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TuescLs and Fridays RAISED CHURCH .yUvr m&uk && nMpr' "BONE DRY" BILL GOES THROUGH IWi chances of defenting the prohibition nmendment in Kentucky, or in any House Panes Measure By Big Ma- other State, would be greatly increased if the nmendment is made as jority Beckham Fears It Will severe and drastic as possible. There e Retard is no reason for Congressional enactment on this subject at this time, because the opinion of the Supreme Prohibition legislation of tho moat Court upholding the constitutionality Conn act gives the drastic nature was approved by of the gress Wednesday when the House by power to each State to regulate this a vote of 321 to 72 accepted the Sen- matter as it deems best. this amend"Another objection to Admintra-tio- n e ate rider to the ment is the fact that its purpose was Bill, making it a crime to send to injure the chances of the passage intoxicating liquor into States where of the Jones amendment, to which it its manufacture and sale is prohib- was offered as an amendment. "The Jones amendment proposed ited. to forbid the use of the United States Coupled with this provision, which mails for the circulation of liquor will have the effect of making twenty-- advertisements in those States whose five States "bone dry" was provi- laws prohibited such advertisements; a most sion that newspapers, circulars and sure. reasonable and righteous meacards carrying liquor advertisements "The Reed amendment brought up cannot be carried through the United a different subject, and should not States mails into States where publi- properly be attached to the Jones cation of such advertisements arc amendment. rensons, I joined with 'For these forbidden. Eleven States now have Senator Kenyon, Sei.ator Joins and Buch laws. The states, where the bone other leaders of the prohibition cause dry bill will have its effect arc: Alas- in the Senate in an effort to strike ka, Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, out. The Reed amendment, and to the Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, leave with the States, for deal preswith ent at least, the power to Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, that fcatuie of the subject. Several Michigan, Montana, Nebraska, North advocates of prohibition in the SenDakota, North Carolina, Oregon, Ok- ate took a different view of it, and it, the amendment was lahoma, South Carolina, South Da- supported in and Senate. the It is by no Virginia, adoptedcertain, however, that it will kota, Tennessee, Utah, means West Virginia, Washington. get through Congress. I think it will of "wet" be to the best interests of genuine The most curious line-uand "dry" forces that Congress has progressive prohibition if it docs not." seen since the birth of prohibition movement, developed on the final May Pipe Gas Here Reed amendroll call on the ment. Many "dry" members opposed the drastic measures on the ground Big Well In South End Still Boomthat it would nullify State laws ing Oil Interests Grows Which do not restrict "personal use" and that it would prove harm full to Oil interest is booming in the South the cause. Many "wet" members vot- End of this county and in Pulaski ed for it because they believed in and Rockcastle. The Schuler gas well giving the alleged "dry" States a is pumping out gas like the exhaust of taste of prohibition that prohibits. a racing automobile and plans- are All arguments advanced against being made to pipe gas to Stanford such drastic legislation by either and Somerset. Almost every foot of "near drys" or "wets" were swept land in the southern section of this aside in the determination of the county has been grabbed with leases House to carry prohibition legisla- by oil prospectors and everyone extion to its greatest heights. "Dry" pects a big strike. Neighboring pamembers tried to show the legisla- pers arc talking about the interest tion would hurt the cause of prohib- in their communities as follows: ition; but "bone dry" members refusThe Mt. Vernon Signal said last ed to listen ; "wets" sought to demon- week: Oil men are getting thick strate the harmful effects in a finan- around this section. A Pennsylvania cial way of such sumptuary legisla- party arrived yesterday and is out tion and other "wets" followed the now getting leases for a company principle; "If they want prohibition that wants to do some drilling. let's give them the real thing." Pulaski Oil Prospects. One of the Kentucky members of The Somerset Journal said of oil the House only two voted against the prospects in Pulaski, last week: legislation. They were RepresentaMuch has been written in the past tives Swager Sherley, of Louisville, year about the possibilities of this and A. B. Rouse, of Burlington. county as an oil producing territory Those voting for the Reed amend- and the great development that was ment were: Alben W. Barkley, of expected to come, following the visit Paducah; David H. Kincheloc, of of many oil men here. There has IVIadisonvillo; Robert Y. Thomas, Jr., hardly been a week during the past of Central City; Harvey Helm, of six months that some oil man has Stanford; J. Campbell Cantrill, of not been here seeking leases or tryGeorgetown; William J. Fields, of ing to get some information of inOlive Hill; John W. Langley, of terest to take back to the east with Pikesville and Caleb Powers, of him. It can be stated now positively In regard to this bill, the Cincin- that within ninety days actual denati Enquirer said in a dispatch from velopment will have begun. This "Washington: The of the week a deal was closed by some Es.Reed amendment to the PostofTice till county people who have several Appropriation bill prohibiting the in- thousand acres of leases in the eastterstate shipment of liquor into dry ern part of the county, with an eaststates for beverage purposes is re- ern concern to put down several garded in some quarters as one of wells. It is expected drilling will the most brilliant maneuvers that begin by April first. liberals have made recently in stemThere are several other deals ming the tide of prohibitory legisla- pending that are expected to be tion. Dry leaders assert the amend- closed within a short time, which ment is so drastic it will defeat pro- will mean more development. In hibition, causing the repeal of some fact, at this time, it is no trouble to state laws and delaying the passage interest oil men in this section. In of others. the last, few weeks they have been When the Senate had the bill last hunting up propositions, before that week, a number of the drys, led by it was hard to get a hearing. Senator Beckham, voted against the Mr. Proctor, of Wayne county, measure as being really too draste representing two eastern oil compae for many states where nies was in the city yesterday to neprohibition has not yet been voted. gotiate a deal with local parties who Senator Beckham made the follow- own several thousand acres of land. ing statement about his position: Mr. Proctor says that his company "The effect of the Reed is willing to take a shot at Pulaski amendment, if it should be finallv enacted into law, would undoubtedly be for he believes that there is oil here. to hurt the cause of prohibition He says there will be a great deal of and those friends of prohibition in development in this section during the Senate, who supported it did not, the spring and summer. He says oil I think, fully understand what its ef- men seem to favor this section for fect would be. what might be termed wildcatting. "In. practically all of the States Drilling Near Brodhead, Too. which have adopted prohibition there Drilling is to start at once in the have been limitations in their laws permitting a certain small amount of Brodhead section of Rockcastle. The liquor for personal use to those who Brodhead correspondent to the Mt. desired it. It has been found imprac- Vernon Signal said that The Brodticable to make the law too drastic head Oil Company, a brand new orand absolute at the beginning, and it has been considered best to let such ganization, met Wednesday night laws, by gradual processes, reach the for the purpose of deciding on a bone dry stage. place to drill their fim weil, and v "The Reed amendment would make understand that it was decided to put impossible any such limitation and would put it out of the power of any down a well on the farm of J. A. about two miles west of BrodState to do so. "It is so drustic that it would un- head. The Brodhead people are exquestionably have the effect of injur- pecting to ,be wading in oil up to ing or defeating the cause of prohibition in any S.tate. Jn Kentucky, for their eyes in thu next few weeks, and instance, when the issue of State-wi- d even Uncle Ben Yadon is imagining prohibition comes' it is probable that that he is closely related to John D., the proposed law or amendment and we hope to see many John D.'s would provide for a limited personal before spring. use, as has been done in other States State-WidWcbb-KcnyoPost-ofllcp e. wliich have adopted prohibition, and leave it to future legislation to further limit or nbolish such allowances. Ralph Ratliff In Fatal Shooting "It can be ensily understood that fray In Pike County the liquor interests believe thnt their I ( pass-ag- state-wid- Os-bor- DON'T MISS IT IS The I. J. will start publication Af-- , U Set By Judge Hardin To Try Big next week NEW of a splendid serial story. Robinson Case It will run each Friday and hold your interest from start to finish. Circuit court adjourned over the Watch for the opening chapter and, Stanford Methodists Subscribe LiberRalph Ratliff, who went from the ally Toward $10,000 Fund Sunsouthern portion of Lincoln back to Washington Birthday holiday till to- don't miss it. his former home in Pike county sev- morrow, but the grand jury was back day For Handsome Edifice eral weeks ago, was killed in n pistol on the job today and is understood Crab duel in that county last week. Mr. to be making a diligent inquiry as to Plans which have been under wny in all sections rela- the work of Ratliff has many friends and tives in the Waynesburg section, who of the county. Beautiful Spring-lik- e weather has for sometime, by the congregation Judge Hardin has called a special been thankfully received nnd appre- of the Stanford Methodist church, will regret to learn of the unfortunate affair. A dispatch to the daily term of court for week after next at ciated after the protracted bitter looking to the rnising of a fund to papers had the following concerning which time the suit of J. B. Robin- weather of. the whole winter. provide for a new church building, son's executor against the Equitable the shooting: Mr. James Anderson, of LouisWhitesburg, Ky Feb. 18. One Life Assurance Society will be tried ville, gladdened his many warm took definite shupe at the service man is dead and two others, one the out, it is understood and nn effort be friends here Monday. He had been last Sunday morning. At that time postmaster of Hcllicr, Pike county, made to clear up other pending ac- to Prcnchcrsville to sec his father; subscription amounting to about 0 probably are fatally wounded as the tons on the docket. A very large Mr. John Anderson, who rcmnins were made by those present, and result of a quarrel in a restaurant at number of cases were continued over critically ill. since that time it is understood that Hcllicr. Jay Branham, 21, is dead, this week on account of nbscnt witMr. Hendlcy Napier, who has been pledges arc in sight which will inhis body riddled by a dozen bullets' nesses and other causes. visiting his mother here, left for crease the amount to close to $10,-00- 0 The grand jury this week return- Bowling Green, where he will enter from the posse he attempted to which is the goal desired. fight. Patton Bartley, postmaster at ed indictments against George Thorn- school, taking a business course. Plans are for a handsome brick edHcllicr and Ralph Ratliff are in a ton, Jim Thornton and Mike Gnddis Hcndley is one of our young men ifice to take the place of the wooden hospital in Jenkins, Bartley with an charged with the killing of Willie who is not satisfied with a stand on building which has served the local abdomen wound and Ratliff with a Benedict nt the Harris Creek the lower round of the ladder, real congregation for something like 50 on Christmas night serious body wound. The trouble The de- izing there is a finer view at the top. years. Rev. W. D. Wclburn, the passtarted ovcir a trivial matter in a res- fendants, who are out on bond, will We hope he will succeed in his tor, says he and the board hnving the taurant and came to blows. Branham have to appear in court tomorrow to climb. matter in charge, hope to see the then drew a revolver and fired. As answer to the indictments, and at Messrs. Jordan and Tribblc, of subscription required, completed this Ratliff fell to the floor he ran from that time it is expected that a time Stanford were here Sunday after- week. It is understood that the folthe place flourishing his revolver and for the trials will be fixed. noon to sec two of our prettiest lowing were some of the largest subholding oft" those who attempted to scriptions made at the service SunThe trial of Wm. Baker, who kill- girls. hold him. He was overtaken by a ed Rcnzo King with a corn knife at About seventeen members of the day: posse about a mile from town and Morel and some months ago, has been Ladies' Aid of the Christian church J. A. Allen $1,000 was ordered to surrender. A shot was set for next Tuesday. 500 were delightfully entertained by Mrs. Wm. Mathcny the answer and Postmaster Bartley 500 Robert Raines was fined $5 and W. E. Perkins Monday afternoon. C. R. Coleman fell wounded. The members of the costs on a charge of disturbing re- Splendid refreshments were served W. O. Walker 500 's ligious posse fired at the flash and 500 worship. and the crowd enjoyed a real musi A. R. Mathcny body was found on the tracks, 300 A rule was issued against Sheriff cal treat by Misses Byrd Perkins and E. T. Pence, Sr. 300 a gun in his hand, riddled with bul- Cam Mullins to appear and show Tanna Thompson. Both these young Sam Matheny lets. Both the wounded men are ex- cause why he should not be adjudged ladies have been thoroughly trained J. W. Bryant 250 pected to die. 250 in contempt of court for failing to in vocal music, and it is always a F. P. Spoonamore 250 collect $03.70, the amount of a fine treat to hear them sing if we do J. P. Chancellor BIG CONCERN HOLDS MEETING and costs assessed against Wm. Hel- have to insist sometimes. 