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Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 23, 1917 KING'S MOUNTAIN school Is progressing nicely Our with n lnrgc nttendnncc. n Mr. Ware of McKinncy paid visit while In town the first of th" week and expressed himself as very favorably impressed with the improvement wc have mndc in school conditions. Mr. George Sturgeon and family have moved to their farm in Ii1;i-'- PREACHERSVILLE W. F. Ballard pound. M Medicine Torwcmen For Forty Years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has Relieved the Sufferings of Women. It hardly seems possible that there is a woman in this country who continues to suffer without giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial after all the evidence that is continually being published, proving beyond contradiction that this grand old medicine has relieved more suffering among women than any other medicine in the world. Mrs. Kicso Cureu After Seven Month's Illness. I i sold n hog of 195 10 pounds to Paul Finch for Mason Ballard sold n to John Crank for $05. A Laxative For Babies Good for Everybody work marc cents a DR. CALDWELL'S A county. Mr. Fred Reynolds has moved i"t the property he purchased from Jb' Sturgeon. Mr. Mont Dijhon made a fi.wng trip home from Detroit Saturday, but will return in n few days. Mr. S. B. Marks has his new sfora completed and has moved his stock of groceries into it. Wc expect much success for him as he is a cle r talker when it comes to scllinp r" ceries. Mr. Rnlncy Floyd, who has been confined to his bed for several years with a cancer, died Friday night. He leaves a large family of boys and girls also a widow to mourn his '"s. Most of them attended the fun ral . at Pleasant Point Sunday. . JMiAt j. ier iflT ijlMii "v ( Evangelist J. bagnly is condi' 'ng E of meetings at the church. He is advancing a eo- (ra III1 tion move among the churchc-- and ich requests that all who are in and interested in the advan'o 'ient of the cause to come. Rev. Fngaly is it i a godly man and a fluent speaker. Ho Could Hardly Get Off Her lied. paid our school a visit Thur.-da- y ( inrinnati. Ohio. "I want you to know the good Lydia E. morning and gave a very interest Vegetable Compound has done for me. I was in such bad ing and beneficial talk. health from female troubles that I could hardly get bed. I had been doctoring for a long time and my mother said, 'I want you A very impressive sermon wa de to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.' So I did, and it livered at the Christian church Sun ha.s made me a well woman. 1 am able to do my house work day by the pastor, Rev. Masters. and am so happy as f never exacted to gi around the way I do again, Prof. Harm Young began a singand I want others to know what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ing at the Methodist church Sui.day, Compound has done for me." Mrs.Josn: Cc vsvv., 1GGS Harrison Ave., Much good is hoped for. Miirmount, ( 'inciunati, Ohio. Mrs. Richard Hatter was very bad If you want special nilvirc write to Lydia 1Z. Pinklinm Medily bitten by a large bull dog Saturcine Co. (fonliiW'iitia!) L nn, "Mass. Your letter Will be opened, rend and answered by a woman and held in strict coiiudcncc. day evening when she entered the home of Mrs. Aggie Williams for the A WISE GROCER can be had only from the columns purpose of buying millinery goods. Born to the wife of Morris Walls, It frequently is suggested that of the daily newspaper. All other there cannot lie too much testimony means are sporadic in their effect, a new barber and democrat. He has upon a sound pvopwsitioi. If this be while the newspaper advertising not been named Ollie Morris. T. F. Dunaway and Dailey, his true, it will be advantageous to al only uses its own weight, but enjoys the effect of that which appeared brother have returned home fi;om tradesmen to have the highly intel- ligent views of a St. Paul grocery- - the day before; and will receive add- Beattyville, where they were 'called ' man on the subject of advertised ed impetus fronj that vdiich will ap- by tl'e dfeath of their father. Mr. and Mrs. Obie Francis have jroods. The St. Paul Dispatch has pear tomorrow. returnc1 to their home in Ohio after carried out a contest for retail USE "CASCARETS" FOR a visit to friends here. offering a prize for the best LIVER AND BOWELS Fount Dishon and wife of Stanreasons for carrying1 advertised goods WHEN CONSTIPATED ford, are visiting friends here. submitted under certain rules; and Farmers are getting anxious to go unless some super groceryman comes along, ;t appeai-- that the winner has When Bilious, Headachy, Sick, For to work but it seems that winter has Sour Stomach, Bad Breath, not completed its work yet. appeared. Bad Colds Candidates are beginning to hustle This one says: in these parts. Success to them all. "First The fellow making the arGet a box. ticle believe it good and spends his Take a Cascaret tonight to cleanse KING'S MOUNTAIN money advertising, proving it. your Liver, Stomach and Bowels, Born to the wife of Sebastain "Second The fellow reading the and you will surely feel great by ad thinks the article must be good or morning. You men and women who Chevilett, a baby girl. returned to Mrs. Eliza Murphy money weuld not be spent telling have headache, coared tongue, a bad Stanford last week after several days' people about it. cold, are bilious, upset, nervous, "Third If these two fellows bothered with a sick, gassy, disorder- visit with relatives. She has rented her property to Alonzo Sims. think the article is a good thing they ed stomach, or have backache and Harvey Dishon and family have lose no time in kicking up a rumpus feel all worn out. Are you keeping moved to W. M. Gooch's farm. if I fail to get it on my shelves. your bowels clean with Carcarets Mr. and Mrs. Rigney spent a few "Fourth And when I get it on or merely forcing a passageway evdays in Danville and Cincinnati last my shelves those two fellows get it ery few days with salts, cathartic ofT again. week with relatives. pills or castor oil? Miss Maggie Horton.wbo has held "Fifth And I am going to allow Cascarets immediately cleanse in Cincinnati for some those two fellows to keep on work- and regulate the stomach, remove a position ing for me. That's why I sell adver- the sour, undigested and fermenting time is with her parents here. Elveda Floyd and wife, of Detroit tised goods." food and foul gases; take the excess are here with relatives, having come That these excellent thoughts are bile from the liver and carry off the not merely accidental is proved by constipated waste matter and poison to the bedside of his father. ilic groceryman's additional com- from the bowels. Bishop Charles E. Woodcock, of Remember, a Cascaret tonight will ment upon the matter. He goes on to the Episcopal diocese of Kentucky, straighten you out by morning. A -- ;: enbox from your druggist was greeted with outbursts of 1st," all adveitised groceries and thusiasm at the noonday Lenten sermeans healthy bowel action; a clear te love newspaper advertising is best. head and cheerfulness the Garrick Theater in Philfor months. vice at Why? Because you can got part of adelphia, when, in the course of a 21-- 1 Don't f 01 get the children ilii- noople to ride on street cars some stiring patriotic and religious mesf the time and some of the people to Anieik-ncopper producers have sage, he said, "There is no law that id magazines part of the time, but offered to furnish the Government compels us to be cowards. Peace at 'h'ge days doggone nearly all the with 41,000,000 pounds price God forbid!" of copper any people ure reading newspapers all at a pn o the current mar Senator Ohio M. James was the thv time." ket figure. principal speaker at a dinner given The basic value of advertising has Thirteen-year-olEddie Rosier at Newark, N. J., in honor of Joseph icon found by this observant gro- P. Tumulty , secretary to President is the constant appli- - was drowned at Paducah while tryThat Wilson. The dinner was in the nature a flock of chickens. ition of the urge to purchase which ing to of a. testimonial by the intimate friends of the President's secretary, ooi'ly Ventilated!, school rooms and Kentucky's senior Senator was are a trequent source or colds. Contact with unanimously selected to make the children who have colds is another cause. chief address. a series -' Ht mmi HikKI "For seven long months I suffered foiuale trouble, with severe ;iius in my hack L mid siiles linlil I lnrniiir so wenk I eniilri linrillv w. walk f wim chair to ehair, and jnt so nervous I would jump at thl slightest noie. I was entirely giving up to do my houo work, of .ffl unlit behiff wdl, Vthi'ii my I wis asked mo hopetry to sifter evir Lymn. u.. l'nikliams e&rtablo Compound. I took ix li.ittles and today I am a healthy woman able to do my own housework. I wish every sintering woman would try J.jdia K I'mklianrs and fiiwl out for herself how good Mil. Jvai'.i. A. Ivikso, fJG JNortU Ave., Aurora, 111. I ill from Aurora, 111. ' Born to the wife of Rev. G. W. Owens, n girl on Sunday. Collis Singleton, who ha- - ' en confined to his bed for four c "vc months with rheumatism ing nicely. is iniwiv - Vegetable-Compound- , Pink-ham- 's oil-m- y B. M. Kennedy traded his farm here containing 7fl ncrcs to Phil B. Thompson for his home place in Preachersville containing eight ncrcs and $5 j00 to boot. Mr. Wililam Payne has entered tha ranks of horse trainers. For a new hand ho is getting along fine. B. I. Blankcnahlp and mother, Mrs. visited at Brodhcad. Mrs. William Dyehousc, aged C4 years, died here Friday, the 16th, after an illness of several months of ills incident to old age and a stroke of paralysis which she recently sustained. Her maiden name was Elizabeth Sears, being a daughter of Rev. Jesse Scars, a Methodist preacher of Pulaski county. In 1875 she was united in marriage to William The deceased is survived by her husband and four grown children, Messrs. James Dyehousc, of Dripping Springs, Fred Dyehousc, of this place, Richard Dyehousc, of Hubble and Mrs. William Shaw, of near Crab Orchard, also two brothers, W. R. Sears, of Somerset, and Clinton Sears, of Louisville. The deceased vas n member of the MethouW church, a kind neighbor and her taking away has brought sorrow to a wide circle of her friends and acquaintances. The funeral services were conducted at her late home here by her pastor, Rev. J. M. Robinson after which her mortal remains were laid away in the Preachersville burial ground to await the resurcc-tio- n morn. We extend our sympaty to the bereaved family. Both Mrs. Susan Edmiston and Mrs. Emily Holtzclaw are up again after a lengthy illness. Marindn-BlankcnshiDye-house. SYRUP PEPSIN FAM- - SAFE AND EFFICIENT ILY REMEDY Every member of the family is more or less subject to constipation nnd every home should always be supplied with a dependable remedy to promptly relieve this condition. Whenever the bowels become clogged and the natural process of elimination thereby disturbed, the entire system is affected, and readily subject to attack by diseases. Constipation is a condition that should never be neglected. Mrs. E. R. Gilbert, of Millboro, Vn., says that Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a splendid laxative for children because they like its pleasant taste, and it nets so easily and naturally, without griping or strain, nnd she finds it equally effective for the rest of the family. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a combination of simple laxativvc herbs with pepsin that contains no opiate or narcotic drug. It is mild and gentle in its action, nnd docs not cause pain or discomfort. Druggists every- HIGHLAND yfpflffi! y jJPft'i lis where sell this excellent remedy for fifty cents a bottle. To avoid imitations and ineffective substitutes be sure you get Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. See that a facsimile of Dr. Caldwell's signature and his portrait appear on the yellow carton in which the bottle is packed. A trial bottle, free of charge can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. 455 Washington St., B. Caldwell, Monticcllo, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hatfield, of Danville, arc visiting relatives here this week. Mrs. Lillic Sexton and son, William, who have been over near Stanford for the past two months have returned home. Mrs. Rillie Chestnut and her daughter, Mrs. Maymc Young went MILLINERY, MARCH 24th. We will be glad to have, the ladies call and see our display of spring and summer goods. We have everything new and in sport and dress hats. Wc solicit your patronage. Mrs. Pettus and Miss Jones, 23-- 1 Crab Orchard. te SAND, NOT SAWDUST 1 n, s the courthouse where the fire is supposed to have started, and that the only box which contained sawdust was in the jury room on the South side, and that it was a very small one. Mr. DeBorde thinks the janitor ran out of sand and unthoughtedly substituted sawdust. Jailer George F. DeBorde tells the I. J. that it was sand, not sawdust, in the boJfc that, sat in the corner Cyf to Stanford shopping last Saturday. Some of our farmers have begun gardening, making tobacco beds, etc. Mrs. Jake Young remains quite ill. An infant of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Flannery was buried at the Methodist church Monday. Mr. M. G. Young, who has been laid up for some days with a crippled leg is able to be out again. Mrs. Lillie Roberts and baby spent shingles. last week here with her parents, Mr. Iva L. Hollar, whe went to Burn-sid- e and Mrs. Nathan Hall. W. G. Acton and daughter, Mu4o have Dr. Gamblin to remove a growth from his gums has return- riel spent the day with his brother's family at Waynesburg last Tuesday. ed much improved. three-year-old John Rogers, who sold his farm hero some time since to W. Daily Hutchison will go to Danville for this year and engage in hauling. Mr. Albert Padgett sold 15 acres of his farm to his brother, John M. Padgett for $200. John Green sold to John Hart a mule for $120. Hardin Young, who has been attending Union College at Barbour-villsince Christmas is at home to help about farm work. Since the cyclone at New Castle, Ind., several of our neighbors have dug cellars. Messrs. Burton & Faulkner are quite busy sawing lumber, ties and Mr. e, Colds Coughs Catarrh ally checking A trinity of evils, closely allied, that afflict most people, and which follow one on the other, in the order named, until the last one is spread through the system, leading to many evils. But their course can be checked. PERUNA CONQUERS when used promptly for 10-ce- nt overcoming it in a few days. Ample evidence nas proved tnat It is even of more value In overcoming chronic catarrh, dispelling the inflammatory conditions, enabling the diseased membranes to perform their natural functions, and toning up the entire system. The experience of thousands is a safe guide to what it may be expected to do for you. Liquid or tablets both tested by the public and approved: .. THE PERUNA COMPANY, COLUMBUS, OHIO It is of ereat value it and a cold, usu MT. MORIAH children were pleasant guests of Mr. The young folks enjoyed an oyster supper at Mr. Shell Reeds last Saturday night. Mr. Henley Bastin, of Lancaster, was the guest of his uncle, J. D. Bastin last Saturday. Mrs. Joe Wells gave the young folks a party one night last week. Quite a number of young folks were there and had a good time. Miss Toy Hutchison and Miss Vcrda Flannery were guests of Miss Mamie Berry last Sunday. Misses Josio and Lizzie Warficld were guests of Mrs. Shell Reed last Sunday. It has begun to seem like spring and Mrs. Burton Spires. must be approaching by the humming of the and whistling of the farmer boys and the sweet songs of the spring bird. Mrs. Jesse Flannery is on the sick list her many friends will be sorry to saw-mi- ll " , 10-ce- OhLooklV m won't hurt me! That's m I can eat 'em all they be- - k re-- . one-ha- lf I I ' met and that's why they're pure, tempting, tatty, whole- some that's why they won't k cause they're made v;ith Calu- - know. Mrs. J. H. Boone and Mrs. C. L. Dawes were pleasant callers of Mrs. Burton Spires Monday afternoon. Miss Mary A. Boone has returned home after spending a week at Somerset with her brother, S. T. Boone. Jesse Flannery had a valuable cow to die a few days ago. Mrs. Privett and daughter were guests of her daughter, Mrs. Jesse I m Flannery recently. George Montgomery sold to G. W. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Hutchison and Wells a work mare for $89. d Received Highest Awards Una Cut nulFiitin Silt drafty Damp clothing and wet feet are often responsible for that croupy cough, sore throat and tight chest. Dr. King's New Discovery is the remedy for your children when they catch cold. Grown-up- s like it too. For nearly 50 years it has been used in bronchial affec&i tions with satisfactory results. It quickly loosens the cough and checks the cold. Your druggist has sold it for years. Try it. m H .Jlik mu ailli .;..m. s vfc,Tr"'"i tatfV -- Secreary Tumuly has. sent a letter to Thomas F. Martin, Secretary of State of New Jersey, urging that the Democratic party in New Jersey support looal option in the regulation of the liquor traillc. Ho suggested that the Democrats of the New Jersey Legislature can, by with the Republicans, make this question nonpartisan. "President Wilson has been backed to the wall by Germany, but ho is not willing to be backed through the wall," said Senator Atlee pomerene, of Ohio, in an address at a Jackson day banquet at Concord, N. H. Thomas Rodman, aged 71, is dead at Frankfort. Ho was the last surviving son of Gen. John Rodman. ipi J m In-de-str-u- Ross Metal ilo c-to The Silo that fills a long felt want. Results obtained from the use of a Metal Silo are far beyond expectations. Silago contains by fnr a larger percentage of food value, more uniform preservation, taste and color, naturally far more productive in results. The Most Permanent Silo because if Cant Blow Down,Buckle,Twistor Collapse iiiimnrTTTr ir,v LHkf'?rTBr j- - viz. ;.-- ' . jggj Cheap and big can Baking Powders donot save you money. Calumet does It's pure and far superior to sour milk and soda. of Metal Siloj are our references. Any question of the durability of metal silos has been completely answeied by their continued use without defects of any kind. The Kansas Exncrimont Station nnh. lish In their Report No. 129 the fact that they havo metal silos which have been in use since 1903 and that sam e aro as good as when first erected. Those who desiro to erect a Silo fro m the standpoint of permanency and 99 food value preservation should seo me before purchasing and examine my silo and silage. Sold by kcbibis uro io mo luncst extent and Is storm propf. No skilled labor required to erect it. Can be increased in hcL'ht at any time. Special Metal is warranted not to bo effected by acid in silage or climatic conditions. The users J. O. Newland, Stanford, Ky. , Alio Agent for Rom Wood Silo and Rots Silo Fillers. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 23, 1917 Page Three - ED How About Your Hair Brush? Hasjt become a little bald? Or a little anything else that you don't like? it's about time for a new one Come in and look over our easeful of If them. From a couple of dollars down to couple of quarters. a QUALITY, ACCURACY AND FAIR DEALING ThePennyDrugStore Phone No. 2 E. R. Coleman, Prop. Stanford, Ky. Jl DAVIS STORE James Hunt sold n horse to Fred Nickula for $120. Mr Hunt also sold n pair of mules to Morgan Slushcr for $200. Miss Mittle McKinney of Gnrrard is visiting relatives and friends in this section. John Singleton, who has been working in the coal mines in the mountains near the Tennessee lino, hns moved with his family to this neighborhood. Aunt Cindy James is quite sick at this writing. Wm. Anderson has bought between 10 and 50 barrels of corn In the last week from various German farmers at $5 per barrel. Tom Anderson sold a horse to Earl Russell for $100 and bought a fdly from T. Antonia for $95. Ollic Kidd has begun building his house on the ground where his house burned a year or so ago. M. II. Johnson and Preston Tucker have put in telephones. Wm. Anderson bought a bunch of hogs from Mr. Gutenson at from 10. to 11 cents. Henry Davis has just finished the unexpired term of school at Sugar "WHY WOMEN CANNOT SLEEP." oj&9- - CAP J 'I p; l i iff, ? ,. 'i I fVS3HTWy wj.hr B'l "5fe9 The highly organircd, finely strung nervous syMcm of women subjects them to terror of nervous apprehension which no man can ever appreciate. The tieaco of mind, the mental poisx and calmness under tlilhrultirs, which is ncciwnrv for hnnnv womatihood. is only nossibfenvhen the Fcnitive feminine orgamsin is in a perfectly healthy condition. It tliere be any weakness or in thw respect no remedy in (lie world completely rest ores womanly health, nervous vigor and capability as the wonderful "Favorite Prescription" invented liv Dr. R. V. J'ierec. It purifies, heal and Ktrcnut liens; insures functional regular! t; provides physical U'infnrecinrnt and fctislaiiiing power at periods of tpccial weakness and depression Covington, Kv. "For about twenty years I have known of Dr. PiereeH Grove. Favorite Prescription. I began using it because a friend recommended it. When A sneak thief entered the residence run down, nervous and dragging around n of Mrs. W. B. Goode and after ran- I used several bottles of this helps me just as it sacking a suit case and trunk left remedy. It always do. is advertised to It is the most after taking a note for a small pleasant and the bet woman's medicine amount, which had been left in a I have ever used. I have recommended o well-know- THIS BUCKEYE $8.50 FREIGHrPAID 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. The Climate is Delightful on the Beautiful Mississippi GULF COAST DURING" MARCH AND APRIL Enjoy tlie kalnnj air one! sunshine in ibis enchanting land of flowers. Plaij golf or tennis, motor, fish, sail or row. Low round trip fares, and convenient train service.