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JL Tuesdays and Fridays Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, March 6, 1917 ' WILSON TAKES OATH SUNDAY John Frost, a bachelor of 86 years, OFFICES MAY CONSOLIDATE A TEDIOUS TRIP OVER DOINGS IN CIRCUIT COURT is dead at Nicliolasvillc. President Wilson took the oath of A Lexington dispatch says: With Mr. Hugh Noo got in Sunday years a The Lincoln circuit court resumJudge II. G. Botts, a prominent the intent of cutting down revenue office for his second term nt noon morning from Burksvillo, prominent citizen of Somerset, died which ed operations this morning after an lawyer of Owenton is dead. expenses in Kentucky the consolida- - Sunday in his room nt the Capitol, ho left the middle of the week, adjourment last week. from last Saturday. Before n desk piled with executive Flacc passage on one of the Cum- The case .of Tom Fish, charged with The seventh enndidnte for jnilcr tion of tho Seventh nnd Eighth in- The $5,000 residence of Shullon con- - business laid before him in the berland river packets and had some cutting his wife and mother-in-laReams, of Middlesboro, burned. Fire of Scott county has lust announced. ternal districts nt Lexington is by tho United States gov--' ing hours of Congress, nnd surround-ernme- experience that wns more Insting first occupied tho attention of tho originated from the furnace. Cash wheat went to $2 per bushel - ecl by members of his official family, than pleasnnt. In fact it took him according to information recourt. Tom is a Crab Orchard proThe bill to relieve Federal Judges nt Toledo, O., Saturday, tho first ceived just two days here. The consolidation in- -' the President reaffirmed with nnd three nights to duct and has tho reputation of being when mentally or physically disabled time since the Civil War. the saving to tho government lifted hand nnd grave features, his make the trip of 80 miles, which a "bad man." Ho wns given was defeated in the House of RepreEverett Burnett, who killed his to uphold the Constitution is made in twelve hours or three to five years at Frankfort. $30,000 per annum sentatives. wife near Williamsburg a year ago, of approximately of one office organ promise in maintenance in whatever crisis mav confront thn less. High water and a short supply John Englomnn, known as "Big The Econqmy Stock Co., n Leban- was given a life sentence last week. ization to which there would be a Nation in the momentous four years of coal caused the delay. At lock No. Foot John," ehnrged with crushing II. C. Cornett, of Morgan county, slight offset of increased traveling uctore t. on dry goods concern, has gone to 21 a halt of mnny hours was made in the skull of Mitchell Dotson, will be the wall. Henry Spragens was made has been returned to the Frankfort expenses of the field staff. Until reAfter ho had repeated solemnly order that water might rise to n tried tomorrow. It will bo repen because he violated his parole. assignee. cently the Seventh, or Lcxngton dis- the cath taken first by Washington a point where the boat would go over membered that Dotson, who is a citBasIn the State Interscholastic. in century and n quarter ngo, he kissed the lock, the water bong to high to izen of the Southern Five firemen were killed nnd three end of the held under tho trict, wns second in importance others injured, one of whom may die, ketball tournament College, 0vons-bor- o the State, while the Eighth was the the Bible at the passage reading: use the government device. Many county, was found in Macksville, in "The Lord is our refuge; a very tunes on the route the boat would an unconscious condition and that n building on auspices of Centre when three floors of county, although High School won the champion- smallest,the largest Anderson fire in Detroit collapsed. whisky producing present help in time of trouble." one of land and the stokers nnd others Englcmnn was arrested at Lobanon, ship by defeating Somerset 12 to 9. Mrs. Fannie Bryan, an aunt of Chief Justice White administered would go in Kentucky, is located in to wheh place Four citizens of Versailles, in- counties district. Inspectors recent- the oath nnd was the first to extend short was 10 inc woous ior Itiuoi, so charge, tie ho had skipped, on tho I5cn Bryaii. out on the Danville pike, the coal supply. was a latter first admitted that ho cluding Albert Gooch, formerly of the investigated conditions in both Ids congratulation. Wringing tho tedious trip, but Mr. Noo and the is dead at Franklin. Her husband was ly this county, sued the L. & N. rail- districts and are said to have rec- Pesidcnt's hand, the Chief Justice other passengers got lots for their struck Dotson but later denied it. Confederate soldier. a Dotsou's mind lias been a blank They Mrs. Wesley Duncan, aged 08, is road for $72,000 for damages. Gooch ommended consolidation. Ben Mar- looked fervently into his face for a money. The fare is $3 for the trip, since ho was struck and is in a most which includes dead at Monticello. She was a daugh- were given $1,000 and Mr. shall is collector in the Lexington foment nnd said brokenly: berth and meals pitiable condition. The case against ter of William Bnrtleson and is got $150. district, nnd John TV. Hughes, in the "Mr. ITcsident, 1 am vrey, very seven meals and three lodgings and Englcmnn looks like a bad one nnd A Cabinet crisis has arisen in Chi-- n Jiappy.' survived by her husband and three with hendquarters at the trip thrown in for $3 is going his prospects for being sent "over Eii'hth, n owinir to the President hnving re brothers. f a.Members of the Cabinet then some for this day of high cost of liv- the road" are most flattering. crowded up with expressions of re- ing. It was about the cheapest experDevelopment ' of coal lands in fused to approve the decision of the Tho suit of J. B. Robinson, ck, gard. Mr. Wilson received them with ience the clover hustling traveling Letcher county, Kentucky, will be Cabinet that China should follow the HELM SURPRISED EM. United States Congressman Harvey Helm surely a, smile and then turned back to his representative lor tho lnternatonal against the Equitable Life Assuraided by the Louisville & Nashville with Germany. and sever relations this desk to complete his interrupted Harvester Co. has had in a long time, ance Society is set Tor being after railroad through extensions and his friends and noon. The sued All the cvcidqncc on the Laconia treated double tracking. but he says he hopes it will bo many for $200,000.company is to a great surprise by task. Mr. Robinson carried Vice President Marshall did not a day before he has a repetition of James Turner, aged 77, is dead in destruction now compiled at the State quietly slipping off, just after the twenty-fiv- e a $10,000 policy which has been paid adSunday. Garrard, after a long illness. He is Department shows that jeopardy such. President had made and the amount sued for is claimed of dress to Congress, and his recent Lex- take the oath were put in survived by two sons, John nnd Joe Americans by going to as the share of the ntofits duo the the Turner, of Lancaster, and Mrs. Joe their lives killed. German submarine. ington, where he was married to ,. Wilson Is the 28th President. "MOTHER CARTER" DEAD insured, tho claim being set up that Three were Pope, of Hyattsvillc. Bruce, of ' Woodrow Miss Mary McRobcrts "Mother is tho 28th, It is stated that President Wilson Stanford. The Congressman arrived President of Wilson United States, known to herCarter," as she was tho policy Mr. Robinson carried Participation in n spy plot formed many fiiends and adthe ho in the United States to aid Germany will call an extra session of Congress in Lexington at 8 :00 A. M., was mar- reckoning Cleveland's two terms as mirers, died at the home of her stated that the was to share in tho company. The nttor-ncy- s is charged in indictments returned to convene within a foninight. Plans ried and en route to Washington on seperate ones because he was the daughter, Mrs. Lena Holley, at "Leb- profits of for the plaintiir had an expert men by a Federal grand are on foot for a fight to change the the 11:10 A. M. tarin, so he was only President serving twice who anon Junction Friday night of trouagainst three figure on the profits anil lie found rules of the Senate to prevent fil- hardly missed in Washington by his was not jury in New York. bles incident to old age. The remains held, Mr. RobThe conference report on the Pos- ibuster such as marked the last days friends and colleagues, Mr. Helm and ..Virginia lends in the nativity of were brought to her late home at that on the $10,000 due the above inson's heirs are tal Appropriation Hill, embodying of the session just closed. his bride have been sweethearts for Presidents. Eight of her sons Rowland and Sunday afternoon after amount. The plaintiff is represented With the arrest of Fritz Kolb, a many years, and their wedding is the Washington, the Reed "bone dry" amendment, Jefferson, Madison, appropriate remarks there by Mr. J. by Attorneys J. E. Robinson, of was approved by the Senate. It now German at Hobokcn, N. J., and the outcome of their pleasant courtship. Monroe, William Henry Harrison, C. McClnry, they were taken to Buf- Lancaster, and Ed C. O'Rear, o findnir of two bombs with slow fuses In the event that Congress takes its goes to the President. Tyler, Taylor and Wilson have falo Springs Cemetery and laid to and the defendant by Possible extension of naval war- in his room, police believe they hr.ve usual recess, it is the'intention of the held the highest office in the gift of rest to await the resurrection morn. Frankfort, Alex Humphrey and W. Marshall fare to the Pacific was forecast in an frustrated a by blowing up plot to happy couple o go to the Philippine the .nation. She is survived