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The Interior Journal 21 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kerijucky, Tuesday, March 13, 1917 Tuesdays and Fridays LAND, STOCK AND CROP IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES WITH THE CHURCHES. THE VERY LATEST R. L. Hubble sold to J. H. Bobbitt The wife of Lewis J. Witherspoon W. B. Mnson. of Lancaster, called Regular prayer mooting at the 000 bond Issue for roads a jack for $250. Is dead in Anderson county. Baptist church Wednesday evening on Senator James in Washington Hcndcrann rnnntv fnrmirs nn Alrs. John Means, n rich widow nf uy a vote ., 5U4 to 44 or yesterday. t i..,i..:.. ru.,..l, MM , . T, VJIIUIVII IKSUVlt'llUU Ashland, died suddenly in New York holding their corn for $1.25 per bul peon.c saiu, inCy wanted a Lebanon Mrs. Jacob Vaught died nt her ?4u(uuuservlcc Wednesday evening at 7, City, shcl. J hiRM.Sfe,i'Uni in Shelby City ., , .. "The Value of Daily Prayer," Dan G: homewas 84 vears old. Sunday night. There arc 51 candidates for the J. M. Roberts, of Pulaski, sold tfl She 10. O. F. Meredith, of Mercer, 15 calve various county offices of Graves Dowd, of this city, were married Tho New York Senate passed n pastor the Rev. county. at $24. Wednesday at Wlnficld. Tennessee. Baptist J. L. Owens,Ferguson, of sub- resolution providing for n referenu church at A. T. Nunnclley sold to J. F. Mil .The State of Maryland paid $2 Somerset News. began a protracted dum on woman suffrage. urb of each for 1,000 Mexican quail to lor, near Frcachcrsville, a milk co John Crutchfield. G4 vears old. meeting Somerset, He is assisted by James W. Gerard, former AmeriSunday. in nn effort to restock tho for $75. died at Lancaster of paralysis. He is Rev. E. W. Coaklcy, of Wayncsburg. can Ambassador, arrived at Key Clias. Ontts, of Danville, sold trf survived by his wife and two sons, State's supply. Rev. Homer Carpenter, chancellor West. Fin., last night from Havana. G. O. Shccnc a Jersey cow last SaH John Crutchfield, of Lexington J. P . Morgan has npplied for a and of Transylvania University, preachPurchase of sixteen nOnrigid diuruay lor $70. 2,500,000 I William life insurance policy, Crutchfield, of Science Hill. ed an excellent sermon to a very rigible airships for coast and harbor W. O. Walker sold to T. W. Jones Mr. Crutchfield was originally from which would be the largest over writlarge crowd at the Christian church patrol work announced by the Navy ten under one name. 20 fat hogs at 12 cents. They average Lexington, where he was buried. Sunday morning. He paid the late Department. 1 cd 1G0 pounds. The engagement of the President's The Somerset News notes the pastor, Dr. I). M. Walker, a beautiWhile attempting to make arrests Dr. L. F. Jones, of Crab Orchard, oldest daughter, Miss Margaret Wilin n mining town in Eastern Ken bought of Henry Catron last week a- deaths ofofMrs. Rachel Inman, aged ful tribute. son, to Frank R. Compton, of Chica34, wife John Inman, of Science Rev. W. C. Sale, pastor of tho tucky, Moyd Little, a Pike county 3 nien snclilln hnrso fnr $140- go has been announced. will;, was peace officer, was shot and killed. E. C. Poynter. of Walnut Fled at his "Uncle Bill" CundifT, aged G9 Uaptist church at hrlangcr, Moving picture theaters are deStrike talk was general among home on the Crab Orchard unanimously called Sunday to as11. X. Kobinson, a seven-yeacreasing in number, according to evsold to pike; Mrs. Lou Newell, aged GO, at sume the pastorate of the Porter trainmen who will meet in Washingold horse mule for $157.50. idence submitted to the New York the home of Mrs., Dennis McCullough Memorial Baptist church at Lexing- ton todny, preparatory to the conferinvestigating Committee. . jonn Livnn. oi uanvine. oouirnt oi, j c ....:.. r sSC uuuon, ngcu ton to succeed Rev. ", i " J. T. Daughcrty, ence to be held in New York ThursYowell & Co.. of HustonviUe. In addition to his other committee who resigned to accept a call in Har- day. yearling cattle for $35 a head assignments. Senator James has been While American seamen are patrolof Casov countv nro din county. Harry Frye, of Hubble, bought theRepublicans displaying any placed on the Rules and Privileges ling Santiago and a number of shore only ones interest d two cattle of Elzic Youna in and Elections Committees. stations, there are no indications of HORSE SALES IN EAST END of Columbia at seven cents a nound.' andthe campaign for the local jobs Ten million mei. have been killed, they have precipitated a J. M. Cress sold to Mack Hughes, any intention to interfere with local Elzic and R. K. Young, of Colum-- j for various berths. With the scramble wounded, captured or are missing in authority. entry of a the European war, according to figuiu, soiu 10 nice uros., oi Lancaster, James Chclf, the race for County of Danville, Mr. Hughes sold gelding Excitement attendant upon being him a 20 steers for $5G a Judge now has a quintette of start- for $200. compiled. The number of men. ures just few days days later for $275. Mr. accused of the theft of a diamond head. dead is said to be more than 4,000,-0- 0. Remember this great meeting for ers, others being Harrison Simp- Cress also sold to Henry Lunsford a ring resulted in death for Lee MilW. M. Hysinger. of Rockcastle,- - son, theI). Taylor, men and boys and be. there. J. Henry Thomas nnd d gelding for $150. P, lion on the highway near Donaldson. here.4 B. E. Choate, who mutilated HenThis meeting is only one impo- sold to B. F. Robinson, of Boyle, J. M. Tilford. Casey county Demo- B. Thompson sold to Owens, of Clark county yesterday. ry Campbell in Graves county be- rtant feature in the series of revivals Monday, a horse mule crats, who have in the past landed The Government will collect about geldKnox county, a cause he charged that the latter had services now being conducted at He- for $180. some of the county offices, are play- ing for $180. Alfred Owens, of the $300,000,000 in income taxes during J. M. Tarkington sold to Johnson ing a waiting game before deciding Preachersville section, sold been intimate with his wife, was giv- bron church, under the joint leaderto same the current fiscal year, or about two en three years and four months in ship of the pastor, Rev. J. M. Rob- & Whitehouse, of Danville, 40 horse for $175. and a half times as much as during hogs nt 13c. They are to go on whnt they will do in the local party a the pen. inson and Dr. Adams. campaign this year. All of these good animals are by the preceding twelve months. The Missouri house passed an Regular revival services every ev- April 1 to 10. George Washburn, aged 53, was Peyton E. Parrish's Rex Moki. P. C. Sandidge, of the Millcdge-vill- e BAD bijl for hotels and public ening at 7:30, every afternoon at 2 shot to death by his daughter, Mrs. WEATHER CUTS CROWD section, bought of Wallace Benhouses where owners receive part of o'clock and Sabbath mornings at 10:-4Goldic Rehl, 'in Oldham county. The inclemency of edict, of the Bowen neighborhood, a yesterday caused many the weather EAT BIG MEALS! NO their profiit through renting space. continuing till March the 25th. Washburn had threatened his family who had inSOUR, ACID STOMACH, milk cow for $50. The penalty for violation would be You are cordially invited not only and was advancing on the daughter. tended coming to court to remain at John G. Lynn, of Danville, sold to home ?5,000. INDIGESTION OR GAS to the special service for men, but to During February, the shortest large crowd An organized enmpaign to keep all the other services during the re J. C. Johnston, of the same place, 50 as the and theMarch was not as month in the year, the Kentucky peusual urt day gather- "Pape's Diapepsin" the United States out of