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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): March 16, 1917 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1917 int1917031601_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 16, 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. k 4 Established 1 860 58th Year. No. 22. The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, KntucKy, hrrrbiy, March 16, 1917 Emmott McCormnck sold to Geo. Robinson a horse for $150. R. L. Berry bought of Eugene throughout. Satisfactory prices were Dunn a woik mule for $120. Frank Douglas sold to M. L. realized .all along the line and stock MHl feci! ROlii iwnnntnlt,, UX..U 1?1 Marcum n milk tow for $18.75 Joe Conn sold to R. G. Cover a lowinir lire somo nf (In. .nU, mare for "steers nvcraging (100 pounds Irnnk Lawrence mule to $100. sold lo y ' nt $15.50. parties a ot of hay at $15 Lancaster per ton. ,."-'fteors of n better class to C. A. J. Weddle & Son sold to W. U. M. Hack at $(10. Maynard nine hogs for $G9 Black heifer tn W. M Mor'.,.,.,i. v....v. n $55.50. 'soiii to will Le av- V II, ot """""""an aged mare Garrard, Six steers to C. M. Back nt $45. for One black steer to Ike Shelby for $70 ilrs J. R. Mndisnn. .f w -- .... county, sold a ln h "' ' $5?50 CW l Wm' McCormnck for $00.48. W. B. Maynard sold to Charley Jersey cow to R. L. Hcrrv for $55, marc mule who also bought a bull calf for $20, ?U"5onr ZI-$2nml nnothcr bull calf James E. Allen sold to Livintr.stnn !i mm jiD.aii. A large crowd attended the sale of C. M. Back & Son at Moreland Wednesday nnd liM.li.i... ,,..,., .,:..:.i two-year-o- ld 4!5 " mk u Tuesdays and Fridays GRANDMA JOINS CHILDREN'S PLAY She Used to Be Gross Before Tanlac Cheered Her Up. CAN WALK UP STAIRS NOW KIDD'S STORE To one who has read it since its infancy, forty-fiv- e years ago, The Interior Journal without Ed Walton is like mince meat pie without a inanity sauce to a tee-totgourmet. Wclrnnin Km! Your nrnmUiwI rnoiimti. tion nf harness for irnnil.mul.nll "fn.. keeps" is cheering. "May, you live Hong and prosper. When Ceph Camp- j bell founded the Interior Journal in 1872 he immediately rushed it in front rank with half dozen excellent Uluegrnss rural weeklies. In 1870 Will Walton, a live wire stripling from Old Virginia, completed his contract to grade a section al "My daughters nnd grandchildren think I'm a different woman. I am. I even get down on the floor and romp with the little ones. A short time ago I was so cross I wasn't company ' for anyone." This is the trihute that s Irs. H. E. Hill, 3551 West ft! id St., Cleveland paid to Tanlac. "There was a time when I couldn't walk up to the corner store without fear I wouldn't be able to get back MRS. H. E. HILL. y . J ' ?t alone," she said. "Hut that time has passed thanks to Tanlac. I was rundown for years and couldn't do my housework. I had to leave most of the work to my two daughters. Last winter was the worst and I was told that unless I got better I would not have long to live. Lived In Damp Quarters. "Our house, too, might have made my condition worse. For was on low ground and was a' trifle damp. That made me worse. Before taking Tanlac I couldn't walk up and down the stairs. I had to sleep downstairs. I can get up without any help now. "My back used to hurt me so bad that I couldn't stoop over. Now I can get down and mop the floors. iv, Was All Run Down. "My stomach gave me no end of trouble. No matter what I ate, gas formed and I had a heavy, bloated feeling, I was nervous, and even the noise made by my two little grandchildren in their play annoyed me. "I surely am thankful for what Tanlac has done for me. And I feel so happy over it that I have already told .several friends about the results it brings." Get Tanlac today if you are not feeling right. Delay in health matters is dangerous. Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stanford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. Coleman, Proprietor. Tanlac can now be obtained in following nearoy cities: Moreland, Abraham Minks; Hustonville. Adams Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Joe Mc Williams; Middleburg, W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros.; Brodhead, John Robins; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. A. Horton. Ellis-burg, IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES, K. P. Gann sold to P. T. Reynolds a horse for $150. Dr. J. F. Pennington, of Ford, and Miss Katherine Sewell, of Elkin, wore married at Richmond. Miss Margaret Duncan and Charles F. De.ny, both of Danville, were married nt Newport Monday. Dr. J. S. Barnes, a prominent physician of Nicholasville, was painfully injured in a street car accident in ld liar-baug- St. Petersburg, Florida. Hnrvov Dean, aged 73, W. H. 08 and Mrs. Bnscom Elmore, all prominent people of Jessamine, died the first of the week. Walter Miller, residitjg on the Raney place, near Junction City is dead of pneumonia. lie leaves a wife, son nnd daughter, who are all ill with the samo disease. Mr. Miller wa3 thirtv-fiv- o yenrs of age. The fact that Kd Renfrow. of Danville, attended church during tho morning of the first Sunday in July, instead of idling his time nt home, save! him from being convicted on tho charge of sol"ng intovieating liquors without a Fidernl Government lirenrp when his case was called in the Federal Court at Frankfort. Bud Colds From Sudden Chances Spring brings all kinds of wonthor nnd with it come colds and tho revival of winter coughs and hoarsewill ness. Dr. Bell's head off a now cold or stop tho old one, the soothing balsams relieve the gore throat and heal the irritatod Pine-Tar-IJon- tissues. Get u botlio today and start treatment at once. At your druggist, 25c. Formula on the bottle. MRS. JANE B. ROBINSON DEAD Mrs. Jane 11. Robinson died nt her home in Lancaster early Wednesday morning from the effect of an stroke, of which mention was made in previous issue, nnd ,""" buried In llw. I ........... Ithis afternoon nfter funeral services ... .1... line lUMiiicnce, . , At the time of her death Mrs. Robinson was 70 years of nge. She was horn nnd rem ml nnm. t - i. Garrard county and was a daughter of the late I-- inley Denny nnd a sister of Hon. George Denny, a half mer Commonwealth's Attorney forin this district, but a resident of" Lexil ington lit the time of his death. More of Cincinnati 'Southern rnilroad south of King's Mountain. Cursory J i. if years ago she was married to Mr. Alexander C. Robinson and acquaintance with Stanford was comthey lived happily together until his pelling to his sagacious appreciation death about five yenrs since; The of oppoi Utilities and possibilities in grenter part of Mrs. Robinson's newspnperdom and probably first d horse mule mnrrie'. I'fe was spent on a farm Seven black s(nnra f time he was ever in a printing office TV00'ic.r.." near Gilbert's Creek in this county, 10Y.. ." he determined to buy or did then in- or at $04.55. Stanley Stenhensnn lmu.rM hut nfter her husband retired from Steer to Ike RhnHitr fnr ti:n duce Ceph to sell him the plant. His Ends & Hocker, u d mare business they moved to Lancaster brother Tom, wns installed manager. .lt:(l stcor to J. D. Whitehouse for mule for $100. where she has since Jienry iinrris employed to edit nnd i f.nu, Hardin Fields & Sons, of Midway, the whole of her ndultresided. During Red steer to C. M. Rack for $42 life Mrs. Robthat grand old typographer, and one bought a pair of coming inson was a consistent member of time editor, Capt Frank White of ..ii. i uiiu in nsnny mirKett for $38-5mules for $450. the church. She was very charitable Lancaster was foreman. Will Rout, of Hustonville, and unselfish. She never refused fSoon as the railroad contract had SoiIcifor to Gcorc Dinwiddic for . bought of John Bastin, one inancial aid to a worthy object been completed the tyro took the mare mule for $205. many that were unworthy were and Cow to Leslie Eads $42. helm nnd things were set humming. the McKee Riffe bought of B. W. leeipients of her bounty. It. L. Berry two sows, one for At that time a condition of outlawry Leigh of Hustonville, 31 head of The happiness and' comfort of dominated Gnrrard and Lincoln coun- $5i.f)0 and another nt $53.25. . shonts at 11 cents a pound. others rather than her own was ever d 0" ties. Fugitive homicides on whose mule to J. D. Henry Baughman, of near her chief aim. She was a consistent heads were big rewards for capture Whitehouxe for $91. 22,000 pounds of hay at Christian, a good neighbor, a dutisecurely mingled with family and Shelby for $120. 75 cents .delivered from J. P. Gann. ful wife, and the most indulgent Shelby for $128 friends. stock dealers, affectionate of mothers. Four of and Ulie Walton promptly trained his batleiinnt tn T? T. t her itr ?a "He""", ",u Y I'"" "ounnt a sow and children survive, namely: Mrs. J. B. teries on officials who complacently Beirv for Sim Iaxton, of this city, and Messrs. Aged jennet to R. L. Berry for abetted the demoralization by dere?5?l Jacob "i ., J. Fleece and George D. 'i1' liction, and a few broadsides producjack to J. H. Yowell - , .. iiutuuBiira in wuenE in i.no Hnwrnn Robinson, of Lancaster. Her oldest ed a ferment which led to a vigorous iv- .- c.iin Three-year-ol- d g during jack to C. M. Back ville Milling Company at $1.80 pur child, a son, died at the aire of 21 and thorough ojjsnqi years. which a detailed plot to shoot Walton for $250. John II. f Truly a good woman has gone to d Twelve accidentally (?) in a street brawl shoats to R. L. tion, boughtGoggin, A. Hubble secof Mrs. P. Hunn, of her reward. Berry at $12.01. was disclosed. shoats One Duroc sow to It. L. Berry for this city, a bunch of The stage settinir was completed at lie. PARLOR GROVE just as tipped off. Why the fusilade $39.75. Marshall Ellis, of Hustonville, Hay sold at $10.40 nor ton. Rev. Godbv was ill and unable to failed to be opened I never heard. soldi a pair ot .. Id - : horse fill his regular appointment Corn bromrht $0.30 at the crib :. i No favor was shown degenerates .. . i here John R. Dinwiddio cried tho .l,. "u"V,si a MV' Reynolds, ot bubunk, Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Jacob of highest degree not intimations filled the pulpit Sunday night. but names of malefactors, and Bill and did it well, as he always does, i The sale was one of the best held , ,J,ohnf A,,on dipped Tuesday a car Mrs. David Walls has returned Walton's evangelistic woik in '70. '77 m?1?' iaVen,P.inFft,,VA,t. Xfo from a visit to her son. Ira, of and '78 far excels the best of Billy in that section in years and the P0U"lIs to meters were more than satisfied. Sunday and Gypsy Smith today. O., and relatives at Lock-lancents n pound. O. Arch McKinney, then tellsr in the Ed Buchanan, on the Liberty nike Mr. Willie First National Bank, a pnitisan ReA WORD WITH WOMEN out of Hustonville, sold to J. B. Hon-ake- r, fiom Dayton, Hundley has returned publican, was not an hour collecting of Hustonville. a Duroc sow and spent the winter.Ohio, where he has a fund to provide and present Wal- Valuable Advice For Stanford nine pigs for $55. pluck and Miss ton a tcstimonir.1 to his Some price for corn was paid by with herVesta Sims spent Inst week Readers potency for reform which he feraunt, Mrs. Ann Eliza s, R. L. Berry, when he bouirht about who is ill at her home near vently prayed should not be formally Many a woman endures with no- - 10 barrels at the C. M. Back & Sons Pleasant View. presented. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Fagnly, who His righteous (?) prayer was an- ble patience the daily misery of sa' for $0.30 a barrel, of 0ur P0(l fiind swered and never a reference in backache, pains about the hip?.' blue, I Hustonville, reports R. L.us Berry, he have spent the winter in Ohio, came to nervous spells, dizziness and kidney that print to the incident. last week for a visit with the forpigs a s'ow tnat In a year Walton Yiad a corps of and blndder disorders, hopeless o'f.as seven litters. has raised 07 some. mers sister, Mrs. M. J. Morgan. going That's correspondents better than the aver- relief because she doesn't know what from Mr. James w. i. uavis has sold his tarm con-th- his mother in Hackworth has gone to "Katydid" nt is the matter. age metropolitans West Virginia. I 1,40 acres near Shelby City It is not true every pain in' tabling is an epidemic of Crab Orchard, Aleck Anderson at SlN'pcfcfticre o S.. R, Wilder, in Therearound this locality. measles Danville. Cant. E. Tarrant, ait au the Al back or bins is trouble "peculiar i aifd 1, fl Mrs. A. W. Jones is visiting her thor, at Liberty, fJJeir. Landrum (nnd io me sex. iiien when the kidneys 'f'le farm is known as the Litwwill sni-l- i place, son, Lewis now editor of that excel tret congested and inilnmnd. husband and brother in Cincinnati. E. H. Ballard received by express at. aches and pains follow. Then help Mesdnmes W. C. Bell and lent weekly. "The Messenger thoroughbred Shorthorn bull calf, Ellis spent Sunday with Mrs. T. J. Danville), at Lancaster, whose let- the weakened kidneys. Don't expect T. G. six months old, from the Burr Oak Bennett and daughter. regularly padded with able them to get well alone. ters were Donn's Kidney Pills have won the,Erm, of Arcadia, Ohio, that cost C. Bogle at Mr. George Perkins, of the Olive editorial stuff, Rev. J. neighborhood and Miss Sidney Hos-kin- s, Hustonville. whoso sparkling humor praise of thousands of women. They ' him $100. W. M. Read, who lives out on pronounced nro endorsed at home Read this and wit cultured readers of Crab Orchard, woman's convincing state- -' ral Route No. 3, brought in town married at the home of were quietly the best of all the correspondents of Thursday 12 bushels of Irish pota- - Owens, Feb. 2Sth. The Rev. G. isW. O. Barnes, ment: his dny, and Rev. George bride a Mrs. J. S. Good, Logan St.. Stan- - toes, which he sold to T. D. Newland sister of Mrs. Crawford Bell then evangelizing in Europe, without and a ford, says: "A constant backache & Son at $2.50. former serin or purse. of this neighborhood P. W. Herron and Son, of Casey, nnd is residentby all who brought mc down so I could rot do The Interior Journal vAs an insti- my loved know her. "institu-ter- " get no relief sold to Dave Allen 24 light feeding The groom is an honest, industrious. housework. I could tution and Will Walton an day or night and at times I could hogs at 12 cents a pound. Mr. Allen nti'liK rnsnnr-tnifnvrnnv ...... 1... .1111, all by his lonesome. nn.l ,1V. ....! ...n-..w....... I..I..I..I also bought of A. S. Garrison 25 head his ( bride have the best wishes of In '81 Ed Walton's association scarcely move. I had nervous a cents, with the paper began and as his ac- aches and the action of my kidnevs'of hogs at 11 nost ot tnends. with patrons extended caused me much annoyance. My , Richard Hester, sold 50 barrels of quaintance Mr. and Mrs. Otis Eubanks nnd bahis ponulnritv crew till ho is deserv- limbs and feet were swollen and so corn to W. H. Hester, at $0 at the by, who have been in New Castle, Donn's crib; to J. A. Freeman 20 barrels at Ind., for some time are visiting in their affections as son nre I could hardlv stand. edly fixed or brother, and essential to our Kidney Pills which I got at the Lin-- , $0 and to Burch Hester, of Preach-col- n relatives. Pharmacy relieved the back-- , ersville, 10 barrels at the same price, "Cheapest and Best." Gas was struck in the third well We hate to lose aneuon, wno nus ache aifd other symptoms of kidney i R. E. Gaines sold to W. R. Cordier drilled by the Daniel Boone Company pair of unbroken mules for $350 on the Schuler farm, but a strong . up to the standard. trouble." la measured so fully at all dealers. Don't and to Will Poynter a pair for $315. vein of salt water Price 50c. A few more reminiscences may be in. This has more simply ask for a kidney remedy get These animals were advertised in the been stopped and broke added when the weather is a Kidney Pill the ame that I. J. Tuesday. They sold like hot been drilled and gas fourth well has Donn's cheering. is reported to , ,. Co., cakes. Give our congratulations in mu Mrs. Good had. Foster-Milbur- n have been struck in it. A fifth well is 22-- 1 L. Hutchins, of Danville, bought located, but the ground is Props., Buffalo. N. Y. J. favorite, Mary and lucky Harvey. too soft here yesterday 75 hogs weighing to move the machinery. Other comMRS. BAUGHMAN ENTERTAINED from 140 to 180 pounds at 13c. He panies have machinery on the load MANUEL CAMPBELL Mr. O. L. Manuel and Miss Bessie Mrs. J. William Baughman enter- sold to R. M. Blaekerby a pair of and the opening of spring will see horse mules great activities in the oil field here. G. Camubell, of Gravel Switch, sur- tained the Current Events Club and prised their friends Thursday March a few friends Thursday afternoon for $302. Mr. Jarrot Johnson is 8th, by driving to Danville, where at her country home. The house was J. H. Yowell, one of the leading his barn. bv Rev. V . 