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Tuesday, March 20, 1917 nlh Iimim A wrrlc, 8por Twice n week, for monlhf.......... ...... 1.00 .76 Twice it week, for 6 month......-.........- ... 40 Tnlcp R wrrk, for 3 months.......... Once a wrrk, pithrr lmp, nor 70 r. ....... 1.0(7 silmncp to nil; rt" Subcrlpllon arc cnh In per stops whn time for which it Is p!d, Is up The Interior .lotirnnl Is authorised to announce the followlnc esndiilstes for office stiti-Vto the Democratic primary the first Saturday In Aucmt, 1017. (Announcement lee for each county office Is $10; for district office, $15: for city or magisterial office $5. No announcement will be made until fee is paid In advance) Subscription Rates Picking the Winner Whether it is horses, boats, or automobiles, every man enjoys saying "I told you so," if the finish of the race proves his judgment correct. We have picked winners in ""1 Political Announcements. For County Judge H. CLAY KAUFFMAN J. R. MOUNT. For Sheriff J. H. LIVINGSTON. M. S. BAUGHMAN. W. S. DRYE. M. F. NORTH. For State Senator JAY W. HARLAN wMW 'I Kj vr v V Adler Collegian Clothes and our other high grade furnishings For'years the verdict of our customers has proved this yond a doubt. be- tin.a4. To plant, plow, worm, strip and pack tobacco is hard work; and when a man raises a big bunch of tobacco he is entitled to a big "bunch" of MONEY. You must put your "Tobacco Money" somewhere for SAFE KEEPING. We offer you the services and safety of our bank and try to make you "feel at home" when you come in. Then why not-- Put YOUR money We pay in OUR bank. T. A. RICE For County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY. For Magistrate Hustonville District SAM M .OWENS. W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMER JOHN J. MOSER For Assessor J. N. CASH For Magistrate 1st Dist. J. T. DUDDERAR For Representative II. G. SKILES. For Jailer W. S. BURCH I 1 VI Hi If! I I We base our faith in Adler Collegian Clothes because we know they prove most popular in design, most satisfactory in service, and most valuable in winning our customer's confidence. A call at our store will enable YOU to pick a winner from the big array of Collegian spring and summer suits on display I three per cent interest. order requiring applicants for postmaster of every grade to pass a civil service examination before appoint- 1 'Corner Next to Court House" ment a further extension of the obStanford, Kentucky civil service humbuggery. noxious s J We Jiave little doubt that any man, whom a congressman would lecpni-menarc 3G candidates for counwould in- n tion required fail toitpass athe examina- ty Theie in Calloway county. As the offices little short is but of preposterous that n Republican present officials let a howling mob should have any sort of chance for hold the circuit judge a prisoner till office after the voters have decreed Gov. Stanley went down and appealto that they belong to the Democrats. ed towe itread disperse, durn .. ' of no efir ' The Jacksonian theory that to the victors belong the spoils is a mighty of the present officials good rallying cry in times of election the judge's rescue, it is hoped tt. Coats, well made new ud- that ought not to be forgotten in the least set willdobeitsselected that will ; J 3 . tent., try to duty. interim. The Democrats have voted : twice in the last four or five years to MISSES STRAUB will have their Suits from turn the rascals out and yet more to than 75 per cent, of the offices arc spring and summer millinery opening Coats from who can not Friday and Saturday, March 23 and to held by the Republicans, 23-- 1 be gotten out because 01 ine civu 24. Do fail to come see our line law. In the Lexington sen-ic" Jesse D. Wearen was in Louisville we aie told that there are sixyou elsewhere. Come while we have ty odd employes, only six of whom Monday. are Democrats and two of them womsize color. en. Parties have to rely in large meayoungsters just will eat green apples or sure on those who hold the offices to Special in Ladies' Waists, $1.50 valpuckery persimmons or too much jelly cake. Old' furnish the sinews of war in elecis why the Republiues, now tions and that cents fashfoned belliake is acute indigestion. Give the sufferer cans can raise so much more money good big dose of castor oil and apply a hot water Democrats, who' have but Dress Goods of ' all kinds; Silks, Voiles, a than the to depend on. Un'' few bottle to the spot of greatest pain. . Linens. stood der Republican rule a Democrat AT YOUR DRUGGIST. no moi-- show for an office under the fail to You ought to have one to see our line of Embroidercivil sci vice requirements than a our guaranteed snow ball in the place that is hotter bottles in your home hot water for neuralgia, toothies laces. than this and unless the Democrats CENT ADS ache and rheumatism, too. follow such a rule they can never get (Ads here r 1 line of Ladies' House Dresses $1.50 valeeni worn eacS ltsue, cash even. We are willing that the Repub- with order; no aa less than 25c each issue.) lican1' shall have every office when highest quality carry ues 98c. Also a good line of Ladies' Silk rubber they sire victorious and when the goods to be had. COMING successful they should The Woman's Club 'Dresses. Demociats are in turn have them all from gunger Minstrel in April. Our castor oil in bulk or capsule Is as slick to President. MR. WANTED Lincoln County bank and active as greased lightning. Come stock. Call at this office. 20tf. Tobacco Canvass, get After a month and a day, iho lower house of the legislature, vith 3 l-4c. S. C K. LEGHORN EGGS for the senate doing nothing all the tune sale by Mrs. It. L. Berry, Hustonville. but drawing $10 each for its passed the bill to put a tax J. W. ACEY. Proprietor DR. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacist BLUE GRASS SEED for sale. T. commission in charge of the rcve-nun affniis of the state, to be com- E. Baldwin, Jr.. Silver Creek. 17-posed of the auditor, whose ppy ;s FOR SALE Three increased by ?(i00 and two others, horse mules. All broke. A. W. Carone a Democrat and the o'ther a to receive $3,000 a year penter, Moreland. each. The secietary is to have 2,000 FOR SALE Two grey jacks, or a year and $15,000 is provided for expenses. This is considerably less will farm them out to right party. 22-in salaries and expenses than oiigin-ull- y W. O. WalKer, Stanford. proposed, but even at that it will AUTO SERVICE anywhere; day bean expensive affair. It bear.? somewhat of a resemblance to putting or night; reasonable prices. Call cart before the horse in fixing a com- phone 234. T. II. Eads. mission before the more impoitant matters of classification of property WANTED Coarse stone put out and rate of taxation are fixed but most anything is possible but real on roadside for repairing the pikes, patriotic service in such a monpicl at $4 per rod. J. L. McKee Riffe, 1$ When you come to this big show the County Engineer. assemblage, which acco'dirg Courier-Journis costing $6.01 a be sure to look up the Saxon exhibit. minute for the time it works. FOR SALE Or to farm out, a C jack, in nice coming agency county is The czar of Russia ordered the Duma to dissolve, but instead it shape. See H. C. Andersor, Stan- jptill open. Lexington, ' 16-made the czar abdicate and relin- ford, Ky. thereby laying the quish the throne, J If you have a car get our groundworks of a Roman Republic, FOR SALE I have for sale a lot with representative government and "Special Show Prices on s seed and giving n black eye to the divine right of hemp seed. of kings to rule. It was the shoitest, you save the middle man's profit. sharpest, and most decisive revolu- See me at once. Call or phone J. W. South tion on record, accomplished with lit- Bryant at New Stanford Drug Co. t. tle loss of life. The same thing will Phone 13. happen to the Kaiser some day and HEMP TO BREAK Have 200 let us pray for its hastening. acres yet in the field; have plenty of MILLION DOLLAR Men make as much as $5 per Saying "that this t no time for brakes. need good plow teams; will day; will tin soldiers," Gov, John J. Cornwell. CLASS highest price; can board and INCUltlOtUTIfl of West Virginia, has announced pay house them. Josh Jones, Stanford, that ho will have no personal military f 250 COMMERCIAL CARS Main St. Lexington, Ky. staff. Should an occasion arise de- Ky. manding the presence of a military persona having NOTICE All escort, the Governor will call on the claims against the estate of Mrs. SaSenate Military Department to fur- rah E. Carter will present the same nish such officers as are necessary. to me for payment properly proven and all persons owing said estate Report comca that Villa, who is as will please settle. L. R. Hughes, Exemean in his small way as the Kaiser cutor. Decorations. Concerts Daily. is in a larger, is dying of pneumonia. But it is better not to celebrate tilj PAINTING AND PAPER HANG only the news is more authentic. Villa has ING, Have your painting and pa of its kind