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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): March 9, 1917 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1917 int1917030901_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): March 9, 1917 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Established I860 The Interior Journal 58th Year. No. 20. Stanford. Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, March 9, 1917 WITH THE CHURCHES. Elizabcthtown Baptists arc having a $2,000 pipe organ placed in their church. Regular services at the Christian chinch Sundny. Sunday School at 10 o'clock; Preaching 10:45 and C. E. at 0:30: Protracted mtotirg will bsgin nt Hebion chinch Sunday, Much 11. Rev. Adams, of Wilmorc, will conduct the rcvivnl. The Elizabcthtown News prints a good picture of Rev. Homer W. Carpenter, Chancellor of Transylvnnia University, who is taking part in religious efforts at Elizabcthtown. meeting The DeGarmo-McCraat the High Street Baptist church in Somerset resulted in 30 additions to that church and the pledging of $5,025 for a now house of worship. Presbyterian Church March 11; Sunday School vat 9:55; Morning Service at 11, "A Stand Against Wrong." C. E. topic, "Spreading the Good News," John 1:35, Acts 8:14; Evening Service at 7 o'clock. "Chris tian Endurance." Rev. R. N. Cloyd, of Lexington, has been called to the pastorate of the Christian church at Bloomfield The church has been vacant since the resignation of the Rev. P. B. Raines last fall, who retired from the minis try on account of his health. Dr. E. B. Barnes returned from Morehead Monday and reports a sue cessful revival in spite of the bad weather. There wore 35 conversions. Plans are being made to erect a new church building this summer as one of the good results of the meeting. y Tuesdays and Fridays HUSTONVILLE DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER (By A. B. C.) W. W. Tompkins, one of the best W. A. Brady, of Stanford, was in known citizens of Danville, s dead, town Sunday evening. aged 88. Mr. and Airs. Jerry Adams motored bushels of potatoes One thousand in storage were destroyed by lire at to Danville Friday afternoon. Mrs. Jim Powell is improving slowFostoria, O. legis- ly after a siege of la grippe. Despondent over anti-liquClaudo Dinwiddle, of Morclnnd, lation Henry M. Rubel, a Cincinnati was in town sleigh riding Sunday. distiller, suicided. Mrs. Crit Rifle was the week end A "bone dry" prohibition bill passguest of Mrs. Steve Walker, of Laned the lower house of the Nebraska caster. Legislature, 84 to 3. Miss Blanche Barnette is attendMrs. G. A. Morgan is dead in Gnr-raraged 59. She is survived by her ing the Normal Institute at Bowling Green. husband and a daughter. Miss Frederick Pipes, of Danville, persons were burned to Seven Mrs. death when the Koqunnalia hotel at is the guest of her sistcr-in-lnHope, B. "C, was destroyed by flic. Sallie Pipes. McKee RifTc and wife, of Stanford, Indications were given that President Wilson is seeking a way to aim spent Saturday and Sunday with his merchantmen on his own responsi- parents here. Messrs. Thomas and Homer Metbility. calfe, of Danville, were in town Sun11. C. Bright of Danville, was appointed a special agent of the Cen- day evening calling. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Hubble mosus Bureau in securing tobacco stad, CITY COUNCIL MEETING son spent the day with Dr. and Mrs. Hart. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Bohon nnd of Jeff Kendrick, of Pike county, by a falling tree while handsome little son, Porter Floyd was killed spent Sunday in town with relatives. clearing land. T. Carpenter and wife have taken A Chicago bank which loaned $5,- with Mrs. Emmett McCor- to the Republic of China, rooms 000,000 is 'considering the loan of $25,000,-00- 0 mack and will do light housekeeping William Kendrick, tistics. tored from Stanford Sunday and lu W undelivered letters by the dead letoffice during the past year and practically all were restored to their owners. Unted States Collector Ben Marshall, of the Seventh district, has branded as untrue reports that the Seventh and Eighth revenue districts would be consolidated. He said that no action to that end had been suggested to Congress. Senator Lodge attempted Tuesday to introduce the Armed Neutrality Bill, but Vice President Mnrshall sustained a point of order that the Senate could not consider legislation in an extra session when the House had not been called to meet. The present is no time for partisan or factional considerations in international affairs because the need that America prove united in efforts to safeguard President Wilson at a White House luncheon to members of the Democratic National Committee. Announcement was made at the President's palace in Havana that a message had been received there stating that Jose Miguel Gomez, former President of Cuba, had been captured with his entire staff by Col. commander or tne Government troops. Greater Knoxville becomes a reality within thirty days, Gov. Rye having signed the bill, permitting the merger of the four suburban corporations, Park City, Longsdale, Mountninview and Oakwood, with the parent city. Knoxvillo's population thus will be increased from 0 Mrs. Chas. Wheeler and Miss Bess Worthington are in Louisville con suiting an optician, concerning the latter's eyes. Jesse Rout has recently moved his family here from Junction City. They occupy the house of Mrs. Barker, on Danville street. John Hicks, one of our finest young Richmond Climax. men, left here Sunday to enter school Baptist Church March 11; Sun at Bowling Green, where he will take day School at 9:30; Preaching at 11 special training. Young People's meeting at 0:15; For the last month there have been Evangelistic Worship at 7 o'clock. A several severe cases of grippe at the full attendance of the membership home of W. M. RifTc. Mrs. RifTe is is greatly desired at the morning still confined to her room. worship. Business meeting following Miss Katherine Warriner went to the morning worship. Important mat Danville Saturday to take part in a tors to come before the meeting. vocal contest. She was accompanied by Carlisle Myers and mother. TOO DANGEROUS TO OVERLOOK Dr. O. S. Williams and W. M. Do Well To RifTe have been fortunate in secur-in- g Stanford People Will bond in Louisville. the agency for the Buick car. More than $225,000,000 worth ofi Heed The Warning checks, drafts, ' money orders and Mrs. John Sandidge and handsome To have good hoalth,.tho dipetion, other valuable; papers were found in little granddaughter, Julia Allen Car$2,-50- additional. The bank of W. T. B. Williams & Sons, of Irvine, with a capital stock of $15,000.00 has a total deposit of over $000,000.00. Southbound local, No. 1.1, proved unlucky for Pearl Tipton, 58 years old, who was run down by it and instantly killed at Irvine. Melvin Young, of Whitley, was sentenced to serve eleven years in the penitentiary for killing Albert Young in December last. Lee Thomas, former Mayor of Williamsburg is dead. He was about 00 years old and a prominent figure in politics there for many years. Harvey T. JefTries, engineer of the Southern passenger train which ran into a street car at Thirtieth street and Broadway, causing four deaths, 0 was held to the grand jury under there. ter penter, of New Castle, Ind., are here at the bedside of Mrs. Uriah Dunn. The Current Events and Fancy Work Club were entertained at the home of Mrs. Ross last week. About twenty were present. Many helpful ideas are exchanged at these meetings and the social part is very delightful. The Club will meet with Mrs. Yowell next time. No little amount of excitement was caused in town last week when quaint invitations, in the foim of an anonymous poem written on postals, were received through the mail by the young folks. The invitations read: On Saturday evening at seven o'clock, To Adams' store our set will flocfy The purpose of this you're eager to find, It's only a party, the surprising kind. To what place shall we go is the next thing to learn, Towards the home of "Steele's, our steps we shall turn, As hungiy as dogs, we're liable to be, So "stir up some sugar, or shako Col-laz- o, 33,-00- held for the Federal grand jury by United States Commissioner Supplee on the charge of having made threats against the President. Books and papers in Pauhl's possession contain statement that he is a member of a secret organization which Government officials believe has for its object the assassination of the Presi- Claudo Dinwiddle, Miss Stagg and Roger Hick M'-- s Nannie dent. Weddlo and Horaco Riffo, Miss Mar garet Rowo Powell r. l "rnon Phil- Bad Colds From Sudden Chances Spring brings all kinds of weather dross, Miss Susie BI-- I : " and .vith it como colds and the re- Murphy. Miss Edith " Miss vival vlifof noinrhs and hoarsc-- . Jesse RifTe, MIf Leo Tunov, will !u a new cold or stop the old Murrell Reld, 1 ' 'ng balsams relievo the tor and Chas. "' i il the irritated wifo proved tissue. Get 'oday and start treatment ut in. z your druggist, REED BAUGH 25c. Formula on t1 o bottle. p Cfaronco Leslo Reed and Miss WANTED Coarse .stone put out Baugh, popular young peopln of on roadside for repairing the pikes, the Southern ond of tho county, wore ot $4 per rod. J. L. McKee Riffo, married at Rov. J. A. Singleton's by County Engineer. that gentleman Wednesday. Eliz-ibot" to 85,000. Amos II. Pauhl, 70 years old, was the fruit tree. At the named hour quite a enwd had assembled at the appointed nlace and with fruit and can ly in abundance, went immediately to h home of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Steele oi Main street. Mr .and Mrs. Steele :ei'mcd very much surprised, but gave thaii guests a very warm rccootiop. Rook and other card games weie nuyed. nnd one of the most enjoyable fea ture of the evening was the excellent music furnished by the phuo ami victrola, Mr. Steele having recently purchased a handsome machine and a nice assortment of records. Among those present were: Miss Clara Nun- nelley and Bon, Pruitt, Miss Martha Tucker and Gcorgo Barnette, Miss Scott, of Tnylorsvillo and Carroll Reid Allen, Miss Lydia Weddlo and "' I I Eva-lin- -- 20-4- t. heart, lungs and kidneys must work perfectly. When there is anything wrong with the digestion, heart or lungs, a very noticeable pain gives prompt warning. Kidney trouble is more eaisly overlooked, however, and too often gains a long start. But kidney trouble does give early signs, and backache, headaches, dizzy spells, lheumatic pains, too frequent, scanty or painful urination should not be neglected. When these warnings appears, use Doan's Kidney Pills, the reliable, successful, kidney reme dy. Assist the medicine by taking things easier, reducing the diet and the use of liquors. A severe attack of kidney disease may be avoided. Doan's Kidney Pills have won the grateful praise of Stanford people. Read this Stanford resident's endorsement. W. A. Brent, farmer, R. F. D. No. 2, Stanford, says: "I have used Doan's Kidney Pills and know they are a good medicine. My kidneys were weak and inactive and I had soreness and dull pains across my back. My kidneys acted irregularly, also. Doan's Kidney Pills soon put my kidneys in good shape." VOU NEED A SPRING LAXATIVE Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't Dr. King's New Life Pills will resimply ask for a kidney remedy get move the accumulated wastes of winDoan's Kidney Pills the same that ter from your intestines, the burden Mr. Brent had. Co., of the blood. Get that sluggish spring Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 20-- 1 fever feeling out of your system, brighten your eye, clear your comBROTHERS FREEZE TODEATH plexion. Get that vim and snnp of Mat Ramsey, 70 years old, and good purified healthy blood. Dr. Brooks Ramsey, 54, bachelor bro- King's New Life Pills are' thers, were found dead near Bowling laxative that aids nature's proGreen. The eldest was found in a cess, try them tonight. At all drugwoods, one mile from home; the gists, 25c. other half a mile from home, near READ ROY ARNOLD'S "AD" the bank of a creek. Both were in town Monday and started home late Your attention is called to the ad in the afternoon. They word in a vertisement on our eighth page of state of intoxicntion and it is believ- Roy Arnold, the Danvillo buggy nnd ed that they froze to death. auto man. It is worth your time to read it. Mr. Arnold will be here MonSPRING COLDS ARE DANGEROUS day with a sample of his wares, which Sudden (hnnirpa nf fnmnnniturn you should make it a point to see. and underwear bring tyring colds iviin hiuiiou up nead, sore throat and STOCK MARKET. funeral cold s,vuipto'-- " dose of CINCINNATI Dr. King's Now Discovery is sure ro- Hogs Receipts 5,000; steady; cat'iof. this lmmiv cnmlilnntinn nf nnti. tle receipts, 000, strong; calves septic clears the u, i. jH,,... balsams i.i niumimiucs -head, i weak, $G.00 12.25; slicop receipts luuiuca niu iu...:... anil milieu strong, $010.35; lambs, vhiit might have been a lingering none, told is broken up. Don't stop treat- steady. ment when rollnf ia folf no n half cured cold is dangerous. Tako The procee ai the D. A. R. Dr. King's New Discovery till your zoning, March 14, cold is gone. At all dr.uggists. plays Wedno will go toward buying a flag for tho When the Dramatic Club invited Stanford Graded and High School. 20-- 1 . their friends to see them act last fall, much ability was shown at this Every play is a comedy that the first appearance. Now they are bordering on tho professional and much clubs will present. So como and laugh of the work is very artistic. See them with us. Admission 25, 35 and 50 20-- 1 20-- 1 March 14th. cents. s fctrongly-recommende- d SENATE PASSES CLOTURE RULE An amendment to the Senate rules giving of its members the power to prevent filibusters and lim it debate, was passed late yesterday by the Scnn'te. The vote was 70 to 3, Senators Gronna, La Folletto and Sherman voting against the change. PRAISE FOR REV. MAHONEY. Action on the amendment camo unWe note in the 'LaPorte News, a expectedly after only six hours of lengthy' letter from Rev. A. H. Mc- debate. The change in rules Is deKee, pastor of the Baptist church at signed to prevent filibusters such as Park Rapids, praising the work of blocked action on the Armed NeuMr. Mahoney nt LaPorte. The occa trality Bill. sion for the letter was a revival scr ESTIMABLE WOMAN ILL vice recently closed at LaPorte, which wns instrumental in Mr. Mahoney Her relatives and numerous friends making, .a great success. In closing were shocked last Thursday evening ..., :vr,. TVTi,: iftL. IU. irir ...1. .Till when they hoard that Mrs. Jane Robllll lUlblJl m. UIV.