- small pocket case. The effects of Mrs. Goode were packed preparatory to moving to French avenue. A thorough search of the house failed to Winreveal anything else missing. chester Sun. Mrs. Goode formerly lived in this city. WOULD CONNECT CHICAGO WITH NEW YORK Pub-Ss- h it to several others. My daughter has as good results as aKo used it wfth I have." Mas. Luciwtia Giuso.v, 133S Greenup St. jut SAUFLEY The farmers of this community are getting busy about their crops. Rev. Bowling filled his regular ap- This Week's Seed Prices: Red Clover Seed, per bushel, $12.00 " Sapling or Mammoth, 12.00 Timothy, per bushel, 2.85 Northwestern Altalfa,per bushel, 10.40 White Seed Oats, per bushel, .87 Fancy Fancy Fancy Fancy The Type Ued In One Year To Endorsements of Doan's Kidney Pills Tickets to Now Orleans and Gull Coast points via Louisville eV Naskvlllo R. R., permit sido trip to Pcusacola at sliglit cost. For illustrated literature, schedules, etc, apply to local representatives of trie Louisvlllo & Nastville R. R. or address R. D. Pusey, General Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kij. .1 Of the many kidney remedies on the market today, none other is rec ommended like Doan's Kidney Pills. Forty thousand benefitted poopla gladly testify in the newspapers of hundred their own towns. Forty-fiv- e American newspapers publish this homo proof of Doan's merit. The type used in one year to tell this wonderful story would make a solid column of metal twice as high as the world's highest mountain. Placed end to end the lines of type would reach from New York to Chicago. These miles of good words told by 40,000 tongues sound glad tidings to any Stanford sufferer who wants relief from kidney and bladder ill. Here's a Stanford case. Don't experiment. Use the remedy endorsed by people you know. pointment at Logan's Creek Sunday. J. M. Lovell has returned home from Somerset, after a long visit to his daughter, Mrs. Jones. Mr. J. M. Ware attended the of his sister, Mrs. Henry Bourne last week. Mr. Silas Jones, of Somerset, is visiting C. W. Lovell and Mrs. J. M. Ware. Mrs. Susie Adams and Mrs. attended the funeral of their Mrs. Henry Bourne. Miss Elizabeth Lovell was the guest of Misses Jennie and Sarah Sampson a few days ago. Miss Ida Floyd has retunred home from Somerset, where she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Sam Boone. Rev. Childress filled his regular appointment at Fair View, the second fun-oral Freight Paid to Your Station. Bags Extra At Cost. Ald-rid- sister-in-la- r0)d&mdMiinKi& WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Covington, Kentucky Sunday. Miss Mayme Lewis was the guest of Misses Ida and Laura Floyd Sunday. , Mr. Albert Baugh and bride have moved to the W. F. Disiion place. NEWS PRINT COMMISSION The Federal Trade Commission plans to supervise the sale and distribution of news print paper through a board of five members. One member is to represent the manufac turers and jobbers, one the large publishers and one the small publishers and two the commission. Members who have just returned to Washington from New York declare that the consumption of paper threatens to outstrip the production of news print. FIELD SEEDS Seed Corn, White and Yellow; Clover, Timothy, chard Grass, German Millet Seed, Etc. Or- Collar Pads All Sizes, 18 to 24 at 40 Cents Turnersville Supply Co. Turnersville, Kentucky MrsW. II. Hill, E Main St. Stanford, says: "I do not hesitate to endorse Doan's Kidney Pills. I and others in my family Tiavc been bene fitted by this medicine. I felt run down and tired out and had dizzy spells and headaches. There were pains and soreness and a dull ache across my back. Another of the fam ily used Doan's Kidney Pills with so much benefit I tried them and they soon relieved the backache and put my kidneys in good order." Price o0c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Co., n Mrs. Hill had. 21-- 1 Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Foster-Milbur- 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 The Junction City Lumber Incorporated Co. Phone 17 and 21 es-Z- Junction City, Ky. S THE UNIVERSAL CAR In the scale of advancing business costs, Ford travel continues the same positive economy. City and country salesmen, manufacturers, merchants, professional men every demand for motor car transportation is satisfied in the Ford car at about two cents a mile to operate and maintain. Over 1,750,000 Ford cars are making performance and profit every day. Runabout $315, Touring Car $3(50, Coupclet $505, Town Car $595, Sedan $045 all f. o. b. Detroit. Place your order now. H. C. Anderson, Agent Stanford, Ky. Berlin, in its official communication, says that in the retreat of the Germans they have made the field selected for the coming engagement with the Entente forces useless from a military standpoint, having rendered everything unserviceable which could have been of advantage for their operations. A high German military authority told the Associated Press that the maneuver of the Ger mans had ended the plans of the Entente for their spring offensive, and weather aches follow that from strong new positions the Soothe and relieve them with Sloan's LiniGermans will give battle to the British and French as they como across ment, easy to apply, it quickly penetrates without robbing. Cleaner the devastated battlefield. than mussy plasters or ointments, The legislature, does not stain the skin. Massachusetts working under n suspension of rules For rheumatic pains, neuralgia, in response to a special message from gout, lumbago, sprains, strains, Governor McCall passed an appro- bruise3 and stiff sore muscles, have priation of $1,000,000 for use in de- Sloan's Liniment handy. fense of the commonwealth in the At all druggists, 25c. 50c, and $1.00. event of war. It was passed and signed within two and a half hours after the receipt of the special message. WESSn $& ?SSr-- " 90t -- $ 4iU A Sn Cold V70UR Crossetts at will laugh the weather and smile up at you when it shines. 11 1 Anil we've yet to hearof a Crossctt shoe wearing out the welcome its solid comfort. Here's, as fine a fitting model MF'yr1 . F ' yA Iixtra von ever admired. liigli arcli (or comfort and a medium high toe (urtt)le. North Abington, Mass, Maltrs asyou eerwore. As handsome a scamlos lllnchrrai Steele & Burton, Agents Hustonville, Ky. County Attorney Frank Ripy, of Anderson county, who is Captain and regimental supply officer, was commissioned Lieutenant Colonel of the Second Reigment, K. N. G., by Gov. Stanley. He succeeds Lieut. Nkhrlas Romanoff, former Czar Col. J. S. Webb, of Whitesburg, who of Russia, will find refugo in Switresigned. zerland or France, and only remain in Crimea temporarily. Since the cenDavid Overton, convicted murder- sorship has been lifted it has come to er of Judge W. Thomas Lawler, of light that numerous attempts to warn Huntsville, Ala., and two other con- tho Czar of impending events fell on victs who escaped from tho county deaf ears, especially when his adjail at Birmingham with him were visors tried to call tho unpopularity surrounded by a sheriff's posse in a of tho Empress to his notice. Birmingham suburb and shot to death. POSTED M. D. Elmore. Ltwis A. Crossltt, Inc. xc-- ' L V""Il","'Vi "Makes life's ZOalk Easy" Priced $6 to $JO Crossett'Shoe ROBINSON'S wiwrmr tmuti r"5-- " " Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 23, 1917 The Interior Journal E. C. Walton and Intend at J. H. Wright t tht pntttfftee at Stanford, Ky., Meant elan mfl matter. Roth Itsnrs a wpck, prr 7PKr............l(!n 1.00 rwlce a week, for 8 month..........-......- .. 75 Twice ft work, for fi month 40 Twice a werlc, for 3 months............ Once it wrck, either Issue, per year........ 1.0P e to nil! P Suhncrlptlnna re prr stop when time for which it ii paid, IB up 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. . v BKBayr) WPL01' money in. Sp bank. ,r? '". IB V In The Interior Journal l nnthorlted to announce the following candidates for nfflce to the Democratic primary the first Saturday In August, 1017. (Annonncement fee for each county office la $10 : for district or flee. 15: for city or magisterial office 15. No tinnotinccmrnt w ill be made until fee ii paia Political Announcements. We have picked winners in ndrance.) For State Senator JAY W. HARLAN II. CLAY KAUFFMAN v Adler Collegian Clothes and our other high grade furnishings Forjyears the verdict of our customers has proved this yond a doubt. be- J. R. MOUNT. lHiHSl'3!3sssw "'' 'rMy'n For Sheriff J. II. LIVINGSTON. For County Judge M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE M. S. BAUGHMAN. W. S. DRYE. For County To plnnt, 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 J. S. OWSLEY. Attorney' W. S. BURCII W. B. HANSFORD Put YOUR money in OUR bank. We pay three per cent interest. W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMER JOHN J. MOSER For Assessor J. N. CASH For Magistrate 1st Dist. J. T. DUDDERAR For Magistrate Hustonville District SAM M .OWENS. WAR SEEMS CERTAIN Recognizing the urgent necessity For Representative II. G. SKILES. For Jailer 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 The Lincoln County National Bank "Corner Next to Court House" Stanford, Kentucky m hot water bottles in your home ache and rheumatism, too. When Little Willie Gets the Tummy Ache! puckery persimmons or too much jelly cake. Old" fashioned belliake is acute indigestion. Grve the sufferer a good big dose of castor oil and apply a hot water bottle to the spot of greatest paia The youngsters just will eat green apples or You ought to have one of our guaranteed for neuralgia, tootlv We goods to be had. carry the highest quality of rubber Is Wednesday by Undertaker J. L., Beazley and sent to Louisville for Superb Decorations.- Concerts Daily. burial there. The work was done by The railroad heads may ha"c made order of a sister, Miss Lula Prewitt, only of its kind in Blue Grass a virtue of a necessity and had a: leak who has a lot in Cave Hill cemetery. from the supreme court, but we will DR. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacist give them credit for patriotic moJ. W. ACEY, Proprietor CENTENARIAN CELEBRATES tives, when after deciding to refuse Waller Jenkins, 'of Mercer, cele r. the demands of the threatened strik- brated his 100th birthday with a fam ers, they promptly changed their ily reunion. Five generations were minds and granted them whan present. He has eighteen childreen, apprized of the reckless destruction 113 grandchildren, 183 great grandFORof three American vessels by German children, 36 great great grandchilsubmarines. The same patriotic mo- dren and one great great great Washburn-Crosb- y tive can not be ascribed, however, to grandchild. the brotherhoods who took a most unStudents, alumni and faculty memfortunate time for the safety of the country to insist on a compliance or bers of Transyvania College will orsuffer a strike, even before the su- ganize a volunteer company of soldpreme court could render a decision. iers, to be available in case of war While the result seems to be a big and a call for volunteers. Quality Guaranteed and Price, Right. Fresh Bread Daily. Flei.ch-mann'. Yeast Daily. Give me a trial victory for the men, it may not prove you come to this big show in the end, since it renders their so most effective weapon the strike to look up the Saxon exhibit. hereafter of no effect as it provides that both sides shall abide the 1$ is for your decision of a commission in all dis Next Door to First National Bank still open. agreements. The eight hour day with Stanford, Kentucky the corresponding rate for over time have a car get our tfl If you will cost the railroads $50,000,000 a year, which will eventually come out "Special Show Prices on J. H. Yowell of Hustonville, sold FOR SAT.Rjr. K i ... to John Ruble, one pair of mules for of the people, but it is phasing to u' youns ewes. 20 lambs in Z, flock now. the $335. They know that the country will not again Rood ones J. M. Cress, Stanford, for years at least, be,menaeed by tho F D No- 24-possibility of a paralysis of traffic CENT ADS and business generally by a railroad (Ads here r 1 eeai a word Caen issue, etsh CHOICE ENSILAGE with order; no aa less than 25o each issue.) SEED CORN grows io to 14 feet tall; yields as The little White nullet. COMING Tho Woman's Club JXCOIO'Or.VrKD Lit01!"SUPpIytHr which was entered in the egg laying Minstrel in April. of Prico hulhni contest, inaugurated by the ExperiJones Baughman, Moreland! Lexington, Ky. ment Station of Kentucky Main St. FOR SALLE 20 bushels of hemp Universi24-seed. J. E. Bruce, Stanford. ty, is showing what a hen can do n when she's a mind to. She beat them MILLINERY SBE the Ford animated pictures OPENING, March all by laying 00 eggs in CO days, but You will get first-claat the opera house Saturday night. 