war with vival. Admission to tne lecture is hogs at 12 cents to be delivered the ing. Business was good, however, and Is Quickest, troleum fields surpassed all previous Germany was started at a meeting free. first half of May. records in amount of new producStomach Relief Surest the 300 or more cattle at Jones' cat recently in New York. A message A. T. Nunnelley sold to T. W. tle pens were gobbled up in a jiffy by tion developed, a daily yield of nearKnown Try It! porkers at 12 buyers who were here from several Jones 10 from William J. Bryan opposing the MAMMA! DON'T YOU ly 5,000 barrels being shown by a cents a pound. Mr. Nunnelley also arming of American vessels was prices ruled, the SEE YOUR CHILD IS Time it! Pape's Diapepsin will total of 110 completions. sold a stock sow to Will Wilder for counties. Good having read. eight-qeThe French have recaptured pobeen reached. sweeten a sour, gassy or mark SICK, CONSTIPATED $30. wounding Chief of Police After sitions previously taken by the Gernnd Butcher A. J. Thompson & Son, over in yearlings stuff sold at seven centsfrom stomach within five minutes. James Mackey and four other citizens mans on Ridge 185 and the British and don't If of Maysville, William Sanders, a ne- - Look At Tongue! Move Poisons From Boyle, report 110 lambs from 80 seven to nearly eight cents, the lat- ably, your meals eat lies fit comfort- entered German trenches north of like a lump or what you ewes last week. Quite a number have ter figure being Liver And Bowels At ,f?ro, was shot to death in a barn reached for a few of lead in your stomach, or if you Peronne. Berlin reports the destrucdied but they hope to save 80 to 90 extra good 'which he had defended for some time Once The crowd have heartburn, that is usually a tion of sixteen Entente airplanes, against a posse of 300 men. of them. while London announces that nine left early in the afternoon, there be- sign of acidity of the stomach. R. L. Hubble sold to Monte Fox, of ing no Gov. A. O. Stanley, in a speech at Mother! Your child isn't naturally attraction to keep the people Get from your pharmacist a fifty-ce- German machines were brought a mass meeting in Lexington, scath- cross and peevish. See its tongue is Danville, 25 head of cattle that tipped after the duties of the day were case of Pape's Diapepsin and down. ingly arraigned that "small crowd of coated; this is a sure sign its little the beam at 1,150 pounds at nine over. to The possibility that Germany take a dose just as soon as you can. have another foe arrayed against isher willful men" through whose efforts stomach, liver and bowels need a cents a pound. There will be no sour risings, no bel- is indicated in a dispatch from Pe"Uncle Jimmy" Roberts, of Somer- LIFT YOUR CORNS President Wilson and the country cleansing at once. ching of undigested food mixed king, which says were placed in embarrasir.g position. When listless, pale, feverish, full set, sold here Monday 13 calves at OFF WITH FINGERS with acid, no stomach gas or heart- of Representatives the Chinese House Information was received that of cold, breath bad, throat sore, does $24; three cows at $30; a steer for and Senate have burn, fullness or heavy feeling in the approved the Government's diplomaEdward F. Simms, of Paris, and not eat, sleep or act naturally, has $45.50 and 10 steers at $41. nausea, debilitating head- tic policy, which To Loosen A Tender Com stomach, Walter Warren recently sold to Tells How Houston, Tex., has disposed of his stomach-ache- , includes the diarrhoea, remember, aches or dizziness. This will all go, ance of diplomatic relations severimmense oil holdings in Mexico and a gentle liver and bowel cleansing Andy Gooch, on the Somerset pike, with Or Callus So It Lifts Out and besides, there will be no sour Germany. JLexas to the binclair Gulf Corpora- should always be the first treatment 100 barrels of corn for $525. Mr. J Without Pain food left over in the stomach to poisWarren also sold to W. II. Shanks tion for a consideration said to be given. Representative A. J. Oliver yesteron your breath with nauseous odors. day $20,000,000. Nothing equals "California Syrup 50 barrels at $5.50 a barrel at the accepted the You reckless men and women who Pape's Diapepsin helps to neutral- to his bill giving Jones amendment The forty-fou- r miles of the Dixie of Figs" for children's ill; give a crib. the Governor the A record price was paid bv T. W. ;are pestered with corns and who have ize the excessive acid in the stomach right to name only two instead of Highway through Hardin county tcaspeonful. and in a few hours all uivim. vu$BPk pncjj.aw.ees.nviMUUuu poison whichis causing the food fermenta- three members of the proposed Tax practically has been completed, the foul waste, sour jMleaujLifiEj Jones, the, local ,stpckdealer-Sat- ur digestion. death from Chairman Harry S. Perknsr of- the menting food "which is"cTogged in thel uuy, wuun lie uuugnt ui v. u. rence are now told lockjaw or blood author- tion and preventing proper is Roach by a Cincinnati waiting Commission. Relief in five minutes Louisville committee which helped to bowels passes out of the system, and an extra nice porker for 13 4 offered an amendment relieving tho use a drug called freezone, for you at any drug store. ity to finance the building of the highway, you have a well and playful child cents a pound. cases con- Governor p entirely in the matter of These large fifty-ceB. F. Robinson, having announced a final payment of again. All children love this harmless of Danville, has which the moment a few drops are the make-uof the proposed combought of Mrs. Elizabeth Coffey her applied to any corn or callus the tain enough "Pape's Diapepsin" to mission. $3,000 to Hardin county. delicious "fruit laxative," and it nevsoureness is relieved and soon the en- usually keep the entire family free Optimistic forecasts of the control er fails to effect a good "inside" farm of 93 2 acres, three miles corn or from of the new House came from Demo- cleansing. Directions for babies, chil- from Danville on the Lebanon pike, tire with the callus, roots and all, lifts toms stomach acidity and its sympfingers. off of indigestion, dyspepsia, sourPARTIES TIED IN HOUSE at a fancy figure. cratic and Republican leaders when dren of all ages and grown-up- s are it apFreezone dries nnd y, they heard of the President's call for plainly on the bottle. J. C. McDonald, of Livingston, plied, and simplythe momentthe iscorn ness, gases, heartburn,belongsheadache, Representative Cyrus Adams shrivels in your for many months. It 78, the veteran member of an extra session of Congress. Many Keep it handy in your home. A lit- Tenn., sold to different parties here or callus without inflaming or even home. 21-- 1 Congress from the First New Hampunbiased observers, however, fore- tle given today saves a sick child to- yesterday 15 yearling steers at $35 irritating the surrounding tissue or shire District, died Sunday night of see only a long and bitter organiza- morrow, but get the genuine. Ask per head; seven at $50 a head and skin. A small bottle of freezone will BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETS pneumonia. head. tion fight unless a coalition agrement your druggist for a The death cut the Rebottle of six calves at $25 a to the drug cost The Board of Education met Mon- publican total down to 214, a tie prevents. J. M. Cress sold John B. Ander stores,very little at any of rid one's "California Syrup of Figs," then positively but will new members, as well day, with Thirty-seve- n present persons are believed look and see the Democratic it is made by the son G5 acres of land, located in the feet of every hard or soft corn or as the old the present. Nathan Hall with ones to