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No. 17 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County. Kentucky, Tuesday, February 27, DOINGS THE STIFF FINES COUNTRY OVER FOR GAMESTERS 1917. in his heart He had no against a soul, for Ion? ago he had ,begun to pray for those who had iricu 10 destroy mm nnu no Kept up that prayer until all fooling, except for good, had departed. Dr. Tinder made a few appropriate remarks, after which a song was sung and the invitation extended. The old building fairly rang with music, for the congregation led by Dr. Walker, sang ns never before. All four verses were suj.g, the benediction was said by Dr. Tinder and probably the most memorable service held in Stanford in a decade was brought to a close. Friends of Mrs. Walker, the beloved wife of the pastor, presented her with a pocket book containing $10(1 "as a slight token of love and affection." Not in years has the giving up for usefulness elsewhere of a Stanford citizen caused as much comment and regret and if the Shclbyville folk knew how hard it wns for our people to give Dr. Walker and his ex cellent little family up, we doubt if they would have had the heart to take them from us. . ?- Tuesdays and Fridays VERY LITTLE WAR TALK. Will Severance, head of the firm of Severance & Son, drjT goods dealers, has returned from New York City, went to buy goods. Happenings Of State And Nation Colored Crap Shooters Soaked In Asked where he is much war talk in Was Wedding of Miss Mary Bruce if there 1 Shown When People Of Community City Court King Murder Trial Told In Brief For Busy the metropolis, he said: "The people and Congressman Harvey Helm Gather By Hundred At Fareof New York City arc too much enOn In Higher Tribunal Readers at Lexington This Morning. well Service Of Rev Walker grossed in making money to tnlk Tho February term of the Lincoln about the war. In fact very little Nicola Marschall, said to be the deThe mnrringc in Lexington this Chris-lai- n signer of the Confederate flag, died circuit court will have to get a move is said about it. Of course papers morning of Congressman Harvey The farewell service at the on itself if it accomplishes much at are gotten out every hour, and while Helm and Miss Mary McRoberts Sunday night was as imin Louisville. He was 88 years old. church Mrs. Matthew Maury, sister of this session. Only one case was tried they sell readily, general news seems Bruce came as quite a pleasing sur- pressive as it was beautiful. It was Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, died at Lynch-Va- ., from Wedneday afternoon until Mon- as much sought nftcr na war disthe occasion of Dr. D. M. Walker s to their many friends It had following an operation for ap- day and that was of minor impor- patches. The people of the East arc firise conceded last Sunday as pastor of the church for some time that B. Ham after the dollar and from the appear- they would mnrry, but tho secret of magnificently served and t tance. John Farmer sued T. pendicitis. he has so The congressional press gallery has monds and his wife. Phoebe Ham ance of business generally thev arc the approaching date was so well was made memorable by both the eviwhich he is held barred all persons having connection monds, for S182.C0. amount ho getting them. While in the city I kept that even their closest friends dence of esteem in v with brokerage houses as a results of claimed due him. Mr. Hammonds and had n pleasant talk with Richmond knew nothing about their intentions and the splendid feeling ami brother-lwife presented n counter claim of Rochester, who was born in Stan- until the would-b- e the "leak" investigation. love of the churches here. The bride had left by serFour men were probably fatally $240.00. and tho result wns Farmer ford, nnd who is remembered by our auto for Lexington, where Congressother denominations dismissed eveninjured when a large touring car got a judgment for the entire amount older citizens. Ho is a prominent man Helm had arrived on the mornvices and at 7 o'clock Sunday crashed into a northbound Madison-vill- c and Hammonds for $8 and was or- broker and has made lots of money. ing train from Washington City. A ing probably the largest crowd ever Ho impressed mo with two things: dispatch was received dered to pay the costs. street car in Cincinnati. seen in Stanford Christian church stating that Monday afternoon the court room First, that he is big man, nnd sec- they were joined heart and hand at Army officers have been ordered to had gathered to express in some way held for him guns to was turned over to Police Judge R. L. ondly, that he is n fine gentleman." 11 o'clock in the parlors of the select sites for the love and admiration be placed at more than ICO points in Davison and Bill Lee was brought who was soon to take his departure. Phoenix Hotel by Dr. Ben J. Bush space in the church the United States and its possessions. before him. He caught a fine for $G0 Every conceivable of the Second Presbyterian church. two hours the audi A report has gained currency that for permitting whisky to be sold on They left on the 11:40 train for was filled and for his premises and $50 for gaming. the widow of the Washington City, where Congressence was hem nueicsiuu unu church has James B. Haggin is soon to marry "Chicken" Hansford, who was chargman Helm will be present at the adPresbyterian k Church That the 'Shclbyvillc most popuDr. David Barrow, a noted Lexington ed with selling whisky on Lee's prem- service nt 7 o'clock, "What Is It To journment of Congress, after which succeeded in securing the ises, caught a fine of $G0. He is lay- Magnify God," Psalms 57. surgeon. Teachers' he nnd his bride will take an extendlar Christian preacher in Central Announcement was made by the ing it out in jail. ed tour. Miss Bruce was accompanone who saw the maniClass at 8 o'clock. d know Charlie Baughman, charged with German Admiralty that 1,000 troops festations of .Sunday night Messrs. W. B. McKinney, J. B. nied to Lexington by Mrs. II. J. McJames M. Graves, Woodford coun- bound for Saloniki perished when trie witnessing a game of craps, was made Dr. Walker Paxton, W. H. Higgins and P. M. Roberts and daughter, Miss Anne conditions will gainsay. a powerful ty's oldest citizen, is dead, aged 91. Italian transport Minus was sunk to plank over $5. McRoberts motored to Lexington and Davis McRoberts, who witnessed the is a man of strength; The aged John Anderson, of the February 17. in Fields Salter was given a fine of attended the Laymen's convention marriage ceremony. They will respeaker; an able preacher andheishas Prcachcrsvillc vicinity, is very low The State Supreme Court upheld $20 for shooting craps. turn this afternoon. every way fitted for the workthinker, and it is feared that he cannot last last week. the constitutionality of the Georgia ,'sCharlie Hocker was acquitted on The bride, who is one of StanRev. Joseph Hopper spent a few chosen. lie is a student and a energy long. prohibition law, which popular women, the the charge of gaming. and possessed of indomitable against James J. Russell and Miss Etta amount of liquor a citizenlimits have I Katie Brewer, on the charge of days with his mother, Mrs. Kittie ford's mosthere and isyoung most by good may loved Hopper here late last week, en route was reared and vim, his fight for compromises Wntkins, both of the Middleburg on hand nt one time. uisorucriy conduct, was given the back to Louisville from the Presby those who know her best. She is the evil is ever terrific. He Monit. it section of Casey, were married An with no sin, nor scmblace ofWalker day. License was issued from, the Bill amendment to the Sundry Civil preference of GO days in jail or leave terian Laymen's convention at Lex- duughter of Col. I. M. Bruce, now loappropriating $400,000 for an town. She chose the latter and the ington. cated in Florida; is an exceedingly must be good or "Preacher Still a county clerk's office here. will not put his 0. K. on it. to sec For the first time, according to handsome brunette, very stately nnd W. Adams, of Corbin, looking investigation by the Federal Trade riddance is nn excellent one. J. of the high cost of iThe grand jury has returned 11 statistics soon to be issued by the quccnlike. She has been Stanford's very young man, we expect younger than he did when he lived Commission irdictments to date. It will not be in Rev. H. K. Carrol, of the Federal postmaster under Wilson's adminishim climb higher on the ladder of in Lincoln county a dozen years ago, food passed the House 83 to 51. his , record. Broadstairs and Margate, two un- sission again until Friday. Council of the Churches of Christ in tration and has made a most excelfame. 