250 J. O. Newland The Boreing Land and Mining ton, at a previous term of court on n 200 Mr. Walker Napier, who has a po J. H. Wright Company met here Thursday in con- breach of the peace charge. Morgan sition in Paris, is here to see his mo- Tom Pence 200 100 Harry Hill nection with matters relating to their Helton, who had been on his bond ther, Mrs. Anna Napier. holdings in Harlan county. came into court and swore that the rich Mrs. Claudia Holman and daughGeorge Kellebrew, a Nashville, Tenn., other Helton had property out of ter Maymie, left Saturday for MoChurches Will Unite ' capitalist was here to confer with which the amount could be made. bile, Ala., where they will spend a them. Among those at the meeting On a charge that a soft drink stand week with Mr. David Holman, and were J. W. Hayden, of Paris, A. H. they conducted near McKinncy, was from there they go to New Orleans In Farewell Service to Rev. Walker Wood, of Harlan county, James W. a pu'iio nuisance, Zora Smith and and will probably be absent from us Sunday Evening Will Return Fox, New York, H. E. Fox, of Big John Iontgomcry were fined $100 until April. Stone Gap, George A. McRoberts, of and costs. George Mr. Billy Holman, of Rev. D. M. Walker, pastor of tho Danville, their attorney H. G. Clay, Crit L. Smith was found not guilty Tennessee, came home to see his Stanford Christian church for the of London, and from this city Col. on aBhargeof having more liquor in mother and sister, but reached here past 10 years, will preach his fareS. T. Harri3, J. 3. Hocker, J'. C. "Eu- - his pbfAe'Sision'tTian permitted by law. just a short while afte"r they had left. well sermon there Sunday night. He banks, J. B. Foster, C. E. Tate; from Upon motion of Commonwealth's He returned to his work Sunday. leaves March 1st, for Slulbyville Danville J S. VanWinkle and and J. Attorney E. V. Puryear, the charges Last Saturday evening Miss Edna with his family, to take up his work W. Williams, of Paris. against Tom Brown and Roscoe Buls, King entertained a few friends at as minister to the congregation in jailer and deputy sheriff respectively, her home, near town, in honor of the capital of Shelby county, to of Casey county, charged with being Miss Daisy Hunt. Delicious ices which he accepted a call a few weeks News engaged in an attack upon an Adair and cakes were served, after which ago. In view of the fact that this is Rev. The House passed the Army Ap- county boy in the Moreland depot last a musical was enjoyed. Mr. John propriation Bill, carrying $250,000,-00- summer, were dismissed. Sam Raines, King, who can bring the most plain- Walker's last service in Stanford, marshal of Liberty, who was with tive beautiful sentiments from the the three other churches will not hold them at the time they were engaged violin, entertained the gathering, services Sunday night, but will meet That England's fleet of 4,000 armed private yachts, in search for a man wanted in Casey, and all repoit a most pleasant time, at the Christian church and take whalers and fishing vessels, manned paid a fine of $120, as a compromise as they always do when Miss King part in a farewell service to Rev. Walker. Announcement is made of by 00,000 seamen, has destroyed 200 of the case. Buis is a candidate for entertains. The Ladies' Aid of the Christian this union service by the various pasGerman submersibles was asserted the republican nomination for sheriff oT Casey and is said by his friends church will present "The Deerstrick tors in the church news column. It by Alfred Noyes, the English poet. The latest reports from London to have his race won. He was ac- Skule," on the evening of March 9, is expected that each of the other and Paris show that additional ves- companied here Wednesday by "Bud" at the college. Everybody come and three preachers of Stanford will have and popular enjoy a good laugh, leaving the blues something to say as a farewell messels of an aggregate tonnage of more Cundiff, the efficient sage to their departing behind. than 21,000 have been sent to the county clerk of Casey. Mr. Montcz Fish leaves soon to Friends of Rev. Walker, will be The grand jury met in session on bottom by submarines or mines. The vessels sunk were four British seam-er- s Friday and is working hard examin- take a business course at Richmond. glad that he will return to Lincoln and a trawler, one Russian, one ing a lot of witnesses. It has already , Miss Ila Newland came up Satur- county at various times to speak as day to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. occasion presents itself. Friends of returned a number of indictments. Swedish, one Dutch and one e prohibiW. D. Newland. She returned to temperance and steamer. The Swedish steamtion here have already secured his Stanford Sunday. LIVE STOCK MARKETS er had several Americans on board. Mrs. Silas Anderson, of Louisville, consent to return to Lincoln this All of them and the remainder of the Hogs strong. Bulk $12.5512.-80- ; year to speak for these causes, and 5 came here Tuesday to visit her parcrew were rescued. Cattle native beef cattle he will undoubtedly be given a corents, Rev. and Mrs. Morgan. The death knell to Germany's col11.90; stockers and feeders .Miss Esther Burch is succeeding dial welcome and large audiences cows and heifers $5.15 onial possessions has been sounded, admirably with her class here in ex- whenever he does so. so far as the Entente Allies can ef- 10.20; calves $9.25 13.00. Lambs pression. fect that result, by the almost sim- closed 1020c lower; wethers Mr. George Holmes, Sr., who fell News of the Churches ewes 8.5012.00; lambs ultaneous announcement of the from a scaffold while covering his British, Minister of Colonies, the Jap- $12.2514.60. house, near town, badly bruised his Rev. W. D. Wclburn will preach anese Minister of Foreign Affairs and hip and suffered severely. Dr. Phil- at Logan's Creek church Sunday afthe Prime Minister of New Zealand. It! lips has been in attendance. As no ternoon at 2:30. Together these statements declare Girls! bones were broken, it is hoped he there will be no return to Germany Presbyterian Church, Feb. 25th Stop will soon recover. of her colonies in Africa, Asia or the Sunday School at 9:55; Morning Mrs. Robert Thompson went to Service Your Pacific. at 11; C. E. Meeting at 0:30, Mt. Vernon Tuesday to see her motopis "Home Mission"; Farewell Hair Stops Falling Out And Gets ther, Mrs. Poynter, who has been Service at Christian church at sevPICTURE SHOW PROGRAM very sick. en o'clock. Thick, Wavy, Strong And Tonight "Perils of Pauline." No. Miss Susie Hunt of Brohead, is 17. Comedy. Methodist church will have regular Beautiful guest of Mrs. Daisy Hunt. the Saturday "Stepping Westward." Mrs. Wilson, who owns Dripping services Sunday morning; Sunday school, 9:30; preaching service, at Comedy. Your hair becomes light, wavy, Springs,., was robbed of silverware, 10:45. There will be no evening serMonday Phantom," with The furniture and clothing, while on a fluffy, abundant and appears as soft, vices on account of Rev. D. M. WalFrank Keenan and Enid Markey. as a young visit to friends in Lancaster recent- ker's farewell service at Christian Tuesday Dustin Farnum in Davy lustrous and beautiful ly. She sent for Marshall Paynter hair girl's after a "Danderine church. . Crockett. cleanse." Just try this moisten a of this place, and a search was made, but no clue to the robbery was The will of Charles P. Moorman, a cloth with a little Danderine and Louisville distiller, provides that on carefully draw it through your hair, found. Mrs. George Lyne returned Monthe death of his invalid son and) taking one small strand at a time. the hair of dust, day from Hawesville, where she has - This will cleanse granddaughter, his estate of $3,000Three and a half billion dollars and excessive oil and in just a 000 shall go to fund a home lor aged dirst moments you have doubled the been since November with her mo- has been subscribed toward tho Britfew ther, who has been very sick. women in or near Louisville. ish war loan. beauty of your hair. Besides beautifying the hair at Representative Randall has introWinter Brings Colds To Children once, Danderine dissolves every par- STIFF, SORE MUSCLES RELIEVED duced a bill to close all saloons in this Cramped muscles or soreness fol- country in tho event of war. A child rarely goes through the ticle of dandruff, cleanses, purifies invigorates the scalp, forever lowing a cold or case of grippe aro y and whole winter without a cold, and The Attorney General has given eased and relieved by an application mother should have a reliable stopping itching and falling hair. an opinion that farm loan bonds are But what will please you most will of Sloan's Liniment. Docs not stain exempt remedy handy. Fever, sore throat, from all taxation. tight chest and croupy coughs are. be after a few weeks' use when you the skin or clog the pores like mussy Count von Bernstorff will prob sure symptoms. A floso of Dr. Bell's. will actually see new hair fine and ointments or plasters and penetrates Pine Tar Honey will loosen the downy at first yes but really new quickly without rubbing. Limber up ably be detained two weeks at Hali phlegm, relieve the congested lungs, hair growing all over the scalp. If your muscles after exercise, drive out fax, where a thorough nspection will and stop the cough. Its antiseptic you care for pretty, soft hair and the pains and aches of rheumatism, be made by British officials. bottle neuralgia, lumbago, strains, sprains Circuit Judge Tye sprung a sen pine balsams heal and soothe. For lots of it surely get a croup, whooping cough and chronic) of Knowlton's Danderine from any and bruises with Sloan's Liniment. sation ut Willinmsbuig when he distoday. At all Druggists, missed fifteen jurors because they bronckial troubles try Dr. Bell's Pine druggist or toilet counter and just Get IC-- l were akin to the jury commissioners. 25cr try it. Tar Honey. At all Prvjrfsto, 2ic. Waynesburg Boy Killed Special Court Term , $7,000 FOR Orchard evil-doe- rs $7,-00- schnol-hous- n Bran-ham- -- Latest War 0. Nor-weigi- state-wid- $7.-8- 0; $10.-9012.1- 5; Girl! Try Dandruff And Beautify Hair i i Here.There, Everywhere ev-er- J 25-ce- nt b Page Two .-cx e- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February, 23,1917 vX S; X. ,rt.. V . - ..,,,M sflp v V -- ; yL x , fr3m SjZV& X'ZI&T&r " .ssx-sjf- s .. - Wilson Declared Elected Formal Ceremonies And Count Made By Congress Wednesday President Wilson wns formally nnil officially declared late last ' I.E- -i 1. ...1 ........ungrusn- L joint ..nntn WUUK wiivii ft.. nusniuii, 'ii i as provided by the Constitution, canvassed the electornl vote of the States. As presented nntl certified the official returns give Wilson and Marshall 277 electoral votes; Hughes and Fairbanks '251. The canvassing of the vote as always, was conducted with much ceremony. The Senate took a recess and preceded by two rage bearing the official returns, boys, inarched over to the House chamber, where President pro tempore Sauls-bur- y presided sitting beside Speaker Clark. Vice President Marshall said that, in obedience to the Constitution and lnws, the Senate and House were in joint session for ascertaining and counting the electoral votes in the election for President and Vice President of the United States. He then called upon tellers previously selected to come forwnrd and Sena tors Kern, of Indiana, and Clapp, of Minnesota, und Representative Ruck-cof Missouri and Mapes of Michigan, took their places at the clerk's table, and the vote of the States announced. In this connection an official list of the votes ofthe states of the union on the presidential race is of interest. The following are the states car- ried by Wilson anil those carried by Hughes and pluralities: r, Walk-Ov- er & Nettleton s! hf'S" " V JU'Z&CSZ" AT lVUbHBL? 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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 to buy your shoes. COME AND LOOK. WILSON The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky Alabama Arizona Arkansas California Colorado 71,:J20 12,040 05,1 17 McRoberts & Bailey Stanford, Ky. Breaks A Cold In "Pape's Cold Compound" Grippe Misery Don't Stay Stuffed-Up- . :::::: Florida Georgia Idaho Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maryland Mississippi 3,773 70,508 41,37'? 111,410 14,080 30,930 28,130 73,401) Just A Few Hours 21,012 70,10'.) Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Mexico 34,313 41,250 5,047 50 second and fourth Sundays. whisky to a minor and not having the wherewith went to jail to liquidate. The severe winter and the high McD Fogle and W. T. Jasper purprice of coal has driven many to adopt the old fashioned wood fhe, as chased a registered Duroc boar of Ends a means of heating and they say they Everett Carson, near McKinney for enjoy it. Rev. C. C. Moore went to South W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma. South Carolina Tenn ?ssee Texas ....,.. . Utah Virginia Washington Wyoming Total HUGHES Connecticut Delaware Illinois Indiana Iowa Maine Mu.sMii'husetts Michigan Minnet-ot- 2,530 47,493 1,715 89,503 50,327 00,279 3G,oys 221,307 .. 30.003 You can end grippe and break up a severe cold either in head, chest, body or limbs, by taking a dose of "Pape's Cold Compound" every two hours until three doses are taken. 53,00 10,594 0,010 1 ,358,197 0,728 1,258 202,320 8,779 50,500 5,388 20,899 53,959 390 57,9 G4 129,984 0,720 181,950 4,404 1,872 1 Owitkiv$ As our Winter Stock of Clothing; is still large, wc arc compelled to sell more at greatly reduced prices to make room for our Spring Goods. $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 and up to $25.00 values, now going at cost. We hae some Overcoats that you can't afford not to buy. These are good ones. & WhimM I fa New Jersey New York A a. vS ' 'aktrs ,S.$Syjy.oft S jrAimiaau 2uA WShCJM nsfflRLvr Robinson's Up-to-Da- te ::::::::: f o. You have probably been in the habit of using external treatments to relievo You Kev. C. D. Chick, pastor at Liber-e- y your catarrh.lotions have applied sprr.ys, washes and to the mucous surhas been called to the pastorate faces of the nose and throat, have Wisconsin of the Baptist church here. He will been temporarily relieved, and then Total move his family to the parsonage wondered a short time after, why you Plurality for about May 1st, and preach on the were troubled with another attack of catarrh. You should realize that catarrh is Lingering Coughs Are Dangerous an infection of the blood. This fact Get rid of that tickling cough that has been agreed upon by specialists in catarrh troubles, and has been keeps you awake at night and drains proven in tho laboratories of the Swift your vitality and eneigy. Dr. King's New Discovery is a pleasant balsam . Oregon Pennsylvania Hhode Wand South Dakota . Vermont . West Virgiania trils and air passages in the head, stops nasty discharge or nose running, relieves, sick headache, dullness, fevefishness, sore throat, sneezing, soreness and stiffness. Quit blowing Don't stay stuffed-up- ! and snuffling! Ease your throbbing head nothing else in the world since. gives such prompt relief as "Pape's Loafers arc hugging stoves and Cold Compound," which costs only setting winter crops of tobacco while 25 cents at any drug store. It acts our merchants are kept busy shovelwithout assistance, tastes nice, and ing coal from greatly diminished causes incouvei.ience. Be sure you supplies. 10-get the genuine. Sheriff J. D. Taylor arrested Bunt Davenport at Yosemite and lodged him in jail at Liberty. Bunt was inMiddleburg debted to the Commonwealth of KenMrs. W. G Tilford and son, Ira, tucky in the sum of $ti0 for giving of Eubank, passed through here Saturday enroute to Hrush Creek to visit Mr. Tilford's mother, who is very 1 It promptly opens clogged-u- p nos- Carolina Wednesday to take charge of the Interdenominational Sunday School work in that state. He will be absent several months. Rev. J. A. Davis, of Lexington, has been called to the pastor-atof the Green River Christian church and will preach on the first Sunday in each month. Miss Ada Allison has measles. The weather is behaving reasonably well at present. We suppose it is trying to atone to some degree for the wild capers it cut some ten days e ,$14. Candidates for State Senator will have to be plain in stating their principles when they come to Casey This is strictly a dry territory and Democrats are not going to allow any "whipping the devil around the stump" on the question of statewide prohibition. So the boys had just as well make up their minds to "come across." There are 17 candidates for jailer in this county and every mother's son of them are said to be real nice men. j ' London estimates the Geiman fosses since the war began nt over 4,000-00- 0. Zeppelin raids on London have abandoned because of their ineffectiveness. Gov. E. C. De Baca, of New Mexico died Sunday, said to be due to a trip from California to take the oath of office. ill. You Miss Martha Tilford was with her sister, Mrs. W. T. .lasper Saturday bi id Suffer Fi Hafarrh . 