be dead and more than 150 injur- Calfornia Fig that Co. strength. Republican leaders, howPreachersville section, known as the 21-- 1 Syrup hardened callus. If your druggist succeeds E. G. Baugh and J. W. ever, say Representative Sulloway's Hobbs farm, at $100. Mr. Cress ed at New Castle and other points in he can get it Indiana by a tornado that swept over MR. ARNOLD'S MOTHER DEAD bought the land three years ago at hasn't any freezone house for you. at Hughes takes the place of Hon. M. district was safely Republican, and 1 anv wholesale drug F. North. The other members are pointed out that the New Hampshire $51. that State Sunday. The damage is esMr. R. C. Arnold, of this city, was William Landgraf and W. M. A. J. Thompson & Son, just over statutes direct that the Governor timated at close to $1,000,000. The notified Sunday of the death near Several new trustees were in- shall, with the advice of counsel, WILLS PROBATED in Boyle, sold to J. L. Hutchins, five storm swept a path through New Primrose, Lee county, of his mother, head of butcher cattle at 7 2 cents. probated in coun stalled and a number of bills allow forthwith call a special election in Three wills were Castle about two blocks wide and Mrs. N. J. which was about ed. The session lasted only a short Congressional districts where vacanten blocks long. About 300 houses age of 73. Arnold, at the advanced They averaged about 1.000 pounds. ty court yesterday, by She died a week before, They also sold him a veal calf all the work done that tribunal. while as not much business came be- cies occur. Governor Keyes, therewere leveled. The South Side school but far from for and telegranh $12. Benjamin Holtzclaw's, will left his fore it. building was destroyed as were also fore is expected to call such an elec.connection and bad roads and bad N. Tow-er- y tion immedintel.y the rolling mill and shovel nlai.t O. F. Meredith.of Mercer, bought property to his wife. Robert left his farm of 60 acres in the ENGAGEMENT OF INTEREST Officers and directors of the Fed weather existing, the news did not of John Gover, of Pulaski, 25 calves The engagement of Miss Elizabeth eral Farm Loan Bank at Louisville reachis here until Sunday morning. at $25 to $31.50. He also bought of Bee Lick section to his widow, and CREDITABLE EDITION husband, who J. C. Pearce, Mrs. Sarah Carter, of Rowland, who announced by the Farm Loan Board Sheonly survived by herolder, of Byrdstown ,Tenn., died at Lebanon Junction a few days Adams, of Greenville, Texas, to Edis The second edition of The two months and to 19 yearlings at $37.50. win Malcolm Wise, Jr., of Dallas, is as follows : President, Walter Howthe Stanford High School ago, divided her possessions between is of interest here. The wedell, Union City, Tenn.; vice president whom she had been married since paper, was M. E. Burton, of Pulaski, sold here her children and grandchildren. Lo- Texas 18G2, and nine children, including from this J. P. Brennan, of Columbus, O.; sec- the son here. Mrs. Arnold had for yesterday to O. F. Meredith, of Mer- gan R. Hughes was made executor of ding will take place in April. Miss Saturday. It issuedmost creditableoffice is paretary, James B. Davis, of Brazil, many years Adams has visited here frequently, per, filled as it a with good reading is been a consistent mem- cer, 25 yearling and the latter estate and it was stipulat- where she was quite poular and Ind.: treasurer, L. B. Clore, of advertisematter and cattle. For 17 he got Ind. The officers and H. A. ber of the Christian church and was $28. Mr. Burton also $35 and eight ed in the will that he be given the much admired. She is a niece of Mrs. ments. On the attractive is a four-colufront page A. M. Frye, Jerry Adams and Chas. Soramers, of Elizabethtown, consti- a mother in all the terms implies gan, of Wayne county, sold toofDuna- - trust without making bond. cut comof the class of a pair sympathy is felt Adams, of HustonviUe, and' Mrs. T. There are 18 in the class and 1917. tute the directorate. A. C. Dulaney. Much in his great loss. for Mr. Ar- ing each mare mules for nold WAY Bowling Pennington, of this city. A member will prize the picture more W. of Green, was appointed HAD THINGS HIS OWN $330. registrar and attorney. Hon. J. R. Mount, of Lancaster, fiend. and more as the days go by. The cut John T. Blanks, of the Hubble GO WEST THIS SI'RIXO of was made by b. H. fox, of Danville, section, who was in at court Monday, was the only one courtthe Senatorial SIGN OF GOOD DIGESTION Monday and Become independent by taking np FIELDS SALTER DEAD aspirants here at and is an excellent one. The Lincoln-ia- n When you see a cheerful and hap- agriculture In Minnesota, North Da- told the I. J. that he had rented two he had things his own way. Kcpre-sentatin colorFields Salter, a is published py old lady you may know that she kota, Montana, Idaho, Washington or and a half acres of ground from his H. Clay Kauffman, of Lan- ed man, died last night of paralvsis. has good digestion. If your digestion Oregon. Millions of acres of land In neighbor, B. W. Givens and would caster, was at his post at Frankfort The stroke came yesterday afterMRS. BOURNE DEAD is impaired or if you do not relish theae states along the Northern Pa- try and raise enough watermelons to and Hon. Jay Harlan, of Boyle, was noon, when one side became deadenThe wife of H. H. Bourne died at your meals take a dose of Chamber- cific Ry. awaiting settlement. Unusual supply a good portion of the county at Frankfort arguing a case in the ed, and he lingered until late in the her home near Shelby City Saturday this year. lain's Tablets. They strengthen the opportunities. Healthful climate, Federal court. Mr. Mount told the I. night before the end came. Only E. V. Carson, proprietor of Cres- J. that he was more than pleased three weeks ago, Salter buried his night after an illness of a week of stomach, improve the digestion and abundant crops, good markets, expneumonia. She was Gl years old cause a gentle movement of the bow- cellent transportation facilities, cent Heights Stock Farm in the West with conditions in his race and that wife and he leaves a baby less than a is survived by eight sons, one of els. Obtainable everywhere. schools, churches, etc. A young coun- End, sold J. H. Floyd, of HustonviUe he had many new pledges of support month old. Deceased was a polite, and whom is wireless South try for ambitious people. Send for section, and Joe Elliott, of Middle-bur- given him while here. hardworking darkey and had many America, a and her operator inwho is husband, an Angus calf each at $125. free descriptive llteraturo and Inforfriends both white and colored. well known in Stanford. She was a mation regarding the particular sec- He also sold to Mack Fogle, of Casey RANK FOOLISHNESS Boone tion that interests you. We will be county, and Joe Cannon, of McKin-ne- y, Tablets sister of Mrs. George D. coiyity, anJ You occasionally see it stated that When to Take Chamberlain'. M. Ware, of Mr. and a Duroc pig each at $15. glad to assist you in locating your you feel dull nnd stupid af- was J. most excellentthis When colds do not result from cold weaHaving sold our farm, we will new homo in a community woman. a where you ther. That is rank foolishness. Were ter eating. offer at public auction on the prem- can feel at home and can enjoy pros- TO THE DEMOCRATS OF When constipated or bilious. it true colds would be as prevalent, HOW TO PREVENT CROUP ises near Moreland, beginning at 10 perity. When you have a sick headache. Write to J. C. Eaton, General LINCOLN COUNTY in midsummer as in midwinter. The A. M on When tho child is subject to atAgent, Northern Pacific Ry., 40 East When you have a sour stomach. I am a andidate for jailer of Lin- microbe that causes colds flourishes tacks of croup, sec to it that he eats WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1917. 