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No. 25 The Interior Journ; l Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, March 27, 1917 cd s. e, old-tim- Tuesdays and Fridays M HUSTONVILLE LIVING OVER THE PAST FALL CAUSES LADY'S DEATH PLEASING ENTERTAIN. THE LATEST WAR NEWS KILLS ONE; CRIPPLES ANOTHER .Terry Adams wns at Wilmorc last I'm in a kind of restrosnectivo Mrs. Nancy L. Edmiston, widow of MENT PROMISED Field Marshal August von Mackcn-scn- , At Crab Orchard late Sunday afweek to see Jack Newborn. mood this morning, and I find thnt Francis Edmiston, died nt her home What promises to be a most pleasof the German army, according ternoon Marshal James W. Pointer Loss Ends purchased of Steele & the older I grow and the farther I at Crab Orchard at an early hour Burton n get from home tne more I'm inclined Monday morning, aged 81. On Sat ing nnd unique cntcrtninment will bo to a dispatch, has arrived at Con- shot and instantly killed Leonard Ford. T. L. Carpenter sold his Ford car to this kind of mooding living in urday previous Mrs. Edmiston had given nt the opera house on Wednes stantinople to reorganize the Turk Hopkins nnd shot his brother, John ish nrmy. Hopkins through both legs. The forto Dr. Charles Hart for $320. the past. Last winter when I visited the misfortune to fall down a flight day evening, program of which Germany's pence pians. according mer was . shot through the heart. in Friday's paper. Mr. Frank Miss Lizzie Phillips, of Liberty, is my old home state, South Carolina, I 01 stairs, dislocating a hip nnd otherinu guest 01 airs. w. Al. Myers. found everything so changed nnd so wise injuring herself. She was too uucK, who has an ollico with J. L. to nn authoritative statement, include Only two shots were fired by the of- , flrt.... .1. Stanley Stephenson and W. D. many strange faces, if I had landed old and frail to withstand the shock, Bcnzlcy and who is himself a musi- the surrender of all conquered terri- utti. Tl...- TT....1.! mi,- uujiKiiis furowiers, wno are Stagg motored to Lexington Thurs- in China I could not Wave felt more and notwithstanding the work done cian of a high order, will give several tory in exchange for a channel port sons of Joseph Hopkins, came hero from Bell county and bought the old day on business. lonesome. Everything nnd everybody by physicians nnd loved ones, she numbers on, his wonderful Wilson & in France and an indemnity of Under his manipfrancs. Green Briar Springs property. There C. F. Montgomery nnd family, of had changed; and in some ways not sank rapidly until the end. came. Son's player-pianoplayers produce real Though strongly opposed by the are six or eight of the brothers and Liberty, spent Sunday with Mr. and for the better. It's in the South like Mrs. Edimston,had been n member of ulation these Germans, the French troops today they have given the East End people Mrs. T. L. Carpenter. it is in mnny other places, people the Baptist church since a younc music, with all of the cxpiension of n occupied the towns of the usual of Folcmbray nnd considerable trouble by drinking nnd Gus Geiszl, of Crab Orchard, the nuvu kuiiu iiiuncyiiimi. inu iiiuiiTius- - girl and was a good and noble wom real pianist. Instead player qualities, the La road contractor, was here n few istic spirit is fast killing out and an. Fifty-thre- e years ago she was depth of tone and quality pianos have est, Fcuilles, south of the Coucy for- disorderly conduct. Only a few says the official statement issued months ngo they rnn rough shod over far surpass days ago seeing after some work. destroying thnt more beautiful and married to Mr. Francis Edmiston, by the Paris' War office. The British Crab Orchard, nnd taking ing Emmctt McCormack, of Huston-vill- finer sentiment of life. The Marshal who died some six years ngo. Six out wiu mucnincs wnicn usuauy grind o "canned harmony"," and but for captured the village of Lagnicourt. Hamilton in tow, placed him in a sold a bay gelding big yards and beautiful flower gar- children survive her and they arc: knowing In n note transmitted through thn stall in the livery stnblc on Main that the piano is equipped to .1. B. Stout, of Michigan for $250. dens, which were at one time, beau- J. RM James A. and W. D. Edmiston Bowman Myers has been at home ty and glory of the Southern homo and Mcsdames James D. Anderson, of with player devise, one would not Swiss Minister the United States street. Hamilton lesiened soon nftnr from Transylvania University, at have all had to give way to the cot Louisville, L. S. Elder and W. W. realize that the music was entirely Government yesterday refused to re- - this and Mr. Pointer was appointed mechanical. Mr. Buck makes the ainrm or extend the treaties of 1799 111 his stend. A short while ngo he Lexington, recuperating fiom the ton and the, corn which may now bo Burgin, of Crab Orchard. Never were piano-playmore than a musical and 1828 with Germany because of hnd some trouble with Leonnrd Hopgrip. seen growing up almost to one's children more devoted to mother and violations" of these agree- kins and hnd to use his billy on him. contrivance. He Mrs. John J. Allen went to Ash- door. they are almost crushed by her tak and knows how has studied his work "clear and . ments "disregard of canons Sunday land Sunday to visit her daughter, Just hrre I shajl hnve to take off ing away. Mrs. Edmiston was Nancy his instrument. toproduce results on of international courtesy" the on the boys came afternoon