&VU ttllJIO (the pastor is a southern .gen inson had boon taken suddenly ill. honey, tleman,' scholar and preacher of the Since then she has shown only slight 'old timo religion.' He gets close to improvement and owing to her age the people with his genial manner, and weakened condition, her recovhis refinement of character and his ery is causing grave apprehension. warm heart. LaPorte is to bo con- Her daughter, Mrs. Joe Paxton, of gratulated on having him in their Stanford and Mr. and Mrs. Fleece Prairie, Minn., Led- Robinson, of Macon, Ga., together midst. ger. with other relatives and a competent nurse, are at her bedside. Lancasf" ter Record. fKING'S MOUNTAIN Mr. J d Mrs. Flannigan have re- MISS FOX CHOSEN QUEEN turned their home at Lebanon Juncti iter a few weeks' visit to At a meeting of the men of Centre College Wednesday, Miss Margurelativ and friends here. Hie Dye, who has had a pa erite Fox was unanimously chosen to Mr. Lockland, O., for several be queen nf tho May carnival. She is sition' months! s returned home. He is re- - a daughter of Monte Fox, of Danville. She is spending the winter in cover! nJ from a case of measles. MHsj inhie Ollish, of Cincinnati, Florida. Miss Fox's mother was a sisjiher parents here. ter of Messrs. J. W. nnd II. C. Baugh-mais visit . f tlii city. Mf.'lnSo Padgritt, who huckstered- through this community some "THE CRISIS" GREAT PICTURE time ago has gone back into tho busi"The Crisis," shown at the opera ness again. Wo are certainly glad for he always pays top prices for house Wednesday night, was one of tho host pictures ever seen here, and eggs. Manager C. Hays Foster is due a Elmer Alford is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Rout:i., Mr. vote of thanks for giving Stanford and Mrs. O. M. Routon and little people the opportunity of seeing such son, Herbert Edwin and Nellie Rout- a portrayal. The music, an orchestra the Mary Anderson theatre, on spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. from Louisville, was par excellence. T. M. Alford. The oil men seem to be quite busy CHARLIE CURD SUICIDES in this section, securing leases. Charlie Curd, well known here, News has been received here tint Mr. and Mrs. Luce Collins, of Lud- where he visited when his sister, Mrs. low, formerly of this place, are wear- John Boll Gibson, lived here, suicid ing a long smile over the arrival of ed nt Williamsburg last week, using a revolver. His mother was in the a little son in their homo. Mr. Lucion Faulkner purchased a room when the act was committed. horse from Mr. Hub Jenkins at a Curd had been drinking and had lived a reckless life for some time. fancy price. Little Lawrence Dye is able to be GOLD MINE FOR PAPER out again. E. C. Walton and J. II. Wright Collis Singleton seems to bo imhave exchanged a gold mine for proving. paper, R. M. Newland, of Stanford, was Shelton Saufiey's county-sea- t The paper is a tho Interior-Journahere Monday writing insurance. Mr. Harvey Jenkins and Mr. C. good one and wo do not blame Walton Jeffeiys made a business trip to for he could not live free in any other atmosphere. Long live his virile pen. Wayncsburg Saturday. Casey County News. two-thiro- At nn adjourned meeting of the city council last night permit was granted W. W. Withers for the building of a frame residence on Logan nvenue. The building, wo nrc informed, will be modern nnd commodious. Mrs. Annie Dorr was granted permission to erect nn awning for her store on East Main street and W. II. Brady was given n similar peimit. J. W. Acey asked for permission to build nn oil tnnk in front of his drug store, which wns granted. The clerk and city attorney were ordered to notify Mrs. E. R. Hutchings that the awning of the Myeis House does not meeting with the requirements of the town's ordinance. Besides being at least eight feet above the street, they must be so built that water will not fall on the pavement. Tho Myers House awning is far enough from the pavement but does not extend far enough to meet the other requirements. R. R. RAGAN BURIED HERE. PRISONERS TAKEN AWAY The five men convicted at the FebRansom R. Rngnn, who died at his Thursday, ruary term of court, which came to homo near Nicholnsvillc was buried here this afternoon nt nn end Thursday, were taken to 2:30. Rev. F. D. Pnlmctcr, of Lan- their places of confinement that caster, conducted services nt the morning by Deputy Sheriffs W. S. grave. Mr. Rngan, who was 09 years Dryc nnd Francis Wcatherford nnd old, lived in this county many years; Will Logan, as guard. They wore for a while nt Highland and later at John Buker, given a life sentence for Prcachcrsvillo, and was one of the tho killing of Lorenzo D. King, John county's best nnd most highly respect- Englcman, colored, convicted ot ed citizens. He is survived by his striking Mitchell Dotson on tho bond n fnrmcr with n blunt instrument, crushing his wife. He was a of Jessamine county. Deceased was skull and rendering his mind a blank, a son of a Methodist preacher and four yenrs and 300 days tho limit and Tom Fish, the Crab Orchard the only one of four brothers who wns not a minister of the Methodist negro, who caught a three to five-yesentence for cutting his wife church. well-knowar and to mother-in-laThey Were taken the Reformatory at Frankfort, and Leonard Fish and Jim Norris, both colored, were tnken to the Re form School at Greendale. The former was given a year for circulating obscene pictures and the latter two to five years for stealing clothes from L. L. Sanders, of Crab Orchard. During the term of court Lafe given colored, was six months in jnil for stealing chickens, and ho and another prisoner are the only ones Jailer DeBorde now has in his keeping. j LODGED 70 OIL LEASES A rcpresentatie of the Daniel Boone Oil Co., an organization composed of Pittsburgh, Pa., capitalists, lodged with Countv Court Clerk G. B. Cooper a few days ago seventy oil leases on lam's in the Snull.trn end of this courts of tht:n wore t taken, we arc informed, by our old friend, Monroe Thompson, who is rapidly becoming one of tho big bugs in the oil business. As the rcording of ten leases is a big day's work, it will be seen that our genial county clerk has enough work on hand for a week or more, at least. M-Js- n, BOTH GAME FIGHTERS That Lincoln county will have one sure enough scrap in the August primary is certain since Will S. Burch, the present County Attorney, has become a candidate for and the Democratic renomination. Although a cripple Bill Burch can' fight it out with the best of them on the hustings "and-I- n the pohtical game he is a past master. His opponent is Judge John Sam Owsley, another game fighter, and tho contest between these two will attract attention wherever they are known. Louisville Times. MILLINERY OPENING to the An important occasion women who are particular as to their appearance will bo our display of seasonable models on March 23 and 24. We have never shown a more attractive or larger assortment than we are showing this season and wo most cordially ask your inspection. We sell tho well-know- n Ach-lln- e, Fisk hats Saunders. and Vatel patterns. Mis 19-- 2. MONDAY IS COUNTY COURT DAY Monday is county court day. Pa- l. trons and friends are invited to call at this office and meet the new managers of the Interior Journal. They are also requested to bring along some news, if they have anv, and if they are "long" on money .they might "fetch" a little of that with them too. HALL ANDERSON'S SALE Foster-Milbur- n non-gripin- g Hall Anderson will dispose of his farm at public sale Sloan's Liniment For Rheumatism splendid The torture of rheumatism, tho on the place between McKinney ami nains and aches that make life un- Hustonville Wednesday, March 21. bearable are relieved bv Sloan's Lin- A lot of stock, feed, fatming impleiment, a clean clear liquid that is easy to apply and more effective ments, etc., will also go to the highthan niussy plasters or ointments be- est biddei. See "ad." cause it nenetrates quickly without rubbing. For the ninny pains nnd GEORGE SINKHORN KILLED following exposure, strains, aches George Sinkhorn, who was killed soreness, Sloan's sprains nnd muscle effective. Al- when tho Ford Automobile Assembly Liniment is promtply ways have n bottle handv for gout, plant at Cincinnati blew up, was a lumbago, toothache, backache, stiff resident of Shelby City. He had takneck and all external pains. At drug- en a position with the concern only gists, 25c. a short while before the accident. Senator Lewis introduced n resoBACK' SALE VEDNESDAY lution yesterday declaring it to be Bear in mind that C. M. Back & the sense of tho Senate that the President has the same power to pro- Sons will have a sale at the King tect commerce with foreign nations place nt Moreland Wednesday. Sec as he has to protect that between elsewhere what they have to dispose of. States. 192-acr- e fii-a- f T. W. Jones bought of MeCornuvk Gnnn, of tho West End, 50 hog weighing 140 pounds, pt 12 2 cents He bought of Dr. J. F. rev' on 30 d shoats at 10 2 cents nnil1 25 of S. II. IL...' to 12c. at 10 & 110-pounrs 1- Confessing numerous church robberies, a Nashville tailor yesterday told of stealing a piano from one of ' w.ilking back two thn c'i""" ( ' jl in order to com-- mi'n '" . tho stolen goods. '' v J. C. One I. II. C. Truck, 1,000-poun- d capacity. New tires and J. M. Cress sold to T. C. Rankin In good shape. A bargain if sold at horso mules for once. Masters and Bowyer, Stana pair of 20-- 2 ford, Ky. $280. fices. .,., candidate fr Mayo- r. in h r .ad an and indc. ... .t '" .ith a woman as' had candiduto for one of the minor of- Lew Shank, defc - Eubanks lost five sheep Wcd- ntclit by dogs. There were k and only six of them five that were killed la mi,.. FOR SALE. y Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, March 9, 1917 H ave You Brought Your Boys To This Boys' Store Lately? It's really a brand new Boy's Shop larger, brighter, greater in stocks and greater in every other way. We found the need of more specialization in these lines that we might serve our patrons better and no sooner did we find the need than we found the means to fulfill it. This Boys' Room is different in every way offering: Great New Stocks of Boys' Clothing. Great New Stocks of Boys' Hats. Great New Stocks of Shirts, Neckwear, Shoes, and Other Furnishings. In fact, everything a boy needs in the way of clothes, all ready and in one place ready in the way a boy wants it, in the way his mother appreciates it, and in the way Dad welcomes it, for he soon sees that full value for every dollar is the purpose of this store. Simple Laxative Remedy Best For Constipation DR. CALDWELL'S NOTHING SYRUP PEPSIN GAVE SATISFACTION WHEN ELSE WOULD ifiiiiill , Ot Immediate Interest Wash Suits in new Novelty Patterns styles right directfrom New York. New middy styles, new belted styles, new Sailor Suits with long trousers. Materials of linens, linen crash, poplins, galateas, kindergarten cloths, etc. Ages 2 2 to 8 years. 1 -- For the Big Brother Special values in the new Norfolk Suits. New loose coats, new pinch back coats, dozens of patterns $7.50, $8.50, $10.00 i &v Nearly every one, nt one time or another suffers from constipation, or inactive bowels, and one of the few conclusions upon which the doctors agree is that regularity of the bowels is an essential to good health. In the family medicine chest of most households will be found one or more of the various remedies recommended for the relief JaniGs Ash J of constipntion. In the majority of homes today the combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin known mild laxative, ami does not gripe or as Dr. Laldwell'H syrup Pepsin is strain, but acts gently nnd brings rerecognized as the standard laxative. lief in an easy, natural manner. Its Druggists everywhere report a con- freedom from opiates or narcotic stantly increasing demand for this drugs makes it the ideal fcniv'y laxa H splendid remedy which is sold for tive. fifty cents a bottle. To avoid imitations and ineffective Mr. James Ash, 102 Green St., substitutes be sure you get Dr. Cumberland, Md., wrote to Dr. Cald- Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, bee that a well Hint he found Dr. Caldwell's facsimile of Dr. Caldwell's signnturc Syrup Pepsin the most effective and his portrait appear on the yellow remedy for constipation he had over carton in which the bottle is packed. used and that he always keeps a bot- A trial bottle, free of charge, can be tle of it on hand for use when nec obtained by writing to Dr. W. IJ. Caldwell, 455 Washington St., Monti-cellessary. Illinois. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a well-ordere- Bfe- ' 4 IIIIIII d X o, TO THE FARMERS OF KENTUCKY After an earnest and careful in- Graves & CotuDanv incUrpo,lteJ Lexington, - - Kentucky :...: ;;Tke Bon's .Own Room Ssry'K, iSS ijr::iuntWM,ili' m ' JgggggwroBan SPANKED BV ORDER OF COURT ! Spanked by oider of court is what happened to a lad in Pennsylvania who stole home money fiom his employer. The hoy's, father lefunded tins money, and applied the trunk strap wheic it did the most good in accordance with the finding of .the humane and mucinous Judge. Lou-'sv.llc Times, PaNni srHMfnjirTV X rfVJTll.VV tuAtJ.:.' A. hcuinntism GOOD APPOINTMENT aches stiffen his joints and When Congresuman Holm recomand reduces his efficiency. At the first twinge get Sloan's mended to the Provident tho appointLiniment, easy to apply, it penc ment of Mr. Haivev McRoberls as tratcs without rubbing and boothes ofmncter of Stanford, he selected mpvce'lcnt L'ontlumun and one the soreness. - ...in m o n fA. ,i "ostniastor. In After that long drive or tedious M1(. t ""ointment he wait in the cold rain apply Sloan's .f h' Liniment to those stiff fingers, i In ( ll"- i an,i )0 fahould aching wrists and arms. i" ..i tor tils excellent stoothncl fir gocold nrinilgiii prom, eller's to you, Mr. Mack. r- . cpruins, it is attacks the "outside" man. Pains and agencies and producers of 22,000,000 out of 35,000,000 tons of coal pro- 'duced annually in certain districts of fht Virginia, arbitrarily to fix prices at which this conl is marketed. The defendants in the second indictments are shaiged with combining, through nine mining companies producing 3,000,000 tons of such AI coal, and with a selling agent, arbi- tirriiy to fix prices and to pool tho proceeds of the sale of tho coal. CORPORATIONS INDICTED New York dispatch says: The federal grand jury which has hei'ii investigating the high cost of food and fuel, returned two indictments, naming as defendants in the firit 108 corpoiatioiis and 55 individuals, and in the second 10 corporations and It! individuals, in the business of producing or selling coal. The defendants in the first indictment are chaiged with participating in a combination among sellinir A muscles -t u- , -- ct, At all drujjfi.su, 22c. 5Cc. o- - j ' i. ' 'i's fleoigctown News. XKrityafjA i uw . d I Connroi itorcl the y, dence of Chm.o. okin, 311 Bran- Ulcis Street, Loui'.ville, turned the fiouso topsy-turvfailed to disturb silverware nnd jewelry, and left an envelope containing $25 on the din- ing table. vestigation in this State relative to the high cost of food products the necessities of life the basic cause can be placed upon the fact that the farmers of Kentucky during 191G failed to plant and produce a amount of food products, not alone to supply the local demand but an inadquate amount for their own family consumption, and arc today buyers in the open market for such. The citizens of the cities and towns are not expected and cannot plant -and produce these necessities, thus relying upon the farmers, and when K-both country and city people become competitive buyers in the open market for these products, it is no wonder that prices soar to the present unreasonable proportions. The first duty the farmer owes to his family is the production of a sufficient amount of food products to sustain and feed the members of that household. This being done they nre independent. BAD COLD? HEADACHY Then conserve the products at hand. AND NOSE STUFFED At this time there are many efforts being put forth to teach the need "Pape's Cold Compound" Ends and advantage conservation of Cold And Grippe In home products. It is done through A Few Hours organized work, through bulletins and through teaching nnd fortunate Take "Pape's Cold Compound" evis the farmer who has learned this ery two hours until you have taken lesson of "production and conserva three doses, then all grippe misery tion." In this way he will be surpris- goes and your cold will be broken. It ed to find to what an exetent this promptly opens your clogged-unoslniger production nnd caring for tho trils and the air passages of the head; surplus product will mean in money stop3 nasty discharge or nose run- AiS'.w: in his pocket and sustenance to his was ELs i ning; relieves the headache, dullness, fellow beings. feverishness, soie throat, sneezis for this reason that I call It ing, soreness and stiffness. the farmers of Kentucky to maDon't stay stutl'ed-up- ! Quit blowterially increase their planting, this ing ni.d snuffling. Ease your throbso that a surplus may accrue l,year, bing head nothing e'sc in the world which when placed upon the market gives such prompt relief us "Pape's will reduce the extremely high cost Cold Compound," which costs only 25 of living and drive penury and want cents at any drug store. It acts withTHOMPSON'S STORE Mts. Ida Thompson and attendng the from the many hungry starving fam- out assistance, tastes nice, and causes ilies of this Commonwealth. We are having wmo very bad meeting. no inconvenience. Accept no substiSincerely, weatJier. Mr. A. A. Wrenn and family have 20-- 1 tute. MAT S. COHEN, Mis. Ethel White and children moved to Paint Lick. Commissioner of Agriculture. were the guests of her sister, Airs. TURKEYS ARE HIGH The meeting that has been in'ses-sio- n Ida Thompson last Wednesday. at this place for several weeks Just before Christmas a gentleman Mr. Wm. Thompson is very ill of has closed. It was CARD OF THANKS residing in Union precinct borrowed conducted by Rev. tonsilitis his many friends are sorry Rice, of Indiana. We, the children of "Mother Car- a fat turkey hen from his colored to know. Mr. Howard and family have mov- ter," desire to express our thanks tennnt for a holiday dinner, agreeMrs. Amanda fiastin is visiting ed into the Charlie Thompson house, nnd apprecution of all that was done ing to furnish him another hen in for our denr mother in her illness the spring, and now the borrower is owned by Kev. John Elder. and death and for the many words scouring the country in his efforts Mrs. Laura Bengc was the guest ,. of comfort given us in our great '" .,. i .. m, a reasonable price a of Mrs. Ida Thompson Saturday. loss. We hope some day to partly turkey hen with which to make good On Saturday nght, March 3rd, the these timely deeds and shall his promise. He attended the Shinklo Old Friends Death Angel called at Mr. George ever cherish the friendship of one sale last Saturday, where he saw a Smith's, of Woodstock and took for and all. Mrs. W. It. Holley, J. A., turkey hen bring $10.75 and he reits victim, George. He said he was Goerge and Walter W. Carter. turned homo hoping to be nble to ready and willing to go and praised compromise the matter and prevent Ifisli God for that w& consolation. Ho was breaking otr diplomatic relations with DRY BILLS SIGNED about 00 years old and a good true tho tenant. If you desire further in-f Just before Congress adjourned oi motion husband, nnd father. Deceased leaves address Warren Lassing, a wife and eight children to mourn the President signed tho District of at Union, inclosing a.two-cent stamp. Columbia prohibition bill, nnd a short his loss. time bofoie the Senate approved the Should open hostilities bo declarIt. A. Smith is on tho sicl: list. joint resolution extending the effec- ed between the United States and Mrs. Iletsy Abbott remains ill. tive date of the "bone dry" any other nation, tho government Jim Taylor likes his new homo at amendments to the post would have at hand ready for inHroughtontown. ofllce appropriations bill until July stant duty a force of more than 0 Mr. Richard Wrenn has the mea- 1 next. These acts completed a re physicians and Runmnna !.. sles at Mr. 'Granville Heuderickson's. markable program of prohibition ouglilv enuinm., t .h..i -- .. Mr. James Lamb nnd wifo have re- legislation for tho session. m servo work. turned from Illinois and are living at "W78ve 8one troiu' lfe the Addison place. tocether and whenever Aunt Armina Smith continues Ivefe't a ild cominr about the borne. on, L'r. tun Rlicumntir n its early stages may wu Uric Acid, wMcli, stopp. J it. Moving that it is n 'and, will A petition is being widely circulat- delude you Tho he din contain'" disease of v. locul and tempo system. Tho resuu ' inilnted me.m ed in Marion county nsking the court rary nature. .id u slight numb pnin3 in tho oint3, ' , tivo qual'y a to call an election on May 12, under ness of tno .0.4 and pains in the chron'c stoi. uch raw cough strained t.u,,. t' lUgtho provisions of the county unit law joints or back, thcro may bo no outlieved, llta tiijht chsst Jonw d. tin ward indications of it, but if you do on the question rasping coua easeo, lha x)I(l s of whether or not not these warnings, or you stopped. spiritous, vinous or malt liquors shall rely heed liniments to euro you, if will "'""" ,l". " vigorous upon it For nearly half century Dr. Kink' cuid,tion, which can normal, bo accomplished be sold. Tho town of Lebanon has crow rapidly worse until you havd by taking new discovery ims been tho stand-r- d S. S. S., tho unfailing been "wet" for the past three years, Itheumatlsm in its most violent ferm. ifm?'ly, J?r rheumatic troubles. Our remedy for coughs and coid, fo? These symptoms, mild in the begin- Medical t (o ... .1 f oia ana young. At alt druggists. .it nnd now lias four 'saloons and two ning but growing steudily worse, indinlL quart houses. cate that your blood is. impregnated f.., 3U ira of S. S. S. Swift SDecifio swift Building, Atlanta, Ga, suffi-ccnt m L J mm fepf &Mffi&$& ifSi. hmm NOT IN "COMPLICITY" Senators Vardaman, Democrat, of Mississippi, and Kenyon, Republican, of Iowa, two of the twelve Senators who did not sign the Senate manifesto in favor of the armed neutrality bill and who were included in the group referred to by President Wilson as a "little group of wilful men," who had rendered the country "helpless and contemptible" before the world, explained to the Senate that they had not been in complicity to prevent a vote on the bill. Senator Williams, replying particularly to his colleague, declared emphatically that President Wilson was right in his criticism of a few Senators who made legislation by an overwhelming majority impossible in the Nation's crisis, and that whatever might have been their motive they and not Congress were responsible for the United tates being "helpless and contemptible" before the world. tf ?isi 7 sh vW'- p rar--f or s 21,-00- 'S:fi Rheumatism Should Be ippsd h The Bud r -- nfW.Z.r, Ijpnni-fmnu- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, March 9, 1917 HUSTONV Page Three . Bring" All of. V3v h$ll J ' Prescriptions (for 'the Best' Jlj 'W r JmY' Greatest Care tion department. We taRe Lowest Prices exceptional pride in our prescripThe purest drugs the greatest sKill and care in compounding them the honest adherence to every instruction are all absolutely necessary to give you exactly what the doctor has directed Your life may be endangered by the slightest mistahe. So go where you Know your prescription 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 DRUGSTORE Homer Combcst hns been In our midst for several days. J. 0. Carpenter was here with his new auto. S. P. Stephenson, of Hustonville, sold nine Duroc fnt hogs for $277. J. II. Wright and E. C. Walton, ;nc new managers or the htiwiioia interior Journal, were her" a fev. days ago seeing the good neoplo. T'lej aiv both greatly delighted wih their v,v undertaking. A. J. Weddle & Son bought a large number of country hams a fov clay ago from a Casey county man. Miss Betsy Parker is the gueit of Miss Susie Plain. , Mrs. T. fi. Tupmnn has" been the guest of her daughter, Mrs, W. D. Wolfe, of Indanapnlis nnd is no'v the guest of her son, W. II. Hall at Fi report, 111. Linn Je flora' baby, aged 12 months is dead. tu.r Auto Owners Attention That seal, with all it means to the public, might well be put on every bottle that contains I have opened n PERUNA n,ite Winifred Allen and wife, of Ihe Fork, were here on Saturday. Harry Williams, of the little South Fork, was here a few days ago. Horn, on the 3rd, to the wife of Bright Herring, a boy and his grandfather has him nniued Woodrow Wilson. No other remedy ever offered the American people has more friends after two generations of success: no other rcmcay is morcgencrnlly used In the homes of the people: no other has been so enthusiastically endorsed by the thousands. The reason is found in rrnl merit For coughs, colds caiarth, whether local or systemic, end general dehiliiy following nny ofthe nliovo icrunn will he round eT"-fireliable nnd r 'c Tor irregular u Impaired rik t,n nnd sysl m it W, rfT & 1 ft1 tfTR I HI RR Isaninvalja! lotooij. J. D. Burton, a Middlebuig tablet form for convenience. farmTl tio Peruna may be obtained in Peruna Company, Columbus, Ohi j er, has been in town all week the guest of his ton. Kentucky. Stanford, E. R. Colcmnn, Proprietor, Miss Grace Fields hns returned home from Cincinnati, where she has been for three weeks. Miss Beccher Newborn has accepted a position with Lewis & Drye's Dry Goods store at Bradfordsville. The Climate is Delightful ou tlie Beautiful Mississippi James Camden of Casey county, was in town Tuesday morning. Mrs. S. P. Stephenson, who has been visiting her sister in West Virginia, has returned home. Allen Tucker, of Hustonville, purchased a lot of hogs in Casey county DURING MARCH AND APRIL last wok and sold them to Yowcll & Eads at 11 and 12 cents a pound. Enjoy tlie tolnnj air and sunshine in this enchanting They weighed from 140 to 225 pounds. loud of flowers. Play golf or tennis, motor, fish, sail or zosEmmsKEbiKsss. WAYNESBURG . Coakl-- y filled hi" Rev. E. III W iH 1 1 1 T. T 111 El w' T GULF COAST row. Low round trip fares, and convenient train service. Tickets io Now Orleans and Gulf Coast points via Louisville Nashvillo R. R., permit side trip to Pcnsacola at slight cost. For illustrated literature, schedules, etc., opplij to local representatives of the Louisville & Nashville R. R. or address R. D. Puseij, General Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kij. &" Collar Pads All Sizes, 18 to 24 at 40 Cents Turnersville Supply Co. Turneraville, Kentucky appointment Saturday night anil Sunday. Owing to the thep snow there were no services Sunday ni'.ht. II met with The W. M. U. Mrs. W. K Singleton Monday. Helena, the little daughter of Mr. and E. E. Foley has been very ill with pneumonia. J T. Horton has purchased the property of II. 11. Singleton on corner of Mam street, near the depot hotel. II. and will run an H. Singleton has moved into the property vacated by Urban Singleton, who has moved to the fann of the late Hardin Singleton. J. M. Reynolds has rented the property of Mrs. Mattie Gooch opposite the church and will take possession soon as the weather will permit. MITCHELLSBURG Mrs. Gooch will move into the rooms Mr. Tommie Good h...-- returned to she has rented over the bank. Wnynusburg is on a boom in genIndanapnlis, after spent several eral. Theie are oil men conu..g on months with his mother, nrly every train. Goodo. he real estate firm of Thompson Mrs. Mattie Lee, who has u 'olds sold the Kennedv farm of s to a Mr. Burk of Pike sick for some 'me, is better. r .$1,800. has accepted a posiJ. H. She1. .id' Triplett, little son of N tion with nger Sewing Machine, " fell from a wagoi SaturCo. g and was very badly day en as taken to the Lexington Born to thi .,ife of Charley Wade, hurt. H' hospital lurday niglit. a son. Mrs. E. ' P. Vanover died R. A. Good and D. T. Baldwin, of home noiii- here Sunday. The at her burial Lexington, came over last Wednes- occurred in the Waynesburg cemeday for a few days' visit to Thomp- tery Monday. Much sympathy is felt for hen heart broken familv. son Broyles and family. Rev. E. W. Coakley on the Mrs. Will Good and little son, Earl noon train Monthly for left Campbells- visited relatives here. vnie to attend the mule institute. W. R. Singleton attended the Bible Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Carpenter, of Pcrryvillc visited their daughter here. Institute at Eubank last Tuesday. Miss Lda Robinson and Lee Brown The new Baptist church will soon were married at the bride's home be completed. Saturday by Rev. Coakley. They left for Cincinnati Sunday, where the groom has a nice position. CARD OF THANKS Mr. Miller Sanders, of Elmwood We wish to thank our friends and Place, O., visited neighbors for their kindness shown first of last week. the homefolks the us during the illness and death of our Mrs. M. P. Padgett and son, Keith little son, Charles Steele, for the returned home Friday after an exbeautiful floral offerings given by the tended visit to her son, Sam Padgett in Tennessee. Hustonville Telephone Company, also T. S. Reynolds purchased a mule Rev. Baugh and Rev. Brandenburg from G. W. Carpenter at a fancy for their consoling words and the price. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Morgan anil choir for its selections. Mr. and daughter, Velma and Miss Nora Mrs. Gilmore Burton. Florence were in Stanford Thursday. - iaiiviiic W Jl "Brw " m . JJk I U 6 c and am prepared to give you the best of service at the lowest prices Give Me a Trial AH Work Guaranteed I wL !rsi PUT DANVILLE, KY. Across from laundry 134 N. 3rd Ave. Public Having sold our farm, we will offer at public auction, on the premises, near Moreland, beginning at 10:00 A. M. THE UNIVERSAL CAR In the scale of advancing business costs, Ford travel continues the same positive economy. City and country salesmen, manufacturers, merchants, professional men every demand for motor car transportation is satisfied in the Ford car at about two cents a mile to operate and maintain. Over 1,700,000 Ford cars are making performance and profit every day. Runabout $315, Touring Car $3G0, Coupelet $505, Town Car $595, Sedan $G45 all f. o. b. Detroit. Place your order now. ! H. C. Anderson, Agent Stanford, Ky. Steele & Burton, Agents Huitouville, Ky. 4EL jmu iiiu mi my iect. i nave had no calves. return of tho trouble sinee. Thin was twin Deathoritlge has reMHs Daily omo ten years ago."' Mils. Nancv turned heme from Ludlow. aANUKiM, 3a8 Central Ave S. P. Bishop, who has been ill is Thousands of women right hero in Ken- not improving. tucky who are now blessed with robust health cannot understand why thousands Modifications of tho Senate rules to Df other women continue to worry anil suiTer from ailments peculiar to women prevent filibusters like the one that when they can obtain for a trilling sum characterized tho closing session of Dr. Pierces Prescription, which tho last Congress virtually was ivill surelv mul nnii-k-l)n ,i. ..it .,..:.. distrcbs and misery and restore the agreed upon by a conference Committee of fivo Democrats nnd five Rewumainy iiuictioiia to perfect health. Young mothera who preserve tho publicans. Tho proposed legislation charms of face and figuro in spite of an provide that on tho call of sixteen incrcaMiig family and tho care of growing a vote shall be had on a children aro alwuya to bo envied. Doctor Senators I'lerco'a Favorito Prescription gives tho motion to shut off debate nnd that simigiii mm neaim upon which happy tho majority of any quorum shall motherhood depends. It pmctically does settle the question. away with tho paina of maternity. It enables tho mother to nourish the infant Four men are dead, another is belifo depending on her. and ml.v i.. lieved to bo n a dying condition and hourly happiness of watching the develop eight othor men aro suffering from ment of a perfectly healthy child. serious injuries as the result of an . Kw.b ii,..i,i ...i... i.;i;.... ' ,""""!""i cosuveiiets, ami all derangements of tho liver. Kinm,..!, explosion in the assembling room of nid bowels nro rclioved, prevented, by ' tho Fonl Automobile Company at Dr. Pierce's Pleasant l'tllcts. Cincinnati The high cost of living has been FLOYD brought to the attention of the City (Just over the Lincoln Line) Council at Bowling Green in the form Farmers are behind with their of a request from women of the city work. There has been but little plowing done. that vacant lots be put into A great many people in this and adjoining neighborhoods had many Irish potatoes to freeze. John Lav and wife called on W. WOMEN OF KENTUCKY. II. Griffin Sunday afternoon. Claude Foster and wife visited in Newport, Ky. "I have had a very Somerset a few davs last week. The entire families of A. L. and goou experience with 'Favorito Pre- C. L. Harmon, who have been confinscription.' I was ed to their rooms with lagrippe, arc dragged out and ho able to be out again. Chas, B Surber visited his sister, severely eick with female trouble that Mrs. M. N. Griffin. The farmers of this vicinity met I was down in bed night and organized a and had to give up Wednesday all work. I did not Farmers' Club of 20 members. Our get any strength Countv Agent, Mr. Wilson, was with from anything. us and gave a nice talk on farming. Then 1 read of M. N. Griffin has his new smokewhat Dr. Pierco's house completed. Favorito I'rescrip- M. C. Higgins and wife visited his jthers anil my husband procured two bot- sisters at Pulaski. Mrs. Cvrus Surlier has been on the tles of 'Prescription' at Iho drug store. I sick list for several days. Eot utroncer at oncn mul lm iiki f Rev It. E. Todd passed through uoiucs Drought, mo up from my sick bed here hist week with a nice cow nnd urn Wednesday, Mar. 14 the following property to-wi- t: jack, registered and 5 hands One tape measure; fine performer and good breeder. One jack, 4 hands high; good one. Two Jennets, in foal. Forty choice yearling steers. Five black heifers, bred to Hereford Bull. Five cows bred to Hereford Bull. Three calves. Twelve shoats, averaging about 00 pounds. About 75 barrels of corn. Two hundred bales of Timothy hay. Lot of loose hay. Farming implements of various kinds, etc. Lot of Household and Kitchen Furniture. 1 1 1 Terms made konwn on day of sale. Sale to begin, promptly at 10 a. m., Wednesday, Mch. 14, 1917 C.M.BACK MORELAND, KY. J. B. DINW1DDIE, Auctioneer. CASH for ACCOUNTS The Only Keeley Wo 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 AGENCY For any information apply to J. H. WILLIS Somerset, Ky. Crab Orchard, Kentuqkyi Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: The Interior Journal E. Friday, March 9, 1917 C Wnlton and J. H. Wright KV- - nUrtA at the pnttrfiot at flanord, trrond tlatt mail matter. Doth Issues n week, per renr.................. ..$1.60 . l.jJJJ Twice a week, for 8 month "j Twice a work, for 0 months....... 0 Tnlce a week, for 3 months l.Ov n week, either Itstte, per year Once to nil! P' Subscriptions are per stops when time for which It l paid, l "P Subscription Rates New Shirts for Spring and Summer Here Ready and Waiting 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 peaches and cream colors, dignified quiet colors, big broad stripe shirts-pur- ple, green, blue, helio, black and white. Splendid new patterns and colDotftTRm or effects. Guaranteed Tailored The Interior Journnl 1 nuthnrtied to announce the fnllowlnc.cnndidatcs for office to the Democratic primary tho flrtt 3l-nrds- y fee In AncuM, 1017. (Announcement county ofllco la $10; for district of for flee, $15; for city or magisterial office $5. rjo nnnonncement will be made until fee ii paid In advance.) Political Announcements. For State Senator JAY W. HARLAN H. CLAY KAUFFMAN J. R. MOUNT. M. S. BAUGHMAN. For Sheriff J. II. LIVINGSTON. For County Judge W. S. DRYE. M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE For County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY. To plant, plow, worm, strip and pack tobacco is hard work; and when a man raises a big bunch of tobacco he is entitled to a big "bunch" of MONEY. You must put your "Tobacco Money" somewhere for SAFE KEEPING. We offer you the services and safety of our bank and try to make you "feel at home" when you come in. Then why not For Representative II. G. SKILES. For Jailer For Assessor W. S. BURCH Why " W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMER Royal rTl)is store is tfm authorized resident efcafer I for The Royal Tailors Suits and RoyafTaifored-to-Measur- c Get That Look? andSo. fast colors. $1.00 to $5.00 Come and let us show you our big For Magistrate 1st Dist. J. T. DUDDERAR LET US HAVE CLOTURE J. N. CASH Overcoats RULE at $i85 $2o,$25,$3o,$35 assortment s Put YOUR money in OUR bank. Wc pay three per cent interest. iJ The Lincoln County National Bank "Corner Next to Court House" Stanford, Kentucky An Elegant Assortment of WATCHES Just received direct from the at ' factory-sold -- It is remarkable, and has been shown discreditable, that any law making body, where Democracy rules by reason of its majority, should be without a rule to close thereby Riving one man or a handful of men the power to prevent a vole and practically to control legislation. The United State de- Senate, which poses as the most de- rather plain language, but it s .,. t .,.. ... tvt.v,.: ,.,in ...... v,... i.rauu.. liberative body on earth, without a .i.v.1. points cloture or closing rule, placed itself, Stone take one or the other of the dilcma, Mississippi do likewise in the ridiculous and contemptible attitude of permitting the disgusting for Vardeman, New York for Oregon for Lane and Ar LaFolIott". aided and abetted by the kansas for Kirby it wHl show to the traitorious ''tone, a Democrat in ' 'i'riot in prac country with what detesfation theo name and "d decline traitors, who voted with the se tice, to ucu- to give the , i'rht he Republicans against the armed neu take trality proposition of President Wil kcd to arm n five- - son that loyalty to tne government ther means of t e, McRoberts & Bailey mt of; TR a Gall Cure horse collar at high. C. M- cn. .. .c.v. ,.f ,.,!!, J $1.75. That s notafnrn At J. ITrn0o drawal he says: "I thank one and all who promised to support me in the AUTO SERVICE anywnere; day primary. To those who have opnc3c:d or night; reasonable prices. Call me I hope the good Lord will have phone 234. T. H. Eads. mercy upon their proud soul?." FOR SALE Pure bred Buff OrStrikes us that both the democratic v and the good county of Clark pington eggs; 75 cents per setting of layers. C. C. Withers. 17 ... .ours by Cant Boone's retire- 17. Great ment f ,cm the 'a ( FOR SALE Or to farm out, a , jack-in nice one of the coming Senator Cummins, shape. See H. C. Anderso: , Stan- twelve men who failed to sign the Senate manifesto favoring passage of ford, Ky. the armed neutrality bill, declared in HAVE the Senate that "any man in the "Virginia" just received a shipment of saddles made on the Senate or out of it, of high or low patent tree. J. C. McClary, degree," who said he conspired to Stanford. lS.ffr defeat that bill "deliberatedly FOR SALE Soft drink stand r pool room wth three tables. All rentare paid in full. Failing-healtMorris Lunsford and Miss May al liconsemy reason for selling. W. A. is Daily, both of Danville, surprised Harney,, Depot street, Stanford, their many friends Tuesday by go Ky. f ing to Covington where they were united in marriage. ANY TRUSTEE in Lincoln wishing to secure an experienced Normal trained teacher should consult Fannie Young, Richmond, Ky. E-S. N. S., this month. Recommen20-dations will be given. .,,.i frtm the race for .,.,,. t .. ri....i- ,.... u. ...... i - Repr-sentr.ti- ve ,:., ...o ...-.- .- r,,a 15-t- f. 14-4- -- 1 to be Popular Prices and Guaranteed If you need a watch don't fail to inspect this line. We also have in stock, Watch Fobs and Chains, Cuff Links, Bracelets, Rings, Fountain Pens, Etc. LaVallieres, The Lincoln Pharmacy I J. W. ACEY, Proprietor Stanford, Kentucky to carried horror aim m it patriotic Americans, who think that the president could have asked nothing less and that ho ought to have demanded more in order to cope with the nation that has placed so many indignities upon us, without cause or excuse. True 77 senators, 30 of them Republican, signed a manifesto that they were for giving the president all he asked for, thereby helping with moral effect, but changing little the practical affect with the Imperial government, which recognizes that the president's hands are tied. President Wilson would call the new congress into session, but says it is useless to do so as long as "a little group of wilful men, repre senting no opinion but their own, can render a great government help less and contemptible." The senate now in executive session has the opportunity to abolish a rule that permits the majority to be enslaved and the American people are hoping, yea demanding that it put an end tp such an anachronous state of affairs. a-- Jnt lm of the seas. It ""lade and patriotism still animates their citizenry that have been so 'shamelessly misrepresented by their unfaithful servants. IG-t- f Wil-bou- We are hoping for the best and fearing the worst from the extraordinary session of the legislature. It has been in session nearly a month now and very little has been done to- rn h wards improving our archaic revenue laws. Considering the results of the body when in session before, it seems almost hoping against hope to expect any good thvng of it. Already 35 bills have been introduced, inproposition to cluding the worn-ou- t tax bachelors, with which those lacking in originality hope to get in the limelight for a season. The pestiferous Harvey, too, is again in action, but the way he was squelched ought AT to teach him a lesson on the reason ! the legislature was called together again. CENT -A- 19-t- iJTiiuiJJff'IWl'EJi jMMEDYFORMEN. YOUR DRUGGIST. K. 4t fa -WORD Gov. Hatfield, the retiring gover 0iMWl ttf 10 Ceivts New SSmmmmjf aButtoiv $1:00 a Rip "Dutchess" Trousers Now your pants are a little 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 Genuine Oliver Plows Collars, Hames, Chains and Breathes there a man with soul so dead who can read the President's FOR SALE-mix- -- Timothy, clover and inaugural address and not have his hay. A. W. Carpenter, heart swell with gratitude that God land, Ky. raised up such a man to direct the affairs of this nation at one of the FOR SALE Five most critical periods in its history. mules and two broke mares. J. W. Every words shows the thorough Baughman, Stanford. consecration of the man to his patriotic duty and proves him the patriot and a statesman that the country did itself honor in decreeing he should for a second term preside over its That old war horse of democracy, destinies. We are one of that vast Capt. Sam M. Boone, formerly of majority Unit is willing to leave everything to him, satified that if it Somerset but for several years a resis possible he will still continue to ident of Winchester, ba3 withdrawn keep us out of war with credit and honor. He is striving with all tho ear3 pound can Apples 10c nestness of sorely tried soul to keep this country from Weing engulfed in 3 pound can fine Peaches. ...10c One efficient way to remove tho cruel and terrible world conflict nasal catarrh is to treat its cause 3 pound can Pumpkin 10c but if he finds that he cannot and which in most cases is physical hostilities have to be dectond the 2 pounds Pork and Beans 10c -- The system needs weakness. people will stand behind h'm in a more oil and easily digested 2 pounds Red Beans 10c manner that will make the I.uFolI-etteand you should liquid-foo2 pound4 Gooseberries 10c tho Stones and the rest of tho i take a spoonful of filthy dozen hang their heads in 3 pounds hominy 10c shame. In his present efforts the 1 pcund hominy, can 5c country feels in no humor to read criticisms of him and those egotistic 3 pound can Pears 10c aim nniruraineu editors who essay Cal. Pink Beans 11 1.2c to do so only advertise their ussin- Cranberry Beans nity. 10c ed nor of West Virginia, pardoned 05 persons serving sentences in the State prison, including 10 convicted of first degree murder, during the closing hours of his administration. ofl Eight other persons convicted murder in a less degree were granted pardons. He had previously during his four year term pardoned forty-on- e life .term convicts and had shown clemency to a total of 174 persons in the State prison and 232 prisoners in the various county jails. Gov, Hatfield must have been trying to break the record established by Gov. Luke P. Blackburn of Kentucky, gone but not forgotten. PAINTING AND PAPER HANGBLUE GRASS SEED for sale. T. ING. Have your painting and paE. Baldwin, Jr., Silver Creek. 