4th St., Cincinnati, O. When you belch after eating. coln county, subject to the action of in damp, cold weather. To get rid of a light evening meal, as an overloadt: The following property, When you have indigestion. a cold take Chamberlain's Cough the primary to be held Saturday, ed stomach may bring on an attack. 1 When nervous or despondent. jack, registered and FATHER AND SON IN CONGRESS August 4, 1917. I trust that my Remedy. It is effectual and is highly When you have no relish for your nlso watch, for the first symptom J 5 2 hands, tape measure; fine by people who have recommended fealty to the party of parties hoarseness,' and give Chamberlain's For the fust time In the country's years makes it unnecessary for for used it for many years as occasion meals. performer and good breeder. mo Cough Remedy us soon ns the child 1 Three-year-ol- d When your liver is torpid. jack, 14 hands history a father and son are both to go unto dctuil about my record. required, and know its real value. becomes hoarse. Obtainable everymembers of Congress at the same I was born and raised in Lincoln and Obtainable everywhere. High and a good one. Obtainable everywhere. where. time. Senator John II. Bankhcad has know many of her 2 Jennets, in foal. but to represented Alabama in the the up- those I do not, I willpeople,thnt they TOWN ADOPTS BABIES 40 Choice yearling steers. "POSSUM" ROUT PAROLED ask for many years. At tne 5 Black heifers, bred to Hereford per house The 255 babies of Velm, Belgium, VARDAMAN HANGED IN EFFIGY "Possum" Rout, who killed Clay about me. If November election, his son, W. B. consult their neighborsask their sup- Drye, also colored, some five years were adopted by' Amherst, Mass., An effigy of United States SenaBull. my record is good, I Bankhcad, was chosen to represent port and influence. If it is not, I ago, and who was given a life sen- Sunday, when tho town became a tor Vardttman was hanged at the 5 cows bred to Hereford Bull. his district in the lower house. Cotton Exchango at 3 Calves. shall not expect it. I feel that I tence, has been paroled and is back foster parent nnd pledged toward Clarksdale 12 Shoats, ' averaging about 100 could fill the important office I seek in Stanford. It is hoped that "Pos- their support $255 a month for the Clarksdale, Miss, nnd resolutions pounds. PRAITHER WOODS with credit alike to myself and my sum" will so deport himself that ho next year. Cupt. J. F. Mucey of tho were adopted by .the exchange conAbout 75 barrels of Corn. Dr. M. D. Eurly said the ceremony party and I ask that I be given the will not have to he called back to American Commission for relief in demning his action in opposing the B Belgium was the leading speaker nt armed neutrality bill. 200 Bales of Timothy Hay. , at his homo on East Main street on opportunity of proving to the people confinement. the civic meeting. Lot of loose Hay. March 8th that united in marriage tliat I can make a good jailer. Give GOOD, FAT HENS Farming Implements of various Cecil Praither and Miss Mary Woods, my candidacy consideration before FINED $20 IN FIVE CASES kinds, etc., etc. Joe Hayden, colored, was fined $20 popular young people of Garrard you pledge yourself, and should you W. P. Buchanan sold STEALING HEMP Saturday Lot of Household and Kitchen fur- county. Hemp has gotten to be so valuable four hens thnt brought him $5.13. decide to give me your vote and in- each in five cases of breach of peace niture. fluence, I assure you I shall do all in in Judge R. L. Davison's court Sat- that it will be necessary to keep a How's that for high cost of living? TERMS: Made known on day of MAURICE FARRIS SELLS STABLE my power to show that you have urday. Joseph got on a rampage Fri- lock and key on it in tho future. sale. Maurice J. Farris has sold to W. reposed confidence in the right per- day night and played the deuce out Frank and Guy Hunt, of the Junction HELP buy a flag for the county Promptly II. his school by Mvffiifltaltfdn1 March 14 at 10 A. andEvans give liverv outfit at Danville son. Again asking your support, I in the colored suburbs of Dooleyville. City section, hud 200 pounds stolen andplays givenattending the evening will his entire attention to am, m7 from ther premises the other night, of nt the opera house IS, MoreWstd. Kr. ma latu i or buunii, wnicn irom wnat Very trulr, voura. What the world needs is less boas and Will Levishon and Bob Graham, Wednesday evening by the Logaa-Whitlwe can hear, he already has won. ctieemtr. Chapter of the D. A. R. 21-- 1 colored, are being held for the theft. is the head and mors in the back. f OHN J. MOSll lib-cra- te LECTURE TO MEN ONLY AND BOYS OVER 13 n "The Flower of Manhood" at Hc- fn..i:.,i. ..1.......1. i.. Stanford and Crab Orchard, on the Boone Highway. Sunday. March 18, 2:30 P. M., by Rev. E. T. Adams, D. D. of Kentucky, who was formerly pastor of the First Methodist church, of St. Louis. Mo. Dr. Adams is a man of wide ox- pcrience, having extensively traveled throughout ths land preaching the wonderful Gospel of Jesus Christ. He has God wth him. His great Passion for the soul's welfare of a dying world, and his labors to elevate society, and help men and women to live right, for God is the predominate note in all his work. Back'of his masterful powers to uncloak sin to the lost and wretched, is n human heart of tendcrest compassion, filled with Divine inspiration as he paints soul Imagry upon the canvass of human thought, and imagination, in vivid unmistakable Bible truths, until the very heart throbs of the God of heaven may be heard in the awakened consciences of men and women. Back of it all and in it all,, is felt the wonderful message of God, the Savior of ,,., ld .fe a.I iv ...i. - r- -- 600-poun- four-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld three-year-ol- ld four-year-o- ld 200-pou- four-year-o- ld 5, 140-pou- nt out-of-ord- er nt nt Sul-lowa- 50-ce- nt Ma-then- y. post-offic- Lin-colnia- n, two-year-o- ld La-Port- e, ld ve well-know- semi-monthl- g, PUBLIC SALE to-wi- ld ey t The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, March 13, 1917 . Page Five "TANLAC FAMILY" I "Comt on Ovtr. Sm PREPAREDNESS For 35 years this Bank has been PREPARED and READY to serve its customers, and is NOW READY! Bank Opens 9 A. M. Bank Closes 3 My Corn Fall "X Off!" on Put 2 Drops of Night-N- ow 9 'Gets-I- t' last Watch- -" "Sec all you have to do In to uso your two niiKors mid lift the corn rlKlit oil. 'flint's the wny 'Onts-I- t' alwnys works. You Just put on nliout '.! drops. Then tho corn not only shrivels, luit loosens from tho toe, without ufTcUliii; the surround-InHesh In the least. Why. It's almost a pleasure to have corns and K but not able to leave his room. Mrs. J. C. Hays was in Lancaster Sunday to sec Mrs. Jane Robinson, who remains quite ill. will arrive Mrs. J. B. Mershon from Somerset this afternoon to visit her dnughtcr, Mrs. A. C. Hill. Mm. Alice DePauw, of Georgetown, .is visiting Mrs. C. H. Cnrter nnd other relatives nnd old friends. Mrs. Mattie Withers, who has been sick for several days is some better her many friends will bo glad to Rev. W. D. Wclburn is improving HERE'S A HAPPY Sisters Join Their Mother In Declaring Tanlac Meant New Start In Life ror Them. aWyte P. M. fc5 - savsm know. Mr. nnd Mrs. James H. Pruitt, of are the guests of their Morcland, daughter, Mrs. W. D. Welburn and f family. Rev. W. S. Grinstead left today to R fj$k '$, ' t$fot r J&k, lar fj wak The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. J. S. HOCKER, President S. T. HARRIS, Vice-Preside- -a H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier C. HAYS FOSTER, Asst. Cashier W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. Bookkeeper Ed Brady Was at Mt. Vernon Sunday. Mrs. Emma Daniels, of Lancaster March 14. Regular meeting of was in this city Saturday. Woman's Club at 3 P. M. Knight Harney, of Lexington, has March 14 Evening of plays under nuspiccs of D. A. R.'s at the opera been with his brother, .W. A. Harney. 