in the Blue are if you buy in bulk. died so manv times from disease and, nnrini? done bv me: satisfaction guar balls that the failed cat with nine anteed so it would be to your in- have many kinds. Peas, s NasturwwfTjM 1'vos hn ce.i'od to bo an adage for rfit to let mc "gvrc 'ta fenacitv of life. tiums, Radishes, Tomatoes, Cabbage, Beets, fore contracting your job. G. I. f Bradley, IJuytonville. "J-K Lettuce, Melons, Parsnips, Salsify, Turnips. O L.AiND The way the mass meetings at Louisville, Lexington and other ANY TRUSTEE in Lincoln wish In sums of $2,000 or HMdauarUra for But places in Kentucky went for Traitor nor. No loan FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Stone will doubtless dampen tho ar- ing to secure an experienced Norfee charred. Phone or Writ dor of his claim to the honor of Ken- mal f trained teacher should consult Pkoae 168 iW SUaferd, Ky. tucky birthright, while "being from Fannie Young, Richmond, Ky. E. Kentucky D. A. Missouri" will likely fall into innocuS. N. S., this month. RecommenAttend the Hall Anderson sale ous desuitude even as an expression K. 20-dations will be given. LaRtoster, Ky. Wednesday. See ad. of doubt AN UNPOPULAR PROPOSITION The president is about to issue an The Lincoln County National Bank McRoberts & Bailey e d, &$44l& teo -r3V When giwf? Goods .. ....J and $10.00 $4.98 and 98 Little Willie to-da- te (fyJW) Gets the Tummy Ache! e post-offic- e, The not buy your and bargains $25.00 $15.00 before office-holde- rs REMEDYFORMEN. -A-WORD and of e We the of The Lincoln Pharmacy Don't ask and A at Poplin FARMER and and 2c your at e 6 four-year-o- ld Automobile Show Lexington, March 28, 29, 30, 31 Bargain Store SALEM & SALEM THIRD ANNUAL 22-t- f. 2 14-4- 20-4- t. al AUTO SHOW Kentucky The for your tf already Tires." First-clas- Shelburne's Hall Broadway 23-4- Phoenix Motor Car Co. East HALF HIGH EXHIBIT OF PLEASURE AND 23-t- Seeds Are Cheaper! cheaper the Sweet 22-2- t. Seeds We Superb The Two thing Grass 18-t- V - W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, THOMAS 4. 4t The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, March 20, on 1917 5,000,000 Corns his PREPAREDNESS For 35 years this Bank has been PREPARED and READY to serve its customers, and is NOW READY! Liftad Bight Off! tween getting rid of a corn and try to get rid the way they used toflvn years ngo. It only four nr of "Orts-U- " 1ms revolutionized corn history. It's tho only corn remedy Try 2 Drops of Magic "Gets-It.- " There's a wonderful difference bo now Bank Opens 9 A. M. Bank Closes 3 P. M. x Now 'Sco? Jnut 3 Drops of netn-I- t Tomorrow I'll ,IutI'oclTlint Corn Bight Off and It's Gone 1 " today that nets on tho now principle, not only of shriveling up the corn, but of loosening tho corn off bo loose that you can lift it right off with your tinners. Put 2 drops of "Oets-It- " on that corn or callus tonight. Thnt's all. Tho corn Is doomed sure ns sunrise. No pain, or trouble, or soreness. You do away once and for all with bandages, salves Try and irresponsible what-notget surprised nnd lose a corn. It "Gets-Itis sold everywhere, 25c " a bottle, or sent on receipt of prico by B. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, III. toe-eatis. The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. J. S. HOCKER, President S. T. HARRIS, Vice-Preside- H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier C. HAYS FOSTER, Asst. Cashier W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. Bookkeeper PERSONAL AND SOCIAL March 21 The Tuesday afternoon Club will meet withMrs. R. T. Bruce at 2 o'clock. Mrs. John B. Foster Is quite sick. Miss Linelle Eubanks, of Danville, was the guest of Mrs. W. 0. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Logan McCall spent Sunday with his mother at Maret-burf- f. SpaldinR Hill and Joe Hill, Cen- Miss Vella Scottow, of Frankfort, is in Cincinnati, the guest of her was the week end guest of Miss brothers and sister. Mrs. Albert Phillips and little Frank Waller. Miss Allie Yantis has returned to daughter, Alberta, are visiting her in Jesssamine. her home at Lancaster after a visit parents Sam Fisher, of D. Mrs. i. to Miss Lottie Carson. Mrs. W. H. Denton, of Lexington, spent Sunday with her narents. Mr. is the guest of Mrs. Adclia Woods and Mrs. H. D. Phillins. i Dexter Ballou, who has a good and other relatives here. Mrs. J. L. McKee Riffe returned to position at Danville, spent Sunday Covington with her sister, Mrs. W. twith the homefolks here. Mrs. Russell Brown went to Lan- -' L. Clawson, and is her guest. Mrs. Julia Hughes left Saturday caster Monday to visit her parents, Cochran. for Evansville, Ind., to visit her Mr. andE.Mrs. Sam D. and Mr. P. Woods Col. S. T. daughter, Mrs. Ernest Carter. Mr. W. L. Dawson, carrier on Ru- spent several days at Millersburg ral Route No. 2, has been confined to with Mr. and Mrs. Sanford M. Allen. his room by illness for the past week. , Miss Lucille Scott, of Louisville, Miss Ada Mobley, who has been the .arrived Monday to take the position guest of her sister, Mrs. D. W. Ma-ha- n of trimmer for Mrs. Rella Arnold at Danville, has returned home. Francis. Mrs. Adelia Woods has returned i Mrs. R. T. Bruce went to Richhome from Cincinnati, where she has mond Wednesday to attend a meeting been the guest of her son, Higgins of the Cecilian Club at the home of Mrs. George Pickels. Woods. Mrs. Mary Hunter, who spent the Mrs. 0, P. Nuckols, of Pineville, ia the guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. winter at the home Dr. and Mrs. R. Hays Foster, on her return from Ft. L. Davison, returned to her home at Crab Orchard Monday. Thomas. of Shelby Mrs. J. R. Cass, of Brodhead. Mrs. Miss Emily Murphy, City, was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. L. B. Hilton and son, James Butner George F. DeBorde Saturday and Hilton, of this city, went to Junction City Monday to visit Mrs. II. L. Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Turner and daughter, Tharpe. Mrs. Chloe Murphy and pretty Miss Edna Grace, of Nicholasville, were the guests of Mrs. J. R. Harris dauhgter. Miss Emily Murphv, of the I I the tre boys, were here over Sunday with to Miss mountains. of the East End, Loeb Price, homefolks. Mrs. E. J. Lee is back home after a protracted business trip. Mr. W. P. Kincaid left Sunday to visit his parents at Clay City, moved to their farm near Highland. J. L. Holtzclaw and family have Shelby Isaacs, of Marion county, spent several days with friends here. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williams, of Knoxvillc, have been guests of Mrs. Hnllie Perkins. Rex Rcid, of Somerset, was here today, returning from a business trip Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The Penny Drug Store. visit. Miss Lois Hubble, of rlubank, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Garlnnd Mrs. J. L. Holtzclaw went to Junction City Wednesday to take training in nursing. J. J. Painter has moved to the cottage on Hustonville street just vacated by Chris Mullins. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rupley have gone to house-keepin- g in the eottatre on Logan avenue vacated by lw "kor i Miss Nancy Yeagcr will go to Mt. Sterling Wednesday to make a brief Singleton. and other relatives Saturday. Shelby City section, spent Saturday with the former's sister, Mrs. George $100 Reward, $100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all its stages and that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken Internally and acts thru the niood on the Mucous Surfaces of tho System thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the patient strength by building up the constitution nnd assisting nature in doing Its have work. The proprietorspowers so much of Hall's faith In the curative Medicine that thfy ofTer One Catarrh that It falls Hundred Dollars for any to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address P. J. CIIKNKV ft CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Druggist, 73c. F. DeBorde. Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Tatcm, of Oab Orchard, were in Louisville last week to sec a specialist about the former's health, which has been poor for some time. Mrs. W. A. Tribble returned Friday night from a protracted t.tav at Martinsville and Indianapolis, J ml. She is considerably benefitted by her stav at the former nlace. Messrs. C. S. Wo'odard and R. G. Young were over' from Jessamine Momlay looking after read work. Mr. Woodard did some splendid work in that line last year, it will be remem- R. L. Warner, who has been with the Remey Auto people for the past Mrs. Jack Yankey and little son, ten years and has been their repreDonald Keith, of Perryville, have re- sentative at Los Angleles, Cal., has turned home after a visit to Mrs. J. resigned and gone with the Moreland Motor Truck Co.. with headquarters M. Kerr and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. Shprintz, of Crab at San Diego, Cal. Miss Stella Walls, who has been Orchard, have had as their guests for a week or more Mr. and Mrs. an operator- -' at the telephone exHarry Patterson, of Hendersonville, change here for some time, returned to her home at WaynesBurg SaturN. C Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Brooks, of day. Miss Wall was a good nnd an Lebanon Junction, who have been accommodating operator and will be with her mother, Mrs. Georgia Cab-e- ll greatly missed by the telephone pafor several days, left Sunday to trons. Mr. and Mrs. James Russell, of visit Crab Orchard relatives. This office Tiad a plensant call Fri- McKinney, have taken rooms at the day fom Mrs. J. W. Cockings. Miss Bell Hotel. Mr. James Russell, of Margery Cockings and Mr. and Mrs. ployed by tho Casey Home Telephone L. B. Owens, of McKinney. This pa- Company. Mr. George Reed, of Linper has no better friends than these coln county is in the barber shop with his brother, Mr. J. H. Reed. He good people. is going to learn to cut whiskers and court the girls. Cnsey County News. D. B. Rambo was up from Livingston yesterday looking out a house with the view of moving his family here. Burdette McKonzio has accepted nosition as night agent at Stan ford. Burdette is a good man for the fob and wo know he will make good. He is already on thp job and his family will leave in a day or two. Mt. Vernon Signal. Miss Elizabeth Dye spent tho 23-2- 4 week-en- d nt King's Mountain with her parents. Mrs. Thomas Metcalf is visiting her daughter. Mrs. E. A. Roddn in Lancaster. Pa. Mrs. J, R. Gat in early so you Powell, daughter, Miss Ethel Powell, May have the choice and Miss Claudia Carter, of Stanford, were guests of Mrs. E. S. Fishof our (elections. Wo er and Mr. Fisher at their homo on East Main yesterday. Danville Mespromise you a saving senger. by (Wine u your "Postmaster" II. J. McRoberts returned from Atlanta Saturday mornt tt i trad. ing, greatly improved in health by his stny for several weeks in the Wesley Memorial Sanitarium under the care of vr. w. s. fciKin. or mat city, As soon as his commission arrives he will bo ready to take charge of the postofflco, and we may expect a continuation of the same good service that we have been receiving in the past. bered. T 'A o. "nl. i sv wan suddenly le loped. So -. Vaughn leaves us with the impression more deeply rooted than attein. w. J oiuu. Tate P may afternoon. ever that the mountains of our State Mr. Joseph Coffey is celebrating is still stand as a synonym for opporB 81st, birthday today. It is hoped by tunity. his many friends that he will live to see many more birthdays. IN LOVING MEMORY Miss Susan Fisher Woods and Mrs. Jane Denny Robinson died at Messrs. Prescott Brown and Hart-we- ll her home on Richmond stieet WedShanks attended the reception nesday morning, her death following riven by Millerbsurg Female College a stroke of apoplexy which she sufFriday night. two weeks ago, only regainFrank Rout, superintendent of the feredconsciousness at short intervals ing Stanford Water, Light & Ice Comher pany left today for several moun- and recognizing the loved ones at love to show bedside long enough tain towns to make contracts for a and appreciation. In this manner the summer supply of ice. clay unMarshall C. Newland is in receipt spirit lingered in its house ofmorning, o'clock of ii letter from his brother, II. til G:30 tho. .silver yesterday loosened, Clark Newland, at Mctalinc, Wash- when golden bowl cord wns and her broken, ington, stating that a pretty little the beautiful spirit set that sea daughter arrived at his home on whose bosom has sail onborne the never March 11th. The young lady has been image of a returning sail. christened Mildred Elizabeth Mrs. of the best The mother was Miss Eva Bai- women Robinson was oneour privilege it has ever been ley, of Mercer, who is remembered to know and love. Her whole life was hero by her many friends. Congressman and Mrs. Harvey one long exhibition of unselfish deHelm arrived last night from Wash- votion to others. In that quiet circle in which she ington City, having made a circuitous trip through the South in com- moved she shed the rays of a great ing. They spent a week in Mississippi, love on all about her. Modest and unwhere Congressman Helm has valu- assuming, she found her greatest able real estate holdings. Both Mr. happiness in the happiness of those Helm and his wife are looking well, she loved. To her young friends especially and attached, and like all Stanford folks are glad was to get back home. They are being she basked in the sunshine of the given the glad hand by their many adoration of their hearts. She was a friends and admirers. Congressman true Christian in the fullest meanHelm fears that we will be drawn in- ing of the word. At an early age she to war with Germany and is hourly gave herself to her Lord, being rearexpecting a call back to Washington ed in a Piesbytcrian family she first joined that church to which she was session of into extraordinary ever devoted, but being a real daughter of Isreal in her early married life she said: "Thy people shall be A BEAUTIFUL RECEPTION The reception given by Mrs. C. E. my people" nnd united with the Tate, at her beautiful home one West Chrisitian church with her devoted Main street on last Friday afternoon husband. Her lamp was ever trimin honor of her guest, Miss Ollie med and burning ami she was ready Woodson, of Kansas City, Mo., was to answer the last call. Often in her one of the most lovely social func- last days she was heard to say: "I tions that has been given in this city am living so close to Jesus and I am in some time. The house was beauti- ready to go." A simple faith, a lasting fidelity fully decorated in green and white. Receiving with the hostess and guest of honor was Mrs. Carlo Brittain, of Philadelphia. A delicious mint frappe was served by Mesdamcs J. B. PerOPENING! kins and C. Hays Foster in drawing room. After a neroid of social enjoy ment the guests were taken to the dining room, where delicious ices and cakes were served, carrying out tho You are cordially invited St. Patrick day colors. Favors were miniature green hats. .There wero to our about one hundreds guests who enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. Tate, who nt all times proves herself a DISPLAY charming hostess. tho Bible, taking nnd n heart full of love and charity home at 12:30 o'clock by Elder P M. n very sum up the characteristics of this Tindur nnd II. S. Hudson, after original and attractive way he de- good woman. There could be no which interment will take place In scribed the influence nnd power of more illuminating illustration of her the Lancaster cemetery. Lancaster tho Book of God upon the life of the clnu actor than incidents that have "Record. showing tnat its teachings occurred this winter when she would world, were the real foundation for all mor-n- l hand to u friend some money and culture and spiritual growth. nsk that it be used for some one in Striking illustrations were given in- distress. dicating the power of the Bible to Today on restrain men from evil; its tititli be- her home, as she lies by her bier in hallowed her presence, ing effective, even when imperfectly she will be suriounded by a throng grasped, to hold back the hand from violence; and when more fully re- of spirits of those to whom she gave ceived to redeem and tinnsfoim the of her bounty and her love. Brit Amateur Work Guaranteed Mrs. Robinson was born Nov. 1.1, life. We came away at the close of the hour impressed more than ever 1837. On Feb. 12, 1803 she was unit2c Prints 2.x3 with the fact that "the Bible will ed in marriage to Mr. Alex C. Mr. Robinson , died Jan. keep men fiotn sin .r sin will keep .4c Prints up to 4x5 peaceful, happy 1912, having lived men from the Bible." In the afternoon at .1 o'clock Mr. married life, their only sorrow being . 