17-- 6 pering done by me; satisfaction guaranteed so it would be to your inWANTED Lincoln County bank terest to let me figure with you before contracting your job. G. L. stock. Call at this office. 18-t20tf Bradley, Hustonville. C (Ads here are 1 cent a worn eaen Issue, cash with order; no ad lees than 25c each issue.) ADS FOR RENT. Cottage on Huston-vil- le street, now occupied by C. H. Mullins, possession can be given April 1st. This is a new cottage,, and in condition. See E. 19-T. Pence, Jr. first-class 2: three-year-o- ld 19-t- f. FOR SALE One Winton Six, power in No. 1 good shape. Will' sell for $400 on easy terms or will trade for stock. Write J. J. Carter,. Waynesburg, Ky., or see John Woner and the car at Bailey Garage, Stan1G-ford. . 90-ho- rse & At The Old Price package National Corn Flakes while they last Sc Daily Shipments of Bread try a loaf and be convinced While they last Pint bottle Snider's Oyster Cocktail Sauce, originally 35c, our price 27c 10c Coffee 15c to 45c Try our 35c Golden Cup Coffee, which we will sell, three pound can for 00c until Apr. 1 Don't Have Catarrh s, d, scons d EMULSION after each meal to enrich your blood and help heal the sensU tive membranes with its pure properties. The results of this Scott's oil-foo- Backhands In speaking of how Senator Works, of California, misrepresented his state in his votes and acts against this country maintaining its rights from tho encroachments of Germany, the Los Angeles Times denounces him CALL AND COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH OTHERS w. Crab Orchard, Kentucky E. PERKINS, and adds that "it hopes he will not return to his home in thnt city but go lo uerjnany or hell, ;referably the latter now that his term of misrepresentation is at an end." This Is Emulsion treatment will surprise those who have used irritating snuffs and vapors. E. B. CAMPBELL PHONE No. 2C1 GettheGcnuineSCOTT'S STANFORD, KY. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 9, 1917 Corns Page Five I Piil Right I" PREPAREDNESS For 35 years this Bank has been PREPARED, and READY to serve its customers, and is NOW READY! Off With "Gtts-lt- " 2 Drops, and tho Corn is a "Doner corn-ptilns, MILLINERY rj&m?rI Whrn you've pot to wnlk on tho Hides of oiir ulico to net nwny thorn's from those awful e only one common-sensthliiR to do. 4m w The T'lil VfP m 1M T1 wt&t xj& JftTTUjJM - Ojf- IT iH T w 1 I ' " m ?" m nTT T ii y IhiC v - BIV 7ul ffflm . - - - - Mit nil t .. n m ,m i. m. uj iljv &&i J B .a Ppk i -- t J- ' r rjk CnniM Style Shop -- j ., ' ". Bank Opens 9 A. M. Bank Closes 3 P. M. Imp DHL)' MSHI Watch This Space Each Week Won't THIS BUCKEYE $8.50 FREIGHrPAID We have others $8.50 and up; 60 Eggs io 600. Write for catalog. We pay the freight. The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. J. S. HOCKER, President S. T. HARRIS, Vice-Preside- H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cahier C. HAYS FOSTER, As$t. Cashier No new discovery has liuen tnfRe In was since "CScts-- lt liom. Don't forcct that fact. "Gets- nway forever with the ubo It" docs corn-remove- rs Suell in WjiUt. I!eslds, Tlies'll Mirlret, l.ouncu urnl l'ccl Ofll on tho Put 2 or 2 drops of "Gcts-H- " n corn right nwny. I'aln and will disappear, the corn will hoKln to shrivel from that Instant .lion It loosnns rind falls rlKht off. In There's no other the world that acts like "(JeUi-lt.- " lullnm-mntlocorn-rciiiov- er "ncts-tll- " Your It Belongs To Us W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. Bookkeeper of salves that Irritate, handaKcs that mnke a bundle of your toe, plasters that half ao the work, knives and pclssors that draw blood. Use "Gets-It- " no more dlKKlrm or cutting. "Gets-It- " is hold everywhere, 25o a bottle, or sent on receipt of prlco bjr K. iJiwronce & Co., Chicago, III. Rella-- Arnold Our Garden Seed Catalogue Now Ready. Write for it. You may Save Money. Francis Dr. A. S. Golden Blend Coffee, 25c Pound. Office Price's Old PERSONAL AND SOCIAL March 9 Woman's Club reception in the club rooms at 7:30 o'clock. Bculah-Walk10 The Mnrch with Miss Katie will meet Circle Lynn Wood at 2:30 o'clock. March 14 Evening of plays under auspices of D. A. R.'s at the opera 20-- 2 house nt 8 o'clock. March 15 The Dixie Rook Club will meet with Mrs. T. J. Hill, Jr., at 2 o'clock. . J. S. McKittrick left yesterady for March 16 Evening of plays at a visit to his brothers, Mr. Wallace 2"-- 2 Crab Orchard at 8 o'clock. Oklaha-mMcKittrick, at Comanche, a, Mrs. Alfred Pence is a grippe sufferer, but is some better. Newell Fox left Wednesday for Covington, where he has a position. Mr. Fiank Garner has returned to Illinois after a visit to his mother, Mrs. Nannie Gamer U the East End. Dr. P. W. Logan and wife, who have been at the home of Mrs. Peggie Hocker and Mr. J. S. Hocker since the death of their daughter, returned to Knoxville Wednesday. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The Stanford, Ky. Four Pounds Sent Postpaid for $ 1. It's beginning to sell in Lincoln county. Try it today and be satisfied. 8 Penny Drug Store. Lee Hill is sick with the grip. .Mrs. W. H. Brady has been sick for several days. ' ;,"r in the Lee Perkins is? First National Br.n. Wm, Severance citv f ' several days. d Conrad, of Lo ,is Ray. here im . few days on busine R. K. Popples has been at from Covington for several days. Mrs. M. 0. Geary is spending the week with her parents at Danville. Attorney George E. Stone, of Danville, was here on legal business; Thursday. Mrs. D. L. Trimble, of Lexington, is the guest of her relative, Mrs. James N. Cash. Dr. R. L. Davison has been confined to his home on Danville this week on account of illness. Patterson T:v.iier has been confined to his room for several days on account of a bad cold. Trainmaster Dilly and Agent at J. J. Painter an little daughters, Virginia Lee and Georgia Roscnfield were in Brodhcad today with relatives. George F. Crawford, who represents the Jellico Supply Co., in central Kentucky, is in Jellico for a few days. Miss Ella May Blanford, who has been the guest of Dr. E. J. Brown and Mr. J. D. McKittrick, at Ce- and family for several days returned dar Point, Kansas. Danville Advo- to her home at Livingston today. cate. . Mrs. Rella Arnold Francis, was Rev. David M. Walker, Mrs. Wal- over from Lancaster the first of the ker and their two daughter arrived woe! k ''tig arrangements for from Stanford last Friday afternoon , arrangements for the i and have taken rooms at Mrs. W. S. millinery stole that she will conduct irriger's in the West end. Shelbv here this spring. ews. Mrs. Marvin Worley, of Louisville, Mr. W. B. Overstrect, of Parks- - who" has been the guest of Mrs. W. was up Thursday to see his C. Wilson, , left today for Corbin, d ghter, Mrs. Ed Davis. He brought where she will join her husband and s him little Dorothy Davis, who . from there they will go to McMin-vill- e, has been with her grandparents for Tenn. a week or so. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee, Sr., J. N. Menefee, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Duncan, of Stanford, and Misses Sue and Margaret Sampson, of mil-wee, : Har-rodsbur- g, Mrs. J. W. Acey is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Hughes at Lancas- ter. Mrs. W. W. Hays was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Mildred Beazley at This Week's Seed Prices: Fancy Fancy Fancy Fancy White Red Clover Seed, per bushel, $12.25 " Sapling or Mammoth, 12.25 Timothy, per bushel, 2.85 Northwestern Alfalfa, per bushel, 10.50 Seed Oats, per bushel, .87 Ba Cost. Lancaster today. Mrs. It. T. Bruce went to Richmond today to visit her mother, Mrs. G. B. Turloy and other relatives. picture of the Under a splendid gentleman, the Lancaster Record prints the following: "The appoint ment as postmaster of Stanford of Mr. II. J. Melt hcrts, gives universal satisfaction in Stanford and gratification to his host of friends in Lancaster where lie is as well and favor ably konwn as in his home town." Freight Paid to Your Statior J. S. Turpin sold to Leo Hayden on the Goshen pike, a fresh Jersey cow for $G0. During 191(5 Mrs. Frank Land of Garrard county, sold 1,7"0 dozen eggs for $312.40. r00djML, t.i m i7rf-Mrri.rr- . B'J L5kf 'tpr:& j.ij "ittt fim n hmsfifffc.iflBU.ls Mmt ;v fW . i WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Covington, LUUI IJHtHrWWIBUHIBIWyHlf Kentucky OTCMSmMTRMl iHIM were here Wednesday for Herring Yeager nuptials. the Lancaster Record. Miss Jrthe Addams, of Frankfort, spent the week-en- d the guest of Miss Martha Riker in Harrodsburg, and will come to Danville this week for a and Albert Harris were here visit to friends. Mr. Joseph Claunch, Lebanon of Somerset, Ky., spent the- weekbetween trains Thursday. M. Alexander and end the guest of his aunt, Mrs. LoMr. and Mrs. J. Crow and Mrs. Garner Price, of the East End, gan Wood. Miss Lucile were callers at this office Wednesday. Lucy Hankla, of Junction City, were shoppers here of Kansas among the Miss Ollie Woodson, City, is the guest of relatives here. Saturday. Danville Advocate. Mr. J. II. Reed, our genial barber, She has recently been in New York who left Liberty last fall to recuper City for a visit. Word from the Somerset Hospital ate, has returned and is back in his is the effect that County Court barber shop to meet his customers. Clerk C. M. Langdon is getting along He was in Cincinnati, Oklahoma and Texas during January and February nicely. Somerset News. Miss Virginia Bourne, of Lancaster His rest makes him look the picture will return home Wednesday after a of health. Mr. B. W. Leigh, the Hus- ten days' visit with relatives and tonville live stock trader, was here one day last week and bought a pair friends. Lexington Leader. W. D. Edmiston, one of Crab Or- of mules from Bill Allen ad Dow chard's most prominent business Sharpe. Casey County News. men, was here Thursday returning Shclton Saufley, who was editor from Shephcrdsville, where he had and owner of the Stanford Interior- been to look after some business in- Journal until about two weeks ago, terests. when he busted into the ranks of the R. L. Slade, representing the W. plutocracy by selling that excellent H. Harrison Coffee Co., of Cincinna- paper for twenty-fiv- e thousand dol ti, waB here to sec our merchants lars, was in the city today, accompan Wednesday. Mr. Slade has many ied by his wife and handsome young friends in Stanford who are always son. Mr. Saufley was formcry man glad to sec him. aging editor of the Lexington Demo Mrs. Maggie Gover, who came ov- crat, afterwards becoming connected er from Lexington to attended the with the Frankfort State Journal and burial of her aunt, Mrs. Sarah Car- then going to Stanford, where he ter, is the guest of friends and rela- bought the Interior-JournaLex tives here. Shirley, who accompanied ington Leader. her returned the first of the week. Miss Kate Waters, who has been in J. T. Wilkinson, of Cincinnati, and charge of the local telephone ex Harvey Wilkinson, private secretary change for the past several months, of Congressman Harvey Helm, are at will leavo Wednesday to assume home for a period. Tho latter, who charge of the Frankfort exchange. left Washington first of tho week, This is a deserved promotion and n says that Congressman and Mrs. splendid testimonial of the high es Helm will not be homo for some time. teem in which this young lady is held G. A. Barnes, of Wayno county, lby her employers. Since coming to and E. L. Gadberry, former cashier Richmond Miss Waters has mado of tho Waynesburg Deposit Bank, frineds and greatly endeared herself were hero Thursday. Both gentle- to tho office force of tho local commen arc interested in tho oil indus- pany. We wish her success in her new try and arc taking leases in the field. Richmond Register. Southern end of Lincoln for the out-of-to- lIMi iiHI 1 III ttttt Royal Baking Powder makes it possible to produce appetizing and wholesome cakes, muffins, cornbread, etc., with fewer eggs than are usually required. In many recipes the number of eggs may be reduced and excellent results obtained by adding an additional quantity of Royal Baking Powder, about a teaspoon, for each egg omitted. The following tested recipe is a practical illustration: SPONGE CAKE cup sugar i cup water 3 cess 2 teaspoons Royal Daklng Powder 1 1 1 Public Sale I will sell at public auction at my place, beginning at 9:30 a. m. Wednesday, March 21, 1917 My splendid farm of 192 Acres, More or Less Located 2 2 miles from Hustonville, 1 2 miles from McKinney, on the Q. and C. railroad and on the waters of the Hanging Fork. The land is in a high state of cultivation and