1 . prtisticallv decorated in buttercups West End stock traders, bought a they were married Bud Morgan Messrs. and Jake Mav, pastor of the Christian chim""-Th- Upon arrival the guests were served car load of hogs from Sharp & Ben- Fagalv spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. W I. frappo and egg kisses and after an son, of Casey county, weighting from Mrs. F. N. Eubanks. groom is the son of Manuel, of Crab Orchard, and is hour or so spent in social amusement 125 to 200 pounds for 10 to Mr. Sam Jones has rented the connected with the K. C. railroad delicious ices and cakes were served, 12 cents. Schriovener farm near Olive church daughat Covinirton. The bride is the The members and guests were: Mrs. J. A. Freeman bought of. T. W. Mr. Henry Todd is going to build of Gravel ter of Mrs. Lida Campbei'., Campbells-vill- e II. C. Bnughman. Mrs. A. B. Flor- Jones 15 light feeding hogs averag- o imiv Vinno nn tlio fnrm nnd Mr. Switch, but formerly of ence, Mrs. M. S. Bnughman. Mrs. ing about 50 pounds for 11 cents a Jones will occupy it as soon as com and is one of Kentucky's most Lucv Miller Bartlev, Mrs. T. W. Pen- pound. Mr. Freeman also bought of pleted. , successful tenchers, holding n state nington, Mrs. Q. E. Tate. Miss Ollie Richard Hester 20 barrels of corn certificate. Their manv friends join Woodson, Mrs. J. C. B'liley. Miss at $0 in the crib. BACK WITH PHONE "GANG" in wish'uiL' them t long nnd successOphelia Lnckev, Mrs. Wm. SeverII. T. Greathouse, with his "gang" Frank Toliver picked up about 20 ful life. The happy "juple will leave ance, Mrs. W. C. Shanks. Mrs. R. T. mules here county couit day. He paid of telephone men. is back from A Friend shortly for Cincinnati. Bruce, Mrs. J. G. Garpenter, Mrs. R. from $100 to $140. Bennett, Gres-lm- Frankfort, where he has been since C. Hocker. & Co., bought a hog from George about the first of the month, and is COLDS ARE DANGEROUS SPRING Smith, of color, last Wednesday, that again working on the improvements A iwi.... .1 .1... ...1 EVENING OF PLAYS A HIT l.n.... Sudden changes of temperature ui'ii. .i weighed 300 pounds. Thev paid 13 in ine ivTifiiiiun.' ?t?iv-ii-i ind underwear bring spring colds The second apnearnnce of the Stan Frankfort Mr. Greathouse and his 4 cents for it. Adair News. with stuffed up head, sore throat and ford Dramatic Club was made Wed force were engaged in lcpniring the Ludy Walnut Hill. 707. owned by damages done by storm to the telecenernl cold symptoms. A doso of nesdny evening when with the South Dr. It. Lindsey Ireland, of Louisville, phone exchange on the night of King's New Discovery is sure reDr. sixty-sixt- h consecutive egg March 1st. It took-- fully oo men twi lief, tliis happy combination of anti- gave an evening of plavs at the !" his is weeks to set things aright, making septic, balsams clears the head, onera house. Each member render nt eleven o clock Monday. soothes the irritated membranes and bis part well. Misses Marie Ballard two eggs more than the worlds the loss n considerable one. vhnt might have been a lingering Yeager, who took the pnita old for consecutive days, wh!ch was stop treat- that had been assigned to Miss Gcr- I'avorllo pullet at Storm, VOU NEED A SPRING LAXATIVE b?. cold is broken up. Don't ment when relief is first felt ns a trude Wilkinson, who left a few onnecticut. Dr. King's New Life 'Pills will re W. It. Gaines, of Crab Orchard, is move the accumulated wastes ot win-to- r hnlf cured cold is dangerous. Tako dnvs ago for the Normal School at Dr King's New Discovery till your Richmond deserve much praise for 'the first to .advertise his horses this from vour intestines, the burden cold is gone. At all druggists. being able to master the pirns oniseuson. In another column will he of the blood. Got that sluggish spring found notice of the two horses and fevor feeling out ofv your system, such short notice. two jacks that ho will stand the pres- - liriiihtun vour eve. clear your com- BUYS FARM IN FAYETTE ent soaoon. Reid tho nodi?rce and pio.ioii. Get thut vim and snap of SHOOTING ON HIGHWAY Turner Carpenter, son of one of Deputy Sheriff Marshall Herring description of each. They all stand at 'ood purified healthy UIooil. J Jr. county's most substantial Lincoln King's New Life Pills uro " i,J farmers, A. W. Carpenter, purchased arretted near Ilustonvillo late Thurs- - "" uw i'KV "L laxative that aids nature's pro-:es- s, The Glenworth Farms, of Burgin, last week from John Milburn, of day afternoon Sid Swearnigen nnd trv thorn tonight. At all drugFayette county, his beau- another voung man named Wool-- 1 shipped to E. B. Crwddoek. of South Donornil, gists, 25c. beautiful tiful faim of !35 acres. This is said dridge nnd phoned for the Sheriff to Boston, Va., She i iff. old Chester Darn mare of the to be one of tho host furmB in that after them. WeBtltprfnivl OWENS PECK nnd .liltr lur chestnut color. Also g'finoi'J to section of tho country. It is woll im- William Leu Owens, aged 23. of piovod and in the very best state of Gooriro DeBordo wnt nt once l'heyPlum Branch, S. C, the rwgwtoiod cultivation. Mr. Carpenter had toinre charged with .mooting on the saddle mr owned bv Dr. J. II. the Hustonville section, and Miss Matilda Anne Peck, "sweet sixteen." draw on his bam; account to tuc hiehwny. Both are from Casey c.u;i j Adams, who 1ms just hud her ty, to Bohemian Kin". The wme etab- - living near MeKiniiev, were joined amount of $195 por acre. llshmont said to Rv. ". M Mien, of heart and hiiud here on th 13th. Foid, Vn.. a good bav -- addb' male, SELLING BUICKS I NOW have on display my lino of THE MISSES STRAUlT will be Conn & Tuvlor, of Danville, nnd ' also to bo bred to Bohemian King. spring and summer millinery. Now glud to huve tho Indies come iu and pbttom nuts received daily. Como W. W. Hays, of this city, have a big j bco their display of spring and sumand see them. Mrs. J. C. Lynn. 22-- 1 "ad" on another page of this papor. CINCINNATI STGCK MARKET. 22-- 1 Hogs Itocoipts 2900 head; steady mer millinery. They sell the famous Buick car and Pasco, Samuel farmer United are meeting with wonderful success, nigs and lights S9(o13.50: stags $9 Eight miners lost their lives und States Senator from Florida and a having disposed of three this week (fD 11.75. Cuttle Receipts 500 head, member of the Democratic National to Gnrrard county parties. Green strong. Calves steady $0 & 12.75 five others are misjing as thu Committee from 1880 to 1900, is Boiling, J. M. Edwnrds and Steve J Fheo" Receipts none; steady; lnmbs of a mine explosion "now Onanohs-bur( Pa. steady. "W dend at Tampa, Florida. mil, cacti Duying a tix. BIG CROWD AT BACK SALE npo-pletic LAND, STOCK AND CROP ,Jk " ti..i . 480-iinim- thrc-ycar-oI- cI ,?. Mifn three-year-ol- four-ycar-ol- i ld 0. GREAT R. R. STRIKE CALLED Representatives of the four brotherhoods announced last night that a general railroad strike would begin at 0 o'clock Saturday night. The strike will begin on the New lork Central lines cast and west, the Nickel Plate, Baltimore & Ohio, in the yards of the eighteen roads in Chicago icpresentcd by the Brotherhood of Railwuy Trainmen's Switching Committee, in the yards of the St. Louis Terminal Railroad Association and in tho Merchants' Bridge and Wiggins Ferry yard. The strike will extend on Sunduy afternoon to the following roads: Gioup of the Northwestern roads, Southern Railway, Norfolk & Western, Virginian and Chesapeake & Ohio. The time when the walkout will extend to the other lines was uncertain, it was said, but the men will be cn'led out in groups every twelve or twenty-fou- r hours. President Wilson was notified immediately of the calling of the strike nnd he began consideration of the steps which might be taken to avert it. At the district convention of tho Knights of Pythias at Wilmore Wednesday Mr. II. It. Saufley of this city, was unanimously elected District Deputy for this, th" Sixth Kentucky District. The honor came a complete surprise to h''m and he was almost carried "off his feet" when it was thrust upon him. Th1 Slanfi rd delegation composed of Dr. T. W. Pennington, Hurry Carter, Walter W. Saunders, John Spoonamore, II. C. Wray, W. P. Grimes, Jr., Jack L. Beazley, Frank Smith, G. II Masters, planned to give Mr. Saufley a pleasing surprise and right well they succeeded. That he will fill the important office with credit, none who know the gentleman will for an instant doubt. Mi' Wmillnv Je MR. H. R. SAUFLEY HONORED ld thrco-vear-ol- ht ld I Five-venr-o- ld uYGrthW I six-vear- -o .I r house-cleanin- 125-noun- in urovnil nn tlin n, d, i , at A ... r" meeting to let him off, as he had but very little time to give to the duties, but the K. P.'s would not take no for an answer. .Imtyius Dnrmtin. w'nn Is rlmirmnn of the district is also Jessamine county's Kepresentative, and ne was detained at Frankfort. His place was ably fill ed by Ur. Jl. Li. McLain, ot wilmore. A number of the Grand officers were present, including Grand Keeper of Records and Seal J. W. Carter. Considerable business was transacted nnd ii iinmlinr nf tiilkn on the "Good of the Order" were made. Mr. Saufley offered resolutions ot sympathy to "Daddy" Moore, who has charge of the Orphan's Home, and who has been ill most all of the winter. At the evening session Jack Newborn, a former Hustonville boy who has a magnificent drug stoe at Wilmore, was given the First or Page degree. A buffet lunch was served tit the close of the work. Every lodge in the district was represented and the meeting was one of the very best held for some time. APPOINTMENT CONFIRMED. The appointment of Mr. II. J. Mc- TJnlmrtH n nnstmaster of Stanford. was promptly confirmed by the Senate Thursday, Mrs. McRoberts, wife nf tin. pluvnr I'entlemun who will have charge of the office, receiving a wire from senator unie James io that effect and congratulating her on his success. Mrs. McRoberts sent tlin mntcim. nn t(l Mr. McRoberts. whp is in the Wesley Memorial Hos pital at Atlanta, and who iy the way. is so rapidly improving that he will be home in a few days. The McRoberts telephone was kept busy yesterday afternoon by fiiends who an were delighted to Know tnai Mcdoubt was removed about Mr. Roberts being Stanford's incoming postmaster, and congratulating the family on their good luck. GOOD WORDS FOR SAUFLEY If Hon. Shelton M. Saufley. former editor of this paper, could heitr are being the many good things that regret exsaid about him and the ntf l 1- -2 , ld e 1- -2 m pressed at the probability of his leaving Stanford, he would hurry home from his tour oT tho West and remain r.... i:r,. tho host neonle the sun ever shone upon. This paper is in receipt of a card from him at Fulton. Mo., where he is making a hnet uum visit and where ne grnuuaien years the High School a number of trip ago. He savs he is enjoying his to the fullest and expected to reach Kanns City, to which citv Mrs. Saufley and Master Shelton Saufley went direct, by the latter part of this week. ...-!..- I 3-- rec-Nnn- ev n' , Sloan's Liniment For Rheumatism The torture of rheumatism, tho pains and aches that make life unbearable are relieved bv Sloun s Liniment, a clean dear liquid that is easy to apply and more effective thuii mussv plasters or ointment because it penetrates quickly without rubbing. For the many pains and exposure, strains, aches following sprains and muscle soreness. Sloan s Liniment is piomtplv effective. Always have a bottle hundv for gout, lumbago, toothache, backache, still neck and till extbrnul pains. At drug-ists, 25c. "" non-grip-'t- ig ' throe-your-co- ponu-Franc- ia ' I brl HOTEL BUILDING BURNS Th commodious Hotel building at Llnnietta Sorinp's. half mile beyond Junction Citv burned Thursday. It not bean cost about flii.000 Kit yinr Some use? for sev ial ago Capt. iiiartcr rhoHiits of a centruiy Richards, of this citv, successfully ...... I..m. .,n,l in (.Rut it. IV It WHS ran 'lit. j..o It a vciv popular summer resort. vmb owned jointly bv Mrs. James U. Shelby and "Black Ike" Shelby. j rult g, PARCEL POST SALE ladies of the I'rtwbyUriun church of IliutouviUe will hold u perctd post sale at the home of Mr. Cliai'ltM WhtNiler in Iliiitonvillo SaU tirday evening. Mvoh 17. Untuning at 7:(). A cordial invitation i to tho pubjiu ta attorn!. The ud w Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 16, 1917 MIDDLEBURG Fours $660 $675 Roadster Touring BUICKS 1917 Sixes $1,040 $1,070 Roadster Touring The demand for Buicks will greatly exceed the production and some one will be disappointed. Don't be that person. Give us your order now. Compare the light weight, economical and powerful Buick with othei cars at the same price and notice how much it is. Ask any one who knows one. W. W. Hays, Stanford, Ky. No. 5U2 UEPORT OF THE CONDITION Or Conn & Taylor, HUSTONVILLE Walnut St., Danville, Ky. PHONE 798 OF THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK of Kentucky, at close of business Mar, 5, 1917 RESOURCES Loans :uul discounts (except those shown on b and c) $337,118.82 't U. S. bonds deposit 100,000.00 "euro circulation- - (par value) Bonds other than ' ids pledged to secure U. S. deposits ,.,... $ 3,000.00 JsccuritiOs other tin bonds (not including stocks) owned uup. ed 27,000.00 30,000.00 Stock of Federal Rev e U'ink (50 per ct. of subscription 4,550.00 Value of bunking: house (if unencumbered) 10,000.00 . Furniture and fixtures 1.00 Net amount due from approved reserve agents in New York, Chicago and St. Louis $ 5,089.87 Net amount due from appioved leserve agents in other reserve cities S3, 101. 4 1 88,191.28 Net amount due fiom banks and bankers (other than included in 12 or 20) 8,301.30 Other checks on banks in the same city or town as reporting bank .. 208.04 Outside checks and other cash items $ 2,080.14 Fractional currency, nickels and cents .. 952.92 3,039.00 Notes of other national banks 070.00 Federal Rencrvo notes . 470.00 Lawful reserve in vault and net amount due fiom Federal Reseivo Bank 12,170.77 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer 5,000.00 ToUil $030,020.27 At Stanford, in the Sta LIABILITIES Capital ntock paid Surplus fund in . Amount reserved for taxes accrued. Amount reserved for all interest accrued Circulating notes outstanding Net amount due to banks and bankers (other than included in 29 or 30) Individual deposits subject to check . Postal saving.-- , deposits Deposits requiring notice but lets than 30 days Total demand deposits, Items 33, 34, 35, 30, 37, 38, 39 and 40. $337,179.03 Certificates of deposit Total of time deposits, Items 11, 42, and 13, $30,974.04 Undivided profits . Less current expenses, interest and taxc.-- . paid.... ..