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Prominent Man Gone f Tuesdays and Fridays BAKER GIVEN A LIFE SENTENCE Eight Of Juror Who Tried Slayer Of Renzo King Voted For The Chair Doings In Court High School Notes The annual doings the for striking Lorenzo ' John Baker,the head with a corn D. King on knife, from the effects of which he died a few days later, was Riven n at verdict of life in the penitentiarycallnoon Wednesday. The case was ed Tuesday morning and the jury was completed just as our Tuesday s issue went to press, t the names or the jurors appearing in that paper. adjournThe evidence was all in by ami ment Tuesday afternoon Bnisby, that fo evening Attorney C. C. the defense, and Commonwealths of the Attorney A. A. Huddleston, employCa?cy district, who has been ed in the case, spoke for the prosecuto hear tion. Quite a crowd gatheredattention the speeches, and splendid was Riven them. The efforts of the as gentlemen were about as unlike Mi. two speeches could be. That of law Bagby, was an application of thebiig-listo the case, couched in beautiful He is an ornate speaker and a forceful one. That of Mr. Huddles-towas a RoinR over and over of the epithet applied to KinR by Baker; the coldness of the murder and the necessity of dealiiiR summarily with the slayer. Mr. Huddleston is a mountain lawfact his yer and a Rood one. Inattorney suchas cess as prosecuting who been phenomenal, but those somebeard and saw him here were what amused at his characteristic poses. A dozen or more times he dropped to his knees during the houl to allotted to him and pointing duty the as jurors, told them to do their men; that the case before them needindividued men, not als, etc. NotwithstandinR the fact that he had never been at Stanford more than once or twice, he knew each juror by name and called it without the least hesitation. the deMessrs. J. S. Owsley, for Attorney fense and Commonwealth's creditable E V Puryear both made speeches, 'the former's being very . higb.lv complimented. The verdict was not a surprise to prisoner himselt anybody and the seemed satisfied. He will make no appeal, but take his medicine. IJnkei or is not n strong man, physically be mentally, and it is doubtful lasts long in confinement. He Has grown very frial since his' incareera- 10Thetter part of July of last year on who had Baker, a broterms with Lorenzo D.King, named of Baker and a neighbor ther Kelley were together in the suburbs of Moreland, the home ofofeach of whisky hem. There was a bottle drink in the crowd and each took a practiof or so. Kng, who was fond by "gooscal jokes, amused himself ing" John Baker. The later grew t:red of it and left the crowd. Going to his home, some 200 yards away, he secured a corn knife and returning, struck King on the side of his head with it, cutting a gash some six inches long and an inch or more deep. He died several days later. Baker never gave any good reason for his act. save that King had hurt him and had gone too far with hm. He was immediately arrested and since has been in the jail here. v Probably the most damaging was that of his brother, William' Baker. That of the defendant was not helpful to his case. In jnet careless about his Baker seemed It is reported that eight of the twelve jurors were for inflicting the death penalty. On Wednesday afternoon L. D. Kennedy, a Prenehersville merchant, was sued by the King Bros. Shoe Co. Tor a bill of $42. Verdict for that amount was given. A .'ounter claim of $250 was put in by Kennedy, charging that lfis trade had neon damaged to that extent by thoworth-lessnes- s of the shoes. A verdict was given Kennedy for ?:"0. The trial of John Engleman, colored "nig Foot" for crushing the skull of Mitchell Dotson, will come up Tuesday. Dotson's mind has been in bad condition since he was assaulted in Macksville some three months ugo. Engleman has admittedthat he struck Dotson, but later deh. n chicken-hearte- d !n '"""" tcsti-mon- James Norns, a colored boy. this mori'ing confessed to have stolen a suit of clothes from L. L. Sanders, of Crab Orchard, and was given from two to five vears in the reform school at Greendale. Lafe 12Edrington,at also the months colored, was given same plate for circulating obscene pictures. Sloan's Liniment Eases Pain Sloan's Liniment is first thought of mothers for bumps, bruises and sprains that are continually happening to children. It quickly penetrates and soothes without rubbing. Cleaner and more effective than mussy plasters or ointments. For rheumatic aches, neuralgia pain and that gnppy soreness after colds, Slonn's Liniment gives prompt relief. Have a bottle handy for bruises, strains, sprains and all external pain. For the thousands whose work calls them outdoors, the pains and aches following exposure are relieved by Sloan's Liniment. At all Drugists, 25c. JARRET MOCIC DEAD Lincoln county friends heard with regret of tho death in Chicago of Jurret Mock. For years Mr. Mock lived in Danville and was well known m Lincoln county. He had a number of very close friends, here. Harry N. Jones bought of John M. Cress several butter steers at nietl it. "Uncle John" Anderson Passes Away Interscholastic Tourat Home Noar Preachersville. Happenings Of State And Nation nament for liiRh schools of the state, will be held during the week of May Told In Brief For Busy long and After life, 5th, at the University of Kentucky. Mr. John aAnderson, one of the East Readers Last year about 1C high schools took End's best known citizens, breathed jiart and n much larger enrollment his last at 5 o'clock Wedncsdny rttwon T?nef n nrnminnnt. nifiznli n( Stanis anticipated for this year. the Buckovc section of Garrard, is daughat the home ford took a very prominent part in morning F. F. Cummins of his Preach- dead ngod 03. ter, Mrs. near track events last year, ranking well ersville, aged 78. His wife, who was S. J. aisle, taminariy Known as up in the list of the contestants and Miss preceded "Tnrlr" Hislo. is dead in Madison at Jennie Ncwlnnd, having the individual champion of him to the grave quite hadnumber of an advanced ago. a the meet. Sam Embry, who receiv- years, but the daughter mentioned Legislature nas The Ukiahoma ed a handsome gold plaque for the and son, James D. Anderson, now re- nnssnd a "bone drv" linuor bill and nbovc honor, also won three other siding in Louisville, arc law. loft to mourn an gold medals. This year the local lianew ucaincrage, Mrs. Talithn the loss of nn indulgent and devoted high school has bright prospects for lady of a father. Mr. Anderson had been a the track meet and also may be rep- devout member of the Stanford aged 7ftand Madison county, is ticau. resented in the musical and declamTJnlinrf ilnnim ncroil .IK nnd white. atory contests. The school is in re- Christian church, since he was 19 died in the Richmond jail. He had years old and wns a regular attendceipt of an invitntion to compete in ant at its services until the weight been put in tor (iruitKcnness. the Interscholastic track meet to be upon him. He It has boon definitely decided that held at Centre College, in Danville, of years began to tell man, Wilson will take his new was a on April 27th. S. II. S. made a good a splendid neighbor nnd as ture a President oath of oflicc in private in the White showing last season and should get Sunday. had. He told as ever its share of the honors this year. friendpardonnblemortal a fact that Housebill granting a pension of $100 pride A loving cup is the with A very handsome he never either a month to the widow of the late booty, which the winners of the re- few men can of that whisky nor swore an Maj. Gen. Frederick Funston was took q drink lay race will be allowed to carry off by tho Senate. to the memory of and this alone should arouse much oath. n All honor funeral was preach- passed Senate passed the Flood Conmnn. The The such interest. Baptist church at Preach- trol Bill, appropriating $50,000,000 The Senior Class will entertain the ed at the M. Robinson, of for flood control on the Mississippi high school tonight in the school au- ersville bv Rev. J. church, at 11 and Sacramento rivers. ditorium. It has been planned for the Methodist which the morning, William S. Barnes, for years a diseach class to take its turn at en- remains were lnid toafter in the old tiller and turfman of Fayette county, rest tertaining with a social, which will Newland burying ground on the is dead at Daytona, Fla where he afford some pleasing entertainments farm of D. M. Anderson. Peace to wns spending the winter. for the students. The Board has the ashes of the clever man and exWhile smoking a pipe in bed at her very willingly contributed toward cellent citizen. home at Lowell, Mass., Mrs. Jessie this form of enjoyment and the memClapperton accidentally set fire to bers of the school feel very grateful MRS. WALKER ENTERTAINED her clothing nnd later died of burns. for their generosity. Mrs. J. William Baughman enter- She was 80 years old. Baseball officers have been chosen A petition for the appointment of and as soon as possible the players tained the Sewing Club on Tuesday a lunacv commission to determine will don their suits and practice for afternoon in honor of Mrs. D. M. Walker, before she left for her new the sanity of Harry K. Thaw was the coming season. home at Shelbyville. Delicious grape filed in Philadelphia by counsel on Honor Roll. juice frappc and nabiscos were serv- behalf of Thaw's mother. First Grade Marie Baumann. Lau- ed by Mrs. A. B. Florence upon the President Barney Dreyfuss, of the ra James Craig. Bessie Clay Farris, of the guests. After some Pittsburg Pirates said that he had Martha Ann Fish, Herbert Cover, time spent in pleasant conversation. about given up hopes of .getting Cal Lynn Nevius, Freida "Robinson, a "Shirt Waist Romance" was passed Hans Wagner's name to a contract Lillian Vongruenigan. around for solution. The picture of a for 1917 and has reluctantly come to Second Grade Sam Bell, Winfrey modern shirt waist was sketched upon the conclusion that the Dutchman Duncan, Sadie Farmer, Frank Gog-gi- a card, and the blank spaces to be isn't going to play ball again. Nettie Gover, Marie Kennedy. filled in bv tho name of some part of Anderson Lewis, who was known Euln Jones, Ruth Masters, Richard a shirt waist. It proved very interest in his community as the '"king of Southard, Adam Walker. ing and amusing. The answers were bootleggers," died at his home near Third Grade Clara Arnold, Char- read upon completion, and Mesdames Burgin from an injury received sevlie Blankenship, Ophelia Bailey, Be- Will Severance, P. M. McRoberts and eral days ago while breaking hemp. James Holman, J. B. Paxton had answered more He had" paid thousands of dollars in atrice Camenisch, Charles Masters, nearly correctly. The refreshments fines to the county for bootlegging, Lewis Mershon, Margaret Traylor, Dolly Walls. were peppermint ice cream, fancy always giving checks, the last one Sabra Walker, cakes, candies and mints. Those in- several months ago for SOOT). Fourth Grade Mary Louis Woods, Hatler Smith, vited were: Mesdames M. S. BaughThe contract for building a new Eunice Popples, Foster R. Phillips, man, A. B. Florence, II. C. Baugh- wing to the Old Masons' Home at Welsh Pepples. EfTic McClary. James man, J.' S. Bauehman. J. H Baugh- Shelbyville has boon let to Gruber ll McCormack, Katherine Murphy, man, of Boyle; W. G. Withers, W. S. & Doss of that city. The work will Carson, Irene Livingston, Fred Embry, William Severance. Alice start as, soon as the weather permits. Baumann. Pickett. W M. Bright, R. M. Blacker The- ailitionwill contain seventeen the- capacity, Fifth Grade Vada ,W.llin, James M. Walked P. M. MellebSrjrfc Pnxton. 'Matilda "BelV, vliga CarJien-isc- J. B. Taxton and T. A. Rice. of the home from sixty to ninetv. The Phillip Nevius, Dorothy 'fribimprovements contemplated will cost ble, Mary L. Stone, Sadie K. HONOR ROLL between $12,000 and $14,000. McKINNEY SCHOOL Rhoda Plummet'. Mack Grade Sixth Grade Guy Wallin. Mary Singelton, 4 .lames Owens, DELIGHTFULLY ENTERTAINED. James Walker. Mary Dishon. Powell, Mabel Masters, Mrs. E. C. Walton was hostess to Hattie Briley. Woodie Grade Seventh Grade Lelia Cook Raney Goode. Vasca Elliott, Iva Duncan. the Current Events Club on Feb. 22. of her Adelaide Proctor, Margaret Pettus, Grade 8 Eva Gover, Alta Gover, but on account of thetoillness Catlettsburg Mary Francos Matheny, Frances Etolle True, Frank Glider, George sister, she was calledthe meeting and Fish, Isabolle Warren, Allene Gooch. a few days before Walker. generously Mattie Belle Kincaid, Marjorie This month finishes the session of Mrs. Shelton M. Sauflev The the free school for this year. The offered her home as a substitute. the Eighth Grade Henry Bnughman, part of school has been a great succors this club held the literary James Baughman, Bertha Blankenprogram at Mrs. Saufley's. where a to ship, Leathor Bowlii.g, Sara Bright, vear and we are thankful in the pa- most enjoyable and interesting lesmaking Joanna Ballou, Emily Camenisch. trons for their assistance our eighth son was recited. American history Lucille Carter, Marie Powell, Ola it so. We hadthofour in for was the study for this month and Rankin, Alberta Sloan, Louisa Wa- grade to take and examination say each member present had a well are glad to county diplomns ters, Lucille Waters. enter High School prepared lesson. After completing Freshmen Mary Frances Corm-ne- all passed and will Hopkins, principal, the proirram, the members repaired next vear. R. II. Nellie Davis, Mary Pettus, to the "Princess." where Mrs. WalMontgomery, assistant. Martin, Vie Gose Smith. James Mrs. S. A.to ter had prepared a delicious luncheon the patrons of tho Notice Patterson Tanner, William Welburn, Walton. The table was bright school I will begin a spring for Mary Hill Garman. two months beginning Feb. and festive with red carnations and Sophomores Hester Anderson, term of ferns. The place cards were in the Mary Brackett, Carrie Davis, Mary 2(1. Terms R1.50 for the fourth grade form of miniature hatchets of red grade SI. 25. no, all under the fourth Bell Lyons. giving a patriotic appearMary Anderson, Mary Your natronage is earnestly solicited ance, and the salad course and lemon Junior R. II. Hopkins, teacher. Bailey, Mary Beck, Elizabeth Carice were much en joyed. Those who ter. Annie V. Craig. Francis Embry, partook of Mrs. Walton's hospitality WAS KNOWN HERE Allie Russell Fish. Rachel Hill, NanWilliam J. Rev. Robert A. Haden, the Presby- were: Mesdames G. C. Days. W. IL cy K. McKinney, Annie Rogers PowWithers. terian missionnrv to China, who lost Severance, W. B. Foster. J. S.Rice. ell, Clarence Singleton, Gene Wood, the French liner Raughnian, J. his life when Sauflley and Annette Wearen. T. Bruce, "Athos" was destroyed by a subma- R. B. Paxton. Shelton M. Seniors Henley Cash, Joe T. Contributed. in the Mediterranean on Febru J. Matsy Grimes, Nellie Wilson rine ary 17th. was well known in this Bill, Serena Young. VERY OLD LETTER protract An account of the enrollment and community, having made a Our old friend, Tinslev Snoona-morHigh School has ed visit here to Rev. lien ueim, a attendance of the has a letter written by Samuel de been drawn up. More accurate ac- former nastor. just prior to histime, Ashlock to his father. Samuel parture to China for the first counts are being kept each year now on Aug. 2. 1830. Mr. Ashlock here. He was and it is able to be known the aver- and he has since visitedand well liked was a citizen of Columbia, Mo., and sn excellent gentlman age number of hours spent by the wrote to his old friend here. The pupils in preparing their work and bv all who knew him. is exceptinally good. It Mr. Haden was on his way to penmanship many other things which were behefore the day of envelopes Switzerland where his family are on was the letter was made into the fore, impossible to know. The total and enrollment for the high school for a furlough. shape of an envelope and held September was 95, the average atwith gummed paper. It took SISTER'S STORE ROBBED tendance, 89.5 and the percentage of cents to bring it through the is visiting 25 Mrs. E. C. Walton, who attendance based on the enrollment mails. Catletts-burwas 95:87.5 and 92, respectively; for her sister. Mrs. A. Mints, at writes that her store was robDeNovember 92:81.9 and 92: tor SOLD HIS CORN CROP nights ago. cember 89:82.2 and 92; for Janu- bed a fewknives were Dozens of raz Mr. L. R. Hughes, of the real ors and stolen and an ary 87:81.