by six children muniBullitt, of Louisville, and L. L. Walinquiry by a Chinese legation ofiicial aid Germany Ohio has given six sons to the Mrs. Alice Holloy, Mrs. Lena Holley, was Islands with a congressional party as to what the United States had tions plants in this country. Italleg- early this spring. Since returning to presidency. They were Grant, Hayes, dipt. James A. Carter, Capt Walter ker, of Lancaster. Fromofappearances one the case rumored that as a part of the ship problem. done on Washington the bride and groom Garfield, Benjamin Harrison, McKin-le- y W. Carter, Capt George Carter and stubbornly will bo ones that tho most fought has been The Naval Armor Plant Board ed plot an attempt was to be made have been the recipients of much soand Taft. was a sister of the late Alfred Davis, tried in the Lincoln circuit court in will be in Louisville March 1(5 to bear upon the lfe of President Wilson, cial attention. Washington Cor. to xOt all the vocations in life the of Crab Orchard, was born in years. All of the attorneys except Mr. arguments of representatives of Lou- but after investigation the police Advocate. law has furnished most Presidents. county on Sept. 9, 1841. She Robinson, who is ill are on tho isville, New Albany and Jcfforson-vill- o are of tho opinion that no attack of Nineteen chief executives of the was twice married, her first husband ground ready for action. seeking the award of the site. this nature had been contemplated. MUCH OIL LAND LEASED United States were lawyers at the being James Roberts. Her second given a John Baker, who ty bis inaugural address at WashJ. M. Craig paid $598.75 for five Monroe Thompson, real estate timet they were elected. Throe arc husband, who also died many years sentence last week was killing life Lofor shaies of the capital stock of the ington President Wilson declared man of the Waynesburg section, who classified as statesmen; two as sol- ago, was Capt. James A. Carter, for renzo D. King in Bank of Mt. Vernon sold at public "we may be drawn on by circumstan was here Monday told the I. J. that diers, two as farmers, one as a pub-li- e a long time frieght conductor on the last year, was at Moreland this July of mornsentenced auction Monday by the administr- ces, not by our purpose or desire, to about 30,000 acres of land in tho L. & N. Mrs. Carter had been a mem- ing. Judge Hardin took occasion to official. ator of the estate of the late George a more active assertion of our rights Southern end of Lincoln had been Seventeen Christian and a more immediate association leased for oil and gas purposes and college men; Presidents have been ber of the was a mostchurch for many say a few words to Baker that it is Levisay. one was graduated years and excellent womof the crew of the with the great struggle itself." He that he had taken many of tho lens- from West Point, nine had a collegi- an. Her death removes one of the hoped will bo helpful to him. He Ten members said he had inquiredabout him and declared America, "standing firm es for eastern companies. He has also ate education. coast guard steamer Yamacraw were most popular women of her section had been informed "that he was a drowned in attempting to assist the in armed neutrality," must demon- leased some 20,000 acres in Casey. English paternal ancestry ,has and much sorrow is occasioned by good workman, giving value receivAmerican tanker, Louisana which strate her claim to a minimum of He pays $1 per lease and is to give predominated among all the Presi- her taking away. ed for his services, and was a reagrounded on Little Gull shoals, oft riirht and freedom of action in world of the oil and gas and gas dents. Fifteen were of English exsonably good citizen when sober. Ocean City, Md., Sunday morning. afTairs. "America first" on many for domestic purposes to the owner tinction. Six were Scoth-Iristhree , IS THIS G. H. WEATHER? When drinking, he was a very difT. L. Hornsby, Eminence: J. M. steamers aroused the multitude to of the land. In the event no well is Yere Scotch, two were Dutch, one If the fearful weather that we ferent man, and that he, Judge, beElliston, Glencoe: II. M. Froman, frequent outbursts of patriotic fer- drilled within twelve months a pen- vvfls Welsh. have caused him to Ghent, and F. R. Blackburn, Stanton, vor. Few Kentuckiiuis participated in alty of 25 cents per acre is to be JVTho youngest President, at the ground had for the past month is loved that whisky hoped he would kill hog weather it would not be King, and that he at were named on the State Livestock the inaugural parade m comparison paid the land owner. Rockefeller hasj 'tajio.of inauguration, was Roosevelt. a regiment to wage this late day begin life anew and try hard to Sanitary Aard by the State Board with the number taking part in for- had a representative in the Waynes vVoTaslG. The oldest wns William war on form . make amends for the crime that the little vermints. Snow six and held UUIK t. ,.:" of Agriculture in session in Louis-- j mer ceremonies- Great n-crowds,March Lt..... .BVlllUU, LJUl IB sIS ...l..i-.- i Henry Harrison, who was G8. uuiiviaiuuu to eight inches deep and the mercury would cause him to spend tho ref"r"th'5ir"plac'esrten'hours in cold viHe, that he has made no leases yet. Mr. Of all the Presidents John Adams around the ten mark as it was this mainder of ln's days in confinement. To pay the Virginia debt judg wind to witness the pageant Thompson is confident that oil and lived to the oldest age. He was 90 morning, is not spring weather by a King said he could give no good reameat, a resolution in the West Virgas exist in paving quantities. There when he died. long shot. In fact the present cold son why he should not be sentenced TO MARY REBECCA LOGAN ginia House of Delegates proposes to are two gas wells on Albert Schuler's s.pell is about tho worst over. Promise nnd was by what Judge unmoved on the 18th of February, place, either one of which it is beWhen create a new State from foiw counGREENING CHANGES BASE. for fair and warmer times is given, Hardin said to him. ties, the counties to pav $12,000 by 1917, Mary Rebecca Loeran was tak- lieved will supply Stanford with all W. C. Greening, formerly of this however, and it is hoped that this is James Norris, wiio was given two life was 'he gas she needs, were it piped bond issue in consideration for sepa- en from us, a Christ-lik- e county, but. for years cashier of a the breaking up spell of tho worst to five years in the Reform School ended. rate statcship. ,, here. prosperous bank at Parsons. Kansas. winter in the memory of the oldest for stealing a suit of clothes from L. A life, which yet found room. Charges that thousands of prisonhas sold out his interest there and inhabitants. Those who believe in L. Sanders, of Crab Orchard, and Through care and cumber, colders are forced to work close behind COOD LOOKS the ground hog got a vear at Edrington, nought a ness and delay, .the French line under tho fire of.Jlcr-Ttv.- n good for Ed Exchange block ol stocK m the State we are to have theory contend that Lafo same place who circulating obIt looks monstrous Bank at Oklahoma City. bad weather until the for To lend a sweetness to the un- - Walton's name to again apper.r at cannon were made by Lieut. He has been made of March lfith, when the six weeks from scene pictures, wore sentenced genial day Gen. von Stein, Prussian Minister of mast head of tho Stanford Jour The latter two are colored. And make the sad earth hapoior the Ed held down tin ., 51. ..,1..... l,n u" ' "SHIUUUII. I IV IIIClUM'ii ii suiie- - Feb. 2 ground hog day ends but let us War, in tho Reichstag. He announced mil. fflent of tlio bank which shows that all join in the hope that they are Tho grand jurv adjourned Satur-(bi- y for its bloom. a that reprisals had been taken. and the writer were :'uHu"?V,t.?.1.! It h a strong one. Mr. Greening mistaken and that spring will" soon Mary possessed a beautiful face. nnd office devils, and after returning 29 indictments. Figures vouched fci in London days writes: the nuisances, gambshow that German submarines de-- 1 u cultivated mind and a noble heart. formed a friendship which, we are gant city "This i'iis certainly an ele-it come in earnest and that keepday of Maintaining public batterv burning coal to from ling, assault urd better now and the strayed 490 000 tons of merchant !olwavs. K'tetl musician, she wns find toVay, has never become the ever was and "boom" days. than I have freezing will be gone months at least. keeping uf vi'le" closets shipping in February. This figure isi.1011" otbooks and iouiid time in a least lukewarm. Will Ed come back been tryinginto get romrose the bulk of true bills a house ever since 1I,e l0 wr.lU' a tew exquisite and make good with the I. J.? Yes, loss than half the 1.000.000 tonsi,,Ui-I NEWS OF THE CHURCHES which Berlin claimed would result versos, generously rewarded "by well you can bet your bottom dollar that to came here. and have been unable locate one as yet, notwithstanding Christian Church Prayer meeting from unrestricted .submarine war known magazines. and then some. Danville the fact there are hundieds under TO DEVELOP OIL LANDS Her sunny disposition, unfailing be will, at 7 o'clock. faro. Messenger. Thanks, a thousand times Norman King, E. R. Aker and Thoo Presbyterian Church The Federal Trade Commission sympathy and i entire forgotfulness over, Brer Landram. If "Ed" does construction now." a service Wednesday evening at 7 o'- Mohr, Lexington men, have just reaccepted a proposal bv news print 01 sell made her much beloved by sW half as well as he knows that you SELLING IRON AND HIDES. turned from Lincoln countv, where clock. Como! cuxie ami mnny menus, hope he will he will be more- than paper manufacturers that it fix a '" Baptist Church Wednesday at 7 they have secured leases on five thouW. P. Buchanan sold during the price for their product, and named For years her devotion to an invalid P. M., devotional week past two car loads of old iron meeting followed sand acres in new oil and gas terri$2.50 a hundred pounds as a reson-- ,noj,hor w,as t.l'n',l,.r aml beautiful, 138,000 pounds to a Cincinnati by a business mooting. A full atten- tory. They will at once organize an her able charge. Higher prices were set! through infinite wisdom, FLAMES EXTINGUISHED. operating company, and Messrs. dance urged to attend. 