frcczone will cost very SOMETHING GOOD little ut any drug store, but will posiThose who hate nasty medicine tively remove every hard or soft corn should try Chamberalin's Tablets for or callus from one's feet. Millions of constipation. They are pleasant to American women will welcome this take and their effect is so agreeable announcement since the inauguraand so natural that you will not tion of the high heels. If your drugrealize that it has been produced by gist doesn't have freezone tell him to 15-- 1 a medicine. Obtainable everywhere. order u small bottle for you. Wenth-erforincip-iency, ld for $417.50; a ld four-year-o- ld mare four-year-o- mule to Mitchell Taylor for $235; a team of mare mules to Mitchell Taylor for $357.50; a marc mule to Vic Lear for $227.50; a pair of mare mules to Clark Bros., for $280; these were little fellows; a team of aged horse mule3 to Taylor Raindy for horse mules $300; pair of to Ashby Arnold for $325; an aged horse mule to Woods Burnside for mare mule to $150; a a Mr. Morgan for $175; n pair of marc mules to Wils Rogers for $310; a pair of mare mules to Boy Broaddue for $320 a pair of aged horse mules to a Mr. Foster for $275. ld four-year-old four-year-old two-year-o- ld four-year-old Stock Not Collectable Says thrce-ycnr-o- ld Referee Worthington Of Unpaid Rural Credits Subscriptions three-year-ol- d i I ! l false-swearin- g " j and Pin Wife's No-lan- d, Bob-bit- t, The many Lincoln county stock holders in the defunct Rural Credits Association, are much interested by a decision handed down by William Worthington, referee in' bankruptcy and special master of the United States District Court in which he adjudged the association insolvent. The ruling, if upheld, will throw the association into bankruptcy under the s Hearings of expressions of Federal law and take it out of the on the various bills will be achands of the receiver, R. J. Colbert. cording to the following schedule arFour arguments were submitted in ranged by Representative W. A. the case. The fourth was that the Price, of Covington: company did not comply with the February 19. Members of present Kentucky Statutes, Section 543, re- unci 1912 State Tax Commissions, cent, of D ;inks and building association. quiring that at least 50 per the capital stock be subscribed before February 20. Manufacturers and a company many undertake to do bus- commercial bodies. iness. This was sustained by Mi. February 21. Farmers and other WorthinKton. who further held that ri nt oatntn nw n mo n n rl Vinnrlc nf iVin the time they wore taken, but that. Stiteilopart;-nents- . theybecamervoid'"beVhUse the associa-- i February 23. Representatives of tion had placed itself in the hands of iml)cr, lumber, mines, railroads and a receiver before the 50 per cent, was street railway interests. subscribed, and that the association, February 26. Representatives of therefore was insolvent. municipalities and hscal courts. Mr. Worthington's decision is to February 27. All persons affected the effect that the unpaid stock, sub- by the proposed bills not specificially scriptions are noneollectable, holding mentioned above. that the corporation never legally Sessions will be held at night and completed incorporation. The other speeches limited to one hour, three arguments, one that the com- amendments turned loose on the Tax pany was conceived in fraud, another Commission's bills as soon as they that it was impossible from the come up on the (Hood was perceived to carry on its undertakings. in the announced intention of various i and its subscription contracts void, Representatives to present ideas of were not made a part of the insolven- their own. Richard Radcliffe, from cy decision, which upholds ouly the Henry county, proposes to change one argument cited. change the commission of three to one of five or seven, and to have the commissioners elected, like the Court LITTLE GIRL DIES of Appeals and the Railroad Commis- Josephine Carpenter, the a flood Thnt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan sion. He there will bethe salary of of would reduce B. Carpenter, of Dayton, Ohio died each to $3,000 a year instead of at an early hour Sunday morning as. provided by the bill, and cut to $10,000 inafter a short illness of meningitis. the expense account allowed by the stead of $20,000, as The child was a grandddaughter, of bill, outside of printing. Radcliffe Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Carpenter of points out that the commissioners this county. The remains were ship- should be responsible to the people, ped to Danville and arrived there and that the taxpayers should have them. He says that this morning at 11:30 o'clock and the right to name by a Governor may tlie appointment were brought hero for interment in be personal or political and not repthe Buffalo Springs cemetery today. resentative of the wishes of the voters. No public body does more efficJ ient work than the Court of Appeals, CHILD BURNS TO DEATH. asserts Radcliffe. The child of Mr. and The House decided to hold two sesMrs. Ramey Shepherd of Rockcastle sions daily, sittting as a committee of county, was burned to death last the whole to hear all persons interestweek. The little one was standing ed in the three revenue and taxation measures before the House. On moin front of an open grate when her tion of Representative Treadway, of clothing caught fire. The mother, McCracken county, three new mem who was only a short distance away, bers of the Republican party were nnd Taxation heard the screams of the child and added to the Revenue Representative Committee. They are ran to it as quickly as possible, but Treadway, W. M. Webb and tf. A. before she could extinguish the Wilson. Representative Harvey offered a blaze the child was so badly burned joint resolution that it died several hours later. Mrs. Judson Harmon, inviting and United of Ohio Shepherd wasbadly burned about State Senator Hiram Johnson, of the hands. California, to address a joint session of the Legislature on the question of revenue and taxation at their conveNews of Churches nience within the next three weeks. two-thirtwo-thirCar-rolko- n. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 20 Discussion of the proposed tax laws by W. C. Davis, of Versailles and Elwood Hamilton, of Frankfort, both members of the 1914 tax commission, nnd Senators Brock and Glenn, members of the present commission, occupied most of the attention of the house nt Mondny's session of the legislature. Seven new tax bills were introduced. A bill by Representative Howard, of Woodford, provides an annual license tax of 2 cents on each ton of coal mined; an annual license tax of 2 cents on each barrel of crude oil pumped or produced and an annual tax of 1 cent on each 10,000 feet of natural gas pumped or produced. Representative Spurrier, of Grayson, introduced bills providing for an annual license tax of 5 cents on each barrel of crude pertoleum produced; a license tax of 5 cents on every ton of conl mined or produced; a license tax of 10 cents on every proof gallon of distilled spirits and a license tax of 10 cents on every quarter barrel; 20 cents on every barrel and 30 cents on every whole barrel of malt liquor manufactured in this state. An enabling act levying a special tax of 20 cents on the $100 of property to be used for road and bridog construction was introduced by Radcliffe of Henry county. That tho spirit of harmony and the intention to work solely to the one end of common good reign at the beginning of the special session of the Legislature was evinced last week in the mariner in which the lower house unanimously abrogated the d i favr of the majority rule. The resolution to do away with the rule which required a vote to change a rule was introduced by Representative Frank C. Greene, of opin-io'i- f There, and ld $4,-00- 0, two-year-o- ld the !?!.?!! free-zon- s, active; steers, $C10.25; heifers $G 9.25; cows, $6.508.25. Calves Sheep receipts $G 13.50. The tipplo and washer of the e Steady Coal Company burned last week. 100 head; steady $00.C0; lambs The loss is over $30,000, with no in- steady, $10$14.50. surance. Hig-nit- Presbyterian Church service on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock in charge of the elders of the church. Subject "Religious and National Education. The Woman's Society will meet with Mrs. W. M. Higgins on Friday at 2 Oo'clock. mid-wee- k STOCK MARKET. CINCINNATI Hogs Receipts 4,400 hend, steady Heard packers and butchers $12.5012.70; common to choice $"8.50 12; p'Rs und lights $8 11.85; stags $7.50 10.75. Cattle Receipts 2,000 head; New-lan- d, THE BEST RECOMMENDATION The strongest recommendation any article may receive is a favoruble word from the user. It is the recommendations of those who have it that makes Chamberlain's Cough Remedy so popular. Mrs. Amanda Gierhart, Wuynesfield, Ohio, writes, "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has b'cen used in my family oft and on for twenty years and it has never failed to euro a cough or cold." Obtainable i liver, vomiting of partly digested food and then bile, you may know that you have a severe bilious attack. While you may be quite sick there is much consolation in knowing that relief may be had by taking three of Chamberlain's Tablets. They ure prompt and effectual. Obtainable FOR A BILIOUS ATTACK When you have a sovere headache, accompanied by a coated tongue, loathing of food, constipation, torpid Wea-therb- y, horse-pow- er y wuy. . 15-- 1 Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: The Interior Journal 8. M. Tuesday, February 20, 1917 and FnorMrros tttond clan at wltflofnwll Stanford, Kv., matter, SnfiTfrf at the Walk-Ov- er Subscription Rates Both tatuM n week, per ypr..................$l.B0 1.00 Twice ix wffk, for 8 monthly........-...- .. 75 week, for (1 month-.......- .... Twice .40 n week, for 3 month................. Twice Once n week, either Wme, per year........ 1.00 lo nil; paSntoeriptlnns are per stops when time for which It l paid, l up & Nettleton NjitAMtWllO Shoes for Men We show Political Announcements. The Interior .1otirnl U iinthorlted to an nouncc the fnllowlne candidates for office (no-'e- y to the Democratic primary the first In AiiKint, 1P17. (Announcement fee for each county office la $10; for district office, $15; for eltv or majtMcrlal office $5. No nnnoiincement will bo made until fee la paid In advance.) J - L V 'jr- -' fiM 7 JT ? --- k "V Bees know x enough to r - save For State Senator JAY W. HARLAN II. CLAY KAUFFMAN J. R. MOUNT. For Sheriff J. II. LIVINGSTON. For County JudRe M. S. BAUGIIMAN. W. S. DRYE. M. F. NORTH. tfmJ'O TVER The mafTwith money Dut5 some in the Bank where it is safe Bees have HONEY in the winter because, ns they work every day during "blossom time," they carry the honey to their hive. You can have MONEY in just the same way. EARNING money regularly BANK some of it. While you are T. A. RICE The Carlton An "English" with the "look" without the pinch. Broad ht the ball, plenty of toe room. Character and comfort combined. Carried in tan and black. : : : : For County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY. For Representative H. G. SKILES. For Jailer two illustrations of 20 styles carried. Each style is a shoe classic coupled with comfort JT JF M f The Ardsley The Ardsley is one of the Nettleton Master lasts. This shoe represents the absolute utmost in wear. Nettleton Shoes arc a sound investment and a real economy. : : : : and durability W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMER For Assessor J. N. CASH For Magistrate 1st Dist. J. T. DUDDKRAR You are not going to let a little BEE get the best of you, are you? 