1 not content with her victorv she 'forhml m? work, and you will get keeps right u long at it and Wednes ".. ". cnimren. to iau.; ii "'"t...:j. when promised, for WANTED To rent 40 or 50 Th n..i,i! it ili i iiiiiimiiif day laid her 7rth egg in 75 consecuacres of good grass land. W .C. :. having work done tive days and tho end does not apMountain. Shanks, Stanford. pear yet. It used to be the goose that p when promised is one lnid the golden egg, but she has had of the rules of this office. FOR SALPt u... , might as well wear good clothes while you're at it. People reYou MR. MOTORIST Try some of of to give awuy to tho hen. since etrirs . a Jot spect you for it. You'll respect yourself. You won't need to spend the Monticello gasoline at Ander- you hemp seed. If you prefer, send the jure so high, and this one seems not save tho and Simply drop a great deal of money or to have your clothes made. son's Garage. You'll like it. order by mail or bring only to lay them right along but to ?eo mo at once Cnil" : : : Jt t t and try on what we have to show. in W. New bo worth her weight in gold. it to the office in person. snford Drug Co. AUTO SERVICE anywnere; day Phono 13. uwwmmiwfflwmwwm or night; reasonable prices. Call Tho Legislature is another step HEMP BREAK" phone 234. T. H. Eads. acres Let Us Show You "ave 20 nearer the goal. Tho Houso passed tho brakes. Me" make IJ'JSi? pIey of tho Gardner bill to classify property What We Can Do Second-hanFOR SALE. type- day; w MP Ucil as $5 Per Kentucky for luxation, f) to 20, Representawriter. In good condition. A bargain. Pay highest prfeo. PcaW w board ami house tive Gooch voting in tho affirmative. Adams Bros., Hustonville. uosn J0"es, Stanford. f Ky. and active as greased lightning. Our castor oil in bulk or capsule as slick in the present acute crisis in our National affairs and of a positive and prompt declaration of war with Germany, to bo prosecuted with the determination to show the imperial govern ment that though we have been slow to anger under the most provocative insults that there is a point beyond which the ruthless Kaiser cannot go and not be held to the strictest account, the president has reconsidered his call for the convening of Congress April 16 and issued another fixing the date April 2. With studied disregard of every right of this country, the Kaiser has with devilish design caused everything that the president informed him would be regarded as "overt," to be done and there seems nothing left but a fight to the finish with a friend, who seems determined to draw us into war. which we have used every effort to avoid. The issue has been forced upon us by a maddened despot, who is turningHhe whole world against him and preparing for the inevitable and dee'rvd annihilation that is bound to be his The bloody, thirsty, would be world conqueror i3 doomed to early destruction if the signs of the times are at all readable and Virginia's motto "Sic Semper Tyrannis" will be particular applicable as the leaden foot crushes him to death. of congressional McRoberts & Bailey The bill reduces the state rate of taxation to 40 cents and exempts farm implements, farm machinery, products in course of manufacture and their raw material, money in hand, notes, bonds, accounts and other credits from local taxation. The bill is about as the commission reported and is based on the rather er roneous belief that with the rate reduced people will be more honest in giving in their property for taxation. The Fashion Art League, which has just held a meeting in Chicago THIRD ANNUAL AUTO SHOW Uexington, Kentucky decreed that "women walking skirts will be shorter than before. So will evening gowns, in a way. That is, they will be longer below but shorter above." It is pleasant to reflect that Shelburne's Hall South Broadway even with war hanging over the country and the high cost of living putting many of us on the blink, there yet may always be discerned a silver lining to the cloud and something good to look forward to. MISS PREWITT'S BODY REMOVED Tho remains of Miss Ida Prewitt, who died at the home of C. E. Tate in this city in 1892, were exhumed HALF MILLION DOLLAR EXHIBIT OF HIGH CLASS PLEASURE AND COMMERCIAL CARS Two The Lincoln Pharmacy The thing the Automobile Show When be sure The agency PHONE No. 210 -- Lexington, March 28, 29, 30, 31 Gold Medal Flour Fresh Groceries Best of Fresh Meats county Harry N. Jones 4WORD already Tires." r! tf Phoenix Motor Car Co. tie-u- p. Lou-hor- 250 East when you want that next job tdiy - Printing ss 24-l- 4t Wear Good Clothes W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, .. 24-t- f. jk. & &XL 24-l- ?'' ?" is I)rofit-BrynnU- 24-2- t. pT.,"p mM..?Ml' at - 14-4- 'to jrT 23-t- d 11 24-t- ,,, 'W f Mft.SM't 'l J ' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 23, 1917 Page Five list "Ms-It,- " Lift It's Gone! PREPAREDNESS For 35 years this Bank has been PREPARED and READY to serve its. customers, and is NOW READY! ,- - Corn Bight Off loosens-a- nd Shrivels, 'Must like tnklnn tho lluott that's how ensy you can lift n. corn oft your too nftcr It has been treated with " tho wonderful discovery, Octs-It- .' Hunt tho wldo world over nnd you'll nothing bo magic, slmplo and llnd You folks who easy as "(Jots-It.- " mm "0-o-- r V K End Cora and Stop Pain Quickly With Gels-It" OF INTEREST HERE items arc taken The following from Knnsas City dailies nnd will be rend with interest by people hero: Mrs. Willinm A. Shelton entertained one hundred guests witli a ten party todny to meet Mrs. Shelton M. Saufley, of Stanford, Ky. A basket of spring flowers was on the ten table. Mrs. Shelton was assisted by: Mrs. Glenn, Mr. Fred C. W. Ernest Hoosc, Mrs. William Guthrie Riggs, Mrs. John B. Pew, Mrs. I). A. Brown, Mrs.. E. II. Sunderlnnd, .Mrs. Arthur Mrs. Thomas Stone F. Musgruve. McMillen was the hostess of a bridge party Wednesday afternoon St. Regis. A musical program was given by Dr. Edgar U. Gnrriton. Favors were won by Mrs. Elmer v. Fukcrson, Mrs. W. G. Riggs, Mrs. Shelton M. Saufley, of Stanford, Ky., Mrs. Ernest V. Hess and Hrs. Thomas II. Morlcdge. There were fifty guests. Mrs. M. A. Saufley will give a dinner Monday night at her home, 2115 Linwood Boulevard, in honor of Mrs. Shelton M. Saufley, of Stanford, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick S. Craig, 11827 Brooklyn avenue, announce the birth, Monday, Mnrch 12, of a son", whom they have named Frederick S. Craig, Jr. Mrs. Craig was Miss Elizabeth McCurdy. You Can Make Excellent Cake with Fewer Eggs Just use an additional quantity of Royal Baking" Powder, about a teaspoon, in place of each egg omitted. This applies equally well to nearly all baked foods. Try the following recipe according to the new way: cup ftugnr cup milk at the CREAM LAYER CAKE Old "Way New 'Way 1 1 1 Bank Opens 9 A. M. Bank Closes 3 P. M. ii M 3 1 2 cupn flour 2 tcaopoons Royal eccs cup Baling Powder 2 cups flour A cup sugnr cup milk teaspoon flavoring shortening 1 CEB 2 tablespoon 1 teaspoons Royal flaklnc Powder shortening teaspoon flavoring The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. J. S. HOCKER, President S. T. HARRIS, Vice-Preside- H. C. BAUGHMAN, C. HAYS FOSTER, Caihier Ant. Cashier W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. Bookkeeper PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Little John Owsley Reid has been ill for several days with a deep cold. Miss Belle Denny has taken rooms in the home of Mrs. Bcttie McKin- ncy. ard. Miss Mary Burdette is the guest of Mrs. R. L. Collier at Crab Orch- J. W. Acey was in Louisville this week buying goods for his drug store. Jake Robinson, of Lancaster, is the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. B. Paxton. Wm. T. Howard, of Atlanta, Ga., is the guest of R. L. Collier at Crab Orchard. G. H. Masters made a business trip to East Bernstadt and Londo" Wednesday. Mrs. Laura Hundley has been ill at her home on Logan avenue for several days. Mrs. R. L. Berry is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. R. Watts, at Nashville, Tenn. E. R. Hutchings, of Woodford county, was here this week looking after his interests. Miss Lena McCall, of Mt. Vernon, was the attractive guest of her brother, Logan McCall, and wife. Mrs. J. R. Mount, of Lancaster, came over Thursday to see her brother, H. J. McRoberts and family. Underwood, of Mrs. Patterson Louisville, has been the guest of her brother, J. C. Eubanks, and family. Mrs. David Brynes has returned to her home at Bardstown, after a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Edward Oaks. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pruitt, who have been the guests of their daughter, Mrs. W. D. Welburn, went to Moreland Thursday. Mr. R. E. Lee Sims left Wednesday 'afternoon for Collinsvillc, 111., in answer to a telegram stating that his brother, Dr. Morgan Sims, was ill. Mrs. Susan Yeager returned Tuesday night from a protracted and delightful visit to her sister, Mrs. Joseph E. Johnston, in Pittsburgh, Pa. R. L. Berry, of Hustonville, left Monday for Orangeville, Ohio, where he will attend a big sale of milking Shorthorns. He will return Saturday. Mrs. S. C. VanArsdale, of Springfield, who has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. H. M. Noe, left Thursday for Somerset to make a visit before returning home. Mrs. Carlo Brittain of Philadelphia who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. H. Shanks, went up to Madison Wednesday to visit her parents, Col. and Mrs. T. E. Balwdin. H. C. Carpenter, Mrs. J. G. Carpenter and Miss Jcsophine Carpenter went to Lexington Tuesday to see "Everywoman" palyed at the opera house Tuesday afternoon. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to euro In all Its stages and that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's and Catarrh Mediclno Is taken Internally Suracts thru the Dlood on tho Mucous faces of the System thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the patient strength by building up the con. doing Its stltutlon nnd assisting naturo In so much work. The proprietors have of faith In the curative powers offerHalls One Catarrh Mediclno that they Hundred Dollars for any rase that It falls to cure. Send for lint of testimonials. Address V. J. CHRNRY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Druggist. 75c. Mrs. W. H. Denton, who has been tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Adelia Woods, went to Paint Lick to visit another sister, Mrs. II. L. Wallace, before returning to her homo at Lexington.