'tnjy Pth w?s the stony ror.d of for piper in less than car load lots James H. Carter's home on top of firm and to another firm in the On account of the illness of the King and Ak'er will return to tho field sacrifice. Prayerfully she hearkened to Hall's Gap, caught fire from a defec 109 beef hides. The former and for sheet paper. . development work. During the last hour of the Sixty- - th.V, Mnstel" "w sa,(1' If an" n tive flue last night, and but for good brought him a check for about $700 pastor, Rev. W. D. Welburn. who is to superintend capitalists have been come after mo, let him deny work on tho part of Mr. Carter and and the latter one for considerably confined to his home with an attack beveral local fourth Congress. President Wilson in his room at the Capitol, signed the himelf and take up his cross dailv other members of his family the over $1,000. Mr. Buchanan is doing of grip, there will be no prayer associated with them in preliminafollowing bills introduced by Senator and follow Mo." so meeklv. so un building would have burned. As it a big business in his own quiet way meeting service at the Methodist ries. In addition to the leases, they On own the farm, fourteen miles from James, providing increased pensions complainingly she bore tho cross of was the flames were extinguished and is getting richer and richer as church Wednesday evening. Sunday tho regular Second Quaiterly Stanford, on which a heavy flow of the days go by. for Kentuckinns as follows: James P. lulling health and broken hopes. before much damage was done. For such as she is prepared that meeting will be held. Rev. W. S. gas has been struck. This well has Hardin, of New Castle, $30; Bcrrv It is always a good policy to have Grinstead will probably preach in the been harnessed and the gas is now MRS. PAT VANOVER DEAD II. Smith, of Somerset, $30: W. II. city whoso builder and maker is your property insured and better by communion being used at the f:.rm house. It is Brnnaman, of Wildie, $30; Jesso Gpd. Where God Himself shall wipe still when you have a policy with J. Mrs: Vanover, wife of Patrick morning, followed thirty-yearcredited with Denny, of Pino Hill. S30: Isaac away all tears and there shall be no D. Wearen, the Stanford Vanover, died at her homo on the service. Presiding Elder, Rev. C. H. supply. Gas opening a well will be this Weaver, .Plato. $30; William Bru- moie death, neither sorrow nor cry- man. In tho time of peaceinsurance Joe Rattler faim, near Waynesburg, Greer will hold quarterly conference used for fuelfrom drilling operations, prepare in A Fond Cousin. nette, of Brndhead. $30; and Elijah ing. Sunday of consumption, aged about at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. for war. which will be inaugurated ns soon as Cox. of Brodhead. $3(5. 00. She is survived by her husband weather conditions will permit. It is CHILD GETS CROSS. The Senate reposed the Naval Apnnd children. She .FATALLY INJURED BY TRAIN several grown HEMP TO ENGLAND SICK AND FEVERISH Mrs. G. II. Masters was called to the opinion of experts that gas from propriation Bill with an amendment moed with her husband from Pike Josh Jones, WHEN CONSTIPATED was in Danville of Lincoln county, county to the Southern end of Lin- East Bernstadt Monday by a wire this field soon will be piped to Stanfor a $150,000,000 bond issue strickMonday. Mr. Jones ford, Lancaster and Crab Orchard, en out nfter the Mouse had tjironte'n-c- d is one largest growers of hemp coln some years ago. The burial took stating that her aunt, Mrs. Eliza and that it will prove a reliance for Mitchell, to block passage of the measure, Look, Mother! If Tongue Is Coated in this of the years he raised place in ho Waynesburg cemetery nt and N. had been struck by an L. Lexington should tho supply from essection. Last on the ground tint in inserting the train and fatally wounded. Clean Littlo Liver And 300 thousand pounds. IIo will culti- 'j o clock Monday afternoon. She was so badly injured that death tablished fields ever be curtailed. Bowels amendment the Senate had usurped vate two hundred acres this year. Hie powers of the House. The bond followed in a few hours. Deceased Lexington Leader. YEAGER HERRING Mr. Jones has recently sold n big lot was about GO years old and was a issue was for the purnose of eariy-in- g tongue is cont-e- of hemp to the English government. If vour littlo one's Miss Nannie B. Herring, daughter BOY'S out the navy building program. and much beloved woman STICK PENETRATES Injury BODY it is a sure sign the stomnch, receiving a high figure for same. of Mr. Bright Herring, of Lancaster of her community. Suffering from an in his I eaders in both branches agreed at liver and bowels need a gentle, thorDanville Messenger. and Farris Yeager will bo united in back, caused by falling upon a the same time to pass a joint resolu ough cleansing nt once. When your marriage at the homo of tho bride harp stick, wlii'h penetrated tho tion carrying the money elmmated cniid is cross, peevish, listless, pale, BROWN ROBINSON tomonow. The bride has frequently FOUR CANDIDATES LAST NIGHT body, Fosson Tripbtt, a when the amendment was killed. doesn't sleep, out or act naturally; Lincoln Lodge. No. (10 F. & A. M Marriage license was issued by visited her brother, W. M. Duncan boy, living at Waynesburg Gorman Foreign Minister Zimmer-m.inti- if breath is bad, stomach sour, sys- County Clerk G. B. Cooper to George in this city nnd has many friends is on a boom. Thero aro candidates was brought to St. Joseph's Hospital frank admission that Ger- tem full of cold, throat sore, or if Leo Brown, of Ellenwood,NOhio, to who wish thorn much happiness. nearly every meeting night, while Saturday evening for treatment, says many did seek to ally Jrnan nnd Mex- feverish, give a teaspoonful of "Cal- wed Miss Lida Robinson, of Eubank. lust night there wero four candidates a Lexington dispatch. He wns accomico with her to wr ni'ninst the Unit- ifornia Syrup of Figs." and in a few The bride is a daughter of J. M. for the first degree. Tho 200dth an- panied by his father, who feared that CARD OF THANKS ed States, etiusod littlo surmise to hours all the clogged-up- , constipat- Robinson, where the wedding occurWo wish to thnnk tho neighbors niversary of the order, to be cele- the boy's life was endangered by tho American nftleinls. They snid Ihit ed waste, sour bile nnd undigested red Saturday. nnd friends, who wore so very kind brated at Crab Orchard in June next, injury. It had not been doohbd" SatMinister Zimmormunn's defense of food will trentlv move out of tlm during the illness and death of our seems to have given impotus to the urday iiMi whether an onuration tho Miigin. on the ground that it bowels, and vou huvo a well, playHELD ON TWENTY DAYS dear father, and also for the beauti- lodge here, nnd it is growing by leaps would be necessary or not. only was intonded o be curried out ful child again. Tho Pulaski grand jury wus in ses- ful floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. F. unci bounds. in the event the TTnitd States did Sick children needn't bo coaxed to sion twenty days, tho longest F. Cummins and family. GOOD DARKEY GONE not remnin neiitml ilM not change take this harmless "fruit laxative." record. 1215 indictments were time on THEY ALL DO IT Will Pr0return55. died at his the situation in tho sliehtost decree. Millions of mothers keep it handy be- ed, 73 of which were for tho sale of Wnon to Take Chamberlain's Tablets Tho Governor of Pennsylvania homo nenr Ti.r- '" last week and OpIv two mnnmirna nn 11m Ailmin. cause thev know its action on the whisky. There were ells boys and girls to marry early was buried J'1 ' TIe is survived When you feel dull and stupid affour indictments lstratio--nlio Rove- - stomach, liver and bowels is prompt for murder. modest tho homo child. Novin ter eating. i mutter howthat in Pittsburg, must p; nnd sure. They n'so know a littlo en n n. J'l.uy do and When constipa ' e worked for zenshir then the husband gots rich, gets n of given today saves a sick child tomor-roVNK FOOLISHNE3S yon ' When ioIio. ie of tho bust Congro ,,h nong the divorce and gets a show girl as his . Yo yo iunally see it stated that ;new and us a When AdminiK' Ii Ask your druggist for a m wife. failed Cuurior Journal. colds When yov i .iot result from cold wen- tUuls. wo'o In mrttil ITwt bottle of "California of Figs." which tlur. V. .1011 .w is rank , Mill. Adnmsen law; the bill to enlarge tho contains directions for babies, nhil. it true colds would foolishness. Wef OF GOOD DIGESTION .jjjpondLnt. Vn HO is- - . bo as preva' n CROUP Interstate Commo-Crmnmicclr.n. dren of all ages and for grown-up- s "' you see a cheerful ami hapWhen the hild is subiect to atin midsummer ns in midwinter. . have no relish lor youi V' the Webb Bill to legalize joint may know that she tacks of crou, soo to it that he eats py ilu lady you n plainly on the bottle. Beware of microbe that causes colds flourishes meals. selling agencies: the conserva- counterfeits sold here. Get tho has i ood digestion. If your digestion a light ovonitijf meal, us an overloadin damp, cold weather. To get rid of When your liver is torpid. tion legislation, including tho irenovul is impaiied or if you do not relish ed stomach may bring on an attack, made by "California Fig Syrup a cold tuko Chamberlain's Cough Obtainable everywhere. Dam Bill and Waternower Bill. Sup-pl- Company." 