the outhouses are in good shape. The dwelling is hardly a fitting one for the place. At the same time and place, 1 will also sell the following stock, etc.: HORSES One mare; one 1G hands high. MULES One coming aged mule; pair 15 cup flour teaspoon salt J 6 cup cold water 1 teaspoon flavoring Doll sugar and water DIRECTIONS: until syrup spins a thread nnd add to tlia ftilHy beaten whites of cucs.beatlne until the mixture is cold. Silt together tinea times the flour, salt and baking powder; beat yolks of cges until thick; add a little at a time flour mUture and cue yolks alternately to white of ecc miiture, stir-rlafter each addition. Add ' cup cold water and flavoring. Mix lightly and ImLj In moderate oven one hour. The old method called for 6 eggs and no baking powder horse; one horse) combined mare; one pair one geldings, BAKING POWDER Mado from Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes, adds none but healthful qualities to the food. ROYAL i mule; 3-- one coming mule; one 4 hands, mare mules. CATTLE Six high grade cows, all red; one high grade red bull; two high grade bull calves, all red; four high grade heifers. FARMING IMPLEMENTS One binder; one mower; one Oliver chilled plow; one Vulcan turning plow; one garden plow; two cultivators; one garden one Disc harrow; one A. A. harrow; lot of corn and hay; corn planter; one buckboard; one cider mill, one wagon; one buggy and harness; 7,000 tobacco sticks, and other A good many other things not mentioned farming implements. here. Terms made known on day of sale. Remember the hcvr 9:30 A. M. r; No Alum No Phosphate L. P. Weaver sold to J. Lee phy for April 1st delivery ten MurlfiO-poun- of inflammatory rlienmatism at her homo in tho country. Mrs. Hayden Lenvell has returned to Lancaster, from tho Danville Hospital whero sho underwent a serious surgical operation. Her many friends wjll bo glad to know sho has entirely recovered. Danville Messenger. Wood Oil Co. Tho many friends of Mrs. John W. Hughes regret to hear of her illness Dr. A. S. Price is the guest of his brothers in Lancaster. The I. J.'s Hustonvillo correspondent, William Dunn, is in tho city today. He tells us that his mother, Mrs. M. M. Dunn, is quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. George P. DeBorde went to Crab Orchard today to see his sisters. Mrs. DeBorde will remain for several days while Mr. DeBorde will return this evening. J. C. Reynolds, tho popular night ticket man and operator, who has been with tho L. & N. a number of years, most of which have been spent here in his homo town, whero ho bus lived sinco ho was a small boy, has resigned, and will accept employment in tho train service with tho Kentucky Division of the L. & N. and will mako his home in Paris or His friends hero wish him suc(PMMUNC& NM'0-M,- ) cess in his new lino of work. Wo ENDS CATARRH, ASTHMA, hardly think his place hero will bo Bronchitis. Croup, Cough and Colds, oi filled by a person as willing and ready money back. Sold end guaranteed bj to accomdate and in every way please The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky, as "J. C." has been. l. d J. hogs at 12c. sold II. Thompson to W. M. HY0MEI mules Plannery a pair of for ?375 and bought of S. Morgan a horse mule for $100. Senator Stone, of Misosuri, will not resign as chairman of the Senate Poreigu Relations Committee and the Senate i3 not to depose him, according to Washington news. The Dramatic Club of Stanford and the Southwick Club of Crab Orchard, will present a number of short plays Wednesday evening, Mnrch 11, under the auspices of tho I). A. It. Tho samo program will be given at Crab Orchard, Priday evening, March 10. Both beginning at 8 o'clock. 20-Ye- ar 20-1 HALL ANDERSON McKlNNEY, KY. S JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer ULKlCSilimBMU h 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS Over 3 Million Loaned Through This Office To the Public: -the l.ircrst and ! t in..d. himso In lliW .muiiv , mid Co., VMeago. Ill M iirriuirti in tucaviirihit nnd dirfclin Ik.- - 'manic of jour clothi h, ivt' mo tlit iidiuniHtfr uttr niiu who in nut n practical tuilur. II ymi will Kie me your order, I will prumin' jm (k You w.ll (quart) dial IIih worth ul . f uionry, iilirr in Iho clnutx'tt trtd.s u, Uw II y llii'lur tin.-iK- . MTl I h'tl crciir clothing l'tl-- reirtfint V t W. KING & SON INSURANCE BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Lexington, Ky. Chcapside & Short i sl prob-abl- y ln' SPRING AND SUMMER uttiili' t an nl Mnys-vill- e. FOIt SALE My jr.ck and Jonnots. in sums of $2,000 or more. No loan lie speaks for himself in musical and fee charged. Phono or Writo harmonious rhythms; an uthletu in action; a model in form, symmetry D. color. His colts brine;, the h;he&t Lancaster, Ky. FARM LOANS H.cRUPLEYr:,: "Eu-eka- t'Ction la now rmdy wwr now nnd lit me kliuw fr 1. A. THOMAS ." prices j his fuvoritc souk, will sell for cash, a kooiT note wr -'change for cattle or sheep, So r hoar ye him. Look Box 101. Jtw-an- d ford, Ky. 18-2- t. Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky; Tuesday, March 9, 1917 WOMAN 000LD COOK LINDSAY What Did You Get? Go nhend, pny the landlord your good hard earned dollar ench month. HARDLY STAND Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Why will women Fulton, N. Y. pny out their money for trertment and receive no benefit, when bo mnny have proved that Lydi.i E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will make them well? For over a year I suffered so from female weakness I could hardly tors said medicines were useless and only an operation would help me, but Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has proved it otherwise. I am now perfectly well nnd can do any kind of work." Mrs. Nkm.ii: Piikm's, care of R. A. Rider, R.F.D. No. 5, Fulton, N. Y. We wish every woman who sufTenj from female troubles, nervousness, backache or the blues could see the letters written by women made well by L din E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound If you have bad symptoms and do not understand the cause, write to the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, JIlss., for helpful advice given free. wflWiOTW What Have You Got? Figure up what you have to show for the "hundreds of dollars' you gave him n fat bundle of receipts. That's All You Got? How much arc they worth today? You couldn't buy n crust of bread with 'em. What will your landlord do to you if you fail to pay your rent? Ir street alone. afraid to go on thu Doc- stand and was 1 He'll Say Get! Just "figger" up the rent you have paid in ten years; quite a sum, isn't it? The amount what's this? You've bought it twice over? Impossible, you say. Not at all figures don't lie. Can't you see the property you've already paid for and nothing to show for it? No. 61. Si'vcn nice town lots in Stanford. walks already laid in front of all of them. One lot on Main street, 00x270; lays well. Price 000.00. One lot on Logan , lays well; nice location for home. Price $600. street, street, one lot 90x100; beautiful location for home. On Miller Price $700.00. Two lots on same street ('.0x138 each; price of Two lots on Whitley street 00x138; price each $300.00. each. Buy one of these, build you a home and quit $300.00 putting your money in a sink hole by paying rent. fiOx-tSO- "UNCLE BILL'S" BLESSING Concrete The Interior-Journa- l, which has been edited by S. M. Saufley, one of the best newspaper men in the State, for years has been sold to E. C. residence in Middlesboro, No. 206. Nice seven-rooKentucky, right on Cumber. land avenue; has an elegant bath room with extra fine fixtures. This house is practically new and only a short distance from the Cumberland Hotel. Also This place nice city lot adjoining same with barn and . a bargain, is rented for $20.00 per month. Will sell .. a can make the lent pay for it. 44. Nice blue grass farm of 243 acies only from Hustonville, in the best farming part of our eoun-t- j d also in splendid graded school district. This farm faces . tiie j.me for a considerable distance and can be easily divided into two or even three small farms. It has a large two-stor- y residence, halls, three porches, etc. Three room tenant house, double crib, ice house, large barn, etc. All this farm is in grass except JO acres and of the amount that is in grass over 100 acres is in blue grass sod. Splendid everlasting spring, cistern, well in barn lot, two large pools never failing water, one of these pools has fish in it. This is an ideal stock farm in splendid community and no better hemp and tobacco land anywhere. You can put this farm in hemp and tobacco and pay for it easily in three years. Price $100.00 per acie. Terms $10,000 down and balance to suit. N. 1 2 mi1 six-roo- m Walton and J. II. Wright. The plant brought $25,000, and is one of the best equipped in Kentucky. This is' the highest price ever paid for a country paper in this section, but when you take into consideration the amount of business the Interior-Journis doing, the price is none too high. This is where Ed Walton first saw the light of day in a print shop and we are glad that ho is "Back Homo," and trust that he will be sat isfied. Mr. Walton has bought more papers than any six men in his native State, and years ago the writer "stuck type" alongside of him in this same office. Mr. Walton is a thorough newspaper man, and will make things hum in his "Old Home Town." Mr. Wright, we do not know, but we are satified that he will make good Here's to you, boys, and we wil' watch for the paper each issue, knowing that we will get the cream of all the news from your section. Somerset News. al 'CASCARETS" FOR A , COLD, BAD BREATH OR SICK HEADACHE No. 208. 800 acres of viigin timber, no part of which lias ever been cut over. This timber consists of chesnut, white and black oak, poplar, hemlock, hickory, etc. It has been estimated at nine million feet of good timber. Price $3.50 per M. Terms $5,000.00 cash, and balance to be paid when lumber is cut and marketed. This property is 2 2 miles from raihoad station and is an exceedingly line piece of timber. 1-- Best For Liver And Bowels, For Biliousness, Sour Stomach And Constipation Get a 10-ce- nt box now. No. 209. 1,000 acres of coal and timber land. Has three separate veins of coal. There is about 200 acres of vein and about 400 acres of vein, about 400 acres of vein. There is sufficient timber on the land for mining purposes, close to the railroad and the title to the same is perfect. Price only $25.00 per acre and terms spot cash. ot ot house, three porches, new No. 124 100 acres, barn 52x40, tobacco and stock bam combned and all other necessary outbuildings. Good well in porch and nine never failing springs on the farm. 80 acres of this place in wheat, corn, oats and alfalfa and grass, and 80 uc res in timber, some good timber and plenty of young timber. 250 nice fruit trees. This is a splendid stock farm, in sight of good school and two churches and about 400 yards off the pike. Price only $3,000, and terms right. This place is very cheap and somebody is going to make good money on it. No. 56. 200 acre farm; residence, porches, etc.; small new barn; also two log houses and old barn; two splendid oftdiards; good never failing springs. Well fenced, all fencing new and about 75 acres of ths farm is bottom land, all cleared and in grass or cultivation, except about 25 acres. The whole farm lays well, in splendid community, close to school and churches and two stores on edgo of farm. This mile and can be easily divided. farm faces road for over Price $4,000 us whole, or will divide. 1- -2 Furred Tongue, Bad Colds, Indigestion, Sallow Skin and Misorible headaches come from a torpid liver and clogged bowels, which cause your to become filled villi fcod, which sours and ferments like garbage in a swill baiicl. That's the first step to untold misery indigestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow skin, mental fears, everything that is horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret tonight will give your constipated bowels a thorough cleansing and straighten you out by moriing. They work while you sloop a box from your druggist will keep you feeling good for months. Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then to keep their stomach, liver and bowels regulated, and never know a miserable moment. Don't forget the children their little insides need a good gentle 20-cleansing, too. stor-iccundi-gptd 10-ce- nt Not for a long time hns there been a grentcr surprise in this community rt 11 r&sw "" than when it was reported that Miss H H jHH H tit fl 'J 1,1 v ftv yl Lillie Pearl Cook was to he married K fof fyinfrmtt 1'iTlllid Dranhro in to William A. Lindsay nnd go South 1 . to live. Mr. Lindsay Is n member of v?! fiflfWTCtfra ?r J For Infants and Clunren. the Western Union Telephone crew H cSSK which came through Highland in 1' r ; j:w December. The crew boarded at C. M. Young's nnd this was where Miss Jt4. Cook met Mr. Lindsay. It seemed to be a case of love at first sight and al'r. though the crew moved on toward ".,i.niml.-.