7,542 2,721 28,281 790,791 Wilson 507,400. and Sunday. FAMILY AVOIDS Specific Co. S. ft. S., which was discovered over fifty years ago, will cleanse your blood of the catarrhal poisons and will thereby relieve you of the dripping in your throat, tho sores in your nostrils, spitting, hawk- ing and bad breath. All druggists carry S. S. S., and tho physicians of our Medical Department will cheerfully answer any letters which you may write them in regard to your case. Swift Specific Co., 305 Swift Building, Atlanta, Ga. GLASSES . antiseptic, laxative and remedy, promptly effective. It soothes the irritated membrane and kills the cold erms; your cough is soon relieved. De By Being Constantly Supplied With lay is dangerous get Dr. King's New t. Thedford's Discovery at once. For nearly fifty years it has been the favorite remedy for grippe, croup, cough and colds. McDuff, Va. "1 suffered for several Get a bottle today at your Druggist, venrs," s;ys Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, 01 Black-Draugh- SERIOUS SICKNESS $20.35 Washington March 1, 2, 3, 4, Return March 10 ACCOUNT INAUGURATION Stop-Over- s c&o are and Return 50c. ,smmEmEK 5?fc-- fl :AT- - The Lincoln Pharmacy Dr. W. N. Craig, Optician J. W. ACEY, Proprietor Stanford, Kentucky Messenger. THE PAPER A few days ago a subscriber, who is a well known citizen, came to our oflice ami stopped his paper for the reason, he said, that it did not just suit his fancy. We have since met him on the street and it is amusing to note the look of surprife on his face that we are still in existence, despite the fact that he stopped his paper. Some day, and is won't be long either, that gentleman will be no more. His heart will be j;tilled forever. Neighbors and friends will follow his lifeless clay to the silent city and lay him to rest among silent (lowers. An obituary will be published in these columns telling what u good neighbor and beloved citizen he was which the recording angel will overlook for charity's sake and in a short time he will be forgotten. As he lies out there in the cold, cold, graveyard, wrapped in the silent slumbers of death, ho will never know the last kind word spoken of him was by the editor of the paper he spitefully "stopped." Did you over puuso for a moment und think that your editor, whoever he may be. will write your obituary some duy? Meade County HE STOPPED ilus place, "with sick headache, and stomach trouble. Ten years aRO a friend told me lo try Thedford's which i did, and 1 found it to be the best family medicine for young and old. I keep on hand all the lime now, and when my children teel a little bad, they ask me for a dose, and it docs them more good than any medicine they ever tried. We never have a long spell of sickness in our family, since we commenced using Thedford's is purely vegetable, and has been tound to regit-atweak stomachs, aid digestion, relieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea headache, sick stomach, and similar symptoms. It has been tn constant use for more than 70 vears. and has benefited more than a million people. your druggist sells and recommends Price only 25c. Get a tockage n, c va I'lack-Draught, Black-Draught Black-Draught." Black-Draught e Black-Draugto-da- y. PRESIDENT WILSON Permitted Liberal For further information apply to your nearest Ticket Agent, or address W. M. YENT, District Passenger Agent, Phoenix Hotel Block, Lexington, Ky. NOW IS THE IDEAL TIME TO VISIT FLORIDA or the GULF COAST RESORTS Get away from the cold and enjoy life in the land of Sunshine and Flower Low round-tri- p fares and excellent service via EMEDYFORMEJO AT YOUR LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD DR'jnGISr. For Particulars, call upon local agents of this railroad The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February, 23, WELL-KNOW- 1917 Page Three PLEASE REMEMBER! This Bank Is Seeking Your Business and is fully equipped and prepared to care for it. KENTUCKY SPEAKS. WOMAN N SMITHKERR The marriage of Miss Sallie K. Smith nnd James M. Kerr occurred in Danville Wednesday at the residence of Rev. Kingsbury, pastor of tho Christian church, the pretty ceremony being said by that gentleman. Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple left fdr a vist to the groom's parents nt Versailles and wil visit Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Smith in Lexington before they return. The bride is a daughter of the late K. II. Smith, of Garrard. Since his death she has made her home with her sisters, Mcsdamcs I. A. Potter nnd Tinsley Spoonnmore in this county, where she has many relatives and friends. The groom came to this county a few years ago from Versailles and has proven himself a splendid gentleman nnd has many friends. Scott and Herbert Miss Ellen Bailey motored to Danville with this couple and witnessed the marriage. On their return to Stanford Mr. nnd Mrs. Kerr will go to housekeeping at the Goodknight farm on the Danville pike, where they will have ' the best wishes of their many friends. DIES IN KANSAS CITY, MO. The remains of Miss Mary Logan, of Knoxville, Tenn., wete brought to, this city Tuesday morning from Kansas City, Mo., for interment. Miss Logan died in a hospital in Kansas City. Deceased was born in Stanford about fotty years ago and made this her home up until she moved to Knoxville with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. P. W. Logan some years ago. She was a niece of .1. S. Hockcr. Resides her parents, she is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Will Sneed and Mrs. Hen Boyd, of Knoxville, Tenn.; and three brothers, Messrs. Richard, Allen and Fordyco Logan, of Kansas City. The interment occurred in the Buffalo Springs cemetery after short services at the grave by Rev. I). M. Walker. A DOON TO WOMANKIND. Wales, Ky. tVEKL-rjo- " I tako great pleasure !n announcing to (ho (ho groat fiublio 1 received from house of Dr. Pierre's medicines. Iliad that dreadful disease, woman's trouble, w li i o h n caused pueh bear 1 ing-dow- See tfiek On Jan. 9, 1917, its Surplus Fund was increased $ 1,500.00 Making its present Surplus Fund 30,000.00 Its Capital is 50,000.00 The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. J. S. HOCKER, President Vice-Preside- nt H. C. BAUGHMAN, Ca.hicr S. T. HARRIS, C. HAYS FOSTER, Asst. Cashier W. W.. SAUNDERS, Ind. Bookkeeper f J Bring "AH of . Prescriptions .to Us for the Best Attention J. J lO "5 J ilm '' A 'oev?fo W J V burning Rendition, and dull fwliriR in my head that I became u nervoui wreck. I had fivo doctors to treat me, nil to no avail. I had KWen up to die and to leave my dear husband and five little girN to tho mercy of (his world, when nt last my husband hogged me to try Dr. 1'ierce's medium's. I weighed 118 pounds when 1 began their Preuse. 1 used IS bottles of 'Fa'-oritscription' and 'Golden Medical Discovery' and four or five boxes of 'Lotion Tablets.' At the end of (ho treatment I was well and weighed 103 jounds." Miis. ItACiir.r. Tackitt. When a girl becomes p woman, vhenja, woman Becomes u iiioiiht, wuen ujwoniiui middle life, msses tkrouuh tlie chancc-w)- f nro tho three periods of life when health and strength are most needed to withstand tho pain and Mistress often caused by severe organic disturbances. At these critical times women arc host fori ificd by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, an old remedy of proved worth that keeps tho female system rcgu lated and in condition. Mothers, if your daughters arc weak, lack ambition, arc troubled with headaches, lassitude and arc pale and sickly, Dr. Pierre's Favorite Prescription is just what they need to surely bring tho bloom of health to their checks and make thcin strong and healthy. K -- ' n iMr&'tf i pain1', Werk Many Women in this Condition Regain Health by Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Convincing Proof of This Fact. IMdgwny, Penn. "I suffered from femafo trouble with backache and pain in my side for over Sevan months bo I could not do any of my work. I was treated by thieo dillerent doctors and nn told me getting discouraged when my sister-in-lahow Lydia K. j'inkham's Vegetable Compound bad helped her. I decided to try it, and it restored my health, so I now do till of my housework which in not light as I have a little boy three years old." w -' c 3Irs. O. 31. llniNKs, Uidgway, Pcnn. Irs. Llndscy Now Keeps House Tor Seven. Tennille, Gsi. "I want, to tell you how much I hn t'ebcen benefited by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable CohiikmmI. About eight years ago I got in such a lowstate of health I was unable to keep house for throe in the family. I had dull, tired, dizzy feelings, cold feet and hands nearly all the time and could scarcely sleep at all. The doctor said I had a scvcie case of ulceration and without an operation I would ahvay. be an invalid, but I told him I wanted to wait awhile. Our druggist advised my husband to get Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and it has entirely cured me. Now I keep house for seven and work in the garden some, too. I am so thankful I got this medicine. I feet as though it saved my life and have recommended it to others and they have been benefited". Mrs. W. E. Lindsey, II. It. a, Tennille, Ga. Shelby Heirloom Once Used To Hide Dead Body Of infant On Shipboard Greatest Care We tafte exceptional tion department. Lowest Prices pride in our prescripThe purest drug's the greatest and care in compounding them the honest adherence to every instruction are all absolutely sary to give you exactly what the doctor has directed Your life may be endangered by the est mistahe. So go where you your scription will be handled in an absolutely scientific and proper manner. We give prompt attention to all prescriptions. Thus you do away with needless delay. THE PENNY "dRUGSTOe""" Proprietor, E. R. Coleman, A very pecular history is back of an old oak chest that is now in possession of Mrs. Evalinc Shelby Roberts, of Marion, Ky., whose father was a grandson of Governor Shelby, of Kentucky. This chest was made for a stoiage of fine linens, some time prior to the year 1000. A Dutch family by the name of Crider brought the piece of furniture from Holland about the year 1000, using it as storage for their linens while crossing sKill the ocean. During the voyage an infant of Mrs. Crider became sjck and died on the vessel. Its mother being necesunwilling for her child to be cast overboard, after its death hid it away in this chest and in a few days the sailors, who were at that time very slightsuperstitious, noticed that the sharks began to follow the ship. It was at preKnow once suspected that a death had occurred on board.A search was made, the i oil of the passengers and crew was called and all were found to be alive. Finally some one of the crew remembered that a babv had been brought aboard before the ship set sail; another search was made, and tho dead child found, concealed in Stanford, Kentucky. tho oak chest with the fine linens, and around its little bodv the mother had placed different kinds of spicen to try and nreserve the child until the ship could reach land. Upon its discovery, Jl Jlfmy fi How's This? We offer One Ilunilrcil Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh tint cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Meatcino. Hall's Catarrh .Medicine has been taken by catarrh "iifferers for the pact thirty-fiv- e years, and has become known as tho most rcllnlilt remedy for Catarrh. IIaU'3 Catnrrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on n tho Mucous surfacis. expelling the from i lie Blood and heallns the diseased portions. After yo" tvo taktn Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will sec a rtrcat lmpricment In your rccneral health ft irt taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine at one arid act tld of catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. rmSKV Ft CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Pol-so1 Pinlvliani MediIf you want special advice write to Lydia cine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Sla.ss. Your letter will be opened, read and. answered by a woman and. held in strict confidence. church is afToiding much enjoyment to music lovers here. This nice instrument was made possible by the untiring efforts of Mrs. R. G. Pettus and sister, Miss Jean MeKeelinie, soliciting subscriptions. Mr. II. G. Cummins is much im- t The late Wm. Doores, M D . of Cral) Orchard, once lived heie. TH deceased had many friends-- and admirers in this section, who regiet tinnf fliic WfirilllT nlil f.f.M. T.icciwr nv No man of the writer's actleman. - quaintance Doores ever surpassed Dr. proved. Sold hy all tiiutrlsts, 73c. Waynesburg Rev. E. W. Coakley filled his ap- pointment here Saturday evening and Sunday. The M. M. W. met at the church Monday evening at 7 P. M. 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. W. H. Hi ggins regardless of the appeals of the mother, it was thrown overboard by orders from the master of the vessel, but the chest in which it had been concealed was brought on across and has been carefully preserved from that time to the present, and is very highly prized by its owner, Mrs. Roberts. Descendants of the Crider family intermarried with descendants of the Shelby family and in this way the old chest has been handed down from one generation to the succeeding one for the last 300 years. The New York World calls attention to the fact that submarine attacks by the Germans on the United States have invariably been followed by Mexican raids, indicating an understanding between Carranza and the Kaiser. Gen. Fred Funston, a commanding figure in the country's military life, died suddenly Monday at San Antonio. He was the capturer of Aguinaldo. Come at once! my horse is sick. ' . giv en ailing stock so that farm work may not be delayed. Bell Telephone Service on the farm enables you get the veterinary quickly. to It also keeps you in touch with the markets and your neighbors. t "fi ttiicuuuii uiuai uc If there is no telephone on your farm write day for our Free Booklet. Address:- - to- Farmers' Line Department. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED Miss Ruby Punish has had a severe spell with measles. Miss Nora Smith was a recent sufferer from grip and meatus. J. M. Luusford has tazed the old "Clay Bunk College" building and raised a hen house. J, P. Arnold is engaged in tho Keep a bottle handy for rheumatism, manufacture of hemp breakers in the sprains, bruises, toothache, neuralgia, gout, "Pud" building near the Methodist lumbago and tore stiff muscles. church. At all druggists, 25c. 50c. and $1.00. Tho family of Mr. Ben Holtzclaw aro all quite ill. Mr. Holtzclaw has j been u great sufferer from throat neck, all pains and aches yield to Sloan's Liniment. Do not rub it. Simply apply to the sore spot, it quickly penetrates and relieves. Cleaner than mussy plasters or ointments, it does not stnjn the skin. Soro issy The object of prayer for the prayer meeting Wednesday evening is "The Sunday School." E. W. Coakley will be leader. The M. M. W. met with Mrs. W. B. Burleson Thursday at 2 P. M. measles. poorly. The aged Mrs. Jane Bell is sick at Uncle John Anderson remain Mrs. Peyton Routon is better at the home of her son, Levi Bell. She quite low. Mr. Ben Holtzclaw i rethis wilting. ported no better this morning. Little Alma Reynolds is ill with a is threatened with pneumonia. Mr. James F. Miller is reported Menefee Elmore has laid foundacold. tions for a new store building. wine better. The real estate film of Thompson & Reynolds sold the G. W. CarpenT imrrmi ter farm to S. S. Floyd, of Tennessee $1,200. for the homes of The stork visited Edgar Walls and Oscar Reynolds, ilson Sunday night and left Jake boys. All democrats. Mrs. E. L. Gadberry has returned from i ecelia, where she has been at the bedside of her sister, Mr. Lido Kincaid We are making a mixed feed for chickens from clean wholesome Mr. Glenn Ratliff left for Pike grain and feed, proportioned to make on ideal food for the fowls. county Monday to attend the burial of his cousin, Ralph Ratliff, who was killed there Sunday. Here is the Mixture: E. L Gadberry made a business Cracked corn, wheat, buckwheat, sutrip to Monticello Friday. gar cane seed, oats and barley. All Miss Juey Singleton spent Sunday feed no waste in it. Try some now with Mioses Myra anil Zola Acton. you will like it. $2.50 per 100 lbs. Davis came home fiom J. F K., last week. Masti r Win, Perry is able to attend school ngain. P. D, Green is building an addition to his store. Mrs. Mattie Gooch is at the bedTUCKY . side of her sister, Mrs. Hendrick Hir-n- Fado Parks has been under tho weather several days with a "sun pain." He says it hurts only while the sun is above the horizon. Miss Tory Andeton, who is attending school at Berea, was here to Mr. and Mrs. visit her parents, Jones L. Anderson. James D. Anderson of Louisville, was here at the bedside of his father Mr. John Anderson, who is not expected to live. The infant son of Ed Bell is some controlling interest over their faculties, so much so, that he has them better. The little daughter of Mr. and walk and talk as he wishes. Mrs. Fado Parks is now well of Mr. Wm. Dyehouse still continues as an instructive, entertain-- I ing and authoritative convzrsutional-- j ist; well versed in ancient and modern history and endowed with a woo-- j derful memory he was a center of 'attraction in any crowd of intellt- gent people. Some of the young men of th village and community were unter- tabling their friend, old John Bnrle-- I corn, of Lebanon, last week. John getting to be quite a visitor here late ly, and sorry to state, is getting a is-- I BAUGHMAN'S "HEN FEED n Ben-hu- J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KEi. Hayes in Louisville. IlltSXUEntSB Preachersville shoulders, lamo back, Make Your Crops Bigger The best way is to put on the right kind of Fertilizer. We have just received a couple of car-load- s of the well-know- n Swift and Armour Brands of Fertilizer And can sell it to you right. . trouble. Mrs. Grace Ballard and baby nro with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lunsford. A brand new organ M BOX 339, FRANKFORT, KY. at the Baptist E. T. PENCE. Page Four The Interior Journal 8Arn.KT,-..T:niToii The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February, 23, stntc-wido 1917. prohibition is the Ing Him; no longer the veil upon the they see a chance to vent their dirty time is read, Senator Beck- next step. It docs., not require any heart when Moses known by but the spleen, and it hurts looking Father seen nnd ham with those who know him and eulogy of Senator Beckham to prove unto Jesus, "The express Image of asd rormTo M. 8. love him for his courage and fidelity his devotion to the tompcrnncc cause God's person, the fullness of the to the right principles, not the slight- of Kentucky, for not nn important Godhead in n body." He did the at tht pontefxot at Stanford, Ky., Sntrrtd ttroml clan mail matter. est. Read in another column the piece of liquor legislation has been Father's will and delighted to make Him known. God statement he makes in regard to the adopted without his nctivc support light to shine out ofwho commnnded darkness, shincd Subscription Rates matter, and then read the following and leadership. His vote last week into the heart of His loving child to ..