4c Post Cards Vaughn announced to the company when they lost their first born, their son, Finley, just as he attained young of Sunday School teachers and workDeveloping Done Free With ers gathered to hear him that his manhood. Their family now grown, Prints special object in coming to Stanford are all useful citizens attesting the nt this time was to call the attention characteis of this worthy couple. of all tho ihureh workers to the They are Mrs. Joe Paxton, of Stan coming of "Go to Sunday School ford, .Messrs. Jake, I'lecce and TIpv" which has been fixed for May George Robinson. Gth. In a clear and convincing manSomerset, Ky. The funeral services will be conner Mr. VutiL'hn pointed the many ducted tomorrow, Fridny, at her late beneficial results which have followobservance of this ed the state-wid- e tiny. Graphic and thrilling incidents which had come under his own observation were narrated, illustrating We Will Have on Display the power of real religion awakened into activity through the united effort of nil the church workers in a town or county. At the cloe of the meeting a committee consisting of the Sunday School Superintendents of the churches of Stanford were authorized to arrange and carry out nlans for the observance of "Go to Sunday School Day." maMr. At the evening service Vaughn was greeted with a huge au: : : dience representing all the churches. The theme of the address was the appeal of a needy Kentucky. The people of Stanford were given a bird's eye view of the moral and conditions of some portions of the State wheie the need was greatest. Calling attention to the rapid changes which had taken place in some of the mountain communities. Mr. Vaughn spoke of one town which had sprung un as if by manic. After the open ing of the coal mine the number of workers in the camp became o large that in n few months eleven different languages were being spoken in and about the town. In this way a new chall',iiiring for skill and man's sermon text from Psalm 119. In Mail Us Your Kodak Films Rob-inso- n. J. P. KELSAY On Friday and Saturday, March 23 and 24 French Pattern & Sport Hats Also smart, saleable models, reflecting the latest style ideas, millinery novelties, terials and trimmings of the moment Mrs. Rella ArnoIdilFrancis STYLE SHOP icrvation Public Sale I will sell at public auction at my place, beginning at 9:30 a. m. Wednesday, March 21, 1917 My splendid farm of 192 Acres, More or Less Located 2 2 miles from Hustonville, 11-- 2 milrs 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.: HORSES One mare; one 16 hands high. MULES One coming aged mule; pair 15 horse; one horse) combined mare; one pair one geldings, New-lan- d. mule; one coming 3-- mule; one 4 hands, mare mules. CATTLE Six high grade cows, all red; one high grade red bull; two high grade bull calves, all red; four high grade heifers. FARMING IMPLEMENTS One binder; one mower; on Oliver chilled plow; one Vulcan turning plow; one garden plow; two cultivators; one garden cultivator; one Disc harrow; one A. A. harrow; lot of corn and hay; corn planter; one buckboard; one cider mill, one wagon; one buggy and harness; 7,000 tobacco sticks, and other farming implements. A good many other things not mentioned here. Terms made known on day of sale. Remember the hour 9:30 A. M. HALL ANDERSON McKINNEY, KY. JOHN B. D1NWIDDIE, Auctioneer EASTER Do Your NEW SUITS Purse Justice By Looking Here Before You Buy We now have a splendid showing of New Spring Suits in poplin, gabardine, silks, chuddas, etc. reasonably priced at $16.50 to $37.50 NEW SPRING COATS Plaids and plain material, jersey and silk, $5.00 to $22.50. NEW WAISTS Few stores in larger towns show as pretty a line of waists as this store. We are sole agents for Worthmore and Wcllworth waists. Prices range from $1.00 to $9.50 NEW SKIRTS We show everything from the neat plain tailored skirt to the stripes and flowered material $2.00 to $15.00. attend of EASTER Millinery March Opening r MISS HIGGINS ENTERTAINS Last Friday evening Miss Elizabeth Higgins delightfully entertained her voice class and accompanist, Miss Embry, at her' home on Main street. A contest was one of the interesting features and Miss Nellie Wilson Hill was the winner of tho prize, a box of chocolates. Miss Higgins was ably assisted in the entertaining and serving by Misses Waller and Stone. A salad course was served after which several musical numbers wero given by the members of tho class. Those who enjoyed tho evening were: Misses Nellie Wilson Hill, Bello Russtll, Pattye Perkins, Mary Bailey, Nancy K. McKinney, Elsie Coleman, Clara Cosh, Frank Waller, Lucilo Stone and Frances Embry. A GREATER AND BETTER STATE munity in Bjblo study and Bible School work has received a powerful Domestic and Foreign Pattern Hats Saturday, March 24th. We are located in our new store, next door to the old stand 3rd street NOEL SISTERS Danville, - Kentucky Miss Saunders stimulus as a result of a visit to our FARM city by Mr. W. J. Vaughn, repres-tin- g the Stato Sunday School AssociaThrough Ovar 3 Million Lonntion. Mr. Vaughn is one of the field This Office workers under the direction of tho Association and gives all his timo to interdenominational Sunday School work in tho State. Arrivine- - in town INSURANCE on Saturday Mr. Vaughn put in a busy day on Sunday at the Presby- BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE e terian church. At the morning Lexington, Ky. he gave what ho called a lay Ckoapiida 4 Short ser-ric- Cent S PerLONS I W. KING & SON SEVERANCE & SON t Established I860 58th Year. No. 23 The Interior Jouwal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, n, Tuesday, March 20, 1917 Tuesdays and Fridays E A.i? shortage iohlem before the drastic Courthquse, O., sold nt Shelbyvillu rules diaftcd in the Interstate Com- - 12 mares from four to seven yenrs old. at an average of $1(50, and four mercc Commission ,":i into effect, mules at an nverago of The increase in enlistments for the ' United Stntes navy is shown by the, $183 H. Gardner, of Scottsville, pur-a- t .fact that there are nenrly 3,000 men chased P.two sljoats on Jan. 8 and paid the Newport training stntion, the largest number ever there since its.SKi for them. He fed them until Feb. vcnty-one days nnd 28,Tj.ust establishment. , on me local mcrenant sum uium ior Berlin claims that :n i.ni.ukuc. tdiips with a gross tonnage ot Last year there were sold in the 000 were lost as a result of unre- - ' Loximrton pounds stricted naval warfare in February. of hurley market 35.35)8.050 S3.727,-nctitrleaf for a total of were Of this number seventy-on- e 121.40, an average of $10.53 per vessels and totaled 137,500 nunm-eunils venr. tola sites P Friday had been 40,i03,0r It' cost the city of Chicago $205.-Ha000 to place on the books 17,743, pounus at aan average ot $i.;r.j, at the supplemental registra-- resontiiur return to the growers of tion, according to figures given out v7.4.i.7() 7.00. Paul Finch, of Drake's Creek by the election commissioners. The name on the Stock Farm in the East End, is buck cost- - of nutting each from the great Duroc Sale of Ira books was close to $15. Leaving a note in which he stated Jackson, at Tippecanoe City, O., where he small abanthat he believed that God had world seven fine bought for a to the fortune Durocs. bred world's doned the world, basing the champion boars. While at the sale he wn- as his reason for thus believing, nfrnil 74. u Bnp- - saw 20 sows, all bred to one boar, iv ti rnn-nltfor tist 'preacher holding a charge near .sellPeyton$400 each. owner of the good Parmh. New Orleans, killed himself. law was stallion. Rex Moki, tells the I. J. that The Adamson Eight-Hoall of the sales of sons and daughters upheld by the Supreme Court, live published in judges sustaining it. The immediate of his horse were not day and effect of the decision will be to fix the list given the otherThomnson gives sold basic day, the following: F. L. r a permanent computing from January 1 last to a to Mack Hughes, of Danville, a son for $150. Mr. Hughes sold him a day cost to the railroads of anotit or so later for S200 and later he was per year. for S500. John M. Ciess sold to The cost of education in Kentucky sold Hughes one for as compared with othet ritates has Mr. Hughes sold him $200a and later Mr. profit been compiled by Sta'! Superintend- 850. Philip Thompson for one to of a ent V. 0. Gilbert for the sceral leg- Knox county partv one sold for $180 and islators, who have asked hi in regard to it. The per capita espendi-tur- e Alfred Owens sold to same party one for the school population in for $150. John Rigsbv sold one for Kentucky of $090,880, is $9.75; bas- $140. Jim Rigsby sold to John M. Cress one one to Mr. ed on the attendance it is $22.90. The Howard forfor $300 and Mr. Walker and cost of carrying a pupil through the a colt for S140Bogue to Brown sold a $100. first eight grades is $183.20. on attendance. Of this cost $3,024,-nf- gelding for $150. is raid out of State funds, on a per capita apportionment of $4.37. SAM OWJENS FOR MAGISTRATE will' Irt.thcTiiiounvt!mcnt"column be found the name of Samuel M. "hv the navv aeainst the German sub who marine menjico were begun yesterday Owens, of theasoires to serve as mag-b- v Hustonville magisterial President Wilson. The President ?trate subject to the itction of the mithorizod the expenditure of $115,- -' 'strict, 000,000 for submarine chasers and democratic primary of August 4th. r law Mr. Owens is splendidly equipped for the suspension of the and in all plants engaged in naval work, the office he seeks He jf chosen will. acceptably. is one of the First and second classes at the Naval'" Academy were ordered graduated, county s substantial citizens and a. there is no semb--triin the first class going out March 29. ' democratguile.whom asks that his candi- .,,. i,;,,,, ..nrnilml lance of He among vachtmen along the coast, 'lacy be given consideration by hise of President Wilson is expected within home people and others his his best, if next few hours to indicate deft-- , trict, promising to do nitely that he believes a virtual state elected, to serve the interests of the "I'uinu of war ex sts between the United.10"" States