20-- 2 house at 8 o'clock. Mrs. A. C. Hill is the guest of her March 15 The Current Events Penny'v.l.er at Mrs. Claude Club will meet with Mrs. J. W. 3ilei at Danville. Baughman at 2 P. M. v Mrs. Floyd and daughter, Miss March 1G Evening of plays at Floyd, of Hustonville, were 20-- 2 Anne Crab Orchard at 8 o'clock. March l(i Mrs. C. E. Tate enter-tain- s here Saturday. Rev. W. H. Hopper, of Louisville, for Miss Woodson. Hours from spent a day or so with his mother, 3 to 5. Mrs. Kittie Hopper. Misses Mayme Singleton and GerMrs. B. D. Carter and Carl A. Carter spent Sunday afternoon with trude Wilkinson are attending Eastschool at Richmond. the former's mother' at Pcrryville. - ern Normal T. P. Reed and R. L. Messrs. -T 'Aiss May H- .' Broyles, of the Parksville section of ville, spent Sunun ovle, ttteiuled court here yesterday. Mrs. C. R. Coleman B. O. Sandidge, of the Wset End, who has been ill for some time is an!--- ) T improving, his ith glad to know. many friends will be from ..rns s Mommy i. the court day crowd. Mrs. Forestus Reid and son, For-estJ. N. Saunders of Stanford, was Reid, Jr., of Danville, were horo Tuesday and Wednesday, having to attended a Masonic meeting Tuesday here Sunday afternoon ill. see Mrs. Mattie Withers, who is evening. Springfield Sun. E. J. Mullins, who has been with the L. & N. as operator at McRob-ert- s, is spending a few days with his $100 Reward, $100 parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mullins, The readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn that there is at least near Crab Orchard. Chris Mullins and family have reone dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and turned to Mt. Vernon to reside, much that is catarrh. Catarrh beintr greatly to the regret of many friends formInfluenced by constitutional conditions ed during their stay here. Clarence requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Moore has succeeded Mr. Mullins at Catarrh Medicine Is taken internally and Ed Wilkinson's. acts thru the Blood on the Mucous SurMrs. W. A. Tribble, who has been faces of the System thertby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the at Martinsville, Ind., for some time, by building up the patient strength the and nsslstlnr nature in delNglts has gone to Indianapolis, to be Mrs. guest for a while of her friend, work. The proprietors have so much faith In the curative powers ef Hall's William Schell. Mrs. Schell was Catarrh Medicine that they error Oa any case that it falls Miss Romaine Braden, who used to Hundred Dollars for to cure. Send for list of testimonials. visit Stanford friends. Address P. J. CHF.NET & CO.. Tolede. Mrs. II. J. McRoberts has returned Ohio. Sold by all Druggist, 75c. from Atlanta, where she has been with her husband for tew days. She his many friends aera that William Morcland, of Lexing- informs Mr. has gaiaad nine McRoberts Monday with Itii Mr. ton, was here ha ha beaa ia the WesC. Shanks. Ha is pounds since daughter, Mrs. W. Memorial Hospital ana" that he is associated with a big stock concern ley niaely. de- otherwise getting alonr and is engaging lambs for spring flan-da- y News came froai Laxiag-Volivery. night that Dr. Las F. HaiSaan. S. E. Hubble, of Morcland, spent formerly of thia city, was very ill of this week in this city wth frienda heart trouble. A lcttar froai Kit. and relatives. Virgil McMullin has Huffman to a relative here anys that returned to his home at Eubank after while her husband has pneumonia spending several days in this city the and his heart action is not as good guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. Gooch. aa it should be, his physicians do not Somerset News. think his condition alarming. The Danville Advocate and Courier Mrs. Shelton M. Saufley, Hon. Journal each contain excellent pic- Saufley, and Shelton M. Saufley, Jr., ture of Miss Marguerite Fox, of Dan- left Sunday afternoon for a lengthy ville, who is to be queen of the 1917s visit to Mr. Saufley's brother, Robert Centre College carnival. Miss Fox-i- C. Saufley and family at Phoenix, a niece of Messrs. J. W. and II. C. Arizona. They will stop several times Baughman, of this city. en route and will spend a few days News received this morning from with friends in Kansas City. It is the bedside of Mrs. Jane Robinson, very probable that the Saufleys will of Lancaster, is that she is worse visit the Golden Coast before they and fears are entertained that the return to Stanford. It is Mr. Saufley's end is near. Jake Robinson, who has first vacation for a long time and he been in an Atlanta Sanitarium, ar- wants to get thoroughly rested up rived this morning to be with his before again entering the newspaper game. mother. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL liurry and without the least pain. I enn wear tlRht shoes. danrii nnd walk ns though I never had corns." "CetB-lt- " makes the use of salves, bundling bandages, tape, plasters nnd other till it km not only foolish, but unnecessary. IJso wonderful discovery, ''(Sets-It.- " this any soft or hard corn or callus. for Is the new, simple, easy, quick It way, nnd It never falls. You'll never have to cut a corn nKatn with knives or scissors, and run chances of blood tonight. poison. Try "Oets-lt- " "(lets-It- " Is sold every w here, 25a on receipt of price by ft bottle, or K.Lawrence & Co.. Chicago, 111. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The Penny Drug Store. That Wan a Quirk Funeral That Corn Ilnd With sec liow 'Qcts-I- t Kcts them oft In a tictM-UV 0h visit relatives and friends nt Richmond, Winchester and Ashland. He will be gone about tin day3. County Attorney W. S. Hurch, who has been ill for several days, has gone to Crab Orchard to be tieated by Dr. W. .1. Edmiston. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Wigginton and little son, J. N. Jr., are here this week from Richmond. Mr. Wigginton is here in interest of his insurance company. Mrs. E. M. Eaton, who has been with friends in the Buckeye State for some time, returned Sunday and is with her daughter, Mrs. C. R. Cole-mn- MRS. JOHN LOWE. n. MISS MRS. S. C. BURNETT. FRANCES BURNETT. John Owsley Reid spent sovera'l days in Louisville, Miss Jennie Hockcr has been a grip sufferer for some time. Father Leo, of Ottenheim, was the guest Sunday of Mr. A. Ridder. Mrs. L. F. Jones, of Crab Orchard, was a caller at this ofRce Saturday. spent several Miss Nell Newland days with her homefolks in the East End. Mr. C. R. Coleman, of Carey, Roll county, spent Sunday with tho home-folk- s section. Dr. and Mrs. G. G. Perry and son, Igo were here from Richmond Monday with friends. Mrs. Maggie James, of Crab Orchard, spent Saturday with her cousin, Miss Esther Burch. Mrs. Bettie LaRue. of Louisville, has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. George F. DeBorde. Mr. and Mrs. John Ball spent Sunday with his datives in the Waynes-bur- g 1 here. us " THE OLD RELIABLE" REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. S Expert Piano Tuning T. H. Grunvvakl, Factoiy Expert is here for i few days J. D. Holderman and Jack Vankey, "Someone suggested the other dav jou about Mrs. Lowo. She simplj wife and baby, of Pcrryville, came up Sunday for a brief visit to the that we tack a sign on our house sav- thought she was goinif to dfo. She family of J. T. Spoonamore