$ 7,400.32 1,450.00 $ioo7ooo.oo 50,100.00 0,009.72 1,970.21 1,000.00 98,900.00 3,880.07 302,105.14 000.02 34,407.87 30,971.04 him. Bryant Bradshaw. chief clerk of "IIumpty-Dumpty- " forty years as the original clown, Tony DeW. W. SAUNDERS. .1. W. ROCHESTER, the Turnersville Supply Company, nier died Kingston, N. V from Notary Public E. C. WALTON, and Frank Bobbitt, of the Peyton's fall on anat icy sidewalk. He was a 78 Commission oxpiros Fob. 7, 1920 Well section, were here Sunday ev- years ol dand had Directors ening and attended church at the the almhouse since been an inmate of June. Mr. Monto Fox, the Cuyler Mowrey, paymaster for N. Christian church. Prof. McMullin, of Waynesburg, "CASCARETS" BEST IF cstUle dealer of Dunville. purchased .1. Rich & Company, knit goods mini- - was here a few days the first of the HEADACHY, BILIOUS. recently of J. C. B.m i 105 fat cat-- 1 ufactuierg, was shot and killed bv week among friends. Tie has accented SICK, CONSTIPATED tie. They were bfci'tic-- , averaging two automobile bandits in fiont of '" position with an Auto Company at 'J'lu selliri-around I 1530 ijnt.iwl-,the Rich factory at Cleveland, O. Detroit, Mich., and will leave soon. Best For Liver And Bowels, Bad Will Morelnad. of Lexington, is in price is under'toml in lie a f'inry one, Th.1 robbers secured $5,400 and Breath, Bad Colds, Sour our mietot with friends and relatives. News--. Goorgetwon 11. C. Sandidge, of Milledgeville, Stomach was here Tuesday on business. Get a I box. Miss Jessie Powell lias accepted a Sick headache, biliousness, coated position in Danville at The Hub. She tongue, head and nose clogged up Women, more than men, have excitable nerves, because left Wednesday to resume her work. with a cold always trace this to Luko Carpenter wired delayed, liring work and physical strain tax their more delicate New Castle, Ind Monday his father torpid in liver, bowels or fermenting morning lood sour, gassy , that they were all right after the stomach. the nervous systems and bring premature age and chronic cyclone mere bumlny evening. Poisonous matter clogged in the weakness unless treated intelligently. I well-known . ' : ' 10-ce- Total $030,020.27 State of Kentucky. C'ountv of Lincoln, ss: I. W. M. Bright. Cashier of the bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and" belief. W. M. BRIGHT. Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before Correct Attest: me this 13th dav of March. 1917 V. II. SHANKS. above-name- d J. D. Burton, the Middleburg farmer, was in town Tuesday and said he was feeling fine since the change in the weather. Sam Owens, of McKinncy, was in towji Saturday on business. James Floyd, the Stanford pike farmer, purchased one of those delightful riding plow of Riffe Bros., last week and with the ground in proper shape we arc expecting to see the ground turned very rapidly. Jones Bnughman, of near More-lanbought a pair of mare mules from C. C. Cain, of Pu' laski for $280. Mr. Cain also sold mule to Alger Weddle a of Hustonvillc for $80. Dr. Childress, of Hustonville, re cently bought of Dunn & Buchanan, a sow and 10 pigs for $57. CO. Mrs. Alice Johnson and naby and Miss Maggie Campbell, of Danville, have been visiting the foimer's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Lyons. Harry Hocker was here from Danville Sunday to see his mother and sister, who are on the sick list. Ike Routenberg attended early meeting at Danville last Sunday morning. J. L. Dorsey of Iluntsville, Tcnn., was here over Sunday on his way to Cincinnati to buy goods for his store. R. A. Lipps and wife, of Danville, motored here Sunday to spend the day with the hitter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Owsley, of Louisville, arrived here Sunday for a two weeks' visit to relatives and friends. Mr. Owsley has a position with the Ford Auto Comnanv. J. W. Hocker had a plank to turn with him in his barn loft Monday, throwing him headlong to the floor and he was considerably jarred up. He is still on the go. Mrs. M. M. Dunn, who has been quite ill for some time is better at present. Rev. Brandenburg, of the Raptist church, went to Ellisburg Sundnv evening to preach. Sidney Brown d, one-year-o- ld ld Mrs. J. D. Depp was in towwn last Saturday for the first time in several weeks. There arc some indications that the ground hog's grip is relapsing nnd that "spring time is coming gentle Annie." The robins nnd pecwoe have come nnd the blue birds arc mating. Now, When Spring comes, with its changeable weather if we could have the oooing of the and your exposure, it is best to clear away all the dove it would be music to the ears of us poor winter gripped mortals. symptoms left after an attack of grip. That evil Mrs. T. S. Benson was quite sick disease leaves you weakened, and when its victim with la grippe last week, but is much improved at this writing, we are attempts to "do his bit" he exposes himself to the risk of a second glad to write. attack, for which he is less prepared, and which may have graver Hens that went on a strike some consequences. three months ago, resumed business again last week, and as a consequence there was a slump in the egg market hero. Fuel supplies hereabout have April nnd May are pneumonia months, in this time a weaksomewhat depleted, on account ened system is a constant source of danger, for the pneumonia of the continued winter weather, and and grip infections are in the air, and after a long winter the the heavy condition of the roads forbody is so clogged with waste it cannot resist them. Fortify bids the replenishing of them. There is hoc cholera on thu Liber the health, remove the catarrh, and improve the digestion. ty pike, and the services of Dr. McDowell Fogle arc being called into use. Dr. Fogle is getting quite a rep utation as a veterinarian. The war is the only topic here at This reliable tonic is recommended to remove the waste present nnd some of the suggestion as to what president Wilson should from the body, counteract the catarrhal poisons and allay the have done arc wise so much so that inflammation that is catarrh, restore the regular appetite and we arc made to wonder some times tone up the entire system to resist disease. A well man is safe. from whence comcth all this wisdom. As n tonic after grip it has won many commendations, whilo its effectThe few late warm days put the iveness in catarrhal conditions is unquestioned. Take no chances Take gardening fever .into the bones of Pcruna. pur anxious ladies, but they are being persuaded to await further weaPcruna Tablet are alwayt ready to take. Yoa may carry a box ther developments. tuitn you and ward off colds and chilL The auid medicine in your Boring for oil will becrin in this home is a great safeguard, Protect your family. vicinity in a few weeks, so wo are told. Will Lnnham, who has a new The Peruna Company, Columbus, Ohio outfit for boring has been engaged and is expecting orders at any time to rig up his machinery. Nearly all the land between here nnd T.ilinrtv BOWEN greatly missed by all. has been leased, and we arc assured We are glad to see some more L. P. CofFman is on the sick list. that boring will not be long delaved. pretty weather. There is a lot of oil talk around It is said that war and polities Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Singleton nnd make "strange bed fellows," but their bright little son have been vis- here. J. F. Russell has leased several when Villn nnd Uncle Sam get to oc- iting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. hundred acres for the Central Eastcupying the same "bunk" of nights U. White. ern Kentucky Oil Co. Drilling will the strangest will have happened. Mrs. J. II. Wolford and son have begin in the spring. Very few tobacco beds have linon returned to their home in Michigan George Coffey has bought 35 acres sowed in this locality, owing to the after a long stay wth her parents, of land from Mrs. Ed Smithwick, continued uniavorable weather con- Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Russell and other known as the Weaver Dunn farm. ditions. Plants will likely be late as relatives. Price $800. a consequence. Miss Hettie White has been visiting L. P. Carney sold to Sim Owens, Rev. C. D. Chick preached at the friends in Danville. of Moreland, a pair of uapusc cnurcn Sunday morning and Mrs. Nathan Coffman and little mules for $240. evening. daughter have been visiting relatives Mrs. George Statom is on the sick The epidemic of measles that in Stanford. list and also her son, Ernest. threatened here has about spent itMr. Chester Statom has moved in and little Mr. Silas Santlidge self. There were several cases on the his bungalow which he has just com- grandson, Straud Gooch, Jr., arc the Trace Fork pike, south of Yosemite. pleted. guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. There was a fairly good sized Messrs. Chas4 Weaver and Tilford crowd at Frye & Myer's sale Thurs- Russell, of Indiana, spent a few clays day and good prices were realized. with homefolks here. W. F. Croushorn, near Crab OrThe county candidates were there in Messrs. Coleman and Ernest of J. C. McDonald, of full force, and did a lot of hand Grubbs have left old Kentucky for a chard, boughtTenn., seven yearling Livingston, shaking. Mr. James Chelf. who lives few months' stay in Illinois, and are steers for $35 a head. on Carpenter's Creek, is the late entry in the Judge's race and those who claim to know say the race is now between him and J. M. Tilford, but it is a long time till the primary, and even a day some times brings forth wonders. W. C. Cundiff and W. D. Allen, candidates for county clerk were there getting in their work. Shake Off That Grip There's Danger in Delay For Quick Relief be-co- PERUNA four-year-o- ld CTOMACH Ailments The Nation's Curse Public Sale I wilt sell at public auction at my place, l n ng at 9:30 a. m Wednesday, March My splendid farm of jJl,, 1 1Q17 . ..-- 192 Acres, More or Less Located 2 2 miles from Hustonvillc, 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, I will also sell the following stock, etc.: v.l. y v YVnr Afavr'e mi y Wonderful Remedy J Quickly Restore There is no ailment causing more woe and miseiy than Stomach Trouble. Often Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines, Constipation, Acute Indigestion, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and other serious and latal ailments result from it. Thousands of Stomach Sufferers owe their complete recovery to Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. It is unlike any other remedy. It sweeps the poisonous bile and catarrhal accretions from the system. Soothes and allays Chronic Inflammation. Many declare it has saved their lives, and prevented serious surgical operations. Try one close today. Watch its marvelous results. Contains no alcohol no drugs. Rook on Stomach FREE. Address Geo. II. Mayr, Mfg. Chemist, Chicago. Better yet obtain a bottle of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy from The Penny Drug Store or any i enable druggist, who will re- fund your money if it fails. habit-formin- HORSES One mare; one 16 hands high. MULES One coming aged mule; pair IS horse; one horse) combined mare; one pair one geldings, mule; one coming 3-- 4 mule; mare mules. hands, one CATTLE Six high grade cows, all red; o high grade red bull; two high grade bull calves, all red; feur high grade heifers. FARMING IMPLEMENTS One binder; one mower; om Oliver chilled plow; one Vulcan turning plow; one gardca plow; two cultivators; one garden cultivator; one Disc harrow; one A. A. harrow; lot of corn and hay; cider mill, one corn planter; ono 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. g Ail-mea- ts HALL ANDERSON McKINNEY, KY. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer In-de-str-u- The Silo that fills a long felt want. Results obtained from the use of a .Metal Silo are far beyond Ross Metal llo c-to expectations. Si age contains by far a larger percentage of food value, more uniform preservation, n"t"ralIy f"r more productive in oil ,V'U Permanent Silo because it VA Can'tBlowDowBuckleJwistorCcllapse Resists fire to the fullest extent and is proof. No skilled labor required to erect it. storm bo in- Can time- u,iy O SPeeial Metal is warranted not to bo effected or i'natic conditions. The users b? StCI? ,mcf,ilaK0 IN'DE-blU-UO-l- Drug-lade- n pills woman's strength, but the concentrated medicinal food properties in and alcoholic concoctions cannot build up a scorn build strength from its very source and are helping thousands of women to gain control of their nerve power overcome tiredness, nervousness, impatience and irritability. mm free from alcohol, thousand pounds of opium is sufficient for the legitimate medical needs of the United States," said Dr. Milton Hoard, of Louisville, at a meeting of the Fayette County Medical Society Tuesday night, "vet the most accurate figures show that there is being imported into this country over four hundred thousand pounds of the drug. "Twenty-fiv- e SCOTT'S is a liquid-foo- d Sctt&BewDt,Blo4iafiU.N.J. M.7 paratory to the establishment eight uoronautic stations. The sta- clear, stomach sweet, breath right, tions nrobablv will serve ns lmses complexion rosy and your livor and for the new coast patrol boats also, bowels regular for months. 22-- 1 A joint army-nav- y board is studying the Atlantic and Gulf coasts pre- work while you sleep a box of from your druggist means your head 10-ce- intestines, instead of being cast out of the system is into the blood. When this poison reaches the delicate brain tissue it causes congestion nnd that dull, throbbing, sickening heuduche. Cascarets immediately cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons in the bowels. A Cascaret tonight will surely straighten you out by morning. They of the durabiluy.of metal silos has been completely answeied by their contnm.il nsn .i. " of any kind. The Kansas Experiment Station iiiili f.u.V.T V , lish in their Report No. 129 the fact that thov ImvT, n been in use since 1903 and that same are as good as when first orWrc.il Those who desire to erect a Silo from the standpoint of 99 food value preservation should see me before purchasing ami amine my silo and silage. Sold by n.re our references. Any question ,uu,u T J. O. Newland, Stanford, Ky. Also Agent for Ross Wood Silos and Ross Silo Filler. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 16, 1917 MILITARISM IN Page Three PUBLIC SCHOOLS When Little Willie Gets the Tummy Ache! puckery persimmons or too much jelly cake. OloV fashioned belliake is acute indigestion. Give the sufferer a good big dose of castor oil and apply a hot water bottle to the spot of greatest pain. hot water bottles in your home ache and rheumatism, too. The youngsters just will eat green lapples or You ought to have one of our guaranteed for neuralgia, tootlv lired aching feet feci re freshed after an application of Sloan's Liniment, do not rub, it penetrates and soothes. Cleaner than mussy plasters or ointments, docs not stain the skin. Have a bottle handy for rheumatic pains, neuralgia, gout, lumbago, 6prains, strains, toothache, bruises and muscle soreness. At all druggists, 25c. 50c.and $1.00. We carry the highest quality goods to be had. and active as greased lightning. of rubber Is Our castor oil in bulk or capsule as slick J. W. ACEY, Proprietor The Lincoln Pharmacy DR. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacist TLe Climate is Delightful on tlie Beautiful Mississippi GULF COAST DURING MARCH AND APRIL Enjoy tlie Lalimj air and sunsnhio in inis enchanting uiicL of flowers. Pleuj golf or tennis, motor, fitli, sail or row. Low round trip fares, end couvenit..!. crain service. -- Tickets to Nov Orleans and Gull Coast points via Loulsvlllo R. R., permit sldo trip to Peiisacola at slight cost. For illustrated literature, schedules, etc, apply to local representatives of tlio Loulsvlllo & Nashville R. R. or address R. D. Puseu, General Passenger Agent, Loulsvlllo, Kij. &" Nashville THE CUBAN REBELLION ENDED Though the rebellion in Cuba caused some little disturbance it was never regarded with much seriousness by the people of this country, and the fact that the leader has been captured probably means that the insurrectionists will now disperse until a more favorable opportunity arises for them to incite another uprising. It seems necessary for the Cubans to have a little insurrection' now and then. When Cuba was set upon its own feet there were many who predicted that the governmei.t would never be stable because the temperamental characteristics of the Latin race were an insurmountable obstruction to sustained order. No doubt such views tliose who entertained have been disappointed that the government has not been overthrown before this. It is a monument to the wisdom of democratic ideals that the Cubans have been able to subjugate their natural inclination for rapid changes in government to the ritual of republican form. And in view of the brief existence of the latest rebellion and the end of it, which appears decisive, it is to be hoped that in time Cuba will become a r.eal good and respectable republic. Collar Pads All Size?, 18 to 24 -- at- 40 Cents Turnersville Supply Co. Turnersville, Kentucky Pulaski county. Kentucky, fiG years ago and died March 8, 1017 at the residence of his brother, AV. B. Ragan, two and a half miles from Nicholasville. He was married twice, his first wife being Miss Peggy Baugh, who proceeded him to the grave several years. His second wife was Miss Janie Baugh, who survives him to mourn his loss. He was the son of Rev. Galen G. and Susan Three brothers, Rev. John Rev. W. B. Ragan and Rev. J. S. Ragan. and two sisters, Mrs. and Miss Clarinda Ragan survive him. For a number of years he had been a member of the Methodist church and lived a consistent Christian life. According to his own testimony, he was ready to go when the final summons came. His funeral was conducted at the home of Rev. C. F. Oney, presiding elder of the Frankfort district. The burial services were conducted by the writer at the grave. His body was laid to rest in the RulFnlo cemetery at Stanford. F. D. Palmeter. Ra-caRa-can. n. RANSOM RILEY RAGAN Ransom Riley Ragan was born in Bo-l- nr sults in permanent iniurv. On the constructive side it offers little of durational vnlue to a boy from the national preparedness point of view because it cannot be introduced into the school on a large enough bnsis for the student to learn the tactics that re used most in war. Ihe Massachusetts Commission. which examined the question of mil itary training, alter many hearings reported to the Governor in 1015 that they found overwhelming testimony against the value of this training for boys, except the drill and marching. Military training docs not teach in obedience to conscience, but only obedience through fear. Soldiers when mustered out arc no more chaste than other men. ' personal responsibility, the nower to reason why, must be the Republics truest defense. In the event that Militarism is introduced into the schools it will take practically all of our boys who are enrolled in the Senior Classes of the various High Schools, out of school and thus deprive them ot the opportunities of a higher education. Since all of our leading educator are opposed to it and since the Government authorities have not thought it a fit plan, we may rest assured for the present that it will not be adopted. self-contr- ol Self-contro- (Editorial in Lincolninn) Now at the time of this American crisis the question of introducing militarism into our schools comes up. This question, ns nil others has both an nflirmativo nnd negative side to it. We choose to support the ncg-- 1 ntivc side of it and will endeavor to j show our reasons for so doing. Mtir-- 1 dcr is not one of the arts which wc deem vise to teach in our schools. There is good reason to hope that before the present generation is grown this business of killing will be out of date. All the belligerents of the present war, now solemnly that they are fighting to put an cnu iu mi; vjt. luiiiuuy nun is oiu i of hnrmony with the aims of the school, since the aim of the school is to train boys for citizenship by discovering and developing the best and highest intellectual powers in ench, to the end that each may make the largest contribution to the common welfare of his country. The aim bf military drill is to train men in the use of defensive weapons to the end that citizens mny defend their country by force of nrms. But defense of the country is not confined to the force of arms, for our first defense is citizenship and our second is civilization. Therefore let our schools keep to their tasks of building up these two great means of American Military defense. training has a tendency to divert the attention f the boys from the main purpose of the school. It also emphasizes government by force rather than by justice and law. While some form of military force is necessary for the state and nation, a means should adequately provide it without ' injecting it into our public schools, j It is said that military training is good for school boys, for the claim Is made that it emphasizes mental alertness, value of bodily health and gracefulness, obedience, promptness to duty, courage, service and subordination of self to a superior will. Such values are of primary significance. Experience shows that well selected exercises in the gymnasium and various forms of athletic games furnish better physical training than military tactics. The chief objection to military train ing as such for school boys is that it i is physically injurious and often re de-cln- rc I If 5i W :. A,r. iislilaKEr ta 1 mmj . m V ' !".!' R5R"'V-j:--i Horror.. ... ). 1 - r" jvu. , ' mi m - iSS,L3SJ, &r mms9 THIS BUCKEYE $8.50 FREIGHr PAID We have others $8.50 and up; 60 Eggs to 600. Write for catalog. We pay the freight. Our Garden Seed Catalogue Now Ready. Write for it. You may Save Money. Golden Blend Coffee, 25c Pound. Four Pounds Sent Postpaid for $1. It's beginning to sell in Lincoln county. Try it today and be satisfied. This Week's Seed Prices: Fancy Fancy Fancy Fancy Red Clover Seed, per bushel, $12.00 " Sapling or Mammoth, 12.00 Timothy, per bushel, 2.85 Northwestern Alfalfa, per bushel, 10.40 Whil: - l Q7 FreigliL i iy ation. Bags Extra At Cost. mMmOe VHOLESALE AND RETAIL l, Covington, Kentucky FIELD SEEDS Seed Corn, White and Yellow; Clover, Timothy, chard Grass, German Millet Seed, Etc. 1 Or- Avery's Entire Line of Farming Implements THOMAS' MOWER Feed Corn, Mill Feed, Etc. All Kinds of Building Material. We carry Full Stock of Above Most Eminent Medical Authorities Endorse ft. Dr. Ebcrle and Dr. Braithwaifo as ..11 distinguished authors agree that whatever may be the disease, the urine seldom fails in furnishing us with a clun ;.,,.; h pies upon which it is to be treated, and accurate knowledge, concerning lio nature of disease can thus be obtained. If backache, 6calding urine or frequent urination bother or distress yon, or if uric acid in the blood baa caused rheu- a matism, gout or iciatica or yon snspect kidney or bladder troublo juit write Dr. Piercoat tho Surgical Inst'tuto, Buffalo, J.i.: send a samnle of urm an.i .in scribe symptoms. You will receire freo medical advico after Dr.Pierco'g chemist has examined tho urino tin's will bo carefully done without charge, and you will be under no obligation. Dr. Pierce during many years of experimentation has discovered a now remedy which he finds is thirty-seve- n times more .power- fill flinn litliin !.. . ;. " i'uving uno acid J from the system. If you are suffering from backache or the naim of rlwiimn. tism, go to your best druggist and ask for a box of " Anuria" put up br Dr. Pierce. Dr. Pierco'i for weak women nnd Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for the blood have been favorably known . frt mu n i.tiu tint jjusi, mi !.. years ami more. 1 Hey iy ., .,..,( I are standard r,milina as Doctor Pinmi'j ll,.n..i.t l.,ii.,t ifiJ the liver and bowels. You can get a largo trial package for 10c. of anv ono oi uii-- remeuies by writing Dr. Pierce. well as Dr. Simon -50-ce- nt Favorite-Prescriptio1 SAUFLEY such a long cold spell. Rev. Tcvis preached at Logan's Creek one night last week. atttendeil the Mr. M. S. Floyd funeral of Mr. Ed Weddle at Somerset last Mondny. Mr. Weddle was killed at Sloan's Valley in a wreck lost Ftidav night. The pastor of the Baptist church of Danville conducted the funeral services. Mr. Weddle was a member of that church and a great worker. He is survived by a wife and two children. He had many relatives and friends at Somerset. He was a cousin of Mrs. M. C. Floyd. Misses Grace and Ruth Fields, of Hustonville, were the guests of their brother, Henry rields and wife a tew days ago. The neonlo of this community arc enjoving these few pretty days after The Junction City Lumber Iacorporited Co. Phone 17 and 21 Junction City, Ky. Field Seeds have a full line of High Grade Farm Seeds such as clovers, timothy orchard, blue grass red top, etc. Write for samples and delivered prices. 1 3Kr.r 3forcC THE UNIVERSAL CAR In the scnlo 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 ut about a mile to operate and maintain. Over l,7f)0,000 Ford cars are making performance and profit every day. Runabout $31G, Touring Car $3(50, Coupelet $505, Town Car 505, Sedan 015 all f. o. b. Detroit. Place your order now. two-cent- s H. C. Anderson, Agent Stanford, Ky. Steele & Burton, Agents . BETTER ROADS WANTED At the monthly meeting of the Swiss Club at Ottenheim Sundny last at the residence of Mrs. G. Foos about half the members and their families attended. The other half could not attend on account of the county road, which is in some places in a serious condition, ueen ditcnes across the road and mud about one and a half feet deep, so is is hardly possible for horses to pull an empty wagon over them. Our taxes nro three times as much as before and Doctor Pierco'a Pellets nro unequalcd still there is nothing doing by the fiscal court of our county. We nil as a Liver Pill. One tiny, hope our county roud through Ot- l'dkt u Dose. Curo Sick Headache, tenheim will be better considered by Bilious Headache, Dizzine33, Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, and our authorities. Wm. Landgraf. Suiar-ioutc- d W. BUSH NELSON Lexington, Kentucky sagsaBTOsrognzzDB' 4t-co- f. SSZSki I LESEESSSESHfiT I JL U . Mi. d BM w rfftrr-n'vl- n run l -- . ,;? 'jMHustonvillo, Ky. FIFTY-FIV- E G. O. P. ASPIRANTS all dt'iangemunta of tho Liver, Stomach and Bowels. Republican stronghold, there are fifty-fiv- e hungry Republicans sa far announced us candidates for local offices. In Knox, as is the case in almost every other county, the aspirants for the job of Jailer are the most numerous, there being fourteen now in the running for this berth. Among the candidates are Emma Morris and Sarah E. Hughes, who seek the Repubican nomination for School Superintendent. Louiiville Times. only ones after public office is shown by the fact that in Knox county, a That the Democrats are not the Ninety thousand bushels of Muiuo potatoes were bought by George V. Perkins, of New York, through, n Hoston broker. Mr. Peikins, as chairman of tho New York food committee, will distributo tho potatoes in that city, selling them at cost or less as emergency may require. Tho purchase price was said to be more than $225,000. Miss Vaujrhn Kenesaw, Neb: I Q war" We are Headquarters for PURINA FEEDS PURINA DAIRY FEERS More Milk. PURINA MOLASSES HORSE FEED More Vim. PURINA FATENA MOLASSES CATTLE FEED More Fat. PURINA PIG CHOW Greatest Ho Grower. Thete Feeds are giving the licit reiulls possible. Place your dcr today. Sold only by or- - Stock Pen Phone No. I T. W. JONES Residence Phone No. 176 POSTED M. D. Elmore. from Doint. The I. J. seems like from our dear old home." paper Elmore writes from "Please change my Palmyra, III., to this a. BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J letter The I. J. it only $1.50 a year twice a week; $1 for once a week. Page Four e The Interior Journal, Stanford,, Kentucky: Friday, March 16, 191,7 The Interior Journal E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright Statement of Condition of the Lincoln County National B; I of Stanford, Kentucky Condensed from the report made to the Comptroller on March 5, 1917 Both liinrs a wirlc, per TPAr............fl.E0 1.00 Twice a TTCfk, for 8 months................. .76 Twice a week, for 0 month..........-...- .. .40 Twice i week, for 3 months........ Onco a week, either Imup, per year........ 1.0P to nil! P Subscription are per Mops when time for which it la paid, l op Subscription Bates 1 Alt-U- lg LUC his judgment correct. Winner RESOURCES . . Loans U. S. and other Bonds Banking House Furniture and Fixtures Cash and Exchange . . . . . LIABILITIES Capital Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits W. H. SHANKS, .... .... . $337,118.82 130,000.00 10,000.00 1.00 The Interior Journal !i antliorlted to nib-Vthe following ramildMra for office to the Democratic primary the flrft In Anftust, 1017. (Annotfticemcnt fy for each county oftlco li $10 ! for district office, $15: for city or magisterial office ?5, No will be made until fee It paid announcement In advance.) Sal-ord- Political Announcements. Whether it is horses, boats, or automobiles, every man enjoys saying "I told you so," if the finish of the race proves 152,900.45 Total, $630,020.27 $100,000.00 59,085.93 98,900.00 372,034.34 For State Senator JAY W. HARLAN H. CLAY KAUFPMAN fipiffl .pp Adler Collegian Clothes We have picked winners in J. R. MOUNT. W. S. DRYE. M. F. NORTH. For Sheriff J. II. LIVINGSTON. 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 storp will enable YOU to pick a winner from the big array of Collegian spring and summer suits on display be- M. S. BAUGHMAN. For County Judge T. A. RICE For County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY. Total, $630,020.27 President J. W. ROCHESTER, "Corner Next to Court House" W. M. BRIGHT, Ca.hier Awiatant CaaHer Stanford, Kentucky For Repreaentative H. G. SKILES. For Jailer W. S. BURCH W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMER JOHN J. MOSER For Aaaeaaor J. N. CASH For Magistrate 1st Diet. J. T. DUDDERAR 10 Ceivts $ 1:00 &Bittoi. a Kip iiiitchess" Trousers Now yourfpants are a little worn; riy a p of the 'best in the world." We art showi them in Work Pants and Dress Pant.-- Th are none as good. Scclhnch l.0O' rather unnecessary service of taking your coat and hat at the door of a big city hotel, because of the presumption that it helps her to live and perhaps also those who may lie dependent on her to get the necessaries of life. Sucli illusion has, however, received a severe jolt. Investigation discloses that a cold blodded tippinrr trust with offices in several large cities rent the tipping privileges of hotels and pay girls a pittnnce to stand up and loo1- - " ble that the increased. ir' A TIPPING TRUST Many of us who have felt some pride in bestowing tips on the pretty girl in white, who performs the McRoberts & Bailey Mail Us a Mijlinerv Openings t PRINT FADED I u ' i c lJ At Stanford Friday and Saturday March 23 and 24 ROBINSON'S How About Your passing .. on i. ,."ense to the ma. thus and imprisonment for dispose of such privilcj; ping evil is a constantly g' e seruntil it has come to pass th;-.- t vice you pay a high price for is denied you unless you submit to further imposition. The best way is to giye no tips unless the service is unusual-I- v trood and not because it is custom ary to give them and often demand ed. The public will not te deceived hereafter by the thought that its con tribution to the pretty girl at tnc hotel dining room door will go to her. She will receive only a small part of it, the rest will go to a grasping trust, which makes her acount lor every cent by a system which renders it impossible for her to cheat if she desired. It is a sin and a shame. .. v,vs its '" fh Everyone Cordially Invited to Both Openings J. P. KELS. Somerset, Ky. ARNOLD FRANCIS S. Price's Old Office Stanford, Ky. Pushin Brothers THE HUB We Announce Our T of Danville Kent'ky Hair Brush? Has it become a little bald? Or a little anything else that you don't like? If it's about time for a new one Come in and look over our easeful of them. From a couple of dollars down to a couple of quarters. QUALITY, ACCURACY AND FAIR DEALING Stanford people will recall that the first telephone connection ever made, was with Central University at Richmond, Dr. Brock the principal, coming down to make the demonstration. Then it was regarded merely as a wonderful invention simply, without commercial value. But its development has worked wonders in business and social life. The annual statement of the Bell system just issued shows that the company now miles of wire and has 19,850,315 that its gross income was $79,353,000 last year. It was also announced that $90,000,000 would be spent this year for improvements and extensions. The fact that an average of 29,420,000 calls were made a day shows how fond the average man and woman Is of talking even when talking is far from cheap. Believing that Senator Kirby, of Arkansas, had earned his pay as fully as did Judas Iscariot, the citizens of Jonesboro, that state, sent him 30 pieces of silver of the denomination of 10 cents for having betrayed the country in the hour of peril and stood with the dirty dozen against protecting this country from the insults and murder of its citigovernment. zens by the German The next thing for the voters of Arkansas to do is to see that Kirbv never again is permitted to hold office of honor and trust, a punishment that will hurt him worse than a term in the penitentiary. SPRING OPENING Millinery, Pattern Hats, Fisk Hats, The Penny Drug Store Phone No. 2 E. R. Coleman, Prop. Stanford, Ky. Gage Hats, New Spring Tailored n Seeds Are Cheaper! Seeds are cheaper if you buy in the bulk. We have many kinds. Sweet Peas, Nastur. tiums, Radishes, Tomatoes, Cabbage, Beets, Lettuce, Melons, Parsnips, Salsify, Turnips. Suits, Coats and Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Footwear and Accessories W. E. PERKINS,Kentucky Crab Orchard, -- - 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS Over 3 Million Loaned Through This Office - iu i ' The Christian Countv grand jury and l indicted the W. Perry, its state news Claude editor, for criminal libel in criticizing Judge Bush in connection with the tlisgraceful episodj at Murray, where h mob kept him n prisoner fi.r a night because he had a negro murderer removed to prcent his lynching. At this t'istance it 1oo! like the less said about the matter the sooner moncbi. Ouv. Stanley is the only one who seems to havo gotten any glory out of the case, which ndded to the lawlessness that has rendered that section an eye sore since the night rider outrages. Courier-Journn- Saturday, March 17th The Ladies ot Stanford, Lincoln and Adjoining Counties are Cordially Invited to Attend ' will not be elected by the voters of New Hampshire district' in time to in sums of $2,000 or more. No loan participate in the election of a fee charged. 