19-- 1 vour meals tako a doso of Chamber- also watch for Hie first symptom-hoarse- ness, Remedy. It is effectual and is highly bills, totaling $511,000,000. wero and givo Chamberlain's recommended bv noonlo who have The L. & N. has contracted with lain's Tablets. They strengthen tho held up bv tho Senntn filllniatn March 7. The C. W. B. M. will used it for many years ns occasion J Hazard coal mines for 250,000 tons .itnmnrh. ininrnv thi ilifrfi&tfnn nnd Cough Remedy ns soon as the child while those carrying $1,197,000,000 meet in tho Christian church at 1:15 J required, and know its real value, of railroad coal at S1.75 nor ton cause a gentle movement of the bow- -' becomes hoarse. Obtainable every- . were passed. Wednesday afternoon. .'is.- - vjuutiiuiuiu uvci y wuciu WJIUIU. during 1917. Obtainable everywhere. J ed nt w es well-know- n fellow-Congressm- - the-arme- d Bock-cast- le one-eigh- th h, - - I i....--n- ' vice-preside- nt Fri-t';i- v. MM :.1 22-co- nt v .. .. Mid-wee- k I """ - 1 Pork-opol- is s' d, well-know- n twelvc-ycar-o- ld 's I - 1 u Citi-ossic- n fiO-co- 1 V -- i ..JT for-eig- , gen-uin- e y -- 1 .UiU . t M The Interior journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, March 6, 1917 Tho. intarwr Jfliimal J. H. Wright ni. E. C. Wnlton nnil ,,, rf ........$l.r,0 Imuci b wrclc, per yrnr ................ 1.00 rwlrf n wirk, fur 8 mnnlli - it neck, for 0 montln.... .............. .75 Twicifor 3 tnonlli. ................. .40 Twice n 1.0? Per ytliT wrrk, ritliT Oliro ,.l,Tl,tloi jrr mti In mlvMicpl to nil U pi. up vr itp whtn tlmp for which It pnlj, Moth , Subscription Rates Spring and Summer Here Ready and Waiting mw Shirts for fig- - lu, In ndvnnce, Inferior Journal Is antlinrlirrl to t!tn fnllowlnc rnndiilntcs for office sub-Vr to the Dcmocrntli primary In flrt fee In Ausutt, 1017. ( Annonnccmcnt for rnrh county nfflce li $lu; for district office, $lf, for clt or miRlterlal office $5. No nnniinecra nt will be mdo until fee li paid Tlifl ) Political Announcements. oV.:k -- Ay V - - V" Bees know enough to f .save. For Slate Senator JAY W. HARLAN J. R. MOUNT. H. CLAY KAUFFMAN The maiTwith money puts 5 oiwe in the Bank where it is safe Decs have HONEY in the winter because, as they work every day during "blossom time," they carry the honey to their hive. You can have MONEY in just the same way. EARNING money regularly BANK some of it. While you are For Sheriff J. H. LIVINGSTON. M. S. BAUGHMAN. W. S. DRYE. For County Judge M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE For County Attorney .T. For Jniler For Representative H. G. SKILES. W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMER S. OWSLEY W. S. BURCH We take pleasure in announcing to the public the arrival of new Spring exhibits in Eclipse and other famous shirts. Made up in Madras Cloth, Percales, Silks, Crepes, Etc. Rich rJeaches and cream colors, dignified quiet colors, big broad stripe shirts-pur- ple, green, blue, helio, black and white. Splendid new patterns and colYon or effects. Guaranteed Tailored fast colors. tfjc authorized resident deafer Why Don't Royal Get That Look? 71)isstorc is Royal Tailors. re For Assessor You are not going to let n little BEE get the best of you, are you? For Magistrate 1st Dist. J. N. CASH J. JRoyafTai fared-Suits and Overcoats at $i852,$2o,$25, $30,35 and$4o. $1.00 to $5.00 Come and let us show you our big T. DUDDERAR assortment Put YOUR money in OUR bank. We pay three per cent interest. The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky Bargain tore SP ""'"I 4LS -- Tobacco We have best qiu : v is "hncco ived a large shipnu same to you at canvass, very 4 cents Calicos For this week only, we will sell all Calicos at 7 cents. Buy Now! Silks All colors and kinds. we will sell now for We have some Silks, worth $1.50 per yard, 98 cents Spring Ginghams We have a complete line of Spring Ginghams, all colors for 12Jj;c MB? 13 & Si ill BUPUSL K MM U Stanford, Ky. a.T.'gaigraagniH Salem & Salem snassaaseRa axxv0jzTsszxzar,TKzixrTsuat.7KKL base treason and treachery of the twelve Senators who combined to refuse to give the President the power to protect American lives and shipping from the barbarous warfare of a murderous and maddened despot, who has turned the whole him. Their action world against leaves this country at the mercy of the Germans, making it ths most Criticising the President is at best despicable evr conceived. That they are in the pay of the Kaiser, seems very poor business. It doesn't matthe only explanation of their perfidy, ter who happens to be in the office which places them alongside of Jud- of President, he is much better inas Iscariot and the others who have formed concerning affairs generally, betrayed their savior and their than anybody outside who criticises country. LaFolletle, aided and abet- him, no matter who that may happen ted by that aich traitor. Senator to be. The proof that the President Stone, claiming to be a democrat, ef- has acted with the knowledge that fectually pit "eiited a vote on the lie knew what he was doing is shown bill to give t'v " "idont power to in the exposure of the German innrm Amerii.T ir take other trigue to involve Mexico and Japan means for their iltu,.v The Senate in war against the United Stales. A rules that permit a handful of men to villainous and diabolical plot. It is tie up proceeding is n disgrace to well that the President broke off diit and the special session of the body plomatic relations with Germany ihouhl make haste to change them, when he did. A less deliberate perfor a? the President states, it will be son would have taken the step long useless to call an extra session of 'before. A more impetuous one would Congress without a change. The have gone much further. names of Stone and LaFollette will hereafter be linked with all that is As a result of the der.th of Repre- low and despicable, and mentioned sentativc Conry, of New York, the only in derision. May their tribe dei iiepublitans appear to have the lead. crease and forever be accursed. They now have 215 votes assutcd, it is conceded, while the Democrats Kentucky was placed at the head have only 214. Reports also have of tiie Southern States that are seek- reached Washington that three newing a sensible solution of the race ly elected Democrats are seriously pioblem. by of the lead- ill. No successor to Mr. Conry will ing white people and negroes of the be elected before next November it is believed. Five members of the inCommonwealth, at the of Ilowaid University in Wash- coming Congress arc classed as "inington. Applause gieeled statements dependents." Hincc, if a special sesby the Rev. Dr. C. II. Part Mi, of sion of Congiess is called before Louisville, president of the Kentuvky next December, it would appear that Home Society oi Colored triul',en, the Republicans will have the advanthat Kentucky's attitude toward the tage. As a majority of the membervirro had made the State a deirable ship of the House, 218 members, are abiding place for men of all races necessary to the selection of a and creeds, and clieeis and applause Speaker, however, the Democrats are weri evoked when Dr. Parrish n.fer-'o- d not without hope. o Governor Stanley's action at Mutiny, and he read a letter from CENT ADS the Governor concerning conditions. (Ads 1 i I semi-centenni-A-WORD Tho English language, fruitful as it is of words, is far short of ones to fittingly portray the sufficient McRoberts & Bailey BLUE GRASS SEED for sale. T. FOR SALE Pure bred Buff Orpington eggs; 75 cents per setting of iE. Baldwin, Jr., Silver Creek. 17-17. Great layers. C. C. Withers. 17- FOR SALE Or to farm out. a GET you a new Singer coming jack, in nice to do your spring sewing shape. See II. C. Anderso.-- , Stan- on. Runs easy; does perfect stitch' M tf ing. Easy term.' ford, Ky. Ed. Oakes, agent, . Stanford. Tel. No. 'V W. LADIES Engraved cards should SEWING MAC! be used for all social purposes. See I have repairs for the new samples we have and as ing machines. Singer l. 'I or see m cheap as they can be bought any- ialtv. .V. "el. No. 14 Stan ft where. The Interior Journal. fi9-0 Sewing-machine 19-l- p r tf One Winton Six, power in No. 1 good shape. Will sell for $400 on easy terms. or will 90-hor- FOR SALE OLti . trade for stock. Write J. J. Carter, Waynesburg, Ky., or see John Woner and tho car at Bailey Garage, Stanford. 1G-- 6 eirfs&SS &&!'&-;.''