'and shall watch to Stanford, spent several days with old friends defended In the court this morning Painstaking, Nine years ago he camehe has grown here. '' barded by British ports, were bom- tLe trial ofcircuit Baker for the killing America, the enrollment of the relig- lent o.ne. she has made obliging and John a fleet of German destroythe patrons ious bodies of the United States has courteous, then a mere boy. but R. M. Newland, local representaand e her closer into manhood and grown bigger con- tive of the Mutual Benefit Life Insur ers, one woman and one child being pfl Renzo King was begun. The kill- passed the 40,000,000 mark. The of the Stanford will ing occurred at Moreland in August figures include Protestants, Roman friends by serving them well. Posbigger in every way, and shall have ance Company, will attend the ban- killed and two others injured. remembcr-ccLthThe Catholics, Orthodox Catholics, Jews sessing executive ability, th office tinue to grow until the top quet given by that company for the tion hasJessamine K. of P. Associa- oftlast year and it will a be corn Baker used elected the following officers: knife, and all other religious organization has been managed without friction been reached. Kcntucy agents at the Phoenix Ho- President, W. H. Hoover; splitting open the head of King, public has been began The exercises of the eveningWa ker tel in Lexington. Drs. E. J. Brown uent, overman uasidy; secretary, F. died a few days later. Baker waswho and sects. The increase in member- and thevery satisfactory cared for in into all. ship during the past year was 74G,-GG- a way song, and later Dr . W. B. O'Bannon will also attend. D. Smith; treasurer, and with a dicted at the November term of court Congressman Helm has been in the N. R. Smith. of whom were Messrs. T. W. Jones, W. 0. Walread a favorite passage o frpture. an'd has since the killing been con- Protestants. The about 500,000 cred- public eye for a long time. The British troops in the Ancre Born Methodists are Dr F. M. Tinder, of Lancaster, who ker, W. II. Shanks and Wilson Alex- region of in this county, reported to fined to the Lincoln members with a number of thecome over of ander have gone to St. Louis and have takenFrance are ground from isjieing defended by county jail.J. He ited with a gain of about 13G.O00. and reared attorney and he served to other cities West. Mr. Jones is agent ten years Attorneys S. the Baptists additional i,! nrmtrrPMtion had with 102,000, Presby- it as county the Germans, including the village Owsley, of this citv. and C C. Rni,1 ago was elected to Congress. His big occasion, then be present on the prayer. The pastoi for the wonderful feed, Purena, and of Serre nnd several important points of,;Danville, while Commonwealth's terian and Reformed Chinches with record there has been a brilliant one frnV,..l a fervent 07.502, the remainder of the half the gentlemen accompanied him in Attorney A. A. proud it. He the pur-pos- e east. of Cummade a brief talk, telling of feclinply order to see the substitute for corn ianner Versailles Leonard Moore no- berland county, Huddleston, Common- million increase being divided among and his friends are an ableofadvocate Near will assist more than 100 other sects. Dr. Car- is a good lawyer, of the meeting and and other cereals demonstrated. ticed a man walking a head of him wealth's Attorney Puryenr and Coun- roll has found that during the past a pleasing speaker and a hearty speaking of his appreciation of the in the darkness and shot to scare him. ty Attorney W: S. Burch in the pros- twenty-si- x L. years the net increase in handshaker. He knows more people after which Rev yathering, HIGH SCHOOL PAPER His aim was too good and the man ecution. the membership of all religious than any two men in the Eighth Conpresident .of the Stanfoid Bruce, UpHo noon the following eleven bodies in the country has been 94 gressional district and can call by his reThe first issue of The Lincolnian, who proved to be Matthew Samuels, Ministerial Association, paid latter s published of the a negro, fell dead. jurors .had been secured: W. R. by the students per cent., while the population to Mr. Walker. The the name every man and boy in Lincoln spects High School Louisville railroad yards are conHall, B. M. Cowan, Ed country increased in the same oftime county. And we might add that he an inspiration Stanford Graded life and work had been deep personal was issued Saturdayand Poynter. R. L. Albright, M. F. has a fairly good acquaintance with s, frm the I. J. gested with freight cars. The only 01 per cent. to him and he felt a For five years printing department. It i ne of the roads are working night and railEd Ballard, J L. Holtzclaw, the fair sex. His friends back home day loss n knownBhta ai'e anxious to get him by the hand most intimately handsomest if not the n.indsomest forces to relieve the situation. Of- G.W; Crawford. Sim Ilickson. Dr. he had and school publications pulbished in Ken- ficials say the congestion will hnrdlv J. HrcTurner. It was hoped that the THINKS AUTOS WILL BE SCARCE and tell him how glad they are that him a and had found in MnatcV. friend Vineyard. tucky and reflects great credit up- amount to a blockade. T.F. Rockwell, state represetativo he has taken the sensible Fieri that twjdJfmJuror would be secured and worker in the, Shortage of sleeping cars .- on its editors and- - publishers. Local i&sUfcWkon the case would be in of the Studcbakor automobile, has of making a good wtoharTtrrs'wlfe" Dr. W. 1J. weiourii, ui Hi. bad no merchants are patronizing its adver ing a problem on progress by 2 or 3 o'clock. contown days with and many have sent messages the border glad Ht church, was heart,that he.e rnigt tising colums generously, and it has of equipment may delay theand lack Later. W. M. Duncan was the been in J. W. for several E. Thomas gratulation over the wires toof their Messrs. or departAcey and ThUhis jealousy received a cordial welcome from the ure of the Third Kentcukv Regi- 12th juror accepted. Pence, Jr., agents for that great ear. friend and Congressman. have been worried a httle The Interior Journal has known friends and patrons of the school and ment for home. The soldiers are He told an I. J. representative that -.. goou many "...-;the public generally. The staff as an- scheduled to leave El Paso March 2. automobiles will be verv scarce this "Harvey" and Miss Mary Bruce LANCASTER COURT nhnlir I jr. ivtin- The body of Maj. Gen. Frederick is as follows: Maurice L. nounced A large crowd attended LnncnsttM- - year and thinks that the man who many years and the writer knows no in Chief; Tilden Funston was interred in the national court Monday, will be able to secure one will be better friends than they. He takes uu . ""' .,:" nd Tucker, Editor but business best members Cooper, Assistant Editor; Henley cemetery at the Presidio at San was quiet. There were lessgenerally lucky. Particularly will he be lucky, his hat off to Mr. Helm and wishes 1111? thllVPIl IllUlltiiifi il .!:-than a he said, if he gets a Studebnker. De- him and his all the good things that BTAK M.1 he not .lis Cash. Athletic Editor; Clem Hill, As Francisco. The sen-icewere read dozen cattle on the R. sistant Athletic Editor; Belle Russell. in a driving rain. The great Presidio Martin, of Danville, market, and C. un troit manufacturers build between a can come to him and his charming-bride-. .o nicked them Society Editor; Annie Rogers Pow guns boomed out thirteen times as a at a bargain s ot the cars in . price. They were of an nan and Lium UIUIHH " t...c- ell, Assistant Society Editor; now.' Col. W. inferior class. Lots of mulivs worn nn the U. S. and freight cars are so hard was present P. Walton, of Lexington, lira. Walker lor cue uu.....-- - on . Young, Exchange Editor; Serena last salute. A at the marriage and was Emma to secure lie is mule because I know and that when Hays, Class 1911, Alumni Editor; dent resolution authorizing the Presi- I hand and they sold well. Prices rang drive themthat it has been decided to one of the attendants. to use the armed forces of the over the roads to those Vide in every light ed uom ;iuu to $iyu and a pair ex- who buy rfcht a certain Lettie Walker McKinney, Assistant United States to protect commerce, tra good ones brought them, should they live withhe makes an enemy out itof because he Alumni Editor; Hester Anderson, Re- property and lives of the citizens of ber of pairs sold at $300$180. A num- in 400 or 500 miles of the "Automohe does "War g interfering with their illegitimate porter: Vie Goso Smith Reporter; the United States was introduced horse market was quiet. to $350. The bile City," as Detroit is known. EuJohn Cash, Business Manager; John last week in the Senate by Senator President Wilson addressed a joint Politics seemed to have been for- rope is turning out no cars and the 1,UD"C Early, of the Baptlt ehurch. Reid McKinney, Assistant Business Fall, Republican. gotten, for the time at least. Two can- demands from that and other foreign session of Congress, asking for auManager; Matsy Grimes, Circulation Edwin Gould, Jr., son of the New didates that the supply to ny wi. Senator II. Clav countries is so great demand. Foreign thority to supply merchant ships with who was referred preachers.";;"""". Manager: Mary