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 ood merchandise. Our store is the logical place Put YOUR money in OUR bank. We pay three per cent interest. Saufley to buy your shoes. COME AND LOOK. The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky SHERIFF'S SETTLEMENT A settlement made by G. B. Cooper, Commissioner, appointed by the Lincoln County Fiscal Court, at its regular October term, 1916, with J. G. Weatherford, Sheriff of Lincoln County, as to the collection of the county levy for the year 1916. By order of the Lincoln County Fiscal Court, made at its regular April term, 1916, fifty (50) cents was levied upon each one hundred ($100) worth of taxable property in said county, as equalized and certified by the Auditor of Public Accounts, also a levy of $1.50 on each male person (21) years, as returned over the age of twenty-on- e by the Assessor, and listed by the County Board of Supervisors, and the County Court Clerk. certified We are having a warm spell which we are all glad to see after so much cold weather. Mrs. Bertha Martin has been on the sick list. Mr. C. W. LovcII and daughter, Elizabeth spent a few days in Somerset last week with relatives. Mrs. George Martin is visiting relatives at Georgetown. Miss Ida Floyd is visiting her sister, Mrs. Sam Boone at Somerset. Senator R. L. Hubble sold 3,090 Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Messcr and pounds of tobacco on the Danville children, of Stanford, were the guests market Tuesday at 19c a pound. of her mother, Mrs. Susie Adams James II. Yowell, of Hustonville, Sunday. bought a load of light steers from J. Rev. Childress filled his regular ap- and S. Weil here last week, paying pointment at Fair View Saturday and $7.50 a hundred for them. The Sunday. beeves averaged 500 pounds. The school at this place closed Fri F. F. Fitzpatrick, of the Hubble day. D. C. Lair, who taught this term section, sold 2,800 pounds of tobachas indeed been a good teacher and co on the Danville breaks Monday the pupils are sorry that school has at a net average of 1G 2 cents a closed. pound. Miss Sarah Sampson was the guest of Miss Elizabeth Lovell Sunday af- h McRoberts & Bailey Stanford, Ky. El of the woman who will live in the hearts she left behind for she had heaped up riches that abide. She had brought joy into the hearts of those upon whom misfortune had fallen. "Lord let me know mine end and the number of my days," read the preacher, and the hearers knew she had prepared for the end by helping to make this world a better abiding place for those who live after her. A gentle woman in the fullest sense of that word, for not in all the universe was there a man or woman who could treasure against her malice for wrong done, pettiness displayed ii :::::: I III I' ' Farm and Stock News or injustice rendered. During the past weeks, weakened by her long illness, her thought of others was as dominant ns in the days of her greatest strength, her voice as gentle, her smile as sweet, her heart as tender. In her death. Lancaster, the place of her 'nativity,, and Stanford, the place of her adoption, lost a woman of charming personality, gracious manner and beautiful christian character. The equal of t the highest, the loving helper of humble, it was a benediction to know her and none could know hoi but to love her. the-mos- ternoon. Misses Jennie nnd Sarah Sampson were tlic geusts of Miss Ida Floyd To 50 cents on $7,359,017 of taxable property Auditor of Public Accounts To 50 cents on 23.83 miles C. N. O. & property at 527,000 per mile To 50 cents on 23.83 miles Remainder T. P. R. R. 1912 (?300,060.) To 50 cents on 23.83 miles Remainder T. P. R. R. 1913 ($312,110.) To 50 cents on 23.83 miles Remainder T. P. R. R. 1914 ($321,042.) To 50 cents on 23.83 miles Remainder T. P. R. R. 1915 ($233,094.) To 50 cents on 20.70 miles Additional R. 1915 ($101,834.) To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 by $GG,79S.08 Railroad Franchise Tax T. P. Ry. on $898,488 4,192.44 Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Lair and little Give It When Feverish, Cross, Bilison were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ous, For Bad Breath Or Sour Henry Fields Friday. Stomach All Children Love "Syrup of Figs" for Liver and Bowels Up-to-Da- te Franchise Franchise Franchise Franchise C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. & 0. 0. 0. 0. & 1,500.30 & 1,500.55 & 1.G08.21 & 1,008.47 Franchise L. N. R. 509.07 41.41 14.93 31.90 29.40 34.22 15.80 71.81 94.00 348.70 703.70 84.11 291.01 78.45 81.90 74.34 129.23 2,258.27 3,245.05 ' cents on $8,283 American Tel. & Tel. Company cents on $2,987 Hustonville Tel. Company cents on $0,391 Pullman Company cents on $5,893 Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co. cents on $0,841 Southern Express Co cents on $3,172 Adams Express Company cents on $14,303 "Western Union Tel. Co cents on $18,800 Stanford Water, Light & Ice Other Franchise Tax Co Lincoln County Bank Tax cents on $09,770 on First National Bank of Stanford .... cents on $152,710 on Lincoln County National Bank .... cents on $10,522 on Bank of Moreland cents on $58,322 on The National Bank of Hustonville.... cents on $15,090 on Crab Orchard Banking Co cents on $10,380 on Waynesburg Deposit Bank cents on $14,808 on McKinney Deposit Bank cents on $25,810 on People's Bank of Hustonville ...:.... Mother! If coated, it is a sure sign that your litBus McClure was in Somerset one tle one's stomach, liver and bowels day last week on business. need a gentle, thorough cleansing at Mrs. Lewis Waleott and baby have once. returned to their home in SpringWhen peevish, cross, listless, pale, field, Ohio. doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act natThe stork visited the home of J. urally, or is feverish, stomach sour, Walls Saturday night, Feb. 7. and breath bad; has stomach-ache- , sore girl. left a throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a Dennis Nelson returned Sunday teaspoonful of "California Syrup of! from Cincinnati. rigs," anu in a lew nours all the toul, Acton Spears gave a social last constipated waste, undigested food Monday in honor of Ira Tilford and and sour bile gently moves out of its Dan McCarty, of Danville. All re- little bowels without griping, and ported a jolly time. you have a well, playful child again. Chas. Wesley is wearing a great You needn't coax sick children to smile over the arrival of a take this harmless "fruit laxative" girl at his home. they love its delicious taste, and it A Bible Institute will begin at the always makes them feel splendid. Baptist church here Sunday, FebruAsk your druggist for a ary 25, and will continue for a week. bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," Come out everybody and hear the which has direction for babies, chilgneat speakers from Lexington, Dan- dren of all ages and for grown-up- s ville, Somerset and a number of oth- plainly On the bottle. Beware of er places. counterfeits sold here. To be sure Mrs. Norman Hamilton and baby, you get the genuine, ask to see that of Somerset, came up last Monday it is made by "Calfornia Fig Syrup to spend a few days with her parents Company." Refuse any other kind Mr. and Mrs. Jasper. 