- . j I ycvltexyteaod .carafflaaa! xsa s" n RELIABLE" If&MEESYFORMEN. Wi3,J3iiMnp4wwxaiaMra.'oaiagxnTri Mil in IM v LEAVE ORDERS FOR Expert Piano Tuning VVXll Qo IL-- J li guaranteed. Y All work an n For T. H. GRUNWALD, who will be here in a few days. Virginia Legislature, The West Uigust primary, the rest of the into extraordinary seMon DOZEN SEEK JUDGESHIP tests will have plenty of starters and calleda general approptiation bill, to pass Laurel county leads every other prove interesting. unuisvino times. without doing anvthitig. The in the State in the number of aspirLegislators and Gov. Hatfield rrc at ants for the county judgship, at LANDS IN LIVERPOOL loggerheads and the State is the sufleast a dozen Republicans being Dr. J. S. nrummett, a brother of ferer by it. No legislation woith anyeither announced candidates or feel- D. T. Urunimett, formerly of this thing will done until new set ing out the voteis foi the patty nom- place, lauded in Liverpool, England, of oiliceis be elected anda installed, is ination. Among these are N. 15. Feb. 2fith, after ten days sailing ov- - and the quicker it is done the betSears, John 1). Grass, W. R. Johnson er the sea. He went as a surgeon for will be. and J. M. Martin, present magis- the Red Cross. He has been located ter it trates; former County Judge P. R. with the Geneial Hospital of CincinPennington, Mayor E. A. Polloard, nati for the last live years. His fathSeven Presidents of the United of London; Judge Sam C. Hardin, er, C. T. Brummett, of Lancaster, States are among the blood or marCol A. It. Dyche, Squire D. M. Cov- and many friends will be glad to riage connections of Mrs. Mvia Lewis Stallard, of St. Joseph, Mo., and ington and former Representative .know of his safe arrival. C. R. Luker. While the judge's race numerous lesser figures in Ameican history, like Patrick Henry, Capt. will be the stellar attraction in the M. D. Elmore. POSTED Meriwether Lewis, Matthew Fon taine Maury and Hiram Bledsoe, are either related to her family or connected with it by lnarritgc. The Kentucky Congressman who first appointed a young lady private ecretary, then postmaster and this week won her as his brid' can give a few lessons to his fellow members in the profitable distribution of patronage. Eliznbothtown News. He can also give them a few pointers in connecting with offices u- - well as nleasing a loyal constituent y in filling them. -- ceiit a worn en?n Issue, ci6h here are x'ah order; no ad lefs an 25o each Usue.) 11 cd d -- Timothy, clover and hay. A. W. Carpenter, land, Ky. SALE-mixe- FOR 'WCTft,rtavTiTiraM'iiriiri'TMTffiangiii isti-- o ii .j ., m il -- . II I HI HIM HI Ml FOR .SALE Five mules ami vo broke mares. J. W. Baughman, Stanford. three-year-ol- d 19-t- f. Mr. Farmer! Implements Are Advancing! So don't delay placing your orders for future delivery. 1 TRY a Gall Cure horse collar $1.75. That's not high. At J. C. at Mc-Clar- Harness Store. 15-t- f. SERVICE nnywnere; day reasonable prices. Call phone 231. T. II. Eads. AUTO or night; 14-4- HAVE just received a shipment of "Virginia" saddles made on the Wil- oourn patent tree. J. u. flicuiary, Stanford. 15.ft FOR SALE Soft drink stand; pool room wth three tables. All rental licenso are paid in full. Failing health is my reason for selling. W. A. W. H. Hi I ' h. -- r Mr,"jt;,f frfeatiquartoi's for vspirvii fp Harney,, Ky. PYIT? Depot street, i, Stanford, 19-- tf m r m 10 Cents N$ &.Lmu:oi. SfiyBijL1.00 KAT.R J) I 3 4 . a. rcip "Dutchess" Trousers Now your pants are a Utile worn; buy a pair of the "best in the world." We are showing them in Work Pants and Dress Pants. There are none as good. ROBINSON'S hay frame; hay rake; buggy; horse and harness; Oliver plow; plow harMayor Mitchell, of New Yruk, has ness; cheap, Best hay in tho county. p made an appeal to the rich of his city Jos. Balloti, Stanford. to, cut moderately and waste nothing. FOR RENT Cottago on Huston-vill- e V woeful waste of woids. The rich street, now occupied by C. II. ure too well supplied with necessities uiu luxuries to worry about tho Mullins, possession can be given diort supply of this or th.it Tho man April 1st. This is a new cottage, condition. See E. of moderate means is tho ono who and in 19-- 2 realizes what it is to have some of T. Pence, Jr. his wishes cut shoit. PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING. Hae your painting and It is an ill wind that blows nobody done by mo; satisfaction guargood. tThe war in tho orient has been anteed so it would bo to your ina blessing for Florida. Iho biggest terest to let mo figure with you betouriest season in a decade is report- fore contracting your job. G. L. ed from the Peninsular State. People Bradley, Hustonville. who wore afraid to go to Furpo did the sonsiblo thing by aneiuling tho FOR SALE My jrck and jennets winter months in the b.ilmy breezes He sneaks for himself In ninaiKnl n.l of tho sunny south. hnimoniouB rhythms; an athleto ir uctlon; n model in form, oymmetry Only two men marched in tho parado In Washington City. und color. Ills eolts bring the hlghe? prices: his favorito .gong, "Eureka," Ono poor fellow hud to hold an ovr bin wlfo and tho other Will gel! for CUsh. ll irncwl nnln nr nv. carried a banner for a buich of tho chaugo for cuttle or sheep. Seo 01 dear things who wcro un.iblo to talio near yo mm. iock uox 101, Stanford, Ky. part in tho parade. 19-lfirst-class H.f ,. ,.....l. wsUviy'MM P"' . i - t ""f 'r-- '"' i.TIj R I -, , ,r tmst . ! , ;',i i . II DM mm. iS h Bp frr-rrr-r- rr 'i .: F":r o " - - ' S - ! B 18-- tf heavily galvanized. Amply provides for oxpansiou and contraction. Is practically evorhisting. Nover goos wrong, no matter Low great a strain ia put on it. Doos not mutilato or injuro stock. higli-grad- Mado of largo, strong, G Bteol wires, Turns Cattle, Horses, Hogs and Pig EVERY ROD GUARANTEED by us and guaranteed by tnc manufacturers. Call and see it. Wc can show you how it will save you money aud Icucc vuiur fields so they will stay fenced suf-fraK- O " um-brol- la 18-2- t. GEORGE H. FARRIS The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, March 6, 1917 PREPAREDNESS . For 35 years this Bank has been PREPARED and READY to serve its customers, and is NOW READY! Bank Opens 9 A. M. Bank Closes 3 P. M. The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. S. HOCKER, President T. HARRIS, Vice-Preside- H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier C. HAYS FOSTER, Asst. Cashier Ind. Bookkeeper. W. W. SAUNDERS, Russell Brown spent Sunday at Lancaster. Mr. Fount Dishon, the Mrs. V. N. Crniff is a grip sufferer. Mrs. Mattie Withers is confined to carpenter, is quite ill. Mrs. B. D. Carter has been indisher room hy illness. posed for several days. RichA. IJ. Farris, a J. E. Buck, the merchant prince of mond busness man, was in the city Gilbert's Creek, spent Sunday with Monday. Miss Marguerite Overstreet, of friends here. J. II. Hill, of Stanford, spent TuesPnrksvillo, was the guest of her sisday in this city with relatives. ter, Mrs. Ed Davis. Mrs. David Byrnes, of Bardstown Somerset News. Cashier W. M. Bright, of the Linis the guest of her daughter, Mrs. coln County Natinal Bank, went to Ed Oaks, who has been quite ill. Mrs. James McBec, who is attend- Louisville Monday. Mm. Richard Thornhill Fewcll and ing Eastern Normal at Richmond, spent Sunday with her husband and Miss Elizabeth Higgins are in Louisville for a few days' stay. son here. Mr. Edd Brady, of tSar.fnitl. was Mr. John Engleman, of Lexington, here between trains Snnd.i', tin1 guest spent Saturday and Sunday with his VerMl of Miss Mattie Chestni-sister, Mrs. Laura Hundley. non Signal. Miss Ellen Mooie, who is tcachiner Mrs. Bud Oooch, who has been Crab Orchard, spent Sunday with with her sister, Mis. W h. McCarty, at King's her father and sister here. returned to her hon W. S. Fish spent Sundav with the Mountain Saturday. Mrs. Jud Phillips, of Lockland. 0., folks at home here. He left Monday arrived Monday to visit her mother, on a business trip for Jackson. Mrs. Bettie Moore, who has been ill Mr. Marvin Worlov. of Louisville, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. snout Sundav with his wife, who i? Ed Wilkinson, but who is improving. the guest of Mrs. W. C Wilson liorc Sarah Marguerite is the name of a Representative IT. Clay Knuffmnn .pretty little daughter that arrived of Lancaster, was here a short while llimiwlTminiM.l j at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Saturday. He was on his way to Davis on the Shelby City pike Fri- Crab Orchard. day. Jack J. Lawrence, who has monv Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pettus have friends here, where he worked for returned home after an extended tho L. & N. for a lone time, was southern tour through Mississippi, here from Mt. Vernon Monday. Louisiana and Alabama. SpringC. D Sutton and wife, of Mt. Vertfk bSTvix rfa lsl J."T7,w?r flWl rv V"ft Ha Dab field Sun. non, were here Monday. The former v4y IP3 !&. h:i a Jtl WA M. W. Keisker, representing the was en route to Cincinnati and the v tfe&EEfia &2S c5b cCSj tfe ft !&0 BSP" Ford Motor Co., was here Saturday latter to Lancaster to visit with II. C. Anderson, the local repDr. M. D. Early, of the Baptirr While hero they sold church here, attended a nicotine of resentative. two Fords. the Missionary Board of th BapMiss Martha Raney, who is taking tist Church Monday in Louisville a course in Domestic Science at the night. State Normal at Richmond, spent the Mr. T'rnnif Smith, who has been week end here with her parents, Mr. the guest of his sister. Mrs. J. C. Mrs. T. D. Raney. and Reynolds, and Mr. Revnolds will reMrs. E. D. Kennedy, who was in a turn to his home in Maysvillo, Wed hospital at Danville for a month or nesday. w Mi J& V more, is back home and hnr many Fred and Adolnh VonOrnonrnn friends are glad to see her again. She spent Sunday in Louisville. hn"in e gone rvr'"qB3ka'Jvra has entirely recovered from the i'MATINEE AND NIGHTsraizEEaK! there to attend the burM of she received. Emile the Inttor's brother-in-laMrs. Lelia B. Cook, who recently Hochstnosch. went to Cedar Springs, S. C, to acM. O Geary and wife, of cept the position as matron in the nte stopping a the St. ABnnh School of the Deaf, writes to friends Hotel Mr. Geary has n nos'Hrn is very much pleased ur.d will with W, A. Harney and will likely that she does not encage in business here. be home in May if the war break out. Prof. J. Gano Johnson, of Mt Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Smith, of Gartprlintr. the nrofesor of An!ii"1 rard, entertained a few of their Eugenics i Kentucky State Unifriends at a dinner Saturday, it be- versity has been the guest of Dr. J. ing the anniversary of their marri- G. Carpenter and family. age. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. J. B. Pnxton went to LancasBen Wilmot, Miss Sarah Wilmot, A. ter yesterday to see Mrs. Jane RobP. Scott, Miss Ellen Scott. Wood Wil- inson, whose il'ness was announced mot, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kerr. last week. The I. J. is glad to state Mrs. H. J. McRoberts left Fri- that she is somewhat improved. day night for Atlanta to spend a Dr. E. W. MoDearmid, president, week with her husband, who is there of Hamilton College, Lexington, nvmrmxxxma SSBSSiBMSltSSsSlSiSWZEm HE3S2EELI23EEE25Iftji in the Wesley Memorial Hospital, and nrcached at the Christian church. who is doing nicely. Mr. McRoberts Sunday morning. His discourse was hopes to be well enough to return enioved by a large congregation. homo with his wife the latter part of Monroe Thompson, one of the best the week. 'mown real estate men of the county, was over from Wavnesburg yesterday. Mr. Thompson is also one of $100 Reward, $100 Sheriff J. G. Weathorford's depuThe readers of this paper will be ties and is making a good one. pleased to learn that thero Is at least Representative W. G Gonch was one dreaded dlscaso that sclenco has been able to cure In all Its Etngea and over from Frankfoit Satin day and that is catarrh. Catarrh belns greatly Sunday. He says a good tax law influenced by constitutional conditions people will be enacted nnd that requires constitutional treatment. Hall's need have no worry about the work the Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and of tho extra session of the Legishi-- 1 acts thru tl o Hlood on the Mucous Surfaces of tho System thereby destroying turo. tho foundation of tho disease, giving tho Miss Kate Davis Raney is in Lanpatient dtrennth by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Us caster this week with Mrs. Reiki Ar-p nold Francis. Mrs. Francis will open-uwork. Tho proprietors havo so much faith In tho curative powers of Hall's her millinery store hero next wool-iCatanli Medicine fiat they offer One the room recently vacated bv Dr any case that it falls Hundred Dollars for A. S. Price. Miss Raney will nssist to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address J. CHP.NPV & CO.. Toledo. Mrs. Francis here. See the announce-o- f Ohio. Sold by nil Druggist, 75c. tho opening in Friday's paper. Miss Mvrtlc Brown left WednesThe Battle of Vicksburg Again Fought W.. 'Cvery Detail of Historic Record day for county where returned will visit Lincolncousin, Mrs. W. she Miss Linda Owsley has G. her Fall of Ft. Sumter. Old Glory for the Time Falls in Defeat from Lnvintrton where she was the Murphy nnd Mr. Murphy, at Hub-blguest of the family of her brother, county. Ira Moser. of Lincoln ., ...... Ac T!.. Before the Late Unpleasantness Old St. Louis As It wo joivy, ii. .irwl ATra i'i. x nun. n...1,... IVf,. entertained whom land understand has bought Guy Logan Hundley some south of Mitchellsbunr. Thursday evening with a most deli- has lensed tho property belonging to ECTjKreffrariratra?nranis cious buffet supper at their elegant Lillie Pondygrnft heirs, located near homo on tho Ilnrrodsburg road in l ozaU s and lias taken possession. honor of Miss Josephine McAlister, raiKsvillo tor. to Danville Messen of Los Angeles. Cnl who is the guest ger. of her nunt, Mrs. Forestus Reid. Dnnvillo Advocate. James H. Williams loft Wednesday for Mt. Vernon to visit relatives. James linker, of Iluntsville, Tenn., was in tho city this week on business. News from Woodson May, who in in Florida fur his health is to the effect (MMWtP fflffl'O-MS,- ) thai ho is getting ulong nicely and 1ms gained hovornl pounds. Ho is now at Lakeland, Florida. "Lord" Gcorgo ENDS CATARRH, ASTHMA, , ol W. Thomas, tho woll known and pop- Bronchkb. Croup, Coughs and himular "Knight of the Grip" blew trwasy beck. Sold sad guaranteed bj self this week and bought a Ford. . Tho Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Somerset Journal. ,..nilT1IMi , IWUM MirMmvaMrinTViwiwn Hepre-sciitativ- PERSONAL AND SOCIAL well-know- n well-know- n t SOUR, ACID STOMACH nei'l. end nt 1im..p Miss Kate Hamm, of Somerset, is here visiting her sister, Mrs. Chns. Thr Mompnt "Pnpe's Dinpepiin' 2 Crops Do the Work, Painlessly. Rankin. Renehi The Stomach All you, before I hrard ot "t tell Chns. Thompson was in Stanford 'GntH-I- t' t used to try ono thing after Emmett, Jr. Distress Goes Chester Lnntlratii, of Mt. Vernon, Sunday. another for corns. I still hud them. is working night ,i the depot in J. used bandages and they mado my B. (J. Fox nnd Frank Robinson, of I "Really does" put upnet slomnrlm C. Reynolds' phut The latter is a Danville attended Richmond couit in order "renlly does" overcome grip sufferer. Mondny. indigestion, dysppsm, gas, heartburn Russell Brown, of Stanford, was and sournpsa due to ncid formentr-tio- n PROW! TOWN in town Monday looking after his inin live minuten thnt just that Little Miss Op Rcece has beer, surance business. largmake Rape's Diupepsin very sick for a fi days. Frank Bourne sold three sows nnd est selling Uomach antacid the and pigs SntuVday. One sow Mrs. J. R. Em non nnd children, twenty-fou- r in the world If what you eat of Louisville, who has been visiting nnd eight pigs to W. O. King for $05; feimont nnd turns sour, you blch father, nt K li Lick nn.l sister n sow and eight pigs to Chan, dim- gas and eructate undigested food or her mer for $lfi and a sow and eight water; head is dixzy and aches; at this place h.u r turned home. Mr. and Mis .1 W. Gooch were pigs to G. C. Walker for .$(30. breath i foul; towrur coated; your Dickerson & Carrier sent ten head insides filled with indigestible watitc, visiting nt Mr. U ,11 Ilcgue's Sunday of mules to Richmond court duv. afternoon. remember the moment "Pape's Miss Elizabeth Anderson left MonMr. Leslie Gmtl nnd family will comes in contact with the move to HustoiAiiie this week which day morning for Georgetown, where stomach all such distrexs vanishes is n great disaprx mtment to the peo- she has accepted a nice position in It's truly astoniahinir almost marMrs. Hudson's millinery stoic at that velous, and the joy is ita harm lea ple of this set tiui John Recce h.is erected a new eity. n ess. Corn Drive You Mnfl? Try "(IpIh-H.Miss Virginia Adams has returned barn on his f.i'-fifty-ceA large ease of Pape's nnd They'll l'ecl Itlglit Oil! Mr. Hnssell Hi no, wife and little home after a visit to her cousin, Mis Diupepsin is worth its weight in gold too so big It was murder to put on daughter, Besu were the guets of Mattie Adams. to men and women who can't gel my shoe. I used salves and other The High School paper "The at Duncan Saturthings that nte off more of tho ton Jesse Falconhei their stomachs regulated. It belong will make its second appear- in your home should always be kept they did tho corn. I'd cut and day and Sunday. than dip with Untvps and Bclsors, but ance the last of the week. It is ono handy in ease of a sick, our, npwet The farmers i,f this section are now no more fooling for mo. Two drops of '(Jets-I- t' did all ttio work. busy plowing an prepaiing to laise of the best High School papers in stomach during the day or at night. Tt mnkes tho rorn shrlvid nnd get so Central Kentucky. tobacco. It's the quickest, for loose that you ran just pick It right The citizens and busness men of the stomaih in thesurest antacid 19-- t Miss Lola S , was a visitor of world. off with your fingers!" Lancaster, are high in their praise of Mrs. Lillie SptMit'er Tuesday. nothing nrw disThere has been the superintendent of the Water covered for corns since "(lets-It- " Denmaik has gone dry wns born. Tt's the now way tho. Works, O. Buck, for opening up the dispHtches no not say whethvr butinth" DEATH OF WEST END CHILD it of conimon-senp.dmple, hum way. roads to the city limits during "Optn-It- " Is sold everywhere. 25c "bono dry" variety or not. We shall Undertaker J L. Benzley snow fall. a bottle, or sent on receipt of prlco ed a casket thi.- - morning for furnishsave our cheers until a further statea little by 11. Lawrcnco & Co, Chicago, III. daughter of J. ment is made. Johnson, who lives Bouibon county Democrats who Robert lie, 02 years old, h dead Sold in Stanford and recommend- on the John Caipenter farm State-wid- e ed as the world's best corn remed? beyond Hustotnille. The burial will favor a call through prohibition have it: Nelson county. Ho is survived bv made the Paris papers 2!l2 descendants, children, grandthis afternoon. by Tho Lincoln Pharmacy and The occur on former Claude M. Thomas, of child on ami Paris, to become a candidate for the Penny Drug Store. Democratic nomination foi YES! LIFT A CORN See "The frixif," at opera houve in the Legislrtuie. e.lni rl iv. matinee and tiiirlit. OFF WITHOUT PAIN Mrs. George Kiser, of Winchester, has returned here to conduct her viiaas.EcxruKKiaixsxaM.'sz millinery store this season. Cincinnnti Authority Tells How To Mrs. Dehavon and children, of Mt. Dry Up A Corn Or Callus So It Sterling, are the guests of Miss Nancy Y eager, at her home on LancasLifts Off With Fingers ter street. Mr. and Mrs. James II. Wright ! You corn petered men and women y have rented the home of A. T. on Lancaster street, and have need suffer no longer. Wear the that nearly killed vou before, says moved to it. George G. Menefee, of Birm- this Cincinnati authority, because a Mrs. There is going to be an advance duect-lingham, Ala., will arrived tomorrow few drops of freo.one applied callus, on a tender, aching corn or aqain on WIRE FENCE. I have to be the geust of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. stops soreness at once and soon the Menefee, for several weeks. corn or hardened callus loosen o it contracted for one car on Februroot and ail can be lifted out MILLINERY OPENING ary prices and can save you mowithout pair An important to tho occasion A small hi i'iI" of freezone costs ney by giving me your Older at women who aie particular as to their very li.ttle at nnv druir . . 