Bailey, Assistant Cir was ork capitalist, was accidentally Kauffmanfor State R. defensive arms anif to employ any and J. Mount live in is not equal to the the "father of us wiiue nuiuing coons on a small Lancaster but neither .vas out on the orders have increased several fold in other instrumentalities or methods next sneaker. He had always had he culation Manager. island near Jekyl. He struck a coon street long enough to the Rockwell tells us, "that may be necessary 'and adequate for Dr. Walker because reshake many and past year, Mr. cars on the head with the butt of his gun hands. he added fought sin wherever he saw it. He Jay Harlan, of Danville, the and harder to that until will be harder to protect our ships and our people in Stannnd the weapon was discharged, fa- other entry get a noimal con- their legitimate and peaceful pursuits counted the good work done in for the office, did not put lie tally wounding him. in appearance, being willing, probab- dition of business affairs lias been on the seas." A sufficient sum was ford bv hm and regretted that According to a story in the World, ly, to asked from Congress to carry out the the. pi .pit which was soon to leaveconscientiously fillGarrard resumed. Theodore Roosevelt is planning an go for let the good county of Beazley, President's plans. The President anhad ably and e its favored sons. Jim memexpeditionary force, in the event of an old Stanford boy, did a good deal nounced that he was not "now proPAT HUNT KILLED ed Dr. Earlv admonished the stand to war with posing g "Pape's Diapepiin' overseas Germany, and will take it of in his race ofr Repbers of the Christian churcht be, and The Moment was steps or contemplating war or any Pat Y. Hunt, an and place it at the disposal resentative. that need lead to it," but merely Reaches The Stomach All bv their pastor, whoever is a much instantly Ballard, of the Entente generals, after which ponent, is said Hogan making anhis op- day while killed at Maretburg Satur- was requesting the authority "to safethem that it to be Distress Goes active attempting to get aboard guard in practice the right he will lead it in accordance with canvass, easier task to get rid of a good pastor of a great but he will have to step a freight train. Mr. Hunt married people who their ideals. some to defeat the than it it to secure one. at his best county i. daughter of Josiah Mullius. of the desirious are at peace and who are Do some foods you eat hit back Publishers are opposed to the temof exercising none but the The grand old man was most taste good, but work badly; ferment porary plan of relief offered by the man, who is a campaigner and or- Maywood section, ami i. survived by rights of peace to follow the pursuits d his.entire talk would m$e ganizer of high quality. his wife and five small 'hi'dren. The space, into acids and cause a sick, sour, news print manufacturers, and statinteresting reading. Lack burial occurred at Maretburg Sun- of peace in quietness and good will." gassy stomach? Now, Mr. an Mrs. however, prevents a fuller account Dyspeptic, jot this down: Pape's Dia- ed last week in Washington that AGED CITIZEN PASSES AWAY. day afternoon. lie was about 30 He added that war could only come kaiiys rather than, nccept the six months' "by the willful acts and aggressions of his timely message. Di. and the pepsin helps neutralize the excessive arbitration plan Mr. Benjamin Holtzclaw died at years old and was reared in Rock- of others." A bill has been introduced of the manufacturers reference to Mrs. Walker life was in the House acquiescing in the Presbeau- acids in the stomach so your food they thought it best to await the re- his home in the Preachersville vicin- castle, where his entire two bright daughters was very won't sour and upset you. There nev- sults of the Federal grand jury ity at 11 o'clock Sunday morning af- spent. Eight years ago a brother, ident's request. This bill will be contiful indeed. so safely quick, so ter a protracted illness of a compli Walter Hunt, was run over and kill- sidered today bv the House Foroicn Walker, at this juncture, spoke, er was anything No difference how probe. Dr. effective. A Henderson dispatch says: Prices cation of troubles, r.ged 75. His fun-- 1 ed by a freight train he was breaki'ij. Affairs Committee as likewise will a quarter of an hour and so in- certainlyyour stomach is upset you for a on, near Gum Sulphur. badly similar bill by tho Senate Foreign tensely interested was the enormous usually get happy relief in five minu- paid for tobacco here today indicate eral was preached at the late home that the bottom has dropped out of at 10 o'clock Monday morning, after MRS. RANEY'S BROTHER DEAD Affairs Committee. pin drop woum nave tes, crowd that a pleases you most is the market. For the first time but what The Cunnrd Line steamship Laco-ni- a. since which his remains were laid to rest been noticeable. He told of his love that it helps to regulate your stomach Mrs. T. D. Raney, of this city, rein the the opening for his home people; lived sopeople so you can eat your favorite foods the average of the season the gener-h- J beyond Ashlock burying ground, just ceived the sad intelligencu Monday pedo 18,099 tons, was sunk by a torlong Dx river. Sir. J. C. McClurv in a night attack near Queens-tow- n. was under 10 cents. among whom he had 111., her without fear. ight Of the three lives reported lost, thousand four hundred officiated at the funeral services. For of the death near Peoria,Smiley,of who and who had been so goodto to him. hulf brother, Samuel Most remedies give you relief forget He plend with them notkeep up the sometimes they are slow, but not pounds were sold at nn average of many years Mr. Holtzclaw hud been a used to live in this county. He remov- it is believed two were of Chicago $9.88 member of the Crab Orchard Chris women. There were about 300 persons God, but on the contrary Several hundred women, after tian church and there were few, if ed to Illinois many years ago and has on board the vessel, eighty of whom light against evil and stand for right, sure. "Pape's Diapepsin" is positive consequence, in neutralizing the acidity, so the particinatinir in a mass mooting in any better citizens in the county. A since resided in that Rtate. His wife were passengers. There were twenty-si- x it mattered not what the right and misery won't come buck very quickly. preceded him to the grave several Madison Square to protest against wife and sister survive the good man, years, Americans on bohrd, twenty be"The lines between be but several children are left You feel different wrong are tightly drawn in this com- "Pape's Diapepsin" comesusin soon as the high cost of food, stormed the and unfortunately they are both ill. to mourn his loss. Mr. Smiley was a ing of tho crew and six cabin passencontact Waldorf-Astori- a Hotel, demanding to munity; leave no stone unturned, with the stomach distress just vanprominent farmer, was 5G years old gers. II. Smith, of Louisville, was a sinking of CONCRETE WALL FALLS nor spare any energy in your effort ishes your stomach gets sweet, no see Gov. Whitman. Refused admitand his death was due to a complica- member of the crew. TheWashington him the liner is regarded in to meet the enemy and give ueucr gases, no belching, no eructations of tance they started a demonstration The greater part of the north wall tion of troubles. which called forth the police reservas being the most serious disregard your best. I could hear of no the concrete warehouse of J. II. undigested of American rights since tho submanews; no message would be sweeter and you feel food, your head clears es. The Governor was at another ho- of & Co., west of the mill Baughman HIGHER COURT REVERSES fine. tel. rine warfare was intensified. to me than to know that this people Tho Go now, make the best investment The administrator of Charles C. fell outward at tho noon hour yester- Dovio suit of Misses Jennie and are standing for the right and batday, nnd for that Carpenter, etc., against J. N. by getting u large MR. BURCH ANNOUNCES tling that this church and this peo- you s ever made, of Pape's Diapepsin Morgan, who burned to death in the damage was done to reason but little Saunders, has been reversed by the fifty-centits contents. It is case County Attorney W. S. Burch an. Seventh Avenue Hotel, Louisville, in snid ple and this community be made betthat too much pressure was court of appeals. The Circuit Court nounces in a card this issue his canof from any drug store. You realize in Dec. 1915, has been awarded $7,000. ter." he said with much evidence of five minutes how needless it is to Morgan, who, was from Green county, placed against the wall just after it decided that Mr. Saunders, by virtue didacy to succeed himself as county feeling. He thanked the pastors finished and before was sea of a tax purchase had title to the attorney, which from indigestion, the town and community for their sufferstomach disorder, dyspepsia, or was spending the night in the hotel