20-Ye- ar FARM LOANS Phone or Write Congressman Sulloway's successor D. A. THOMAS Lancaster, Ky. Speaker. " TH-O- LP WKLIAI-E- " Headaaarters for Beit BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Lexington, Ky. Fhoae 168 and 48. Cheaptide & Short Stanford, Ky. W. KING & SON INSURANCE R. M. NEWLAND ra.1aWl AT YOUR DRUGGIST. fl Ba- REMEDYFORMEN. Come! You Are Welcome! The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: "Kia-Yii-Y- it! Friday, March 16, 1917 ? Page'Five fill W MRS. T. A, RICE ENTERTAINS on Danville avenue Mrs. T. A. Rice entertained the Rook Club in honor of Miss Oliie Woodson, of Kansas City, Mo who 1s tho guest of Mrs. C. E. Tate. Tho colors were green and white and the favors were small greeli bnskcts filled with shamrocks. A delightful salad course Thc Ktiests were: Mrs. lY?sJJc.ry(-,,i- W. C. Shanks, Mis. W. B. O'Unnnon, lMrs. c"vcrs. Mrs. R. C. Hocker, Mrs. G. B, Cooper, Mrs. C. E. Tate, Mrs. E: J;.I,ri?.wn Mrs- - K- - T Hruce, Mrs. V. II. Shanks, Mrs. J. B. Perkins, Mrs. Joe Embry, Mrs. C. Hays Foster, Mrs. T. W. Pennington, Mis. H. C. Hnughman, Miss Sue Woods, Mrs. Lucy Miller Hartley. Mrs. A. L. Pence, Mrs. Carroll llailev. Miss Sue Taylor Engleman, Miss Ophelia Lackey, Miss Pattie Alcorn, Mrs. J. H. Bnughmnn, of Danville, Mrs. Will Moreland, Mrs. J. S. Rice, Mrs. W. S. Embry, Mis. S. J. Embry, Miss Bcrta Price,. PREPAREDNESS I Mt 'Mt-- Quick!" Tuesday beautiful home n afternoon nt her S Drops Make Corn 'Tall" Off I Club. 'I've joined the Ncver-Agnl- n Never ngnin will I uso anything for corns but Gets-I- t. Put 2 drops on, and from Mint secof 'Gets-I- t' ond tho corn begins to shrivel. No Eggs, Milk or Butter The following recipe shows how an appetizing, wholesome cake can be made without expensive ingredients. In manjnother recipes the number of eggs may be reduced one-ha- lf or more by using an additional quantity of ROYAL Baking Powder, about a teaspoon, In place of each egg omitted. EGOLESS, MILKLESS, BUTTERLESS CAKE cup brown sugar VI cup water 1 cup seeded raUin 1 1 For 35 years this Bank has been PREPARED and READY to serve its customers, and is NOW READY! 1 J teaspoon nutmec teaspoon cinnamon Bank Opens 9 A. M. Bank Closes 3 P. M. 'Ob, Doa't Touch It! It'a So Sore!" Vac "Gets-It- " and It Will Never Be Sorei instead of swelling up like a llttlo white sponge. Then It loosens from your toe and, Klory hallelujah! the corn comes off ns though you'd take clove off a Yes. "Gcts-lt-your hand!1' corn discov" Is the is ery of the age. More "acts-It- " sold by many times than any other corn remedy In existence. Try It and you'll know tho reason why. It takes two seconds to npply It, and it dries at once. That's nil. Don't experiment follow tho experience millions nmi use "uets-it.- " of '"floU-It" is sold everywhere. 2fic a bottle, or sent on receipt of prlco by 13. Lawrence & Co , Chicago, III. ounces citron is cup shortening 2 2 cups flour S teaspoon salt teaspoon Royal Ballnc Powder The old method (fruit cake) called for 2 cccs DIRKCTIONS Put th first elcht Incredlents Into saucepan and boll three minutes. When cool, add the flour and baking powder which have been sifted together; mix well Bake In moderate oven In loaf pan 'round tin with hole In center is best ) for 35 or 40 minutes Ice with white IcincBooklet of recipes which economise In eccs and other enpenslve Ingredients, mailed free. Address Roynl liaUnc Powder Co, 135 William Street, New York. - The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. J. S. HOCKER, President S. T. HARRIS, Vice-Preside- nt H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier C. HAYS FOSTER, Asst. Cashier W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. Bookkeeper CZAR GIVES UP THRONE. As the result of a revolution lasting three days, Emperor Nicholas has abdicated the Russian throne and Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovitch has been appointed regent. The soldiers sided with the Duma, but there was no serious loss of life. Thc min-'str- y has been swept from office and the ministers, except Minister of tho Interior Protopopnff, who is said to have been killed, nre under arrest. The Empress is reported to have fled or is in hiding. jxfJlAJL BAKING POWDER Made from Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes, adds none but healthful qualities to the food. Thursday. Mesdames Ben Jennings and M. 0. Geary spent Thursday in Danville. Miss Annie Milburn Attorney C. C. Williams, of Mt. is assisting Vernon, was here on legal business the Warren Sisters in their millinery PERSONAL AND SOCIAL J. W. Acey is the "guest of her Per kins and little daughter, of Lancas mother, Mrs. W. M. Hughes at LanMrs. An. Price and Mrs. Ed Mrs. store. Miss Bessie Moore is the guest of Mrs. William Clawson. of Nor wood, Ohio, is the guest of her sis her sister, Miss Ellen Moore at Crab Orchard. ter, Mrs. J. L. JMcKec Rifle. Mrs. R. E. Sallce, of Richmond, is Mrs. V. A. Lear and Miss Bernie Lear, of Lancaster, were the guests the guest of her brother, E. H. Ballard and family. of Mrs. W. S. Fish Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Geary will ocMrs. Carlo Brittain, of Philadelphia, arrived Thursday afternoon to cupy the Cicero Reynolds cottage on visit her sister, Mrs. W. H. Shanks. Lancaster street. Mrs. Emma Higginbottom. of LanMr and Mrs. Harry Jacob May-briare rejoicing over the arrival caster was here with friends the of a little son, who has been named first of the week. . Mrs. J. E. Buck, of Gilbert's Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oaks are the Creek, has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. Mattie Nevius. proud parents of a daughLittle Miss Majcl Kelley, of ter. The little Miss has been named is the guest of her grandNannie Wood. ' Miss Josephine McAIister, who has parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Newland. Dr. L. F. Jones and wife and Miss been the guest of Miss Katherinc Reid left Tuesday for her home in Lillie Carpenter, of Crab Orchard. Los Angeles, Calif. Danville Mes- were callers at this office Wednesday. Prescott Brown will leave this week senger. i mi , head of the big live for Cincinnati, where he has accepted i George Blong-stock commission firm of George a position in a wholesale drug house. Mrs. James A. Beazley and Mrs. Blong & Co., of Cincinnati, wa? here at court Monday. He came with his Mildred Beazley, of Lancaster were friend, J. L. Hutchins, of Danville. the guests Tuesday of Mrs. Will Mine Host R. M. Houchin, of Hays. J. F. Howard, of Ghent, was here Elixir Springs, was a caller at this office Wednesday. He says that he has several days this week, business and had a few guests all of the winter a mighty pretty girl drawing him to and as spring opens up his crowd is me city. Mrs. Ed Griffin, who has been the increasing. j guest of her brother, Dr. Lewis J. Jones, has returned to her t home at Middelsboro. $100 Reward, $100 Miss Lucile Burgin passed through The readers of this paper will' be here today to her home at Crab Orpleased to learn that there Is at least school at one dreaded dlseuso that science has chard. She is attending been able to cure in all its stages and Campbellsville. that is catarrli. Catarrh being greatly Miss Mary Wallin, of Crab Orchinfluenced by constitutional conditions ard, has taken the position as night requires constitutional treatment. Hall's operator with the Bastin Telephone Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and Co.. at Lancaster. acts thru the Blood on the Mucous SurMrs. J. A. Carpenter, Mrs. Levisa faces of the System thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the Martin and Mrs. Crane, of Perrv- patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its ville. were guests first of the week of Mrs. Mattie Nevius. work. The proprietors have 50 much faith In the curative powers of Hall's D. R. Moore and daughter. Miss Catarrh Mcdlclno that they offer One Lizzie Moore are visiting John M. Hundred Dollars for any case that It fails Helm and family and Ben II. Helm to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address P. J. CHTW'TTY" & CO.. Toledo. and family at Parksville. by all Druggist, 75c. Ohio. Sold Mrs. Lottie Pugh, who underwent an operation in Louisville some time ago, is still in the hospital and not Miss Julia Higgins, of Richmond, doing very well. London Echo. and Mrs. Kittie Phillips, of LouisMesdames T. W. Jones, C. Hays ville, are the geusts of Mrs. J. B. Foster, Albert Severance. Miss Anne Willis at Crab Orchard this week. Davis McRoberts affd Mr. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Tevis have Phillips spent Thursday in Lexingreturned from a month's visit to Cu- ton. ba and Florida. Miss Jessie Powell, Rev. W. D. Welburn, who has been of Hustonville, has accepted a posi- ill with la grippe for a week or so, Hub Department Store. hopes to be able to attend his regution at the -- Danville Advocate. lar duties at the Methodist church Clarence Tate Cooper leaves Sat- Sunday. good position at urday to take a J. L. B. Coffey, who is now with Litchfield, 111., secured by his brother, the Eagle Picker Lead Company, of Edwin CooDer. Clarence is one of Chicago, has been here several days Stanford's very best boys and much this week with his intner. Mr. Joreerret is felt at his departure. seph Coffev. and other relatives. James Williams, youngest son of Dr. W. T. Carter and Rev. A. B. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Williams of Som Potorf. of Brodhead, were here toerset, is here for a few days with day. The latter brought his wife, who relatives. James is just back from is in delicate health to the sanitarium the Mexican border but shows no ill of Dr. E. J. Brown for treatment. effects from his soldiering experiJ. G. Blair, editor of the Industrience. Mt. Vernon Signal. poultry jourHen, a well-knoof Marrow- ous published in Louisville, was here C. C. Garmon, Mrs. nal shortly move to Stanford Thursday with John Owsley Reid and bone, will to reside with her aunt, Miss Jane with him paid this office n call. Mr. Garman. She will occupy the cottage Blair is regarded as a chicken auof L. H. Stone, on Logan avenue. thority and his services as judge are Mrs. Garmon before, her marriage much sought after at poultry shows. was Miss Bessie Alexander. He was judge of that department at the K. of P. fair here in 191 ar Camp-bellsvillo, w ter, were here Thursday. caster. ED MODEL IS NO MODEL Ed Model, a colored boy, is no Sold in Stanford and recommend- model for the youth of this section to imitate or emulate. He was given ed as the world's best corn remeds forty days at hard woik for selling by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The whisky. America Drye, for being in possession of thc house where booze Penny Drug Store. was sold, was fined $20 and costs. These fines were imposed in Judge John S. Grooms, aged 9G, is dead R. L. Davison's court. in the Linnie sctcion of Casey. Freight movement out of LouisAt the sale of Jersey cows in Nicholas county Fred Greater and Russell ville was practically halted last night disposed of 27 head of due to the imminence of the nationO'Connell wide railroad strike. $62.50 to $120. The wife of Rev. C. K. Dickey is WANTED. dead in Louisville. Her husband was Pasture for two or for several years pastor of the Main three horses. Harry Carter, Stan22-- 5 Street Methodist church in Somerset. ford, Ky. No Alum. No Phosphate JIM TALL LOSES BOTH LEGS. Ella Monroe was acquitted of News comes from Covington that of her rival, Eva Giegory. in n Jim Tall, a Stanford ne- Hardin county. The jury deliberated gro, had the misfortune to have both less than half an hour. legs cut oIT while working in the William F. Sheehan. formerly lieurailroad yards there. tenant governor of New Yoik and a prominent politician, is dead. M. D. Elmore. POSTED well-know- gTllElLBLACKCOMRXN 3)eJ(gwtJ(tfnLd&ciJ Jm K PARIS -- CLEVELAND j ,J$r "' xl ftv ' 3 r-- XWr MktmA ' S 2 v I -- .! T.K a . -- i i J 1 v m ' rrrnTi ' A- '. r. 'it rrJfiM7 i "Im 13. I fi 'iva Ml in gt.A - '; vhhl i sfl 1 nil i m m-- ' Vm Sit .When all nature puts on her springtime freshness and glory colors gay that belong to yuuin tutu iiiuoi nit owiiict-- gaiiuiuoui vviiuci uc iaiu aoiuc. i'iuii ui uui luoiuiii ers are preparing for the advent of spring by becoming acquainted with the new i spring and New Clothes Spring Styles at Our Advance Display of the New Fashions These smart, youthful coats and suits many of them Wooltex models made by The H. Black Company are the delight of all those who try them on, and prices are very attractive. We now have in stock hundreds of New Suits and Coats which we would like you to see. " Opening March 23-2- 4 Get in early so you may have the choice of our selections. We promise you a saving by giving us your trade, j i Millinery Mrs. A. L. Pence. Mrs. W. R. Todd, Mrs. J. O. Reid, Mrs. James Harris, Mrs. J. L. McKeo Riffe, Mrs. Harrv Hill, Mrs. E. T. Pence, Jr., Mrs. J. li. Wright, Mrs. J. B. Perkins, Mrs. Joe Murnhy, Mrs. Wm. Clawson. Mrs. W. H. Shanks, Mrs. A. C. Hill, Mrs. Russell Brown, Mrs. E. J. Brown. Mrs. W. C. Wilson, Miss Sue Taylor Engleman, Miss Levisa Harris. Miss Lyle Cooper and Miss Bessie Hill. DIXIE ROOK ENTERTAINED Mrs. T. J. Hill, Jr.. was the hostess of the Dixie Rook Club at her home on Lancaster street Thursday afternoon. A very enjoyable afternoon was spent and at the conclusion of the games delicious ices and cakes were served. Those present were: Silk Dresses, Shirt Waists Separate Skirts IS 'i f uo ivir I II Silk Dresses to suit every occasion; Stylish Street Dtesses; Afternoon Dresses and Party Dresses a great variety of styles and prices in each one $15.00 to $75.00. ' &0&&r; ' Shirt Waists aro more beautiful than ever before and we are showing at new numbers from $3.50 to $13.50. least twenty-fiv- e Separate Skirts in new fancy Sport stripes and plaids and a fine line of Tailored Skirts in blacks and navy from $5.00 to $10.00. Why don't you come in and tee how youthful these new models will make you look? There's no obligation to buy, though of course, the early choosers have the added pleasure of appearing stylishly and becomingly dressed the whole spring. (l. tw 'MbA' ' I f t Miss Saunders II WILL GO TO' HUSTONVILLE The Stanford Dramatic Club and the Southwick Club of Crab Orchard will will go to Hustonville on Friday evening, March 23rd, and present the evening of plays that were given here Wednesday evening and at Crab Orchard Friday evening. You will miss 22-- 1 something if you don't go. YEAST Fleischmann Yeast each Friday and Saturday at II. N. Jones' Store, next to First National Bank 1 A. B. Robertson & Bro. The Store That Sells Wooltex L' Danville, Kentucky flSWiMiUHii ,tp, tsoainnaaaw ynfi.ai Page Six The Interid'r journal, Stanford, Kentucky; Friday, March 16, 1917 Washington City, D. C. It is tho grand jury's sworn duty to inspect tho records of our County Health Officer. There were nine indictments by the last grand jury returned against parties who have endangered tho public hcnlth.by their acts of omission or commission. In sninll pox, What Came From Reading tient have to be the disease and paquarantined, the disease placarded and n yellow fing a Pinkham placed in a conspicuous place on the house containing disease. In other contagious diseases ns Patcrson, N. J. "1 thnnk you for whooping cough nnd measles the same the Lydia E. Pinkhnm remedies as they rules hold good, except a red fing have mnde me well and name of the disease has to he o placed in n conspicuous place on the and healthy. ago I felt so house. All this is legal, State and U. S. run down, had pains in my back and aide, business. We hope to sec our citizens nwnke out their deep lethargy wa9 very irregular, and be swift of to obey all our lnws, tired, nervous, had and most especially laws pertaining such bad dreams, to n conservation of our public did not feel liko eat- health. The laws arc plain. He who ing and bad short runs may read. The next grand jury breath. I read your may get indictments against the best advertisement in of citizens nnd doctors too, who fail the newspapers and to report. A word to the wise should be sufficient. 