't but will ' or snf appearance will be our display of positively take off every once. seasonable models on Mai eh 2',i and corn or callus rnis srou' 21. We have never shown a more as it is inexpensive and ' attractive or larger assortment than irritate the surrounding A. we are showing this season and wo If your dr'H'gi't hasn't e f t a smal' most cordially ask your inspection. 7.onc tell htm UiiC!& "2"?1 ifS C? 9V SL JaL legale driK, on We sell the vou from n e JL Fisk hats and Vatel patterns. Miss It is fine ' ts m;e tt ha nr 19-Saunders. every tf "rrisssst3iaiusiiszjiecsijfsasuaaivavm'ii3 iog-ulntor Din-pepsi- Corns Loisin OK With Magic; Gfs-i- r Miss Mnrictta Wallace was here from Campbellsville today. Cashier Charles K. Wilhoit, of the Morelnnd Bank, is m the city today. Mr. and Mrs. R Emmntt ftifinlt aro the proud patents of nn cight- pounti son, wno ins been named It. Owensboro S. A. Wnlker, LANCASTER IN salesman for the Wagon Co., spent the FIVE MINUTES! NO INDIGESTION, GAS OR "' i Bui-Icti- I e, St-i-- Ie n. e -- Nun-nellc- Attention Farmer y ::::::::: r ' well-know- n Ach-lin- o, -- iiwan dtantord 2. 19-- 1 H m in g"" wy W cry $k . rc'-'tivo- H M 1 fiac-tur- fJ & & M America's, Greatest American Story Is New the World's Greatest Feature of Photodrama FASCINATING APPEALING HISTORIC THRILLING . REAL Lincoln Loved The South n Winston ChurcniiFs Great Novel The Selig Masterpiece in Ten Reels l- e. First I ! Was Special Music by Orchestra from Mary Asiderson Theatre, Louisvili o Prices: Matinee, 2St for School Children, and 50c for Adults: At Night, 50c for Everybody a CoK-Js- Remember the Date- - Wednesday, March 7 irimimiTiT-"',Jr'"""'TT"niiinnn- nT .t-.- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, March 6, 1917 BEATS HIS ALARM CLOCK TO IT NOW Pressman Jumps Out of Bed With Old Tims Vigor, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS TANLAC GAVE HIM NEW ENERGY When the alarm clock rang thin morning did you bound out of bed, cat a good breakfast and leave "fit" and roadv for voiir work ? Not if you full lilcu Kdwnrd R . pounds at 7 cents. bought of Kmmett C. L. Carter n bunch of i McCorniack hogs at 1 1 cents. J, 0. Newland of near Rowland, bought of Mace I'lummcr, of Crab I.orso mule Orchard, a for $90. .1. M. Craig bought of J. M. Reynolds of the Hoc Lick section some 225 pound hogs at $11.10 per hundred. This is a record price for hogs in this section. Jit. Vernon Signal. "T. W. Jones sold to Harry Fryc, of the Hubble section, 15 feeding hogs, averaging 75 pounds ut 10 ia Tin illun snlll tn Hock WlMlVOr. of .i,,, s!imX locality. 25 averaging ioo pounds, at the same price, T. W. Jones bought of Yowcll & Kails, of the West r.nil, two car loads of hoB at 11 2 cents. There 1- -1 loO-poun- T. W. Jones sold to 0. P. Huffman two butcher heifers, averaging OGO d 2 two-year-o- Harry Hill sold to Joe H. Murphy two brood sows for $07.50. H. W. Givens sold to W. Ij. Lawson n bunch of hoes nt 11 - cents. Lexington is in the midst of bran famine and a mixed feed famine and both horses jind cattle arc being put on short rashions. W. M. Bright & Sons, proprietor ;f llright's Inn Fnrm, sold to T. W. Jones 200 fat wethers, com nnd alcents. falfa fed, at 9 At Peters Hros.' sale in Montgom ery county corn sold at $5.80, sheep $12.50, mules $100 to $210, siionts $8.50 kond, milk cows, $79 to $84, corn fodder 25c shock, chickens $7.70 dozen, lard 21c, hams and sides 21c. 11- -4 gressional HELM A BENTDICT Hon. Hnrvcy Helm, of Stanford, Congressman from the Eighth Con- mony. mistress of Stnnford. They were united in thc holv iionds of wedlock in the parlors of the Phoenx Hotel at 11 o'clock, thc Rev. Benjamin Jny uusii, pastor or the Second I'rcsby-tcrin- n church performing the cerenf-fo- blessedness, took unto himself a wife. Tuesdny morning he arrived in Lexington over the C. & O. from Washington nnd was met bv the bride, Miss Mary McRoborts Bruce, post- district, tired of single 1- -2 1-- finli vvnmlt pressman, :t200 Tampa nve- - EDWARD E. SCHWANDT. nue, Cleveland, used to feel. Here is the story in his own words: "The last year was a trying one for me. My health had been steadily on the down grade. Often it would be 1 or 2 o'clock bcfoic' I could go to sleep. I got up in the morning almost as tired as when wint to bed. "During the day my stomach both ered me After eating I had a heavy bloated feeling. I was tired all the time and didn't have any ambition. My nerve1! wove upset. Mv body I Figures indicating unprecedented growth in thc merchant marine of the United States were published in New York by the Journal of Commerce Rowing that during thirty-on- e moillhs of war the total canital authorized in the formation of new ship corporations aggregated 0 with February, 1917, setting a new monthly high record. Fifteen new corporations with capital stock totaling $30,525,000 were formed last month, according to the statistics, as compared with March of 1910, the previous record month, when $12,155,000 in stock was issued. Factors in this revival of ship construction, it was pointed out, have been the enormous volume of tonnage destroyed in submarine wargovernor urged support fare, something unknown in previous V.V0iminF J'l'Bi,,B''ii,8 ni-f',',.'" YOUNG AMERICA for- ""- ".-.- ' "" oi in tn t;erman cri- - wars; an inclination by many ""'. '"' about Pa rreddic. what did you learn weighing V"'. "900 pounds, :,r.u two sis tne Resolutions promising men an d eign shipping interests to operate in school today? under United States registry because ' i'S"r1,ns hlV1(,s at materials for lefen.se wore nasse son How to get out bly snufTin , i$25. He ,14 ''V'lrhl "'I bought from Mr. Mssea-1 by the the American flag has altered the of Washingto greatest red ink up my nose. protection; and abnormal ger, of Davidson county, lenn.,nnd the Governor of urge d profits earned by ship companies three good mare mules for $"(i the consideration of defense meas- A tiny electric lamp is mounted on Glasgow Times. Mr. Kzeil, generally in spite of tonnage losses. it will be the handle of a fafety razor of Eng-- , remembered, M.owoJ a string of ures. lisli invention WHY POP CORN POPS Stanford. horses at the 1015 fair At Toledo. O.. Mrs. Mary Dubiel sr Nature has filled a grain cf pop idiot and killed herself while kneeld with starch ing at prayer and holding her baby corn in her arms. Bad health is believed to grains. The interior of the grain is divided into a large number cf cells, have caused the rash act. each of which may be likened to a tin box, the walls of which are suffj 20-YeFARM LOANS iciently strong to withstand considerin sums of $2,000 or more. No loan able pressure from within. Upon the why it pays to buy ALUMINUM WARE! First reason, it lasts; application of heat the mjisturc fee charged. Phone or Write present in each little box is convertsecond reason, it satisfies; third reason, it is modern and sanitary; D. A. ed into steam that finally escapes by the other reasons you will find out after using. Come in nnd see explosion. In some cases thc Lancaster, Ky. of great force. A ve-- y high the many useful articles we have for ycur kitchen. degree of heat is required for satisfactory popping. This causes most of R. M. NEWLAND the cells to explode simultanecusly. Headauarters far Best The grain of corn then literally turns FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE inside out, and is transformed into a Phone 1G8 and 4.'?. Stanford. Ky. relative large mass of white starch. i i sed by Mr. Taft when he visits . Little Rock. Governor Williams, of Oklahoma, is nlo to deliver an at the Little Rock meeting. At Dallas, Tex., Mayor Lindsay, one ol the influential men of the ., ,in.i.w u ii iui limiting, ni i.mM mmc. jvi vuv Lone Star State, and chaiiman of the utiv uiio British army. Theie are now more Texas branch of the leairue, wth the Tnnlac is sold exclusively in Stan . than 11,000 head in the local yards1 aid of a committee of fifteen, made awaiting orders for ship-- up that representatives the Cham- ford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. meat are luesday representing and in-- 1 her of of Commerce, fromnifacturers' of Ma Coleman, Proprietor. vestment of more than $100,000 and i Association and other prominent Tanlac can now be obtained in fol- the stock on hand is valued at more citizens is planning a state conven-tha- n tion of the League to Enforce Peace. $000,000. lowing ncarny cities: Morclar.d, AbThos. H. Ezell, raham Minks; Hustonville. Adams purcahsed a pair of Nashville, Tenn., fine Thc K0tucky House of Rcpre-l- ( Jitos.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis- hand black mare,.....mules, .nf!iHv.. vnetnr.Uv ,.;,.,-.,. .... a ,T x.hb IVfllt ,;., Mirg. Joe McWilUams; Middleburg, ' weignt ::.tuu pounds, lor :;:;!. le mova f the action of a handful 6f W. C. Bryant: Crab Orchard, Lvne a," 1'"! C,1I!11SC,(1 il l'air of good eight-- 1 i;njtt.,i statos Sltm(ors in tvin , 1( year-ol- d black Wiknu'c na.,ls,' - ,th Iircs- iro ' 1 Bros. . Brodhead, John Robins; t' - nanus, weignt mare mules,V7() Lan" ,ii.iu for JU"cnt mternatonal crisis. Both houses -. i t, m.ii.i. ..., tiouglit two coming tlirec .vear od,0f the Ohio Genreal Acmbly pass- ice uck, Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, AV. hay mare mules 10 hands high, C(j resolution'.