was which caused it to it spring und lot near the depot, hut that court of satisfactorily for office he has filled due to acid when it burned. Of the judgment soned several terms. A uniform courtesy and the people, one any 17-- 1 Hen $0,000 is against the owner of tho finally fall. The owners hudto just appeals holds that he only lias u paid good lawyer, a clever gentleman und and all. for what had been done for fermentation. on the lot for umount of taxes repurchased material with which property and $1,000 against C. P. him while a resident of Stanford. G rover Noc an employe nt the Q. by him because tho notice required a democrat of the purest ray serene. pair and stregthen the wall. Mr. Burch should make u good race McClary, manager of the hotel. by law was given by writing u letter for the office he &C. shops at Somerset died there in SEVERE COLD QUICKLY CURED the sanitarium Tuesday nightof pneu-moniinstead of having the notice served. who goes against seeks, it matters not THE BEST RECOMMENDATION FOR A BILIOUS ATTACK him. "On December first I hud a very His remains were tuken to attack of he grip as When you have a severe headache, severe cold or Tho strongest recommendation any was nearly down sick his homo at Morristown, Tenn., for accompanied by a coated tongue, nrticle may receive is u favorable TO THE DEOMCRATS GOOD WOMAN GONE it mav be, and interment. OF LINCOLN COUNTY loathing of food, constipation, torpid word from the user. It is the recomin bed," writes O. J. Metcalf, Mrs. Sallie Cumley, who made her bought two bottles of Mo. "I liver, vomiting of partly digested mendations of those who have it that I um a candidate for to homo with Mrs. David Scott, died of SOMETHING GOOD food and then bile, you may know makes Chumberluin'i Cough Remedy the office of County Attorney. My bronchial pneumonia Friday and was Chamberalin's Cough Remedy and it I was comThose who hate nastv medicine that you have u severe bilious attack. so popular. Mrs. Amanda Gierhurt, record as an official is before you. If buried in Goshen was only a few days until cemetery Saturday pletely restored to health. I firmly be- y should try Chamberalin's Tablets fori While you may be quite sick there is Wayncsfield, Ohio, writes, "Chamber- I huvo merited your approval I afternoon, after services at the Rem-cdconstipation. They are pleasant to much consolation in knowing that re- - lain s Cough Remedy has been used your support nnd I mako a per- conducted by Mr. J. C. McClary.grave lieve that Chamberlain's Cough Sho is one of the very best medicines tuke und their effect is so agreeable uei may do nau oy taking three of in my family off and on for twenty sonal uppeal to every democrat of was 54 years old und hud long been a nil will know what to do when I and so nuturnl that you will not Chamberlain's Tablets. They are years and it has never failed to euro the county to lend me his support, consecrated christian woman. Her unother cold." Obtainable ev realize that it has been produced bv prompt ana enectual. Obtainable ev-'-a cough or com. I'stuinaulo every' 'ndorscment and influence. have death has caused much sorrow in the a medicine. Obtainable everywhere. ery where. ;. 17-cry where. . W. S. BURCH. atksiJMH where. comunity she lived so long. REGARDS FOR RETIRING PASTOR SURPRISE TO HOST OF FRIENDS anti-aircra- ft ....... News Of Churches Mid-wee- Multi-Millionai- re Heard About Town post-offic- at vice-pres- i- 9, .P. Eu-bink- as hc:v - E iu s?s .si - - s E. A ".srsttSJ two-third- Latest News Ugh! Acid Stomach, Sourness, Heartum Gas Or Indigestion hand-shakin- ln Sixty-e- u. Wea-therb- y, in-vi- te i 2t The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, February 27, 1917 Page Seven PLEASE REMEMBER! This Bank Is Seeking Your Business and is fully equipped and prepared to care for it. On Jan. 9, 1917, its Surplus Fund was increased $ 1,500.00 Making its present Surplus Fund 30,000.00 Its Capital is 50,000.00 5,000,000 Corns . Lifld Bight OH Try 2 Drops of Magic "Gets-It.- " There's a wonderful difference corn now 1 tween Rotting rid of a nnd tho way they tiacil to try to Bet rid of It only four or flvo years aso. "OptB-lt- " has revolutionized corn hutory. It's tho only corn remedy be- Lancaster Mrs. F. F. Browning nnd baby left Sunday for n visit to her parents, in Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan, of nre here visiting their daughter, Mrs. S. G. Haseldcn and Mr. Hascldcn. Mrs. Carrie Dnvison and Miss Bet West left Friday for a visit to relatives in Tulsa, Okla. Mrs. L. N. Miller is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson at Niehol-nsville, Take a Tip From Us Buy Your .PJiiiwh'S. 'Spo? Now Jtut 3 Prop nf 'Ootn-I- t. Tomorrow I'll. IntI'oelTlint Corn t" Bight Off ami It's Oouo today that acts on tho now principle, not only of shriveling up the corn, but of loosening tho corn off so loose that you can lift It right off with your lingers. Put 2 drops of "Gets-It- " on that corn or callus That's all. Tho corn Is Ky. doomed sure as sunrise. No pain, or trouble, or soreness. You do away once and for all with bandnpes, salves H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier J. S. HOCKER, President Try and Irresponsible what-notC. HAYS FOSTER, Asst. Cashier It "Gets-It- surprised and loso a corn. S. T. HARRIS, set " is sold everywhere, 25c W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. Bookkeeper a bottle, or sent on receipt of price by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, Ilk Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy Nancy Ycager. Mrs. DeHaven will by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The Penny Drug Store. join her son here Saturday. Mrs. Alfred Eads, of Shelby, is Coming Events with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Mr. and Mrs. Beaumont at Nicholas Feb. 28. Regular meeting of Wo- Ncwland. ville. man's Club at 3 p. m. Annual elecMorris Jones, of St. Louis, Mo., is Mrs. Nancy Smith is up again, hav tion of officers. the guest of J. U. Jones and other ing had grippe for the past week. relatives here. Mrs. W. II. Porter is out again afG. C. Givens is able to be out after Misses Dora and Minnie Straub were in Louisville last week buying ter having a severe attack of grippe an illness of several days. and throat trouble. Mrs. W. L. Porter, living out on millinery goods Misses Elizabeth Simpson and ElizMrs. H. R. Saufley and sons, Row the Lancaster pike, is quite ill. Miss Lee Thompson, of Cincinnati an and George li. baufley are m Lou- abeth Grimes, of Lancaster, were to see Mrs. Will Porter last week. is the guest of Miss Nancy Ycager. isville for several days. Mr. and Mrs. John Charles Osborne Robert Goode, of the Pcrryville Miss Ella May Saunders has rereturned to their home at Knoxville section, came up Sunday to see his turned from Cincinnati, where she Monday. sister, Mrs. H. V. Carter. went to buy some spring millinery Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Owens, of Mc- - goons. Mrs. H. J. McRoberts and Miss Mary Bruce were in Louisville Satur- Kinney, were the guests of Mr. and Misses Minnie and Dora Straub George F. DeBorde Sunday. day. have returned from the cities having O. Dunham, of Hustonville, is at Mrs. Bud Gooch, of Wayncsburg, purchased their spring millinery Tampa, rla., goods. is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. L. the Desota, this city. McCarty. correspondence Courier-Journa- l. Mrs. P. E. Kemp and aunt, Muss Mrs. Albert rhillips has returned Master Wallace Andrew DeHaven, of Mt. Sterling, is the guest of Misshome after a visit to her parents, Amanda Gogin, of Louisville, are the guests of Dr. T. W. Pennington and family. Mrs. V. P. Givens and dauhgtcr, Mis Isabella Givens, of the Shelby City section, spent Sunday with Miss Belle Denny. Mr. Spears Fisher, of Danville, was in the city this morning. He told the I. J., that his wife continued in very here the guest of relatives. Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon of Stanford, was the week end guest of Mrs. W. T. West. Cecil Brown, Owen Hendren and Alex Doty attended the reception given at Millersburg Military Academy Fridnv nieht. .,...1 1tt. AT ..,..,. .( jlJl Mllll fit,...!!. 1(1133 liltlltll i;i. Hill IIU Elmore have returned from a visit to Miss Cook's brother, Robinson of Millersburg. They attended the reception Fridny night. is Richmond. Hon. Ashley Swope of Lexington, f!, Tobacco Cotton ! . From Us The First National Bank Stanford, Vice-Preside- nt toe-eati- s. attended Sunday night and the C. E. is preparing for the district convention to be held in Danville soon. All the sick of the county and town are much improved in health. Nimord Crump, receiver of hemp for Spears & Sons, is kept quite busy. Garrard raises one of the finest hemp crops, raised in Central Kentucky as well as tobacco. John Gill and Robert Kinnr.ird sold to John Cress, a er Hup-mobi- C. E. Business Meeting Was Well NOW It will not only be higher, later, but scarce lc d, Personal and Social nnd also one to (5. 