(1 and 93. firm of Hughes & McCarty, effort was made to break open the last night from his farm near safe. The door was badly battered North Vernon. Ind., where he snout JONES MASON hut the eflort was unsuccesstul. several days looking over it. While Luther Mason, of Middletown, O., there he sold his large crop of corn LOST VALUABLE MULE Mr. and Mrs. II. Mason of son of A valuable mule belonging to the nt $1 per bushel. Mr. Hughes is a Miss Grace Jones, Green River, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Indian Refinery Co., died here the successful farmer, better theoretical- is Jones, of near McKinney, were made other night. The mule was driven to ly than practically, hishowever. He Iloosier holdone in the presence of a few friends wagon with oil nnd gasoline nnd with doing nicely with his friends here and elsewhere at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. its mate wns nut ui for the night in ings, be gliukto knov. Hubbard. After the reading of tho Carter & Carter's stable. Its doath will poem "Do you know that you aro occurred during the night. TEN CENTS FOR CATTLE asking for the costliest thing ever Road Engineer J. L. McKee Riffe $6.40 CORN made by the hand above," by Mrs. Tho price of corn broke all pre- sold this week to George Tucker, of Hubbard, the ceremony was quietly d said by the said gentleman. The brid- vious records in Clark county when the West End, 19 prime cattle at the record price of al pair stood before an altar of beau- the sale of J. W. Scott a lot sold at They were tiful flowers and tho brido carried $0.40 a barrel. The record previous 10 cents per pound.bring an exquisite bunch of white cnlla to this sale was also made in ClatK, choice ones und will When top prices Mr. Riffe on tho city market. lillies. Their many friends extend to when a big lot sold at $0.25. bought them he jestingly remarked them their heartiest congratulations. to a friend that he would sell them Constipation Causes Bad Skin A dull and pimply skin is due to a for a dime, und sure enough ho did sluggish bowel movement. Correct Neglected Colds Grow Worse STOP THAT COUGH A cough that racks and irritates this condition and' clear your comA hacking cough weakens the tho throat may load to a serious plexion with Dr. King's New Life system, energy and chronic cough, if neglected. Tho heal- Pills. This mild laxative taken at bed wholeworao if drains your your throat gets neglected; ing pino balsams in Dr. Bell's Pino timo will assure you a full, free, movcmer.t in the morning. is raw. your chert aches and you feel own remedy Honey Nature's will soothe nnd relievo the irritation, Drive out tho dull, listless fcoling re- sore all aver. Relive that cold at onco sulting from ovorloi-.deintestines with Dr. X'ng's Now Discovery. The breathing will be easier, and the properties will kill the germ and sluggish liver. Got a bottle to- soothing pino balsams heal tho irrntcd membranes, and tho antiseptic nnd healing. Have it day. At all Druggists, 26c. which retarded laxative qualities kill the germs and handy for croup, sore throat and O. hi Dumron, of the West End of break up your cold. Don't let a cold chronic bioncl.ini affections. Get a bottle today. Pleasant to mike. At all the county, sold to J. II, Yowell a linger. Get Dr. King's New Discovery Druggists, 25c. tow and pigs for $27.50. today at your druggist, Ste. well-spewell-know God-loving, God-fearin- Country over day, g y o'clock-Thursda- Feb. 28 and elected officers for the coming yenr. An amendment to the constitution was read and adopted, providing that officers servo two years instead of one as heretofore. It was decided that the president, and secretary be elected in the odd years nnd other officers in the even years. The following officers were elected: President, Mrs. E. C. Walton; .Airs. J. S. Rice; Corresponding Secretary, Mrs J. B. Paxton und Press Correspondent, Miss Katie Lynn Wood. These officers are Installed in September. The librarian, Miss Mattie I'nxton and the assistant librarian, Miss Bettie Paxton were Mrs W. H. Shanks was elected for the remainder of this year to. fill the vacancy of Mrs. Craig, who recently resigned on account of ill health. Club will give an The Woman's informal reception in their club Friday evening, March 9th, rooms from 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock. All members and friends of the club are cordially invited to come and spend a social evening. At this time the library committee will be glad to any good book you may wish to contribute to the library. By helping tho library you are helping th. community by placing good books in the hands of everybody. vice-preside- nt Vice-PresideVice-Preside- nt Woman's Club Notes H. J. McROBERTS IS NEW POSTMASTER The Womnn's Club met WednesPopular Local Merchant And Business Man Is Named To Handle Mail For Stanford The appointment as postmaster of Stanford of Mr. II. J. McRoberts, gives as universal satisfaction as any appointment could. Mr. McRoberts is one of Stanford's very best citizens, is known by nlmost every man, woman and child in the county and is liked by them all. For nearly 40 years he has been selling goods here, having begun "way back" in the early eighties as clerk for the firm of Latest War News Aroused by the disclosure of Germany's plot to unite Japan and Mexico with her in a war upon the United States and then convinced by official evidence of its authenticity. Congress abandoned the delays and obstructions which have checked President Wilson's efforts to be clothed with express authority to deal with the submarine menace. Thirteen members of the House of Representatives voted against the Flood Bill authorizing the President to arm American merchant ships engaged in peaceful pursuits on the high seas, and providing a bond issue of $100,000,000 to carry this purpose into effect. I hey stood IS against 4011. Tlte bill, however, does not contain the grant of authority to use which instrumentalities" "other the President specifically desires and would prevent Government war insurance for munitions ships, a pro hibition which the President does not want. An El Paso, Texas dispatch says: One of the leaders of the Villa junta here tonight Paid he had dispatched a courier to Villa rb propose an alliance between the Mexican rebels and the United States Government in the event of Carranza joining Germany as an active ally. This agent declared he had just received a letter from Villa expressing the greatest friendliness for Ameicans because of the considerate treatment shojvii his brother, Ilipolito, and other members of his family in Texas. hhhk9Be irrflHrr'''fl n, An-ne- - K-..- - h, Kin-cai- d. ( Bal-lo- u. News Of Churches Methodist church services according to schedule morning and evening. Rev. W. D. Welburn will preach at Ncnl's Creek Sunday afternoon at Of the 973 Christian churches in Kentucky 700 gave nothing to foreign missions last year. Sunday School at the- - Christian church Sunday morning at 10 o'- v, Ta-bit- 2:30. Mc-Kini- t'- M'-s- . card-boar- by communion serclock following vice. C. E. meeting at 0:30. There will be preaching at the Em-br- v. e, Snoon-amor- Baptist church Sunday morning and evening at the usual hours. Dr Early will have an interesting message at both services and it is hoped that a large hearing will be given him. Presbyterian church, Sunday Mch. 4: Sunday school, 9:55; Morning C. E. Topic 11 o'clock. Service, Evening "Service" James 1:12-2Subject for the Service, 7 o'clock. morning sermon, "Prayer a Strugg7; which he could sell more goods. Polite, courteous and full of energy, buyers sought him to wait on them anil soon he had grown from the green country youth to the most popular salesman in the big house. He continued to clerk until he made money enough to buy an interest in a store and since has been one of Stanford's best and most progressive merchants. For years he owned and conducted the store where he and J. Carroll Bailey now do business. Bad health has made him abstain from work to some extent however, and he is now in an Atlanta sanitarium trying to recuperate. The Interior Journal has not been informed as to when he will take charge of the office, nor who will compose his force. His charming daughter, Miss Anne D. McRoberts, is now postmistress and is making a mighty good one. It is hoped that she and tho splendid force now installed will be retained. That Mr. McHoberts will make an excellent official, none who know him will doubt. An excellent business man, as clever and acconi-datin- g a gentleman as ever lived as straight as a string, lie is one of those people who grows on you and you like him better the more you are thrown with him. There is general regret that Mrs. Helm Miss Mary Bruce will not be seen in the postoflice any more. For nearly throe years she has filled the responsible position of with entire satisfaction to the hundred of patrons of the office. post-master Bruce, Warren & Co. Coming from the Rush Branch section of the county, "Harvey" was a green country boy. It was his desire to become a Stanford merchant, but it took money to buy a store, so he applied for and received a position as salesman. He made good from the start. He was at the store early in the morning and late at night. While other clerks were hanging' about the front door talking and smoking. Mr. was improving his time McRoberts and making money for his employers. He was making the store more attractive and studying methods by le-" er g, es-sta- te taxing the seating capacity of the Christian church there and 24 con. versions are reported for the first wonki It is the greatest revival the countv seat has had in years. Measles is prevalent in the community, but in sipte of all hindrances the meetings have grown in power from the beginning. It is expected that a new church building will be one of the good results of Dr. Barnes visit to Morehead. TUESDAY CLUB ENTERTAINED On last Tuesday afternoon Mrs. J. Carroll Bailey entertained the Tuesday Club. The afternoon was a very enjoyable one. The historicnl contest was n pbasant feature as well as the musical program which was rendered by Misses Mary Bailey and Pattye Perkins. Mrs. C. Hays Foster and Mrs. J. B. Perkins. A delicious salad and meat course was served. The guests were: Mrs. John B. Foster, Mrs. W. II. Shanks, Mrs. J. S. Rice, Mrs. C. Hays Foster, Mrs, S. M. Saufley, Mrs. W. B. Hill. Mrs. J. L. McKee Riffe, Mrs. E. J. Brown, Mrs Russell Brown, Mrs. J. B. Perkins, Mrs. R. T. Bruce. Mrs. A. II. Severance nnd. Miss Pattio Alcorn. Rev. E. B. Barnes of Richmond, is having a great meeting at Morehead. Crowds are attending every service, . Painstaking, patient, accommodating and at all times willing to do more than her duty, and surrounded by competent and clever assistants, it lias been a pleasure to get mail at Stanford office and a satisfaction to know that mail let there was well up a cared for. Stanford has giv-'postmaster, anil there are splendid regrets that she is gone, but nobody is uneasy lest his mail be carelessly handled when H. J. McRoberts is to ii be P. M. of this good town. BOUGHT ROCKCASTLE LAND H. C. Woolf. of Winchester, manager for the Ilarmount Tie & Lumber Co., purchased from the heirs of the lute T. S. Frith, at Brodhead. 2.000 acres of timber. This timber is in Rockcastle county, near Brodhead. This is the largest tract of timber in that section of the country nnd is estimated to cut (if), 000 cross ties, besides three million feet of lumber. Mr. Woolf has already emgood tie maker to ployed twenty-fiv- e hew the ties and will put two mills on the tract to saw the timber as soon as they can be arranged for. SOLD FINE FARM sold their farm of 220 acres known as the B. B. King place, at Moreland to II. J. Berry, of Bourbon county nt about 5100 an acre. H. J. Berry is a brother of R. L. Berry of C. M. Back anfl sons, of Huston-ville, 1,400-poun- Hustonville. non-rripi- nnti-sept- d ic TO THE DEOMCRATS OF LINCOLN COUNTY STOCK MARKET. CINCINNATI I am n candidnto for tn Cattle Receipts 985: market dull the office of County Attoniov. My shippers $8.5010.C0; heifers, extra record as nn official is bofore you. If in I have merited $8.759; canners $4.50(0)5.40 vito your supportyour npprovH a I perHogs Reand I make cows, extra $8o8.50. ceipts 3,909, 10c lower: selected hea- sonal appeal to every democrat of vy $1.1.05. Sheep Receipts 34 the county to lend mo his support, market steady; extra $9.75 (a) 10. indorsement and influence. W. S. BURCH. Lambs Market steady, extra $14.50. 17-2t James Lay, out on Rural Route E. P. Woods sold three Shorthorn hull calves to Boyle county partes No. 5, sold 9,200 pounds of tobacco at Danville last week at 17 ut $100. c. Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Crab Orchard A house pnrty given at the homo of Mr. and Mis. Robert L. Collier this week in honor of Mr. Claude Thompson, of Iowa, has been the most interesting event of this city for some time. Mr. Thompson had known for some time that ho wns exepected to visit here but was most agreeably surprised to find a bevy of the most talented and beautiful of all the fair girls of this citv were waiting to extend a royal welcome to him in this house pnrty. The mem. bers of the house party are: Misses Ilyrd Perkins, Clara Collier, Mclsadia Chadwiek, and Mary Burdctte, of Stanford; Mary Campbell ,of Dan ville; Messrs. Claude Thomppon, of Iowa; Edward Edmiston, of Crab Orchard; and .1. M. Howard of Ghent. Everything for tl.e enjoyment of this house party has been carefully planned and carried out. Friends have gathered each evening and music, and games and luncheons helped make the time pass joyously. Auto rides to all the neighboring towns and recepctions have been some of the pleasant features. The reception given at the Crab Orchard Springs on Wednesday evening in honor of the house party was largely attended and was the most enjoyable occasion of all. There were something close to one hundred present. here wi's quite a crowd "re ";"i &tnntori. 1 Friday, March 2, 1917. Hustonville Sa- HASN'T FELT SO F GOOD IN 5 YEARS Strength Starts to Return as Soon as Tanlac Comes, Miss Ethel McWhortcr, of Mt. lem, was in town last Saturday. C. C. NOW HE "JUST FEELS FINE" "After five years of weakness and poor health I have at last got my strength bark with the help of Tanlac," said A. I). Clino, a Pikevillo, Ky. machinist. "I have gained nine pounds alioady and I have been taking Tanlac only a few weeks." Mr. Cline believes in the old saying: "Every person who can lighten the burdens of another is useful to the world." That's why he gives this deeply sympathize with the wife and sisters who are left to mourn the loss of a good husband nnd kind brother. The Christian church here feel deeply the loss of Mr. Ben Holtzclaw y of Preachersville. He attended here, was much beloved and we are deeply giieved over his loss and the members here extend their heart felt sympathy to his bereaved wife, ed that I decided to try it. In a few.Huit Dr. Strader. of Ilarrodsburg, was who is also very sick. days my appetite came back. I found Miss Jean Buchrnnn, of LouisJ could eat without feeling bad after- hero this week. ville, is with the homefolks here for Miss wards. In a few weeks I felt like a anived Mae Campbell, to of Danville, a visit. Wednesday attend the different man. After eight weeks I house party at Mrs. Collier's. Misses e Mrs. Caltha Newlaml and Mrs. have gained nine pounds and never Sallie Burdctte and Lucile Stone, of Newland visited Mrs. Meddie felt better in my life. Stanford were alo here for the week Hughes last week at McKinney. "I think Tanlac is a great medi- end. Rev. Pervis will preach at the s Mrs. M. E. Fish and Mrs. Will I hope any person who is cine. morning Christian church the Ladies' Aid of and evening. He is Sundaya fine work entertained troubled as I was will give it a trial." doing Monday. About chuich If you don't feel right cct Tanlac the Christian were present. A big lot for the Sunday School and much betwenty-eigh- t Delay in health matters is today. loved by all our people here. of beautiful work in progress. Delici- one invited to attend services. EveryCoundangerous. ous refreshments weie served ar.d all try people are especially urged to enjoyed the afternoon immensely. A reception was given in honor of come in every Sunday Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stan- Mrs. Skiles at the home of Mrs. MauMARRIAGES ford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. rice Perkins Thursday by the "MarGeoige F. Perkins and Miss Sidney tha Circle" and Mrs. Robert Thomps-son'- s Coleman, Proprietor. Iloskins, both of End, were and Tan'ac can now be obtained in fol- most Sunday School class which was a joined he.ut and the East Rev. Owhand by Mis. enjoyable occasion lowing nearDy cities: Morelar.d, ens on the 28th. Skiles greatly appreciated. Luther P. Mason and Miss Grade Minks; Hustonville. Adams Mrs. Margaret Gover and Shirley came over from Lexington Saturday L. Jones were married at the home Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; by that gentlevery few of Joe McWilfiams; Middloburg, returning Sunday so or knew they of Rev. Ed. Hubbrrd man on Wednesday. their friends saw them W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lync were hero and we want them to know L. V. Carl and Miss Katie Coursan of Somerset, stole a march o thnir Bros.; Brodhead, John Robins; Lan- we are not feeling good over it. Mrs. Daisy Hunt and children and friends, and weie married at caster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, is a daughter Tenn. The Mr. J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. day Brooks wcntto Marelburg Sun- of D. D. Coursan, bride of Somerset and the to the burial of Mr. Paschal A. Horton. Hunt. The friends of the family hero groom is a son ot w. u. cart. T any ambition. I dragged through the m. on(. ehe w,,0 cvor livcd her0( day with a tired, worn out feeling, thinks Crab Orchard the Garden "I couldn't sleep soundly got up Spot of America. After a visit to his in the mornings feeling tired, had father, he will return to Iowa carry- ng with him the knowledge that he headaches, my eyes burned and couldn't eat a'mouthful of breakfast. has a host of friends here whose good . I took the strongest headache wisijes ioiia w mm. r. Ljrt,n powders I could get but all they did i.' was ilepicwj inc. My nerves were lookinK rL.m.irkablv well, simply ruined and my stomach got jjjss Huby Hilton, of Stanford, ' so the lightest diet hurt me. accompanied her father here this "Tanlac was so highly recommend- - week to visit her sister, Mrs. Frostier .statement. Continuing, he said: "I suffered with a bad stomach which finally ran into bowel complaints This made me very nervous and 1 felt myself grow- -' ing weaker ever .lay. I didn't have ,.. I M.r- - .I11?"