and Germany, nnd may call ST. PATRICK'S DINNER Congress to meet in extra session Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Harris gave a within ten days, it is stated. dining Saturday, March 17th, complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. William LOOK AT A CHILD'S Craig Popples. Covers were laid for TONGUE WHEN CROSS' 20 and only the immediate families FEVERISH AND SICK were present. The color scheme of green and white was carried out Take No Chances! Move Poisons through the various courses. The centerpiece was a large silver basket From Liver And Bowels At on a Sheffield tray, filled with bride's Once roses and valley lilies. The place i four-year-old mare mules. port of the Budget Committee of the pnir of They , were blue ribbon wearers nt rMinivil.rti. nf Tlnim t inc. . V11...I..SI.I W. W, ........... Railroads of the country were giv- - uh nun mn year, en another month to work on the car' J. & A. Patterson, of Washington four-year-old LAND, STOCK AND CROP Phelps Cobb, of Boyle, sold to Do-Iaof Wnyne, a pair of mnro mules for $400. Four negroes were struck by lightMrs. Chloe Murphy, of the Shelbv ning and killed near Munfordsvillc. Gifts of the Rockefeller Founda- City section, sold to C. U. Martin, of Danville, a cow and calf for $7(5. tion for the past year totaled Hob Staplcton, of Crab Orchard, Hon. James P. Harrison, purchas sold to John T. Dudderar n four- combined gelding for $1150 im? nirnnt of the L. & N.. is dead in , yenr-ol- d W. S. Carrier, of Garrard, sold 17 Louisville. A. C. Haley, former county judge mules, mostly two year olds, to dif-o- f Boyd, is dead nt Catlettsburg. Heffcrent parties, ranging price from was 84 vears old $iuu to tizii. A St. Louis woman is arranging to .John HI. Cress sold a seven-vengive n party for those in that city old black gelding to S. A. Manning who have lost their vermiform appen for $1715 and to Henry Anderson n Rex Moki gelding for dices Vrnnrn lins snout S17.400.000.000 ! $1 GO. Jake Brown, cf Mercer, paid J. W. years since in the"two nnd one-haV10 wnr iinirnn. ncenrdinir to the re watts, 01 tnat county, 5000 for n DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER The threatened railroad strike was called oir Sunday night. four-yenr-old rthree-year-old lf f J -, , al . 11 st j rep-nam- j t.. - . ur eight-hou- $50,-000,0- U I I eight-hou- ..,,. ,.. i dis-th- "" - af,t,c $WlnK brides and grooms QSn rcst and the favors 'Calfornia Syrup of l'igs" because were flags of Ireland. a few hours all the clogged-uin waste, sour bile and fermenting foodim lo Take chamherlain's Tablets gently moves out of the bowels, and j when you fecl llull and stupi(j nf .1 nciii uu iiiiii: ii.iviui mmi uciill. tp,. patinC Children simlpy will not take time When constipated or bilious. play to empty their bowels, and from When you have a sick headache. gets they become tightly packed, liver When you have a sour stomach. sluggish and stomach disordered. When you belch after eating. When cross, feverish, restless, see When you havo indigestion. if tongue is coated, then give this When nervous or despondent. delicious "fruit laxative." Children When you have no relish for your love it. and it can not cause iniurv. meals. No difference what ails your little When your liver is torpid. one if full of cold, or a sore throat, Obtainable everywhere. diarrhoea, htomaeh-aelie- . bad breath, remember, n gentle "inside cleans- MR. MASTERS EXTENDS THANKS ing" should alwavs be the flr.st treat- I sold my stock ne groceries incnt given. Full directions for ba- - to 'n have Ih, ffm vho will P luulk'one n,l of .M,t,,c?s p up'pSed' eKSrBewarr",1 Jounterfeit'figrups. Ask your druggist for a 50-ce- I bot tle ot "California byrup ot Figs," then look carefully and see that it is made by the "Calfornia Fig Syrup Company." Wo make no smaller size. Hand back with contempt any other 23-- 1 fig syrup. RANK FOOLISHNESS You occasionally sco it stated that colds do not result .from cold weather. That is rank foolishness. Wero it true colds would bu as prevalent, in midsummer ui in midwinter. Tho microbe that causes colds flourishes in damp, cold weithor. To get rid of Cough a cold take Chamberlain's ask well. 1 will be glad if those who owe me will call at my stable and settle. Or if they prefer, they can pay Brv-a- n Jones at the store. Again thanking you. Very truly, G. II. Masters. 1 HUGHES & McCARTV SELL FARM Tho hustling real estate firm of Hughes & McCartv sold for T. C. Ball to M. S. Jackson, of Detroit, Mich., his farm in tho Maywood section for $1,800. Mr. Jackson returned to his home last of tho week but will como back in a mouth or so to lake charge of his placo. JAhu te.!"""'1. m.c .!'"'! my successor as they l.UGH YOUNG BUYS HOME Remedy. It is effectual and Is highly ITugh Young has bought of Adolph recommended by people who have used it for mnuv years as occasion VonGruenigan the house and lot on required, and know its real value. tho Hustonville pike, where ho has kept store for some time, nnd will Obtainable everywhere. get possession May 1. He says he will make a number of improvements in IRISH POTATO FAMINE Tho first of tho week thero was the place. not an Irish potato in anv of the SOLD 113 HIDES Stanford stores, something that W. P. Buchanan, the produce and probably had nover been the case before. Realizing this all the merchants junk man. sold to M. Wides, of Richpot busy and "tho best town on tho mond, Friday 113 hides, most of map" is pretty well supplied with which were taken from beeves. the tuber just now. The price ranges Attend the Hull 'Anderson sale from $2.50 to $3 per bushel. Wednesday, See ad. COUNTIES MARRIAGES SUFFERS Mary Ellis, aged 75, is dead Thomas Anderson, widower of 39, BIG FIRE DAMAGE "" the Ellisburg section of Casey nnd Miss Frnnkie L. Singleton, both Lincoln county's splendid court,cuty. of the West End. celebrated St. Pat house suffered damages estimated all Jason Lnwhorn, of Somerset, is rick's day by having the matrimoninl the way from $7,000 to $12,000 by now a "nana." a little son havmir ar knot tied. fire which was discovered at 3 o' rived at his home last week. News comes thnt Russell Shcron, e Bragg Thomnson is now carrvinc nephew of Mrs. J. S. Campbell, and clock this morning. The nnd a long, shrill whistle by the mnll on rural route No. 3, out of Miss Hnzel Timberlakc. the attractive bell C. engine K. nwoke our citizens to Crab Orchard into Rockcastle. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Tim- find on fire. of Porter Ncal, of Brunside, died nt berlakc, of the West End, eloped and In a their temple time justice Stanford very short the New Castle, Ind., from exposure were made husband and wife. Mr. fire department wns on scene and cnused by the tornado of a week ago. Shcron has a good position in India- water was pouring the the blaze, on W. C. White, of Parksvilie. has napolis, to which place he took his which wns gotten under control in a been notified of the death of his bro- bride. very short while. Fire must hnvo ther, Ephriam White, at Smithton, This office is in receipt of an anfrom n box filled with sawMo. nouncement of the marriage at Port- started dust, and which is used as n spittoon, John Dnvis, of the Buckeye sec- land, Oregon, of Miss Mary Virginia corner tion :f Gnrrard. v.15. given two years Johnston to Conrad Julius Sieberts, and which sat in theinto the of tho circuit room for horse stealing by the Garrard of thnt city. The bride 's the hand- North room. openingsurmised that a is court some daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ju- lighted cigar It cigarette was dropcircuit court. or Deputy Sheriffs Ed Thurmond and lius Lucien Johnston,, formerly of " 0:51. Jailer Singleton, of Pulaski, emptied King's Mountain, but who moved ped in the box, which set fire to its All Preshvterinna inti tint! Sim- contents. The woodwork nnd floor of day March 25th, is the last Sunday of on the streets 100 quarts of whisky West some ten years ago. tho room were nnd thn jury mac nan necn taken from bootleg- was quite a surprise to their room adjoiningburned It Lilt riiiiren vntit nnHtt.ii.n)ini.n . a similar to receive announce- fate. The circuit suffered room was "C't be in on that date. On Sunday, April rKnVU court lh?" lecistonwlW s!Ier3; many friends thnt Mis.i Josephine Court ments slnting .B.v n rVlcont 1st, an Everv Member CnnvnU wl badly damaged by smoke, heat and Am'cn's""holding the Pulaski Beazley and William Craig Pepples water. The oil paintings he mnVleron that have Dnv April 8th o- ,rout been married since Feb. 20th. the Commuin Sc" ice will held' 7lrt; llmry. ? Anclemon. had cards were sent out Friday night. hung on its walls for many years ,County Superintendent, will The wero all more or less damaged, that ' ' 'Alette, from on Anril l . tnf: The wedding occurred at the home of Judge Montgomery ami Magis" K R Mahony, wmcn represents t0 tht" a raise in salary of the bride's grandfather, Rev. W. trate Dunlap being ruined. Judge of who is him by S. Grinstead. the ceremony being Napier's and Col. Welch's wero badly tC.nt llWc" Minn, ''tdh'o) been sweethim. goo.l meeting recentlv lnl( at his-" onJ '" Dnnville said by for a The two had The bride is injured. The stained glass back of long time. church which resulted in 24 profes- the judge's scat was broken into " m bionze or marble to nerpet- - hearts' I.nna Inenl the daughter of Mrs. J. Randolph! many pieces, the chairs were damag is an execedinly pretty) ed by thc V Harris and chXrlXwnln.aThiTu the heal, the walls were black? :ind attractive young woman, bhe has ened and the plaster of Paris orna- U H01"" Jhcro. " 182.n Young People's Society of 48 mem- , oi n kik raise by popular sub- - the peculiar lacu.ty hers, all of whom ir. ,rtivn ... .1 In fa most ft th , , to erect a friends and thoe who know her best fact the fu'J y mun voom' h abnut W nlcrt to their chuch uti, Mr!' Mn .... ,.,.: 11.13 1....1 mi i;.