15-- 1 with contempt. Look nine-poun- Eubank at the tongue, GLASSES AT- - d ten-poun- d 50-ce- nt The Lincoln Pharmacy Dr. W. N. Craig, Optician J. W. ACEY, Proprietor Stanford, Kentucky To 50 cents on 151,054 I,. & N. Tangible Railroad Tax To 50 cents on $019,010 C N: 0. & T. P. R. It. Tangible prop- - Tangible Railroad Tax Sand Knob Marion Galloway purchased from Willie Zeller six hogs and two calves. Mr. Zeller sold one of the calves before ho reached home to Dave Kneo-pfl- e. Marion Galloway also bought a nice calf from Bertha Benedict, for which he paid $19. Mr. John Shields and family have been the guests of D. M. Owens for several weeks. Murion Galloway bought from Marion Frost, a cow and calf for $05. Ho also bought a faim from D. M. Owens. Mrs. Gusta Carman has been vis- BEAUTIFUL TRIBUTE TO MRS. R. C. WARREN erty To 50 cents on $35,950 property omitted by the assessor and ... listed by the county clerk To 4,517 Polls returned by the Assessor and Board of Supervisors at $1.50 each To 90 Polls listed by the county court clerk t: is entitled to the following credits $5,180 duplicated piopcrty $30,713 delinquent property $17,923 property exonerated by County' court.. $85,980 propel ty sold to State nnd county Total amount Dirt Road claims by Sheriff, less Com. $0.32 Sheriff's Commission for collection on $59,889.30 Sheriff's Commission for collection on $10,273.87 school tax-B-y 9 double listed Polls at $1.50 cath . 18 women listed with polls 78 Polls listed to 2 Polls listed to firms 9 Polls exonerated by County court 225 Polls included in sale of property sold to State nnd 179.75 0,775.50 135.00 $02,910.98 By By By By By By By By By The Sheriff 50 cents on 50 cents on 50 cents on 50 cents on to-wi- 25.90 153.50 89.01 449.93 .GG5.87 ,...... non-residen- ts By By By ........ - ,095.57 410.95 13.50 27.00 117.00 3.00 13.50 337.50 ,822.50 ,110.59 $G2,91G.98 County ,..,.. The Lancaster Record last week contained the following beautiful tribute to Mrs. Charlotte Warren, which will be read with much by her loved ones: At 'tho close of a useful life, Mrs. Lottie Duncan Warren was laid to rest yesterday afternoon in the Stanford cemetery. Tho funeral services were held at the home to which she went ns a bride, and tho rooma where were gathered her friends to pay their last tribute, were fragrant with a profusion of flowers. The air was sweet with mute tokens of love and udmiration. The casket was in a room apart, covered with flowers and surrounded by her children, brothers, sisters and nearest relatives. A hush iting her mother. was on all who had gathered sorrowMr. Bill Gaddis has been on the ing when the comforting words, "I am tho resurrection nnd the life, sick list for some time. that belicveth in Mr. Georgo Frost has been on tho saith tho Lord," "hedead, yet shall ho in, though ho were sick list also. live" fell on tho enr. And ugain words of comfort, gleaned from God's word by her own hands, und left in her Bible were read, und before those who listened, there arose the vision, Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs W. E. PERKINS, Orchard, Crab Kentucky rsvwKw NewPrices on Auto Tires A new proposition! A money saver! Along felt want! A satisfactory tire at a satisfactory price. We eliminate the undesirable adjustment features. See our window display and get our prices. By 1,215 Polls (delinquent) By Receipts from W. M. Bright, County Treus., to balance HY0ME bide ENDS CATARRH, ASTHMA, Bronchitis, Crottp, Coughs and A-- ll of which is submitted to the court. G. B. COOPER, Commissioner. Cold, ol ATY0UH DrUGGICT. i r?n Sold end guaranteed b) The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Trrmr- money W. H. Hi 22ms mmmmemmmmmmmismmmammmjrmemmm The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: How's This? Tuesday, February 20, 1917 Page Three Heard About Town Dr. ir. A. Pickett, who recently moved to tho Kins Mountain section from Scott county, was in Stanford late last week having the I. J. do some nice printing for him, and also Dr. Pickett is an some advertising 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 $ 1,500.00 was increased Making its present Surplus Fund 30,000.00 50,000.00 Its Capital is Hundred Dollars Reward for nny cato of Cntnrrh Hint ennnot bo cured by Inlfe Cntnrrh Medicine Hall's Cntnrrh Medlrlno hns been tnkrn by cntnrrh sufferers for the pnst thirty-Hv- o yenre. nnd hns become known na the mmt rrdlnbli remedy for Cntnrrh. Hall's Cntnrrh Mrdlclnr nets thru the Illooil onn the Mucous surfaces, cxpelllnjr tlio disfrom tho Blood nnd licntlnB tho eased portion). After you have tnken Hnll's Catnrrn Medicine for a nhort tlmo you will seo a your ucnernl In Improvement (Trent henlth. Start tnklnR Ifnll's Cntnrrh Medionce nnd wet rid of catnrrli. Send cine nt for testimonials, free. V. J. CIinNHY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. X?e offer One Pol-so- expert veterinarian and stock man. He will he engaged witn all-rouI Sam Allen in the stock business at present as well as attending to his profession as veterinarian. Dr. Pic kett is also an expert judge of poultry and has olHciatcd at big shows in lie is a splendid gentleR. K. Pcpnlcs, of