!.?30!!. IBti?kn!?.fll,,S:,Ih?.B cattle. Frank Bell, of Casey county, passed through here Sunday morning on his wny to Lexington. lie was accompanied by his daughter, who will attend school there. Mrs. Joe Will Rout spent last week at Nicholasville with her sister, Mrs. J. II. Brooks. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mitchell, of Danville, Mr. nnd Mrs. Norris, of Lexington, were the guests last Sunday of Prof. Apply Sloan's Liniment without S. S. Robinson and wife. Bowman Myers was at homo from rubbing to the sore leaders and the school at Lexington over Saturday patn will soon be relieved. and Sunday. For rheumatic aches, neuralgia, Robert Blain, of Williamsburg, hns gout, lumbago, bruises, strains, been the guest, of his uncle, J. A. sprains and muscle stiffness, have Blain. Gibson and Lee Russell, of Peoria, a bottle handy. 111., arrived last Friday to attend the Quickly penctrntea and soothes, cleaner burial of than mutsy plasters or ointments, docs not who died their father, J. W. Russell, of tvnhoid fever after a itain the 6Kin. short illness of thirteen davs. De At all druggists, 25c. 50c, and $1.00. ceased was 50 years old. He leaves a fnmily of eicht children nnd wife. The interment occurred in the Hus tonville cemetery. Miss Alvie Ellis, of Indianapolis, was heie several days last week to sec his mother, who has been quite two of the best beef cattle raisers of this section, arc in St. Louis, Mo., to investigate n new feed to fatten Carpenter and J. B. Honnkcr, For Stiff Neck ggfeg?SS It is not necessary to read the Saturday Evening Post to know about this ill. McDOUGALL KITCHEN CABINET See it in our windows JSnWo regu-lail- Sal-li- Pet-tu- railroad yards, south of Somerset last week. Wm. Cowan, of Montana, who has been here for several days on a visit to relatives left Tuesday morning for his home. He spent Monday and Monday night with his cousin, W. G. Cowan and sisters. Miss Lou Hocker has been confined to her room for several days but is better. Carlisle Alcorn has returned to his place of business at Springfield, Mo., after a visit to hir little son. Mrs. Will RifTc and mother are able to be out after a siege of grippe. Mrs. Paul Jesse is quite feeble at her home onthe Stanford pike. Jesse Rout moved into the house recently vacated by Dr. Weddle Tuesday. Capt. E. M. Shelly of Jamestown, Tenn., was the guest of Rev. A. H. Bautrh Sunday. He was enntnin in Mrs. Knuffman, been stnying with of , Ed Weddle of A. J. Weddle, Danville, n cousin was killed in the of the Fork, has Mrs. James Ellis. PENCE & HILL Main and Depot Sts. Stanford, Kentucky $20.35 Washington and Return March 1, 2, 3, 4, Return March 10 ACCOUNT INAUGURATION Stop-Over- s c&o are i PRESIDENT WILSON Permitted Liberal Ab-laha- m Ellis-bur- g, Win-fiel- d, FORD 320,817 Have been built and actually delivered to retail buyers since August 1, 191G. These figures 320,817 represent the actual number of cars manufactured by us since August 1st, 1916, and delivered by our agents to retail buyers. This unusual fall and winter demand for Ford cars makes it necessary for us to confino the distribution of cars only to those agents who have orders for immediate delivery to retail customers, rather than to permit any agent to stock cars in anticipation of later spring sales. We arc issuing this notice to intending buyers that they may protect themselves against delay or disappointment in securing Ford cars. If, therefore, you arc planning to purchase a Ford car, we advise you to place your order and take delivery now. BABY ASTOR'S MONEY WILL REST UP When accounting was filed not long Editor Shelton M. Saufley, of Stanford, who this week sold his In- ago for the first three and terior Journal for a handsome sum, years of Baby Astor's living cxepensc to J. H. Wright and E. C. Walton, in the big world, editorial comment was hero yesterday for a short time. in great volume and mainly sarcas He told a Messenger reporter that he tic jouowed the publications of the would spend severa: weeks resting uems. iuuen space was devoted tn up netore deciding upon Ins future discussion of the bitr chartres incurred plans, and would go West for some for ths baby; and the general tone time. He will return to Kentucky 'and was critical. buy another paper, as he is devoted The expenditures undoubtnillv wm-to this line of work. Mr. Saufley has large, $80,034 for the three and devoted hs entire life to newspaper years, in fact. And so, the widow Harvey Helm And Miss Bruce Wed work, and, like all others who study now again and the it, never quit it. Danville Messen- youngster married are called extravagant by Hon. Harvey Helm, of Stanford, ger. the "provincial" press. But if the Congiessman from the Eighth Kenmother had not spent greatly for her tucky district, and Miss Mary young son; and this failure had been TAKE NOTICE K. of P.'s Bruce, postmistress at Stanford, were married in the parlors of It is greatly desired that there given wide publicity, she would have the Phoenix hotel at 11 o'clock Fri- shall be a large attendance of the been called niggardly. day morning by Rev. Benjamin Jay Knights of Pythias at tho district If it is well that wealth should cirBush, pastor of the Second Presby- convention at Wilmore on Wednes- culate, Mrs. Dick not only has pleasterian church. day, March 14th, and the lodge here ed herself in keeping the little lad in Accompanied by Mrs. H. J. Mc- is particularly anxious that it be well great luxury, but has done a conRoberts and Miss Anne Davis Mc- represented on the occasion. Make siderable public service in spendinpr Roberts, Mrs. Helm came to .this city your arrangements to attend. money handsomely. At all events it Friday morning from Stanford, Conwas her money; and if all these critgressman Helm having come from George McQuerry & Son sold 235 ics can think of something else for Washington. bushels of hemp seed to Davis Gay, her to do with her own perhaps she The wedding was very quiet, being of Winchester, for $10 per bushel. would be glad to consider their sugwitnessed by Mrs. H. J. McRoberts, Mr. McQuerry said he could have re- gestions. Louisville Times. Miss Anne Davis McRoberts and Col. tailed it out in small lots for $12 W. P. Walton. The bride and groom-lef- perhaps by waiting, and then maybe A portrait of William Jennings on the 11:45 train on the Chesanot. Hemp seed has sold as high, in Bryan arrived at the State Departpeake & O Ohio railroad for Wash- small lots, as $12 here, and in Wood- ment to be hung in the diplomatic reington. ception room with the portraits of ford county. Jessamine Ncwj. Mr. Helm is one of the best known other former Secretaries of State. It men in the State. He is a member of Lightning struck the Baptist is length and represeveral important committees in the church at Stcwartswille, Grant coun- sents Mr. Bryan as holding a manuHouse and hurried back to Washing- ty, causing a loss of $3,500. The script in his hand headed "Depart ton to be on hand when he is needed, building was wrecked. ment of State, peace plan." lie and his bride will witness the inaugural ceremonies of President Wilson and Marshall Monday. It is not known when the couple will return to Kentucky. The bride is a most charming Overwork, lack of fresh air, mental strain or any sickness young woman whose friends arc numerous throughout the State. disturbs their functions. Stubborn coughs tear and wear A romance is connected with tho the sensitive lung tissues. wedding. Miss Bruce was for some years private secretary to Mr. Helm at Stanford and when he was elected to Congress and the postmastcrship at Stanford became vacant, he proposed Miss Ilrucc's name forthe place. She was immediately appointed. Lexington Leader. one-ha- lf i one-ha- lf its C. M. Back has sold his Ben King farm, near Moreland to a brother of R. L. Berry, for S100 ner acre. Mat Grubbs is confined to his room with grippe. Hnrrv B. Hocker, of Danville, was here Sunday to see relatives and friends. Mrs. Arthur Spragens and 'daughter, of the Fork, paspl through here Monday en route to'TDanville. Miss Sarah Scott, of Nicholasville, js the guest of iMisses Tucker this week. Squire A. M. Frve received a fall a few clays ago while at his son. Harry's by missing a step and falling against the side of same. the late Spanish-America- n war. For further information apply to your nearest Ticket Agent, or address W. M. YENT, District Passenger Agent, Phoenix Hotel Block, Lexington, Ky. t -- three-quart- er Vice-Preside- nt OUR LUNGS ASK DELICA TE Federal relief in the present food situation was proposed in Congress by Senator Borah, of Idaho, who introduced a resolution to appropriate SO.OOO.OOO to be expended by the President in aiding local authorities to furnish food and clothing to persons now actually suffering. Hoffstetter was fatally shot and James HoiFatetter and Mrs. W. A. Bevington were wounded in the court house nt Nashville at the trial in which Tompkins sued the Hoffstetter for the ulienution of his wife's affections. Social plans at he White House have been cancelled because of xho dcuth nt Roanoke, Va., of Mrs. Maury, a sister of Mrs. Wilson. The two remaining Cabinet dinners, those for Secretary Redficld nnd Secretary Houston, have been called off. E. C. Tomnkins was killed. Willinm HOm ENIIinON NOW IS THE IDEAL TIME TO VISIT Immediate orders will have prompt attention. Delay in buying at this time may cause you to wait several months. should be taken promptly for hard coughs, unyielding colds, or wnen sirengm is lowered irom any cause. Its high nutritivevalue creates resistive force to ward off sick-n- e ss. The rich cod liver oil improves the quality of the blood to relieve the cold and the glycerine is soothing and healing to the lung tissues. Refute Alcoholic Substitutes Wkick Exclude tie Oil. ,M Enter your order today for immediate delivery with our authorized Ford agent listed below and don't be disappointed later on. PRICES: Runabout $345; Touring Car $360$ Coupelet $505; Town Car $595; Se- dan $645, f. o. b., Detroit, Michigan tt I ford MotOf CoJTlfDailU H. C. Anderson. Agent, Stanford, Ky. Steele & Burton, Agents, Hustonville FLORIDA or tho Legislation granting women limited suffrage was killed in tho Tennessee Legislature so far as tho present session is concerned when the Sate Senate voted 18 to 10 to table a motion to reconsider a bill for that purpose. e The British advance along the River has attained a depth of two miles and extends along a front of about eleven miles, according to the official report from British headquarters in France, An-er- 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 LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD For Particulars, call upon local agents of this railroad The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, Marcli 2, 1917. Ottenheim Page Three H "ANURIC!" THE NEWEST I Prescriptions fto Us 'for the Best fQJ "!53y W DISCOVERY IN CHEMISTRY Greatest Care We taKe Lowest Prices exceptional pride in our prescription department. The 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 DRUG STORE"" E. R. Coletnnn, Proprietor, TIiIr Is n recent discocry of Doctor Pierce, who is liciul of the Invalids' Hotel nml Surgical Institute at Uuffalo, N. Y. Kxperinicnts nt Doctor Pierco'a Hospital for sovernl years proved that there is no other eliminator of uric acid that can be compared to it. For thoso easily recognized symptoms of inflammationas backache, scalding urino and frequent urination, as well as sediment in the urine, or if uric acid in the blood has canted rheumatism, it is simply wonderful how surely "Anuric" acts. The best of results aro always obtained in cases of acute rheumatism in the joints, in gravel nnd gout, ami invariably the pains and stiffness which so frequently nnd persistently accompany tliu disease rapidly disappear. sKill Go to your nearest drug store and Bimply risk for a package of "Anuric," manufactured by Dr. 1'ierce, necesor send 10 cents to Dr. Pierce for a !arge trial package. If you suspect kidney or bladder trouble, send him a sample of your water and describe, slightsymptoms. Doctor Pierce's chemist will examine it, then Dr. Pierce will preKnow report to you, without fee or charge. Note: French scientists uilirni that times more "Anuric" is thirty-seve- n actic than lithia in eliminating uric acid, nnd is a harmless but leliablc chemical compound that may be safely given to children, but should be used who actually wish to only by grown-up- s restore their kidnejs to perfect health, bos or Stanford, Kentucky. bv conscientiously "living one "Anuric" more in extreme cases as ( thanks to Doctor Pierce's achieement) is bv far the most perfect kidney and bladder corrector obtainable. My 50-ce- Farmers are taking ndvnntage of tho bright sunshine and breaking gardens. Oil piospccls nie still veiy heavy In this community, it having been found on the farm of Albert Sehuler. Leases arc very comma everywhere. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dolmer aie this pleusnnt visitors of Mr. and Mis. Frank Wient7cs. Mrs. Ma Kearns is on the sick list. A very laige ciowd attended tho snle aof A. Arnold Satuiday. Everything brought good prices. Com sold for $4.05 n ban el; hay from fi5 to 90 cents per hundicd. Wm. L'nk of Somerset is visiting rclntives in this community. The cat that was taken to Stanford on Jnti. 28th, by Mrs. Sue Russell came back and the 20th of February. Earl Russell purchased a horse from Tom Andeison for $100. J. R. Russell, who has been confined to his loom for some six or seven weeks is able to be out again. Rev. Father Leo was in town Sati urday on business. J. R. Traub has been quite ill with grip but is somewhat impioved now Miss Amelia Iieke was in Stanfoid Fiiday shopping. The Death Angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Russell on the Kith and took there font old baby, little James Mason. teen-month- Cold Sores and Fever Blisters arc only outward manifestations of the inflammation of the mucous surface that lines the lunge, the stomach and all the digestive tract, but they give you evidence of how sore a membrane may become ns a result of inflammation, which is staunation'of the blood. rightfully called acute catarrh. If you suffer from such conditions don't let them become chronic, don't run the risk of systemic catarrh. When your system is cleared of all its poisons, the membranes soothed and healed, the cold tionc nnd your digestion restored, ou will enjoy life, feel equal to all its tasks, nrd bo at peace with the world. Let Pcruna do for you what it did for this sufferer: A. Patterson, 238 Utah Avenue, Memphis, Tcnn says nfrl ndof Prrum for nany car Iliavi wl if ff union for ratnrrhal Timi-- j I liavc i mall fjimlyofilnldren complaint and found ii a veri excellent k nully during In are hard with us Init Icin scar rly afford to do without I'crun i of tlie ejr wh'n luftln nnd co!d an- - pnvalent. Wc always ntcununenil I'eruna of json to our neighbors, for ti ( bvntlit it lnsU.cn to in " You needn't suffer longer with such a remedy at hand Mrs. Clear it Up With PERUNA L "IlinvclK-r- r r Ml DmtcriONS-.- rMUiFUjcnuiMt.M,.." a ftStAlf i ulKitu Ian l n H tu lift .