15. Swine-broaand to W. O. King a roadster. The word "Kinnaird" is enough said, and these young progiessive and hustling business men, are the agents lor the Dodge car, and will no doubt sell a great number of this popular car. It is impossible to keep "good fel lows " down. Severance & Son Wonderful Stuff Lifts Out Your Corns Apply A Few Drops Then Lift Corns Or Calluses Off With Fingers No Rush Branch People are rejoicing over the pret ty days we are having at piesent and and lots of farmers are busy sowing tobacco beds. Mr. R. D. Edwards has moved on Mr. George Rankin's place. News has reached here that Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gerkey have gone to Hustonville, where 'they will make their home. Mrs. James Floyd and little daughter, Flossie were calling on Mis. E. L. Miracle Sunday. Ewalt Givens was in Pain VISIT The Figurin & ute Cost Miles per 'VWJBmMrZTMiiW THrm S "rik- - Dollar Bt With Our Service and Jirtstom Tires Ours is the champion service the expert, courteous kind that makes motoring safe, easy, and almost trouble-fre- e. So we sell Firestones a complete line of Tires, Tubes and Accessories in order that you may get that service in the highest degree at lowest cost. Come in and let us prove it. H. C. Carpenter, Local Agent I An Elegant Assortment of WATCHES Just received direct from the factory sold at kjzii-i to be & -i- Wednesday. .. nl .i ilfiirr cfnri fni" ;l m:ill There has been lots of sickness in bottle of freezone, which cost but a this neighborhood. sullicient to rut one s W. M. Miracle, of Pineville, spent trifle,of but is corn or callus. every feet Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Tnt .i (V.Mf ilrnnti ilirppflv imnn nnv Mrs. E. L. Miracle. t.i.l.ii finliim, fnvi ni nnlliic Itmtnnt- Virgil Hester is visiting his par- ly soreness disappears and shortly ents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hester. thethe corn or callus will loosen an can We are glad to state that Miss be lifted off with the fingers. May Manning is better at this writThis drug freezone doesn't eat out ing. the corns or calluses but shrivels poor health. them without even irritating the surrounding skin. Oil, Claude Thompson, a former Crab Child Just think! No pain at all; no soreOrchai'l boy, but now of Iowa, is the Calomel, Pills For ness or smarting when applying it or guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert ColP nvniiiL ilnn't If miv lier at Crab Orchard. Liver and Bowels have freezone have him order it for Hupley has returned afMrs. Lee K-- i jou. ter a visit to Iter parents, Mr. and Give "California Syrup Of Figs" If Mrs. J. II. Robinson and sister, Mrs. DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR Cross, Sick, Feverish, Sanders at Perryville. Constipated The home of .Miss Ed'die T. CarMiss Ella May Saunders went to penter, of Hustonville, was a scene Louisville this morning to meet a evening Look back at your childhood days. of gayety last Saturday complete line Fiske drummer with a Remember the "(lose" mother insisted when eight or ten happy couples, who hats. of these castor oil. calomel, cathartics, etna liml invitoil tn smpnil nnn more Mr. ad Mrs. J. M. Kerr have re on you fought evening with Miss Carrie Lewis Ed How hated them, turned after a visit to relatives and against taking them. how you wards before her departure, assemfriends at Versailles and Lexington With our children it's different. bled. Unexpectedly as it was, for the domiciled at the Goodknight and are lrj.nt frim tin rink, lonvinir Mothers who cling to the old form of farm on Danville pike. physic simply don't realize what they there at an early hour. The affair Mr. and Mrs. H. C. LeCompte and dclighttul, progressive is children's daughters. Misses Margaret Jane and do. The Their tender revolt "insides" was altogetherthe chief amusement. rook being little Dorothy Crutcher, of Frankfort, Those present were: Miss Carrie Edby them. spent Sunday with her father, Mr are injuredchild's stomach, liver and wards and Dunn Sandidge, Miss EdIf your Cicero Reynolds and sister, Mrs. A bowels need cleansing, give only del- die T. Carpenter and Chas. Dunn, P. Hunn. Syrup of Figs," Its Miss Roberta Tucker and John Hicks, Rev. and Mrs. F. M. Tinder, Miss icious "California but gentle. Millions Miss Clara Nunnelley and Benjamin Martha Tinder, Mrs. Price and Mrs action is nositive this harmless "fruit I'ruitt, Miss Elizabeth Stagg and keep Lula Johnson were among the crowd of mothershandy; they know children Roger Hicks, Miss Katherine Wnrri-ne- r came over from Lancaster Sun laxative" that and Lee Tuney, Miss Murtha to love that it never day evening to hear Rev. D. M. Wal clean to take it:and bowels andfails sweet Tucker and Alger Weddle. Messrs. the liver ker's farewll sermon. a teaspoonful Claude Dinwiddie, Horace Ritfe and somach, and News has been recieved here of en the today saves athat child tomor- Carlisle Myers. sick given the serious illness of John M. Waters, row. Miss Edwards, who is from Los of Parson, Kansas. He was taken to Angeles, Cal., has been visiting Mrs. Ask your druggist for a a hospital at Sedalia. Mo., where he bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," Sophia Carpenter here, and other was operated on for appendicitis for several for babies, relatives in Danville, last week. The last report from his which has full directions for grown months and now she is leaving for all ages and bedside to his mother, Mrs. Khoda children of on each bottle. Beware of Washington, Philadelphia, New York Waters, was that he was thought to ups plainly soio nere. see inni u is and Boston, where she will be until counterieiis be improving slowly. early summer. She will then return "California Fig John McRoberts, the. little son of made bvRefuse any otherSyrup Com to California, by the way of Kenkind with M. Mount, former pany." Mr. and Mrs. John tucky and spend a few days in Hus1 ly of Lancaster, but now of Atlanta, contempt. tonville. Miss Edwards is indeed a Ga., met with a very serious accident nnil will ln fli!i vtiiini, VfiimiF ifii WILL DRILL SOON last week. The little tellow was play Norman King, E. R. Akcr and greatly missed by her many friemb ing on the steps and fell something mere. Lexington, like fifteen feet breaking one of his Thco. Mohr, of en route to were in legs. The mother was formerly Miss the city Monday, where they thehave SPRING CLEANING TIME section, Jennie Lynn of this city. land for Come to our store and see our Mrs. Claude Pennybakcr, of Dan leased 100 or 500 acres ofproperties oil and gas purposes. The complete line of wall paper, druggets, ville, has returned homo after spend- adjoin the land of Albert Schuler, on mattings, lace curtains, window ing a few days ir this city with her polish r.nd m which is n gas well that has been shades, Mr. and Mrs. Enrents, Gooch spent John Mershon. burning for weeks. The three gentle- We have furniture for cverybo Wednesday in men are e young business rence cc inn, aiauioru. 1 King's Mountain, on business. Mrs. men and have struck something good M. C. Williams, who has been ill with grippe for the past few days is re- in the above leases. TMEOLD RELIABLE' ported to be some better. Somerset 1918 INSTEAD OF 1917 News. It is n handsome 1018 model Studebaker car which Acey & Pence How's This? hnvo on exhibition here at the latter's We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward store room on West Main street and NEMEDYFORMEN. for any case of Catarrh that cannot be not a 1917 model as the I. J. stated AT YOUR DRUGGIST. cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. concerning this last week in write-uHall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken lot by catarrh sufferers for the past thlrty-flv- o handsome car. It is attracting a adyears, and has become known as trie of attention and being generally most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's mired. A No humbug! Any corn, whether hard, soft or between the toes, will loosen right up and lift out, without a particle of pain or soreness. This drug is called freezone and is compound of ether discovered by a Stanford a Cincinnati man. B argain O Store Hates ilrlln-mst- . Special price on C. Ml C. now 8 cents. Complete line of Luxor Toilet Requisites; soaps, creams and powders. te A bargain of four cakes of Buttermilk Soap for 15 cents m-n- well-founde- d. the Ladies' silk hose, all colors, now .... 39 cents. Special price on Men's work shirts, 60 cents 48 cents. now Don't fail to ask about 50-ce- nt 17-- Other bargains await you at this store. Don't fail to come to see our line of spring and summer goods Ginghams worth 5 ! 