Paris, lias been 23 states, hero for several days with homufolks. man, live and progressive and will Mrs. K. C. Walton is the jruest of lie cotdially welcomed to the her sister, Mrs. A. I. Minis at g. EaBH j Miss Mary Greer of Lancaster, is here the guest of relatives and friend for n few days. The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. J. S. HOCKER, President Vice-Preside- H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier C. HAYS FOSTER, Asst. Cashier S. T. HARRIS, W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. Bookkeeper I , Personal and Social Coming Events Feb. 21 Call meeting of the Beu-la- h Walker Circle at the home of Mrs. J. B. Perkins at 2 o'clock. Feb. 21st. On account of the funeral services of Mrs. Warren, the Woman's Club will postpone its meeting until Wednesday, Feb. 21. Feb. 22 Mrs. Boone, State Regent, D. A. R., requests that each Daughter place a flag outside her home. Wll each member of Children of the Republic do it, too? Feb. 23 Washington's Birthday dance given by young men of Stan1 Miss Frances Tate was a grip last week. Roy Hourigan, of Riley's, worked extra at Hemp last week. As our Winter Stock of Clothing is still large, we nre compelled to sell S. Albert Phillips, who has been more nt greatly reduced prices to Phoenix-Thir- d ill at associated with the mnke room for our Spring Goods. Mrs. Hettie Moore has been the home of her daughter, Mrs. Kd. National bank for tin last four years $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 and up to Wilkinson for several days book- in the capacity of individual $25.00 values, now going at cost. Master Lawrence William, the little keeper and more recently as proof We have seme Overcoats that you Mrs. Walter Spoona- - j , k ,las u.n(lc,rc(, ,, son of Mr. and rosiKnntion can't afford not to buy. These are more has been verv sick. 'and will leave Wednesday tor C leve- - good ones. Mrs. Woods' Walker, of Paint Lick, ,., ii,i ( pi,inwin. lilinoU tlm Iniiif, whore he has secured the re- past week by the death of her bro- - sponsible position of credit manager then of the wholesale stores of the Slier- Mrs. James A. Beazlcy and Miss Company. Mr. Phillips' ,, (lu Virginia Hcazley, of Lancaster, were ol(, homc js at Ij0n(lon'f Ky) 4t,jij witvut- it uiu uuwiu wi waoi ing his stay here he has made many dav. His many friends here regretted to Mrs. Susan B. Yeagcr left Mon friends. Hi successor has not been day for Pittsburg.Pa., to visit her chosen. Mr. Phillips was formerly learn that Ed. C. Gaines, the popular sister, Mrs. J. E. Johnston and Mr. assistlint casnilM. at thl. Stnto n.,nk insurance man, was taken ill nt Stan- ford last week. He is now entirelv Lex-I- t. day or so in Louisville with Mrs. W.;lrust Company, at Stanford. recovered, howerc at his homc in Lan- ington Leader. Rice before going to Pittsburg. caster. 9 V If I I ::::::::: obmson ft :1 J. A. Lasley, who ha.-- , been located Drxter. New Mexrco for some time orders hi I. J. changed to Carbbad, in the Mime state, where he says he ill bo permanently located from now on ford. Feb. 23. The Missionary Society of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. R. L. Davison at 2 o'clock. Miss Fannie Jones, of Middlcsboro, is the guest of her brother, Dr. L. F. Jones. Richard Arnold spent Sunday in with his brother, Hobait Louisville Arnold. Mrs. H. IL Bruning, of Cincinnati, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. 1. I J. Hill, Jr. Prescott Miss Lyle Cooper has returned home after a visit of several weeks to relatives and friends in Nashville. , Brown of Georgetown College, spent the week end here with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Brown. , Miss Cordier Heitz has returned to her home at Louisville after a visit of several weeks to her cousin, Wm. Cordier and family. visited friends at Campbellsville Sunday. W. B. Turley was here from Richmond several days this week. Miss Minnie Woods went to Paint Lick Tuesday to visit relatives and friends. Mrs. J. B. Paxton spent Tuesday in Lancaster with her mother, Mrs. Jane Robinson. Mrs. J. C. Osborne went to Lancaster Tuesday to visit her aunt, Miss Jennie Duncan. L. Wcaren Hughes, of Memphis, spent Sunday here with his mother and brother. Col. Joseph Coffey continues to hold his own remarkably well for a man of his years. Miss Alpha Fowle spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. R. S. Hendren, in Madison county. T. Wood was the Mrs. George guest of her mother, Mrs. G. A. Swinebroad at Lancaster today. Miss Jennie Newland, of the graded school faculty, has been ill with grip for several days. Allen Logan accompanied tho remains of his sister, Miss Mary Logan here from Kansas City, Mo., today. Mrs. Wm. Walker, of Cincinnati, has returned homc after a visit to Miss Gertrude Wilkinson and other relatives. Walter Singleton, with headquarters at Lexington, spent several days with the homefolks here early in the Estill Carter week. JjKt WSfi m EkVK Sj a?& iffiiTmmB Wftx Hi mwiFJ&iLfl j; jMCCJM j VjT'Rl .& !S Wa SJ 1 i B 1 I :; Southcrii Railway Company The Cincinnati, Mew Orleans t Texas FaciFic Raigway Gcumpany Alabama Groat Souther!! Railroad Company New Orleans & Northeastern Railroad Company Harris-na& Northeastern Railroad Company Northern Alabama Railway Company n 8m j fes ,': ZZ.