's decided to try a bottle of Lydia E. WOMAN NOW IN "ST'VSalaalaValalaaalaalaaVIBI What Did You Get? Go ahead, pay the landlord your good hard earned dollar each month. flW PERFECTHEALTH "ygdren Cry for Fletcher's $&&: msw What Have You Got? Figure up what you have to how for the "hundreds of dollars" you gave him a fat hundle of receipts. 3?hc Somc-tim- That's All You Got? How much are they worth today? couldn't buy a crust of bread with .Jem. What will your landlord do to you if you fail to pay your rent? You '. Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in uss for over over 30 years, has borne tho signature of and has been made" under his per- --- ? sj&-?rf-f6onal supervision since its infancy. --tcz&ry. 4uow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. fr Z Uc46 "Just-as-goo- d" Pink-ham- 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 alt figures don't lie. Can't you see the property you've already paid for and nothing to show for it? Concrete Seven nice town lots in Stanford. on Main walks already laid in front of nil of them. One lot well. Price $G00.00. One lot on Logan street, 90x270; lays street, 00x150, lays well; nice location for home. Price $G00. home. On Miller street, one lot 90x400; beautiful location for Two lots on same street (50x138 each; price of Price $700.00. Two lots on Whitley street 00x138; price each $300.00. home and quit $300.00 each. Buy one of these, build you a your money in a sink hole by paying lent. putting No. 61. '- '' o, rosid Nice seven-rooI..i. "'a c . 'h Kentucky, right on Cumberland avenue; ...-room with extra fine fixtures. This house is practn. only a short distance from the Cumberland Hotel. Also and place nice city lot adjoining same with barn and garage. This per month. Will sell this at a bargain. is rented for ?20.00 You can make the rent pay for it. Vegetable Compound. It worked from the first bottle, so I took a second ana a third, also a bottle of Lydia E. Pinknam's Blood Purifier, and now I am just as well as any other woman. I every woman, single or married, Who is troubled with any of the aforesaid ailments, to try your wonderful Vegetable Compound and Blood Purifier and I am sure they will help her to get rid of her troubles as they did me." Mrs. Elsie J. Van der Sande, 3(5 No. York St., Patetson, N. J. Wntbthe Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., (confidential) Lynn, Muss, if you need special advice. ad-Vi- Breckinridge county. The aged Mrs. Mary Shaw is quite sick at the home of her Alex Robinson at the Perry King farm in the same section. An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hawley han been quite sick. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. King have moved into Walter Smith's house. Mr. Ben Kennedy is reported better at this writing. son-in-la- PREACHERSV1LLE Mr. J. W. Blankenship and family have moved into the house with his William BartcK at White's Mill. He has sold his farm in son-in-la- No. 206. m miles from Hustonville, in the best farming part of our county and also in splendid graded school district. This farm faces the pike for a considerable distance and can be easily divided y into two or even three small farms. It has a large residence, halls, three porches, etc. Three room tenant house, double crib, ice house, large barn, etc. All this farm is in grass except 40 acres and of the amount that is in grass over 100 acres is in blue grabs 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 acre. Terms $10,000 down and balance to suit. two-storsix-roo- m No. 44. Nice blue grass farm of 243 acres, only 1 2 Mr. E. Foley. The subscription school which is being taught by Miss Marietta King is progressing nicely. Mrs. II. G. Cummins continues to improve. has had a Miss Grace Anderson seveie case of tonsilitis, but is much Mrs. J. J. Thompson has been indisposed. Mrs. Sam Ramsey has been very sick for several dnvs. The infant daughter of Mis. Grace Ballard has been quite ill of double pneumonia and measles. Mr. Fisher Herring, of Canaan section, osld a quantity of corn to Mr. R. P. White for S5.00 per barrel. I he many friends here of the late Ragan Ransom were very much grieved to of his death, ne was a good old man. .T. M. Cress sold about 2o acres of land to John B. Anderson for ?100 Mr. W. C. White, of Covington. was here last week to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Wihte. A resident of this vicinity, while returning home from Stanford last dist churcn Sunday. Mr. .7. F. Payne, who moved to Rowland the first of January is moving back and well live in Menc-fe- e Elmoie's house and conduct a blacksmith and repair shop as formerly. The farmers in this section of the county await his return with impatience, as he is A No. 1 smith and always at his post ready to attend to the wants of his customeis. Both Mrs. Emilv Holtzclaw and sister, Mrs. Susan Edmiston, a'o recovering from their recent illness. Miss Rachel Foley, of Williamsburg, has been visiting her father, :; building a iur. J. at. new kitchen and dining room. There w o j. vices at the Metho- better. No. 20S. 800 acres of virgin 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 .V,000.00 cash, and balance to be paid when lummiles from ber is cut and marketed. This property is 2 and is an exceedingly fine piece of timber. railroad station 1- -2 No. 209. 1,000 acres of coal and timber land. Has three sepaiate 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 termi spot cash. ot ot per acre. house, three porches, new 160 acres, barn i2x40, tobacco and stock bain 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 crass, and 80 acres in timber, son 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 goins to make good money on it. No. 124 No. 56. 200 acre farm; residence, porches, ate; small new barn; also two log houses and old barn; two splen; good never failing springs. Well fenced, all did fencing new and about 75 acies of ths farm is bottom land, nil floated and in grass or cultivation, except about 25 acres. The whole farm lays well) in splendid community, close to school and churehos and two stores on edge of farm. This farm faces road for over 2 mile and can bo easily divided. Price $4,000 as whole, or will divide. oi.-hurds- Hugh esand PTCarty Stanford, Ky. Office Phone 180 Home Phones 152 and 184 afternoon, wn awakened green and the favors shamrocks, in honor of the coming of St. Patrick's uation between our country and Day. Miss Elizabeth Weissinger left for some of our neighbors. An urchin of about five or six years Cincinnati last week to be with her old spied the buggy passing in which brother, Pete Weissinger, who is emwere some empty boxes nnd tin ployed there. Elijah Phillips, ion of Judd Philbuckets rattling nnd iangline. Hop- ning on or one or Stanford East lips, of Liberty, was among friends Mnin street pavements, the lad be- her Friday. gan in good fashion to pelt the horse nnd the vehicle with stones which, LECTURE TO MEN ONLY luckily, were thrown without much AND BOYS OVER 13 precision or force, due to a lack of on "The Flower Manhood" at Heskill or strength in the chubby bnbv bron Methodist of church, between Wishing to know what motive arms. prompted the lad to go on the war- Stanford nnd Crab Orchard, on the Sunday, March Boone path so suddenly he was called along- 2:30 P. Highway,Rev. E. T. Adams, 18, M., by D. side the vehicle and interroratcd. D. of Kentucky, who was formerly When questioned. "Why did von pastor of the First Methodist church, throw tlwe rocks?" ho eo'oly replied. of St. Louis, Mo. "German." Then a kindly talk was exDr. Adams is eiven the child about the danger of perience, having a man of wide extensively traveled horses urn away with nossi-bl- e throughout ths land preaching the mp:imrt injury to women and children, whereupon he nromised to never do wonderful Gospel of Jesus Christ. He His great again. Who knows but what henr-in- c has God wth him.welfare of aPassion for the spill's the Kuronean situation talked world, and his labors to elevate dying sociwith war as n future contingency has ety, and help men and women to livo worried or mentally strained Innnv of our iueviles who are possessed of heads far too old for their shoulders? Several cnes of measles have been icnoHed in this vicinity the past two months nnd some chros may exist nt nrescnt. We would like to call attention of our good people to the laws now inforee and unon our stntuto . hooks in reference to such diseases. The doctor in attendance, th" head or the family, nnre. or guardian or trustee of any child mint report to he County Board of Health. Dr. J. G. Cnmentcr, secretary nt Stanford. r,isns in towns must be reported in 21 hours after the diagnosis is made nd within 48 hours in tho rnuntrv by tho above individual. Ponnltv for failure to report is $10 to $100 and imnrisonment one to twelve months in the county juil for every dav thev fail to renart. A record has to bo kent by the eountv henlth officer and send it to tho Statn Bonrd of I ncalth at Bowling Green nnd from that office it is acain transmitted U to the sei iousness of the existing sit trans-Atlant- ic Saturday men. T. E. Cosby, who has been ill sevRemember this great meeting for eral weeks of blood poison went to men and boys and be there. Parksville last week to visit Wm This meeting is only one imporArmstrong. tant feature in the series of revivals II. D. Graham, manager of the services now being conducted at HeWarren county strawberry Growers' bron church, under the joint leaderAssociation writes Prof. E. L. Grubbs ship of the pastor, Rev. J. M. Robto try to come down to Eowling inson and Dr. Adams. Green May 18th to June 10th, and Rejjular revival services every evbring as many pickers as possible to ening at 7:30, every afternoon at 2 help harvest the 3,000 acres of o'clock and Snbbath mornings at 10:-4strawberries in that county. Pickers continuing till March the 25th. must bring bedding, and cots will be You are cordially invited not only lurmsiieu mem. uoaru will cost 10 to the special service for men, but to cents a meal. Write or phone Prof. all the other services during the reGrubbs, Junction City, if you desire vival. Admission to the lecture is to go, ns regular pickers get eight free. cents per gallon for picking and can make from $1.50 to $3.00 per day. WATT'S CHAPEL Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Floyd have Homer Price and family have movmoved to Dayton, O., and Mr. John ed to Cincinnati, where they expect Brackett and family will soon move to make their future home. in the house vacated by them. E. L. King has been confined to his Wni. Johnson has bought the room for the last ten days with rheuSimpson residence from C. C. Bagby matism. and put a new shingle roof on it. He Mrs. Charley Robbins has been has moved into this place. very sick with lagrippe and asthma, John Foley and family are now but is able to be out again. occuping the Deane property. Mr. Bud Bailey has returned home Robert Benedict and family have from Delray, Florida. been living in the Catron cottage Miss Eva Lair visited Miss Salena some weeks. Royse Tuesday afternoon. Miss Lula Sewell, teacher of the Clarence Boone has purchased a White Oak school is down with mea- handsome team of Norman horses sles. She has three weeks to teach. for which he paid' a fancy price. Mack Carpenter, for many years Mrs. John Lyir has returned from the colored janitor of the Junction Wayne county, where she has been City bnnk, died in his chair suddenly visiting her daughter for the last Monday, a week ago. three weeks. Mrs. J. R. Steele entertained the Andy Davis visited his sister, Mrs. Embroidery Club on last Thursday Millard Robbins Snturday nad alternoon. ihe color scheme was 5. of here, gave with G. D. McCollum's aid a sumptuous banquet to a diningJ room lull of Woodmen and their wives. Everybody ate to their fill of the elaborate supper. Mrs. Hugh Tarkington and Miss Ruth McCollum, of Danville, were present to grace the occasion with their charming personality. All departed at a late hour well pleased and resolved to meet mine host again at a similar function in the near future. Kind You Have Always Mrs. Susie B. Adams and sister, Mrs. Oliver, of near Stanford, were ' CKNTAUW COM RAN V. irw vonx city, here Monday to the funeral of their Mrs. H. H. Bourne. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Underwood and Mrs. Culton, of Parksville, and Mr. right, for God is the predominate Mr. Andy Thompson tells us that and Mrs. Carter were present he is going to quit the railroad and y note in all his work. Back of his masat the funeral of Mrs. Henry II. terful powers to uncloak sin to the try farming a while. Bourne. lost and wretched, is a human heart Farmers in this section are getting-awfullWalter Miller, wife and two chil- of tenderest compassion, filled with behind with their work. dren ar vciy low with pneumonia. Divine inspiration as he paints sdul Miss Julia Howard went to Cin"" tvo small children of Roy T. lmagry upon the canvass of human cinnati to visit her brother, Mr. James i ..i nam, who were so ill of pneu- thought, and imagination, in vivid Howard. monia last week, are much better. unmistakable Bible truths, until the Every square mile of tho sea is Katherine, daughter of John W very heart throbs of the God of heavHoltby, who was so sick of pneu- en may be heard in the awakened estimated to contain 120,000,00 monia, is better. consciences of men and women. Back fish. G- - Fox, l Jr., and daughter, of it all and in it all,, is felt the wonbarah, were here Sunday with derful message of God, the Savior of Camp M. W. A., No. 11342 deputy for the eighth district, after securing 14 applications for Blue-gra- JUNCTION CITY The Baptist church supper has been postponed from March 9th to March 30, on account of tho Modem Woodmen banquet at the McCollum House nnd March 9th. On Friday night, March 9th, Mr. R. M. Amos, district State M. W. A. ss CastoiTi is tt harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Urcps and Soothing Syrups.' It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its ago .fa its gurrnnlcc. For more than thirty years it has bee n in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, SViad GcjiY, and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising thercTroni, J byregmating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the cssin llauon of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. a-s What is CASTORIA CASTORIA (Bears the Signature ALWAYS C&jyffi&&M The lis Use For Over 30 Years ai Bought sister-in-la- Mon-dn- rola-tive- s. FAMILY AVOIDS SERIOUS SICKNESS By Being Constantly Supplied With Thedford's Black-Draugh- t. ;tomach trouble. Ten years ago a friend told me lo fry fiicdford's which 1 did, and I found it to be the best family medicine for young and old. I keep on hand all the hie now, and when my children feel a 'tile bad, they ask me for a dose, and it toes them more good than any medicine-Uicever tried. We never have a long spell of sick-ic- ss in our family, since we commenced jsmg Thedford's Bbck-Dwurjis purely egetable, and has been found to rcgu-:- :e weak stomachs, aid digestion, re-.