- Green Briar As the news fiom this place lias been missing for so long I will drop in a few lines. John II. Leach is still improving. Mii. John Ruling has been very sick, but we hope she will soon be rnnawm - . Pvruna can be obtained in tablet form. You can carry it with you and take it systematically and rccularly for a remedy, or as needed for a preventive. Get a box today. The Peruna Company, Columbus, Ohio (tt,..30i up. Tke Climate is Delightful on tlie Beautiful Mississippi Dr. Pierce's Pellets are the original little Lier Pills. One little Pellet for & laxative three for u cathartic. GULF COAST DURING MARCH AND APRIL talnuj air and sunshine in this enchanting land of flowers. Play golf or tennis, motor, fish, sail or row. Low round trip fares, and convenient; train service. Tickets to Now Orleans and Gulf Coast points via Louisville & Noslivllla R. R., permit sida trip to Pcnsacola at slight cost. For illustrated literature, schedules, etc, opply to local representatives of tlie Loulsvlllo & Nashvllla R. R. or address R. D. Puseij, General Passenger Agent, Kij. Louls-vllle, Enjoy tlie Mr. Farmer! Implements Are Advancing! So don't delay placing your orders for future delivery. SCIENTIFIC STOCK BREEDING The Unveisity of Kentucky announces that it has established a chair of scientific stotk bleeding, and that Mr. J. Gayno Johnson, of Montgom-ei- y county, will occupy it. Mr. Johnson has been embused bv the most eminent bieedeis of central Kentucky. Mr. Johnson, though a wealthy man, will be glad to devote his energies to improving the bleed of livestock in the State. This chair ought to be of great value to the livestock intoicsts of Kentucky and the South. The men who have succeeded as breeders will teach other men how to bleed "scientifically," that means with knowledge and iii aecoulance v ith the expeiience as pist. written :r. the h.s'iuy of as the Thei e is such a science science of stock breeding, and it is not a new science. The orin"iplos have been known for many vears, and the tcsults aie a paif of the histoiy of all rr'oiiMii nations, especially a pait of hiioiv of England and the United States. The faimers of the Soutli who in tend to embaik in stock breeding. should know the fundemental pruici-ple- s of he business, owl they should t. ":r see to ; tint theii si nc in lesutd to it fiom oiv best sources. The chair at the of Kentucky, Lexington is to be filled, manifestly, by a gentleman who is both a piactical bleeder and a scientific bleeder. He should be able the u fore, to tell the young fanneis what aie the fundamental piincip'es of success in stock breeding. Home and Farm. t'-'- Most all of the people heie have had the grip. Mr. and .Mrs. A. C. Muncie visited friends and lolathes at Ciab Orchard last week. R. E. Hoi ton is out again and will soon be able to buy stock. Rev. S. II. Masters filled his appointment at Mt. Motiah Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Tim Godhev pleached at this place Satin day and Sunday. Miss Sosbia Muncie visited Mr. Melvin Caldwell Satuiday and Sunday. W Miss Aiwe Leach leturned to hot work in Ohio Sunday. Levi Muncie and wife weie the guests of Mr. and Mis. Dan Caldwell -- SHERIFF'S SETTLEMENT A settlement made by G. B. Cooper, Commissioner, appointed by the Lincoln County Fiscal Court, at its regular October term, 1916, with J. G. Weatherford, Sheriff of Lincoln County, as to the collection of the county levy for the year 1916. By order of the Lincoln County Fiscal Court, made at its regular April term, 1916, fifty (50) cents was levied upon each one hundred ($100) worth of taxable property in said county, as equalized and certified by the Auditor of Public Accounts, also a levy of $1.50 on each male person (21) years, as returned over the age of twenty-on- e by the Assessor, and listed by the County Board of Supervisors, and the County Court Clerk. To 50 Sunday. Tolhcit Cm lis and wife have to their home in Detioit, Mich. Clayton Padgett and wife visited Mr. and Mis. John II. Leach. Misses Amanda and Elvie Lee visited Miss Sosbia Muncie last Sunday. - tents on 7,o."l,01 7 of taxable popoity Auditor of Public Accounts - on 2:5 by ... on SS9S,48S 4,492.44 C. X. O. & . $3G,79S.08 Breaks A Cold In Few Hours Try It! First Dose Of Pape's Cold Compound Relieves All Grippe Misery stufTed-up- To To To To 11 it Ur.i-eisi- ty Quit blowing and snuffling! A dose of "Pape's Cold Compound" taken To eveiy two nouis until thiee doses aie taken will end grippe miseiy and To break up a sevcic cold either in the head, chest, body oi limbs. It promptly opens dogged-u- p nos-- ti ils Don't stay ! 83 miles C. N 0. & piopeity at $.27,000 per mile 50 cents on 23.8:5 miles Remainder T. P. R. R. 1912 (SliOO.OC.O.) 30 cents on 23.83 miles Remainder T. P. R. R. 1913 ($312,110.) 30 centb on 23.83 miles. Remainder T. P. R. R. 1914 ($321.(!12.) . 30 cents on 23. S3 miles Kemaindei T. P. R. R. 1913 (S233,t!91.) 30 cents on 2(5.70 miles Additional R. 1913 ($101,831.) fit) tout- Railroad Franchise Tax T. P R. Franchise 1,300.30 KtanthKe C. N. O. franchise Futnchise Franchise C. X. C. X. L. & & 1,500.55 0. 0. & 1.00S.21 & l,(i(!S.7 X. R. 509.07 41.41 14.93 discharge and air passages; no-- stop-- , W. H. Hi ggms T. j II jTjf - 3Sas? ri !&&&& EkSUBZJm Come at once! Prompt attention must be giv en ailing stock so that farm work may not be delayed. Bell Telephone Service on the farm enables you to get the veterinary quickly. It also keeps you in touch with the markets and HEMP STATE (From Lexington Herald) Kentucky piactically has a monopoly of the hemp seed business. Pi of. E. J. Kinney, of the Experiment Station, and a hemp e.xpeit, last week told membeis of the Roaul of Commeico at the weekly Membeis' Council luncheon. Ilig money has been made bv the glower-- , of hemp in the last few yeais. Pi of. Kinnev said. Seveial years ago, he declined, the fat m vis looked upon hemp as their mosts piofitable pioduct but after the Civil Win, Indian jute and sisal, or heniquen fiom Yucatan, became a competitor of hemp and gi initially i educed the demand for the Kentucky product. However, he said, the Euiopean war and other causes had put hemp back into its own, at a good in ice, which, it is anticipated, will last for an indefinite peroid. Even with hemp seed costing $20 a bushel and land tenting at $30 an acie, gioweis are making good money. One Lincoln county farmer, lie said had made $120 an acie gtoss. Notthwestein faimeis can giow the hemp but cannot pi educe the seed. It is estimated that ne.xt yeai theie will he a minket for at least 100,000 bushels of the seed at anvwheie fiom $10 to $15 a bushel. Kentucky can grow most of this seed, he said, and a fine oppottunity is offered the Kentucky fin mens. KENTUCKY and stiffness. "Pape's Cold Copmound" is the quickest, siuest telief known and costs only 2."i cents at chug stores. It .u ts without assistance, taste nice, and causes no inconvenience. Don't 18-- 1 accept a substitute. soie thioat, sneeing, sotcness oi e l uniting, nasty feveiish-ne- s, To To To To To To To To 50 cents on $8,283 Ameiic- - a Tel. & Tel. Company 50 tents on S2.9S7 Hustoinille Tel. Company 50 i cuts on s"i:,391 Pullman Company 50 cents on !5,S93 Cumbeiland Tel & Tel. Co Co 50 cents on sC.,814 Southern L.pit-danis Epies Company 50 tents on $3,172 50 lents on Sll.iKWJ Western Union Tel. Co 50 cents on $18,800 Star foul Water, Liht & Ice Co s Other Franchise Tax ...... ol.9(i 29.10 34.22 lo.SO 71.S1 91.00 mm my horse is sick. Neal's Creek happiness and joy. tt Miss Ella Phillips and Albeit suipiised their many f j iends by eloping to Tennessee and mairying. Their many ti iends wish them much El-loi- your neighbors. If there is no telephone on your farm write day for our Free Booklet. Address Farmers' Line Department. :- to- Miss Dulcie Huugh is visiting Misses Chloe and Eflle Farmer. Mr. and Mis. Jesse Fnimer, of Somerset, are visiting his father, Mr. Dink Ftnmer. A gloom that hangs like a pnll over this community, bringing with it sadness to the heat ts of so many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Durward Singleton, of Danville, when the Death Angel visited their home and took their only child, little Fatra Dink. He remained only three days and t etui nod to the God who gave him. The mother was Miss Sallie R. Fiumer, of this place. Mrs. Ida Hutchinson and daughter, Thelnia ate visiting her sister, Mrs. Durward Singleton at Danville. Uncle Dink Furmer mid Wallace CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INOaNNRATM CD " Faimer attended tho burial of their giandson and nephew, little Farra Dink Singleton at Danville last Sun-a- y. 10X339, KAWIifUKT, KX. Mrs. Emily Kitts is some better at this writing. Little James Kirks, Jr., is very ill we are sorry to Bay. To 50 cent- - on $C.9,770 on Fr.st Xational Rank of Stanfoid 348.70 To 50 tents on sir,2,7io on Lincoln t tint Xational Rank . 703.70 I will offer for sale on To 50 tents on sk;.j;22 on Rank of .Moieland 84.11 To 50 cents on $5S,322 on The Xatioi al Rank of Ilitstonville 291.01 SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1917 To 30 cents on $13,090 on Ciab Oichaui Rankine; Co. 78.45 at one o'cloik shaip, the lollowing To 50 tents on Si 0,380 on V.iyr.esbuir Deposit Rank 81.90 desmbed piopeity: To 50 tents on .si 1,808 on McKinnej Deposit Rank 71.31 One pair extia good heavy woik To 50 tents on $25,810 on People's Rank of Hustomillo ... 129.23 mules, 7 yeais old, 1(! hands high. To 50 cents on s451,051 L. & X. T.wurible Railuud Ta 2.25S.27 Two good wcuk horses, 1) and 12 To 50 cents on $019,010 C. X. O & T. P. R. R. Tangible piopyeais old, lespectively; gentle for . eity 3,2 15.05 any body to chive; not afiaid of auTo 50 tents on $35,950 piopeity omitted by the and tomobiles or cars; safe for women to . listed by the county cleik . . 179.75 chive. ir To 4,517 Polls letuined by the and Roaul of Supoi- One extra good Peavine horse; an at l.r0 each ... 0,775.50 exceptionally good ihiver, and fast To 90 Polls listed by the countv ' couit cleik 135.00 0 yeais old, 1 on the road; hands high. (If not sold before.) $02,91G.9S Two extia good riding cultivator The Sheiitf is entitled to the following ciedits t: plows, in good condition, with six Ry 50 tents on $5,180 duplicated propeity 25,90 blades to each plow. Ry 50 cents on $30,713 delinquent piopeity . 138.5(1 One good Disc cultivator, all light Ry 50 tents on $17,923 piopeity exoneinted by County 89.01 couit . to hitih to; does fine work; has six Ry 50 tents on $85,980 piopeity sold to State and county.. 4 19,93 discs and is serviceable. Ry Total amount Dirt Road claims by Sheriff, le-- s Com. $0.32 5,005.87 One Disc hanow, good as new; 12 Ry Shi'i ill's Commission for collet tion on $59,889.30 . 2,(595. f7 discs. Ry SheiitT's Commission for collettion on M0.273.S7 school tax 410.95 One sweep rake, good as new. Ry 9 double listed Polls at $1.50 each 13.50 One hay rake good one. Ry 18 women listed with polls .. 27.00 Two good turning plows, Vulcans, Ry 78 Polls listed to 117.00 No. 12. Ry 2 Polls listed to films jj.oi) One hay fiame, good one. Ry 9 Polls exonerated by County cout 13.50 One extra good mowing machine, Ry 225 Polls included in sale of nopeity sold to State and McCoimack. County .. 337.50 One extra good faim wagon Ry 1,215 Polls (delinquent) 1,822.50 "Mitchell." Theie is nothing like a Ry Receipts fiom W. M. Rihjht, County Tron., to balance 51,110.59 Mitchell wagon. Two good bets wagon harness; al$G2,910.9S so a lot of plow gear, hay forks, is to mattocks, picks, tiace chains, burG. B. liest, collats, etc., one extia good log The follow ine; amount have been letelved by me from .1. G. chain best in the county. Sheriff, and receipts issued thoiefor: One good rubber tiro buggy and October 10. 1910 5,000.00 harness, good one. Many other November 9, 1910 1,000.00 things too numerous to mention. 4, 1910 .. 15,000.00 .w Tern s made known on day of wile. December .............. 15,000.00 Remember tho date Satuiday, Mar. December 11, 1910 December 23, 1910, (county claims) -,.- 322.18 It, 1917, at one o'clock sharp, on l li 1917 . ....-.- ... 3,000.00 ra 1 route, No. 2, Danville pike. MyJ Januaiy 2, ... 8,794.11 reason for selling is that I am get January 30, 1917 ting too old to farm. $51,110.59 JAMES H. EADS, R. D. No. 2 Stanford, Ky January 30, 1917. W. M. niSICillT, County Treasuier Stanford, Ky. PUBLIC SALE Lincoln County Bank Tax Tangible Railroad Tax or .... s to-wi- ts All of which submitted the court. COOPER, Commissioner. Wea-theifor- d, ...,, --.- Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: The Interior Journal r Friday, March 2, 1917. trv-s- w 1 AWzzy JV'.S' ' sSrS,S s3ttzfo E. C Walton and J. H. Wright "nKt'A .. I" l mt " In ?' i ' Stanford Ku ' matter A wiok, per yinr.............. f l.fiO Both laur 1.0(1 Tnlrp a w?fk, for 8 montho.................... .75 TwIcp a wek, fnr 0 month .................... 10 a work, fur 3 tnontli.....i Twice Once n wrrk, cither lnn, per irar........ 1.0G to nil! pa iilicHiticm nri' cali in ailvnnco per !!))) wl.v'ti tune for which it la paid, Is up Subscription Rates Sit Up and III B Urn "'i ke Notice Youthfully-Style- d The Interior .Tmirnat la authorised to announce tin- - fcillnvritic candidates for office mb 'ct to the Democratic prlmarv the flrt Sat fee unlay In Alien!, 1017. (Announcement for each comity officii In $10; for district oiler, flfi: for city or miclrterlal office 15 No will he made until fee l paid mnnnncrmotit in advance.) Political Announcements. lily V KP not only of the lessly tailored fault- Adler's Collegian Clothes I7 r fi jff- Vx "" - . Bees know enough to vT - For Stnte Senator JAY W. HARLAN save. - I The man with money puts some in ihe Bank where it is safe Bees hnvc 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 II TLAY KAHFFMAN J. R. MOUNT. For Sheriff .7. II. LIVINGSTON. M. S. BAUGIIMAN. W. S. DRYE. M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE 1' J ' V Mtf which we carry, but our other high quality guaranteed merchandise Swann and Stetson Hats, Nettleton and Walk-Ove- r Shoes, Fountain and Eclipse Shirts, Wilson Bros. Gloves and Mun-sin- g Wear. For County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY. For Representative II. G. SKILES. For Jailer W. W. S. 15URCII You are not going to let n little BEE get the best of you, arc you? A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMER For Assessor J. N. CASH For Magistrate 1st Dist. J. T. DUDDERAR II W k Hi All are high standard brands. No matter what it is. we try to sell you 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 im tlii irnnil fif'ht :ind that his efforts will continue to be rewauled as they have in the past. Schooler has been editor of the Somerset a round year. He lias done work in that time, having not only done a great deal for the betterment of his community, but made the News one of the very new in the siest and best State. Here's hoping that he will "Uncle managing News for excellent Hill" semi-weekli- V McRobert 23-1. TuSa JE!ffi22BIXOTJE2en2n33ESa arzirww TMJSXKSEm G CO MI NG America's Greatest American Story Is Now the World's Greatest Feature of Photodrama FASCINATING APPEALING HISTORIC THRILLING REAL Lincoln L0V6u S W&i 1 .1 FOR SALE Pure bred Buff OrBLUE GRASS SEED for sale. T. AUTO SERVICE anjns'nere; day The newspapers are saying some pington eggs; 75 cents per setting of mighty nice things about the new or night; reasonable prices. Call E. Baldwin, Jr., Silver Cieek. 17. Great layers. C. C. Withers. 17.-management of the Interior Journal, phone T. II. Eads. well as about the retiring editor, SALE Or to farm out. a FOR is f,(Jlinltnn At. SsiiifW. This is STRAY HORSE came to my place jack, in nice HAVE just received a shipment of coming gieatly appreciated and when space Sec II. C. Anderso.-- , Stan- Feb. 10. Horse is grey and about 15 shape. as now we hope to re- "Virginia" saddles made on the is not as scarce G tf hands high and is blind in right eye patent tree. J. C. McClarv, ford, Ky. produce the articles, srivinc credit to (and his age is between 15 and 15.ft tbo nnt ers that were so clever to Stanford. print them. Owner can have same by payLADIES Engraved cards should FOR SALE Extia nice Duroc be used for all social purposes. See ing the feed and cost. Monroe Smith, A Ttnltimnro. Mil., nid maid took pigs for only a few days at $7, by Red p rat poison because her lover of long Model Top No. SS055; pedigree fur- the now samples wo have and as jWnynesburg, Ky. R. F. D. 3, standing jilted Her. hlie lelt a note nished. C. W. Dunn, King's Mountain, cheap as they can be bought anystating that life was worth nothing Ky. gyErev'fci'n'iiTnnpwf n.ir where. The Interior Journal. f to her without the man she had locd "THEOIS TUABLi;" girlhood. It is hoped that from her FOR SALE One W?' " Six, PAINTING AND PAPER HANGac great a her punishment is not uc Will ING. Have your painting and power in No. 1 goi lint of the wretch vho destroy done by me; satisfaction guar- sell for $400 on easy tc. or will T" i life will have to s mer when ...S'ii.VJ? tn 2. .!&!' ' anteed so it would be to your in- trade for stock. V. rile J. .1 Carter, final day of reckoning comes. terest to let me figure with you Waynesburg, Ky., or see John Woner contracting your job. G. L. and the car at Bailey Cirage, Stan- i r. . r Cour.t-- y butchers in many pieces Wi Jli.'T jJ 10-ford. f hr. e ouit daughtering hogs because Bradley, Hustonville. high price at which they ni-of the se'litvr. Strange, isn't it, that hogs TxissiaB&iiazLZJBSi 3g"xgjysjggCT jrm'.oar.TJii i ;.u.uigrjL3Bjaf Ygigaacrragsa an be bought here, shipped to Louis- ille rr Cincinnati and kilted and rrrl f lions e"t hal; at a pi ice at which the meat men can handle 17-. M-4Fs - Wil-bou- rn 15-4- 17-2- p. 59-t- ?.jc-wihbi,mc.t- i S se ( imm Mimssi? m&sm " s&asa bc-fo- ie RgJWORMifiN. . 