-- L . SK F mmtM tm CJ" & W SPRIMGFIEU) ,no.APCJS s I COLUMBUS 4i 7 si 3cg fjv ohio , y s rj ,S ryOX rl ,W P:,--f NNdr K m M X J s 5 3$2s?zt r . vt V,m ""cf T AJ-LMr- "Corns on Over, See My Corn Fall Off!'' "I Put 2 Drops Night-N- ow of 'Gets-I- f on last Watch- -" all you have to do Is to use your two fingers and lift the corn right off. That'3 tho way 'Gets-I- f always works. You Just put on corn about 2 drops. Then the from not tho only shrivels, but loosens toe, without aftcctlns the surrounding llesh In the least. Why. It's almost a pleasure to have corns and "Sec Hocker. Her many friends hero regret to learn that Miss Bettio Hnyden, of Danville, has been so ill that an operation became necessary which was performed at tho Danvillo hospital, ed as the world's best corn remeds it is believed that she will make a by Tho Lincoln Pharmacy and Tho nice recovery, however. Penny Drug Store. uvz sets them off In a seo how 'Gets-I- f hurry nnd without the least pain. I enn wenr tight shoes, unnco and walls as though I never hnd corns." "Gotu-lt- " makes tlio use of salves, bundling bandages, tape, plasters and unnecessary. Uno other things not only foolish, but discovery. "Gots-l- t. thlB wonderful for any soft or hard corn or callus. It Is the new. simple, easy, quick way. and It nevor fails. You'll never have to cut a. corn again with knives run or scissors, andaets-lt- chances of blood tonight. " poison. Try "Gets-lt- " Is stdd everywhere. 2Ba a bottlo, or sont on receipt of price by E.La:Wrenco & Co., Chicago, ill. Sold in Stanrord and recommendng a That WonHad Quick With Corn 'Gcta-lt'- Funeral That ." J. C. Lynn and Lee Perkins returned from Hot Springs, Sunday, greatly improved in health as a result of the baths there. Rev. and Mrs. P. L. Bruce went to Lexington today to attend the Laymen's Convention of the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Lester B. Hilton and little son, James Butner, were guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cass at Brodhead last week. Dr. W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta, Ga., joined Mrs. Elkin in Lancaster last homc week. Mrs. Elkin returned with him after the funeral of Mrs. Charlotte Warren, her sister. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Eubanks returned Sunday from Hot Springs, the former having had his severe attack of poison oak about boiled out of his system. who has Mrs. R. E. Thompson, been with her mother, Mrs. W. M. Poynter, for the past three weeks, returned to her home in Crab Orchard Wednesday. Mt. Vernon Signal. Dr. and Mr. P. W. Logan, of Knoxville, Tenn., attended the burial of their daughter, Miss Mary Lo gan here Tuesday. They were tho guests of Mrs. Logan's mother, Mrs. Margaret Hocker and son, J. S. J f -- ... . IP si iv N TA '"jviNi V.5f iGs,oReiA CDlWtulf r j lv,X" M 83 ' P ! ' O mRIDIAH -- II m J W STm"' J I' iymr MONTGOMERY 'AJrT-yyJN ,tr vutr V ,,,, 5LvmmH y f Jjf h.fa' ' SOUTHERM RAILWAY I. A B AMA JE5U?V. A-- !,7 i i m J V-V V'S1, o m m Effective January 17th, 1S17, for the purposes of administration, the lines of these companies were grouped as follows: MV;.'! lWh :::::::rh. (S&VUc LINES WEST "rJJ gif.5L Jjr. )r S" n4l J!? FL tallahWe l D a" '"'V r 'k-4-i jcrw.LLEfU U A IJNES EAST SYSTEM LINES LINES WEST EAST The Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texa3 Pacific Railway Company Alnlmuia Great Southern Railroad Company New Orleans s Northeastern Kailronc! Company Harrinsan & Northeastern, Rai'.rond Company Northern Alabama Railway Company nnd the following operating divisions of the Southern Railway Company, viz: Mobile Division St. Louis Division Atlanta Division Louisville, Divi.'jion Colur i!):m Division llirminijhum Division Memphis Division ' Alabama FJcrida Geci-sla The following operating divisions of the Southern Railway Company, viz: Winston-SaleWashington Division Division Appalachia Division Danville Division Columbia Division Aslieville Division Spartanburg Division Charlotte Division Murphy Division Richmond Division Transylvania Division Knoxville Division Coster Division Norfolk Division Charleston Division Tonnco3eo Virginia District of Columbia Directly serving the following named states: North Carolina Louisiana Ohio rlisalssippi Missouri South Carolina Kontuchy Indiana Illinois Connections at Mississippi, Ohio and Potomac river gateways with diverging lines to and from nil Western, Northern nnd Eastern Points FAIRFAX HARRISOW, Prosldcnt, WASHINGTON, D. C. $20.35 Washington March 1, 2, 3, 4, Return March 10 ACCOUNT INAUGURATION Stop-Over- s c&o are and Return s.1 1'esldent nxocutlvo Officer in tlio T.C. Powell, Cincinnati, Ohio West and in Charue of Tr.iic. Lines West in Ciiariw of Construction, II. B. Sponeor, Wachlnfiton, D. C. l'vucliases, Keil Unlnte, etc Waelllnjtcn, B.C. in Cliari,j of Operation E.H.Coxpmtn, t. faS'i R3 H Atlanta. Ca. Kesident Kxecutivo Oilivcr H. W. Miliar, Lines Kait Watlilnftton, D.C. Lincoln Cincinnati, Ohio Horaeo BtWor, General Manager, Lines West Cturlotto, M.C. W. N. Foracr, General Manager, Lines Last C. P. Dlloo. Frclslit TralTic Mnnartcr W. H. Tayloo, Passenser Traflk-- Monacer. W. A. Uacklcr, I'.iuRiiwer 'lrjllic Manager Rcridill Clifton, I'rcitlit 1 ralhc Muiiaxer Traflic Manager ...... E H. Shav, E.T. SteiU, Freight Tronic Manager Cincinnati, Ohio. ,.VVa4iilni.ton, O. C. . Allan;, Ca. Birmingham, Ala. Tlunan Dliig-- f Cincinnati. Ohlj Watliinxton, D. C. H.C Kln5,Pa".senKcrandTlcketARent J P. Tocher, Uivision Fiuisht Aner.t 1t8 2tst Main St., Lcsinitcn, Ky, Lcnintan, Ky, PRESIDENT WILSON Permitted Liberal ta Wi For furthor information apply to your nearest Ticket Agent, or address W. M. YENT, District Passenger Agent, Phoenix Hotel Block, Lexington, Ky. The Southern Serves the South JMBiihkLiftkBBikiiHHBkBilMUHIkiBaWM J KSRWA-VMlffAAIA- Wl The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, February 20, 1917. PUTS NEW LIFE . " Farm and Stock Nevs the Hustonville section J. II. n pnir of mare mules to Squire Gnnn for $375. Walter Warren han rented to A. T. Nunnelly 10 acres of land to be put in tobacco for $400. Joe Will Rout of Hustonville purchased in Cnsey county last week n pair of mare mules for $.150. W. B. Burton, the big mule buyer of Lancnster, secured a couple at Danville court Monday, which cost him $175 n head. Mitchell Taylor, of Danville, sold to Richard Gentry, there Monday an marc mule extra fine She wns some mule. for Dr. W. II. Matthews sold to M. Wilson 105 acres of the James Matthews farm, five miles from Nicholas-villon the Bethel Hill pike for $1H0 "' ''',4' an acre. W. H. Burton, of Lancster, bought a pair "f main mules from June Hocker, of Hustonville for a fancy price Joe Gann, of Hustonville, sold to Joe Murphy, of the Turnersvillc s U ewes at $10.50 a head. of them had lambs at their In INTO HIS WORK How Honnkr sold A Southerner Says It Fur Dealer Tells Tanlac Brought Back Ambition, CAN'T TIRE HIM OUT NOW If s True jr 'iiivul'illila""-tW4- f n Phillips, a fur dealer, around Monticello, Ky., where he has lived for years, can't say enough for Tanlac. He says he's a living example of what Tanlac will do for a man. "Heforo taking Tanlac," Mr. Phillips said, "I was so run down in health that I couldn't do my work as it should have been done. That tired droopy feeling stayed with me all day long and I didn't have a bit of I had headaches nearly all ambition. the time. They made life miserable and work hard for me. They kept me awake at nights. 