- Mr. Luke S. Jones, of Middles-boris hero under tho treatment of his son, Dr. L. J. Jones. Mr. Jones was a resident of Stanford in 1808, having chargo of tho L. & N. depot here in that year. o, $100 Reward, $100 BURIAL AT LANCASTER Tho body of J. E. .McMillan, 10 years old, a grocer at 052 West Mng-noglHon. J. N. Saunders is in Louisstreet, will be taken to Lanville today. caster, Ky., this morning for burial. Charles Lutes will arrive from Sold in Stanford and recommend- His death occurred at 0:30 o'clock Goldsboro, N. C, tonight. Wednesday evening following a year's Dr. Stifler, of Bristol, Va., is the ed as the world's best corn remedy illness-otuberculosis. He is survivf by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The guest of Miss Cora Nunncllcy. ed by his wife, four brothers and two Penny Drug Store. E. O. Gooch, Crab Orchard's Clev sisters. Courier Journal. er postmaster, was a caller Thurs day. PICTURE SHOW PARTY SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER Hunter Peel, of Nicholasville, was On last evening Miss Esther Special Sunday dinner at the St. here today hunting good saddle Burch gave a picture show party in Asaph, fifty cents. horses. honor of Miss Oliie Woodson, of KanMENU Mrs. T. W. Jones has been sas City. The picture was, "A Woman Baked Chicken to her home for several days on in the Case," with Pauline Frederick. Celery Lettuce account of illness. After the show the guests went to Cream Potatoes Congressman and Mrs. Harvey the Princess, where delicious ices, Corn Pudding Slaw Helm have moved from Mrs. Mattic cakes and mints were served. The Peas Coffee Milk Withers' to his flats. guests were: Mrs. T. A. Rice, Mrs. Cake Sherbet County Attorney W. S. Burch has J. S. Rice, Mrs. W. G. Withers, Miss Special music has been arranged returned from Crab Orchard consid Susan Fishqr Woods, Mrs. W. H. for' during the meal. Dinner will be erably improved in helth. Shanks, Miss Ollie Woodson, Miss served at 12:15. If convenient, telMrs. M. C. Newland and little Annie McKinney. Mrs. C. Hays Fosdaughter, Margie, . are visiting rela ter, Miss Sue Taylor Engleman ana ephone your reservations. tives near Crab Orchard. Mrs. Alfred Pence. One thousand students from the Mrs. J. L. Penny, of Perryville, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. B. D. TUESDAY CLUB ENTERTAINED Eastern Normal School at Richmond The Tuesday Afternoon Club was Vent to Frankfort, Wednesday to Carter, at the St. Asaph Hotel. M. Saufley, Sunbright, entertained by Mrs. Robert Tevis witness the Kentucky Legislature in James of Tenn., is here today with his brother, Bruce on Wednesday afternoon. An session. H. R. Saufley and sister, Mrs. G. L. elaborate five course luncheon was served. The table was beautiful, the Penny. Mrs. Rella Arnold Francis, of Lan centerpiece being a large basket of caster, is here for her millinery pink roses. After the luncheon the opening at the Style Shop today and guests were given tiny bits of cardboard, cut in different shapes to tomorrow. Miss Mary Walden Gooch went to make what they could. Mrs. E. J. Lexington Thursday to attend tho Brown was the first to succeed, mak- has her way of getting rid of such dibanquet at the Phoenix Hotel and to ing the letter T. The guests and seases as Rheumatism, Kidney Troumembers pressent were: Mrs. A. H. ble, Liver Disorders and Blood Trouvisit friends. Mrs. George Farris, of Lebanon, Severance, Mrs. E. J. Brown, Mrs. T. bles. All that is claimed for ARLO is up for the day visiting Miss Mar- A. Rice, Mrs. J. S. Rice, Mrs. H. C. is this to assist "Nature" in her tha Ewing Terhune at Dr. T. W. Baughman, Mrs. J. W. Baughman, work. Miss Ollie Mrs. H. J. McRoberts, Pennington's. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Collier, Mr. Woodson and Mrs. J. C. Bailey. Howard and Miss Mary Burdette MRS. J. S. RICE ENTERTAINS motored to this city from Crab OrMrs. J. S. Rice entertained the chard Thursday. "The Marvel of Modern Medicines" Logan McCormack, who is Bridge Club and a few guests ThursMrs. Danthe guest of her mother, Mrs. J. M. day afternoon at her home on Sanders at Lancaster, is ill and not ville avenue. The colors were yellow will Medicine This Wonder and green and were artistically car- strengthen your entire system and able to return home. Miss Ella May Blanford, of Living- ried out in the delightful salad course tone up your body. By cleansing ston, has been at Dr. Brown's sani- that was served. The members and the system, it will assist Nature in tarium for several weeks and is great- guests were: Mrs. E. P. Woods, Miss getting rid of the Uric Acid (the Susan Fisher Woods, Miss Sue Tayly improved in health. prime cause of Rheumatism,) also Mrs. L. B. Hilton and mother, Mrs. lor Engleman, Mrs. Annie Engleman, the stagnated blood. Mrs. R. T. Bruce, Miss Levisa Harrh, J. R. Cass, of Brodhead, who have ARLO will bring you back to that been visiting Mrs. Tharpe at Junc- Mrs. E. J. Brown, Mrs. T. J. Hill. natural tone and activity and help Mrs. W. H. Shanks, Mrs. A. C. Hill, tion City, have returned. Natuiu all around. W. D. Edmiston, one of tho hust- Mrs. C. Hays Foster, Miss Lyle Moping around wever gets you ling Edmiston Bros., of Crab Orch- Cooper, Miss Ollie Woodson, of Kan anywhere excepta sick bed. If you sas City, Mo Mrs. O. P. Nuchols, of ard, was down this morning having to help Nature get back Pineville, Mrs. George (jg Menefee, need a tonic printing done at this office. to herself again take ARLO. Em-brColeman Lutes, who is a recruiting of Birmingham, Ala., Mrs. S. J. Make up your mind to keep movand Mrs. T. A. Rice. officer in the U. S. army, now heading and you will be surprised to find quartered at Louisville, is at home how soon you will feel better after ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE with his father, John Lutes, who is of Mrs. William H. Shanks was hos- taking your first few doses very ill. tess of a Bridge party Tuesday af- ARLO. Greeley Lutes is up from Middle-bur- g ARLO is sold exclusively in Stanin honor of her sister, Mrs. with his father, Mr. John ternoon Carlo Brittain, of Philadclpha, Pa., ford at Lutes, who suffered a paralytic THE PENNY DRUG STORE Miss Ollie Woodson, of Kansas stroke yesterday, but who is doing and The E. R. Coleman, Prop. City. house was beautifully decwell today. orated for the occasion. All rooms Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Price, of Lanin yellow and white except the caster, stopped over here with his were dining room which was in pink nnd brother, Dr. A. S. Price on their rewhite. The salad and ice course turn home. They have been spending which was served was in yellow and the winter in Florida. white. The guests were: Mrs. Carlo Mesdames F. Reid, Charles P. CeBrittain, Miss Ollie Woodson, Mrs. cil, J. II. Baughman and Robert O. P. Nuchols, Mrs. E. P. Woods, You Hardwick and baby, of Danville, Miss Susan Fisher Woods, Mrs. Bet-ti- e were hore Thursday to see, Mrs. Mat-ti- e Bush, Miss Sue Taylor Engleman, Withers, who is ill, but convalesMrs. Annie Engleman, Mrs. George cing. G. Menefee, Mrs. ,T. J. Hill, Miss Turner Carpenter sold his fnrm Lyle Cooper, Mrs. J. S. Rice, Mrs. C. nine miles from Danville and with E. Tato, Mrs. T. A. Rice, Mrs. W. S his family will take immediate posEmbry, Mrs. S. J. Embry, Mrs. Wm. session of tho farm, known as the Severance nnd Miss Ophelia Lackey. Douglas place which he recently purThe guest df honor prize was won . D. Milburn, near chased of Mr. J. by Miss Woodson and first prizo by Donerail. Mr. Carpenter is tho Mrs. Bush. of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Payne, having married Miss Sue Payne sevLOST, LET US HOPE. eral years ago. Georgetown Times. There was much speculation nt the Capital, says a dispatch, over tho old whereabouts of Representative Mann tho Republican floor leader of the House, who started on a vacation trip without leaving his address be Danville, fore President Wilson advanced the date of tho extra session of Con 1 I AT YOUR DRUGGIST. gress two weeks. rxfc ia have wrapped to look like bundles, who havo used salves thnt turned your tops raw nnd sore, and used plasters that would their plnco and never shift from corn, "got" tho and who havo dug nnd picked nt your corns with knives nnd scissors and perhaps theso made them bleed Just quit "Gets-It- old " nnd painful ways nnd try Just once. You put 2 or 3 drops on, once. There's nothnnd It dries nt ing to stick. You can put your shoo and stocking right on again. Tho pain Is nil gone. Then tho corn dies a. painless, shriveling death, It loosens from your toe, and off it is tho biggest sellcomes. "Gets-It- " ing corn remedy In the world today. There's nono other as good. "Gets-It- " is sold by druggists everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent on receipt of price by E. Lawrence & Co, Chicago, 111. kUaHiirt your toes In bandages Makes 1 Larre Cako DIRECTIONS Cream the vjgar nnd short enlnit tocether.then mix In the egc. After dining the flour and Royal Ilaklng Powder together two or three time, add It nil to the mixture. Gradually add the milk and beat with spoon until you have it smooth pour batter Add the flavoring. Hour Into greased layer calf-tin-s and bake In a moderately hot oven for twenty minutes. This cake Is best baked in two layers. Put together with cream filling and spread with white Icing ROYAL BAKING POWDER made from Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes. No Alum 4 No Phosphate n traveling bag left at the hotel by GIRLS KILL EACH OTHER. ' Two young women held revolvers the King girl was a letter telling of at each other's temples and fired, n agreement between the girls to both dropping dead, in a' booth nt a commit suicide and asking that they Portsmouth, N. H., cafe. They had be buried together. previously registered at the Rocking- ' 15- Burton bought of Mitchell ham Hotel as Ethel Stanton and Rose King, ofWellesley, Mass. In Taylor, of Danville, one muk. for $19o'. i ' ,,, Want the People of Lincoln County to know that I represent the PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO one of the old, strong, and reliable companies. We sell fifty kinds of policies. Women as well as men. you about them. I shall be glad to tell George D. Hopper Danville, Nature, The Great Doctor In Chief Kentucky Special Waist Sale ARLO SATURDAY iTa system cleanser Values Extraordinary In plain white and fancy Tub Silks at $1.00 to $2.50 Low Shoes For Ladies Swell models in black, dull kid and New Spring EASTER OPENING! are cordially invited to attend our grey kid, at $3.50 to $7.50 Also pretty models in black, grey EASTER DISPLAY of Domestic and Foreign Pattern Hats and brown lace boots, at $7.50 and $10.00 son-in-la- w Saturday, March 24th. We are located in our new store, next door to stand 3rd street the NOEL SISTERS COME AND SEE rREMEDYFORMEN. Kentucky severance &son Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky; HIS FOOD NEVER TASTED SO GOOD Kentucky Farmer Tells How Tan-la- Friday, March 23, 1917 LANCASTER Making Money! tome in stocks Some men make their money in business tome by toilsome saving of their daily wage. But wo submit to you the fact that more men here reached a comfortable competence thru the ownership of property houses and land which bring in a fixed income than in any other way. stocks meant sleepless Business requires your sole attention nights and days of worry property works by itself for you without A largo crowd was nt the Bchool c Toned Up His System. auditorium, Saturday evening to hear Mis3 Alta Hammond, of this county, who gave nn intensely interesting reading, "Molly Make Believe" County Attorney G. C. Walker bought of Snmucl Cotton his farm of 122 ncrcs for $11,500, situated ono mile from town on the Stanford pike. The millinery and Indies ready to wear stores held their spring opening Snturday. The windows were beautiful, and it goes to show that isliiffiffli y $l$ a MMrnntPntriTluidDfachnl n ft 11 OTfi p I m I ijTJHIESBl j A j$ I 1 I For Infants nnd Children. zi a mam . . rttini.-.