1 cents now i 12 1-- 2 cents ar BargainStore Salem & Salem J wide-awak- 17-- Stanford, Kentucky n Popular Prices and Guaranteed If you need a watch don't fail to inspect this in stock, Watch Fobs and line. We also-have Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poison from the Blood and healing the dis- eased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a In your general great Improvement health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh cine at once and get rid of catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENRY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists. 75c. Medi- Senator John W. Kern, Democratic leader of tho Senate, who will retire from that body on March 4, will be appointed to a good ofiice under the National Administration. If ho is not made a member of the International Joint Commission, whoso members receivo a salary of $7,000 a year, he will be appointed to some office that is "just as good." NOW IS THE IDEAL TIME TO VISIT FLORIDA or the 'Chains, Cuff Links, Bracelets, Rings, Fountain Pens, Etc. LaVallieres, The Lincoln Pharmacy J. W. ACEY, Proprietor Stanford, Kentucky The bills providing for further taxes on whisky and beer will bo opposed by the "drys" in the General Assembly of Kentucky, who believe that if passed they will deprive them of arguments in favor of State-wid- e prohibition, it is stated. Fire that destroyed tho plant of (pmmmtM'O'Mi,) tho Kentucky Public Elevator Company at Fourteenth and Gallagher ENDS CATARRH, ASTHMA, streets in Louisville, entailed a loss Broechkk Croup, Coufh. nd Colds, ol estimated at $700,000, including a tomtty back. SqU and gwraotced bj quarter of a million bushels of wheat corn, rye, and oats. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. HY0MEI GULF COAST RESORTS Get away from the fold end enjoy life in the land of Sunshine and Flower how round-tri- p fares and excellent service via LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD For Particulars, call upon local agents of this railroad Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: The Interior Journal E. C. Walton and Tuesday, February 27, 1917 J. H. Wright Kv., Intrrni at Ihr pntteflot at Hartford, trcond elan mail matter. nolh Issuei n wcfk, prr jrar....................$1.50 Twice a week, for 8 months................... 1.00 Twice a week, for 0 monlhs........ 75 40 Twice a week, for 3 month........... Once a week, either If nic, per yer...... 1.00 Subscriptions to all! paare per stops when time for which It is paid, Is up Subscription Rates Sit Up and Take Notice not only of the lessly tailored i Youthfully-Style- d fault- V1 liiAM I JbHB Bees know X enough to f'Jr J y J 5.... iX JS m Inadrancc.) The Interior Journal Is anthorlted to an nounce the following candidates for office tub-Ve- t to the Democratic primary the firtt 3at-nrdin Ancuet, 1017. (Announcement fee for each county office is 910; for district office, $15; for city or magisterial office $5. No itnnniineement will be made until fee Is paM Political Announcements. Adler's Collegian Clothes which we carry, but our other high quality guaranteed merchandise For State Senator JAY W. HARLAN For Sheriff save,. H. CLAY KAUFFMAN J. R. MOUNT. ' " HiVnFjSii bi ' J. H. LIVINGSTON. The maftwith monev out5 some in the Bank .where it is safe Bees have HONEY in the winter because, as they work every day during "blossom time' they carry the honey to their hive. You can have MONEY in just the same way. EARNING money regularly BANK some of it. While you are For County Judge M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE M. S. BAUGHMAN. W. S. DRYE. ilk I M For County Attorney For Representative H. G. SKILES. For Jailer J. S. OWSLEY. W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMER For Assessor For Magistrate 1st Dist. J. N. CASH f prise to me as vtffIff ''ill i Swann and Stetson Hats, Nettleton and Walk-Ove- r Shoes, Fountain and Eclipse Shirts, Wilson Bros. Gloves and Mun-sin- g Wear. All are high standard brands. No matter what it is. we try to sell you You arc not going to let a little BEE get the best of you, are you? J. T. DUDDERAR -- u L' the best the market affords. Come to this store for complete values Put YOUR money in OUR bank. We pay three per cent interest. The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky HOME AGAIN These words contain a peculiar charm to me, who have wandered in many states and many climes, beating around the bush to find if possible as good a place as Stanford, nlways re- t sioner, 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 SHERIFF'S SETTLEMENT, A settlement made by G. B. Cooper, Commisi of taxable property Auditor of Public Accounts & certified by ?36,798.0S To 50 cents on 23.83 miles C. N. 0. property at $27,000 per mile To 50 cents on 23.83 miles Rcmaintl T. P. R. R. 1912 ($300,000.) To 50 cents on 23.83 miles Remaind T. P. R. R. 1913 ($312,110.) To 50 cents on 23.83 miles Remaind T. P. R. R. 1914 ($321,012.) To 50 cents on 23.83 miles Remaind T. P. R. R. 1915 ($233,094.) To 50 cents on 20.70 miles Addition R. 1915 ($101,834.) To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To Railroad Franchise Tax T. P. Ry. on $898,488 4,492.44 C. N. er Franchise er Franchise er Franchise er Franchise 0. & 1,500.30 C N. 0. 0. & 1,500.55 C. N. C. N. & good will that I have received since the deal became known fill me with gratitude and will stimulate me to greater effort to make the "cheapest and best" continue to rank with the many pleasant years among the best people of God's footstool. He and I Slave made nn equitable arrangement that we believe and hope will prove advantageous to both of us, and here I am again where I left off some eight years ago, somewhat broadened bv experience, I hope, and better fitted to aid in giving the people a paper that they will have no cause to be ashamed of. It was like pulling out his eye teeth to separate Mr. Shelton M. Sauflev torn his hold, but we finally met his steep price and I am here to live as long as I can among the chosen of creation and die when I can't help it. Mr. Sauflev is not settled as to his future, but as good a newspaper manj as he is will find no trouble in landing almost anything he mav want when he gets ready to enter the fourth estate again. I do not feel that it is necessary for us to make any promises. The patrons of the Interior Journal know us both and I am sure believe that we will strive in every way to meet their expectation and esteem. The congratulations and expressions of I me. Many of our readers have doubtless heard before that Mr. J. H. Wright and myself have bought the pride of my youth and young manhood the Interior Journal upon which I spent gretting that I left it and praying without ceasing that the Guider of all human affairs would again restore me to those I love and to those who have always shown a good feeling for McRoberts & Bailey it will be to the host of friends of the paper. Offers and suggestions of a sale had been discussed casually for a week or so, and I had fixed a price but had little thought or expectation of its acceptance. However, the two gentlemen named realized that they were securing perhaps the best country news paper in Kentucky, and in doing so were willing to pay what is probably the record price for a country paper anywhere in the United btates. Seven years ago 1 came "back home" to Stanford and have conducted the I. J. since buying it at that time from E. C Walton, who again becomes one of its owners. The good people of Lincoln and adjoining counties have been so good to me and mine that words are vain and meaningless when I try to express to them the genuine appreciation and love which I will always feel toward each and every one of them. It has been my effort to conduct the Interior Journal during my control of its affairs, as first of all a gentleman. No human effort is ever faultless, however, but failures on my part whenever they have occurred have been of the head and not of the heart, and it is with feelings solely of the utmost good will, with malice toward none and with the deepest implanted sentiments of love and regard for each and every one, that I turn the helm of the I. J. over to its new owners, both of whom, splendid gentlemen in every way and known and esteemed by .all, need no introduction at my hands. BULLS I have be taken at my office on Feb. 28, SHORTHORN several Shorthorn bulls fcr sale. E. 1917. j. N Menefee, Jr., attorney P. Woods, Stanford. fw p,nintJffe 15.3 17-t- f. Woman to do cooking WANTED and general housework. Paul Finch, 16-Crab Orchard, Ky. 3 2 Mc-Clar- FOR SALE. One Winton Six, power automobile, in No. 1 good shape. Price, if sold at once, TRY a Gall Cure horse collar at $400; write J. J. Carter, Waynes-burKy., or see John Woner and $1.75. That's not high. At J. C. Harness Store. the car at Bailey Garage, Stanford. 90-hor- g, 15-t- f. I Ky. 16-- 6 , foremost & 1,008.21 0. & 1,608.47 al Franchise L. N. R. 509.67 41.41 14.93 31.90 29.46 34.22 15.86 71.81 94.00 348.70 703.70 84.11 291.01 78.45 81.90 74.34 129.23 2,258.27 3,245.05 Ine, and with the hope that there are none who really hate, I take up my old work with a happy heait and thanks to the kindness of fate. Sincerely, E. C WALTON. A WORD TO THE PUBLIC As seen from Mr. Walton's card above, he and I have bought the Interior Journal and will continue pubwell-know- in the country. So with a smile for those who love 50 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 $0,814 Southern Express Co ,.. 