- ve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, -adaclie, sick stomach, and similar ymptoms. It has been in constant use for more-ta70 years, and has benefited more-'bar- . a million people. Your drupe;ist sells and recommends-Ulack-Draueht- . Price only 25c Get a Daclcaije y. n, c. 123 Black-Draught, Black-Draught Black-Draught." ht to-da- McDuff, Va. M suffered for sevens years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittakcr, or this place, "with sick headache, and r 4GS$9SA. I Attention Mr. Farmer! There is going to be an advance again on WIRE FENCE. I kave contracted for on car on Februy ary prices and can saye you by giving me your order at Me-ae- once. E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford ItsSu mmerlime in Florida UM h'T'i J 37 MPl uthern Railway car leaving Louisville 7:55 p. m., arriving Jacksonville o:iU p. m. JLhrough rullman connection on train leaving Louisville 7:20 a. m., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 a. m. is the direct line to Ashevillc, Aiken, Augusta, Charleston, Columbia, Savannah, bummcrville and otner southern resorts. Dining Car Sercce Winter Tourist, Variable Tour and Homescek. cri' Excursion Fares now in effect Stoporers Two Daily Train: Through Pullman The Southern Railway and other special features. Full information and fares from local Southern Railway agent or write 1. H. T M, Di.trkt Paaa'r Ag.at, Stark BW.( UbviHt,Kr. VV The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 16, 1917 Page Sever! Same All Wool Quality i fcliflilliliV sm'jmtK !9: r Your Druggist has sold Dr. King's New Discovery for coughs and colds since the day he opened his own store, and before that, when he was clerking for his "old boss" he made satisfied customers when he sold Dr.King's New Discovery. It has been the standard preparation for bronchial affections for nearly 50 years. It gives grateful relief in stub At the Same Old Price, $15 Same Splendid Tailoring and Same Good Service r7mra AlllflliWflllllinl A PROTECT YOURSELF Against poor quality and high prices. Refuse cotton-mixefabrics when you can get all wool for less money. Here, as always, your dollar buys the greatest value, the utmost in service and the best in clothes satisfaction. d f r Art., m Those who have used it longest arc its best friends. born coughs and colds. Try it. jJSSPFjt 'Wb jJr.Ml" lzaZBs jp? ' X v J rrt TT - '45'1 OLD WALNUT FLAT PRECINCT . This minv nftnfnnnn T !...! back in retrospection to the scenes of my young manhood where as a citi-lzc- n of the "Old Walnut Flat Voting Precinct," I begun my enrly steps in the game of politics. In 18(57 there Were :i nnmlini nf .,1,1 mnn ...l. ..:.i ed its destiny and stamped their ideas of justice and fairness on the younger men, and these principles luiiiuiui: iu live in inem. Tho ll'illlpf nf flint irrmin P C.tl. era was Craig Lynn whose adm'oni- iiuua vfic accepted witnout a quesI tion bv Vlinnir nml nl.l ,,.!,:.. black alike, for his aim was always for the right. Backing him was 'a group of gray heads, to wit: Hamilton Baughman, Jordan Middleton, Kev. Christnnlmr Wn.l I itr..i Dud" Newland, as all of us young men called him, and if well, always cast the first vote each election for some 15 or 20 years, Pat Napier, Harvey Pleasants, Logan Murphy, Kev. John Higgins, whose life was a benediction to the place, Drury War'ihvnvo utnwi i. right, Eiias Holtzclaw, he was always one of the judges of the elections, Monroe Curtis, Henry Blank-unshiJohn Perkins, Jnck Adams, Elijah Robinson and brother, Joe Robinson, Col. Thomas Grimes, Tol Douglas, Lindsay Stephenson, William Lackey, Capt. John Phillips, G. C. Ahrnliiims Wlllinm it;.,..:.,., Tommy Hill, J. G. Sergeant"' and wVm after quite a severe illness from cold. A sweet little baby girl came to the home of Rev. and Mrs. Pervis, Suits Made to Order on March 8th. No nnmn hrm Imnn no. signed heiyis yet, but she certainly has put a lasting smile . upon our pastor's face and here's hoping her me may cause more smiles than It is not necessary to read the Saturday Evening Post to know about this McDOUGALL KITCHEN CABINET See it in our" windows frowns. Miss Pearl is with Bohannon, i ei vis. Edward Kdmiston went to Cincinnati last week to enter business. her sister, Mrs. of Brad-fordsvill- e, Depnrde and wife, of Stanford, spent several davs with their sisters. Misses Bettic and Sallic John DeBorde has returned from Stanford. Mr. Pate Parrish and familv moved into the Sanders Hotel Wednesday nnd will run the house this season. Mr. and Mrs. Sanders and e Bur-nett- at Lancaster. Jailer George Mr. Skiles of Shelbyville. is visit-n- g his son, Mr. Howard Skiles. Miss Myitle Jones, of London, is with her sister. Mrs. Melvin Collier. Mrs. Sarah Hurt is visiting friends PENCE & HILL Main and Depot Sts.T Stanford, Kentucky DeBorde this week. BAUGHMAN'S Choose from more than ' 300 new, firm, fabrics, in the season's latest designs and colors. Select your suit here now, while the assortment is at its best. all-vWo- ol ren, Dayton Tucker, Fleming r.. Cum-mu- p, LRoutenberg Hustonvllle, Ky. -PROFESSIONAL AND "'v;i i wnen in r" i . iaKe ivoude r BUSINESS CARDS a Bath." i 1 c Surveying and Leveling Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, Tinning and Guttering Guranteed. Myers' Pumps and Gray Engines Be sure your title is good. Let me survey your land purchusc for you, Phone 188 and make certain. Will go anywhere W. K. WARNER Stanford, Ky. Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and 'Buggies; Open Day and Night. by mile. AM BOURNE AutosTrial, trip or the Please Give us a We Will You. II. H. Carter, Manager. AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. Phone 5. answered day Calls or night. The high dollar at your sale all the CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. time and al lowest price; sales cried anywhere. Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense . I am prepared to vaccinate for Anthrax, Black Leg, and all other M. C. Newland, Stanford Livery and Auto Service CAPT. VACCINATE J. M. REYNOLDS WAYNESBURG. UNDERTAKER, We carry a large and complete stock of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. ; Phone: Farmers' line No. - Woodstock line No. -- tock diseases. JOHN COOK, Phone 204. Veterinarian, Stanford, Ky. Daily Except Sunday Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) See B. L. FAGALY for Contracting at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. and Building of any sort Houses, Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at Barns, Etc. Stanford, Kentucky. 9:00 n. m. and 1:30 p. m. CRAB ORCHARD Bundles and Packages Carried at Mom.cz Fish was home from Low Charges Richmond Saturday and Sunday. He BURG1N O. L MINKS. Proorietor is taking a business course and proDENTIST gressing fine. Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays Mrs. to M. M. StanfordCaltha Newland went the D. at Crab Orchard Tuesday to- - assist in Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays exchange there for a few days. Veterinary Surgeon Mrs. J. Thomas Cherry has reat Stanford Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College turned from a most pleasant visit to Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding (Rec. byU. S. Gov.) friends at Mt. Vernon. Office Farris' Stable On last Thursday Mrs. R. L. ColDanville, Kentucky lier entertained at a four o'clock CONTRACTING Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford squire iiaries uoonc. Under the guidance of this band of Fathers the young men learned to be honest and fair to the old Flat. Under them, we voted out the barroom at Maywood, then known as Hairs Gap station. There was fun and good fellowship on election day while it continued as a voting place. Among those who were then the active workers there were "Cuiley-headed- " Joe Newland, a loader among leaders, W. P. Grimes, Timothy Higgins, who was clerk all the time, James Henry Tucker. J. G. Lynn, a worthy son of a noble father, Alonzo Martin, Will Tucker, C. M. Jones, Robert Pittman, W. T. Green, for many years, a Justice of the Peace. Some time in 18C) or 70 Mr. T. C. Colfey came in from Wayne county, and in 1874 A. J. Hayden came from same county. They at once made good in the precinct till it was split up in the early eighties. The writer was one of the young men who grew up among those true men and is still living up to the standard set at the Flat. Tho precinct had but few floaters. It had but few negroes and they were honest and polite and true to their party. Our precinct sent one man to the' John S. Owsley, Sr. His son, J. S. Owsley, Jr., was State's Attorney for six years or more. The oflice fever never was virulent with .,.,, uiili. r ... ........ lid W.wi.l i.iiwi.- .... i iiuuii itfln mil jwi and Tim Higgins was a candidate once i or circuit cierK. The Hon. G. A. Lackey was born in the precinct and it was his without question. Could write more but might have to reveal identity of self. S. -- will board with them. Mr. Sam Reynolds, who has been sick for some time, seems but little improved. His daughter, Mrs. Josie Lewis, of Jellico, Tenn., has been to see him this week. Several of our young people attended a dance at John King's and report a good time. Have you seen the cook-boo- k filled with tested recipes by the Crab Orchard con''s? It is a fine one, and vou can get copy anv time from Mrs. Robert Thompson for fiftv cents. The proceeds are to be used to help pay for our Sundav school rooms at the Christian church. Mr. John Stephenson is home from Cincinnati and will prob- ly go into some business hero Mrs. Melvin Colli. it to Lon don Monday to soo h ents and will be gone a week. - "HEN FEED" 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 Mixture: Cracked corn, wheat, buckwheat, sugar cane seed, oats and barley. AH feed no waste in it. Try some now you will like it. $2.50 per 100 lbs. J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, , KEi , X UCKY YOU CAN'T FIND ANY DANDRUFF. AND HAIR STOPS COMING OUT Save Your Hnir! Make It Thick, Wnvy, Glossy And Beautiful At Once 1 i- ' f Headquarters i Jot b ArVsEHiCAtf miif' J Twp-- ktti Tnnrw-t -- ii - FENCES C Legis-latui- e, I..-- , - iinai.-i,- W. W. John Casey, V. Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. The effect is immediate and amazing your liair will bo light, fluffy and wavy, and have an appearance of abundance an incomparable lustre, softness and luxuriance, the beauty and shimmer of true hair health. Get a bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter, and prove that your hair is as pretty and soft as anythat is has been neglected or in i tired A by careless treatment. bottle will double the beauty of your 22-- 1 hair. nt Go-ce- Try as you will, after an application of Danderine, you can not find a single trace of dandrulF or fallimr hair and vour scalp will not itch, but what will please you most, will be after a few weeks' use, when you see new hair, lino and downv at first-y- es but really now hair growing all over the scalp. A little Danderine immediately doubles tho beauty of your hair. No how dull, faded, brittle difference scraggy, just moisten a cloth with r fr " p"- f- -- 'r "T" " '"I'i $"f IB :::E::z::::r::z:;zr ,i. . . - J. . --. - L,L. .. .. -- . . . i .. . y ' K.. .,.. Mi- . rr- -';- - - l L .L. high-grad- o - . " ,L. - t . " ' 1"- e -i J - 'i'V hk.Zj.tJB' steel wires, lieavily galvanized. Mado of largo, strong, Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practically everlasting. Nover goes wrong, no matter how great a 6train is put ou it. Does not mutilate or injure stock. Turns Cattle, Horses, Hogs and Pigs EVERY ROD GUARANTEED by us and guaranteed by tn- manufacturers. Call and see it. We can show you how it will save you money and lence your fields so they will stay fenced. DENTIST WANTED! Stanford, Ky. You to get our FREE catalog of Myers House Flats Fruit and Shade Trees, Grapo Vines, Phone: Office 240; Res. 1C5 Shrubs, Hoses, Rhubarb, Asparagus, Strawberries, Seed Potatoes, etc. EvJ. B. PERKINS erything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. No Agents. DENTIST Rooms 28.29, Lincoln Bank Building H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS STANFORD. KY. Phone 214 Lexington, Ky. 1917 1811 T. W. PENNINGTON, Plumbing, Tinning and Repairing of all kinds. For any work of this sort, see A. D. Phone 2C 1 Cecil Manning has ben quito ill Cuban authorities have seized the get you cash on Accounts, Notes, for several days with something like property of Joe Miguel Gomez revochicken pox. lutionary leader, valued at more than PARSONS Claims, by collecting quickly Mrs. Flem Jones is nb'o to bo up $1,000.000. Stanford, Ky. in United States. Collection guaranteed or no charges. :. : : : : Wo uny-whero CASH for ACCOUNTS street. By vote of 71 to 22. the Kentuckv House of Representatives adopted the Jones amendment to the Olivet bill. The amendment prov'des thaf the proposed Tax Commission sh:. dinner in honor of Claude Thomp- bo composed of the Stnlo An iitor son, that he might eniov one day and two other persons t be named with his older set of friends after a by the Governor. delightful week with the young class dinner, elegantly and a splendid Manchester, N. II., shoe manufacserved was enjoyed by Mrs. Kate turing company has sent 5,000 pairs ,. ,, T..l,.l M..o Ullllli; 'IH,..,, 'Dill!. illlilt of slioes by first- - class registered mail J. fulfill, .'llil 0.,li;.. 1 lllllll M. K. Fih, Mrs Bottio Luchanan, to Moscow, Russia. Tho postage :. r ' ell, of Danville anil amounted to $5,500, and it was said Miss Mt o Thompson. Mr. Thompson tho shoes would bring $12 a pair reClaude left Friday for his home in Iowa, tail at Moscow. much to the regret of his many friends here both old and young. A call for a caucus of Hoipp Mrs. Mary Culton was here from Democrats for April "12 to Mne up Louisville this week to see about the members for tho aii.nKoit.hii improving her home on Lancaster fight has been issued. 3 At-- GEORGE H. FARRIS Mr. Farmer! Implements Are Advancing! So don't delay placing your orders for future delivery. W. H. Higgin iiiiiiiiii 1 iii ii i nim ii ii n linn i m nniiiiiiiimi 1 South End Farmers can have all ailments of their horses, cattle and other live stock promptly and expertly attended by DR. H. A. PICKETT King's Mountuln, Ky. Veterinarian, MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Somertet, Ky. The Only Keeley Institute in Kentucky For any information apply to MIL Ask AUCTIONEERING can get you highest prices lor your land, stock, crops or household goods. Sales Cried Anywheri JOHN B. D1NWIDD1E, MoreUad. I J. B. WILLIS Graadfatker hVH By tho timely and periodical uso of a GOOD blood tonic. Tho best timo h in Spring or ut its approach. Preserved hcaltii means a vigorous und happy old age. During CO years S. S. S. has performed this tervico for millions. Cleansing the blood lightens tho work on your liver and kidneys. You feel better and livo longer. At your druggist's, SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA. Hundreds Of Thousands Have Kept Then Health J. L. Beaziey & Co., iJL J. C. McCLARY k ml Oe -- i mm, Undertaker Stt; mv nr Ui rn- J( - i nuj iT EmS'mer Undertaker Office Embalmer Home Crab Orchard, Kentucky Tel Y- H- S.S.S. Will Preserve Yours 1'baus phone 42, Stanford. Ky 167 I'bone 35 STANFORD. KY. 7 Page Eight No. 2788 OP THE CONDITION REPORT OP The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 16, 1917 HIGHLAND WITH THE CHURCHES. The recent sleet played havoc with The First Baptist church, colored, nt Danville has bought a $2,500 pipu the Farmers' telephone linos in this section, but they have been pretty organ. Regular services at the Christian well straightened up, so now the church Sunday morning mil C E. at "nabcrs" can have their usual "chat." Mrs. G. J. Kincnid has been quite 0:30 o'clock. ami sick with erysipelas for some days. All Sunday School officer Mrs. Bcttie Young is suffering very officer lake notice. Mr. W. J Vaugh- nn, item woriser win maKe .i ipcnai much from h wound in one of her address to Sunday School wot hers at hntids, caused by pricking her hnnd cnurcti sium;) ni with n sharp bone of a quail. She is the rresuyterian threatened with blood poison. 