- - eretiiinme memorial...,i., Vinnv ...... i,! nvvuuu i. im- . ....... c,. ii.iii . ii ii i.,i. :.,,. """ ......! ' a:.' i?.?5 ,HV lll'l:1' that sne i.w.i.f..j n" the most deflate looking place -,, Nlll ill Th Womans ChlWs tremelv hard w nter. Ice has been as ' colmty from 'f """"""". , acks" fom m"nths friends by her acquaintances. The , u much as three feet thick on tho lakes i' Whe Ur !nm was s n ca! er th"s mcor M?"- - iri'iinm. , who J, and loaded wagons go over it tatsubscr,!,e ft01, tno pies, n prominent iniinui, ia i - not burned, it is rendered almost lB V !"" use0c!S by water and heat. The they would a Kentucky pike Thev 7'young man. lie nuius J" h,n.vm? "."J1 a.n.occ,as,onnl C."V ,,...;.. nt nrn inlilne ltrif.n.tanip. have had snow as deep as 70 inches nenrh- - position his given with the L. & N. railroad :.. i clm,.rc(L Kortunntoly the library, iii iikiii.v iiiii:t;. ., ,, bor, George D. Boone. Mr. Robinson with headquarters at e oyington audi .. .... h .de of ha WM ;. is very much pleased great with Lincoln is held in high esteem by M iaP!.n,.o MISS WOODS ENTERTAINS . county and feels that he made a good corporation. The .happy young pair b Tho offlceg of Ju(lp0 Miss Susan Fisher Woods gave a move in coming here. o Ltn. in.iiiiih win niunu Bailey, Countv Attorney Burch and luncheon bridge Monday for Mrs. tives and friends after which they badly Carlo Brittain, of Philadelphia, who HOUSE PASSES OLIVER BILL will be at home at Covington. The Circuit Clerk Newland were allhaving damaged, much plastering h here the guest of her sister. Mrs. The House at Frankfort on Satur- best wishes of their many friends, fnllen in the two former. Mr. Burch's W. H. Shanks, and Miss OHie Wood- day passed the Oliver bill, creating of which tlv Interior Jurnal claims was a drenched. son, who is with Mrs. C. E. Tate and ,the State Tax Commission, by a vote to be one, goes out to them at this library was magnificentIt buildingclose and call oiner reintives. the lunch was an of 07 to 20. Representative Gooch, happy hour, and the hope is general the for thework of the fire departelaborate one and perfect in its ev- - of this countv voted for the bill, Rep- - that their journey together through ment good be commended. Mr. E. R. is to erv appointment. The Imnilsnmi'iratnMini;,.,, tvt;.,.. nr tj,.i i,nf,,,i life will be fraught with all the good Lnwrencc. who is here doing repair home was tastily decorated with nink against it and Representative' Kauff-swe- things that can come their way. work on the telephone lines, renderpeas and gladiolas and each of tnian, of Garrard, did not vote. The ed valuable assistance, for which the A DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR inn seven tames nem a inrgc vase ot ..Oliver bill as passed by the House 0 people generally are grateful. pink rose buds. The guest of hijnor j creates a State Tax Commission to On Saturday night. March 17th, insurance is carried on the buildprizes were corsages of pink sweet be composed of the State Auditor Miss Antoninette Grinstead and Mr. pens. Those present were: Mrs. An- and a Republican commissioner and R. K. Pepples 'entertained with a ing and $5,000 on the furniture. It is divided equally among the local nie Enirleman, Mrs. Bettie Bush, a Democratic commissioner to be ap- theatre party in honor of Mr. and agents: R. M. Newland, J. D. Wear-eMrs. Alfred Pence. Miss Levisa Har- pointed by the Governor. An appro- Mrs. William Craig Pepples. After D. A. Thomas. C. Hays Foster, ris, Miss Sue Tavlor Engleman. Mrs. priation of SI 5,000 is provided the show a lunch was served in the W. A. Tribble. Some fifteen comC. E. Tate, Mrs. T. A. Rice, Mrs. J. The table was lighted by panies are represented. for the maintenance of the Princess. S. Rice. Mrs. E. J. Brown. Mrs. fWmmission and its subordinates. myriads of green candles and the Fortunately the many valuable George G. Menefee, Mrs. S. J. The salary of the Auditor is increas- centerpiece was a large basket filled records in the e were The place Mrs. R. C. Hocker. Mrs. ed $000 annually, the commissioners with green carnations. Jr.. nnu neither damaged nor molested. W. H. Shanks, Mrs. T. J. Hill. Jr., wyi receive $3,000 annually and the cards were cunids Mrs. E. P. Woods, Misses Lyle Coon- - .secretary a salary ot z,uuu shamrocks were the favors. The idea to It is fueling of satisfaction no'- -,. ., eager. Esther Burch. J JThe er. Nancy s an emergency of green was so thoroughly carried . ...j..i.,, .Mrs. Unttain and Miss Woodson, and ' honthe hostess, -- MfcaSifcrtn and was no trouble to tell they wereguests- if you ,Jnve will ,,e fire ,oss Wobfls. oring St. Patrick. The invited signed by the governor, paid for it. Better talk with Jesse D. were: Mrs. William Craig t'eppies Wearcn, the Insurance Man, today. CLIP THIS AND PIN and J. R. Harris, Misses Iva Peoples, LIVELY GARRARD CONTEST Clara Cash, Hester ON WIFE'S DRESSER IN LUCK The race for County Clerk is the Elizabeth Hunn, Kathryn Harris and Edna W. VIRGINIA COLLEGE Barbour-villlive contest in the Democratic pri- Anderson. Morris Harvey College, firneo Turner, of Nicholasville. Cincinnati Man Tells How To Shrivel mary campaign in Garrard countv, W. Va.. of which Dr. U. V. W. C. Pepples, Charlie Up Corns Or Calluses So They where, although the margin is small, Messrs. William K. Jordan, Arnold Darlington, who married Miss Vir-Pendleton. J. the Democrats usually manage to Brady. Boyce Hunn, William Lift Off With Fingers C.nv. ginin Bourne, of this city, is nrcsi- hold the county oflices. The four as- son, Edwin Welbuni, Clarence Coop-- dent, is playing in luck just flow. It Ouch This kind of rough pirants for the clerkship are J. O. Henry S. Green.of Bloomficld. has been made the prime benefici- talk will be heard less here in town if Bogie. W. A. Doty, Jeptha Onstott er and ' nry of the Prichard Foundation, people troubled with corns will fol- and J. Bruce Lawson. and they are TESTIMONIAL TO COL. WALTON which has just been instituted by the low the simple advice of this Cincin- 'making things hum. Clayton A. Ar We have been asked what was the will of Dr. Lewis Prichard, late of nati authority who claims that a few nold so far has things all to himself testimonial referred to in Dr. J. T. Charleston, that State. He left S200,-00- 0 drops of a drug called freezone when for the Democratic nomination for Bohon's and the college is to get the inhighly appreciated letter applied to a tendi-- , aching corn or County Judge, as have Green Clay giving some of the history of the In- come from half of the amount. The hardened callus stops soreness nt AValkcr for Countv Attorney anil A. terior. It was a magnificent ebonv college and its president have also once, and soon the corn or callus K. Walker for Sheriff. The only Re- cane surmounted with a mammoth just been made the recipients of a dries up and lifts right off without publican who has announced is Eu- gold head upon which was inscribed: .handsome touring car, gene Berkele. who seeks the nominapain. "Presented to W. P. .Walton for his a donation from Azel Meadows, a LouisHe says freezone dries immediate- tion for County Assessor. editorial intrepidity in his fight for .prominent Huntington, W. Va., real ly and never inflames or even irri- ville Times. law and order, by his admirers and estate man. tates the surrounding skin. A small friends." It is one of the most cher- bottle of freezone will cost very litMRS. J. S. HASELDEN DEAD FIRST WHITE MALE CHILD ished mementoes of his life. The positle at any drug store, but will The Courier-Journof Sunday cane is now in the possession of Mr. ' Ben Jennings, of the office, receiv-tively remove every hard or soft contained an interesting article from this morning stating R. Walton, of Atlanta, Ga the ed a message corn or callus from one's feet. Mil- the pen of Ed O. Leigh, of Bowling older brother saying that as Tom ' that his aunt, Mrs. J. S. Haselden. lions of Americans women will wel- Green, on the life of Isaac wns ready to hack him in his work died at Bryantsville nt G o'clock come this announcement since