$1.60 per Tear.. Hoth lMiei a week, the Twice wk, for S month?..... .... ... 1.00 which Editor Harry Sommers says was entirely consistent with that de- give her the light of in knowledge .. .75 : votion. the face of Twice a week, for 0 months.........., Any other position would of the glory of God .. .40 in the Eliznbcthtown News this week or n months it week, Twice Christ From this time on she .. l.OO Once a week, either imte, per year, When Senator Beckham votes have imperilled the adoption of state-wi- e JesusJesus were close friends. They and Suhcr!pttoni are cah in advance lo all! l pa prohibition. up against an net of Federal legislation per Mopi when time for which It Is paid, walked and talked together holding e converse sweet, where He led she folmaking every state that is lowed. She trusted Him, He trusted "bone dry," he takes n perfectly Political Announcements. her. It was her custom to arise early, Mrs. reasonable position, and one that an hour before her family was astir The Interior Journal la antnorlied to ant will do more to advance the cause of nounce the following candidates for office, and keep the morning watch with to the Democratic primary the firrt Sat- temperance than to rcUutl it. Jesus to receive a fresh anointit.g of fee urday in Angus!, 1017. (Announcement His love nnd power ere' the cares for each county offlco l 910; for district ofProhibition legislation must, to n office $5. No fice, $15: for city or maRiHerial and service and conflicts of t!;o clay resannouncement will be made until fee la paid certain degree, be enncted in 1847 1917 began. When sorrow invaded the In advance.) ponse to public sentiment, not in dehome Jesus gave the "Oil of joy for For State Senator mourning." Did Satan burden with fiance of it and when the Federal there came inJAY W. HARLAN Congress proposes to attach a "bono to On May 12th, 1847 the home of a spirit of heaviness, Jesus supplied II. CLAY KAUFFMAN the world through the "Garment of praise." In every prodry" clause to every J. R. MOUNT. Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Duncan, of Gar- temptation, every vicissitude, the will succeed rard county, a baby girl christened hibition nmendment it For Sheriff The par- Balm of Gilcad and the great Physi J. II. LIVINGSTON. in keeping the saloon in a number of Charlotte Letcher Duncan ents perhaps did not fully realize the cian" were recognizcu anu counted M. S. BAUGHMAN. suites that otherwise would abolish potency, the possibilities of this on. Always did she encourage her W. S. DRYE. the sale and manufacture of whisky. fresh life from God. nor the bless self in the Lord, proclaiming His For County Judge One, M. F. NORTH. Whenever legislation is adopted ings it would bring in the unfolding name as the all sufficient they loved T. A. RICE in the language 'before there is sufficient public senti- -' v,carf' butgirl and soonand cherhhed speaking her fnith Habakkuk, "Alto she gr.-baby prophet For County Attorney ment to justify it, nn immediate re- Maiden fair. Then a stranger to tne of the the fig tree shall not blosthough J. S. OWSLEY. action follows, and the benefits of village comes: som, neither shall fruit be in the For Representative vines; the labor of the olive shall moderate legislation, indorsed by H. G. SKILES. "Beckons to the fairest Maiden fail, and the fields shall yield no For Jailer public sentiment are lost. And she follows where he leads her meat. The flock shall be cut off from W. A. CARSON. Kentucky Legislature In 1900 the " the fold, nnd there shall be no herd Leaving all things for the GEORGE F. DEBORDE submitted the first county unit law, DINK FARMER in the stalls. Yet will I rejoice in the Lord, I will joy in the God of my For Assessor which was the first liquor legislation Duncan beCharlotte J. N. CASH of consequence passed in the State, Thus the wife ofLetcher CrutchfiiVl salvation." She instructed her chilRichard came Lord, leading For Magistrate 1st Dist. and which, at that time, was consid- Warren. Their union was most happy dren in the way of thetrust Jesus, to J. T. DUDDERAR them on to know and Public favor was behind nnd to them were born sons and renlize His presence in the home, His ered drastic. to each life, His power the county unit law. It enabled more daughters. Like Timothy, from a "Holy SENATOR BECKHAM'S VOTE than 100 counties to rid themselves child, Mrs. Warren knew the by 1'cr for all their needs. The impress of Scriptures," being taught her life is deep grained into theirs, Remarkably strange how disap- of the saloons, but if instead state- fjodly mother whose memory she and they cannot but reflect the pointed folks who are always against wide prohibition, for which then there ever held in tender reverancc aril heavenly virtues nnd benefactions Word of the temperance measures, and newspa- was no considerable clamor had been love. The in the heart Lord thin that identified her with Christ. "She proved a was a crown to her husband, and his proposed in 1900, no ilquor legislation early hid pers which always take the whisky refreshing throughout her would have been secured and the spring ofthe responsibilities of wife heart did safely trust in her." As her end of a proposition in Kentucky, arc life.' As life expanded under the "Warm over the vote that Senator Beckham benefits accruing from the county nnd mother came, they were met in touch of God" and "His love was faith, with a cherry heart, undaunted shed abroad in her heart by the Holy cast in congress against the "bone unit law would have been lost. courage and rare consecration. Step by step as public sentiment gave herself without reserve to She Spirit given unto her," her ministry dry" bill the other day. And strange the evolved in its favor, the county unit nurture and training of her house- also reached out beyond the limits of again, isn't it, that the real friends home and her neighbors and friends of temperance who nre familiar with law was strengthened, and became of hold. "Looking well to its ways, nnd were drawn into the love and felloweating not the bread of idleness." ship of Jesus because of His power the progress of campaigns against great value, but only because every While her children were yet small, liquor, understand the position that piece of additional legislation was in Mrs. Warren, through the teaching in her life. She taught in the Bible church and hearts Beckham took and have not the least response to a well defined public sen- of the great and much loved Ken- School of her thrill of the love of there felt the tucky Evangelist George O. Barnes Christ and were won to Him. "She word of censure for him. Papers like timent. l, This is an exact parallel to the came into closer touch with Jesus. opened her mouth with wisdom, in the Louisville Times and e and "bone Came to know Him as the indwelling her tongue was the law of kindness." the Danville Advocate and case between Christ, and to realize His sweet perwas preachothers which delight to villify and dry." The people of Kentucky are sonal interest, sympathy and help in Through her the Gospel the prisoner ed to the poor; she took slander him and have done so upon ready for a vote on and every concern of daily living. She the Word of Life; told it to the colevery opportunity since the fateful there are many who believe the yielded her life to Him, cofidently ored folk of the town and taught day when they delighted in his de- amendment will be submitted if committing herself, her all to His their children in a little class, plantcontrol that His life might be manifeat by Bradley and thereby became adopted. "Bone dry" is a step after fested in and through hers.So the ing in their hearts the incorruptible. God's promise, Word; parties to the treachery thereof, and when there is suff- the peace that passeth understanding that His confident in not return unword should have reared on their hind legs icient public sentiment to justify it, became her peace and beneath her to Him void." In season, out of searanting and raving that Beckham is the Kentucky Legislature, responsive name in her Bible she wrote "By son, by the wayside, in social hours, have not a sincere temperance senator and to the public will, can adopt such leg- grace, through faith Iblessed entered in the prayer circle she testified of rest of into rest." It was the keep, to has never been. It is the same old islation. Then, and not until then, knowing God as revealed in His Son Jesus, His power to save, to His comheal, and the blessed hope of - Jesus Christ. No more misunderstand- - ing. She sowed beside all waters, she thing, which they drag out whenever will it become effective. In the meancast her bread upon the waves; by gift, by prayer she went into all the earth, telling of her Lord andMaster. In the morning she sowed the seed and in the evening she withheld not her hand." So passed her days; fraught with love to Christ and to all for whom He died. Fervent was she in spirit, earnest in service, faithful in prayer, sweet in association with friends, and here memories throng so sacred, so tender and sweet, the heart throbs and sobs with joy and pain, the eyes grow dim, the pen falters and words come not to free the surging tide. Her Life's little day draws nigh unto its close. The meridian is passed, the hour of "Sunset and Evening Star" are just ahead. The dauhgters the son, these to whom she had given her best and frpm whom she ever received beautiful homage and tenderest love, are all about her, delighting in attending her; every thought is for her comfort, each heart is poured out in devotion; while she with loving words and gentle bids them be of courage and good cheer. Now that she can no longer minister with her own hands she uses their willing ones to help others, and devotes her time and thought to the far reaching ministry of prayer. So thankful for this unfailing labor of love, this most fruitful work of faith, whereby she can reach the man, nearest to her, the one farthest off and all that are in actually delivered to retail buyers since August 1, Have been built and the between. Calm, patient, beautiful These figures 320,817 represent the actual number of cars 1916. she waited, steadfast in the faith, "seeing no man but Jesus only." manufactured by us since August 1st, 1916, and delivered by our agents Looking unto Him, waiting for Him to retail buyers. for hath He not said? "If I go and prepare a place for you, I will come This unusual fall and winter demand for Ford cars makes it necessary again and receive you unto myself, for us to confine the distribution of cars only to those agents who have that where I am, there ye may be also." So she watched, and to those orders for immediate delivery to retail customers, rather than to permit watching with her, it seemed at times any agent to stock cars in anticipation of later spring sales. that she had heard the voice of Jesus, had felt His releasing power and gone We are issuing this notice to intending buyers that they may protect with Him, but again the dear eyes would unclose, the loving smile of themselves against delay or disappointment in securing Ford cars. If, recognition gladden the anxious therefore, you are planning to purchase a Ford car, we advise you to hearts, and tender words of love place your order and take delivery now. greet the eager ears. Now the light grows fainter, it deepens into night, Immediate orders will have prompt attention. still, they and she and He our Jesus wait and watch, till the early sunnso oi reo. lain, ivii breaks tho Delay in buying at this time may cause you to wait several months. gray of dawn and flushes the eastern Enter your order today for Immediate delivery with our authorized Ford sky with scarlet and gold that shed agent listed below and don't be disappointed later on. their lustre acitws the hills about the little town which so quiet lay, and where for long she had walked and " PRICES: loved and served; then the "Sun of THE Runabout $345; Touring Car $360; Righteous arose with healing in His Coupelet $505; Town Cur $595; Se. wings and caught away to tho "AbidMotOT dan $645, f. o. b., Detroit, Michigan ' ing place" tho spirit and the soul of Charlotte Letcher Warren. state-widsub-Jrc- Charlotte Letcher Warren state-wid- e with Him. None saw the rift in tho blue. The eyes were holden and tear bedimmed, but we know His hand lifted the veil for her. Wc believe His voice said "Well doncl Enter thou into the joy of thy Lord." Hcr's the abundant entrance, unchallenged, she walk in, through the gates, into the city, nnd Jesus held her hand. As we think of her, let each lay to henrt, the admonitions to which sho gave heed and obedience as she went deeper into Christ, apart from Jesus wc can do nothing, be nothing, He alone is sufficient for such a life as hers, the secret of which, it letting Jesus have the right of way. giving life over to His control that "lie may will and work in it His own good pleasure." No flesh shall glory in His prescncc."Thc trensure is in nn earthen vessel that the excellency of the nower mav ho of uoii" "As u is written let Him that glorieth glory in the Lord." He was the beauty, tho power, the ornament of our dear friend's life, nnd she counted it not dear unto herself, so that she might honor Christ, finish her course with joy and be received into glory. iOMAcM Gnll Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines, Yellow Jaundice. Appendicitis nnd other fatal ailments result from Stomach Trouble. Thousands of Stomach SufTercrs owe their complete recovery to Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Unlike any other for Stomach Ailments. For sale by The Penny Drug Store nnd druggists n, saintly That wc shall know it not? Oh! fnithless heart, God will not take The spirits which He gave, and make The glorified so new That they arc lost to mc nnd yout. I do believe The same sweet face transfigured Shall meet us there, Less sad, less wistful, in immortal Divinely fair. beauty "We are quite sure wc shall find 'once more beyond God will give her back, bright, pure And Earth s sorrows, and beautiful. Bcvond these skies, We know He will but keep In the fair city of "the sure foundaCur own and His until wc fall asleep, tions" Wc know He does not mean Those henvenly eyes. To break the strands reaching between this here nnd there. shining-througWith the same welcome How will it look, that face that wc That met us here, Eyes from where beauty God have cherished Whpn next wc meet? banished weeping Will it be changed, so glorified and And wiped away the tear." stran-ser.- their sweetness, has love-rig- ht " '- -' ,e.r sKlr J!wiBcffwABPvc3B3ssssBBMisB Courier-Journa- state-wid- state-wid- e, state-wid- e, The Kingdom of Health HEALTH, STRENGTH, VITALITY within your grasp. 50 per cent of our citizens are only "half alive." How about yourself? ARE YOU SUFFERING FROM ANY FORM OF DISEASE? 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Send for our great book "THE COWBOY HERBALIST" study it, learn the great possibilities held out to you. THEN ACT. All people can buy our great SCIENCE SOPE & COWBOY LINIMENT at GOD-give- n COM-CEL-SACOM-CEL-SA- THE, LINCOLN PHARMACY. Stanford WEDDLE'S DRUG STORE, Hustonville Dakota Remedy Company Jack-White-M- oon 3729-373- 1 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky and she went The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February, 23, 1917 Page Five Most Effective Remedy Mother Had Ever Used DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN RELIEVES BABY WHEN OTHER MEDICINES FAILED Hartwcll Shanks spent several cr There Is nothing so necessary to n child's health and comfort as regularity of the bowels. All children arc especially susceptible to stomach trouble and any overstrain of the sensitive organs has a tendency to obstruct elimination. This condition is responsible for much of the illness " per?