50 cents on $3,172 Adams Express Company 50 cents on $14,303 Western Union Tel. Co 50 cents on $18,800 Stanford Water, Light & Ice Co 50 cents on $09,770 on First Nat 50 cents on $152,740 on Lincoln 50 cents on $16,822 on Bank of 50 cents on $58,322 on The Natio 50 cents on $15,090 on Crab Ore 50 cents on $10,380 on Wayncsb 50 cents on $14,808 on McKinne 50 cents on $25,846 on People's Other Franchise Tax Lincoln County Bank Tax ional Bank of Stanford .... County National Bank .... Moreland nal Bank of Hustonville.... hard Banking Co urn Deposit Bank y Deposit Bank Bank of Hustonville To 50 cents on $151,054 L. & N. Tangible Railroad Tax To 50 cents on $049,010 C N. 0. & T. P. R. R. Tangible prop- To 50 cents on $35,950 property omitted by the ussessor and listed by the county clerk To 4,517 Polls returned by the Assessor und Board of Supervisors at $1.50 each To 90 Polls listed by the county court clerk t: The Sheriff is entitled to the following credits 50 cents on $5,180 duplicated property 50 cents on $30,713 delinquent property 50 cents on $17,923 property exonerated by County court.. 50 cents on $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 to-wits Tangible Railroad Tax 179.75 0,775.50 135.00 $02,916.98 By By By By By By By By By By By By By THE I. J. CHANGES OWNERS The Interior Journal was sold SatC,G65.87 urday, Feb. 24 to Messrs. J. II. 2,095.57 Wright and E. C. Walton, of this 410.95 city. It was probubly as great a sur- - 25.90 153.50 89.61 449.93 paper at lication of the the old stand, at all times inviting patronage and hoping by earnest effort to merit it. As is known, I am not an experienced newspaper man. In fact I know very little about it, but I shall endeavor to learn the business and shall spare neither time nor effort in so doing. While I will be in the office a good deal, it is my purpose to look after the outside work and I hope to meet and know many of the patrons of the paper ere many months come and go. Mr. Walton and I could hope for nothing better than a continuation of the patronage and support that has been given the I. J. through these many years and we promise that the same careful business methods that have characterized the enterprise shall be used and that eaeh customer, large or small, shall be well cared for and given value received. It is our desire to keep the Interior Journal as it is a model country paper; one reflecting the sentiment of the community, und in which the readers will have confidence. I crave the indulgence of the public during my apprenticeship and ask that I be given the opportunity to make, what I so greatly desire to be, a good newspaper man. Very Trulv, n STRAY HORSE came to my place 15.ft Feb. 10. Horse is grey and about 15 hands high and is blind in right eye AUTO SERVICE anywnere; day and his age is between 15 and 20 or night; reasonable prices. Call years. Owner can have same by payphone. 234. T. H. Eads. ing the feed and cost. Monroe Smith,. Waynesburg, Ky. R. F. D. 3, FOR SALE Or to farm out. a coming jack, in nice GO WKST THIS SPRINO shape. See II. C." Andersor , StanBecome independent by taking up ford, Ky. f agriculture In Minnesota, North Montana, Idaho, Washington or LOST. Between Stanford and Oregon. Mlllious of acres of land la McKinney, mud chain off auto truck. these states along the Northern Pacific Ry. awaiting settlement. Unusual Reward for return to A. W. Brown, opportunities. Healthful climate, 16-- 2 .McKinney, Ky., at flour mill. abundant crops, good markets, extransportation cellent facilities, LADIES Engraved cards should schools, churches, etc. A young counbe used for all social purposes. See try for ambitious people. Send for free descriptive Inforthe new samples we have and as mation regardingliterature and secthe particular cheap as they can be bought any- tion that interests you. Wo will be glad to assist you in locating your where. The Interior Journal. 59-new home In a community where you SHELTON M. SAUFLEY. at home and NOTICE Depositions on behah can feel Write to J. C. can enjoy prosperity. Eaton. General It is refreshing to read in the of plaintiff in the case of Lottie Ad- Agent, Northern Pacific Ry., 40 East " Eastern periodicals praise of the gov- ams, pltff., vs Jess Adams, deft., will 4th St., Cincinnati, O. ernor of a Southern State for thwarting the actions of a mob rather than tirades against the whole people because the irresponsible element is guilty of such lawlessness. In addiMM tion to highly commending Gov. Stanley in its editorial colums at the time, the last issue of the New York Independent gives account of his trip to Murray to face the mob. just received a shipment of "Virginia" saddles made on the patent tree. J. C. McClarv, HAVE Wil-bou- rn Stanford. 14-4- 15-4- p- iG-t- Du-ko- ta, f tf CARD OF THANKS Many thanks to our dear neighbors and friends who assisted us so kindly in the sickness and death of our friend, Mrs. Sallie Todd Comley. Mrs. Sallie Scott und family. 3 CHIfTOCLOTHEsV OfcMnAOTtie CENT -A- -WORD ADS worn eacn Itsue, cash (Aili here re 1 cent with order; no ad lets than 25o each Issue.) BLUE GRASS SEED for sale. T. 17-- 6 E. Baldwin, Jr., Silver Creek. V V JaKSe VM v .ssssssssssfiwMMam 'sssk As our Winter Stock of Clothing it 14,580; still large, we are compelled to sell FOUND Auto license owner can get same by paying for more at greatly reduced prices to 16-this adv. make room for our Spring Goods. $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 and up to FOR SALE P.ure bred Buff Orpington eggs; 75 cents per setting of $25.00 values, now going at cost. We have some Overcoats that you 17. Great layers. C. C. Withers. 17-- 1 2. J. II. WRIGHT. gy rug and horse blanket. Reward if returned to Ben Ferrill, Morelnnd. 17-- 1 Ky. FOR SALE Extra nice Duroc pigs for only a few days at $7, by Red Modtl Top No. 88055; pedigree furnished. C. W. Dunn, King's Mountain, 17-2Ky. p. LOST In or near Moreland bug- can't afford not to buy. good ones. t t 1 These are : j t 5 1 t Robinson's 'W and Return PRESIDENT WILSON are Permitted County By 1,215 Polls (delinquent) By Receipts from W. M. Bright, County Treas., to balance L' All of which is submitted to the court. G. B.COOPER, Commissioner. 13.50 The following amounts have been received by me from J. G. Wea27.00 117.00 therford, Sheriff, und receipts issued therefor: 5,000.00 .. 3.00 October 16, 1916 4,000.00 13.50 November 9, 191G 15,000.00 December 4, 1916 .. 15,000.00 337.50 December 11, 1916 322.18' 1,822.50 December 23, 1916, (county claims) January 2, 1917 3,000.00 , 51,116.59 ,... 8,794.41 January 30, 1917 $62,916.98 $51,116.59 Stanford, Ky., January 30, 1917. KUs,. W. M. BRIGHT, County Treasurer $20.35 Washington March 1, 2, 3, 4, Return March 10 ACCOUNT INAUGURATION Stop-Orer- C&O s Liberal For further information apply to your nearest Ticket Agent, or M. address W. YENT, District Passenger Agent, Thoenix Hotel Block, Lexington, Ky. w ,The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, February 27, 1917. WHARF MASTER LIVELY AS EVER Greenup Man, Once All Farm and Stock News Buffalo had 22,000 head of veal cnlvcs last week. E. T. Pence sold in Lancaster yesterday his crop of hemp at 14c. Charles Rogers, of Garrard county, Isold a mare mule to Wm. Robinson for 185. J. M. Cress sold to R. M. Black-erh- y marc a pair of mules for $340. Bob Henry, of Lancaster, sold to Ed and N. B. Price, nlso of Garrard, d steers at 8c. 10 J. II. Thompson, of the Preachers-vill- e section, bought of Chris Wyler, n pair of mare mules for $325. Bob Burnside, of Garrard, sold to Jasper Herndon at Lancaster Monday a pair of mare mules for $350. J. D. Whitehouse, of Boyle, bought Monday of a Garrard county party, d mule for $145. a Pence Bros., of Marccllus bought a pair of six and seven-yea- r old mules from James Bean for $375. W. T. Tucker, south of Stanford, sold to J. D. Whitehouse, of Boyle, a d cattle at car load of four-year-old (i00-pounthree-year-ol850-poun-4 I Am fcWd Run Down, Gels New Energy, THANKS TANLAC FOR CHANGE "I upciI to swell uj like n frog after eating," said James Wnysnn, r at (trecmip, Ky!, "hut that was hefon started faking Tniilnr. That bloated feeling took all the li flout of me anil made nie tired and droopy. didn't seem to have, a hit of ambition. Hut it's dillerent with me now. sure feel liny. wharf-nuisteI 1 1 Mighty Proud of My Home And For Very Good Reasons! m, m, ImuB'jhm ii . j-;i -i- m tsfflfflfflfflffli mm xu ma f guaranteed or was eating c. practically nothing- - just a little soup G. A. Swinobroad. of Lancaster. and milk now and then--m- y stomach sold to Will Robinson, of Boyle, a wouldn't stand anything stronger. pair of mare mules for After eating no matter what or how $480. TJnlwirt Wliifn nf Mm Pi'onplinrs- little 1 belched and bloated. I was ville vicinity, sold to Rubles, of Gar nervous and