and ing, 'This Is a Tanlac Family.' That's felt so bad I believe she almost would because my two daughters and I talk-s- have been glad to have it all anded other relatives. much about Tanlac. We all wear It was jut pitiful to wntch her. Her In ordering her paper changed from Dallas to Kosse, Texas, Mrs. the Tanlac Smile, too," Mrs. S. C. weight dropped from 140 to 110 J. M. Taylor writw: "Be sure and Burnett, 1408 Walnut street, said. pounds. She couldn't eat without besend my paper here rght away. I "But why shouldn't we talk about ing sick. We had just about given can't do without a simrle issue." It when we feel that it has done us a her up. Then we hoard of Tanlnc and Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Turner and world of good. Everyone of us- has she tried it. All of a sudden she daughter, Miss Edna Grace, of been helped by Tanlac and I'll tell you seemed to take new interest in life. were the guests of Mrs. we can't say too much for it. Within a week she began eating solid Turner's parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. "First my older daughter, Mrs. John food, just like she did before she had S. Grinstead and family Saturday. Lowe, tried it. She had lo.--t 30 pounds trouble with her stomach. The forl S. B. McKenzie, of Mt. Vernon, has succeeded J. C. Reynolds as night and was so run down and nervous that nourished her, too, and nhe began takeven the lunibling of a wagon or the ing on weight. She j,0pt sound and man at the depot. He is an experienced railroad man and a clever gentle- slamming of a door would upset her it seemed like no time before she was man. Mr. McKenzie is a son of Jonas for hours. We feared we would have feeling well again. n McKenzie, a merchant of to send her to a hospital. Helpf Youngest Girl. Mt. Vernon. "I honestly believe that Tanlac "One day Franco was up to see R. K. Young. Jack Young, J. II. saved her from complete breakdown her sister. She's the youngest, ;wu Young, Casey Young, of Columbia. Nothing else seemed to help her. But know. She J. J. and C. II. Campbell, of Crcels-bor- Tanlac put her on her feet again right Lowe gave was feeling bml and Mm. her some Tanlac. It made M. Roberts, of Somerset. II. quick. Today she is one J. hapof her feel better and she came home and II. Peal, of Jessamine, E. B. Bran- piest women in Cincinnati. the said, 'Mai ia, I believe that new tasic denburg, of Paint Lick, were among "Then Frances became run ''own that helne! ' the cattle and mule dealers here at ''I t some ' .y good. Pie... h.- sort of half-siccourt Monday. ' So I .i spells. We were goin o take hei did and do out of school because she kept rni, RECEPTION A SUCCESS otv she The Woman's Club reception was plaining of spots and webs befo. . oil and eyes. Her complexion got pasty a a success in every particular. A very due .Vt have i.rfe riuzy spells oi delightful musical program wn3 ren- she didn't look a bit well. Tanlac spots before her eyes when sha is dered by the pupils of Misses however, proved to be just the thing Ballou and Higgins. The High school she needed and now she is back in studying. "I was such a firm believer ia Tan string quartette made its debut in good health again. lac by the time it had built up thr the musical world, much to the honor . Mother Was health of my two girls that I of its members, after which Mrs". t "As for myself, I felt almost the some for myself. It ceitainly toaed Todd gave a splendid reading. After the program a social hour was en- same .ts Mrs. Lowe. My stomach up my system. I used to have nervjoyed during which refreshments troubled me. My appetite was poor ous spells but they are all gone now were served by the entertainment and I suffered after eating with bloat- I got back my appetite and now volcommittee. About seventy-fiv- e ing and belching of gas. But with sleep as well as I did before my stomumes were added to the librarv. help of Tanlac I got rid of the-sthe ach started to bother me. troubles and now I feel simply splen"I tell you Tanlac has done a let Mrs. Eugene Merz. of Mavsville. did. for our family and we can't say too received a costly wedding anniversa "But I started out at tir.--t to tell .much good about it." ry present. When opened it was found to contain twenty-fiv- e Irish potatoes each wrapped in a $1 hill. Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stan- -' burg, Joe Mc Williams; Middloburg, peck cost $20, making it the ford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. ' The W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyno highest price ever paid for potatoes Colaaa, Praarietor. in mis cou n iry. Bros.; Brodhead, John Robins; LanTanlac can mow be obtained in fol- raanrsnmsT- -. ,,...,.. Muicianu, 1. caster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Litk, luiiMg iiwmiwj iiitiD. 1I....1...1 au- raaiaa lliaks; Hustoaville. Adams J. Reynolds & Son; Wayneaburgr, W. Bras.; IfaJCinaey, Trua it Co.; Ellis- -' A. Horton. o Nich-olasvill- e, well-knowo, k, Half-SickI !! i j Telephone, or leave your order with J. L. BEAZLEY STANFORD, In-de-str-u- KENTUCKY BnismsEKKUjexxixac CAN YOU BEAT THIS? Mrs. It L. Berry, Of the Huston ville section, made a record with jgs last yenr that we belirre enn not be excelled in thi county. She Mild 2,2ZC. dozen egrs for J4fiS.."0 and used over 200 dozen in her home. If any housewife hereabout can beat Mrs. Merry's record, she will n ease tell about it in these columns. Mrs. Berry has Siniro Comb Brown I eir HOW TO KEEP MEAT Mrs. Emma Cnlmose tells the Journal that to preserve mrat, borax should be sprinkled over H before lly time. By dointr this ' says, skippers and flies will ncnv bother it. In-ten- or horns exclusively and to that strain. is verv partial ed, VIln rt Edw Td in the mi" Il"d, Iht iMed. I . - Touts. Tu(kci Ti.ri,, i Co., ssSsKmiT17w'TB i4 ilHESawIawi Ross Metal aHEiP&Sl 3ilo oto at.'t M ! " '. iswvisittMaaQsisa&EixxujxsattjaKU'ti fun "in Iron. hn ( .i Lit ro h s-- ,; ( hro!f,. .fir o. ' d I'Jlt. Public I ?l n f beginning at 9:30 a. in. that fills a long felt want. Results obtained from the use of a .Metal Silo are far beyond expectations. Silage contains by far a larger percentage of food value, more uniform preservation, taste and color, naturaljy far more productive in results. Tho Most Permanent Silo because it The Silo will sell at public auction at my place, Wednesday, March 21, 1917 farm of My splendid First Showing Caii'tBlowDown,BuckleJwistorCollapse Resists fire to the fullest extent and is storm proof. No skilled labor required to erect it. Can be increased in hcijht at any time. Special Metal is warranted not to be effected by acid in sil tgc or climntie conditions. The users of Metal Silos are our references. Any question of the durability of metal silos has been completely answcied by their continued use without defects of nnv kind. The Kansas Exnoriment Station nuh. lish in their Report No. 129 the fact that they have metal silos which have been in use since 1903 and that same are as good as when first erected. Those who desiro to erect a Silo from the standpoint of permanency and 99 f, food value preservation should see me beforo purchasing and examine my silo and silage. Sold by 192 Acres, More or Less Located 2 miles from Hus'onville, 1 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 plnce. At the same time and place, I will also sell the following stock, etc.: HORSES One G.year-olmare; one 16 hands high, d Spring Millinery Saturday, March 17th horse; one . hjorsef one geldings, combined mare; one pair J. O. Newland, Stanford, Ky. Also Agent for Ross Wood Silos and Ross Silo Fillers. MULES One coining aged mule; pair IS 3-- 4 mule; one coming hands, ninre mules. mule; one We offer a most unique