- of childhood. To relievo constipation a mild laxative should be employed. Cathartics and purgatives arc violent in their action and should be avoided. Mrs. narcotic drugs; it acts gently without Alfred Du Bois, Mt. Holly, N. J.,' griping or other discomfort, and says Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is to children because of its plcns-awithout doubt the most effective taste. Druggists everywhere sell remedy for constipation she has ever it for fifty cents a bottle, and every used and that it is the only remedy mother should have it in the house she could find for her baby. Little for use whenever occasion arises. Earl was badly constipated during To avoid imitations and ineffective his first year and nothing she tried substitutes always be sure to ask for seemed to help him until she got a Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Sec ', bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep- that a facsimile of Dr. Caldwell's sin. Now he is a fine, strong, healthy signature and his portrait appear on boy, and she thanks Dr. Caldwell for the yellow carton in which the bottle is packed. A trial bottle free of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a charge, can be obtained by writing combination, of simple laxative herbs Dr. V. B. Caldwell, 455 Washington church section. with pepsin, free from opiates or St., Monticello, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Moore nnd Mrs. D. G. Portman, of Liberty, have been W. T. Warren, of Louisville, is here to see Mrs. Bettic Moore, who has been ill at the home of her daughhere with friends. l ter,, Mrs. Ed. Wilkinson. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hampton, of Coming Events News comes from Dry Ridge that Lebanon Junction, are here with rela Will Huffman, better known to his Feb. 23 Washington's Birthday tives and friends. friends as "Doc," is improving nicedance given by young men of StanMiss Elizabeth B. Coppage of Covly from his rheumatic attack. He ford. Mrs. ington, is visiting her sister, Feb. 23. The Missionary Society j George Martin. on the Somerset pike. writes that he has gained five pounds in a week. of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. Ernest Martin, of Paris, has Mrs. R. L. Davison at 2 o'clock. home after a visit to Mr. returned Feb. 27 The Tuesday Afternoon and Mrs. George Martin. BaiClub will meet with Mrs. J. C. Mrs. Katherine Anderson has been ley next Tuesday, Feb. 27, at 2:30 quite ill for several days at her home Mrs. Annie James, who has been o'clock. in the country. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Miss Lena Beck, of McKinney, is Wearen, left last week for Columbia, Mrs. J. S. Baughman is out after the guest of Mrs. Will Hawkins at S. C, where she has accepted a posian attack of grippe. Corbin. tion as matron at the Y. W. C. A. Miss Mary Bruce is able to be out Mr. and Mrs. Keene Lutes, of Danafter a siege of grippe. ville, spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Carson, Western Union Mr. and Mrs. John O. Reid were in John Lutes. agent here, spent several days with Louisville this week. Miss Johnnie Azliill, of Richmond, friends at Richmond this week. Coe Deputy Jailer John DcBorde, of is the guest of Miss Lottie Carson Moser held down the key for him Crab Orchard, is here for circuit for the dance tonight. while he was away. court. Miss Mary Dee Beck, of McKinMisses Ruth and Margaret Beck, ney, will be the guest of Miss Lucin-d- a Local Agent H. C. Anderson sold of McKinncy, arc here for the dance Lutes for the hop tonight. Ford touring cars tonight'. Mrs. R. A. Asbury went to LanR. L. went to caster this morning to be with her within th week to Senator Miss Ella May Saunders Hubble, R. E. Gaines and Scott Bros. Cincinnati Wednesday to buy some aunt, Miss Jennie Duncan, who is Mr. Anderson is having trouble getof her spring millinery. not very well. ting them in fast enough to supply Mrs. Will Sneed, of Knoxville, who the demand. came here to attend the burial of . her sister, Miss Mary Logan Tuesday J. N. Wigginton, district agent , returned home today. for a big insurance company, spent Mrs. S. F. Moore, Jr., of Harrods-burg- , several days here this week with lois the guest of her parents, cal agent R. M. Newland. Mr. WigDr. and Mrs. W. F. Watkins. Miss -- TOginton formerly taught in the high Harrods-bur- g Margaret Sampson, also of many friends in accompanied Mrs. Moore for school here and has this community. a visit to relatives and friends. -n William Grimes, Howard Newland, MATINEE AND NIGHT W. C. White, of Covington, who William Yager, Stewart and William has a position as fireman on the L. Carson, and Miss Nancy Yeager were and N., visited the homefolks here among the crowd, that went to the this week. He and R. K. Pepples, dance at Danville Thursday evening. who also has a good place with the Winston Churchill's Great Novel Mrs. Pcrmelia Brown had as her same great railroad system, recently guests for dinner Thursday, Mrs J. moved their headquarters from Paris C. Osborne, of Knoxville, Mrs. R. A. i to Covington. Asbury, of Chattanooga, Miss Margaret Warren, of Colmubus, O., and Chairman N. 0. Gray, of the Misses Jennie and Charlotte Warren of this city. An elegant dinner was State Insurance Rating Board, and Actuary T. M. Goodloe have returnserved. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Traylor, for- ed to Frankfort from London, where Wonder A Sclig Masterpiece in Ten merly of Stanford, have moved from they settled a controversy over rates Reels Paris to Corbin, where Mr. Traylor on the principal business block of Special Music by Orchestra from the will have his headquarters as travel- the town by the owners consenting Mary Anderson Theatre, Louisville ing engineer of the L. and N., in the to the removal of a dry cleaning establishment. The companies had 25c and 50c future. He spent several days early PRICES in the week with his father, A. T. raised the rates on the entire block ' Traylor, in the Goshen section. from $2.84 to $8.11 the $100, on np-pca- ls nt jjl Earl Du Boisj Jijij it days in Lexington this week. Fred Gnrnett is nble to be out nf-ta spell of pneumonia. Missus Kate Davis Raney and Lottie Carson have returned home from Louisville. Mrs. O. P. Huffmni. visited Mrs. S. K. Dudderar at Gilbert's Creek this week. Dr. Joe McCnrty went to Lancaster and from there to Pinevillc to make a visit this week. Jesse Hocker, who is nttonding school at Lexington, was at home today with his father, J. S. Hocker. Attorneys Lewis Walker nnd Joe Robinson, of Lancaster, were here the first of the week attending court. Mnrgnret Davison nnd Misses Frances Cormincy accompanied Miss Ellen Ballot! to Cincinnati last week nnd spent several days. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Traylor are back home again after an extensive nnd delightful visit to Florida and other points in the south. Mrs. W. G. McBce, of Mt. Vernon was the guest of her mother, Mrs. D. B. Southard and family here this week. Miss Theresa McGavock returned to her home at Nashville late last week after n visit to her sister, Mrs. W. R. Todd, here. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moser have both been down with the grip nt their home in the McCormack's Special Offerings OF Children's New Wash Dresses 65c, 98c, $1.25, $1.50 As you know, the prices on Ginghams and all other Wash Fabrics have advanced fully 50 per cent and practically sure to go higher, so when we can assure you that the prices of these dresses are fully as low as last year, you should take advantage of the opportunity These were fortunate purchases from reliable makers who owned the Ginghams at old prices. Come while the assortment is complete. (Zfcr vhJC In sizes two to six years in six desirable sizes. Genuine Amoskeag Ginghams in six new styles in 6 to 14 years. Sizes styles. 6 to 14 90 Personal and Social $.LiO (1 CA (M OR years in eight new p.Jl Sizes 6 to 14 years in 5 styles made from genuine Anderson Ginghams. Heard About Town Also a full line of the celebrated Detroit-Princes- s line of Children's Dresses from 2 to 16 years at all prices from $1.25 to $5.00 Special Lot of Children's Rompers at 50c I lm IL&'q Robertsoa DANVILLE, KENTUCKY IMf1 wrjnrwm Bro. the distinction of being Mayor of Damille just live brief minutes and resigned. In other words, he wa- elated, and after making a brief speech thanking the council he u- signed. er IHTUfflTV " LI' account of the establishment. COMING! Stanford Opera House Wednesday, Mar. 7 jness connections in New York and it (nov looks like he will make that his Mrs. Walter VanArsdale and Miss home for all time. It is said that Edna Camnitz spent yesterday in when one gets acclimated to New Louisville, the guests of their bro- York and its ways it is indeed hard ther, Howard Camnitz, and Mrs. Cam- 'to get away from, and when one is jaway they have a feeling like they nitz. Danville Advocate. tare camping out. Mr. Menefec had Manager C. II. Foster is to pre-- 1 sent the great picture "The Crisis" hero March 7th, matinee and night, It is one of the masterpieces of the film world and will undobtedly be seen by a record crowd. j lie was accompanied to by his son. Mastei Wash- - ington Menefee. Samuel w w m m The Crisis Pryan Perkins will go to Lexing-- 1 ton soon where he will take a nice position .is city salesman for Armou" and Company, the big meat packers, lie will be greatly missed from the Stafford High School base ball team ths season and his place at third will be hard to fill. 4 All Wool Suits Wfe No CPlf tfciMore nfelThan ' MADE TO YOUR ORDER W. C Forsythe, a brother-in-la- w of Hugh Noe, has moved here with his family, consisting of his wife and six children and is receiving a cordial Mr. Forwelcome to tin community. sythe has been engaged in the bary-te- s mining business, and will have his headquarters here in the future. He has rented Mr. A. T. Nunnelley's tfSS W cottage on Lancaster street. Special Low Prices FOR Saturday & Monday LADIES' HATS $2.50 and $3.00 hats now SILK HOSE 50c hose, all colors now The Ashland Independent said this week: Mrs. E. C. Walton, of Stanford Miss Ky., foimerly the beautiful Maude Marcum, is in the city, a guest of her sister, Mrs. A. Minis. Mrs. Walton, although having only been married little more than three years, is now a proud grandmother, a fine son having been born on St. Valentine day to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter, of Stanfoid, the latter before marriage was Miss Lucy Leo Walton, step daughter of Mrs. Walton. The proud young parents have named the young man Edwin Depauw, in honor of both grandfathers. Mrs. Walton's many We Challenge any maker or retailer of men's suits and overcoats to duplicate our high grade, all wool fabrics to equal our splendid tailoring to match the style and fit of our garments, for less than $25 to $30. LADIES' WAISTS 98 39 $1.00 and $1.25 waists now HOUSE DRESSES $1.00 and $1.25 dresses now LINOLEUM $1.50 linoleum, two yards wide now 69 98 A big line of Sprinc Ginghams. CURTAIN GOODS 1 grade now .15 9 .25 grade now VOILES FOR WAISTS & DRESSES 29 ,50 value now Lace from .3 to $1.00 l-- We Guarantee the same high grade, pure wool fabrics the same satisfactory style and fit, and the same good service as always, in spite of the great advance in cost of woolens. Be 300 All Wool 98 t friends are delighted at seeing her again. In his Wasington notes in the Danville Advocate, W. V. Richardson had the following of interest concerning a former Stunford boy: Hon. Samuel W. Menefee, of New York City, spent Thursday in Washington looking over local branch of tho Anderson Car Company, builders of tho Detroit Electric Car. Mr. Menefee is general manager for tho eastern of this concern, with headquarters in New York. That ho is dowell goes without ing exceedingly saying. He has long since made good wuh his company nnd also with tho buying public. He has splendid busi- - Embroidery from 4 per yard. per yard to .75 cents LADIES' SUITS We have a few ladies' suits worth $2.48 $10.00 and $12.50 now ,LACE & EMBROIDERY A complete line of laces and Measured Today Samples The BARGAIN Store & SALEM SALEM I. Routenber Hustonville, Ky. Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Kidd's Store Friday, February, 23,1917 SHERIFF'S SETTLEMENT HOW YOU GET SICK Momuch with rich foods. Your life may ho nn nctlvo one, nnd you may euro for nil you cut. thus But n few days of Inactivity show your pyntcm docs not cnll for bo much. You nwnko In tho morning tired. The Quest & Impossible Are you looking for the impossible trade the bargain so good so sure a cinch that you will never find it. 1 The man who takes advantage of a fair, legitimate trade sets it earning dividends in a live and lively way REALIZES the benefit that the seeker after the impossible flatters himself, he MAY ATTAIN if he waits long enough. 1 One gets his in the bank, the other in his mind that's the difference. I Don't wait for the impossible. Utilize some of the good trades which are coming up every day. We have plenty of them. Here are a few specimens. acre farm three the courthouse on e;ood splendid community. Has one of one and one half rooms, two porches and the other small cottage of four rooms and porch. Has two barns, one of the new 40x00 metal roof and the other barn a square lof barn with sheds all around it and new metal roof. Hen house, smoke house, carriage house, well house, fruit house, etc. All in good lepair and the fencing all new. Has well at door and cistern at barn also two biff ponds of never failing water. All of this faun is in grass except the garden. Good orchard. Will sell this place as a whole or will sell about 20 acres with small cottage and the other 52 This acres with all improvements. place is priced right and you can name your own terms. No. 198 99 acres in one mile of good town. Has large seven room lesidence, large new barn and all other outbuildings new and all fencing nearly new. Two good wells in yard besides springs and creek on place. About one half of this farm is in cultivation and the balance in grass except about ten acres in timber. Price $7,500. Terms one half down and balance in one year. No. 190 miles from pike and in two nouses, .story of six 72 4 Wheat looks bad, especially late sown. Cream separators have nt last been demonstrated profitable and a wnil for butter is swelling to a roar. The Kentucky fnrmer is loath to leave the ruts in which his father nnd grandfather ran. He promptly adopted the double shovel which doubled work of the standard bull tongue, nnd that murderous implement is today the standard of many in cultivating crops. The stomnch, the worst abused organ of the human system is recognized the essential to life and health by the many. Few know thai the roots are the plnnt's stomach through which nourishment is derived, and the masses continue ruthless, murderous mutilation of the plant's only provision for its assimilation of its food. And, though well aware of necessity of thinning corn, how few apply the rule to other crops, especially in gardens? How many Kentucky farmers ever thinned a patch of Irish potatoes, for instance? Oldest farmers declare 'present plague of rats worst ever known. Where contents of cribs have been pits of vegetables, esconsumed, pecially potatoes, have been invaded nnd the corn shocks at late shucking were found covering a honey comb of rat burrows. Confederate prisoners who supplemented quarter rations with rats pronounced that rodent savory as a squirrel, and avowed a fat dog which was kidnaped and eaten one of the most delicious meats ever tasted but war over, hog and hominy, chicken, rabbit, qu til and squirrel never admitted a for rat or dog. However, tlneu quarters a century ago Olney's a standard school book, had a picture of a Chinese rat peddler, a light pole on a shoulder from which were pendent strings of rats he supplied the trade. The rat is a succulent comestible, daintily neat of habit and of fastidious diet in contrast with the popular staples, pig and chicken, so why not a campaign of exploitation of a present worst and most expensive pest the husbandman harbors and convert the prolific consumer into a profitable asset?. It is oi needed to pooh, pooh, a senseks sentimental prejudice, and a f( housekeepers publish sensible processes of dressing a d cooking the tid bit. Let the rat be quickly added to the 'possum, coon, gtoundhog and kindred meat delicacies, supplying banquets to hungry thousands who can't pay the price for staple meats. Roads and rats have been the absorbing themes since adjustment to the erratic, eccentiic operations of Nature, and abrogation of all established precedents, rules and signs resultant from a mysterious and inexplicable slip of cogs in some part of the machinery. That our mail cairiers can, without regard for schedules, make landings at ends of their runs and exist within bounds of redemption from sin of profanity, as naturally produced as cold by zero temperature, surpasseth understanding, yet there are growls about dereliction of delivery. Unless commerce of early future shall be aerial, Casey must revert to primitive ox teams and pack horses over byways, for she seems not with virus of good roads. The Ground Hog Brotherhood had a thorough houseclear.ing at last anniversary conclave. The den was dismantled, all mural mottoes, memorial tablets canonized, portraits discarded and a statue of Henry Ford ordered a replica of the Colossus of Rhodes astride facade of tho den, and a double memorial window placed in honor of the world's noblest philanthropist after he had been elected an honorary member by acclamation. In defiance of greedy, predacious stockholders, he increased capacity of his plant to furnish increased employment of poor and needy and now that the war seems imminent, has tendered the government service of his works at cost of operation and his gratuitous supervision of efficient, hai.K-erin- g gco-giaph- y, oc-sioinoc-ulable Pomctlmos you overload your Your body feels henvy: you know you nro not up to tho murk. Your digestion hna not cared for tho ovcrlond. 