1 lost my .appetite. "Most any kind of food, even eggs made me feel bail, because I couldn't sides. McCormack & Gann, stock dealers, digest what little I did eat. I got to weak it was all I could do to stand of Hustonville, bought a car load of hogs of various parties in that secon my feet. I lost a lot of weight. "Then a friend told me about Tan- tion at 10 and 11 cents a pounds and lac. It did the work. Since taking shipped same to Cincinnati. it, I have got my appetite back, and J. C. Wilson, who recently sold his want. 1 have can eat anything faim near Grassy Lick, Montgomery gained in weight and am not nervous. I sleep fine nights. I owe all this to county, has purchased the , Warren acres in Tanlac and urge others to try it if Ethington farm of 117 and just Shelby county, about two miles from they feel Shelbyville, for $97.50 an acre. J. D. Whitehouse, of Boyle, has If you don't feel right get Tanlac today. Delay in health matters is engaged a load of hogs fiom Wilson tlangeious. Alexander of the Hubble section, to be deliveied the middle of May at 11 Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stan- cents a pound. The porkers arc being ford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. fattened now. Eugene Dunn, a progressive young Coleman, Proprietor. End, sold to Tan'ac can now be obtained in fol- farmer of the West lowing nearoy cities: Morelar.d, Ab- James II. Woods, of this place a work raham Minks; Hustonville. Adams 'mule for $150. Mr. Dunn also sold to Bony Brown two yearling steers Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Joe Mc Williams; Middleburg, for. So" 5. W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Robert B. Woods, junior member Bros.; Brodhead, John Robins; Lan- of the famous mule fnm of Harris it caster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, Wood-- , of this city, sold a handsome black mare mule to J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. A. Horton. Richard Gentry of Danville Monday for $225. The Bruce Miller farm of 122.71 CENT ADS acres, located in Bourbon county on i Par's and Georgetown pike, has (Ads are 1 ?eut a worn hup, cen sold at public sale to Clifton order; no ad less than 25e each issue.1 lzell for per acre. Mr. J. 31. widely-know- four-year-ol- d . e, L azzzzs v - x -- IF555, 'm m n 3" im. two-year-o- roc-tio- n, Two-third- m zm ol 1 EeSpealcsI- t?S mp Writes It m. ma t mm' A m zzk ylj a 1- -2 tfj m 3&zWHlKtitiilB& md Thinks It - BHHSSi&gaB all-i- n, run-dow- n half-nick- ." It seems somehow that the love of truth in every Southerner and it sticks right close to him for all his days is inborn just like a life-loVi- g friend. rette I ever smoked. I never buy any other. The finest product of Virginia and Carolina tobacco, in all its mildness, and sweetness and mellowness." Yes-- It's That's why, friends, when I hear people praising me all over the South saying "'SOVEREIGN is King of Them Air'-w- ell, it is true that's all. For example, I heard one gentleman say the other day: "Here is the finest ciga great to be a SOVEREIGN. It's Ellis-bur- g, j four-year-o- ld -WORD fine to have real breeding back of you, to be brought up in a fine, white, healthy home, and to hear so many nice things from so many friends down South here among you all. And the reason is just this it's because hi-r- I cr-wit- i"vn in .ii.iii.il. ll FIFTY acies fine corn land for In Mercer county Phil HulT has rent applv at once to Walter Warren sold his 57 acres of land on the Waror W. L. McCarty, Stanford. vii. 15-- 2 1....11 ...;n .,. .....:.. : iT.,....i. You Folks You Folks of the South KNOW good blood! of the South KNOW good tobacco! TRY a Gall Cure horse collar 1.75. That's not high. At J. C. Mc-Clarf. '$200. The J. W. Biadshaw sale in Mer- FOR RENT. Front room furnished or unfurnished. Mrs. Adelia cor, is leported as follows: Horses 1 me. 15-brought from $00 to $115 and mules Woods, Stanford. !$115 to $175, cows $48 to $00, If you calves FOR SALE. 500 bales of nice pigs by $10 a head, brood sow with is said it. I your her side $50. Corn' sold at clover hay. Sam J. Embry, Stan- $1.(10 a barrel at the crib. Thresh- I given mine. his ford. ing machine outfit brought $1,200. At the side of Joe Peavler, two To buy - good, fresh WANTED. miles from Harrodsburg, on e milk cow. Call phone 7050, Stanpike a horse, seven years old, ford. brought $101; another horse sold HAVE just lceeived a shipment of 'for $5i; good Jersey mlk cow $05; "Virginia" saddles made on the sow and seven shoats $58. All farm-patent tree. J. ('. Mct'larv, ing implements sold well. The place' 15.ft Stanford. was put up for sale, but withdrawn FOR SALE Ford touring car, at $700. Hemp, one of the staples of the ill splendid condition; a bargain if sold at once .J. II. Wright, Stanford, Iiluegrass country, is still on the upward tendency, the last quotation Ky. SI 3.75 per hundred. The Woodford Sun says: "Clevland & Company have FOR SALE Pair of coming mules, mixed sexes; good bought several crops at that figure. ones out of those big mares. J. W. Hemp seed has jumped fiom $8.50 a 12-- 1 bushel ten days ago to $12 a bushel Williams, Stanford. now, the demand being greater than towit: Wilson Alexander, of Hubble pur- 20-YeA. T. Furnish, of Rockcastle, was