- n Mothers Know TSiat Genuine Castcii "NEVER FELT SO GOOD" PEn CENT. ir your care. Select it care of you. set it to work it takes care of itself and will take All the milk, butter and eggs produced on his farm did him no good till he tried Tanlac, said J. T. Gool-maR. F. D. No. 7, Winchester, Ky. all the "I felt tired and worn-ou- t time, and lots of times I hud to lay off until I had rested awhile," he said. "My stomach bothered mo and anything I ntc hurt me. Gas formed on my stomach and I belched and bloated I felt like I had a brick or something heavy in my stomach all the n, No. 212 Nice cottage of four rooms, Rood yard and garden and out buildings, right on Main street Kentucky. Nice conin Stanford, crete walks, etc. Newly papered time. "I had aches in my back and legs, down-and-ou- and fully equipped with electric lights and water in house. Price only $1,:150. No. 213 99 4 acres in Anderson county. Four room dwelling house, barn, 32x32, buggy house, hen house, smoke house, etc. All the buildings new. There are two old houses on the place and small tobacco barn 30x30. The whole farm lays pretty well. Can run mowing machine over all of it. Ten acres for tobacco and balance in blue grass. Young oicjiard of 75 trees three years old also old orchard. Splendidly 'watered, five everlasting springs and two ei&terns and well. Price $G5 per acre. This is a good bargain. No. 142 About 140 acres in the Turnersville section of Lincoln county on good pike. Has two houses, one story o? house of one nnd one-hafive rooms and the other house of five rooms and porches. Has tobacco and stock barn, 30x70. Cistern and four good springs. About 100 acres in grass and balance in cultivation. Price $70 per acre. No. 140 500 acres of land. 200 acres cleared and most of this in orchard grass. This land will produce as much as ten barrels of com per acre and no fertilizer. This place has five houses on it and two large tobacco barns." One of these barns is 30x100 feet and cost over $1,000 to build it and the other barn cost $800. A fully equipped blacksmith slfop on the place. Has wire fence all mound it and lots of cross fencing. This farm is a fine chance to make money on it and the price is only $15 per acre. Just think about it and come to see us and look this place over and you arc sure to buy it. No. 180 The following property in Hustonville right in the heart of y ten the town. No. 1 Nice room residence and two room office and halls and porches, small garden. Good stable of five stalls, etc. This place rents for $20 per month. No.2. Storeroom and side drive right on Main street rents for $15 per month. No. 3 Residence of five rooms and postofiice building, coal house, garage, etc. All of this property rents $021 per year. Will sell the whole property for $5,500 or will price it separately. This is a good investment and will pay good interest on the money invested. The owner lives in another state and wants to reinvest there. It will pay you to investi3-lf two-stor- nnd was so nervous and out-o- f Forts t. that I felt blue and At night I couldn't sleep, and when I got up I felt worse than whin I went to bed. I had a bad taste in my mouth nearly all the time, my tongue was coated, and I had sick headaches. "Finally, my friends advised mo to try Tanlac. Well sir, I haven't felt so good in years. Tanlac straightened me up in a hurry. "I feel like a new man. I work every day and don't feel tired and dragged-ou- t any more. I eat anything I want. My headaches have left and I don't bloat or belch now. week. Mrs. J. D. Wearen, of Stanford, I am mighty thankful for Tanlac, for it has done me more good than any- was a visitor here Thursday. thing else and I have tried nearly Mr. G. P. Tcrrill is here for a visit everything. to his wife and daughters. "I always keep two or three bottles John Gill Kinnaird and Robert of Tanlac on hand, and all my family Kinnaird sold three cars last week, use it. I wouldn't be without it in a Hupmobile to J. H. Dalton and one the house for a minute." to Forest Stapp and a Dodge car to Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stan- Perry Tuggle. Kinnaird Bros., are ford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. certainly "live wires" and whenever they get hold of a prospect they alColeman, Proprietor. Tanlac can now be obtained in fol- ways land them. It is a settled fact lowing nearDy cities: Morelar.d, Ab- that they have the agency for two of raham Minks; Hustonville. Adams the best cars on the market. Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-burGIRL ELUDES PARENTS Joe Mc Williams; Middleburg, W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne A Richmond dispatch says: After Bros.; Brodhcad, John Robins; Lan- her lover, W. H. Poe, of Chestnut- caster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, burg, had instituted habeas corpus J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. proceedings with a viewto liberating g, the merchants of Lancaster nre expecting ono of the best spring trades they have ever had. ' Messrs. Davo Thomas, Bascom Ford, Robert nnd John G. Kinnaird were visitors in Lexington Sundny. Frank Phillips, of the firm of Phillips & Phillips, of Stanford was n visitor here Sunday. Mr. J. Harvey 'Dean, a wealthy farmer of Lower Garrard, died at his home Tuesday night. Mr Dean was well thought of in his community and was familairly known to his host of friends ns "Uncle Harvey." He is survived by his wife, one son, Charlie nnd one daughter, Mrs. Carter Sellers. The remains were laid to rest in the) Nicholasville cemetery Friday morning. The Lancaster Christian church can boast of the fact that it had the largest delegation, of any other church, in the state, at the Men nnd Million Movement, held at Lexington Friday. Mr. L. T. Wilson, of Richmond, was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. L. N. Miller the latter part of the ..;L:ii..u(,rnn( AVeaclnblcftcparationrorAs Always Bears the llntMhcStomachsnndBavrclsrf 'r. UW m & Thereby rromoUn$Di$wtiort . V kL r TOfl' .621? jinr1 r l neither Onlum,Morphlncnorl Mineral. Not WAnuu"", xfptarOliDtSM JhtmpJtai Signature A Aft" of A Stf as -- .. SEo".rt' SeE' ffam Sd OmfintSagtr t ra Jfv In VjOtwnnnmr rf'.'-v-r as: 11 A -f C f3.'w &sr iSRSO AhelpfulRcmcdyfor GonsUpaUonanuyia..- use. For Over SSSsSfflP rwultinlhOTfroffli!l!!fancy-lac-am""- ;t I I I - " - mtcftt. pll XuxCnNTAmCoKPA. I Thirty Years GASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CCNTAUR COMHNT, HtWVOBK CITT. b' A. Horton. I PLEASANT POINT Sunday is regular church day and we hope there will be a large crowd present. It is reported that if nothing prevents that Rev. Dotson, an evangelist will be in our midst. Born to the wife of Rev. G. W. Owens, on the 18th, a baby girl. The little miss has been named Maggie Marie. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Routen and little son, Herbert Edwin have returned to their homo at Bloomington, Ind., after a visit to relatives here. Misses Nellie Roiiten and Dora Al-fo- rd spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Annie McGuffey at New Salem. Miss Elizabeth Dye, of Danville, visited her mother here Saturday and Sunday. GIRLS! HAVE WAVY, THICK, GLOSSY HAIR FREE FROM DANDRUFF Save Your Hair! Double Its Beauty In A Few Moments-- Try GREEN BRIAR The weathor is so bad that the farmers have decided not to farm now. Mr. John Leach is able to be out after being in all winter. afternoon. Rev. R. E. Todd, of Eubank, visited his son, Armstrong Todd at this William Searcy was cut almost in place Saturday night and attended twain in his chicken yard. John Hun-dchurch at the' Christian church at is charged with crime. King's Moutnain Sunday. Miss Bettic Sims visited Miss Georgia Hirton Saturday night and FAMILY AVOIDS Sunday. Mr. Joseph Singleton is in bed with the measlc? SERIOUS Miss Sosbia Munsie was a visitor v in Goochtown last week. her from alleged imprisonment at Mr. Everett Gooch spent Saturday the hands of her parents, Beatrice night with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mun- By Being Constantly Supplied With' Carter slipped away from her par- sie. t. Thedford's ents' home, near Bcrea, joined Poe, Miss Ttura Sims is visting her and they were married. Tho hearing Reynolds. Mrs. Bee on the suit was set for Thursday of .Vro. S. H. Masters visited her this week. In the petition looking to parents last week. McDuff, Va. "I suffered for several' the release of his sweetheart, Poe al- ' The Sunday School at this place years," says Mrs. J. B. Whiitaker, ol his place, ".with leged that Sallic A. Carter and John is improving nicely. Next Sunday a ilomach trouble. sick headache, and Carter were unlawfully restraining missionary meeting will be held. Ten years ago a friend told me lo try and imprisoning Beatrice Carter in which I did, Mrs. John Rulen returned to her Thcdford's and found it to be the best family meditheir home. It was set forth in the home at Lexington Sunday. cine for young and old. petition that Miss Carter was more The little daughter of Mr. Levi keep on hand all than 21 years old and that her par- Muncie has been very ill with tonsi-litinow, and when my children feel a ents objected to Poe as a prospective ittle bad, they ask me for a dose, and it Mr. R. A. Woodie's brother, of Joes them more good than any medicine-iheever tried. North Carolinn, has been visiting at We never have a long spell of sickplace. this ness in our family, since we commenced, lungs weak; Miss Hazel Padgett is staying with using Thedford's Restored To Health By Vinol her sister, Miss Lela Padgett at Euis purely 'egetable, and has been found to regu-i- te Camden, N. J. "I had a deep seated bank, who is very ill. weak stomachs, aid digestion, cough, was The wheat crop looks very badly and my lungs were indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, weak and sore. I had tried everything around here. "Milache, sick stomach, and similar suggested without help. One eveymptoms. Mr. Melvin Calwdell and wife visning I read about Vinol and decided it has been in constant use for more to try it. Soon I noticed an improve- ited Mr. A. C. Muncie and family ban 70 years, and has benefited morer ment. I kept on taking it nnd today I last Saturday. tlian a million people. am a well man. Tho soreness is all Mr. and Mrs. George Gaines vis. Your druggist sells and gone from my lungs, I do not have any ited Mr. and Mrs. Sd Leach SaturPrice only 25c- - Get a cough and have gained fifteen pounds." day and Sunday. Package n. c 12a Fkakk IIiumas. on . Miss Laura Sims spent Sunday-nigh- t with Mrs. John Leach. Miss Amanda Lee and Miss visited Miss Sosbia Munsie SICKNESS Black-Draugh- sis-f-- r, Black-Draug- ht, 1 1 Black-Draug- ht the-lim- s. son-in-la- sore Black-Draugh- t." Black-Draug- ht run-dow- re-i- cve recommends-Black-Draught- y. This! We guarantee Vinol for clironia coughs, colds nnd bronchitis and for all weak, conditions. run-dow- n gate this proposition. No. 108 130 acres, two and a half miles from good town. Two houses one of six rooms and the other of four rooms, two barns and all necessary outbuildings. 50 acres of bottom land and 80 acres in timber, small drchard. Place well watered and fenced and the dirt is good. Price $3,500. No. 214 72 acres, nice six room dwelling, kitchen and porches. Barn 50x32 and 12 foot shed all just covered new. New crib and granary and all other outbuildings. 