1'n.rt of It remains. It generntcs una that lnllnmcs tho dellento linings. They rail to pour out the dlRcstlvn Ilulds nnd neglect to nbsorb tho elements. You know pomethlnir Is wronff. Your body gets wenlf, nnd soon opportunity la offered for aomo severe lllnes. Taken In time, tho Indigestion would not become, serious. First remove tho overload: then pootho tho sore membranes; then build up tho weakened body. It's simple to say, but not too easy to do. You need help. A tonic thnt will quicken iIIkcb-tlohelp rcmovo wnste, tho poreness nnd nrouso the soothe sy3tcm that's Just whnt you need. 1'erunn hna nn enviable record In this respect. It Iibb aided ninny thousands In tho lnst century to overcome Just these conditions, nnd thereby prevent serious sickness. The tablet form Is convenient for regular administration. .11 n n n 1n TnlildM nro tho Ideal lnxntlve nnd liver tnnlc. They havo n o tinplens-- n n t eftects nnd form no habits. 10c nnd :5c. fn, 1 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. To 50 cents on $7,359,017 of taxable property Auditor of Public Accounts certified by $3G,798.08 vfflvv'A '' W Tho Pcrum Co f Columbut, O. J about four No. 199 2(5 acres miles from Stanford. Three loom boxed house. Good well never failing water. Small stable, good crib, etc. 10 acres in corn, a little grass and balance of place in timber, chestnut, oak, black oak and poplar. Has 100 fruit trees. About 200 yards from school house and several acres of this place good tobacco land when cleared. Price only $000. Terms spot cash. acres of land about cleared and balance in timber. This property has the famous Elixir Hotel property on it and the same consists of 155 rooms and of this number theie is 25 bed rooms and the balance is the office, large skating rink, kitchen, dining loom, bath rooms, basement, etc. Two story frame building, metal loof and all of the same is in good repair. This water i the famous water of Kentucky. It is used for drinking and baths too. If this water was concentrated and put on the market it would make good money. It is the finest ever for rheumatism, stomach and kidney trouble, etc. On application will show analysis of water. People come here from all sections of Kentucky and other states too. This hotel is furnished completely, has new piano, about fifty pairs of skates, is steam heated and has all of the modern improvements in the way of water works, etc. Has a good orchard of aUbut two acres and the greatest place for strawberries in the state. Has little bed of about 1,000 plants from which gather about 75 gallons each year. We have a very low figure on this property completely furnished and easy teims. No. 202 100 acres In Fleming county. About 79 acres bottom land and balance in timber. This 70 acres is mostly in grass. There is about 20 acres of good tobacco land on this farm. Has good orchard. Four room ceiled and weather-boarde- d house, boxed and shingle roof. Darn 30x 30; corn crib, smoke house, etc. This place for sale or trade. The owner a traveling mart and cannot look after it longer as he has been transferred to other territory. Price only down and $3,000 and terms balance in one and two years. No. 175 Nice 20 acre farm about four miles from Stanford. Has one story residence of six and rooms, pantry, three porches, etc., two stnblcs, smoke house, well house, coal house cow house and storeroom in one corner of yard. All of the buildings and fencing too in A No. 1 shape. Well at house, good pond and spring and cieek. Good orchard. Plenty of About seven acres in gra-lociut posts. Price only 1,800. ou could not bujein to put tho buildings on this place for thfe money. Tho owner liven in another part of the state and has decided to let it go. to mako This is your opportunity ' some good money. No. 200 d 50 one-thir- BREEDING RECORD COWS Writing in the Lexington Leader last week, Prof. J. J. Hooper, head of Animal Husbandry Department, Uni versity of Kentucky said: When the Holstein cows that were beta" officially tented a few years ago produced 30 pounds of butter in a week it was thought that they had reached their ultimate limit, but word has just been received that the cow Segis Fayne Johnanna, 114658, has broken the record by producing in seven days 722 pounds of milk and 40,044 pounds of fat. bhe calved at the age of eight years and two months. Her sire is King Fayne Segis and her dam is Vilkina Johanna. She was bred inNew Jersey and is now owned by Oliver Cabana, Elma Center, New York. She displaces another 3 dairy queen that had a record of pounds of fat. The 40.54 pounds of fat is counted as the equivolent of 50.7 pounds of butter. During five lacation periods this cow has made a record above 30 pounds of butter in a week, which serves to distinguish her above any other cow. The sire of this cow has proved to be an excellent breeder, having 14 daughters that made advanced registry records with their first calves when they averaged 18.8 pounds of butter in seven days and he has fourteen other advanced registry daughters. Mr. Cabana has the $25,000 herd bull Rag Apple Korndyke 8th and this bull has sired the only that the world has known, and other tested daughters. This breeding serves to illustrate the fact that if a man is going to produce cattle with great records he must keep within the families that are producing the great records, lo simply breed registered cattle these days docs not imply that we are improving our herd or the cattle of our district. Improvement comes through a certain limited number of individuals. The new fifty pound cow contains in a concentrated form the blood lines of the Holstein breed that are producing the record animals. 37.-4- To 50 cents on 23.83 miles C N. O. & property nt $27,000 per mile To 50 cents on 23.83 miles Remainder T. P. R. R. 1912 ($300,000.) 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,G42.) 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 Railroad Franchise Tax T. P. Ry. on $898,488 4,492.44 Franchise C. N. Franchise Franchise Franchise O. & 1,500.30 C C C N. O. & 1,560.55 N. O. & 1,008.21 N. O. & 1,003.47 Franchise L. & N. R. 509.G7 41.41 14.931 cents on $8,283 American Tel. & Tel. Company 50 cents on $2,987 Hustonville Tel. Company 50 cents on $6,391 Pullman Company 50 cents on $5,893 Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co 50 cents on $6,844 Southern Express Co 50 cents on $3,172 Adams Express Company 50 cents on $14,363 Western Union Tel. Co 50 cents on $18,800 Stanford Water, Light & Ice Co 50 50 Other Franchise Tax 31.90 29.4 ij34.22" 15.86 71.81 94.00' 348.70 763.70 84.11 291.61 78.4581.90- 50 50 50 50 50 50 cents on $69,770 on First National Bank of Stanford .... cents on $152,740 on Lincoln County National Bank .... cents on $16,822 on Bank of Morcland cents on $58,322 on The National Bank of Hustonville.... cents on $15,G90 on Crab Orchard Banking Co cents on $16,380 on Waynesburg Deposit Bank cents on $14,868 on McKinncy Deposit Bank cents on $25,840 on People's Bank of Hustonville Lincoln County Bank Tax 74.34 129.2 To 50 cents on $451,654 L. & N. Tangible Railroad Tax To 50 cents on $649,010 C. N. O. & T. P. R. R. Tangible prop- Tangible Railroad Tax 2,258.27 3,245.05- 179.75- - 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 countv court clerk is entitled to the following credits t: $5,180 duplicated property $30,713 delinquent property $17,923 property exonerated by County court.. $85,986 property sold to State and county. Total amount Dirt Road claims by Sheriff, less Com. $6.32 Sheriff's Commission for collection on $59,889.30 Sheriff's Commission for collection on $10,273.87 school tax 9 double listed Polls at $1.50 each 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 and The Sheriff 50 cents on 50 cents on 50 cents on 50 cents on to-wit3 6,775.50 135.00' $62,916.98 By By By By By By By By By By By By By 25.90 153.56 89.61 449.9.? 5,665.87 2,695.57 410.95 13.50 27.00 117.00 3.00 13.50' 337.50 1,822.50' 51,116.5 $62,916.9 County HERE'STHEHOG sFtfimtt By 1,215 Polls (delinquent) By Receipts from W. M. Bright, County Treas., to balance &&' Mm n as v. rnmm m kvk. All of which is submitted to the court. G. B. COOPER, Commissioner. The following amounts have been received by me from J. G. Weatherford, Sheriff, and receipts issued therefor: October 16, 1910 5,000.00 November 9, 191G 4,000.00 December 4, 1916 15,000.00 December 11, 1916 15,000.00 December 23, 1916, (county claims) 322.18- , WjjjK BOURBON REJIEDV CO.. Lexington, Ky. Enclosed find photo ot hoc that wa- cured of cholera with j on: UiurScn Hosr Cholera Remedy. Tills Iioj.'u'-- nlmoht dead bafore usinc tho medicine, mil t!'cn was entirely cucvd, except loss of o.ir'j.tnil.r'c. Tlioho;ls owned by Mr.. tk;icu Hums, ci Howlinsr Urcon, Ky. Ho will bo clad to trlvo you n teititrorlal, and wo can ect scvtrul no.e If yen want tin"" DRUG CO.. Bowllns Green, Ky, Ask Your Druggist or It JENKINU-SUBLETT i.-- January 2, 1917 January 30, 1917 3,000.00- 8,794.41 $51,116.59' one-ha- lf Stanford, Ky., January 30, 1917. ; s W. M. BRIGHT, County Treasurer one-ha- lf E. R. Coleman, Prop. JOHN WHITE THE PENNY Sold By DRUG J. C. McCLARY STORE Stanford, Ky. J. L. Beazley & Co., I & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. s. Liberal assortment ind full value paid llpfcr Undertaker Office I economic work. Hitfaa and A mad dog panic has been added Beat klna to our winter's woes, and slaughter of famishing curs has been almost raw FURS Sot Embalmer Undertaker EmL' ?mer Home Phone 35 rhone 107 Phone 42, Stanford. Ry. STANFORD. KY. indiscriminate. I Hughes and Stanford, Ky. Office Phone 180 Home Phones 152 and 184 ed session During present calllegislature, let some philanthropist and statesman win immortality by framing a law which will rid his state of the curse of dogs, which restricts sheep raising, one of the fawner's most profitable flocks, to which our state is famously udapt-eCioate the office of dog killer, who will be sworn to hunt and kill every dog which is found without a licensed badge, attesting ownership and responsibility for all his depredations. of d. IfViiimiierliie in Florida .& fe Twr Dnilv Trains: I I 20-Ye- ar FARM LOANS D. A. Lancaster, Ky. in sums of $2,000 or more. No loan fee charged. Phone or Wxito THOMAS uthorn Railway Pullman leaving Louisville 7:55 p. m., arriving car Jacksonville 8:50 p. m. Through Pullman connection on train leaving Louisville 7:20 a. m., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 a. m. h Throup-- is the direct line to Asheville, Aiken, Augusta, Charleston, Columbia, Savannah, Summerville ana otner soumcrn reruns. Dining Car Service Winter Tourist, Variable Tour and Homeseek The Southern Railway ert Excursion Fares now in effect Stopovers and other special features. Full information and fares from local Southern Railway agent or write B. H. T dd.District Past'r Agent, SUrkt Bldg., Louisville, Kr, jykL The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February, 23, 1917 K22i?X ,!.twrtvJTS .tK Jik.Tii- l-VitVPK" "-. Page Sever! ,J HYOM PI mN0UliCl HHrff'O-ME- Mt. Moriah Most every family In this section lias had one or more cases of grip. We are glad to sec some sunshine and warmer weather after a long cold snowy winter. Mis. Alfred Haugh continues very sick her f i lends will he sorry to know. Mrs. D. II. Hiatt is much better after n severe spell of grip, we arc glad to state. Mrs. Anna llastin is on the sick list and also Mrs. C. L. Dawes. Jesse Flanery and bride moved into the house lecently vacated by T. I). Hastin and family. T'was with l egret that the neighbors gac up Mr. Hastin and his excellent wife, and they will be gieatly missed. Miss Minnie Hutchinson went to Stanford Tuesday to be at the bedside of her father, John Spires, who is very sick. Hubeit Lewis and bride have moved into the house that Chas. Duna-wa- y "f(i-Yi.-Y- ii! Git junction City l&XSiUWJ!t1(tt ) ENDS CATARRH, ASTHMA, Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, oi Sold and guaranteed bj Biooey btck. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Surveying and Leveling sure your title is pood. Let me survey your Inml purchase for you, nnd make certain. Will go anywhere 15c M. C. Newland, Stanford CAPT. AM BOURNE AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. The high dollar at your sale all the time and at lowest price; sales cried anywhere. Phone 364A Lancaster at my expente recently vacated. The young folks pleasantly surprised Miss Toy Hutchinson by gathering at her home for a social party on J. M. REYNOLDS UNDERTAKER, WAYNESBURG. We carry a large and complete stock of Caskets, Kobes etc at all times. ; Phone: Farmers' line No. - Woodstock line No. -- CONTRACTING See B. L. FAGALY for Contracting tid Building of any sort Houses, Barns, Etc. Stanford, Kentucky. Valentine night. Joe Wells and wife have moved into the James Reed house. Miss Ethel Maybriar was the pleasant guest of Miss Viola Hiatt on Sunday last. Mr. and Mr. Will Dunaway were guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Boone recently. Mis. Mary A. Boone was a pleasant caller at Mrs. J. M. Hratt's Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Coulter and benutiful baby weic at Mrs. II. F. Ewing. They were from Caldwell 2 Drops Make Corn "Fall" Off! Club. church, near Parksvillo. I've Joined tlie 1Ncver-Afral- n Mr. nnd Jm, Robert Burke huva Never nirnin will uao nil thing for " I'ut torni but "acts-It.-and from 2 drops adopted a little girl from the on, of 'Gots-l- t' thnt hoc-oitho corn begins to shrivel. Orphan Home at Louisvillo. Rev. L'inest Ford, of Transylvnnia Bible College, Lexington, and for a yenr, pastor at Junction City Christian church, has accepted a call for two Sundays to the I'leawnt Grove church in Garrard county. He will serve these two ehuiches for 1917. Mrs. T. J. Blankenship and family moved to the old Oxley place of "Black Ike" Shelby last week. Mrs. Kittle Helm lately vacated it for Mi. Weisigcr's residence in Danville, and she mid Mis. Keane will take roomers nnd boat tiers1 in the futtiie. Prof. K. L. Grubbs was unable to "Ob, Don't Touch It! It' So Sore!" teach his loom at school Friday on A ever Hhc "KrtN-It- " and It Will account of an attack of grippe. Miss lie Sore! Instead of swelling up liko a llttlo Gladys Tucker, his able asisstant white sponge. Then It loosens from your toe ami. glory hallelujah! tho filled his place for him. corn comrs on" as though you'd taka Mrs. Kate King, of Moreland, was off a glove"Gcts-It- "our hand! corn discov- among relatives and friends here last Is tho Yes. Is ery of tho age. More "(Jets-It- " sold by many times than any other week. corn remedy In rrlstence. Try It Mr. Riihard Cox's funeral was nnd you'll know tho reason why. It preached at the Baptist Church takes two seconds to apply It, and It dries nt onre. That's all. Don't Thursday afternoon and his remains experiment follow tho experience) of millions and use "Gets-It.- " . laid to rest in the Junction City cem'flcts-H- " 25c n If sold every win-reliottle, or sent on receipt of prlco by etery. Uncle Dick will be much missU. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, III. ed by all his friends and i datives and Sold in Stanford and recommend- the traveling public who were accused as the world's best corn remedy tomed to see him and hear him play by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The his guitar or organ at our depot, the Penny Drug Store. Ms 'GiljjlT Quick!" n YM nt VK,nn)fn(sl3FHiKlDMPlinv PnvTjliii For Infants nnd Clo'lL .n. mmi(m . ft Ji.ii W. a, M .5.", r. IJW iimiliilin-illielbodbyKeiiul- a ffi ymA tif r.p.NT. Mothers Know That Genuine eastern AVoelnblclVcparnlionftrjVi rJ-C- linrilhStoichsanleAreUM, ThcrcbjM'fomoiiniiDK-cslion I Fl'ri ' K.i ,Uto,: 7 vh?fc . '-i Vl (;i.ccrfulnessandRest.Contatns Always Bears the Signature of Jw ncillicrOphim.lorphlncnor Miiicr.il.NoTAiicoTtc 'J Mr7 p.fc '9 . j'impun j jltx Sennit JirArUrSJl JVpNrmml i Iks UlUrbmnttSMt henn irii y:sr AhHl'folKnncdyfor Gonslipn1ion.indDiarrhoca. Fcvcrishnps and nnd :':i rcstiltinorcfroil2!lInran rncbimilcSijnatuof y GStf?M I hf j "S"l s i Use For OvBr i past few years. Manly MeGuffey has moved back to the water works at Stanfoul. Mr. Rube Melton and bride have moved to the Hutchinson farm near DENTIST Rev. Masters filled his appoint Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays Mt. Moriah. ment at tho Christian chuich Satur-tlaat Crab Orchard and Sunday. He has been chos Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays en pastor for the coming year. at Stanford Office in Lincoln Bank Binding Mrs. J. B. Miller has been quite ill but is improving now. The little daughter of Mr. and T. Mrs. Clarence Dunn hab measles. DENTIST Claud nimble is able to be out Stanford, Ky. Myers House Flats again after a sick spell. Office 240; Res. 165 Phone: V. C. Gilliland bought a horse of W. W. BURGIN W. PENNINGTON, J. B. PERKINS Rooms 28-2- DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. Phone 214 KY. Plumbing, Tinning and Repairing of all kinds. For any work of this sort, see A. D. PARSONS Phone 251 A ..i. -V.ULO Stanford, Ky. D Di. DUS UCLWCCU Danville and Stanford Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9:00 r. m. and 1:30 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at Low Charges O. L MINKS. Proorietor is half of a Good Sale. Let me eiy your .sale and I will get you top prices. I will go anywhere you want me to and alwavs treat you right. M. H. JOHNSON Phone 1020. R. D. 1, Stanford, Ky. goodies use Calumet Making Powdcrl My mother uses it s'le's tr'C(l a" others she's now she JjXMI learned her lesson raffitfla sticks to Calumet. HrMI " Unequalled for making BBnBl tender, wholesome, light liak- - fLjMm yUI lUml BSf lSI fjl Doimhnm!" "Any time you want real vCII Daily Except Sunday in.3. Wonderful icavruing anj raising WEfSSfl qualities uniform results. Muther saw OTWjB Calumet Is the most eionomlca! tu buy jHZflHifl most economical to use. 1 ry it at once." RD1 AVu Received Highest Awards CittDtti trtl Sir Slif la JVuJCu GOOD AUCTIONEER i L.Ji Jp r Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, Tinning and Guttering Guranteed. Myers' Pumps and Gray Engines "When In Doubt Take a Bath." W. K. WARNER Phone 188 Stanford, Ky. Drummers' Wagons, Carnages and Buggies; Open Day and Night. Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Trial, We Will Please You. Phone 5. H. H. Carter, Manager. Calls answered day or night. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford. Ky. V . Livery and Auto Service I am prepared to vaccinate for Black Leg, and all othr tock diseases. JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, Phone 204. Stanford, K. VACCINATE Au-thra- x, C heap and big can Baking Powders do not iave you money. Calumet does it's pure and far superior to hour milk and soda. The Only Keeley Institute in Kentucky For any information apply to J. B. WILLIS Headauarters for Best FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE can have all ailments of their horses, cattle and other live stock piomptly Phone 16S and 45. of Stanford, Ky. Otfice and expertly attended by DR. H. A. PICKETT AUCTIONEERING Veterinarian, King's Mountain, Ky. I can get you Highest pi ices tor your land, stock, crops or household goods. Sales Cried Anywho-- i JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Moreland. South End Farmers R. M. NEWLAND Crab Orchard, Kentucky John M. Casey, D. V. M. Veterinary Surgeon Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College Offlce, . We get you cash on Accounts, Notes, Danville, Claims, by collecting quickly anywhere in United States. Collection guaranteed or no charges. : : : : : MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Somerset, Ky. CASH for ACCOUNTS (Kec. by U. S. Gov.) Jiurns' Stable Kentucky OF NORWEGIAN COD LIVER OIL as a strengthening food and bracing M. J. FARRIS, Jr. Aberdeen-Angu- s NEW LIVERY Southdown Sheep, Duroc Jersey Hogs tonic to add richness to her blood Careful Attention to Hitch, Feed and The best bloodlines of each of these and build up her nerves before it s Individ- - is too late. Start SCOTTS jLx Board Hont. famous breeds. 4th Street Phone 32 Thurmond' today its fame is world-widVjk for sale at all times R. F. D. No. 5 E. V. Carson, Prop. Old Stand Ttf Nm Atcohml. High-clase. WHEN YOU COME TO DANVILLE Hitch With Crescent Heights Stock Miss Dewey Lee Arnspaiger, one of Louisville's High School class of 1910, a niece of State Senator Nat C. Cureton, of Louisville, one of our Exact Copy of Wrapper. THE CCNTAUA COMPANY NtW ORH CITY Centre College mates of 1881, was csspsaaacESBBa jczsrfza the guest of Mis Maigaiet Giubbs Friday and Saturday. Misses Sylvia and Edith Lynn, of lislatuic and the special session in RauKbman at $.ri a batrel. the old Kenney farm, who have been Willie Daugheity sold some hogs vhich he is now -- cning. Repr".enta-an- d out of school since November, have calves at a nice pi ice. c, Gooih, of I incoln county, tju. returned. Jack Teiry bought a nice Jersey is rtM(y to Iotlu. from tu. k.K,s;tive James G. Blaine, our undertaker, cow from Wallace Farmer. game, and he will not be a candidate has rented the old MeGraw faim Btuigh of Turners- - for Miss Dulcie he intimates. The south of hole for the year 1917 and ville, is visiting her uncle, Henry nanie 0f Kupiesuntative Gooch has will put it in tobacco this year. So Kitth. Harvey Jenkins at a fancy price. been Used in connection with the was visiting rail. for the Democuttic nomination Miss Cloe Farmer Charlie Brown purchased a new lookout foi Gilbeit to be seen chasing for State Senator in the Eighteenth wagon fiom II. II. Singleton for $J0. tobacco woims down the lows this Miss Hcssie Green last Sundry. Jess Farmer and wife aie visiting district, but he denies any intention Dean Gooch and family have mov July. M. Walker, of 159 Wild-woo- d his father, Dink Fanner. Mrs. of engaging in the scramble. So far, ed to Kenton Singleton's propeity. nvenue, Hartwell, 0 came by Mr. Kmmii Kitts is on the sick list. ' Lincoln county has no entiy in the Mr. and Mrs. Robeit Dishon, who Willis Hello of Preacher.sville, was senatotial race. Louisville Times. left a few months ago for Iowa, in- a while Satin day on her way from tending to make their home with Stanford to Liberty to see her old the guest of his sister, Mrs. Will their son, James Dishon, write that teacher, Pi of. Grubbs. Mis. Walker Naylor last week. they are coming back to old Ken- was once Miss Ollie Phillips, of LibSunday is regular preaching day tucky, as they have always made erty. She married in November, W. here and we hope to see a large their home here and think there's M. Walker, a graduate of lite University of Cincinnati and is a son of ctowtl ptesent. t no place like home. The bad weather i so jr, ...,,1 Ai..8. Will Flanairan. of a prominent Piesbyterian minister. that our faimeis have not been able Mr. and Mrs. Dena Reynolds have L.eoanon .uirciun. aie visuiiik i eiu- t ,1,. .1.1.. ,.,,....,ir,."v. t,vr aml nu,,"1K returned to their home at Norwood, el- Constipation Makes You Dull will all futuie Ohio, after spending several weeks spiing uU?e and ()f That draggy, listless, oppressed with their parents. feeling generally lesiilts from constident Tue.sdav morning while he was Little Miss Vera Gilliland spent Mr. and Mis. Jim Caitor are re- - out with Geinie Grilltn. son of Mr. pation. The intestines are clogged and two weeks with her uncle, Wm. C. ioicing arnval of a line ba- blood becomes poisoned. Relievo by g.il oer the home. The little lady cjri!en Gnllin, near Pleasant Point in their Brown at Lexington, and returned the soh()ol 1)()Uei a Jlholl (,Ulalll.c from this condition at once with Dr. King's IUl.- 1KI1IKJM 41, I 1, VII.IIU. 1....I .. (,....... ri home last week. 11.111 1.U111V lVMi,l New Life Pills; this gentle, Mrs. Will Hale has been ill for the two ritle with UUl IIll and it a accidenthim Mr. W. M. Gooch, wife and daughpast week, but is better now. laxative ir quickly effective. ally went oil" shooting Law rente m ter recently visited lelativos in Lock-lanMr. ami Mis. John J. Carter and A dose at bedtime will make you feel childien weie the pleasant visitors of the light eai. The little fellow was 0. brighter in the moining. Get a bot- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vanhook Sun- able to get home after the accident Mrs. Logan Wall spent a week tle today at your Druggist, 25c. day. occuircd. lie does not seem to be serwith her son, Iia, at Hamilton, O. Mis. Mary Caitor has been nuis-in- g iously injuied as far as it is known Miss Grace Thompson has put chas.Mrs. Jim Carter. Wesley Hastin, who has been worked a new piano. Mr. anil Mis. Hoskins are both ing in Cnithago, O.. for several "Grandma" Gourlev died at the nunibeied with the sick. monlht. line, leturneil home. Mrs I!. D. Hiatt has been on the S. ('. Alfonl and Oui heartfelt sympathy goes out home of her daughter here, Feb. u'th, Monte DMton visited then btother, Fount Dishon, aged 78 years. She had been very to Mi and Mrs. Durwanl Singlolou, sick list but is better. spent Miss Ethel Maybriar Satur been feeble for some time and had a fall of D.inville, who lost their iuant day night anil Sunday with her sis-- j 'of Stanford, iswho has better, verv sick Mr. Dishon much thtee weeks before her death which baby. Farra Dink. May they so l;e tei. Mrs. Joe Well. Jewell, the little daughter of Rev. confined lioil All tlmf that lien they are called from this her tn .ir. liar .uayiniar is coalmen to G. W. Owens and wife i veiv sick. "vi his bed with lheumatisin. Mis. Rosetta llopku in the inie.st loving hands could do, was done for 'vale t soi row they may join little John .1. Carter is having lumber her in her feeble days. She was the Faria on that "Reautiful Isle of sawed at J. H. Hooue's to build a of her sister, Mrs. Cliir McKee of Kiur' Mountain. mother of eight childien, four of Somewhere." house out on his farm near Otten-heiMrs. Mary Dye is able to bo out load. James Kirkpatrick, the little son of them living, her husband having again. Mr.s. W. M. Muiphy is also preceded her to the grave many Mr. aid Mrs. James Kirkpatiick, Is . ! Htilen C.uner sold to Chas Jacobs GOOCH HAS ENOUGH years- ugo. ml. cniiitrcn It t me living aie very -- lck, we aie sorry to say. After one tegular teim of the Leg- - a buggy and hoise for $173. Mrs Laura liaugli, who has been Andy Gouiley, of Highland, Alex Gourley, of Greendale, Bennie Gour-le- y visiting her brother, Ileniy Kitts, of Gravel Switch, and Susie Gour- has loturned home near Turneisville Mis Gene Hutchinson and daughley of this place, with whom .she made her home. She had for many ter, Thelma aio visiting Mrs. Dura frequent source of colds. Contact with years been a member of the Mt. Mor- wanl Singleton at Danville this week. children who have colds is another cause. J ,uk Terry, who has had blood iah Christian church and attended Damp clothing and wet feet are often responsible for regularly as long as her health per- poKon is able to be out again. that croupy cough, sore throat and tight chest. Lee Gieen and bride were pleasmitted. The remains were taken to Or. Kings New Discovery is the remedy for your Mt. Moriah cemetery for inteiment ant i.illeis at Dink Farmer's last children when they catch after services conducted by Mr. J. C. Sunday. Arch Green's family, who has had cold. Grown-up- s McCIary, there to await that great like it too. resurrection day. The bereaved chil- the measles is better at this writing. For nearly 50 years it has Mr. Phillips, of Hale's Well, who dren and grandchild! on have our svm- been used in bronchial affec& pathy in the loss of a ()ear mother has had a bad case of blood poison, tions with satisfactory results. is bettir, we are glad to say. and giandmother. It quickly loosens the cough Mr. and Mrs. Will Naylor and chiland checks the cold. dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J.n-- Terry. Your druggist has sold it Mr. Linn Raines, of Highland for years. Try r d.T.raraW Mother's unending work and Park, who has spent the winter with devotion drains and strains her her daughter, Mrs. Taylor Roberts is .. physical strength and leaves able to bo out again after mi attack its mark in dimmed eyes and of grippe. and Mrs. R. M. Raney careworn expressions she outMr. see the homefolks Sunday.weie UfflSat fin fcft vol 5W mk to ages before her time. Mis. Wallace Farmer was visiting Any mother who is weary her mother, Mrs. lllackeiby one day ZBM&EBssam and languid should start taking this week. Atibyin, the baby of Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Terry is better. Mr. I.ibo Daugheity, of this place, sold three loads of corn to J. II. King's Mountain '. IncCcMAfn COMPLY. KF.iV VO1" J mars niny a Pleasant Point Hall's Gap ,.l,i.,., ' Ut '' seac I'l-l-- 11IV-I- non-iriip- d, Neal's Creek I lir m Poorly Veritilated, drafty school rooms ft Mother's Troubles it mzmm? Wtfo mmisMjrzwKMm, scorn ft Bowse. HootalcUl, H. I. raa Mr. Farmer EMULSION To the Public: TI Farm Cattle 7?T K. ami Co., Chicago. III. My the rankaud ing ol jour clothe. lvet m tho advantucr over line who II nut n practical tailor. If you will eivv me your order, I will promise you Tnu will Kit the worth o( )our Kiutiro deal money, eilher In the cheapen gradei or the Wy higher urien. pvritnce In dlrt-ctln- promt the largt-b- t utdir clothing houu' In aud In I'rt't l't made this country to-J- j We have on hand now a number of Chattanooga Plows the best on the market for your spring needs. Come in and look them over before you buy. SPRING AND SUMMER 17 line DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Stanford, Kentucky Scott IM " DI TDI I HC t MJtrLiMlt V of taniplci la now ready fer your Call now and Irt me ahow you. Practical Tailor KT. STAsreto, GEORGE- - H. FARRIS Page Eight HIS FOOD NEVER TASTED SO GOOD ! The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, February, 23, Farm and Stock News You're Bilious! Let "Cascarets" Liven Mount For Only Candidate State-Wid- e 1917. 4 Kentucky Farmer Tells How Tan-la- c Joe Gann, of the West End, sold a bunch of sheep last week to J. II. Murphy at .