18-t- e '? them. $ PM aBalj ew It cost the government fifty thousand dollars to investigate Tom leak charges, fifteen thousand thousand dilhirs of which Whipple, the Boston attorrm. got for about three week's work. We sire all hoping that Tommy will have no more leaks like this. A Stun ford grocer informs the I. J. thnt rice is the only food commod ity thnt has not advanced i" price. Whv not tiy the rice diet for a fo,w months and thereby t.'ke a (htnee at bringing about cheaper hrentMufTs? March came in like a linn, all riiiht, and let us all join in the hope thil h" will quit her fiene wnvs eiily it the month and go out like i Link Thursday was all toit- - of a Law-son- 's DO YOU WANT TO CUT THE fv".H i t i rt Lkik r, U V4 S3 II ?k K ISA - vi m& it i' -- Vi fill JU- r x. tfti B Jri ft e .tfifc -- v-j a ica; J m4 a " 1. a w IX -- I It? VI ji. 41 JS3, j Ji. C- - ri or t he- - tirs ost of Living HIGH?' v Until a few months ago it was the DELIVERY Did you know this is the Highest Cost the Grocer line to contend. Try giving your order for nil you need nt one time. Country people do il. Why ii it you do not liy it? Mavo your list niede out when you phono. That saves time. Do not let children thnt cannot rench the phone, or bo understood, order over the phone. They lay "Mnmnin says send so and so," hang up She phone and never give the name. Wo cannol t II who Mamma U. Then yni hlan'e us. Your husband forgets to order, but swears lie did,' asks ua to rush it there that "he know a he will catch h 1" "but do not; tell l forgot it." We stand tho "cussing." These arc only a "1"EW OF OUR TROUBLES." latterNOW IT IS 80T3 lay pvcept a good one Vid now Horn' Kendall Thaw's lunn-- i m llier wants him declare'' Had it not been for hei money it (V .spoilt devil would h've long -ince ceased from troubling. S1VITTIE WILL MAKE MU3IC of Pin'ttiev famous militnrv (" Win;,fon Church ilFs Gre?t Novel A Seiig Masterpiece in Ten Reels The Battle of Vicksburg Again Fought With Every Detail of Historic Record the music :t thi Mafo.-i- ' picnic to e h"ld at Crab Orrhx.nl, Ji'no 23. Twentv-foupices of br:i.s niuic i'l h heard during the d iv and men in the then will bo twenty-flv- e that makes the nv ic for be dance nl nig'nt. I r or'-hwt- i i.iiiHti h-i- s lu'i. i entrtvi! t" fur-"h- b BAKERY DEPARTMENT We nre now operating and taking the entire output of Sliot-PrfaBefery Do you WANT TO SAVE 25c ON EVERY DOLLAR. V will ,.11 y8u Mt will DELIVER whatever you order but Tic 'i.iiets for $1.00 CASH. We hols will only bo taken over the counter. Dcliverymen will not be allowed to tah tickets for Bakery products ordered over phone. Hot Rolls nnd Buna every afternoon. Salt Rising Bread (and it u GOOD, TOO) every dy at tl:00 o'clock. The Fall of Ft. Sumter. Old Glory for the First Time Fails in Defeat thiough Stanford Thuralr.j 'no ninu on his way to Lebanon. He " bad-l- v huit while coupling cars ;t flrod-heaHe wai unconscious vi i the train carrying Ulni pulled thiough d. RnKEV.AN BADLY H"RT Swanner, a bral.emin on lioujiht freight trrin No. SO. vn Green Stanford. Frank Cul-of- Old St. Louis As It Was Before the Late Unpleasantness Thiirdry ce,nts. f Mai tin. living out on th V J on o pike, sold to T. d H nt 12 400-poaa- MEAT DEPARTMENT We bought GO head of cattlo about four months ago to bo delivered in February and March ut 8 cents a pound. We have been offered 0 cunts for them a clear profit of $700 00. We havo always (jiven you the best boef money could buy und wo nve going to slaughter, ovory one of them. Never have this price cattle been hilled in Kentucky. 1- h" CENT (Ada her -WORD ADS I o pera 1 are - HOUS e aim 7t 2Sc and 50c w 'li ir.l.rS 1 n ttM ' no ad lew than 15 e S. I ct rn l ,i, catl ittuo.) iniv If I Nothing' Is Too Good for the People of This Community I IIU1.I.D1U' LIIVI UUI.I ffiin jL.iL.... 1...H. .1 ,P. oods Stanford. ?1 7R. iOK"HOKN I " Bit m Vt eoiiesaay, a Gull Cure horn collar at C Mc-Tlmt's not high. At lary's llarnews Stole. T' V .1 (. 15-t- f. zj IL 9 Je.nJMfcMJL ju? Matinee and Night Special Music by Orchestra from Theatre in Louisville FOR SLE My jrck and i uets. He bpenks for hhmuilf in mubicul and hmnionious rhythmu; an aililotc, in action; a model In form, symmetry and color. Hi colts bring the highest Mary Anderson priitw; his favorlta gong, "Eureka," will boll for cash, a good note or for wttle or shuop. Sqq, or hoar yo him. Lock Box 101, Stnn-foi18-2- L Ky. i arrrrwrrai iffti Trim yttt rnri d, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Fish Every Week jr Fruits and Vegetables Always on Hand The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 2, U$e "Gats-It,- " I 91 7. Page Hve 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 50,000.00 Its Capital is . Shrivels, Must Lift Corn Bight Off Looscns-a- nd how tan lift too after It linn lircn treated with tlio wonderful discovery, 'Hits-It'- " Hunt the wlilo world over and ou'll find nothing so magic, simple and Vou rolKB who easy as "(Jets-It.- " It's Gone! lllo tnttliiB tlioa. lid off offtint's your you corn VyZystyJiL (V m End Corn Slop "Ceti-h" A A The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. J. S. HOCKER, President S. T. HARRIS, Vice-Preside- H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier C. HAYS FOSTER, Asst. Cnshier W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. Bookkeeper J. Spaiks, of Jit. Vernon, was the city Wednesday. J. Lee Myers, of Middleburg, is Mr. and Mis. R. M. Collier, of the truest of his aunt, Mib. A. E. Ciab Oichaid, were hoic the first of Wi Ichor. Miss Grace Young, of the Highland the week. section, is in Louisville preparing herself for the millinery business. Mesdames W. K. Wainer, W. R. $100 Reward, $100 The readers of this piper will be O'Bannon and T. D. Raney spent a pleased to learn that there Is at least portion of Tuesday and Friday in one dreaded disease that science has Lexington. been able to cure In all Its stage nnd Miss Mary Greer left Wednesday that Is catarrh. Catarrh King Greatly afternoon for Notion Infhmaiy at influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Louisville, where she will take the Catarrh Medicine is taken Internally and training of a tiain nurse. acts thru tho Blood on the Mucous SurMrs. D. T. Drummctt, on Noith faces of tho System thereby destroying Main stteet, is slowly impioving tho foundation of tho disease, siting tho from a seiious attack of acute indipatient strength by buildln" up the constitution and assisting nature in doing Its gestion. IlnuotUbtug Demoeiat nork. Tho proprietors have ro much Messrs. Ben V. Smith, Joe Gibson, faith In the curative powers of Hall's Catnrrh Medicine tlm thev offer One Ben Ilines, L. B. Lowenthal, W. D. Hundred Dollars for any ease that it foils Gover and J. L. Seats, prominent citto cure. Send for list of testimonials. izens of Somer.sct, wete here at court Address r. J. CHKN'CV fz CO . Toledo. Wednesday. Ohio. Sold by all Druggist, 75c. Personal and Social W. in Penny Drug Stoic. have wrapped jour toes In bandages to look lllco liundlcs. who havo used palvcs that turned your tors raw and norc, and used plasters that would phift from their placo nnd never "got" tho corn, and who have dug nnd picked at jour corns with Imlvcs and scissors nnd perhaps these made them bleed Just ult "Gcts-U- old " nnd palnlul ways ami try just once. You put i or It drops on, nnd It dries at once. There's nothing to stick. Vou tan put vourshoo and stocking right on again. Tho pain Is all gone. Then tho corn dies a painless, shriveling death. It loosens from your toe, nnd off It Is the biggest sellcomes. "Octs-H- " ing corn remedy In tho world today. There's none other as good. "Gets-It- " Is sold by druggists everywhere, 2'c a bottle, or sent on receipt of price by E Lawrence As Co, Chicago, 111. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The acids from your Fj'stem ami with acids', you cannot know what it the is to bo healthy. Aiida poison the punfv jour Mind. S. SJ. S. has been nurifylntc nnd reblood and arc the souice of many diseases affecting tho heart and nrtcrie, vitalising the blood of thoutand for nkin nnd mucous surfaces, joints and fifty yeais. It Is ft purely vpjftabltj ont; days. muscles, and the brain and general remedy, nnd is the most efficient Miss Mack Logan of Hustonu'llc, nervous system. Some of these dis- known for cleansing tho blood and is the guist of her ststei, Mrs. J G. eases nio Rheumatism in various building up the sjstem. Wi'Jithct foul Ask for it at your druggist', ami forms, Catarrh, Eczema, Pimples, Mis. A. W. Dilhon ,of Ciab Orch- hoik, rashes, nnd other skin diseases, don't accept a substitute. 1 or sfxcial ard, was thu guest of her siitei, Mis. Malaria, Scrofula nnd general blood medical advice write to Medical DeEd Wilkinson. troubles. In order to restore yourself partment, Swift Specific Co., 308 Swift Miss Thclma Francis lias boon d .0 a healthy condition, you must drive Building, Atlanta. Ga. to her room for several days on account of illness. Miss Jane Adams, of Frankfoit, is tiny to spend n few weeks with l daof Wavion-bui- g, Mis Ethel Sweeney, the guest of bur aunt, Mis. Marginal tives and friends heie. visited he mother, Mrs. R J. James at Crab Orchard. Mrs. T M Alfoid was the guest Hogue Satuulay and Sunday Rev. Alfred A. Higgins, of Louis- of hei In other, Mont Dishon this Miss Lean Padgett and dauKtir, ville, is the guest of his parents, Mr. week. Marie spent SHturdny niirht nnd H'ln-iln- y and Mrs. W. II. Higgins. with Miss Nellie Routen. Wis Rev. G. W. Owens sooins to be Miss Jennie Warren went to Lnn-rast- kept quite busy this week and last Bertha Dye also visited Miss Kouitm Sundny. Tbuisday to see her aunt, Miss mat tying people. Jennie Duncan, who is ill. Mr. Hnivey Jenkins hoiiulit of C Mattie Gooch, of Waynesburjj, visii-- ! Dr. T. W Pennington, clerk of the Jeffreys a line mine for $105. ud Collis Singleton Tuesday State ISoaid of Election Commission ilr. John Dve has irono into the ers, is in rtankfort today. huckstering business again. We are j THi: LEADER of good mnHo-- f T. C. Peak, repiesentii'g the Louis- glad to have him back again. ,m- My sprimr nnd outer clothes ville Post, was in the city this morn.VI r. anil Mrs. Jonas Taylor have mer snniples are now ready tor voiir ing in the interest of his paper. moved into the house belonging to inspertion No aiivatue on in oim of Mis. Iliehaul Thornwell Fewcll, of Mr. Eugene Wall, recently vacated the w.u ; amt pun (all ird 'e tie Rockhill, S. C. is the guct of her bv Tom Jenkins show vou II ( Rupliv.Thi T.i'!' l patents, Mr. and Mis. W. II. Higgins. Miss Josephine Caipenter has reaTKruar turned home after a lengthy vivit to ? W (aipenler at hei'hister. Mis. II. ton-finqer grip. Wnlter Long, who wan operated on nt Danville Monday, in getting along nicely. Mrs. L. P. Nunnelley has been ill nt her home in the countiy for sevei-n- l Mrs. Mnrvin Woilev, of Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. W. C. Wilson. Mrs. N. J. Oakcs is very ill at her honle in the East End of town with If Your System is Poisoned Lexington. Mis. . rheutnati'in fiom which she his been suft'eiing for some time. Mis. E. G. Wrller, of Louisville, was heie this week to see her duigh-teMis. in hopes of Tiibble is at Mnitms-ville- , ridding heiself of Factory o3.I6 of r, at T II. Eads, who is home-whimpiou'd fiom a severe spell. Ir. Napo Pi ice paid a visit to his brother, Di A. S. Price of Stanfoid. and found him much improved af- W. M. Cantiill was at London on business Wednesday. Mrs. Jack Casey, of Danville, was the guest of her cousin. Mis our tiude Wilkinson. Mesdames D. B. Portman and E. C. Mooic, of Libet ty, have been the guests of Mrs. Ed Wilkinson. Miss Fannie Jones, of Middles- boro, was the guest of her brother, Dr. Lewis J Jones, on her return fiom Louisville. Mr. A. II. Bastin, of Lancaster, was in Stanfoid Wurnesday returning fiom Mt. Vernon, where he had been on business. ., a Louisville. Central Record. Miss Maltha Saeiaj. lias letuined home fiom Danville, where she w:i3 the guest of her sisteis, Mrs. Lou Meiritt and Miss Maggie Satn.y. Mr. and Mis. James II Piuitt, of Mot eland, ate with thci'- - daughter, W D. Wclburn. They have Mrs. ceased to keep house, lming rented their Moi eland home to Di. Weddle. Mr. Pruitt has not been well the last few days. Mrs. Jane B Robinson, of Lancaster, received a slight apopletic stioke last night He daughter, Mi. J. B Pnxton went immediately to her bed side and repoit today is that while her condition is not now cntical still an account of her adv anted age it i liable to become so at anv time Mrs. Sam Castello and mothii Mrs. Mattie Wh't, will leave in . ter a stay at Xoiton Infirmary in Wilson & Sons' Pianos At J. L. Beazley's In order to introduce this beautiful piano to the citizens of Stanford and vicinity, the factory has inaugurated a genuine factory-to-hom- e sale, whereby four instruments will be sold at factory prices, resulting in an ac- tual saving of from $1 25.00 to $165.00 on 1 fj each purchase. tp533BSBia2EmEZ5m5aEES33EfR& HlndLBLACK CompanyQ VCLEVELAND EiXK-T- j & m. "U ' V A - -I W? fTOr7E! A Scores Of few days for Washington, D C, and Baltimore Thev will be guests of Mrs. James Reul in Baltimoio Miss Mary Noel and Mis. Eail Pnllitte, chasing their spring milli'iei v, n who have been in New Yoik home last night. Danville Advocate. "ir J. E Johrson, of AlePher&on street, will give a luncheon in the PitUlnugh Athleti Assouation Thursdav at 2 o'clock in honor of h sister, ?.fr S B. Yeager. of Stan1 nl, Ky., vho is visiting her, end Alws Ha7.el Griffin of Troy. N Y , v ho is the guest of Mi-- - G tche'i Sehill avenue ( oveis of laid for 24, i nd si tobies of will piu-tuinc- Whv We Do This! Because this i has proven to be t1 c most effective a chtviDcst manner in at- vertising our product. It enables the pub V to personally hear and see this great make, with the result that they will secure a more comprehensive knowledge of the one most important article of the home furnishing!. J d club-hot- is i i I Inidffi h - till N l J If: f Ml M fJfk Y if I In i' - I Ii YA m ,i i New Coats and Suits i Have tlanis 1ms been :n a diu-- f stoic at W 'Ivniwtown 101 some Mine but accepted a more l"tritive nosit on in the capital of Madison, Eveivliody wants to see Beei h m'tke good and we aie deliurhtod to .'v that he is succeeding - Danville Messtsn- - Drui; Co. Mr. Pa.. Telegirph. D J. Beeihei Adams w s here Satii'div en route fiom Williams-tow'o Richm nl, wheie be bis ac-- i opted a position with the Mi 'won n will follow luncheon Pitts-bi- .i Who Are Wilson & Sons? They are and have been extensive manufacturers of fine pianos for more than thirty years. Their present factory is located at Muncie, Indiana. Their name may not be as prominently displayed in the leading periodicals as some but every owner of a Wilson & Sons' Piano or Player-Pian- o will tell you that the' have the personal satisfaction of owning one of the most perfect instilment made. , rpr !.! jppcl Mr 111 and Mrs Arrived We Advise You to Buy Early This Season, to Secure the Best Styles and Best Materials her maniagc was Miss Snl' ( Moore, d iuehfer of Mi and Mrs C. P. Moore, of Row! ml 'rhe hnp;iv parents have named their little " n David William. Di L. McCartv. of Stanford, is sper liner the week in Pineville with his mother and aistets, V. T. and Thos. Itiman Ice nrj I. h fore I... iiv , I) V. Lee. of Seot- announce the arrival of n .... (t'jy in It iniir 1 uuinr. 11 .11171 .1 Mes-dm- e' P Seville Sun. They are made for that class of trad.