- 1 IT.n CCN1'. Somerset Mr. Lindsay was a regular :c"VI n ri.v Sunday visitor at Highland in spite of the deep snow nnd cold weather. fll" l! IK linii IhcStoiradiS nmuiwgg. After deciding to go bnck to his farm to work at once, he persuaded :,," I: her to marry now instead of later as rTltcrcb7iVomotinDicslion had been planned. They were marriCheerfulness ami r ed by Rev. L. R. Godbcy, pastor of ,J3D King's Mountain Methodist church at Mineral. NoTNAnopiic, and left immediately for Birmingbxz jiccipTrtoidDts&XLaimBK ham, Ala. They were accompanied to Pumpkin f.:2o the train by the friends who had MxSctina hrhtUtSaUi shared tho secret of their wedding. Miss Cook is the oldest daughter of JlfFartati'ttSoU llnm Xnt II. S. Cook, her mother having died Clan fuil Sugar two years ago, she and her brother )mt."yrrrnfhnr had nftdo their home with their 'conslipalionandDiarrhoca grandmother Cook. She will be 18 years old in June. She is beautiful and and as attractive and popular as I OSS OK StbEP 'rcsultinliefcrronnnl'1''1 -r beautiful. Being of a jovial disposi-p tion she is liked by all and it can fac Simile Si4naUjof -O truthfully be said that she numbered K?ea K her friends by her acquaintances. Company. Xhe Ccsmot She was a teacher in the M. E. SunTrygns new day School, where she will be missed so much, for the weather never got too bad for her to attend her church l!E work. It is sincerely hoped that she j J will continue this good work in her new home. While the whole communExact Copy of Wrapper. THE CCNTAUH COMPANY. MCW YOU CITY. ity has been made sad by her absence SBH she has the best wishes of all for a happy and useful life in her new home. Mr. Lindsay lives on a farm Dow Singleton nnd his section JUNCTION CITY a few miles from Birmingham, where The Ladies Aid of the Christian crew have been kept busy this winter. they went to housekeeping a few days church will in the near future give Prof. Hubert Hassler of Vienna, after arriving there. Mrs. Lindsay for the benefit of the church a a Austria, who married a writes back that she likes the South luncheon at the Crystal thea- Chattanooga, Tenn., school girl last fine. Her Chum. tre. fall, and who now hails from PittsA campaign is on at the Christian burg, Tenn., gave an interesting and Sunday School f help get 10,000 instructive talk to the assembled pu- H Bulletin, pjis 0f the Junction City school subscribers for Kentucky's greni day morning. He is known as the sheet, which gives Hongotong Joe and has in the past woilf of the state 11 years traveled around the world, S ". Burke, Jr., and 110,400 miles on 12 different bicycles " .n, of McKinney, ind visited nearly every country nnd of Thurman Helm S .. ..I of the continents. He gave an '...i.'illc. movie lecture at the Crys-Prof. E. C. Lester, E. L. Grnbbs, Theatre on Tuesday night to a Robert D., W. A. Reynolds and Wil- I., ge crowd, on the subjects of Saniliam E. Grubbs attended the Basket tation and Cooperation, and an acBall tournament at Danville Satur- count of his life and travels. day. to make money to take him Word has been received here that through two years' course at Master Cecil Cloyd, son of Mr. and He deserves the help of all. Mrs. James Cloyd. of near Harrods-burThe Modern Woodmom of AmeriKind Mother Uses' broke his leg last week by ca will give a banquet at the McCol-lu- m m Every time mother tiets out Calu catching it in a buggy wheel. He is House on Friday night. AH met I know there's going to be good seven years old. f neighboring Woodmen invited. things to eat at our house. Delicious, Judge Lafe Sharpe, of Liberty, intender, tempting, doughnuts, biscuits, stead of Sampson, as printed in last II. B. Scrivner was chosen as cakes and pies! I 've never seen a bake-da- y report was through here last week nominee for mayor in failure with Calumet. Mother with Dr. Sweeney on his way to the regular city Democratic primary says it's the only Baking Powder that Louisville with Mrs. Sharpe. at Winchester. insures uniform results. S. W. Burke and Miss Frances Received Highest Award. Kclley,. of the High School deserve r W .... . ..o I...1 BiBW m rrtt .if, W special mention for the excellent V Slit In Iub4 AVOIDS way in which they wrote their musical melody for Mrs. James D. Shelby on examination a few days ago. Editor S. N. Eads and his family have returned from Pulaski county. H. F. Ewing sold a sow and five pigs to Mr. Kimberlain for $30 last By Being Constantly Supplied Witb 1 II IlTltiWlH liUA I idfcl L . mwiWK vnv t fcjuuun Genuine Castoria -- Iasiorw Mothers Know That Always ( -i. Bears the (f Signature of juur Ifv A J. h 0 S8 Fm-rishncs- s for yver 4 Z i. Thirty Years 4 i GAST01 K Cafe-tari- IThe it jlc SS . t -- Tucs-Vho- ol i - al He-want- s Wil-mo- re. g, FAMILY SERIOUS SICKNESS 1 Hughes and M'Carty Stanford, Ky. Office Phone 180 Home Phones 152 and 184 t Austrin's reply to the United States Government's request for information as to Austria's stand with regard to unrestricted submarine warfare has been received through unofficial sources. While the note says that Austria "strictly adheres to the assurance already given" and thnt the Government is essentally in accord with the American Government with regard to the protection of neutrals against endangering their lives, it asserts that neutrals will have to bear all losses they suffer by entering territory where warlike operatons are tnkng Austro-IIungaria- n railroad. The L. & N. is preparing to cut out the Linnietta crossing by a road to the north side of railroad, below Linnietta Springs, which will do away with the Stewart crossing to as a regular crossing between here and Alum Springs. Hayden Y. Grubbs is a good cook for a 13 year old boy, as he makes biscuits and soup nnd cooks eggs, when his mother nnd sister are gone from home. He helped his siter, Miss Margaret Lee Grubbs can all her tomatoes and blackberries last summer. Mr. Strieff of Lexington moved inCheapandbigcanBatingPowdorsdonot save you money. Calumet does it's pure to tho property he recently bought of Mrs. Kiley King. and far superior to eour milk and soda. Miss Margaret Lee Grubbs, was one of Mrs. James D. Shelby's music Col. William Douglas Pickett scion pupils, who took part in the musical of an old Virginia family it dead at entertainment at Mrs. Shelby's resi dence at Danville Monday afternoon. Lexington. Her mother accompanied her. IF51! week. Boone Joslin and family have moved to the Booth property on L. & N. Thedford' Black-Draugh- t. stomach trouble. Ten years ago a friend told me to try Thcdford's which I did, and I found it to be the oest family medicine for young and old. I keep ht on hand all the time now, and when my children feel a little bad, they ask me for a dose, and it docs them more good than any medicine they ever tried. We never have a long spell of sickness in our family, since we commenced using Tliedford's Is and has been found to regu-i- te ve weak stomachs, aid digestion, indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, i;adache, sick stomach, and similar symptoms. It has been in constant use for more than 70 years, and has benefited more than a million people. Your druggist sells and recommends Price only 25c Get a Package y. n. C 12a Black-DraugBlack-DraugBlack-Draught." Black-Draught purely-vegetablre-icBlack-Draught. McDtiff, . Va. "I suffered for several years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, ot this place, "with sick headache, and Its Summerlime in Florida p v place. 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, Auuiista, Charleston, Columbia, Savannah, bummervule and other southern resorts. Dining Car Service Kxcurtion Fares now in effect Stopovers and other special features. Full information and fares from local Southern Railway agent oil write B. I iOMHST I T21KI3L3IWH4C 1 brJTTall the Stomach and Intestines, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and other fatal ailments result from Stomach Trouble. Thousands of Stomach Sufferers owo thoir complete recovery to Muyr's Wonderful Remedy. Unliko any other for Stomach Ailments. For bale by Tho Penny Drug Store and druggists n, Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of South tern The Southern Railway Railway Winter Tourist, Variable Tour and Homescek-er- s HtTjI H.T dd.Di.trict Pasi'r Agent, Starki Bldg., Louisville, Ky , ' r '. ; M. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, Match 9, 1917 Page Sever No! No! Positively No! We Have Not Raised Our Prices fabrics the same excellent tailoring and the same splendid service now as always, at the same old price $15. ALL WOOL SUITS TO ORDER "TANLAC SMILE" PDCCTO CDICIinO uUll I u rnitiiUu!ncutri,iity Old Furthermore we guarantee the same all-wo- ol Hotel Man Tells ' CHANGE THE SENATE RULES I The grent wave of indign ition Ithnt has gone over the countiy as t,,e ,CHU,t of tno ,,UIt!nt of tnt' nmi(l' bm ,)y n fiibu8tr '" t,R' iKcnuu.', snouui sureiy ue uiv wans of forcing a material modifirn' ion of the rules of what is claimed tn be How He the "greatest deliberative body of . j ' ' Got Back Good Humor. the world." - I "TANLAC DID IT," HE SAYS "You'ro sure looking gond these days. Where'd you get the smile?" That's the way his friends now greet Joseph Kolb, who lives at the Sherwood Hotel in Cincinnati. Mr. Kolb suit or overcoat. The Scotch Woolen Mills who handle out tailoring business would be justified in asking of their many dealers an advance in price, but they have decided NOT to raise their prices, realizing that the tremendous increase in their present large volume of business will more than make up for the sacrifice in profit. We are heartily in accord with the Scotch Woolen Mills policy, therefore you can come to this store and have your measure taken for a strictly all wool suit and you'll not be asked to pay a single cent more than the regular standard price no less than $15 no more I than $20. The European War has raised the deuce in the cost of nearly every commodity. Woolens have .advanced in price from 25 to 00 .per cent, consequently there is a material advance in the wholesale cost of producing an all wool 1 Wjliij?, f&P" The United States senate ha not been in good repute with tho mr-r- j lean people for a number f jcars. Not only the plutocratic clement has brought it ,into disfavor. The election of senators by tho has rapidly diminished the n miber of plutocrats and represent uim's of. plutocracy in that body in a very few years. This change it the method of electing senators ha- - not, however, in all nstances, bought into that body men of high itellectunl ability. There are too iii.uiy purely talking members, men who have conceived the idea that they must impart to the country tiu-i- wisdom in many, many words, but whose words interest nobody but thcmsevlos. In no other deliberntivt body in the world, as the president says, could such men in a great international crisis talk a vital measure of public defense to death. Some of those who talked the armed neutrality bill to death were pplr cm. ill s-f- . i12r$ f flC-i- - i r It is not necessary to read the Saturday Evening Post to know about this McDOUGALL KITCHEN CABINET f ?7. 5 'ffZJZZ&LiJZS iff j XK 'XfflVM UM iS?A im &M si 5i I. outenberi Hustonville, Ky. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Surveying and Leveling He sure your title is rood. Let me survey your land purchase for you, and make certain. Will go anywhere M. C. Newland, Stanford CAPT. AM BOURNE AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. The high dollar at your sale all the time and at lowest price; sales cried anywhere. Phone 3C4A Lancaster at my expense ' J.M.REYNOLDS -- WAYNESBURG. UNDERTAKER. carry a large and complete stock We of Caskets, Kobes etc at all times. ; Phone: Farmers' line No. - Woodstock line No. - CONTRACTING See B. L. FAGALY for Contracting and Buildinit of any sort Houses, Barns, Etc. Stanford, Kentucky. DENTIST Tuesdays and Wednesday at Crab Orchard Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdayf at Stanford Office in Lincoln Bank Buidin W. W. BURGIN T. W. PENNINGTON, DENTIST Stanford, Ky. Myers House Flats Phone: Office 240; Ret. 1CS J. B. PERKINS DENTIST Phone 214 Room. 28-2- 9, Lincoln Bank Builoine STANFORD. KY any and Repairing of all kiids. For work of this sort, see Phone 254 Plumbing, Tinning A. D. PARSONS Stanford, Ky. South End Fatm can have ull ailments of the! cattle and other live stock l and expertly attended by DR. H. A. PICKETT Vetcrinntian, King's Mountain, K. I can get you highest prices tor your land, stock, crops or household goods. Sales Cried Anywho- -i 1841 JOHN B. DINW1DDIE, MoreUnd. AUCTIONEERING Immediate? Yes! Certain? that the joy of it. Your hair bionics light, wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears as soft, lustious and beautiful as a young girl's after a Dandcrine hair cleanse. .Tiiht try this moisten a GOOD cloth with a littl j Uanderine and is half of a Good Sale. Let me cry carefully draw it through your hair K l. 'CKY your sale and I will got you top taking one small strand at a time. prices. I will go anywhere you want Frnravueanu This will cleanse the hair of dust, WanLA;?.'ri -CTaajrjit7aajgoreTirjsjjngjt i7aro me to and always treat you right. dirt or excessive oil, and in just a M. H. JOHNSON Phone 1920. It. D. 1, Stanford, Ky. few moments you have doubled the EHJfiESSffiEE 3IBaaBig3Bi!iEiiBlIBiBaiB beauty of your hair. A delightful Keadquar-tersurprise awaits those whose hair has "When In Doubt been neglected or is scraggy, faded, Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, Tin- eat anything I want without suffer- dry, brittle ,or thin. Besides beautifyhail-Dandcrine dissolves evning and Guttering Gurantced. ing aflerwaids. I don't have that ing the Myers' Pumps and Gray Engines heavy feeling in my stomach after ery particle of dandruff; cleanses W. K. meals. My food digests without any purifies and invigorates the T L L 1 Stanford, Ky.. trouble ami know it is because Tan- forever stopping itching and falling Phone 188 hair, but what will please you most lac has fixed mo up. j" r i j i will be after a few week's use, when r Glnd to Praise 3 Service "I am glad to pass Tanlac. word you oe new hair fine and downy Livery tho good ' -- "" '$": "!---h Diumniers' Wagons, Carriages and along to anyone "who is suffering like nf fn ut vu l.llf Ti'li.i v., nil' linn Buggies; Open Day and Night. I did. I know Tanlac will do them hair glowing all over the scalp. I1 utos by trip fcr the mile. Give us a some good. It sure fixed mo up. ',k, uZpZ-t3- : you i. ire for pretty, soft hair, and rr.x : zzxs .. t ' ; "zz '.tz . Trial, We Will Please You. -- E f--" r -- f'U That's why I'm wearing this 'Tanlat lots of it suiely get a t- H. H. Carter, Manager. Phone 5. bottle "t r 'frJ ' m Smile.' " r""f Culls answered day or night. of Knowlton's Dandcrine from any CARTER &. CARTER, Stanford, Ky. Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stan- drug store or toilet counter and try ford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. it. fltcol wires, heavily galvanized. rift Mado of largo, strong, Coleman, Proprietor. Amply provides for ospansion and contraction. Is practically YOSEM1TE Tanlac can now be obtained in foleverlasting. Never goe3 wrong, no matter how great a strain I am prepared to vaccinate for AnSunday morning, Mrs. Nancy A. in put on it. Does not mutilate or injure stock. thrax, Black Leg, and all otlr lowing neamy cities: Morelar.d, Abraham Minks; Hustonville. Adams Bastin, aged 80 years, died after a tock diseases. JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, brief illness due to complication of Turns Cattle, Horses, Hogs and ?igs McKinney, True & Co.; Stanford, K. Bros.; Phone 204. Joe McWilliams; Middlcburg, diseases. She had been a sufferor for EVERY ROD GUARANTEED by us and guaranteed by ti.e W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne 45 years previous to her death. She manufacturers. Call and sec it. We can shuw yui how it wnl .k save you money and fence voiir fields so they will stay fenced. Bros.; Brodhead, John Robins; Lan- was a daughter of Ishr.m Caiman, Auto Bus Between caster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, and nianied Ed Bast'n in her young Danville J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. womanhood. They reared a huge and Daily Except Sunday honorable family, most of whom are (St. Asaph Hotel) A. Horton. Leaves Stanford living. Her husband preceded her t m. at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 j). Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at READY TO HELP UNCLE SAM the grave several years ago. She wa i):00 a. m. and 1:80 p. m. There are seven members of the U. a generous hearted neighbor and a Bundles and Packages Carried at member of the Cl..it!w rrsMffraiiCTcffyfyTiTTWTrgBWi". C. V in MiddlesboVo and five of the devoted Low Charges G. A. R. The Confederate veterans church. At tho tinv- of her dcith she O. L MINKS. Pronrietor are. Rev. S. Owsley, B. T. Perkins, was living at the home of her daughAdaline Falconberry. Hei J. B. Haynes, Thos. John M. Casey, D. V. M. G. M. Bioshcer, Campbell and L. B. ter, Mrs. wore 'ateuc.l at the Humremains Blowers, J. W. Veterinary Surgeon Blevins. The Union veterans are: phrey burying ground Monday. We Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College John Cole, Jacob Sowders and three extend our sympathy to the bereaved (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) others whose names were not avail- family Oilke. Farris' Stable Kentucky able. Every one is ready and willing . Measles are raging in this section Danville, your orders for future So don't delay Ad i l'utteet has been ill for to respond to the call of Uncle Sam days with measles which developed delivery. for service if needCrescent and aro anxious Owsley, ed. The Rev. one of the into pneumonia. Heights Confederate veterans, is the fnther Mis. nnie Carter is at Danville Mr. Kirby, who 5 w jT Tj fe of Captnin Estil E. Owsley, of eom- - with her IT Tf fpany II, Second Kentucky Infnntry, was badly burned in the wreck at who died at Ft. Thomas, Ky., two Burnsidc Inst week. ' The. spoko factory has again (,iiys 1'cforu his company was muss- - "jeeen-AngU- S V C its work and will run for Sheep, Duroc Jer.ey Hogs tered out of tho service, which thoy uthdown mT,iraaHwmxtmtJCBM?iif.' two or three month. seen tno Mexican bonier. o )it bloodlines of each of these ," Our town is on n boom in ruga s individ- - j e U. Tho Marion County Medical Soci- to business. Four merchants ar J. C. McCLAR for sale at all times . R. F. D. No. 5 ety at its meeting held last week vot- having a good trade, with from two n, Prop. ed to make tho charge fo day visits nfurd, Kentucky two grist pm1' to three clerks, m-b- ; to are going nil the ti c. Yomniltu Imp $2.00 instead of $1.B0, . chnrgo tho additional GO for boast of as good a Sunday who . foi each mile beginning at fiv with as largo ntte'idanc at ' our FREE catnlog of country visits. soy county uffor' . Fr.it and Shade Trees, Grapo Vines, mB. isfessacb Frank McWhortor, of Lebanon, Shrubs, Roses, Rhubarb, Asparagus, Tho numurous friends of MUs otc. Ev- winner of the twenty-seconannual June Parrish and M. ltoy Chatham Strawberries, Seed Potatoes, oratorical contest held ut Centre erything for Orchard, Lawn and -- were surprised to hear of their marEm:- - ?mer bus been chosen, to represent No Agents. riage in Covington on February 11. Oflicv l'hoiio 107 Home 1'honu 35 Centre in the Stato contest to bo H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS Harrodsburg Democrat. 1017 held in Lexington this year. 'Phone 42, Stanford. Ivy. Lexington, Ky. is AUCTIONEER Take a Bath." JOSEPH KOLB. was in tho hotel business in Cincinnati for 20 years and is well known all over Ohio and Kcntuckv. "That's my Tnnhie Smile' and I got it after Tanlac had built up my is Mr. Kolb's answer. "I!ut I couldn't always- - smile this way," Jlr. Kolb said. "For several yirs I was bothered by a dropping of mucus in my throat. " It made me 'grouchy' because I couldn't- - get rid of it. It got on my nerves, too, and kept mo awake nights. Began Losing Weight. "My stomach went back on me, and naturally I lost my appetite. I couldn't eat much without being sick afterwards. I suffered from bloating and belching gas after eating. I had that tired, heavy feeling, too, and it seemed as if I just had to dng myself around. When I began to cut down on my meals I started to lose weight, too, and my friends got worried about me. "One of them suggested that T try Tanlac and I did. I am glad to say that it helped me back to health. I've got a man-size- d appetite now and can run-down ," advohysterical, cates; others were not. It s not necessary to impugn the motives of any of them, but we have reached a situation in this country when the present rules of the senate can be tolcr-ate- r no longer. The new senate has many new men in it Let us how that this reorganized bodv will speedily so change the rules that the business of the country many bo transacted in an orderly manner and that no one man or dozen men m:y herafter be able to thwart the will of the., people. peace-at-any-pri- See it in our windows PENCE & HILL Main and Depot Sts. Stanford, Kentucky iexaurayjssaBEanjanQgtJji.iMi BAUGHMAM'S Owensboro Messenger. GIRLS! DRAW A MOIST CLOTH THROUGH HAIR, DOUBLE ITS BEAUTY Try This! Hair Gets Thick, Glossy, Wavy Anrl Beautiful At Once "HEN FE 17 TV? We are making a mixed feed for chickens from clean wholesome grain and feed, proportioned to make an ideal food for the fowls. Here is the iMixture: Crncked corn, wheat, buckwheat, su gar cane seed, oats and barley. All feed no waste in it. Try some now you will like it. $2.50 per 100 lbs. H. BAUGHMAN & C0MFANY STANFORD. - n s for AMERICAN FENCE j jit r . WARNER si-d- p. 1 n b-PF- -P- LJ - and Auto j j ' 25-ct'i- it I ts o c- u.t rq -- - znt Tir $. i high-grad- VACCINATE Ellis-bur- g, and Stanford GEORGE H. FARRIS Mr. Farmer! n'acing - Implements Are Advancing! nuvc-r-a- l 'ftFarm High-clas- son-in-la- s Cattle t W.. He rli&Sins Jf. ! i y 'o $&$ ,,'ANTED! s.a ssis? d Gar-do- n. Col-leg- o, Undertaker - ,r Undertaker Embalmer KV. STANFORD. r Page Eight ? n-7k- t WT The Interior Journal, Sta nford, Kentucky: Friday, March 9, 1917 , m mmmm$mmmmmmmmm$ mmmmmmmmmmm,mmm IT IS A WELL KNOWN 0 Compare Ours With The Best In The Land And See How Superior They Are In Quality tnd Workmanship Facts that cannot be denied. There are few, if any Buggies built today as good as Arnold's. Remember that we build the best Buggy and sell it direct to the consumer, saving you all middlemen's profit, also the expense of crating, freight, drayage and drummers. We don't make Harness, but we handle a number of the leading brands. Will sell at ACTUAL WHOLESALE COST any Harness in the house when you purchase a Buggy. The fact is we mean to deal square with you, not claiming to own or control a harness factory, neither have we a number of buggy factories, but on the square we sell the best Buggy that can be bought for the money, and are truly proud of the reputation ARNOLD BUGGIES have made. - 3t m -- i . ft See The New 1917 v&k CHEVROLET It is a wonder of the automobile c w.-w- S age. Arnold's Patent Double Reach Reinforced Gear in use for seven years and as yel there has not been a single broken reach. Can any buggy man beat this record? Let us hear from you. an auto, rides like an auto and is the cheapest priced full equipped auto on earth: has mohair top, electric lights and starter, electric horn, also dimmer and tail light. Will have a carload of 1917 We have the models in. a few days. Far superior to the old car. exclusive agency for Boyle and Garrard Counties. It looks like m At Old Prices We have a number of and Goodrich Silvcrtown Tires and alFabric Tires bought at the old price on which we will make some interestso some ing prices for the next fifteen days for cash and we can save you money. Let us prove it to you. Kelly-Springfield A FEW LEADERS WE HAVE IN OUR SHOW WINDOWS: Tool Boxes $1 .50, Double Cylinder Pumps, brass or black, $1.50, Ford Wheel Tubes atl 0 per cent discount for cash, Champion X 70 cents, A. C. plugs 90 cents, Ford Cutouts $1.50, good ones. AnySparkPlugs thing we have in the house at a reduction, for 5 days. Try some of this and be convinced that it is the best that money can buy at a reduced price. $2.50,Kelly-SpringfieldGoodric- h )f& '$8' 1 Fabric Tire that has not given you entire Satisfaction and they will make it satisfactory to you. Bring them to AROLD'S GARAGE and we will save them for you and have them adjusted to your entire satisfaction. WE SELL the Monticello Wood Oil Gasoline, the highest proof 'g.- - oline sold in this city, which" will work better in your car than any gasoline you can put in it provided you haven't got the hot air tube, for in this case it is too high proof, and in many cases they are easy to remove and your car vfill work fine. In order to further advertise this gasoline we are going to make this gasoline to you for 26c on Friday and Saturday of this week, March 9th and 0th. For the benefit of those who cannot tc.'ke off the hot air pipe we have installed another gasoline tank and or r to you the Standard Oil Gasoline. 1 ring ack Every Goodrich )J?S$ &S ji- - 3 M 1 ID Arnold s ITEMS George A. ftfttiVfttfgtf mf&mmmmm fmmfmmmfm mm&wmmmTank forIndian and wmw Standard USE The Best Gasoline on Earth, Made at Monticello. We have Just Put in a FARM AND TRADE North Second Street ld I'olar'd ( h rms uveinged $90 at a recent side hold in Mitchell, S. I). of Midway, Lawiotice A. Knilc-ymules pair "f bought " of Hardin Fields of Scott, for O. 11. II airman, of Danville, pur- of Preachers-villi- , chiiwd of J. M. averaging ahout 23 heifortt for seven cents a 1,000 pound pound. At iho Sweeney hog sale in Howling Green Maxie Walters pin chased th Ittcbuat now offered, paying $295 iitf th animal. .1. 0. Korfoot bought ono for $77.50. .Taku lirown purchased of J. Harvey Vanilivior a toain of mules for JBQO. It is said that this in one or the vory host team in the whole caunty - Httnodsburg Democrat. yearling trotters fnm Fort irm, "uar Lexington, Walnut at the Garden wile lnought ltwt wuuK, nwking an average of $10(1. Those by San Francisco, 2:0', commanded much better prices than the others, making an average of $759 for fifteen head, ns comparfor five head of Wal-ned with Hall; 2:08 , ld , Harry Hill bought of George HarWilder sold to .1. A bay mare for ris, 15 feeding hogs at 10 cents. Freeman a $150. George Logan bought of Frank Hester, of Preachersville Lawrence 15 ban els of corn at the Burch bought of It. II. Hester, on the Rush former's crib at $(!. Branch pike, seven feeding hogs, It. L. Hubble bought of Mr Adams weighing about 75 pounds at nine of the Hall's Gap section, a and a half cents a pound. horse mule for $115. Leo Mayer, bookmaker and former poolroom owner of Hot Springs, has $100 Reward, $100 announced that ho was willing 'to this bo The wager any part of $25,000 that pkuptfil leaders of tlmt t i pi r will leant to l.'firn Is at wins the Kentucky om dreaded dlseiuso t t'a science has Omar Khayyam, three-year-o- ld t ."... !) I ! Garage Danville, Kentucky Derby. had considerable, Mule dealers stock on the market at Richmond on Monday. Theie was a considerable been ublo to cure In nil demand for mules and the prices ranged high. Hamilton & Gilbert, or Clark county, sold twelve head for $2,300, an average of a k tliHii $100 per lu- ' ' -'' B. F. Dragot - li' ! bis .. 1 fiftv-ac.r- o fn Bingea awl tlmt Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly lnlluenccd by conatltuti)-- il conditions it'lutrcH constitutional treatment. .Hall's Catnrrh Mnilclinj U talu i nuiuull and uctB thru the Illood on tl Mucous Surfaces ot tba S)ntuin thtrtby destroylnt; the f .iv i'"n of tlin i'Ibi ism, giving tho i by build'. pmliiti . i up tlio .') suilim n.nuro In doing Its I oil( mucli .inprlriirj l.nva ii .'UriiiiMj powers bo Hall's of urrh iitfdlctno Hint ilu-- offer Ono 11 ii in I ro Dollars for uny that It fnlU to cure. Send for Hat or testimonials. Address V. J. C1IKNEY & CO.. Toledo. ")hl by all UriiErflst, 75e. i 1 i (,o Jacob Gander sold to S. J. Embry ' Further reductions in the price of State faim demonstrator who made two extra nice young Jersey cows potatoes and other articles of food (nn inspection through the peach belt were noted in New York Wednesday. near Macon, Ga., said that from GO for $00 an $05. Higgins Bros., of Pulaski, sold to William Anderson bought for T. to 90 per cent, of the crop in the James Cox, of the same county, district was destroyed by MonW. Jones and drove in Thursday 24 pounds of liny at 90c. hogs at 10 He got day night's freeze. Reports from R. C. Arnold bought of P. L. Beck, them from Morgan Slusher. (Fort Valley indicated that there was B. P. Martin and Frank Martin, it 25 per cent. loss. POSTED M. D. Elmore. lot of stock shoats at lOcents. At the sale of Western horses at Lancaster Tuesday, King & Eblin disposed of 23 at $50 to $125, or an average of $90. Mitchell Taylor, of Danville. Seed Corn, White and Yellow; Clover, Timothy, Orbought in Pu' Mti of Bruce Jones, a mule for SiisO ,md from Simon Pat-- i chard Grass, German Millet Seed, Etc. rick a prv " mules for $325. T. W. J. to Cincinnati Line of Thursday t load of ' t in the last ' THOMAS' MOWER ' 30 r een feeding ( i 15,-0- 00 100-poun- d FIELD SEEDS t VW 200-pou- Avery's Entire Farming Implements Kinds of Building otock of Above on 9 tc )il. He paid and should make - ut 4. hi tne same vicinity to Campbell Smith for $219 an acre. Sam Long, of Fayette county, bin puichased from II. F. Tackett his faim of ten acres, for which he paid $320 per acre. Georgetown News. lu .if. en bis forty- - tho New Harry t'u.. . .. Hail, on the Crab Orch- York hoiscmnn- has bought about . i. ard pi. ', delivered to J. II. Tlutigh-ma- GOO acres of the J. B. Haggin farm in south of Danville, 25 head of Fayette county at a fabulous price. cattle, that ho had been Tho farm is known as the Muir place feeding. They made an 'average and is one of the very best that comprise the Haggin possessions. gain of 133 in 90 days. v n, Feed Corn, Mill Feed, Etc. Material. We carry F . The Junction City Lumber Co. Phone 17 and 21 Ieorport4 1,100-poun- d Junction City, Ky.