$10.50. W. T. Tucker, south of Stanford, Don't Stay Headachy, ConatSpated, old to J. D. Whitchouse, of Boyle, Sick, With Breath Bad And this week 25 head of steers that ave Stomach Sour raged 750 pounds, at $G.G0 n hunGet n 10-ce- Liver And Bowels for Senate to DeAdoption of Amendment clare for The I. J., wns authorized Inst teek to announce Hon. J. R. Mount, of Garrard county as a candidate for Seed Orders and inquiries coming in right along. Are you interested in high grade seeds at low prices? A postal card will bring samples and prices. dred. Paul Finch, proprietor of Drake's Creek Stock Farm, at Crab Orchard, sold to Clifton Pitts, of Aberdeen, Miss., a four and a half months' old GOOD" SO FELT "NEVER boar Duroc Jersey hog for Which he received $30. C. It. Martin, of Danville bought All the milk, butter and ores pro- here last week, from S. B. Sanders duced on his farm did him no good of the Hubble section and other partill he tried Tanlac, said J. T. ties, GO shoats that averaged 85 II. V. I). No. 7, Winchester, Ky. pounds, cents a pound. From at 9 all the "I felt tired and worn-ou- t pur- rwl rt .... ttivt.i iihiI lil.i ui inum i H...I i.. lnil U. Selby, of Russell county, he nf itH na , l.miu, ..m.i tut? 10 " f (COft .. oir until I had rested awhile," he said. S oung, of V. Adair "Mv stomach bothered me and any-- , ' head; from Ed county, he bought four steers that thing I ate hurt me. Gas formed on niy stomach and I belched and bloated averaged 700 pounds at 7 cents a I felt like I had a brick or somepound and $1 on the head, and four thing heavy in my stomach all the cows at $37.50 a head. time. At Mt. Sterling court day sales "I had aches in my back and legs, Monday about 1,500 cattle were on and was so nervous and the market and of medium quality. felt blue and that nrmlfln't ultiiiM finil wllln Trade was fair and prices high, sevAt ni.rVif 11""11 bunches selling as high I got up I felt worse than when 1 cents. The best sales of 800 went to bed. I had a bad taste in at 8 my mouth nearly all the time, my pound steers was at $7.75; yearlings tongue was coated, and I had sick at 8 to 8 cents; heifers at G headaches. to 7 cents for fat ones; cows at 5 "Finally, my friends advised me to t.o to G canners at 5 cents; , try Tanlac. Well sir I haven't felt 1)U imes at 7 ccnts Somc Sillcs so good in years, 'tanlac straigni- - were: Hugh and Co., sold a bunch of ened me up in a hurry. steers to Mr. Bond, of "T fnnl litri. n nniv lll.'in. work .1.,,. .r,,i ,ln't fool mil nni) rranKiorr. at &i.to: was. n. Allien. every cows to Frank dracccd-ou- t any more. I eat any sold twenty thing I want. My headaches have Clark, eight for 5 cents, eleven at cents and a fat heifer at $7.75; left and I don't bloat or belch now. 5 I am mighty thankful for Tanlac, for Henry Lemastcr sold nine it has done me more good than any- - i,ejfers to J. T. Denton, of Fayette thing else and I have tried nearly ....... ..t (! ,- o ,n(s. Mr ,,,., everything. bought twenty heifers at about this "F nlunvc Vnnn ft.rt nv tlivnn lmttlr5 of Tanlac"on hand, and all my family l'ice5 Wm' Treadway sold a cow and weight, at $0.25 to use it. I wouldn't be without it in steer, J"s. Wilson; Will McKenney, of Fay- the house for a minute." lettte county, bought forty about 600- Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stan- - j,0Ului heifers at about 7 cents; Stafford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. for,i soid yoke of o, oxen Coleman, Proprietor. to Mr Buckner, of Bourbon county, Tanlac can now be obtained in fol- - at 57.25; George Halsey sold thirtv lowing neamy cities: Moreland, Ab- -' ai)out yearling steers to raham Minks; Hustonvllle. Adams mani & Rogers, of Shelby county, Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis- - nt 48 pur hmd. Frallk clark sol(, burg. Joe Mc Williams; Middleburg, seventeen cows to J. T. W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyno Denton, of Favette county, at $5.75; Jr- .; Brodhcad, John Robins; Lan- - Snm Keeton sold fifteen about 500-e- u , R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, 1)oun(, veariin(, slt,e,.s to Wm. Wil-. ynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. sol) of Shclby C0Unty, at $40 per A- l ''tnhead; Wm. Treadway sold ten 700- pound cows to Jim Wilson at $5.25; Same party sold one bull to W. A. PUBLIC SALE Sutton at 7 cents and one to Clark Having decided to go to Chicago, & Wilson, same price; Ben Allen sold 111., I will, at public auction, on the bunch of r,50.pouml heifers to Allie county road, a mile and a halt north- - Kt;1"s of Carlisle, at 0 cents; Mr. west of Ottenheim, near the Stanford Kerns bought twenty-fiv- e cows and and Somerset pike, sell on Saturday, February 24, 1917, heifers at 5 and G cents. at commencing promptly., Vi, frt!1 There were about 150 mnlns on thi. ,.l,.. Tt c11 1 " 'market. Trade was brisk for good nrom.VtV'towit: 5n of" excellent work mules, (i mules. Small mules were slow. Green-year- s Team old; .50 barrels of corn; 5 tons wade & Co., sold a pair of nice mare of first class clover hay; one stack of mules to Caywood & McClintock, of straw; 1,000 shingles ami some Id 14 at $4(.(K Thjs f. her; one mowing machine; a disc harrow; a hay rake; 1 copper grape mules at from $100 to $250; Mc- 40 gallons; Clintock & Meyers, of Millersburg, snrav: 1 tank' of J wneai cum; s. siaigns; - bought mules at trom $175 to $250. turning plows; 1 wagon; all sorts 01 piow gear ami, buggy;, harness; 1 spring wagon; PUBLIC wagon; 1' 1 buckboard; 1 excellent hay frame; 4 cultivators; I will otter for sale on excellent cider mill; kitchen cabin-- j iron harrow; 4 bedet; 2 safes; SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1917 steads: 1 set of carpenters' tools; bureau, cook stove; 1 heating stove wardrobe; also at one o'clock sharp, the following 1 cream separator; household and kitchen lurniture win ,escribe(l property: . be sold and many other things too goo heaxS woik numerous to mention. This sale will , One 7pair ext.a years old, lb hands Come one; mules, take place, rain or shine. come all. Terms Made known on high. day of sale. M. II. Johnson, auctioneer. Two good work horses, 9 and 12 ALEX ARNOLD, years old, respectively; gentle for any body to drive; not afraid of auWANTED! tomobiles or cars; safe for women to You to get our FREE catalog of drive. Fruit and Shade Trees, Grape Vines, One extra good Peavine horse; an Shrubs, Roses, Rhubarb, Asparagus, exceptionally good driver, and fast Strawberries, Seed Potatoes, etc. on the road; 0 years old, 1G hands for Orchard, Lawn and Gar- high. (If not sold before.) den. No Agents. Two extra good riding cultivator H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS plows, in good condition, with six 1017 blades to each plow. Lexington, Ky. 1841 One good Disc cultivator, all right to hitch to; does fine work; has six We, the undersigned, prohibit discs and is serviceable. hunting of every sort, fishing and One Disc harrow, good as new; 12 il.nM tiAonnociri imnn our nrnnnrrV! 'scs Ador. J. Frank Mrs. Catherine One sweep rake, good as new. Smith, S. C. Rigsby, Fred Nikula, One hay rake good one. John Hertzog, W. W. Pitman, Mrs. Arnold Zurbrugg, Mrs. Geo. Logan, Two good turning plows, Vulcans, J. M. Gooch, David Stephens, R. C. No. 12. Dudderar, Thomas Montgomery, J. L. One hay frame, good one. Ueazley and Miss Florence Givens. One extra good mowing machine, Miss Mattio H. Thompson, Frank Hewes. W. G. Gooch, J. II. Thomp- McCormack. son, F. L. Thompson, J. K. Helm, S. One extra good farm wagon H. Baughman, VVill Cordier, A. T. "Mitchell." There is nothing like i Traylor, John Ponenhat'cn. J. E. Bruce, A. L. Thompson, M. F. Law- Mitchell wagon. Two good sets wagon harness; alrence, George L. Sudduth, Jas. Farso a lot of plow gear, hay forks, mer, James Smith. mattocks, picks, trace chains, harness, collars, etc., one extra good log chain best in the county. One good rubber tire buggy and harness, good one. Many other HIGHEST PRICES PAID things too numerous to mention.' Terms made known on day of rale. Remittance Mctlcil en Day Shipment it Received Remember the date Saturday, Mar. No Commission to Pay 'A, 1917, at one o'clock sharp, on ru ral route, No. 2, Danville pike. My Write for Price Li.t and reason for selling is that I am get Shipping Taga ting too old to farm. Toned Up His System. Cox now. Gool-ina- n, 4 T 1 .,, .....i:.. '"V" 1- -2 ts 1 down-and-ou- t. T cle 2 j 2 1- -2 You men and women who can't get feeling right who have headache, coated tongue, bad taste and foul brenth, dizziness, can't sleep, are bilious, nervous nnd upset, bothered with a sick, gassy, disordered stomach, or have a bad cold. Arc you keeping your bowels clean with Cascarets, or merely forcing a passageway every few days with salts, cathartic pills or castor oil? Cascarets work while you sleep; cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and carry out of the system all the constipated waste matter and poison in the bowels. A Cascarct tonight will straighten box you out by morning a from any drug store will keep your stomach sweet, liver and bowels regular, and head clear for months. Don't forget the children. They love Cascarets because they taste good never gripe or sicken. 10-ce- the Democratic nomination for State Senator in this district. Mr. Mount has served twice before in the lower house of the legislature, once from Oldham county, his former home and in the 1914 session from Garrard. In both sessions he was one of the temperance lenders, and in the present race he has taken a forward position on temperance matters, being aaaaaaaaaaar Bii laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal BBBBBBaPlBKr9!BBBBFBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV WE PAY THE FREIGHT Golden Blend Coffee 25c a pound 4 pounds sent by parcel post for $1.00; and will buy it back if not satisfied. Send a dollar : : bill today. : : : iKaaHH 10-- 1 2; A REAL LIVE WIRE BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaV BBBaaer 900-poun- T d 050-poun- d '.IBBBBBBBeH "7BX -2 BBBBBBS BBBaa aaaaaaV .& ' aflflNaBBBBBW faBBBBBBBBBaV d for submission and state-wid- V ''C '4bbbbbbbbbbB i r r - I 800-poun- d HFtMVi'ftl ! obbbbbbIK v- 100-poun- d J uk&&&mJ laKfAJaTaTaTflPBVnSai ;.: .faTaaTaTaTaTnTaBrHj S. E. Hubble The above is only a fair picture of Hubble, of Moreland, os,e of the livest and most progressive young business men in this or any other county. He travels for Curry, Tunis and Norwood wholesale grocers of Lexington, and "makes" the n est End of this county, Casey anil the South End and northern section of Pulaski. He is always on the job and has a following that has found he can be depended upon at all times. Mr. Hubble is a hustler and a splen did gentleman in every way, and the Lexington house is to be congratu lated upon having such a salesman on its staff. S. E. uOO-pout- 700-poun- d J. - - 2 ,.t1, 1 '', iv-ri 2 1- -2 Hall's Gap Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Carter spent Sunday with Mr. and and Mrs. W. R. Vanhook. lum-lra- coal-oil- . iw.o-nors- c one-hors- e two-hors- e. 1 1 one-hors- e SALE Daugherty is improving Charley his many friends are glad to know. Misses EHie and Bessie Daugherty spent Sunday with Miss Anna Hale. Mrs. Woods DeBorde is suffering with a burned hand. Mr. D. G. Hale is on the sick list. Misses Bessie and EHie Daugher- the only candidate to declare both adoption of a e prohibition amendment. Mr. Mount is very well known in Lincoln county, being a brother-in-laof Mr. H. J. McRoberts, of Stanford. His home paper, The Record, had the following to say of him when he announced: Let Us Quote You His announcement will be read with much interest by his friends throughout the district, for while it is brief, yet it covers a world of important issues that are now and will be before the public for several months to come and he makes himself very plain just where he stands jw??raB"3ryajBrB,TsirTWTIBi upon these important questions. VaSBewtvTsgHarBrw VMLnAraaPVaaBBBX Those who know Mr. Mount pervaapjyaivaj fA7ACcKwajeTaTaBKv 1 WL ;2& j'4gKJa3aAaVaafcaaaaaawKa3aMaaVi sonally, know that he means just WHOLESA! S AND RETAIL what he says in his candid card and that he will have the courage of his cqanvictions and will vote to carry Covington, out every plank in his platform should he receive the nomination and be elected to the important office he FOUND Auto license 14,580; seeks. He favors the submitting of CENT owner can get same by paying for State-wid- e amendment, and the this adv. proves his sincerity by citing his rec- (Ads here are 1 cent a word eacti lesue, cash with order; no ad less than 25c each issue.) ord in voting for it three years ago. WANTED Woman to do cooking It is also a matter of record that Mr. acres fine corn land for and general housework. Paul Finch, FIFTY Mount supported the county unit bill 1G-- 2 rent apply at once to Walter Warren Crab Orchard, Ky. in 1898, when he represented Old- or W. L. McCarty, Stanford. 15-- 2 ham county in the lower branch of AUTO SERVICE anywhere; day the legislature. His friends in this TRY a Gall Cure horse collar at or night; reasonable prices. Call county will stand by him in his C. high. phone 234. T. H. Eads. present race and believe that he will $1.75. That's notStore. At J. . Harness make as good record for the district FOR SALE Or to farm out. a as when he represented the county in jack, in nice FOR RENT. Front room furnish- coming 1914. Mrs. Adelia shape. See H. C. Andersor, Staned or unfurnished. 15-- 1 Woods, Stanford. ford, Ky. w You may be surprised at our Grocery and Flour prices. Tt)M&mmihiCi& Ta 3 Kentucky -A- -WORD ADS 1G-- 2. Mc-Clar- 14-4- 15-t- f. 1G-- 1 Heard In Stanford IG-t- f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1- . POSTED! hnJttfol M. Sabel & Sons LOUISVILLE, KY. lecartoretae1 ty and Anna Hale spent one day last How Bad Backs Been Made Strong week with Miss Myrtle Daugherty, of Kidney Ills Corrected Neal's Creek. Wedding bells are expected to All over Stanford .you hear it ring pretty soon. Guess who! Doan's Kidney Pills are keeping up the good work. Stanford people are telling about it telling of bad backs made sound again. You can believe the testimony of your own townspeople. They tell it for the benefit of you who are suffering. If your back aches, if you feel lame, sore and miserable, if the kidneys act too frequently, or passages are painful, scanty and off color, use Doan's Kidney Pills, the remedy that has helped so many of your friends and U don't letve neighbors. Follow this Stanford citw your rig in the izen's advice and give Doan's a Vmiddle of the chance to do the same for you. road and Co to a fence-po- st W. P. Buchanan, produce dealer, to read a sile bill do you? Then don't Lancaster, St., Stanford, says: "A expect the other felfew years ago I suffered with a pain low to do it. across my back that hurt me so I Put in ad in till paper. then, could hardly do anything. If I stoop weather, the refirdlest of you ed or lifted anything I had a sharp want to the fellow reach readi your announcecatch across my kidneys. The action at his ment! while tested of my kidneys was irregular, also. fireside. Doan's Kidney Pills which I bought If he is prospective buyer you'll have him at youriale. at Penny's Drug Store soon fixed me One extra buyer often pays up in good shape." the entire expanse of the id. and It's a poor ad that Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't pull that buyer. won't simply ask for a kidney remedy- An ad In this paper reaches get Doan's Kidney Pills the same the people you are after. n that Mr. Buchanan had. Dills may be a necesslty.but the ad is the thing that docs Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 10-- 1 business, FOR SALE. 500 bales of hay. Sam J. Embry, ford. clover nice Stan15-- 2 LOST. Between Stanford and McKinney, mud chain off auto truck. Reward for return to A. W. Brown, 1G-- 2 McKinney, Ky., at flour mill. To buy a good, fresh WANTED. milk cow. Call phone 7950, Stan15-l- p yie1e Advertising a Sale! w-jrO- ; LADIES Engraved cards should be used for all social purposes. See ford. the new samples we have and as cheap as they can be bought anyFOR SALE. One car load of first where. The Interior Journal. 59-- tf class timothy hay. Joe Gann, phone 16-- 1 83-Hustonville, Ky. WANTED Man past 30 with horse and buggy to sell Stock CondiSalHAVE just received a shipment of tion Powder in Lincoln county. ary $70 per month. Address 9 Indus"Virginia" saddles made on the patent tree. J. C. McClary, trial Bldg., Indianapolis, Indiana, lp 15.ft Stanford. S, Wil-bourn - Foster-Mil-bur- FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, Ford touring car, Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, in splendid condition; a bargain if Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, sold at once .J. H. Wright, Stanford, Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble 15-Ky. 97-- tf Stanford. FOR SALE Pair of coming NOTICE Depositions on behalv mules, mixed sexes; good ones out of those big mares. J. W. of plaintilf in the case of Lottie Ad12-Williams, Stanford. ams, pltff., vs Jess Adams, deft., will bo taken at my office on Feb. 28, STRAYED from my place on the 1917. J. N. Menefee, Jr., attorney 15-Hustonville pike a black male hog; for plaintiff. weight about 200 pounds; marked in 15-SHORTHORN BULL I will stand left ear. T. J. Hill. Sr., registered my fine two:year-ol- d registered Shorthorn Bull, Henry, to FOR SALE 75 barrels of corn on the Lytle place; 200 barrels corn an a limited number of cows, at $1.50 a lot of baled hay on the Burton & at the gate. J. S. Gilmer, Moreland, near. Hustonville Ky. Hudson farm, 15-Hughes & McCarty. FOR SALE 2t 4 3 2t 13-4- F 2 the Don't think of having tpeclsl sale without utinf advertising apace In this paper. I OneExtrt Buyer at MttoupiMsftMti. l sk aftM HT trf '' Get That Buver btaUiiate IMS JAMES H. EADS, R. Stanford, Ky. D. No. 2 faaaeS Lube Martin, the negro, Gov. Stanley went to Murray to protect, was declared guilty of murder in the first degree by a Jury at Murray Thursday. The verdict removes all danger of mob violence. The negro FOR SALE. I will sell privately shot to death Deputy Marshal Dui all of my household and kitchen furguid, of Murray. niture, including a roll top desk, ice FOR SALE. Orchard grass seed, box, an oak dining room suit, dress- timothy and clover hay. A. W. Car- era and folding bed, and many oth- penter, Moreland, Ky. Phones Hus- jer pieces of furniture. Mrs. Walter p ft Jones, Stanford. tonville and Junction City. 16-l- One Winton Six. FOR SALE. sow and a Red Berkpower automobile, in No. 1 shire sow strayed from my place good shape. Price, if sold at once, Sunday night; the former weighs $400; write J. J. Carter, Waynesabout 225, the latter 150 pounds. If burg, Ky., or see John Woner and you see them, phone J. Nevin Car- the car at Bailey Garage, Stanford. 16-l- p ter, phone 177, Stanford. 16-- 6 Ky. A DUROC 90-hor- STRAY HORSE came to my place Feb. 10. Horse is grey and about 15 hands high and is blind in right eye and his age is between 15 and 20 years. Owner can have same, by paying the feed and cost. Monroe Smith, p Waynesburir, Ky. R. F. D. 3, 16-4- x J A '.