- who are satisfied with only the best. - A1 1 t Mt I -- 1. JWt t tu . I f dV TV' s tr good materials ever known. We have already received a great many Tailored buits and Loats, at every price from $10.00 to $60.00, and we take pleasure in showing them. is a demand for coats and suits from one enc i of the countiy to the other this season, and the country is facing the greatest' scarcity of and workmanship. J The best makers are away behind in fill ing their orders, and give little encourage ment to those who did not order early. Th re ' I J ft U-.iM MA I i l I ;. JX?S r T Hill. Jr. Mrs J Jl Wtirht Mis (. ii. Cooei, Mim E. T Tenij, Ji , "' Lucy Miln Lnit'ev Mi-- , s an, Ka'e Divis Kanev Lot Mack ! tie ( .i nt, Lylo Coopn, Sue Taylor Mi- - DIXIE ROOK CLUB J. L. MiKce Rite entertained th Dixie Rook Cub at her home on Pi. t mini avenue Thinsday aftor-noo- " deliirhtful nlnd eouise vvn serve Thoae present were: Mrs. W. s. R. Tod I. Mrs. C. Hays Foster, Lee R. nley, Mrs. R. T. Biuee, Mrs J. G Woathurfoui, Mis Iluirv Hill, Mr r O. Reid. Mrs. J. B Peikins. Mi-I M-- This is a Bonafide Proposition in which discriminating buyers can afford to f?ke advantage of. It will not last but a few day3, go now is the time to act. Englemui and Levi-- a Hams. ily. The Most Attractive Home is the on po sessing music. Now is the time to sec .e the pinno you have so long promised you famC WIIL HOLD PUBLIC SALE Attention is called to the sale advertise i'i 'it of C. M Back & Sons which . noears on another page These jrcntleT will on Mann 14 sell a lot of ,v le ible stock, fainung implements, lied, etc. i Convenient Terms will be extended to those who don't wish pay cash. Every piano carries the stror ; est guarantee ever written. Frank Buc1 the factory representative is here to give aMy information you wish. Store open evening Only a few more days in which to take advantage of the introductory prices on The Wilsonolas. Come and hear the most perfect player-pian- o made. .,s?A.y? va rutA Dresses, Skirts, SMrt Waisfc , J1 8feKW Childress tilled his anuoiiit- a. i' Saturday and Sui da.v vith present i U a la '. " ' lowd The liilnir behool thul Piof. T D. Milui has been teaching ikued Rev nii-ii- t Pleasant Point These are arriving dail and we already have exte. ive lines to show. Silk, Crepe and Georgette Dresses from $2.b to $50.00. Wool Crepe Dresses from $10.00 to $12.00. Separate Skirts from $5.00 to $15.00, and many exquisite Waists of new Sili:s, Crepe and Georgettes from $3.75 to $13.50 1$ Mr (.'has. Brown has been visiting brother, W. C. Brown of Lexington. '.ii Mrs. O M RouU'ii M' of Bluonu.i ton, Ind., airived here Sun-- , Ills ft! Sunday FV w VI y Bfo. C t iJf A. B. Robertson & Bra. The Store That Sells Wooltex DANVILLE, KENTUCKY in rX M MWM& Mffl'O'Mt) ffTiinC ACTlfMS ih ix ; ia wj Hi frri. rr W tiXV " L9 or West Main Street -w..,,.s1rM....-M.-A..M.m.-M. Beazley LOCAL AGENT Stanford, Kentucky .... -- fATAIU WW4U BronchiHi, Cioup, Ccuglvs and Coldi, UIVMV WWW M aiItoiriBgiiSirrtW''rwTV QUWWHVVM J Penny Drujr Store, Stauford, Ky. J Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky; WOMEN 0F Friday, March 2, 1917. Parlor Grove It is reported that gas has been struck in the third well drilled on the Albert Schuler farm. Mr. Offer Hortou, of Casey county, spent Mondnv night with his sister, - BAdH-Jtmimm- The Quest fiL Impossible MIDDLE AGE Are you looking for the impossible trade the bargain so good so sure a cinch that you will never find it. J 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. i One gets his in the bank, the other in his mind that's the difference. Utilize some of the J Don't waif for the impossible. good trades which are coming up every day. We have plenty of them. Here are a few specimens v Mi: T' acre farm three mile? from the courthouse on Rood pike and in splendid community. Has two houses, one of one and one half story of six rooms, two porches and the other small cottage of four rooms and porch. Has two barns, one of the new 10x00 metal roof and the other barn a square log burn with sheds all around it and new metal roof. Hen house, smoke house, carriage house, well house, fruit house, etc. All in good repr.ir and the fencing all new. Has well at door and cistern at barn also two big ponds of never failing water. All of this faim is in grass except the garden. Good orchard. Will sell this place as a whole or will hell about 20 acies with small cottage and the other 52 This acres with all improvements. right and you can place is priced name your own terms. No. 1118 H9 acres in one mile of good town. Has large seven room residence, huge 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 and the balance in in cultivation i cash. one-tliil- grass except about ten acres in timTerms one half ber. Price $7,500. down and balance in one year. about four Xo. 1110 2(5 acres miles fiom Stanford. Three room boxed house, (iood 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 ami several acres from school hoiu-of thi place good tobacco land when cleared. Price only $i00. Terms spot e acres of land about cleared and balance in timber. This property has the famous Elixir Hotel property on it and the .same consists of oo rooms and of this numbei there is 25 bed rooms and the bit!-- nee is the office, large skating mm. kitchen, dining room, bath room, basement, etc. Two story frame building, metal roof and all of the same . in good repaii.This water is the famous water of Kentucky. It is lined for drinking and baths too. If this water was concentrated and put on the market it would make good money. It is tlu- finest ever for and kidney rheumatism, stomach 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 is steam heated flftv pairs of and has all of the modern improvements in the way of water works, etc. Has a good orchard of about two acres and the greatest place for strawbeiries 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 terms. No. 202 100 acres In Fleming county. About 70 acres bottom land and balance in timber. This 70 acres is mostly in grass. Theie is about 20 acres of good tobacco land on this farm. Has good orchaid. Four room house, ceiled and weather-boarde- d boxed and shingle roof. Barn a Ox "(I; corn crib, smoke house, etc. This place for sale or trade. The owner is a traveling man and cannot look after it longer as he has been transferred to other territory. Price only SjIi.OOO down and and terms balance in one and two years. Xo. 175 Nice 20 acre farm about four miles from Stanford. Has one story residence of six and looms, pantry, thiee porches, etc., two stables, smoke house, well house, coal house cow house and storeioom 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 creek, (iood orchard. About seven acres in grass. Plenty of locust posts. Price only $1,800. Von could not begin to put the buildings on this place for the money. The owner lives in another part of the slate and has decided to let it go. to make This is your opportunity No. 200 d ' .")' . - I I Mrs. David Walls. Mrs. Laura Bastin nnd children Mrs. Quinn's Experience visited her sisters, Mesdamcs Joe Record Horton, en Ought to Help You Over to their and Willie Nicholasville. route home near II. E. Horton, who has been quite the Critical Period. ill with pneumonia, is able to be out. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bell spent SunLowell. Mass. "For the last throa day last with Mr. and Mrs. Richard yenrs I have been troubled with the Webb. Mr. Claude Sims, who has returnunangcot uie nnn the bad feelings ed from New Castle, Ind., snent tho common at that latter part of last week at the home time. I was in a of his uncle, W. F. Sims. Misses Dollic and Wilma Sims visvery nervous condition, with headaches ited over Sunday with Mrs. Angelinc and pain a good Sims. deal of the time sol Mr. Jnrrett Johnson's little daughwas unfit to do my ter, Edith, who has been sick is much work. A friend improved now. asked me to try Mr. Ward Bunch nnd wife and ErLydia E. Pinkham'q nest Smith and wife spent Sunday Vegetable Com- with Mrs. Nettie Horton. pound, which I did. Mesdamts Mecy Walls and Mary and it has helped me in every way. t Itamic spent Saturday afternoon with nearly so nervous, no headache Mrs. Corn Leach. am not or pain. I must say that Lydia B. Misses Vesta Sims and Eva Horton Pinklmm's Vegetable Compound is the spent Saturday Miss " Maisie Braswcll. night with best remedy any sick woman can tike. Mrs. Margaret Quinn, Rear 259 Mr. Calvin Greer's father has purWorthen St., Lowell, Mass. chased the Taekett farm, formerly Othcrwarning symptoms are a sense owned by Messrs. Luther Reynolds of suffocation, hot flashes, headaches, and Kirkpatrick. Mr. Greer will ocbackaches, dread of impending evil, cupy one farm and his sister the timidity, sounds in the ears, palpitation other. of the heart, sparks before the eyes, Mr. Will lloskins, of" Casey county irregularities, constipation, variable visited his sister, Mrs. Crawford Bell appetite, weakness, inquietude, and last week. dizziness. family spent SunP. II. Hamic If you need special advice, write to day with W. D.and Walls and family. the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. Miss Victoria Jones h on the sick fconfidential), Lynn, Mass, list. Mr. W. F. Sims ind family spent Saturday night and Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Anne Eliza Eubanks. B. F. Sanders kth fimily have Drs. Thompson and Laswell, of moved to the Kirke PadgKt farm un-ti- ll King's Mountain, have both been very he can finish remodeling his busy for the past two weeks waiting dwelling house. sick ones near this place. on the Mrs. David Walls spent Friday James E. Young, who liad quite a with Mrs. Ward Bunch. Mr. Will Bell, of Rowland, visited severe spell of erysipelas of the face is considerable improved. his father, W. C. Bell two days last Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lewis have both week. been quite sick but are better at this Mr. Tusco Sims has gone to New time. Castle, Ind., where hi has employHorn to the wife of A. J. Gourlcy, ment. Mr. Fred Horton, of Danville, vison the 7th, a boy and on the 0th to ited his sister Thursday of last week. the wife of Sam Zwahlen, a girl. Mi Mack Eubank and family visMiss Eflie Young, of Louisville, has bought the house and lot of Mrs. ited his mother the last of the week. Rheiihamy Young, deceased. Oil men have been very busy in this section for some time securing leases. The marriage of Samuel Phillips Mr. and Mrs. E. G. B.ui''h left and Miss Allie Owens occurred on Danville last week, where they will Feb. 14th, near Parksville at the resmake their home for awhile. idence of the groom's father, S. M. Mr. Chrisman, of High Bridge, Phillips, the ceremony said by Rev. who bought the Maple Swamp farm II. M. Shouse, of Danville. The bride some two or three years ago has mov- is the of Mr. Jack Rice ed into it. John Singleton, who lived of this place. An elegant dinner was on Mr. Chrisman's farm last year has served at the groom's home after the moved to Chevolette farm. wedding. After a short stay with T. D. Williams and family, who relatives and friends in Lincoln and have been in Cincinnati, for the past Boyle counties the happy couple will vear have moved bock to their farm leave for Illinois to iiake their home. here. Their many friends wish them much Leo Long and family, who have happiness and jov. been living at Toledo, Ohio, for someMr. and Mrs. Allie Cox, of Mt. time has returned to Kcntuiky and Freeman spent Saturday and Sunday will try farming this. vear. with relatives here. Messrs. Win. K ed and f. W. HerMr. Jesse Webb and wife, of Boyle man, who have been in Oklahoma and are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jasper (!ud-di- s. Texas returned home Sunday. After an acquaintance of about G. W. Camden to has two and a half months Miss Pearl Indiunpolis, Ind., after returned visit a short Cook, of this place and Wm. Lind- with his daughter, Mrs. Tnb"fc Rice. say, of Birmingham, Ala., decided to We Mike try their fortunes together. On the Bodner, are glad to learn that has rewho has bwn very ill 20th, they drove to the Methodist turned from Danville hospital much parsonage at King's Mountain and impi oved. were united in marriage by the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gordon, of L. R. Godbey, .while sitting in their Paiksville. spent Sundav with Mr. and buggy. They left after the ceremony Mrs. J. Rice. for the home of the groom. Thev Rev. Shouse filled his appointmer.i were accompanied to the depot bv Saturday and Sunday. He has been .7. M. Hatfield, Mfs. Misses Grace chosen pastor for next year. Young, Evalene Baugh and Leslie Rev. Frec'man, our superintendReed. ent seems very much disheartened W. T. Mnllins was called to the over the small crowds present. phone Sunday morning to receive the sad news of the killing of his brother-in-laof Maretlmig by the fwl II iHl hJHBMaMtaBaW9lal :iwjcxs V'CVSN,wxkvoocoOooOCVWcVvJ 1 r. MHKSfcB HliiiiiiiiiiSiiiPM w w m. rwmj. n h '.iW wrw H KMI"H in tt wW h h mWJ i 'Si ijtfdron Cry for Fletcher n vm VM hm .rr kw m m m v. : uw mc. rep The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of - and has been made unaer his per- sonal supervision since its infancy. !y ffiV Allow no one to deceive vuu in this. d " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Expsriments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-goo- Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its For more than thirty years it has til '"' its nrrar-tco-. Iwon i. i.nastu'it usj for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind CclL cuid Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and' by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids tho assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural 6leep. TLo Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A SNtfiNE rfz"mr CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS Highland W5' Happy Hollow Z$J--J- JT f GC4Vmjr " ii Use For Over 30 Years Hie Kind You Have Always Bought THK CENTAUR COMPANY, NEW YORK CITV. Harris Creek step-daught- An official report from Germany says that since the commencement of 4,998,500 tons of shipping Walter Lasure, of Crab Orchard, the war neutral nabelonging spent last week with friends and tions has to Entente and or conbeen destroyed relatives on Fall Lick. demned as prize by the Central Charlie and Mat Wells, of Eubank, Powers. spent a few days with their brother, last week. One hundred and five Lexington saMisses Jennie Wells and Hazel loons have been granted Iccnse at Wells visited Mrs. T. J. Wells at $750. Crab Orchard last week. spent Mae Green Miss Minnie Sunday with Miss Lillian Howard. Harmon Green is on the sick list FAMILY AVOIDS this week. .It T. Wells, of Crab Orchard, is on Fall Lick this week putting up the smoke stack of his saw mill that fell down last week during the high winds. Miss Jennie Wells. Miss Delia Brock and Arthur Hopkins were the guests of Walter and Miss Myrtle Lasure last Sunday and all reported a good time. George Lasure has gone back to Cincinnati to his work after spending a few days with homefollks. Mrs. Sallie Wilson and Mrs. Maw Todd, of Dripping Springs are spending a few davs with their husbands at Lawman, Ky. Miss Senora Howard, school teach- SERIOUS SICKNESS By Being Constantly Supplied With Thedford's Bfeck-i- ) ught. er at Tyrone, has returned to her home at Layman. and Ella Hoskins Misses Sidney were in town last week shopping. Ike Stapleton. who has been very sick is improving verv slowly. Si Saylor, of Wallin's Creek, Ky a holy roller preacher, is preaching at Tyrone this week. Arthur Hopkins went to Lancaster this week on business. Lowe sold to J. N. Durham, John a number one grade Campbellsville, Xberdeen steer, which lacked three days of being one year old, that weighed 950 pounds at 9 cents, bringOn April 29 he ing him $85.50. weighed 220, Sept. 1st, 515 pounds, October the 1st, lJi, Nov. the 1st. Ii75, Dec. 1st. 7i.pi. Jan, the firist. 830 nnd Feb the Kith 950 pounds. Adair News. !"). w ' one-ha- lf one-ha- lf some good money. f .....1 ...r.. ..nil Mi... w. c...i .un. Ul. r .lllllil'l, Wl Bainbridge. Intl.. who were called Highland a few days since by the illness of Mrs. Surber's brother, J. E. Young, have returned to their home. Beit For Liver And Bowels, Bad Mr. Sanders, of near Waynesburg Breath, Bad Colds, Sour and Messrs. Mnllins of Pulaski, were Stomach the guests of Nathan Hall Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller, of box. Get a Preachersville, were visiting her parSick headache, biliousness, coated ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hen Young Suntongue, head and nose clogged up day. Mrs. Nathan Hall visited her daugh- with a cold always trace this to delayed, fermenting ter, Mrs. Clarence Roberts near torpid in liver; bowels or sour, gassy the foot Stanford last week. Theodore Bastin and family have stomach. Poisonous matter clogged In the moved to Jessamine county and Jess Flannery moved to the place he left. intestines, instead of being cast out into the Mr. and Mrs. Rambo, Mr. and of the system is the Mrs. Jesse Mason, of Maywood, have blood. When this poison reaches condelicate brain tissue, it causes been visiting Mrs. T. D. Williams. Mrs. Mabel Waimuth and baby, of gestion and that dull, throbbing, sickKokomo, Ind have been visiting her ening headache. Cascarels immediately cleanse the parents here, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. stomach, remove the sour, undigested Wright. bile from the liver and carry out ull Mr. Chris Wiser, of near Woodthe constipated waste matter and brother-in-lastock, visited his T. poisons in the bowels. 1). McBee this wecK. tonight will surely A Cascaret Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Huffman and family were the guests of Mr. and straighten you out by morning. They box work while you sleep a Mrs. John Meier Sunday. your Mr. F. A. Rogers made a trip to from your druggist means your head stomach sweet and Burnside a few duys since to visit clear,bowels regular for months. liver 18-and relatives. . 