the supply. The breaking of the FARM LOANS I"b STRAYED from my place on the hemp crop, which has been suspend- in Stanford and Paint Lick last week. chased a nice pair of heavy mares at in sums of ,,of $2,000pr more. No loan Hustonville pike a black male hog; ed for over a month on account of He sold a pair of mules to Wils Ro- Danville Monday from a Mr. Robin""'"" "l """ " ""' fee charged. Phone or Write i , bad weather, has been resumed." oi nrsi ciass ciover nay; one siacK oi weight about 200 pounds; marked in son, for $250. gers at Paint Lick for $275. D. A. straw; 1,000 shingles and some lum One of the largest land deals made 15-left ear. T. J. Hill, Sr., J. M. Craig bounht 22 hcud of A public sale of t)0 young TennesLancaster, Ky. ber: one mowinir machine: a disc for some time in this county, was ne-hogs from Squire Sowder, averaging harrow; a hay rake; 1 copper grape cows and 10 Guernseys es- - see Jersey FOR SALE 75 barrels of corn on gotiated by Swinebroad, the realHob- was spray; 1 tank of coal oil, 40 gallons; F. when Friday at Murphy's stock 130 pounds at ten cents per pound. the Lytic place; 200 barrels corn an tate man, Macon, he sold for J. faim of yardsheld Paris. e 1 wheat drill; 2 sleighs; 2 R. M. NEWLAND Georgia, his in of The cows belonged to This is the record price for hogs of lot of baled hay on the Burton & inson acres, a e turning plows; 1 207 located on Lancaster and D. F. Drown, of Tennessee, and S. C. this size in this section. Mt. VerHeadauarters for Best farm, near. Hustonville Stanford pike about two miles from Carpenter, Hudson wagon; all sorts of plow gear and of Millersburg. Prices FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Hughes & .McCarty. 1 buggy; Lancaster to A. D. Drown of this realized were unusually high, $80 non Signal. Phone 168 and 45. Stanford, Ky. harness; 1 spring wagon; wagon; 1 1 buckboard; 1 John C. Robinson, of Doyle county for the above sum. This is a being the average. The highest price Office of to Whitehouse sold last excellent hay frame; 4 cultivators; 1 FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, splendid faim well improved and on '$135, was paid by A. L. Sofer, of and Johnson, 03 week of 1,100 pound head excellent cider mill; 1 kitchen cabinaccount of Mr. Robinson's business Winchester, for a cow anil calf. Other Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, et; 2 safes; 1 iron harrow; 4 bedPUBLIC interests in the sru'li he perhaps sold good sales were as follows: Cow to cattle for immediate delivery, the Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, the farm for less steads; 1 set of carpenters' tools; 1 v. he otherwise Abe Renick, of Wiehester, for $110; price paid being 8 cents a pound. The Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble would and it is considered that Mr. one to Jim Gregory, of Montgomery parties also bought of Mr. Robinson, Having decided to go to Chicago, bureuu, 1 cook stove; 1 heating stove Drown secured a bargain. Lancaster county, for $95, and one to "Doc" 32 hogs that averaged 175 pounds, at 111., I will, at public auction, on the 1 cream separator; 1 wurdrobe; also f Stanford. Record. Farris, the Paris dairyman, for $125. 10 cents a pound. Lancaster Record. county road, a mile and a half north- household and kitchen furniture y'ill things too west of Ottenheim, near the Stanford be sold and many other numerous to mention. This sale will and Somerset pike, sell on NOTICE Depositions on bchuW take place, rain or shine. Come one; South End Saturday, February 24, 1917, of plaintiil' in the case of Lottie Adcome all. Terms Made known on ams, pltll"., vs J.n8 Adams, deft., will promptly at 10:30 day of sale. M. H. Johnson, auctioneer can have all ailments of their horses, commencing ALEX ARNOLD, bo taken at my office on Feb. 28, cattle and other live stock promptly o'clock A. M., sharp, sell the follow-- ! and expertly attended by 11)17. J. N. Munefee, Jr., .iHirroy IS THE IDEAL TIME TO VISIT DR. H. A. PICKETT for pluintilT. King's Mountain, Ky. Veterinarian, THE LEADER of good clothes: My spring and sumOnly Keeley mer samples aro now icady for your or the of inspection. No advance on account in the war; same price. Call and let me of Chattahave on hand now a For uny information apply to bhow you. II. C. Rupley, The Tailor. B. WILLIS J. nooga Plows for your best on Get away from the cold and enjoy life in the land of Sunthine and Crab Orchard, Kentucky over spring needs. Come in and look Flower STRAY HORSE came to my place 15 Feb. 10. Horse is gey and about ACCOUNTS before you buy. Low round-trifares and excellent service via hands high and is blind in right eye We get you cash on Accounts, Notes, Claims, by collecting quickly anyand his age is between 15 und 20 LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD where in United States. Collection Owner can have same by payyears. guurunteed or no charges. : : : : : For Particulars, call upon local agents of this railroad ing the feed and cost. Monroe Smith, MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Waynesburg, Ky. R. F. D. 3, Somerset, Ky. 1 1 5-- Harness Store. 15-t- wick pike to Silas Cobb, of Tennessee, for $5,000. J. B. Cloyd, of the at 'Dry Branch suction has sold to Rob-i ert McCoun, Jr., a pair of mules for No doubt of it all. Good breeding does count. Quality does tell. So, let's you and me be the real friends that we ought to be. And, here is something more for you to think about 2 am guaranteed by don't like me return me to your dealer and get A Southern gentleman known money back. have you word, and have the world over for keeping Mack-vill- 15-l- p IC Wil-bour- ti 15-- be-i- n "Jfana of ffiie?n ar FOR THE GENTLEMAN OP THE SOUTH n Cigarettes CLCC I " 2t i THOMAS J 'r; one-hors- ppJy. g" 50c'!l two-hor- se 1 ( -' two-hors- 15-- 2 coun-ty,t- y, one-hor- se SALE 97-t- Farmers NOW 15-1- 1 mado-to-ord- er FLORIDA p The Institute Kentucky Mr. Farmer We the GULF COAST RESORTS p. number the market them CASH for 15-4- p GEORGE H. FARRIS