3 o'clock. All should hear him. , Its a girl this time at Jim McGuf-fey'- s. Presbyterian Church, Sunday Mar. Almost as big as Jim. Born on 18 Sunday School at 9:55; Morning service at 11; C. E. society at (5:30. the 12th. Mrs. Nnthan Hall received a teleSubioct "The Curse of Cowardice," Union service at 7 gram from Ilcliicr, Ky., last week John 18:15-27- . o'clock. Address by W. J. Vaughanol telling of the death of her mother the Kentucky Sunday School Associa- in Pike county. The telegram was delayed on nccount of the telephone tion. Dr. M. D. Early's subject for dis- line being out of shape between here cussing at the Baptist church Sunday and Wnyncsburg, thus making it immorning will be "True Christ..inity a possible for her to reach there in Manifestation." Matt. 5:10. Every time for the funeral. Mr. T.D. McBce went to Pulaski member and friend of the church is requested to be present. Subject for last week to attend the funeral of the evening will be made in the his mother, who died March 1st. in Illinois and was buried near Salem morning. church on Flat Lick. It required a to pull the corpse John Salycr, who had a leg and team of four horsesthe church on acfrom by a C. & O. train In count the train to snow. heel cut off of the deep $.18,000 Boyd county, was given Mr. and. Mrs. Leslie Read, who damages. gone to married last Hary K. Thaw was adjudged a housekeeping week have home of the at lunatic in the common pleas court at groom's father on the Greasy Ridge. Philadelphia. Mr. Henry Deatherage has moved into the Mrs. Nancy Carrier place to T, D. be near his brother-in-la- THE FIRST of NATIONAL BANK 1917 Kentucky at close of business, Mar. tlio State At Stanford, in B, Mother Praises Remedy That Relieved Her Baby DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN IS A DEPENDABLE FAMILY LAXATIVE Furniture and hxtures Net amount due from npproved reserve agents in $ 3,080.2 New York, Chicago and St. Louis Net amount due from npproved reserve agents in t " jo.OJ other reserve cities Net amount due from banks and bankers (other than included in 12 or 20) " .70 9 Outside checks and other cash items lO.i.bl Knietional currency, nickels and cents, Notes of other national banks Federal Reserve notes Luwful reserve in vault and net amount due from Reserve Rank ..: YVe Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. b. Treasurer '. RESOURCES Loans and discounts (except those shown on b and c) Overdrafts, secured, $0.1)2; unsecured, none U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) Stocks, other than Federal Reserve Rank stock .... .............. Stock of'Federnl Reserve Rank (50 per ct. of subscription Value of banking house (if unencumbered) $202,808.70 C..02 60,000.00 2,'.ur.oo 2,100.00 .1,000.00 2,000.00 i9,rr3.:u 2,700.02 190.34 1,015.00 100.00 26,100.40 2,500.00 $407,015.72 Total LIABILITIES 53llln1tw fllllll TTiwiivwIiifl tirn(H Capital stock paid in . $ 50,000.00 30,000.00 4,75(5.02 $ Less current expenses, interest anil taxes paid. .. Circulating notes outstanding Individual deposits subject to check Total demand deposits, Items 33, 34, 35, 30, and 40, $214,019.72,. " ,4o;,7; 1 ,l)tU.14 .57, 'no'"' 49,400.00 214,019.73 22,835.13 30,004.24 38, 39 Don Varrick - Ofhnr Hmi ilonnsits Total of time deposits, Items 41, 42 and 13, $58 .839.37 Certificates of deposit Will make the season of 1917 at ty. ut'iliL. i mili frnm ("Villi Drrli- HIJ Jfc..fc- I.J a... au..a . ard, on the Singleton place, at $10 - $407,015.72 Total State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: bank do solemnly swear I, H. C. Ui.ughman, Cashier of the UlHt the above statement is true to the best of my know edge and heliet. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier above-name- d to insure a living coil, uon is Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of March. 1917 KELLY J. FRANCIS. Nnt.nrv Public Commission expires Jan. 27, 1920 Correct J. Attest: S. IIOCKER. J. C. EUBANKS, S. T. HARRIS, arricw minds; weighs 1,400 pounds, is compactly built and has plenty bone and finish. His colts show for themselves. Will also stand at the same time and place my saddle stallion BLACK PRINCE a beautiful chestnut, 10 -2 By M Directors No. 2917 THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE 1917 At Hustonville. in the State of Kentucky at close of business, Mar. 5, RESOURCES REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF cluded in 12 or 20) lr'i actional currency, nickels and cents Notes of other national banks Federal Reset ve notes Loans and discounts (except those shown on b and c) Overdrafts, secured, $238.58; unsecured, $3.00 U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) ...... Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per ct. of subscription Value of banking house ( if unencumbered) Furniture and fixtures Net amount due from approved reserve agents 205.80 $ in New York. Chicago and St. Louis Net amount due from approved reserve agents in other reserve cities Net amount due from banks and bankers (other than in- $128,051.20 241.59 50,000.00 2,250.00 2,000.00 800.00 as a crow and a good one. You should set- him. He will stand at $10 to insure. TWO GREAT MULE JACKS Will also stand two great mule tuflra nt Sin in innrp. Onn thn well- known Bun Gaines jack and the other, Jesse Fox, a fine fellow. 5 years old and a good breeder. His colts show up nicely. See them both before you breed your mares. Will stand a fine registered Shorthorn Bull at $2 to insure. Money due in all cases when animal is bred elsewhere or parted with. W. R. GAINES, Crab Orchard, Ky. four-year-ol- d, by Kentucky Pcavinc, out of a maie Old Preston. He is a coming a's black - PUBLIC SALE 02,572.35 2,057.09 270.04 275.00 2,030.00 19,700.02 2,500.00 $273,954.55 Lawful reserve Treasurer Total in Reserve Bank Vt'"Jj" Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. b. vault and net amount due from federal Having sold my farm, I will offer for sale to the highest bidder on the farm known as the J. S. Young place, on the Waynesburg & Stanford pike, seven miles from Waynesburg, nine miles from Stanford. Sale will be on LIABILITIES Capital MgC'-'-$ Undivided profits 52.1.92 Loss current expenses, interest and taxes paid.... Pirmilnf inn- nntcs outstanding Net amount due to banks and bankers (other than included in 29 or 30) Individual deposits subject to check k;r Total demand denosits, Items 33, 31, 35, 30, 37, 38, 39, and 40, $143,879.47 ..-- Surplus fund stock paid in ........... ? o S'nnn'nn 50,000.00 145.25 143,879.47 : $273,954. Total Lincoln, ss: State of Kentucky, County of bank do solemnly swear I, J. II. Hocker, Cashier of the that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. H. HOCKER, Cashier above-name- d me tins Subscribed and sworn to before iith day or .iarcn, urn Correct l Notary Public My commission expires Feb. 1(5, '20 J. t W. HOSKINS, EDW. ALCORN, J. W. POWELL. JAMES H. YOWELL, Attest SATURDAY, MARCH 24, Will cull lm fnltnvL'inn. nrnnirt.V! one Disc mower, One McCormaek harrow, spring loom narrow, rouble A harrow, Single A harrow, two No. 20 Oliver Chilled plows, one No. in Viilnnn TTillaiilf. nlnw. lirnnrl TIOW. e cultivator, one one- one horse superior corn drill, tnree rouble shovel plows, one Single shovel two scything cradles, rubber tired buggy and set of harne s. Everything in good shape. About 275 bales of feed, consisting of hay, shredded fodder, shucks and straw. A lot of nice corn, pair of horse mules that will be two years old in May. Thoroughbred Jersey cow. four yea'rs old, nice gilt to find pigs March 20. One range stove, oil1 heating stove, lot of household and kitchen furniture and other things too numerous to mention. Sale begins at 10 o'clock. Terms made known on day of sale. JOHN ROGERS & SON, Waynesburg, p Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. one-hors22--2- perform their allotted tasks. Of the various remedies recommended to relieve constipation, the combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin, as prescribed by Dr. W. B. Caldwell and sold in drug stores under the name of Dr. Caldwell s Syrup Pepsin, is the most effective. It contains no opiate or narcotic Tit. Pnl.ltwn.1'.. druir. is pleasant to the taste, mild Sirun Pnrwin IS and gentle in action, and quickly sold in drug stores everywhere and brings the desired relief m an easy, costs only tuty cents a ooiwe. iu natural manner. avoid imitations and ineffective subMV.1 r? .T nnllirlnn. Mnsnn. 111.. stitutes be sure to ask for Dr. CaldPepsin. writes that she cannot say enough m well's Svrup Caldwell'sSec that a facsignature and praise of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep- simile of Dr. appear on the yellow Granville Cook left last week for sin as a dcnnendablc family laxative his portrait bottle is Little Marv Eva had been badly con carton in which the of charge, packed. Louisville and Indinnapolis. can bo free Roscoc Rogers, of Danville, was at stipated until they tried Dr. Cald A trial bottle, writing to Dr. W. B. by well's Svrup Pepsin, whicn urougni obtained 455 Washington St., his father's here Sunday. Mrs. Mollic Gastincnu, of nenr the first' natural relief the child had Caldwell. Illinois. Lancaster, is here with her daughter, had in two weeks. Kincnid. Mrs. her friends did not know of her ill Mrs. Katherine Watts, of Maywood A GOOD WOMAN GONE ness until her beautiful and purely, is here with her dauhgter, Mrs. Jim The death of Mrs. Nancy Bell unselfish life had closed. Mrs. Bourne McGuffev. Henry II. survived by the husband, was the of Mr. Prof. II. O. Young's singing closed Ware Bourne, wife ed ot her late mother of nine children all boys and Bourne, which ocean nt Mt. Moriah Sunday. Miss Bertha Rogers and her aunt, homo at Wio'by Cty last Satu'dny all living except one. They arc oVloe'; brought sor- Messrs. Jesse W. and Lucicn Y. Miss Mary Rogers after spending evening at several davs with her grandfather, row to a wide circle of relative.! and Bourne, of Boyle county, Marion, O. near Bee Lick have returned home. friends and vas a distinct shoei. to P., II. L., and Marshall, of IndianaThey were accompanied home by Mr. members of the family and to every polis, Ind.; Arthur Bourne of Living-, Senta OeoVge Elder and his sister, Miss one that ever knew her. Mrs. Bourne ston, and Evan Bourn-Mrs ofBourne in I.in"'n county Hut had Marta, South Amcriea. Dora. was born the Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Green have for years lived in Boyle county. V2.- - one of seven children, is surstriclc-yfust of the family to die. Her phvVically, vrt.'n fr. rlnpinnnti tn livo. Never strong Mrs. Mr. Hugh Young, of Stanford, has with that dreadful disease, pneumonia viving sisters, and brothers arc J. M. piacc 10 on March 5th, the oattle began to Kendall, of Lexington, Messrs. lot at tnis sold his town Ware, of this county, binaries ware. Daily Hutchinson. save her lite. kvevyinir v mu. iii.-- i. : "fir' :V w 'Wnrn. nf T.olmn ua ---cal skill and loving nanus cou.u f" n ch0lasville. ww. i nn i.n: iiul uii nrniniiir 'acks-toof this SALE Two Kr-she and Mrs. George Boone, FOR and party. failedLJ".,, nto the disease a wife, county. The .funeral was conducted 11 farm them out to right end. As 22-- 2 sjnCe"e . 0. Walker. Stanford. Christian, she 'at the Christian church in Junction ,!mrion Her death was a City by her pastor, Rev. Ford at aftcrnoon. AUTO SERVICE anywhere; dayhgno ii. reasonaDie prices. Call or night; FOR double phone 234. T. H. Eads rrT CAT IT! Pnrwlwbnnt drill, hay coming SALE Or to farm inout, a nice jack, J4 v..-- ", . .. o.iih1 tfi.no iiuia, oijn ouggy Tk r .. shape. See H. C. Andersor., Stanstone put out, rake horse WANTED-Co- arse f on roadside for repairing the pikes, good dirt. Joseph Ballou, Stanford 1 ford, Ky. L. McKee Kitte, at $4 per rod. J. County Engineer. ANY TRUSTEE in Lincoln wishFOR SALE One ing to secure an experienced Normare and one t AM nn Inrnrnr ronnected with the good brood50 bushel of potatoes; one teacher should consult Nunnelley cattle pens, but am buy goodmare; cow; one good cream sep- - mal trained milk Fannie Young, Richmond, Ky. E. ing cattle, nogs, etc., on my "w nn.l fwr. fivn rrnllnn milk cans hook. Call me, phone 189, if you at Anton Breinich, on Crab Orchard , K. S. N. S., this month. Recommen- 20-will be given. have anything to sell. R. C. Arnold, and Ottenheim pike. 2112t. Stanford. Mc-Bee. Mon-ticell- Nearly all the sickness incident to a baby's life is due to constipation, or innction of the bowels. At the first indication of Irregularity in this important function, relief should be afforded promptly. A mild laxative to gently be administered should enrry off the congested waste and leave the stomach and bowels free to o, 9-- n . . . n. w . ., - T r I , t J 14-4F- S, nrn. . 16-t- iu-4- t. ld two-year-o- ld ,.. 4t Lexington T ss Directors Midget Marvel Mill; Coin Oil and Feed Mill; Engine; mill building, 24x30, three floors; engine room, 10x22; all in good running order; close to railroad and good business. Apply to THE WAYNESBURG MILLING CO. Aberdeen-Angu- s Waynesburg, Ky. SPRING AND SUMMER ,' ne lit amples Is now ready for your inHog Southdown Sheep, Duroc-Jere- y a" ,low an' 'ct tav '',ow 5"u' .pi.'10"' Lincoln County bank The best bloodlines is represented in WANTED Prncticnt Tailor High-claDl TDI -- CV STAKrniin. Ky stock. Call at this office. 20tf. each of these famous breeds. -' individuals for sale at all times. R. F. D. No. 5 E. V. CARSON I rcprewut tlio largest and lest clutliliie house in this countrv ,' lly V I'ri'e ami Co., Chiiagu. III. and direct ins the innk-Hil- t in in ricm-gives me the advantaee of oitr clotht-fc- , utrr niie who is not a practical tailor. If you will BiTf me jour order, I will promise you a Huan de.il You will cM the worth otor your the money, either in the cheapen grades My luxhir prieek. ITI made-to-ord- To the Public: For Sale-Fl- our Mill Crescent Heights y$$3tjFh gp Cattle Style Show Week HE leading 'merchants of Lexington will cooperate with special displays of newest Spring Merchandise in their stores. Men's Wear Stores and Women's Apparel Houses will display the newest Spring Styles in garments for every occasion by means of - H. Ls.ZU Begins Monday Stanford, Kentucky -WORD JUST snxmrstxsssB! I ECEIVED 'rssiBssxamiissSHesam CENT ADS . (Ada hm are 1 cent a word eacl. twins, caali Usue.) with oritur, no ad Irea than 25o each March 19th FOR SALE Timothy hay Shanks, Stanford, Ky. W. 21-2- t, C, A MS Jill' at of IJLVE GRASS SEED for sale. T. E. Baldwin, dr.. Silver Creek. 17-- 0 FOR SLE Three hone male. All broke. A. W. Carpi nter, Moreland. FOR SALE Youi ling Shorthorn bull. Also Shorthorn ho'.for. R. & Gaines, Stanford. R. V. D. No 1. FOR SALE Extra early yellow seed corn; large ears and deep 21-L. 1'. Nunnelley, Stanford. , four-year-old 22-t- t. ivm A: Models Mk Iliax0 Canvas The best grade worth 6c, now 4c; 5c grade now 3 l2c. Come early and get your Canvas before all is gone. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Evenings, 7:30 l?n: 2t 1 HAVE a good tobacco barn, that will houhe oight miuof good tobac-t'- t, . inn For U'utis apply to J!.!- U. i !,m a.scli, Stunfoiil. Tk '. small fuim;t will furnish houe rent; I'Kirs; milk nndvego- tulle- - uiid pay 'J.'i per. month, iso 'hildri'ii. Near city. Address Huber, V uoik WTKO. on married man to i3il A Foil 'Hour's M iC nn z HkTlm ictares THEATRE East Main St. Style Show bon: Music specia. n THE BARGAIN SALEM & SALEM ii-rri- S1W iV .UuiUt, v uuiiinuii, vj. 21-2- p '""" persons havhig All NOTICE h chums againut the estate of Mrs. E. t arter will prescjit the same to me for payment properly proven and all pursons owing said estate r. will please bettlo. L. R. Hughes, Sa-ruExe-cutp2-- TICKETS 10 CENTS -t. 'f-iG- I .t '"?: .