the two Hopkins Besides his numbers to Crab Orchard and had Mrs. Maggie Anderson for a few my hat to you. Mr. Editor. You have L. Pleasants and was born near Crab ' part of the Imperial Government. a few words with Jim Rogers. A redays. shown not only good judgment, but Orchard on July 11. J R3E,. She was n there will be a reading by Mrs. W. K. War preparations by the Govern- port is current that they borrowed Our town was in darkness last exhibited that nobler and finer senti- daughter of Harvey Pl"a3ant, nnd a Warner, piano solo by Miss Annie Friday and Saturday nights, caused ment of soul by going back home sister of George A., James nnd Wil VanArsdale Craig, vocal solo by Miss ment yesterday included the calling pistol from John Payne for the purMary by a bearing burning out of the en- among the "old and the tried." How liam i'lensants and a half sister of Mary Bailey, piano number by Miss into the Federal service of twenty pose of shooting Rogers. They became Ruth Remhart. readinir bv Mrs. additional guard regiments for police disorderly later and dared the offlcors gine. foolish for one who has reached mid- Mrs. Jessie Stagg, of this cltj, and Mrs. J. 0. Carpenter and son, Jes- dle life to leave the old and go out Henry Pleasants, of Grooi.t, Tias. W. R. Todd, vocal solo by Miss Nellie service in the Western and Middle to molest them. At this time Mr. sie, of Junction City, spent Friday in search of the new. Better face the She was n most cxcei'en- - w.iman. and Wilson Hill, song by Ann Francis States, and an order for the imme- Pointer was at his home, but when Pennington, piano number by Miss diate recruiting of the Marine Corps he heard of their action he went to and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. T. ills we have than fly to those we will Lp sadly missed by a large nummonologue by Miss L. Carpenter. ber of friends at Crab Orchard and Annette Wcarcn. violin solo by Clar- to full war strength of 17,400 men. do his duty. As he approached them, know not of. Gertrude Gaines, Leonard Hopkins fired at him, the A great many have made preparaorPresident Wilson The links that once bound us to elsewhere. ence Singleton nnd vocal solo by der authorizing the has signed an bullet knocking his hat to one side. tions for burning tobacco beds, but our old home and friends are drop-Din- g increase of the He Miss Belle Russell. The proceeds will owing to the wet weather have been returned fire with Mm nlmvn m. out. All too frequent, for me at PREFERS BULLET TO PLAGUE go to the Stanford Graded School and navy to 87,000 men from the present suit. Hopkins used the pistol it is greatly delayed. least, the news comes telling of some authorized strength of 74,500. He claimed he The following pathetic story is as the admission price is small only borrowed from Payne. It was J. W. Hoskins and not J. friend or loved one who has" passed took the step on the recommendation W. Hockcr who received a fall from to the Great Beyond. Since lenving sent from Lexington. The young man 15 and 35 cents the opera house of Secretnry Daniels, under authority John Hopkins had a drawn knife in ia wen the barn loft as was stated in this bta,nford, 1 recall two choice spirits, younger Miuwu in oianioru Dy me will more than likely be crowded. granted by Congress in case of a his hands, but was otherwise unarmset, with whom he is very letter last week. to say nothing of the others who have popular.. Much regret is felt at his "national emergency." The present ed. The latter was linrnnspinna MISSISSIPPI FARM Mr. and Mrs. Walter Owsley and passed over. Mr. David Scott, "Uncle actual strength of the navy is 02,000 Ifrom the shock for more than an baby motored to Stanford Sunday Dave," God be praised for such a misfortune: LANDS FOR SALE men. The additional men will be used hour. The Hopkins family was noMerritt Powell, who lived in evening with McKce Riffe to visit life; his home was my home, when- Richmond to man the reserve ships. Division of tified of the killing and members of Good Quality Terms Easy until he poined the CanaIMr. Owsley's mother. it came in and took the dead man ever I wanted to and how I shall mis3 dian contingent and was sent to A trip through different sectionsj the United States into six instead of and his brother home in Goodwin's Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wavnc, of him, should I ever go back: the other France to fight for the allies, has oi me since oi Mississippi arm the existing four miliary depart auto truck. Danville, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlotte Letcher Warren, it tuberculosis, as the re- an observation of agricultural con- ments was announced by the War News of the killing reached Stan"Mrs. M. C. Tanner. Mr. Wayne is a was like heaven almost to me in her contracted The two new departsult of the rigors and exposure of ditions there has me Department. convinced freight conductor on the Q. & C. society. Right here let me pause and trench warfare, according to the thnt it is the place at the present ments are the Northeastern, compris- ford a few minutes after it occurred Coulter White, of Moreland, has place a modest flower upon each of story, and is slowly dying in a camp time to secure the best land values at ing the New England States, and the and word came that help was needed. Several cars of centlemen Inffc moved back? to his hotel at Moreland these graves; and I am so glad I did hopital. the lowest prices from $5 to $50 