- - criticising Senators ' weighing 2,050 for S.'170. He bought responsible for the defeat of the A . Horton. u.i m:uvAlmell iwo eonimguiree-.ve.ii-.iM- u Neutrality Bill West Gtiyton-Haringto- n Col-Tanlad-dr- cs i Al litre-- . in ached foot were so sore I cou'd hardly bo.ir my weight Upon them. Finally T "I couldn't get relief. tried Taalac and right then and the o I began to get baiter. My worries are all over now. I go to bed and My never wake up until morning. aches have left me. I have a splendid appetite and am able to satisfy 't, too, no food disagrees with my stomach. "I am glad to say a good word for and honestly believe that it wilt do for other people what it has! cone lor me. .i bought one oi inc loans oi Sharpo & urnnson, of Casey. Harry Jones bought the Ilamp Daily place near Chestnut Grove school' house in the Urindle Kidge from Kddie section of Rockcastle for $1,500. McQuire of Richmond This is a well improved litti" place of about 00 ar"es and in a good community. At W. J. Riser's sale in Bourbon rountv, sheep brought from $12.25 to $18.75 a head; bred gilts, $118 to $40; boar, $21; Jersey cows, $41 to $70; Jersey bull, $85; weanling Jersey calves, $17 to $19; horses, $02 to"$l!0. Corn in the crib, $0 to $0.10 a barrel. Thos II. Ezell, Nashville, Tenn., has sold his champion show jack of 1910, King William 0134, to Fairish Hros., of Springdale, Ark. This handsome fellow is five years old, black hands with white points, 15 4 standard and weighs 1,100 pounds. He won 15 first prizes out of 19 shows in the show season of 1910. The price received fas $1,000. Thirty-twPercherons averaged $872 at the sale of the estate of late C. F. Singmaster, Kcota, la. The champion American-brestallion at the Panama International Exposi- tion sold for $",000. Magnesium, an imported stallion, brought $2,205. stallion Acolite, an American-brewent at $1,975. The mares sold well and were worth very penny paid for them. The 19 stallions averaged $977 and the Hi mares $717. Owing to the heavy demand for the seed for cropping purposes, hemp seed took a sudden jump Monday from $12.50 to $10 per bushel, ac- -' cording to announcement of the Goodloe Company, of Lexington. There is said to be only a vey limited supply of hemp seed in the coun try, and the few growers who have been fortunate enough to raise any enough to sivo it! and until now will reap a small fortune their holdings. Fioni the herd of nearly hve thou-- I sand head of mulea ii- the yards of Co.. near Columbia, Tenn., 000 head were shipped iiom the yards oi the "In. b.Hl. Mule CP,;'. lllL's;' for the o d d far-sight- rc, -- 2l m t(.h?lca!'s' . T ' . - i and organizations. At Atlanta, for instance, Governor Karris, of Georgia. Mavor Candler. Clark Howell, editor of the Constitution, the Chamber of Commerce and indeed, all the leading citizens are working with enertry and enthusiasm to make Mr. Taft's visit to the Georgia nictrop-li- s tlh.- most notable event of thkind in the State's history. It is to be a Georgia affair, with representative "iti'ens from every part of the State, and no merely a city gathering. At Kiriniiighnni, Ala., the Chamber of Commerce is arranging a luncheon at which President Taft is to be the of honor and a mass meeting in tne laigesl auditorium in the city in he evening :.t which Mr. Taft is to be the principal speaker, In Arkansas Governor Iirough, wh the aid of the Chamber of merce and a strong committee, is ar- tanging a state convention of the League to Enforce Peace to be e I Com-from ad-th- March 2U; Hirniinghr.ni, Ala., March Nashville .Tenn., March 25; Memphis, Tenn., March 20, morning; Little Rock, Ark., March 20, evening; Dallas, Tex., March 27; Okla28-2City, Okla., homa March Leaving Oklahoma City on the evening of March 29, Mr. Tnit will e in Chicago on the evening of March .10 and will reach hi3 home in New Haven, on the afternoon of April 1. President Taft's tour is to be made under the auspices of the League to Enforce Peace, the arrang-ment- s nt each ston being made by the local branch of the organization with leading citizens TAFT TO TOUR SOUTH Relieving that "there nre some things worse than wnr." to use his own wrods, William It. Taft, former President of the United States, now professor of international law at Vale University niul President of the League to En fore Peace, has cancelled all his paid lecture engagements from Maich 18 to April 4 in oredr that he may ride, like Paul Revere through the South and Southwest, to rouse twentieth century minute men to a proper appreciation of their duty to defend their rights now and hereafter. Mr. Taft's itinerary is as fillows: Richmond, Vn., March 21; Greensboro, N. C, March 22; Atlanta. Ga., 21; 9. ar-riv- The wedding was n very quiet and came as a surprise to their many friends. The ceremony was witnessed by Mrs. II. J. McRoberts and Miss Anne Davis McRoberts, of Stanford, who accompanied the bride, and Col. W. V. Walton, the veteran editor of Lexington. The bride nnd groom left on the 11:45 C. & O. morning train for Washington. Congressman Helm is one of the most widely known men in the State. He possibly knows more men. women nnd children in his district than any other Congressman in the United States. He has a wonderful faculty of remembering names and faces. Once he meets a person he never forgets the individual. It is said he knows every man, women and child in Lincoln county. He knows more people in Madison county, we believe excepting John F. White nnd O. P. Jackson, than any man in the county. He is a member of several imnor-tacommittees in the House of Representatives nnd hurried back to Washington to be on hand when needed. He and his bride will witness the inaugural ceremonies of President Wilson and Vice President Marshall on Monday. It is not known when the couple will return to Kennt Auto Owners Attention I have opened a ir Radiator Repair Shop In Danville and am prepared to give you the best of service at the lowest prices an exceedingly handsome brunette, very stately and queen-likShe has been Stanford's postmaster under Wilson administration and has made n most excellent one. Painstaking, obliging and courteous, she has made the patrons of the Stanford nost- ofTice her closer friends by serving them well. Possessing executive ability, tho office has Ticmi managed without friction and the public has been cared for in a way satisfactory is e. tucky. The bride and groom are both natives of Lincoln county. The bride, who is one of Stanford's most popular young women, was reared there and is loved most bv those who know her best. She is the daughter of Col. I. M. Bruce, now located in Florida; Give Me a Trial All Work Guaranteed to all. A romance is connected with the Miss Bruce was for some years private secretary to Mr. Helm at Stanford and when he was elected to Congress and the postmastership at Stanford became vacant, he proposed Miss Bruce's name for the nlnce. She was immediately appointwedding. ed. With hundieds of friends the Register joins in wishng the happy couple many, many years of bliss on the matrimonial sea.' Richmond Regis- . C oack DANVILLE, KY. Across from Laundry I For any information apply to AGENCY di ter. 134 N. 3rd Ave. hB. !e 1- -1 MARINE SHOWS BIG GAIN wiHeLI r. I , CASH for ACCOUNTS The Only Keeley We get you cash on Accounts, Notes, Institute in Kentucky Claims, by collecting quickly anywhere in United States. Collection guaranteed or no charges. : : : : : MAY'S COLLECTION $141,-972,00- J. B. WILLIS ld i Somerset, Ky. Crab Orchard, Kentucky ... -1 .;mS; i- t., 1- -2 -- - ii -- Vir-"J1- !1 Coll ar Fadi All Sizes, 18 to 24 at- - rre.-mc- nt - 40 Cents Turnersville Supply Co. Turnersville, Kentucky tightly-packe- 99 Reasons ar THOMAS cxplo-sionsji- re An Elegant Assortment of W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky anwBlironaMt uticvsasanuaKaFi33r.a Mae; K.'BratimTrxBnvriirTimH PUBLIC SALE our ftum, we will offer at public auction on tho premises near Moreland, beginning at 10 Having sold St. Louis Post-Dispatc- h. BAUGHMAN'S "HE N FEED II. rn is tho Mixture: I ) A. M., on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1917. The following property, , to-w- it: Wo are making a mixed feed for chickens from clean wholesome grain nnd feed, proportioned to make an ideal food for the fowls. hii'h and a good one. 2 Jennet3, in foal. 10 Choice yearling steers. 5 Black heifers, bred to Hereford Bull. r -- nvB bred to Hereford Bull. .1 Calves. -ov veraging about 100 els of Corn. Timothy Hay. my. kinds, 1 ot niture. TERMS: jack, registered and 15 hands, tape measure; fine performer and good breeder. 1 jack, 14 hunds 1 ld -2 Three-yeur-ol- d The superstition that May is an unlucky month for marriages' is an inheritance from ancient Rome. On the ninth, eleventh and thirteenth days of this month the Romans celebrated their All Souls' day, the Lemurella or Iemuria, the festival of the dead. Some maintained that its original name was Remuria, and said that it had been instituted by Romulus to appease the spirit of Remus. Hut the true derivation was from "lemures," ghosts, whence we have named those ghost-lik- e animals, tho lemurs. During the three days of the Lemuria the temples were closed and marriage was deemed of ill omen n belief that came in effect the whole of the month. WAYNESBURG, ROUTE N " Of course tho weather nevt too bad for Green Gooch to bu tie, hogs and mules. The weather is too bad lie. ioi" mobt anything, but land trading. & Day, land agents here Millard sold Casey Jones' farm to a mountain man; Harlan Singleton's to a West Virginia man und C. A. Wells' to a Mr. Dimond, of Lawrence county for the sum of $4,000. Wells will probubly locate somo where in the Illuegrass country, maybe somewhere in the vicinity of Stanford. UNLUCKY MONTH TO WED WATCHES Just received direct from the factory to be sold at ' Popular Prices and Guaranteed 1 y a, wheat, buckwheat, su- scoil, oats and barley. All tn it. Try soma now U'.50 per 100 lbs. -- ' If you need a watch don't fail to inspect this rob-unline. We also have in stock V" d' .. Chains, Cufl fJnks, P xMHeres, . ..-.- .it. r Household and . ., dements of various Kitchen fur- Rings, Fountain Pens. ' J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, . KEH TUCKY Made known on day of sale. Sale to begin promptly nt 10 A. M Wednesduy, March 14, 1917. C. M. BACK & SONS, Moreland, Ky. J. B. Dinwiddie, Auctionner. 18-4- t. ..., nj-i-.- j . i The Lincoln Pharmacy J. W. ACEY, Proprietor' Stanford, Kentucky