20 acres in blue grass and balance in cultivation. Young orchard. Only two miles from good town and in splendid community. Price $8,000. nugMes M'Carty Stanford, Ky. Office Phone 180 Home Phones 152 and 184 If you care for heavy hair, that The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. glistens with beauty and is radiant The expenses of juvenile court will with life; has an incomparable softhave to be borne by counties conness and fluffy and lustrous, try taining first an second class cities, Danderine. taining first and second class cities, Just one application doubles the than the county taxes paid by beauty of your ha:r, besides it im- other city residents, says the Court of mediately dissolves every particle of dandruff; you cannot have nice, heavy, healthy hair if you have danTom J. McCormick paid $210 per druff. The destructive scurff robs the d John M. hair of its lustre, its strength nnd its acre for the farm near Mt. Sterling. very life, and if not overcome it produces a feverishness and itching of the scalp; the hair roots famish, loosen and die; then the hair falls GOOD is half of a Good Sale. Let me cry out fast. your sale nnd I will get you top If your hair has been englected prices. I will go anywhere you want nnd is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or mo to and always treat you right. M. H. JOHNSON too oily, get a bottle of Phono 1920. R. D. 1. Stanford, Ky. Knowlton's Danderine at any drug store or toilet counter; apply n little as diiectcd and ten minutes after you will say this was the best investment you ever made. Wo sincerely believe, regardless of everything else adveitised, that if you j tqs desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair and lots of it no dandi uff no itching sculp nnd no more falling hair you must Ube Knowlton's Danderine. 24-- 1 If eventually why not now? 85-ac- re HBSSiaSffem lfc Gate-woo- LmM "ml ruft fllP't? VKnta W jA r I Vlfe tiM to be an advance ag'n n WIRE FENCE- - I have contracted for one car on Febru- ary Pr'ce ond can save you mo- ney ky giving me your order There is going AUCTIONEER E. T. Pence, Jr., c Stanford 25-cc- Its Slimmer Time in Florida jr m f million dollars was expended by the L. & N. in preparing for strike eventualities, officials of the road say. One-hal- SOME HENS, THESE Mrs. Cicero Reynolds sold four hens lust week that brought her $5.32. Southern Railway p. m., arriving car leaving 8:50 p. m. Through Pullman Jacksonville connection on train leaving Louisville 7:20 a. m., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 a. m. The Southern Railway is the direct line to Asheville, Aiken, Augusta, Charleston, Columbia, Savannah, Summcrville and other southern resorts. Dining Car Service Excursion Fares now in effect Stopovers and other special features. Full information and fares from local Southern Railway agent or write flrains: inrougn f 1 iwouanyLouisville 7:55 tV rr-- e . miiman , Winter Tourist, Variable Tour and Homeseek-e- n' B. H. Tt dd, District Pa.s'r Agent, Starks Bldg ., Louisville, Ky. ;rjri The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 23, 1917 Page Seven Same Low Price $15 Same High Grade Pure ExWool Fabrics-Sa- me cellent Tailoring-Sa- me Saving Now as Always Little May Margaret Fish is sick with measles. Aunt Susan Jones, colored, is very low with tuberculosis and not ex pected to Inc. She ban worked for almost everyone in town and every one thinks a niont deal of her. and she will be iniMrd, for no better OF NORWEGIAN COD LIVER OIL cook ever lived around here. Henry Brooks, of Lebanon June usually stops tion, was here Tuesday to see his stubborn cough or chest cold when sister and father. has boon miito Mrs. Bettie Adams ordinary specifics fail. ill for over a week with little im provement. It helps strengthen the Little Mary McClure is sick with symptoms of measles. lungs throat SCOTT S EMULSION a and adds FabWe use the SAME high grade rics that won for us the reputation of giving BETTER quality at a LOWER price. Our linings and findings and workmanship are of the same High Standard of quality as always. In spite of the greatly increased cost, .we will not cheapen the quality of fabric or workmanship nor raise the price. This means we can save you at least $10 on your suit or overcoat. All-Wool energy to the blood and gives the system the force to help resist disease. Use SCOTT'S JUNCTION CITY Refuse Substitutes Scott & Bowne. DioomSclil N. t. - tailored-to-measur- e CRAB ORCHARD Mr. Abe Brown and sister, Miss Bessie Brown and Mrs. Dillingham and husband, of Ottawa, have been visiting their sister and aunt, Mrs. S. L. Cummins. Florida Cummins has had measles, but is up at this writing. Mrs. James Manuel and Irene, both have been quite sick with measlo3. Mrs. Henry Brooks and little Dorothy, of Lebanon Junction, are with Mrs. Daisy Hunt. Mrs. Allie Pettus and Miss Myrtle Jones went to Louisville Sunday to lay in one of the most complete lines of millinery ever brought to Crab Orchard. Mrs. W. E. Perkins has been sick for several days with a deep cold. Mrs. Claudia Holman and Miss Mayme returned Monday from a month's stay with relatives in Mobile, Ala., and New Orleans, La. They report a fine trip, but very sultry weather, while we have been hovering close to the fire to keep from 300 Samples to Select From I. Routenberg Hustonville, Ky. PROFESSIONAL AND "When In Doubt Take BUSINESS CARDS. a Bath." i Surveying and Leveling Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, Tinning and Guttering Guranteed. Myers' Pumps and Gray Engines Be sure your title is pood. Let me survey your land purchase 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. Phone 5. H. H. Carter, Manager. AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. Calls answered day or night. The high dollar at your sale all the CARTER & CARTER, Stanford. Ky. time and at lowest price; sales cried anywhere. Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense I am prepared to vaccinate for Anthrax, Black Leg, and all othor tock diseases. J. M. REYNOLDS JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, WAYNESBURG. UNDERTAKER, Stanford, Ky. stock Phone 204. We carry a large and complete of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. ; Phone: Farmers' line No. - Bus Between Woodstock line No. - M. C. Newland, Stanford Livery and Auto Service CAPT. VACCINATE -- Auto 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 Kentucky. Barns, Etc. Stanford, 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at Low Charges O. L MINKS. Proorietor CONTRACTING Danville and Stanford W. W. BURGIN DENTIST Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays John M. Casey, D. V. M. at Crab Orchard Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays Veterinary Surgeon at Stanford Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College Binding Office in Lincoln Bank (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) Ofllce Farris' Stable Danville, Kentucky T. W. PENNINGTON, DENTIST . Stanford, Ky. You to get our FREE catalog of Myers House Flats Fruit and Shade Trees, Grape Vine3, Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 Shrubs, Roses, Rhubarb, Asparagus, Strawberries, Seed Potatoes, etc. EvJ. B. PERKINS ; erything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. No Agents. DENTIST H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS Rooms 2829, Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. KY. Phone 214 1811 Lexington, Ky. 1917 WANTED! Plumbing, Tinning and Repairing of all kinds. For any work of this sort, seo CASH for ACCOUNTS Vo A. D. PARSONS 'Phone 254 get you cash on Accounts, Notes, Claims, by collecting quickly anyStanford, Ky. where in United States. Collection guaranteed or no charges. : : : : : MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY freezing. Friends here of Mrs. Louanna of Muskogee, Okla., regret to learn she has been critically ill with blood poison which originated from a boil on her face and hope she will soon be well again. Mrs. Kittie Thompson and Cora Lee went to Lebanon Tuesday to visit Mrs. R. H. Putnam. Col. and Mrs. J. W. Guest are getting along nicely at the Springs and most all of our old people are well. Mrs. M. E. Fish has been suffering considerably with rheumatism this winter. Rev. Pervis of the Christian church preached two excellent sermons Sunday. The subject for the morning being "How to Honor the sermon Sabbath Day," and he struck right home to many who had violated the commandment by visiting, taking auto rides, attending picnics and fishing on that sacred day. Owing to the cold weather there was not a very large attendance. Baby Pervis and mother are dqing fine and she has been named that sweet old name Juanita. Mrs. J. Thomas Cherry has been quite sick for several days, but is able to sit up. Mrs. W. J. Edmiston has ben sick for a week and was unable to be at of her aged father, the death-be- d Mr. Cochran of White's Station, Madison county. He was 84 years of age and a splendid Christian gentleman. Miss" Addie Cochran was with him him when the end enme. Our sympathy goes out to the family in this hour of bereavement. Mrs. Edmiston, although sick, went Tuesday to be at the burial. Mrs. Butt has been seriously ill for some days and much anxiety has been felt for her. Mrs. Mary Hunter has returned from Stanford, where she spent most of the winter. Mrs. Frank Robbins, of Miles City, Mont., founerly Miss Goodie Redd will be here with her parents in May. She has a fine little girl to bring with her. Mr. John McClure is putting up a nice veranda to his home' on Stanford street, which will ndd much to their comfort. Mr. Frank Brooks has the contract to repair the Culton property stud work is being pushed daily. He hopes to have it ready for occupancy soon. Edna, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Jones has chicken pox and measles. Hol-da- Prof. E. L. Grubbs attended the oratorical contest at Centre College Fridny night and was the only out alumnus present and only a very few from the city were there with a few students to hear Mr. Mc- Whorter of Springfield, win the $25 prize nnd the representation of Cen tre College in the State contest, Messrs. Chns. Fox, Dr. Rawson and Eugene Cook were the judges. On Friday about 10 o'clock Mr. Chas. Rosel found hi hotel on Hie in the rear of the ofllce. A celluloid comb in a tin comb case had caught from a lighted mHtch or cigaiette, and had sot fire to a pine window frame and was jretting under head way when discovered. S. W. Burke began buying quart and pint whisky and beer bottles last Thuisday, and has to date pur chased ovt'i 3,000 brought in by the boys, so ou see our town is far from being dry. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Sisk and two gentlemen friends of Oklahoma City, Okla., have been in our midst the past few days in a fine auto and are touring the vicinity on a business trip. Miss Mary Abbott, of near Parks- ville, is at present making her home with Mrs. E. L. Grubbs. Wm. Wingate of the U. S. army was here to see his mother, Mrs. Gordon, a few days ago. Misses Gladys Tucker and Ger trude Richardson have come back to Mrs. Bertha V. Ewing's after a two months' stay at the Rosel House, where they went in January on ac count of bad weather. Mrs. Rupert A. Moore and pretty n A WRIGLEY'S Makes the Whole World Kin ! Little Stick of No climate affects it for the package protects it. WmtLV9S goes to all parts of the world in all seasons, to all classes. Fresh, clean, wholesome and delicious always. The Flavor Lasts as Mm 'rVrrsrL M '"V- vvV IN SOLQlEPS sar MiD EUPOfc I 't'sC i fiWJr -- ". It aids appetite and diJAPANESE G1PLS IN TOKYO gestion, quenches thirst, keeps the teeth clean and breath sweet. inrir rvc 1 T'k' ;m iH LJ, H X t. . : . v.v ' SHtCP HEBDEH IN AUSTRALIA i1" v.i PERFECT GUM YltXU XpSZ7CT2ffiZT3rj' PZSWKt.. Vv&V'lrtili&r 1 Three Fine ir-- l Z,'IU. Flavors s. (To8l.lBdkfi4fei After every meal 9 OK DRIVER IN SINGAPORE WRAPPED IN V v amui'i Iwmjmml 731 Miss Nellie Moore, of Danville, were the guests of Mrs. James Minor Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Irwin Isbell, part owner of the Shelby City Roller Mills, has de cided to stay in Bowling Green and has sold out to hib brother, Mr. Is bell, the elder. sister-in-la- RUN-DOW- N WOMAN was here to see her mother, Sirs. Elizabeth Owens last week. Mrs. Owens has been sick for home time. John McGraw, of Oklahoma City, Okla., will be here a short time on April 1st, on his way to Pittsburg, Pa., on business. Prof. T. C. Lester was called to Mercer county lecently by tho ill ness of his father, T. M. Lester. Sam Harrord and family, of Fayette county, have bought of Sam Swan his residence near White Oak and school. are sending their children to Walter Miller, who repotted dead some time ago is better. down, nervous and vuak condition, bo I could not do the liotiwwork for my little family of three. 