the who the writer claims was the with his life, during the troublous Monday evening and that the burial inauguration of the high heels. If first white mule child born in Ken- times, keep it time will occur at Lancaster at noon Wedyour druggist doesn't have freezone tucky. A picture of the gentleman about, the two should nesday. She was a sister of Mr. Jentell him to order a small bottle for accompanies the writ-uThe artinings' father and wus about 00 years 23-- 1 you. cle stntes that Mr. Goodknight, who old. She leaves her husband and three MRS. DYEHOUSE DEAD it savs was a distant relative of Hon-Mrs. Elizabeth Dyehouse, aged 03, stepsons, Raymond, Sam and Joo NAVY TO COMBAT who died here died at her late home near e Haselden, of Lancaster. M. Goodknight, Tno sinking of three American many yenrs ago, "was apprenticed to Friday and was laid to rest steamers by German submarines, the saddler's trade bv William Hays, in Mio linrvinir irround SWEENEY MORGAN ACQUITTED with possible loss of life among the at Stanford." The old gentleman was Saturday afternoon after services by! Sweeney Morgan, who shot to is the married four times and was tho her pastor, Rev. J. M. Robinson. De- death his J. Booth Sutof two of th-e ton at his home last September, was feature in the war news. father of 21 children. . ceased was the wife of W. M. Tho American steamers Vigilanoin, and besides the husband, she acquitted at his trial in the Garrard DRAMATIC CLUB PLEASES City of Memphis and Tllipoli. wore four children: Mrs. Lula circuit court. Details of the killing leaves Ibr vessels sent to the bottom The people at Crab Orchard were Shaw and James, Richard and Fred were printed in this paper at tho German submarines. The Vigilnncta greatly pleased with the excellent Dyehouse. Mrs. Dyehouse had been a time. Mr. Morgan lives just over the was torpedoed without warning and entertainment given them Friday member of the Methodist church for line in Garrard county and is one of the City of Memphis was torpedoed night by the Dramatic Club of Stan- many years and was a most excellent the biggest land owners l in that county. He is well known in Lincoln. after the crew had been given fif- ford and the Southwick Club pf Crab woman. teen minutes to leave the shin. The Orchard. Considering the inclement LIGHTNING STRIKES fi RN Illinois is reported merely as having weather the crowd that witnessed the NEW PASTOR HAS ARRIVED Lightning struck the barn on O. been "sunk." The crew o fthe lllinios several one-aRev. G. L. Burlap, tho new pastor plays was large and Carter's farm on th" llustop- was saved, but members of the crews that the work of each one who took of tho Gruenheim an Ottenheim " rikc Friday last, of both the Vigiluneia and the City part was appreciated and enjoyed Lutheran churches, has arrived from lg fire to the huildiiii; and kiibi:j; of Memphis, most of them Ameri- was shown by tho liberal applause East Bernstudt and with his family in the par- one of several hogs that were inside. cans, arc missing. Tho City of Mem- that greeted every scene presented. is pleasantly domiciled uninjured. escaped lest phis and the Illinois were bound, ressonage near the former church. Rev. The pectively, from Cardiff and London Burlap is said to be an able minister Mrs. Carter was at home alone, but GETS BIG VERDICT A Nicholasville dispatch says that nnd the above churches are lucky in with the aid of a boy who works on for the United States in ballast. Tho Vigiluneia was bound for Havre. Ray Carter, a son of the late Jnmcs securing the services of so good a the place, saved the building by timely M. Carter, of Lincoln, was given a man and preacher. SIGN OF GOOD DIGESTION verdict for SI 0.800 damages against MASTERS SELLS TO HUFFMAN When you see a cheerful and hap- the Q. & C. railroad. Carter was run HOW TO PREVENT CROUP G. II. Masters has sold to O. P. py old lady you may know that she into by n train while looking after When the child is subject to athas good digestion. If your digestion electric signals for tho company nnd tacks of croup, see to it that he eats Huffman his stock of groceries, etc., ''is impaired or if you do not relish was badly hurt. Mr. Carter formerly a light evening meal, as an overload- in the store-roovacated ! your meals take a dose of Chamber- lived in this county and is a close ed stomach may bring on an attack, State Bank. It is understood cost und carringo wus paid for lain's Tablets. They strengthen the relative of tho numerous Carters of also watch for tho first symptom stomach, improve tho digestion and Lincoln county. hoarseness, and give Chamberlain's goods. Mr. Huffman will cor.-Cough Remedy as soon as tho child business nt tho old stand. P'- -'i cause a gentle movement of tho bowMILLINERY, MARCH 24th. els. Obtaint'blo everywhere. becomes hoarse. Obtainable every- Jones, who is a snlendid s'it(r will remain with Mr. Hiffm"" Wo will be glad to have tho ladles where. FUEL, MEAT AND HONEY call and see our display of spring D While cutting firewocd on W. E. and summer goods. We have everyCONCERT MARCH 28th TELEPHONE CO. INCORPOR o in sport ""vi-v- . Tho Wnynesburg & O. K. thing now unil Fount's f A concert will be given in the win Co., with ofllco nt W" felled n tree out of which ho got a und dress huts. We solicit your pat- flrwirn TTniiKo. March 28th. bv Mr. possum, n pou'rrol, a rabbit and seven ronage. Mrs. Pettus und Miss Jones, Frank Buck, of Chicago, assisted by this countv, bos boo-- ' 23-- 1 gallons of honev, to say nothing of Crnb Orchard. The capital stock ! ?!,? Stanford's nest local tuieius. r.nnro nrocopda donnted to tho ptlbli" and A. J. Johnson, J. A. Hays , about throo or four co-of fltewood. It Is fur hotter 1 bo born lucky thun school. A complete program will ap Marion Wnrren are incorporators. MUMIFIED CAT rich. Benton While cleaning out tho brick build- pear in next issue. WILL YOU HELP? ing on Depot street, now used for a The Interior Journal will give $5 SOLD HIS BUSINESS THIS AUTOIST IS THANKFUL garago by Bailey & Woner, Mr. John John Mecks has sold to W. K. to start a fund to reimburse tho Sr., found a mumfied An enthusiastic nutoist asks thq N. Menefee, I. J. to thank Road Overseer Riffo cat, which is on exhibition at The Warner his plumbing outfit and will Woman's Club for the loss sustained for the work done on Hanging; Fork Lincoln Pharmacy. It is somewhat of take a position with him. They by the fire this morning. Who will be the next? should make a strong team. bridge on tho Danville pike. a curiosity. NEIGHBORING COURT-HOUS- WITH THE CHURCHES. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist church will meet nt the usual hour Friday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. Mnry Penny. Permit for the erection of a $215- .000 church edifice was granted by the City of Somerset to the Main Street Methodist church. Prayer meeting at the Baptist church Wedncsdny evening nt 7:15. "Prayer." Subject ' for discussion, Let all the people come. Rev. J. W. Hardy, of Lexington, filled the pulpit of thcChristinn church Sunday morning and preached a most excellent sermon to a large audience. Presbyterian Church Mid week service Wednesday nt 7 o'clock, "Christ, the Supreme Gift," John, IN . Mrs- court-hous- i r i i - - VC" V0 C0U-"t- y ""T" "'w' W m1 - &""? i - w j ', - l an7' i - tir? "'"C" JV-,"-nPfl- , I i , ,,,, t- et $30,-00- n, ly Em-br- y, court-hous- hand-painte- d bilk-carrie- -. FishCflWSedy thTsS asc-soo- n i e. i V !?!?!! 1 j al T. Good-knigh- t, p. T. Preach-ersvill- cir-'v- ont-stnrdi- son-in-la- Dye-hous- l-- ct l.e-di- if-ru'',- fire-fightin- g. m "" " te Tolo-phon- ds 1 Tribune-Demcra- t. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: NOE BUYING PULASKI POULTRY FAMILIES WELL REPRESENTED With his entry for the Republican Hugh Noe, of Stanford, came over here a few days ago and bought 12 nomination for Sheriff of Letcher of the Pulaski county pure breed i county, Jasper Collins makes the Ilarred Plymouth Ilock liens. The fifth of a Letcher county famiThe "Man About Town" has just re- ly aspiringlargo office in that county. to IS'oe in which ceived a letter from Mr. two in he say that they are producing, and Among the other Collins' arc one he never saw finer egg. There is not the race for County Judge ami alnre a county in the State that has a bet- for Jailer. The Hentleys, who not altor string of chickens than this, and so numerous in Letcher, nie the if you want to go into the chicken lowing their modesty to stand in and business, from a paying standpoint, way of their ambition for office, get some of our stock and you arc three of them are Republicans candiSomerset News. dates for local offices. bound to succeed. i Tuesday, March 20, 1917 PUTS NEW LIFE INTO HIS WORK Fur Dealer Tells How Tanlac Brought Back Ambition, LOUIS WONDERS WILL BUILD HOME Shelton Saufley, foimerly of the CAN'T TIRE HIM OUT NOW Mr. J. 0. Lynn will soon begin the erection of a home on the lot he Stanford Journal, has gone to Calibought at the sale of