10-ce10-ce- train. pTake'"Cascarets" If ,.r Headachy, Bilious to And Constipated stomach trouble. Ten years ago a friend told me to try which I did, Thedford's and 1 found it to be the best family medicine for young and old. I keep ht on hand all the lime now, and when my children feel a little bad, they ask me for a dose, and it does them more good tlianany medicine they ever tried. We never have a long spell of sickness in our family, since we commenced using is purely Thedford's vegetable, and has been found to regulate weak stomachs, aid digestion, relieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, lieadache, sick stomach, and similar symptoms. it has been in constant use for more than 70 years, and has benefited more lhan a million people. Your druggist sells and recommends Price only 25c Get a tackage y. n. c I2l Black-DraugBlack-DraugBlack-Draught." Black-Draught Black-Draught. to-da- McDuff, Va. "I suffered for several years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, ol this place, "with sick headache, and Make Your Crops Bigger The best way is to put on the right kind of Fertilizer. We have jusr received a couple s of the of car-loadwell-know- n Swift and Armour Brands of Fertilizer And can sell it to you right. E. T. PENCE. 1 Blue Lick Hughes and M'Carty Stanford, Ky. Office Phone 180 Home Phones 152 and 184 Miss Davis visited Miss Lizzie Myrtle Thompson last Sunday. Mrs. J. T. Chasteen continues very ill we are sorry to state. Rev. J. T. Chasteen has been quite sick for a few days but is better at There will he preaching at Mr. J. Rabbins' on next Sunday ut 1:30. Everybody invited. li. ItsSu mmcrTime in Florida A this writing. X. School commenced here last Henderson county farmers who had planned to plant a large potato crop this year will be deterred because of the exorbitant price for seed potatoes, which are quoted at $4 u bushel on the local market. Last year seed potatoes, sold at $3 a bag of two ami one-nu- n uusucis. mow uiu price is $10. It requires ten bushels to tho acre, making seed cost $40 an aire. siuthern Railway 'SAMB. JnLt f t Two Daily Trains: Through Pullman , car leaving Louisville 7:55 p. m., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 p. m. Through Pullman connection on train leaving Louisville 7:20 a. m., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 a. m. is the direct line to Asheville, Aiken, Augusta, Charleston, Columbia, Savannah, Sunimcrvillc and other southern resorts. Dining Car Service The Southern Railway Excursion Fares now in effect Stopover and other special features. Full information and fares from local Southern Railway agent or write B. H. T 44, DUtrict Winter Tourist, Variable Tour and Homeseck-e- n it'r Agent, Surkt BIdf ., LouitvilU.Kr. The Interior Journal, Sta nford, Kentucky: Friday, March 2, 1917. 25 Cents Destroys Your Dandruff And Stops Falling Hair Save Thick, Page Sever Davis' Store barrel. E. B. Manuel, section 0urPriceRemainsAt$15 are the Pure That's Wm. Anderson bought two loads of corn from n German at $4. fit) a Ryland, was in this section visiting Your Hair! Make It his mother Saturday and Sunday. Wnvy And Beautiful He nlso picked up a crew of men to DR. CALDWELL' SYRUP PEPSIN Try This! Our Fabrics tnke back with him. RELIEVES CHRONIC CASE OF has moved to the S. J. Pollard Thin, brittle, colorless and scragLONG STANDING beyond Ottenheim. Hengy hair is mute evidence of a neg- Reider place will move to Same High Grade, ry Ballard the house lected sCnlp; of dandruff that awful After a long period of suffering that he vacated. scurf. why Woolens. The house of J. T. Pence burned with liver and bowel trouble that There is nothing so destructive to brought on piles, during which she the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair to the ground with contents Sunday had tried many remedies without obof its' lustre, its strength and its very night. It is supposed that it caught taining relief, Mrs. Mary J. Jewell, we save you $10 on your life; eventually producing a feverish-ncs- s from some hot coals that were left in of Berrien Springs, Mich., heard of and itching of the scalp, which an ash bucket in the kitchen. The IV. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and obfr tailored-to-measur- e not remedied causes the hair roots family was not nt home when the tained a bottle front her druggist. Suit. if shrink, loosen and die then the burning occurred. This leaves Mr. to inexpensive This simple, laxative hair falls out fast. A little Dander-in- e Pence in a very needy circumstances compound brought almost immediate was no insurance. tonight now any time will There relief and Mrs. Jewell wrote to Dr. surely save your hair. Hugo Schnitzler, a hustling Ger- Caldwell about her case. Get a bottle of Knowlton's man farmer, told us that he had sold In her letter Mrs. Jewell says: "I Dandorine from any drug store or over $1,000 worth of stock, grain and so many things for the piles, toilet counter, and after the first ap- farm produce in the last year and had tried being helped at all, I had plication your hair will take on that still had some to sell with plenty left without life, lustre and luxuriance which is to do hint. How many farmers can about given I up hope of ever being its action, bringing relief in an easy, knew it win the condi- natural way, without griping, or other tiny better. so beautiful. It will become wavy and bent this on a $1,500 farm? liuffy and have the appearance of Wm, Anderson bought a cow from tion of my bowels that caused them, pain or discomfort. Druggists everywhere sell Dr. abundance, an incomparable gloss Andy Adams at five cents n pound. and after I had taken a bottle of your Syrup of Pepsit. I knew it was Caldwell's Syrup YVphi for fifty and softness; but what will please just the medicine I needed. I am very cents a bottle. To avoid imitation you most will be after just a few grateful to you for sending me the and ineffective substitues be mre Olive. weeks' use, when you will actually little boolc the advice and instruc- you get Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. see n lot of fine, downy hair new of Dr. Caldwell's Rev. Owens filled his appointment tions it gives would teach anyone Seo that a 1 hair growing all over the scalp. how to get well and how to keep signature and his portrait appear on here Saturday and Sunday. the yellow carton in which the botThe sick folks of this section are well." City Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin h a tle is packed. A trial bottle, free of better at this writing. combination of simple laxative herbs charge, can be obtained by writing Some of Miss Mnyme Williams, of Williams community, the young men of this with pepsin, free from opiate, or nar- to Dr. W. II. Caldwell, 155 Washing-to- n were entertaining their burg, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. friend, old John Barleycorn Sunday cotic drugs, and is mild and gentle in St., Monticello. Illinois. Edd. Williams, a few days ago. night. John visits this community Born to Mr. and Mrs. Kimberlain, quite frequently of late and sorry to Hull TTrtI(f1rtV .mt.ifl TUn 'irrnjl AT of the Shannon place, a line girl. C,., ,i state is getting a controlling interreacnersvine i.i,nitnn nn. The U. B. F. hall storeroom lately est over them. high quality low pi ice our An automobile got stalled in front both improving. occupied by pool room is empty as Miss Estio was the they asked two dollars more rent. of Miss Oma JohnsonSunday. guest of the old postoliice building on one great advance in cost of woolin spite of Pagett rainy day last week. It is the worst MAIL SHIPMENTS CONFISCATED Thanks are due L.. T. Rankin for Mrs. Lucy Jacobs and 'daughter, any turnpike in hole fact tailors are a bunch of ripe L.bananas which he were visitors in Stanford last week. mud rhi, ismithe sixth machinetheto conn- - L ,, , ,1 0,.(lor lquoP consid-herens; in spite of honM stall ,u.o Grubbs as a treat They were the guests of Harry Ja- ty. gave to Prof. E. e inilinK u, experience a month. in selling cheaper qualities higher prices; in to the High School last week. trouble from the "bone dry- cobs and family. Mrs. Jane Bell is better at this lernble Mrs. Elizabeth Owens, grandmothnU) whj(.h they lmve taU?8 Egbert and Albert Johnson offering er of Mr. Everett Owens, has been Rev. Owens visited Mr. Ernie and writing. of fact making shipments of liquors. It and uur mend, Jir. n.y. Aiicierson, i ,,;,,,.,.,, whhrv that, i number real sick the past week. Alva Jacobs Sunday. cotton-mixe- d (li1 ,.,,section, ions us mat his , ,,, fabrics price of all-woMr. F. T. Burke, owner of the teli,.i Miss Eflie Carpenter was the guest Canaan has never fully recovered , shoulder by'the state au- 'confiscated ephone and postoiftcc building, has of Miss Oma Bastin Sunday. '' front injuries receive J when his team thoritk.s whik otni,rs wero e fabrics. repaired the stair steps to the exGeorge Perkins went to Crab Orunmanageable some time ago. j to tJ change this week. nrierj4. chard Saturday. says .Mrs. , is naving a, Wm. Gibson, who was injured in f nr...iil BE MEASURED; TODAY George Perkins and Ernest tie time with rtiiuorson rising in her a severe bad telephone repairing at Danville two Gooch weie in Stanford Prof. woek. condition is the heavy cancellation last head. weeks ago, is getting well slowly at placed before the enact300 All Wool Samples Miss Marietta King has resumed of orders the various laws. One mail bis home at Shelby City. ment of iter school here since the return of order house returned W. Mack Baucom is now working remittances good weather. She has several pupil.', previously received Always Reliable by it to an in the superintendent office on the Q. lot of children amount over $250. Others are being and there are still a & C. in Danville. The wreck at Sloan's Valley Friday Stanford Experiences Going Back For who should be in school but are idling compelled to do the same thing, it is away their time. night at 10 o'clock in which Mr. Ed claimed, in many cases where orders Nearly Five Years Messrs. G. L. and Henry Blnnkcn-shi- p accompanied Weddle and Mr. Oscar Robrets, of by remittances have left for ISloomington, 111., on been received within the past ten Danville, were killed and L. C. Kirby Kidney weakness can be cured. Monday last. was badly scalded and tied up But what caused it once will cause August Bartels, of Griffin Str.tion, days. Hustonville, Ky. traffic till 2 o'clock Sundav. again. Most of the m:il order houses are it has just bought a new automobile. Chas. West, Id and Miss Cora Here's a Stanford man wbn lm He is reported to be running it some considering it reduction in their ofRowsey, 14, were united in matri- had several fice forces. Georire D. Mattingly attacks. without any gasoline at all. mony at Mt. Freeman church a few nt' lin lin-- V iot lll.llor.' Ill Several times in nearly five years W. F. Ballard lias returned from Cn n, days aero by Rev. Edwards. This a Mr. Spoonamore has used Doan's the Buck Creek section, where he the city is contemplating a material pity that such children should be al- Kidney Pills. AND GOOD went to run foxes. While there he reduction, according to the statement lowed to secure license to wed at so He says that Doan's have never was a guest of Mr. George Gooch of one of its officials. The Continenis half of a Good Sale. Let me cry tender an age in Kentucky. re- BUSINESS CARDS. your sale and I will get you top L. M. Pence, of Stanford, has tak- failed hint.five , and Dan Brown. The creek was too tal Liquor company has alreadyUin- ...,.. Winced its o ,ice toree. The P. K. ,i ..;,. Nearly years ago Mr. Spoona- u:..k prices. I will go anywhere you want en Mike Qonn's place nt the Cumbermore publicly endorsed Doan's. me to and always treat you right. the red foxes on the other side, so caster and Company house state hey house Mr. He his statement. What they had to content themselves with 'i mnke no reduction at the lr.-9M. JOHNSON Leveling Phone 1920. H. D. 1, Stanford, Ky. land Grocery Co.'s family here soon better now affirmsmerit? Conn and estimable will proof of R. .i.nmn,- - tlw. ..liistv.. .rr..v fnv,. nn BUI time. V wcnsiioru .uuaeiiKei move to Irvine. J'roved by years of experience. Be sure your title is good. Let me this side, though not considered as Mr. Elmer Tucker and family hav" Destitute ond brooding over his inTold by Stanford people. survey your land purchase for you, line sport as chasing the red because i moved from Danville to the Tom Stra-dIn This is convincing testimony. and make certain. Will go anywhere the reds are better and longer run- ability to secure work, Frank .Kbot Hamner propertv. Glad to get such a a laborer of Indianapolis, J. T. Spoonamore, Whitley Ave.. ners. good family back. a M. C. Newland, Stanford, says: "Four is business meeting at three of his children to deatli as tliey Misses Annie and Alma Cosby, of was run down with my years I ago I ii, Saturday ,.i,.,,...i. Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, Tinlav in bed and later fued a bullet i"t n.,n.,. back. could Lexington, nre here with Earl Cos- not stoop or do any lifting to ning and Guttering Guranteed. sis- - his brain amount Both Mrs. Ben Iloltzclaw and awhile. and The AM BOURNE Myers' Pumps and Gray Engines by Mrs. friendsKing, of Moreland, sold to anything.frequentkidney secretions ter, Mrs. Susan Ednuston toare still Riley were too in passage and poorly. They were unable attend W. K. to a Mr. Slreiff, of Lexington, a caused, me a great deal of annoyance. the burial of Mr. Iloltzclaw. AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. Stanford, Ky. place here for .$1,800. Posses- I tried about a dozen different all the Phone 188 is getting Elmore Mr. Menefee The high dollar at your sale sion to be given March 10th. Mr. and of medicines but I did not getkinds along nicely on his new store buildanv time and at lowest price; sales Mrs. IL F. Ewing and family who better. I used Doan's Kidnev Pills ing. cried anywhere. Service now occupy it will probably rent the finally and by the time I had taken Misses Nora Smith and Ruby h Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense Livery Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Jesse Routt place on Bellevue avenue two boxes of this medicine the trouhave recovered from measles. opposite G. A. Dunn's. ble was removed." (Statement given Buggies; Open Day and Night. Mr. Ben Kennedy is quite sick of John Mngee, Sr has rented the December 29, 1911). Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a heart and stomach trouble. J. M. REYNOLDS Faulconcr-Shelbgrocery store on USES DOAN'S AGAIN Trial, We Will Please You. Mr. Benjamin Iloltzclaw, aired 75 i' WAYNESBURG. UNDERTAKER, On November 13, 1910 Mr. Spoon- years, departed this life on Sui.day H. H. Carter, Manager. Walnut street in Danville, and will Phone 5. W CI i go from here every day to sell goods amore said: "I am always glad to last, Calls answered day or night. We carry a large and complete stock after a short illness of bronchial of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford. Ky. there, while his son. John will take recommend Doan's Kidnev' Pills. They pneumonia. After a short service at ; care of his big stock here. always help me when I have need t'o the late home here, on Monday mornline No. - Phone: Farmers' The Triangle Club of Missionaries use a kidney medicine." Woodstock line No. ing by Mr. J. C. McClary, of Stanof .Mrs. J. W. Bailey of the Christian Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't ford, the mortal remains of the fine . church are to raise $70 to send Mary simply ask for a kidnev remedy old gentleman and neighbor were folI am prepared to vaccinate for AnNeeda Diaz of Porto Rico to a Nor-- get Doan's Kidney Pills the same lowed to their last resting place, CONTRACTING Black Leg, and all other mal school this year. thrax, that Mr. Spoonamore has twice rec- where interment occurred in the old See B. L. FAGALY for Contracting Mrs. F. M. Sampson, of Barbour-vill- ommended. tock diseases. Co., Ashlock burial ground on the Lanand Building of any sort Houses, wife of Judge Sampson, of Props., Buffalo, N. Y. JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, caster and Stanford pike, near Dick's Barns, Etc. Stanford, Kentucky. Phone 204. Ky. Court of Appeals at Frankfort, and Stanford, river. Deceased is survived by his sister of Dr. J. R. Steele came by to wife, who was before marriage to see Dr. Steele and family last week To Mr. Iloltzclaw, Miss Emily Willis, on her way home from Frankfort. W. W. BURGIN Bus Between also four brothers, who reside in the I represent tho largest Judge Lafe Sharpe, of Liberty, fn orrftr clotlilns houso and Lost DENTIST West, and one half brother, the aged in Danville was through here with Mrs. Sharpe BJ V Price ami Co., Chicago.this rountrr ex- Mr. Frank Iloltzclaw, of Garrard. 111. Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays My pull at the heart and dirtctins the was going there to undergo an opera- perience in Daily Except Sunday Mr. Iloltzclaw was an uncompromat Crab Orchard of your clothes, Children and their slightest Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) tion. Dr. Sweenejwtccompanied them. over one who is not ak'ivs me the advantage ising republican of the old school, a practical tailor. If you Capt. D. C. T. Grubbs writes that will tyve me your order, I will promise you a strict member of the Christian church at Stanford at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. illness means anxiety. will pet the Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at he and Gen. Pershing's 12,000 troops square deal. Tou tho clieapett worth of your and it quiet, unassuming citizen. He Office in Lincoln Bank Binding For nearly a half century grades or the served in the Union army durir.g the arrived in U. S. in February and are money, either in My 9:00 a. m. and 1:80 p. m. higher prices. mothers have had Dr. King's rebellion and received an honorable Bundles and Packages Carried at now at old camp at El Paso, Texas. SPRING AND SUMMER Lieut. David H. Young. Jr., of Lex- line of samples Is now ready for Low Charges discharge at the end of his service. New Discovery at hand for PENNINGTON, jour T. W. ington, is with First Kentucky NaCan now and let me show you. "Uncle Ben," as he was familiarly O. L-- MINKS. Pronrietor croup, congestion, coughs, tional Guards there too and Capt. Practical DENTIST DI TPI 7 V Stanford, Tailor known, by his friends everywhere, colds and grippe. Kv was up to the last year or so, an arI be were made honorary Grubbs and The mildly laxative inredienls Stanford, Ky. Myers Home Flats of Col. Hayden dent sportman, adept with rod or John M. Casey, D. V. M. members Spanish War Y, Grubbs' expel the cold germs, the choking Office 240 Res. 16S possessed of a remark Camp of Phone: rrun and was veterans a few phleirm is raised, the congested chest Veterinary Surgeon nights ago. Capt Grubbs will leave able vigor for one of his years. He is relieved, the cough loosened and Cincinnati Veterinary College for the Philippines with his family Grad. will be missed by a wide circle ofj a senoua illness is nvcrted. (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) about April 5th, for two years. friends. Wts extend our sympathy to Get of bottle of Dr. King's New J. B. PERKINS Office. Farris' Stable Mrs. W. R. Sears and daughter, tho bereaved family. Discovery at your druggitt Kentucky Miss Sallie Mae, of Somerset, were Danville, DENTIST is reported Mrs. Wm. Dyehouse the guests of Mrs. L. T. Rankin las', as about the same, no improvement Lincoln Bank Building Rooms week. STANFORD. KY. Phone 214 Crescent Miss Emily Murphy was among Stanford friends Saturday and wisMsWr Hope Almost Abandoned When She Found Remedy foreman nt g n T SUITS MADE TO ORDER 25-co- - 18-- junction We maintain the spite the and ;,,. ! the that other at that other tailors are at the ,,, - ol ,!,.,,. ..,,,. .j ,. return-becam- LRoutenberg I PROFESSIONAL Surveying and AUCTIONEER 1 - . "When Stanford Doubt Take Bath." WARNER r, CAPT. re and Auto Par-ris- y V 'riJvmEBr -- VACCINATE , e, Foster-Milbur- n 18-- 1 Auto the Public: and Stanford mailt-u- -i innk-m- e VlurLL Get on theFMngLine VSin'lsV , . 28-2- i I 9, R. M. Amos, of Gutherio, who is here as deputy head consul of the eighth district of Modern Woodmen, will give a banquet nt the McCollum Aberdeen-Angu- s A. D. house one night next week at which 4Ky. Stanford, Phone 254 Southdown Sheep, Duroc Jersey Hogs all good prospective candidates and Woodman who brings him will The best bloodlines of each of these the give.' n plate. All are invited to be s individ- - come famous breeds. and bring their wives and have for sale at all times a good social time. R. F. D. No. S can have all ailments of their horses, E. V. Carson, Prop. Mrs. D. B. Fox and daughter, Mrs. live stock promptly cattle and other E. L. Grubbs visited Mrs. Ella Cloyd Stanford, Kentucky by and expertly attended and family at the Hughes Horn farm near the Boyle and Mercer line FriDR. H. A. PICKETT day and Saturday. King's Mountain, Ky. Veterinarian, Miss Christine Fox, of Danville, L. Beazley & Co. wns the guest of her aunt Miss Nancy Fox of Bowcn Friday till Monday. C. McCLARY Plumbing,, Tinning Heights Sun-da- HNKMSB-JtS- V y. and Repairing of ail kinds. For any work of this sort, seo -'- iJsWsMfc-'wfsflWHsisssW Stock PARSONS Farm Cattle BAUGHMAN'S South End Farmers High-clas- yon to succeed TVIn lifewsnt must know vou what It new In dullness sod Indus try, in invention, ano science. Oct out of Um rut; get on the Urine: line. Read w "HEN FEED Here is the Mixture: 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. 99 Popular Science Monthly' t!i roost Interesting and useful magazine, tlte bircett money's worth. Bvery mouUt We are making a mixed feed for chickens from clean wholesome grain and feed, proportioned to make an ideal food for the fowls. J. tad J. 300 PietWM 300 Article Lucien Lyne wijl ride for King Alfonso this season. His terms were accepted by cablegram Tbursduy and ho sailod for Spain February 26. WTTI all for only 19 cents. All the new Ideas and imii, " Inventions in cicciricny anu automobiles and aeroplane, In vliopwurK arul in funnlnz, sod in machinery, month, Including refrigcratoro, poultry uouien, furniture, automobile, shop repairs, etc I it full nf mnnewmaJcimr. strivsavtntf Idea. lit Is written 11 ptala fcniliE lor men and boys. Howtomihothlnrsathomo. goparesevery Undertaker Oflcs Fbona 1ST - Embalmer Home Undertaker - EmHlmer AUCTIONEERING can get you highest prices for yout land, stock, crops or household goods Sales Cried Anywhe- -i JOHN B. DINW1DDIE, Mor.Und. I 15 Cents Ret It from Copy $1.50 a Year STANFORD. KY. Phone 85 Phone 42, Stanford. Ky. newsdealer or write direct to J'opular science siouuiiy, zxi ruunn aic, n. . Too(ctace?7frt4t(yaasarl2c.itp Cnrt? it puUfs sxd bsuUm tilt Biffcr. rivLu J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, . KEi TUCKY V Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Farm and Stock News V. A. Lonr a team Friday, March 2, 1917. en. z IV: 13jv- x LlS -- fcrx? r T Center Hros., of Gnrrnrd, sold to of mules for ?500. One Dote of Remedy Sweeps Pain J. II. Wilder bought n Peraoy heifAway Hundreds of Thousands er from Atlolph VonGrucnignn for Restored $ 12. J. A. Spoonamorc sold to .Iesc marc mulo for Fox a three-year-ol- Stomach Agonies Due To Poison Auction Sale U. S. d - - aUMHf J araSP V' ; Wi'wv?6riB! s ijsai-Sii- v "sxr: . - IK&lAS I THIS BUCKEYE $8.50 FREIGHr PAID Wc have others $8.50 and up; 60 Eggs to I 600. Write for catalog. We pay the freight. Our Garden Seed Catalogue Now Ready. Write for it. You may Save Money. Golden Blend Coffee, 25c Pound. 3 Four Pounds Sent Postpaid for $1. It's beginning to sell in Lincoln county. Try it today and be satisfied. This Week's Seed Prices: Fancy I Fancy Fancy I Fancy j vvuue ( Red Clover Seed, per .bushel, Sapling or Mammoth, " $12.25 12.25 Timothy, per bushel, 2.85 Northwestern Alfalfa, per bushel, 10.50 .87 cui'u wdL5, put UUM1C1, Bags Extra At Cost. Freight Paid to Your Station. r t $130. Mart Ilikor, of tho West End, sold to Ed Uuehnnnn, n Jersey milk cow for $7r,. A. M. Pence bought of L. V. Stone a nice Jersey cow and calf, for which he paid $(!fi. Herbert N. Arnold, of Pcrryville, sold to Kverett Muster, of Mercer. :i nice horse mule for SI 00. Alirir Weddle of Hustonville, sold to Charlie Dunn, of the "same place, a woik mule for Sl'Jfi. Alfred Thompson, out on Rural Route .'!. bought five cows from Adolph VonGruenigan ut a fancy price. Roy M. Ware, out on the Crab Orchard pike, bought nine light hogs of George Logan at nine and a half cents a pound. Hughes & McCartv sold a lot of corn to H. C. Haughman at $5.00. They also sold some to Felix White at the saem price. Burton Bro.s, of near Hustonville, bought a pair of work mules of Owen Dameron, of jit. Salem for .$275. At a public sale of Duroc Jersey sows ami gilts at Forest Home Farm in Woodford county 52 head rverag-e- d $12i. One sow by Defender sold sold for Clay county farmers shipped out twelve cai loads of Irish potatoes over the new Cumberland & Manchester railroad, realizing an average of $2.25 per bushel. J. K. Uaughman, of Morcland, sold to Jesse Fox 15 head of mules to be delivered at King's Mountain at an average of $105. They were delivered Thursday. Mr. Raughman also sold Walter Wilkinson a pair at the same price. One of the hghest prices ever paid for Jessamine county land was recorded this week when Mrs. Thompson paid $10,000 cash to George Woods for !! acres of improved land four miles south of Nicholasville, on the Danville pike. Two hundred and fifty-fohoies. chiefly trotters, were sold at a total oT .$02,520, with an average of $247, at three days spring sale Kentucky Sales Company at Lexington. Top price $1,2H(1. Youngsters with promising features were particularly in demand and these brought fancy prices. Harnett & Lyon, of Shelbyville, bought of Christ Cameniscb two Ilolstein milk cows at $S5; of W M. Bright & Sons two at $125 and oT Albert VonGruenigan six Jcwy milk cows for J. L. Bea'.ley accompanied the gentlmen on the purchasing trip and was of great assisfour-year-old two-year-old ur W I J f" Asls!sW tw T in "jlssw .. Army Horses Direct from San Antonio, Texas Tuesday, March 6, 1917 Mayr's Wonderful Remedy is unlike any other. It sweeps the Bile and Poisonous Catarrhal Accretions from tho System. Soothes and nllays inflammation in the Intestinal Tract the cause of serious and fatal ailments, such as Gall Stones, Appendicitis, Acute Indigestion, Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines Yellow Jaundice, Constipation, Gastritis, Auto Intoxication, etc., etc. In every locality there are grateful people who owe their complete recovery to Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Thousands say it has saved them from the knife. The most thorough known. Contains no alcohol drugs. or FRKE booklet on Stomach Ailments. Address Geo. II. Mayr, Mfg. Chemist, Chicago. Better yet, obtain a bottle of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy from The Penny Drug Store or any reliable druggist, who will refund your money if it fails. system-cleanser habit-formin- At 10 A. M. At W. B. Burton's Barn Lancaster, Ky. One Car Load of Fine Horses of the type that has been used by the Government in Mexican service. These horses are all young, were carefully selected by the most expert horsemen in United States and examined and passed by the best veterinaries in the world. These horses will be sold at auction, without reservation, to the highest bidder. to Gentlemen, this is a chance of a secure fine animals at your own price. There are a few hard down work horses in the shipment. These horses are now at Mr. Burton's Barn in Lancaster. Call and see them. Horses can be seen and worked out at any time before the auction. life-tim- g GERMANY'S MACHINATIONS ! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL : Covington, : : : : Kentucky tance to them. At the W. M. Word's sale in Scott county, brood sows sold at $.'!2 to $45; fat hogs, averaging in weight between 100 and 175 pounds, at $19.-5shouts at from $0.50 to $13.50; steer cattle, $71.05 r. head; ewes and 0; The revelation of Germany's propositi, to Mexico for an alliance to make war on the United States, with the seduction of Japan to joir. in the same enterprise, would be astounding if the proponent were any other Power than Germany. No revelation of Gerany's machinations or activities could be astounding now. The latest disclosure of German desperation would even be surprising if it were not so signally loss the emanation of statecraft than of foolcraft. tis value, if it has a value, is not so much in any new light it throws on the methods and motives of Prussian-isaffecting the American continent as in the shock with which it should galvanize the suspended Americanism of every American mollycoddle and degenerate who has any Americanism even in suspension. Men in Con gress, those of you who are mollycoddles or degenerates, and those of you who are just plain is it any longer necessary fcr a Zeppelin of the Kaiser to drop a bomb among you to arouse you to a realization of the fact that there is graver work for you to do than the engrossment of your energies in pork statesmanship, in drink statesmanship or even in partisan politics? Courier Journal editorial. m tat-wits, e Remember the Date and Hour Tuesday, March 6, 1917, 10 a. m. KING & EBLEN CASH for ACCOUNTS The Only Keeley We ct you cash on Accounts, Notes, Institute in Kentucky Chums, by collecting quickly anywhere in United States. Collection guaranteed or no charges. : : : : : MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Somerset, Ky. ssb- -9 tT-- J hiA er hay brought $14.80; coi.i. $0.00 a barrel; one mate sold foi S150; one pair of mules. $300; one pair mules, $352.50; foddc. 15 to 20 cents. There were lots of mule on tho Winchester market Monday, but buyer and seller were so fur apj'rt-thathere were not a great mam sales. Prices langed from $185 to $250. Hamilton it Hodgkins sold three teams at an average price of $450. Caywood it McClintock bought five head at an average of $200. The cattle market was quiet. Of the 000 on the market less than 200 sold. The supply was far greater than the deranged from 5 to 7 mand. t , 3-- lambs, $10.50 to S13.10 a hea-l- ; clov- Stanford veterinarian, tells the I. J. that W. B. Cover, Jr., of the West End of Lincoln county, has lost two head of cattle from black leg and that he vaccinated the rest of his bunch of a bundled or so and hopes to save them from the disease. "Enclosed find my check-- for $1.50 for your good, newt.y paper another year. Don't let me miss a copy," O. Williams, of the More-lan- d writes section. BLACK LEG Dr. John M. Cook, the well-know- n For any information apply to J. B. WILLIS Crab Orchard, Kentucky 4 HERE'STKEHOG cents. POSTTli- M. D. Collar Pads All Sizes, 18 to 24 Klmore. PUBLIC SALE Ai our Winter Stock of Clothing is jt.ll largt. we are compelled to sell mire at greatly reduced prices to room tor our spring lioods. 410 00, $12.50, $15.00 and up to 425.00 values, now going at cost. VS ; have some Overcoats that you on't afford not to buy. These are good unci. : : : : : r at A m 4 SMKlv"rS If J I Robinson's ! AT Having sold our farm, we will oll'er at public auction on the premises near Morcland, beginning at 10 A. M., on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1917 The following property, t: 40 Cents nOURBON REMEDY' CO.. Lsxlnzton, Ey. Enclosed find photo of hot' that was cured of yom Uourbon Hog Cholera Remcholera with edy. This lioi;vas almost (lxud fcutore 'isltisr the medicine, end then wus entirely cured, except loss of cars, tall. etc. Tho ltuirls owned by Mr. Skiles Ewlnsr of KowllncOrten, Ky. He wig be triad to L'lvo you e testimonial, and wo can cct several inure It you want lhv" JBNK1NS-SU13LKT- 1 ld hands, tape measure; performer and good breeder. 15 1 Three-year-ol- d jack, registered and fine jack, 14 Turnersville Supply Co. Turnersville, Kentucky high and a good one. 2 Jennets, in foal. 40 Choice yearling steers. 5 Black heifers, bred to Hereford hands III! I. , IBIIMaHaBlIHaMHIaHalMlH Mr. Farmer We have on hand now a number of Chattanooga Plows-t- he best on the market for your spring needs. Come in and look themjjover before you buy. I pounds. About 75 barrels oT Corn. 200 Bales of Timothy Hay. 20-Ye- ar Lot of loose Hay. Farming Implements of various in sums of $2,000 or more. No loan k nils, etc., etc. fee charged. Phone or Write Lot of Household and Kitchen fur- P.ull. 5 cows bred to Hereford Bull. 3 Calves. averaging about 100 12 Shouts, DRUG CO., Bowline Green, Ky Aek Your Druggist for It. Sold By PENNY DRUG STORE E. R. Coleman, Prop. Stanford, Ky. THE An Elegant Assortment of FARM LOANS niture. D. A. THOMAS Lancaster, Ky. TKRMSi-Ma- de sale. Sale to begin promptly at 10 A. 15, 1917. M.. Thursday, C. M. HACK & SONS, Moreland, Ky. J. B, Dinwiddle, Auctionner. Mi-rc- known on day of WATCHES Just received direct from the factory to be sold at v k R. M. NEWLAND Headauarters for Best FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Stanford. Kv. Phone 168 and 4B. GEORG& H. FARRIS 18-4- t. 99 Reasons vhy WARE! First reason, it lasts j third reason, it is modern and sanitary; vrcond" reason, it satisfies the other reasons you will find out ufter using. Come In and see tie many useful articles we have for your kitchen. it pays to buy ALUMINUM Field Seeds have a full line of High Grade Farm Seeds such as clovers, timothy orchard, blue grass red top, etc. Write for samples and delivered I Popular Prices and Guaranteed If you need a watch don't fail to inspect this line. We also have in stock, Wa.tch Fobs and Chains, Cuff Links, Bracelets, Rings, Fountain Pens, Etc. LaVallieres, prices. W. E. PERKINS, Kentucky Crab Orchard, W. BUSH NELSON Lexington, Kentucky 4t-eo- w The Lincoln Pharmacy J. W. ACEY, Proprietor Stanford, Kentucky i'4