Fashion Service to you Your Inspection is Invited PURINA PURINA PURINA PURINA CATTLE Six high grade cows, all reJ; oh high grade red bull; two high grade bull calves, all rtdj'four high grade heifers. FARMING IMPLEMENTS One binder; one mower; oa Oliver chilled plow; one Vulcan turning plow; one gardea plow; two cultivators; one garden cultivator; one Disc harrow; one A. A. burrow; lot of corn and hay; cider mill, one com planter; one buckboard; one wagon; one buggy and harness; 7,000 tobacco sticks, and other farming implements. A good many other things not mentioned here. Terms made known on day of sale. Remember the hour 9:30 A. M. or- F-E-E-- D-S We are Headquarters for PURINA FEEDS DAIRY FEERS More Milk. MOLASSES HORSE FEED More Vim. FATENA MOLASSES CATTLE FEED More Fat. PIG CHOW Greatest Hog Grower. These Feeda are giving the best results possible. Place your der today. Sold only by Warren Sisters Myers Building' Stanford, Kentucky Stock Pea Phone No. T. W. JONES 1 HALL ANDERSON McKINNEV, KY; Residence Phone, No. 17G JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer 2. Page The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, March 13, 1917 The interior Journal E. C. WMton nnd Statement of Condition of the Lincoln County National Bank J. H. Wright K., i of Stanford, Kentucky Vntered at the ponteffloe at Stanford, teconit rtan mail matter. Condensed from the report made to the Comptroller on March 5, 1917 Loans RESOURCES $337,118.82 130,000.00 10,000.00 1.00 wrrk, per jfnr....................$1.60 1.00 Twice a week, for 8 tnonll!............... week, for 0 mnnths......... .75 Twlco Twice n week, for 3 mon1h.................... .40 Once a week, cither tmt, per jrar........ 1.00 Su1icrlpllons ore cnh in ndrancp to all; paper Mops when tlmo (or which It Is paid, is up Pnth Issues n Subscription Rates Picking the Winner horses, boats, or automobiles, every man saying "I told you so," if the finish of the race proves his judgment correct. Whether it Is en-jo- ys U. S. and other Bonds Banking House . . . Furniture and Fixtures Cash and Exchange . Tho Interior Journal Is anthorlied to announce the followlnj; candidates for oftlco sub-Vto the Democratic primary the first Saturday In Aucust, 1017. (Announcement fee for ench county olTlco Is 10j for district office, JIB; for city or maRiMerlal office $5. No announcement will be made until fee Is paid in advance.) Political Announcements. We have picked winners in 152,900.45 Total, $630,020.27 Capital Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits For State Senator JAY W. HARLAN II. CLAY KAUFFMAN Adler Collegian Clothes and our other high grade furnishings For years the verdict of our customers has proved this yond a doubt. We base our taith in Adler Collegian Clothes because we know they prove most popular in design, most satisfactory in service, and most valuable in winning our customer's confidence. A call at our store will enable YOU to pick a winner from the big array of Collegian spring and summer suits on display be- J. R. MOUNT. LIABILITIES For Sheriff .... J. H. LIVINGSTON. M. S. BAUGHMAN. W. S. DRYE. $100,000.00 59,085.93 98,900.00 372,034.34 Total, $630,020.27 W. M. BRIGHT, Cashier For County Judge M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE For County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY. W. S. BURCH W. H. SHANKS, President J. W. ROCHESTER, For Representative II. G. SKILES. For Jailer "Corner Next to Court House" Assistant Cashier Stanford, Kentucky An Elegant Assortment of W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMER JOHN J. MOSER For Assessor J. N. CASH For Magistrate 1st Dist. J. T. DUDDERAIt LOOKS LIKE WAR The legal department of the having advised President Wilson that he has the authority, without act of congress, to arm American ships to protect them from German submarines, he at once issued orders to arm every merchantman that desired it and furnish men to use the cannon upon any belligerent vessel that would prevent its free use of the sea. He also called an extra session of congress to convene Anril 1G. so that in case the armed neutrality results in open conflict it will be on hand to d"lare war. The Mwnwnctp nw0'MEj -- re to be s without ENDS CATARRH, ASTHMA, th.i.v -t V v dc .i.it short Bronchitis, Croup. Coughs and Colds, of l govern-- . money back. SoM and guaranteed bj .it that has . uin.ily trampled on our rights and put at naught all T. C. Rankin bought of John M. international and civilized law. Sure- Cress, a pair of coming three-year-oly we have stood all that liberty lovmules for $280. ing people ought to stand and if war imperinl government will comes the be made to rue the day it sought to (A4i kere ar. 1 eeat worn eMI lnue, tuh force us from the sea. As the special session of congress with order; no ad leas than 2S eack iatne.) will be a new body, much interest is felt on its organization. The old par-tic- s E. BLUE GRASS SEED for sale.17--T. 6 Baldwin, Jr.. Silver Creek. were evenly divided in numbers, having 215 members each, till a Democratic member from New York died, COMING The Woman's Club leaving the Democrats with 214. Minstrel in April. However, an election has been called gov-crnme- nt WATCHES Just received direct from the factory sold at us-"''" McRoberts & Bailey POSTED M. D. Elmore. to be II HY0MEI ld -A-WORD FOR SALE R. E. Gaines. FOR SALE I HAVE a good tobacco barn, that will house eight acres of good tobacTwo pair of mules. co for rent. For terms apply to J. B, 21-Camenisch, Stanford. 21-l- p 2: Popular Prices and Guaranteed Timothy hay Shanks, Stanford, Ky. stock. Call . WANTED Coarse stone put out W. C. on roadside for repairing the pikes, t. at $4 per rod. J. L. McKee Riffc,. 21-2- WANTED If you need a watch don't fail to inspect this line. We also have in stock, Watch Fobs and AUTO SERVICE anyuere; day or night; reasonable prices. Cair S. C. B. LEGHORN EGGS for sale by Mrs. R. L. Berry, Hustonville. phone 234. T. H. Eads. 14-4F- 3- at Lincoln County bank 20tf. this office. County Engineer. 20-4- t. Chains, Cuff Links, Bracelets, Rings, Fountain Pens, Etc. LaVallieres, CENT ADS FOR SALE Timothy, clover and mixed hay. A. W. Carpenter, More-lan19-tKy. f FOR SALE Extra early yellow seed corn; large cars and deep grain. 21-L. P. Nunnelley, Stanford. 2t FOR SALE Ky. d, Or to farm out. jack, in See H. C. Andersor., 16-t- nice-shape- . f The Lincoln Pharmacy J. W. ACEY, Proprietor Stanford, Kentucky to fill the vacancy before the convening of the body. There re six prohibitionists and progressives, what nots to be reckoned with and the side which sets' three of there will elect the speaker and other official. One Republican is said to oppose Mann, the Republican candidate for speaker, and that a Piogressivo elected in Louisanna with the ai.l of the paper o Champ Clark's will vote for A' Clarx. If this be true he will be reelect- 1, biit we fear it will be too good luck for tho Democrats, who ttsually Eft the woise of deals. It in hoped, however, that they will win nut and that tho body will be in full sympathy vith tho President's prognvs, which every patriotic man endnrs?s. - FOR RENT House and garden in Rowland. Rent reasonable. Apply to Mrs. J. A. Carter, Stanford, R. F 21-D. No. 1, Box 7. Phone 53-- J. 1. A mairied man to WANTED. work on small farm; will furnish house rent; eggs; milk and vegetables and pay $25 per month. No children. Near city. Address Hubcr, 21-2- p 39 Arcade, Cincinnati, O. FOR SALE. One I. H. C. Truckr d capacity. New tires and I AM no longer connected with the in good shape. A bargain if sold at Nunnelley cattle pens, but am buy- once. Masters and Bowyer, Staning cattle, hogs, etc., on my own ford, Ky. 20-- 2 hook. Call me, phone 189, if you Arnold, have anything to sell. R. C. FOR SALE Soft drink stand? 