the Kirby piop-ert- y fornia for a long rest. When the sum last fall. It is very probable that he received for his paper is recalled, y J. M. Phillips, a. fur dealer, widely-know- n resi- it's a wonder Saufley don't take a he wilt build a around Monticello, Ky., where dence and it will have all the mod- trip around the whole blamed world. Danville Messenger. ho has lived for years, can't say el n improvements. enough for Tanlac. He says he's a living example of what Tanlac will do for a man. "Hcfore taking Tanlac," Mr. Phillips said, "I was so run down in health that 1 couldn't do my work as it should have been done. That tired dioopy feeling stayed with mo all day long and I didn't have a bit of ambition. I had headaches nearly all the time. They made life miserable and work hard for me. They kept me awake at nights. I lost my aptwo-stor- Bargains such as this sale offers are worth coming farther than Lexington to get. You will be really surprised when you come here to see such beautiful housefurnishings offered at such low prices. We pay the freight on all your purchases. MARCH SALE , MARCH ON TO MARCH'S :::::::: - I jj jJ9 ira i sJBKl ,:a is -- rai vi f' petite. "Most any kind of food, even eggs Ii i - . i . r, Crossctts will laugh 1 at the weather and smile up at you when it shines. And ve' e vet to hearof a Crossctt shoe wearing out the welcome of its solid comfort. Ilere'satfine a fi'ting model asjoti cer wore Ailiand-Mitn- e a vutiltr Hluclisra joii ett admired. Kctra 70VR J. - - "'I made mo feel bad, because I couldn't I did cat. I got I could do to tand on my feet. I l a lot of weight. "Then a fiicnd told me about Tanlac. It did the woik. Sime taking it, I have got my appetite b xk, and enn cat anything I want. I have gained in weight and am not nervous. I sleep fine nights. I owe all this to Tanlac and uigo others to try it if n and just they feel all-i- .'!!ffitorf-- jf TEmS3g mmh 'n.i ft! i -V-- digest what little so weak it was. I'll lo-i- fats wide ci pboard space uncluttered fcrtiticns or Maljc; Xb tj cibty talis "--- jigrstsg'T2SgrarrzEr..ijji urv rttwsridba.-ic,ffdfuu-ut M hi'v mm s, n tm LJU-iq;i- ii LL l (rM v rt T m, I'm fill I A'" il viunwtM v ,- - , J kmm !' urn n, tun-dow- half-sick- ." lugli arc li (or comfort nml a medium lugh toe forst)lc. Ltuis A. CROsstTT, Inc. Malt' i North Abiiigton, Mass. dangoious. If you don't feel right get Tanlac today. Delay in health mutteis 13 "Makes Cifc's Walk Easy Priced $6 to Csa SSETT SHOE 0 ROBINSON'S Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stanford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. Coleman, Proprietor. Tanlac can now be obtained in fol lowing nearoy cities: Morelar.d, Abraham Minks; Hustonville. Adams Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-burJoe Me Williams; Middleburg, W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros.; Brodhcad, John Robins; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick. J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. A. g. Horton. This is the "ROLL DOOR HOOSIER" With the only sanitary, removable roll doors " -- E-D We are Headquarters for.PURINA FEEDS DAIRY FEERS More Milk. MOLASSES HORSE FEED More Vim. PURIN4 FATENA MOLASSES CATTLE FEED More Fat. PURINA PIG CHOW Greatest Hog Grower. These Feeds are giving the be't results possible. Place your der today. Sold only by PURINA PURINA SEEK OFFICE The latest entry in the contest for the Republican nomination for Coun-tJudge of Whitley county is E G. Massingale. Although ho is a clippie an in aunour'-inhis candidacy he states that he "has nt walked a foot for twonlv years," he intends to make an active cnnvnss before the August primary in his invalid chair. J. Frank Lawson, who lost his eyesight in an accident while w oi king riisoners on a countv road is a candidate for Jailer of Whitley county. g UNFORTUNATES v Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets The world's most popular Kitchen Cabinet. Roll curtains, instead of the old fashioned doors. White enamel inside, sliding nickle top and $27.50 a hundred other things. As pictureel, March's March Price See our Sale Special Hoosier $19.75 This Handsome COUNTY ROAD MEETINGS Satin Brass Bed only Stock Pen Phone No. T. W. JONES 1 -- Residence Phone No. 17G A NEW- - Clover Seeder at- - Section 42, Chapter SO, Acts of 1011, make it imperative that the County Road Enirincer hold a road meeting in each Magisterial District, for the discussion of rord tonics and for furthering the impiovements of the roads of the county, and I have fixed the following dates for these meetings: Ciab Oi chard Friday, March 23rd; Hustonville, Saturday, Mai eh 24th; Waynesburg, Thursday, Maich 29th; Stanford, Friday March 150th. The meetings at each place will beirin at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. The public is cordially invited e to attend these meetings. J. E. Riffe, Road Engineer for Lincoln 23-- 1 Countv. Mc-Ke- $14.75 You may have this pretty bed in anr size. We guarantee this bed low price bed ever against tarnishing and discoloring. The best W. H. HIGGINS 3 i Geoigu Stout, aged 40, is dead at Danville. A wife and five children bin vivo him. ACIDS IN STOMACH SOUR THE FOOD AND CAUSE INDIGESTfON RUGS 9x 2 Axminster Rugs $18.50 1 A Money Maker A Money Saver. TRY ONE! HTBil-fTTim 'Pape's Sour, Diapepsin" Fixes Gassy, Upset Stomachs In Five Minutes 9x12 Velvet Rugs $21.50 9x12 Royal ton Rugs Wil- $36.50 fwwnMtrgraMMTOMnMiraii I WILL SELL Flee Stock ':. ;r? Cobb & Robinson Will Offer Some Standard-Bred- s March 22nd Messrs. Phelps Cobb and B. F. Robinson, under the Thursday, Mar. firm nume of Cobb & Robinson, will on soil n lot of registered Shorthorn, Polled Short, ?2nd. Cty horn, and Hereford Cattle. Sale will be held atsharp. Stock Yards, nt Danville, and will begin at 12:30 The promoters of this sale will dispose of lonio of very cream of Kentucky, consisting of cows, heifers the of high and bulls. They will also sell several head write to grade Cobb If you do not receive a catalogue, cittlo. & Robinson, Danville, and one will be sent you. You don't know what upset wwir stomach which poition of the food do you? Well, don't did the damage bother. If your stomach is In a revolt; if Mck, gabsv and upset, and what vou just ate has feimented and til raid sour; head dizzy and aches; belch "isi"- and acids and cruciate unui--- .' tod food; bieath foul, tomme touted just take a little Pape's Diaand in ne pin to neutralize acidity minutes vou wonder what beam" nl" the indigestion and distress. Millions of men and women today I now that it U needless to have dvs-'- v psia A little Diapepsin occasionally ' eps the stomach sweetened, and liv cat their favorite foods without fear. If jour stomach doesn't take care of your liberal limit without lebel-lioif your food is a damage instead of a help, remember the quickest, suiest, most harmless antacid is Pape's Diapepsin, which costs only fiftv cents for a laif'o case at drug strips It's tru'v wonderful it stops pouring and "Pts things straight f' o rotlv nnd ejisilv thit it is really Your stomach will o list nishing. t our meals if vou keep acids 23-- 1 neutrall'od. - E. L. MARCH KENTUCKY'S PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm, I will offer i for sale to the highest bidder on the ' farm known as the J. S. Young place, on the Waynesburg A: Stanford pike, seven miles from Waynesburg, nine miles from Stanford. Sale will be on harrow. Spring Tooth burrow, Dou-- 1 bio A hanow, Single A harrow, two(t( No. W Uliver ciiillcu plows, one xv 10 Vulcan Hillside plow, biand new. cultivator, ono -one hoi so Superior corn drill,threo Do one-hors- GREATEST FURNITURE STORE UUBL'A Ml fi' 1 -' III Mllll n; SATURDAY, MAKCH 24, Will sell the following propeity: mower, one Disc One McCormaek SEED OATS We have the Northern white recicaii' d natural seed oats. By natural, we mean the oats are not clipped or bleached. e -- di-g- , CINCINNATI IT,.., STOCK MARKET 1 M y, place and hour. Thursday, March 22nd, 1917, at Stock yards, Danville, at 12:30 p. m. Remember th r1 'y ' ja it, c'rfs -d b'ltchors. $15015.25; 'icice. 8.bu14; stags, ''OO head; strong end, steady. Steers, $0.50 (to 10.50; heifeis, $(i.50(10; cows. $08.75; Sheep Recalves, slow, $8i12 ceipts, none; steady, $G 10.50; lambs, steady, $114.75. I CttU Pceints 700 Attend the Hall Wednesday. See ad. Anderson sale and set of harnes;. thing in good shape. About J? bales of feed, consisting of hp' shredded fodder, shucks i"d shn ' A. lot of nice corn, pair mules that will bo two yea May. Thoroughbred Jeisuy r years old, nice gilt to find pigs Maiiii 20. One range stove, 'one heating stove, lot of household and kitchen furniture and other things too numerous to mention. Sale begins at 10 o'clock. Terms mado known on day of sale. M. H. Johnson, Auctioneer. JOHN ROGERS & SON, Waynesburg, "Evi-r" bio shovel plows, ono Single sho two scything cradles, rubber j tin-bugg- J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, -- KEn TUCKY