di;:zy all the time. marc mule for "I dreaded for night to come. 1 rard, a I couldn't sleep. tossed about all $1!K). Center Bros., of Garrard county, night and woke up in the morning all bought of J. D. Fain, of the same tired out. could barely stand on place a marc mule for my feet during the day. I got dis- $180. couraged. I didn't know what to do. William Wilder has rented A. T. "A friend told me to try Tanlnr. Nunnelley's farm out on the Prcaeh-cravill- e pike and will take possession hesitated at first, because I had tried many things and taken manv tins right away. W. T. Doolin, of the Marccllus from friends. Hut. I got Tanlac or of Garrard county, sold to this friend's advice and I thank God sectionRogers, Wils of Paint lack a live-yeI did. It did the work. that old mule for $145. I am in fine health. T sleep "Today Joe Lee Murphy bought of John fine and am not nervous a bit. I have Rubles, of Boyle, a pair of mules a big appetite. So, you see, it's nc for $310 and of Gilpin, of Casey, he wonder that I urge others who suf- bought a mare mule for $150. H. F. Spears & Sons, of Paris, fered as I did to get Tanlac right oil-.If you are not feeling right get closed a deal for the purchase of the remainder of Clark county's hemp Tanlac today. Delay in health mat- crop, consisting of about 1,000,000 ters is dangerous. pounds, at $14.10. C. M. Dean sold at Lancaster court Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stan- day one pair of horse a ford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. mules to W. B. Moss for $325, pair of sevenyear-ol- d horses mules to Coleman, Proprietor. T. M. House for $325. T. W. Jones bought of Fred Von Tanlac can now be obtained in following ncaroy cities: Morelar.d, Ab- Gruenigan ten hogs that averaged 178 raham Minks; Hustonvillc. Adams bert pounds at 11 cents and of AlVonGruenigan a small bunch of McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-bur- of same weight at sam ) price. Bros.; Joe Mc Williams; Middleburg, J. T. Rgsby, a well known stock W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne denier of the Preachersville section. G. A. Swineboard, of LanBros.; Brodhcad, John Robins; Lan- sold to two yearling steers, averaging caster, caster, R. E. McRobcrts; Bee Lick, at 4u pounds was six cents a pound.issue J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. in error in last The I. J. in the sale of W. T. Tucker's bunch A. Horton. of cattle that he sold to J. D. White-hous- e of Danville. There were 25 Cuban regulars li .e taken Cama-gue- y head averaging 750 pounds and he and defeat the rebels at sev- received S.75 per hundred instead eral other point , : ccording to a of SC..50. Mason II. Pollard, of Garrard. 1ms statement given out :n Havana. sold his crop of tobacco at an aver age ot $2U.2l. He told an I. J. repreA snow slide which struck the North Star mine of the Federal Min- sentative that he raised a pond crnn ing & Smelting Company at Hallev, on the Wyntt K. Peareo farm, which Idaho, carried away a bunkhous'e, has some of the best tobacco land on killing fifteen and injuring fifteen it in the county. One of the best prices for corn others. Three other miners are paid in this section is leported from Madison county where T. E. Baldwin, Sr.. sold to the Zaring Milling Company 2,000 bushels of corn at the crib for a round $2,000. Delivery is to he immediate. in Center Bros., stock dealers of GarFor any information apply to rard county, sold a pair of mules to V. A. Lear, of LancasJ. 15. WILLIS ter, for $400: a mare mule to Woods Walker, of Paint Licit, for S!50; and n nair of mnri mules to Harvey McBenth, of Iledge-vill- e for $375. We iret VOU easll Oil Arnnnnta Mntu. Claims, by collecting quicklv anySwincbrond Biggest Cream Seller where in United States. Collection (5. B. Swinebroad, of Garrard, was I "ISefore took Tanlae I four-year-o- ld ld 1 four-year-o- ld 1 ARoostertMCrowed- - ADog Ma 'Barked- - crnddYowigsfertiatneverwcisStil!- '- ar " ld The big factory on the hill how well I remember it the brook, the mill, the tree with the robin's nest in it! There was a rooster thc(t crowed every morning, a dog that barked every night, and a youngster that never was still Me SOVEREIGN. g, blows gently over the tobacco fields, the long rows of waving plants of tobacco and how carefully they are tended, and I remember the soft south wind that raised, and cured, and stored all for the sake of me, SOVEREIGN ! You bet you I'm proud of my home here down South, of my old Virginia and Carolina stock! No cigarette in the world ever had such good blood and breeding, nor such a fine family, nor such a clean, white, wholesome home. That's me, SOVEREIGN, a Southern gentleman, and one of you-al- l and a part of you, because You Folks of the South KNOW good blood! You folks of the South KNOW good tobacco! I'm going to spend all my days right- down South here among my good friends like you and I am proud to say this, too - The Only Keeley Institute Kentucky ld Crab Orchard, Kentucky CASH for ACCOUNTS no four-vear-o- ld am guaranteed by -- Buy me. If you don't like me return me to your dealer and get your money back. I have said it. A Southern gentleman is known the world over for keeping his word, and I have given you mine; 1 MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Somerset, Ky. ar charges. : : : : 20-Ye- of cream. Besides this, his family used milk and butter unsparingly anil live calves and lo shouts got a liberal D. supply of milf.. By the way, the Stanford Creamery is the only one in this Lancaster, Ky. section of the State that is being operated, and we are irhid to know that - R. M. it is being operated successfully. The machinery is in the very pink of condition, the business is on the increasi Headauarters For Beit FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE and a nice dividend was paid the first er manager, is the man for the place Phone 168 and 46. Stanford, Ky. of the year. Fred Baumann, the elev- - he tills. He is vitally itnerested in the success of the unturnriso nnil crivoa nf his time and energy to the buiness. ne can ue touud on the job early and late, and believing that cleanliness is next to Godliness, he kceDS the in sums of $2,000 or more. No loan 'FARM LOANS Phone or Write the best patron of the Stanford Creamery in the month of January. That is," he sent more cream to it. lie milks ten fine Jerseys and during the month mentioned sold $134.17 worth Sovereign Cigarettes "Jbnf of tm&m, CU6" I fee charged. A. THOMAS FOR THE OENTLEMAN OP THE SOUTH NEWLAND 99 Reasons why it pays to buy ALUMINUM WARE! Fint reason, it lasts; second reason, it satisfies; third reason, it is modern and sanitary; the other Reasons you will' find out after using. Come in and see the ninny useful articles we hare for your kitchen. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Kentucky any body to drive; pot afraid of au- McCormack. harness, good one. Many other tomobiles or cars; safe for women to things too. numerous to mention. One extra good farm wagon drive. Terms made known on day of sale. "Mitchell." There is nothing like a Olio nvfrn tmml "Pnnvinn tinrcn iii Mitchell wagon. Remember the date Saturday, Mar. exceptionally good driver, and fast Two good sets wagon harness; al- 3, 1917, at one o'clock sharp, on ruon the road; (i years old, J.G hands so a lot of plow gear, hay forks, ral route, No. 2, Danville pike. My creamery scrupulosly dean at all high. (If not sold before.) times. mattocks, picks, trace chains, har- reason for selling is that I am getTwo extra good riding cultivator. ness, collars, etc., one extra good log ting too old to farm. jiuvo, in (;uuu luuuiliuil, Willi bia chain best in the county. JAMES H. EADS, R. D. No. 2 PUBLIC blades to each plow. One good rubber tire buggy anil Stanford, Ky. One good Disc cultivator, all right I will offer for sale on to hitch to; does fine work; has six discs and is serviceable. SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1917 One Disc harrow, good as new; 12 at one o'clock sharp, the following discs. described property: One sweep rake, good as new. One pair extra good heavy work One hay rake good one. mules, 7 years old, 1(1 hands Two good turning plows, Vulcans, SALE BAUGHMAN'S 1- -2 high. No. 12. Two good work horses, 9 and 12 One hay frame, good one. years old, respectively; gentle for One extra good mowing machine, "HEN FEED" Here i the Mixtures Cracked corn, wheat, buckwheat, sugar cane seed, oats and barley. All feedno waste in it. Try some now you will like it. $2.50 per 100 lbs. We are making Mr. Farmer! Implements Are Advancing! So don't delay placing your orders for future delivery. a mixed feed for chicken from cleaa wholesome grain and feed, proportioned to make an ideal food for the fowl. Mr. Farme- rWe have on hand now a number of Chattanooga Plows-t- he best on the market for your spring needs. Come in and look them over before you buy. W. H. Higgins GEORGE- - H. FARRIS J. H. BAUGHMAN STANFORD,-KE- n & COMPANY TUCKY