2112t. Stanford. pool room wth three tables. All rental license are paid in full. Failing-healtFOR SALE One is fny reason for selling. W. A. one good brood mare and Stanford, one Harney,, Depot street, mare; 50 bushel of potatoes; 19-ly. good milk cow; one good cream sep- rntnr nnil two fivn trillion milk cans ANY TRUSTEE in Lincoln wishat Anton Breinich, on Crab Orchard ing to secure an experienced Norp zi-and Ottenheim pike. mal trained teacher should consult Fannie Young, Richmond, Ky. saawEaK S. N. S., this month. Recommen' THE SUPREME FAVORITE 20-dations will be given. 1,000-pounh five-year-o- ld ld tr E-- 4t 10 Ceivts &Bittoi. 0 $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 Penny liners and Smart Alecks nre wont to shoot the shafts of their alleged wit at Vice President Thomas H. .Marshall and try to make him appear a. very small man, hut the fact remains that he has made one of the most creditable officials who ever held office. He has presided over the senate with marked ability and conducted himself so as to win the approbation of both parties. Some of the best speeches made in the last campaign were by him as we an ! others who heard him at Winchester can attest. His inaugural address delivered before the senate was a model of wisdom and brevity and showed that both his heart and his brain arc in the right place. He is the first vice president in the history of the country to be a distinguishing honor that he richly deserves. The only defense of Traito- - Stone n that hns appeared except in the papers is in the Owonnhnro Messenger, which spreads itself in commendation of Gum Shoo Rill I'rcy sounds a little Germanic, b'it Woodson does not and wo mo therefore unable to divine the umbilical connection, unless n fellow foiling produces the wowwnu kindness, Py tho way, Editor V io:soi: says Hint Editor Breckinridge, of the Lexington Herald will be lucky if he escapes criminal indictment for his libel of Stone and adds that he ought to be given a year in tho penitentiary for it. Now watch the fur tly. ficr-ma- MARY PICKFORD Is Presented in Her Masterpiece PAINTING AND PAPER Have your painting and papering done by me; satisfaction guaranteed so it would be to your interest to let me ficure with vou be fore contracting your iob. G. L. lS-Bradley, Hustonville. tf "Hulda from Holland" THURSDAY NIGHT, MARCH 15th ADMISSION 10c and 20c Two Shows 7:30 and 8:45 trade for stock. Write J. J. Carter,. Waynesburg, Ky., or see John Woner and tho car at Bailey Garage, Stan16-ford. G FOR SALE One Winton Six. 90- horse power in No. 1 good shape. Will sell for $400 on easy terms or will NEW GOODS Our stock is being rapidly replenished with the season's newest in all departments. Every express brings dozens of packages from the best makers in the country. We are showing New Waists, New Skirts, New Coats and New Suits. The colorings are dazzling and sporty in effect. Come and see them. Backhands W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky .'P'lf.lf J ar !JWpf' J I S Per Cent FARM LOANS Oror 3 Million After every presidential inauguration, especially if tho weather was bad the old effort to change tho dny from March 4th to the last of April is revived, but as usual it will doubtless end in talk. President Harrison died fiom exposure on inauguration day and it is now said that President Wilson contracted the cold that has kept him in bed a good deal since. 20-YeFARM LOANS It is about the worst time of the year that the ceremonies1 could be held and in sums of $2,000 or more. No loan the long deferred change would be fee charged. Phone or Write most ncceptnhlo. Loaned Through D. A. THOMAS ho This Office through her husband's pockets while sleeps und help herself to his cash if he does not give her over $5 a R. M. NEWLAND week, must either be a bachelor or Headauartert for Best t tiliivintp fnr tlm wnmim vntn Mnw BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE is the time for all married men to Lexington, Ky. Phone 1G8 and 45. Ckeapiide & Short Stanford, Ky. come to the aid of the oppressed. Lancaster, Ky. that a wife has tho right to go Tho New Y6rk judge who decided W. KING & SON INSURANCE Severance & Soa . Lt Pag The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, March 13, 1917 lam Smashing Prices entocku Home Folks vj sgr-'"Z&- ForMu :$fc4)A & &'&"-- " $."' 7 li1-- !!. ,,1 rjii II ..",,.) gl??PFg-5pfNI, o i J J c j3biSUMm r', 'rsia; Iff J5? S2SJ i" - "7A' I,. U.W "rSiLSC.-r A . . C.. - . . Th aj.. C 5T3 3l7 :i iji & M r D. T. BOHON tcKEni TTf in II il n rtf M' 0Hrw 77 ft ITT? n TO cow ffj Te PV'WTT?!! .1 .e i iM 3 TF &e? M tt alii SiuK "1-- WA 111 I 1 ,? U K 8 D -- 8.5 LUSttin nF3L Hi il U.Rffl jf3&& igEJ -- 5 L Sm-i?r- 0 J&&. ' m cg 7ji igi7 m SAaC 1 ZiPAS. Two Big New Bohon Books FREE Neighbors, Men and Women of Kentucky you realize that you have right here at home, within a few of you, the biggest Vehicle Factory in the world selling the user? Now we are also smashing prices on i We want you to have our two free books. We want you to know us. City men in the North said we would not succeed. Even here, close at home, the knockers got after us. Our price smashing frightened dealers and competitors and they got out their hammers. We don't care. We don't mind that.'' We want you to come here see our factory, see the finest vehicles in the world being made, visit with us. Get acquainted. Let's get all the truth. We are slashing prices because we cut out traveling men, dealers, hotel bills, jobbers! , middlemen of all kinds. We live in a little town down here and have neither city ways or city prices. We aren t stuck up. No cabarets or expensive city habits for us or our people. We live honest lives here among honest people where there are no saloons, no idle floating population, no high taxes. Our workmen are sturdy , clean people, the good hard working kind, the true b.lood f W Kentucky. People from all over the world.frotn California, Maine and Florida buy of us because we give them more beau- - ' titul styles at lower prices. Get our free books and see. Come to visit us. GENERAL MERCHANDISE CATALOG WE HAVE NEITHER CITY PRICES WAYS NOR CITY D.T. BOHON COMPANY I1ARR PQSBUKU.M.. DO lit Un SS2- - cu, T3; i r- - Ki,gljON rn iiooj 0arV ICO ..: 'll.,Ca'- - m 2", CaBfUT old-fashion- ed, Bohon Buggies ever 60 Days' Trial ? m i $ i , ,i ' 'ofc, ?rfcei u,crwwc "'ste -J. ."" Every Blue Grass Buggy, everything we sell is shipped days ft-Free Road Test. Cnn v c ...ut u means, . on 60. save yv"rt"- n J rZ, ou i f& to ?5U in first cost. Then you hitch to the buggy and try it. If it isn t the best buggy you ever saw for the money, we take it back and it costs you nothing. That gives you plenty of time to decide, to show the buggy to your neighbors, to compare it with what your dealer otter. You take no chances. We do that. We can do it because can we know we have the other fellow beat a mile on quality and price. i - L&J BACKED BY UNLIMITED GUARANTEE $30,000 BANK BOND make Don't buy a yard of lenca untU you mo our ire general catalog and gel our low price few months or a year but as long as the buggy lasts. And we have backed up our guarantee. ' We have deposited with National Bank of Harrodaburjr our legal, binding bond for $30,000 the Mercer to Write For the Books u bona Come to See Us fr There are plenty of knockers against Bohon's plan. We have we take the profits others have been making of! you and giveenemies, why'not? them back to you m lower prices. Don't take hearsay. Don't wait till you forget. & minUte' A PStCard ' Write l Bhn hfa Iwowi frltew SOS6 V"'ttlToPPV- 150 Cass Street THE D. T. BOHON COMPANY Harrodsburg, Ky. 'ock In our ntlhSfidg CUt to b