1 hud taken cod liver oil tmtilsinns and other remedies without benefit. A friend told me about Vinol. I tried it and it won built up my and made mo a vell uom.ui sto I now do all of my housework." Mrs. Wade Strong By Our Vinol Tirt Edward, X. Y. "I vns in a run- SEED OATS We have the Northern white recleaned natural seed oats. By natural, we mean the oats (are not clipped or bleached. Elmik Gliddex. Wo guarantee Vinol strength and build up nnd debilitated conditionu. to run-dow- restoro vcuk The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. The Maccabees have tendered free to the Woman's Club the use of their hall one night in the month for meet ing purpose. F. 11. Ward and John Kilgallin are brakesmen on the railroad from Al liance, O., to Freedom, Pa. Miss Lula Sewell, teacher of the White Oak School, has been sick the past week of measles. School was discontinued till she recovers. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Roberts, of Haitvu'll, O., arc the guests of Mr. and Ms. H. S. Tharpe. Misn Francis Sandidge and brother, Robinson Sandidge, of Lincoln county, who have been attending MooieN School, were enrolled in the bcliool here last week. Prof E. L. Grubbs is now voluntary weather bureau man here, vice, 'I. F. Ewing resigned. Capt. W. E. Grubbs was from 181)8 till his death in 1011. A. K. Denny, of Lincoln, was for several years before that. Mrs. Kate Grubbs, of Bradford-ville- , v ill arrive Friday to visit rela J. H. 8AUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KEi f UCKY I J Kl e - Headquarters for r 'i r - i yiinir r AMERICAN FEMCE " r T " f " t 'T ii wi.'.iiniiiir in Hi "J, IB tives. Don't forget the supper at the Cyrstal Theatre Friday night, March 30th for the benefit of tho Baptist church Rev. Ernest Ford has purchased n Studebal'or auto for traveling to his churches out of Lexington. ' Mrs. E. J. Tanner, of McKinnoy, n w. n. . v -- "" i'i - i i i i p' i iff o nteol wires, heavily galvanized. of largo, strong, Amply provides for expansion mid contraction. Is practically everlasting. Nevor goo3 wrong, no matter how great a strain is put on it. Doos not mutilate or injure stock. MjhIo high-grad- can have all ailments of their horses, cattlo and other live stock promptly and expertly attended by DR. H. A. PICKETT King's Mountain, Ky. Veterinarian, South End Farmers Somerset, Ky. If Your System is. Poisoned 4 with acids, you cannot know what it is to be healthy. 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Wo can 6hov you how it wid save you money and (once vour fields so they will stay fenced. AUCTIONEERING land, stock, crops or household goods. Sales Cried Anywhe- -i JOHN 1. DINWIDD1E, Morelaad. The Only Keeley Institute in Kentucky For any information apply to GEORGE H. FARRIS BRING VOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J, The I. J. i only $1.50 a year twice a week $1 for once a week. I can get you highest prices for your J. B. WILLIS Crab Orchard, Kentucky Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 23, 1917 DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER LAND, STOCK AND CROP Tom Jones, formerly of Winches George Coffey sold to Gtvcns Cnr-ttor, was murdered by miners nt n work mule for S13G. M. M. Thompson, of Woodford, Nashville, Tcnn. E. W. C. Humphrey, brother of has sold ten Jersey cows nt $75 to attorney, Judge Alex the $10G. Harry N. Jones bought of A. J. Humphrey, died suddenly in Louis Goocli a heifer weighing 790 pounds vlllc, aged 73. Taylor Poison, aged 75, is charg nt 7c. Foreign buyers got 35 mules nt cd with killing his stepson, Thomas Franklin Monday at nn average of armley, in Clinton county. Domestic nffnics caused the trouble. $210. Police of Paris have been asked to Jonh A. Wnthen hns bought the Richard Spalding farm of 385 acres, hunt Miss Grace Roberts, aged 18 on the She is a dnughtcr of W. II. Roberts, one mile from Lebanon ,of Laurel, but had been with her sis Springfield pike, for $25,000. The T. L. Grundy farm of 220 tor for some time. W. P. Vance, n prosperous farmer acres, three miles south of Eminence was sold to Mrs. J. E. Reagan, of who lived between Glasgow and Cave City, killed his wife and himself at Madison county, for $29,700. of the firm of his home. No one was present at C. R. Thompson, Gentry & Thompson, of Lexington, the time the shooting occurred. The New Hampshire Senate au purchased 18 mules nt Georgetown thorized the governor to sign a war Monday at nn average of $102.50. Greeley Lutes bought of Sharpc rant for $500,000 to be used in de & Bransom, of Casey, 10 hogs at 10 fense of the State and to meet pos to 13c and of D. R. Brown 15 at 11 sible demands of national defense in He also bought two cows at the event of war. Mnj. G. T. Smith, of Beattyvillo, 5 Stewart Sandidgc, of the Millcdgc-vill- e was promoted yesterday to Colonel r, of the Second Regiment, Kentucky section, bought of W. T. a cow for $75. He also bought National Guards, by Gov. Stanley. shoats He succeeds Col. Allen Gullion, who of A. Bishop eight returns to the regunlr army. for 12 cents a pound. All of the three bills recommended J. 11. Martin, who recently sold his small farm near Paris, bought this by the Kentucky Tax Commission week from James Chance, ten acres have now been passed by the House of land, located on the Redmond of Representatives and will be taken pike, for $450 per acre. ILrrods-buv- g up by the Senate, which it 13 expected will pass them without exDemocrat. of the West End, tended debate. S. Gilmer, J. A crowd which packed Madison sold to Mr. Galbreath, of Junction City, three cows and ono heifer for Square Garden last night pledged its and Wilson seven and a half cents a pound. Mr. support to President Gilmer also sold to the same party urged that there be no more delay d porkers for 13 cunts in the entry of the United States in four a pound the war. Elihu Root made the prinStewart Sandidgc sends the I. J. cipal address. word that the description and pediAnnouncement 13 made by the gree of Lincoln Choice, his splendid German Admiralty that the German young stallion, will appear in these raider Moewe has returned to a home columns in a short while. He is a port after a second cruise in the Atdandy. Watch for the "ad" and see lantic. It is stated that the vessel the horse before you book your during this cruise "captured" shipmares. It ping aggregating 123,100 tons gross. n Jay Weil, the buyer of Albert O. Sanders and Charles N. big cattle, was here from Lexington Wunnenberg, of New York, pleaded Thursday and took up 7P head, 50 of guilty to a charge of having sent which he bought of J. Frank Smith, spies to England from this country to and 20 of Walter O. Walker. They gather information for the German averaged about 1,250 pounds . For military authorities and were senthe former he paid 9 2 cents and tenced to serve two years in the the latter a shade less. Federal penitentiary at Atlanta and At Wade Hampton's sale in Wood- to pay a fine of $2,500 each. ford a sow and ten pigs, three weeks LADIES Engraved cards should old, brought $100; six Jersey ,cows, $50 to $75; four Holstein cows, $75 be used for all social purposes. See to $80; 140 head of sheep, $10 to the new samples we have and as $13 each; 105 shoats, $10 to $18; cheap as they can be bought any 150 barrels of corn in the crib, $6 where. The Interior Journal. 59-t- f Percheron a barrel; one stallion, $275; other horses, $50 and 20-Ye- ar $90. slop-fe- d A Lexington bunch of hogs, shipped to Cincinnati Wednes- in sums of $2,000 or more. No loan cr well-known, c. c. Mc-Gir200-pounwell-knowfour-year-old v. Br .dkslsHKsKflsUssssssssssHsW. On a Hot Day You'll Say "Bless That Water Cooler," which is only built in the lsssssBISrHslssssssssssssssssW, Automatic Refrigerator At the same time consider that "BOSS OIL STOVE and OVENS" the stove with a reputation. Main Sold exclusively by Sts. HILL PENCE & Stanford, Kentucky and Depot What Is Com-Cel-Sa- r? The origin of this Wonderful Remedy isfully explained in a entitled "THE COWBOY HERBALIST" mailed free to all users of Roots and Herbs and SCIENCE SOPE, on request. book COM-CEL-SA- STOP! LOOK! READ!. 1 w. he Biggest Bargains for a Little Money can be obtained at ' New and M. Second-Han- d Adams Store North of L. & N. Stock Yards, Stanford, Ky. 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SPRING AND SUMMER 5 2 to 6 2 cents; good bulls 7 His colts show for themselves. line of samples is now ready for your inWill also stand at the same time cents. J. L. Faulkner sold a mare spection. Can now and let me show you. and place my saddle stallion d mule thin in flesh, for $235; DI TDT CV STAKroBD, Ky. JtVUrljIli I Practical Tailor & McClintock bought a lot at BLACK PRINCE fiom $175 to $225; Gentry & ThompI5y Kentucky Peavine, out of a mare son, of Lexington, bought 12 mules by Old Preston. He is a coming at from $175 to $235. A few work us black as a crow and a good one You should see him. horses sold at $100 to $125. He will stand at $10 to insure. FARM LOANS TWO GREAT MULE JACKS EmW-lme- r G. A. Swinebrond, of Lancaster, Over 3 Million Loaned Through bought of Chas. Kern, one walking v'ill also stand two great mule horse for $107. This Office $10 to insuI'C One the ii "ik V a.f 42, K.y J. W. 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No. 5 mnln for $150. and another pair to Stam-- i ma & Wilder, for $330. 10fi !i, wl 1? vwitrt tii ni'ni. HLr SIR RAY New Combined Drill for Sowing Wheat,, Oats, Clover, Timothy and Hemp; also Fertilizer. Discs are four inches apart, malcing .the seed more evenly divided than any other drill. Try one. I LOUISVILLE STOCK MARKET Prime export steers E. V. CARSON Stanford, Kentucky For Sale Flour Mill Midget Marvel Mill; Corn Oil and Feed' Mill; Engii.o; mill building, 24x30, three floors; engine room, 10x22; all in good running order; close to railroad und good business. Apply to THE WAYNESBURG MILLING CO. Waynesburg, Ky. el Done Free With Prints J. P. KELSAY Somerset, Ky. Orchard and Ottenheim road, every steers $(i.507; fat heifers $710; day except Saturday, on which day fat cows $08.50; cutters $5.25 G; he will bo at the barn of R. II. Bro- cannors $4.505.25; bulls $C8.75; naugh, in the town of Crab Orchard. feeders $78.50; stockcrs $5.508; This horse will servo mares this seachoice milch cows $C590; medium son at $10 to insure a living colt. $15G5; common $3045. The Come and see him. He will have to best hogs, 105 lbs", and up, $15; 120 hie seen to bo appreciated. He is a to 105 lbs. $13.55; pigs $9.7511; nlendid individual, a great breeder. roughs $13.70 down. Season duo when mare is sold or T?Onil TTlirrif M .1lnoii' arlvnrflRfl- - traded. FRED JESSWINE, Crab Orchard, ment. It contains something of in-- J Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. leresi. 11411 vy shipping steers $9.5010; shipping steers $8.25 9. 50; butcher $1011; This splendid Percheron stallion hea will make the season of 1917 at the light barn of Fred Jesswine, on the Crab W. H. HIGGINS Main Street Stanford, Ky, X BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. Th I. J. ia only $1.50 a yar twic a wk; $1 for oaca a wk. Jfc" &