Southeastern, comprising the States at once, Deputy Sheriff W. S. Drye and will be glad to see all of his old not wait until they were gone to exin the old South. Mnj. Gen Laonard Recently, customers and all the new ones pos- press my appreciation of their gen- death imposedknowing the lingering per acre, some of them near a city, Wood is transferred from command and Chief of Police Carter boim? upon its victims by with six trunk line railroads, and as sible. the uine worth. It is said thatat the fun- the disease, he sent a letter to his large as Lexington, Kentucky, where of the Department of the East to the among when number. Quiet had reSome one threw out poison in town eral of Henry W. Longfellow, they arrived and the new Southeastern department; Maj. sumed the commander begging to be sent back lands arc selling at $300 per acre East End capital showed no signs of a few nights ago, putting to death a aged Emerson, a life long friend, to the front, preferring to try to find by those seeking homes or invest- Gen. J. Franklin Bell from the West- the fearful tragedy that had a short few of the worthless curs that make whose powers were broken, and mem death through a ern department to the Eastern de- while bullet than by the ments in good farming lands. before been the nights hideous with their yells ory almost cntirly gone, was led to finger Believing that it would be of mu- partment; Maj. Gen. Hunter Liggett cause for the report enacted. The and prowling around in everything. take a last look at the face of the came toof the White Plague. Word was relatives of Richmond of tual advantage and profit to those from the Philippines to the Western needed was occasioned that help uncle Mr. and Mrs. Fields Powers, of dead poet. As he gazed upon it. he by young Powell's request, but whether seeking homes or investments in Department, and Brig. Gen. Clarence of the Hopkins boys coming an town Franklin, Pa., are the guests of Mr. said: "The gentleman who lives there it was to R. dwards from Canal Zone to and and Mrs. Mose Tanner. Mr. Powers was a beautiful soul, but I have for- learned. granted or not has not been farming lands, at lower prices than the Northeastern the department. Maj. tives telling the citizens that relaare possible in this section of Ken- Gen. Barry, is with the Standard Oil Co., and gotten his name." of the dead man would be in in of the Central depart- a Merritt Powell is the son of tucky, where land values have adshort while to avenge Leonard thinks the prospects for oil trood in! Whether we forget the names or Charles S. Powell and is well known vanced beyond the reach of the far- ment, and Maj. (Sen. Pershing, of Hopkins' death. Several of the Hopxnis section. not, as their deeds arerecallcd, and as in Lexington, as was his father, who mer of moderate means, I have as- the Southern department, remain in kins came to town but their deportAnother break-dow- n Calling into the of the engine we pass by their last resting places, died a years respon- their commands. sociated myself with was at the electric light plant on Monday we shall have to say: "Here lie two ell was few many atro. The elder Pow sible gentlemen in theseveral of Miss Federal service of fourteen regi- ment done perfect, and nothing has vears interested in for state been by them evening put the whole town in dark- beautiful souls. Eastern Kentucky telephone and wa issippi and am in position to offer ments of the national guard for po- cate further trouble. that would indiness for a while. Euirene Dunn came The following little poem seems ter works companies and was widely some very attractive propositions to lice protection was announced by the The killing is greatly lamented, to the rescue of the people and appropriate and expresses my feel- known throughout the State and the those seeking investments of this War Department. but it seems to be the concensus of his engine to town and soon ings just now: South. easy terms, aided, by character, on opinion that it was justifiable. Mr. had the town out of darkness. DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Young Powell attended thoUiii-versit- y the "Federal Fa'rm Loan Act." Pointer is considered a cool, courLife is a count of losses, of Kentucky during the 1914-191- 5 to the short winThese lands, due The body of an infant was found ageous man, wanting to avoid trouEvery year; UGH! Av-ISTOMACH, session and took a prominent ter season, and long grazing peroids in an old well at Harrodsburg. ble, but ready for it if it has to be. For the weak are heavier crosses, part in collegiate activities. While in are especially adapted to stock rais SOURNESS, HEARTBURN, John J. Bronaugh, formerly of He has been under guard since the Every year; , school he was pledged to the Phi ing and diversified farming; are well Nicholasville, is dead in Chicago. killing. GAS OR INDIGESTION Lost springs with sobs replying, His trial is set for 10 Delta Thcta fraternity. He left dur- located as to churches, schools, shipn o'clock John Wiehl, aged 87, and a Unto weary autumn sighing Thursday morning. ing February, 1915, and joined the ping points and markets; are situLexington undertaker, 13 The Moment "Pape's Diapepsin' While those we love are dying. Canadian contingent of the British ated on improved highways and are dead. Every year. LANCASTER COURT DAY Reaches The Stomach All army in Montreal as a corporal. well watered, either by streams or Brooding over debts, William A good crowd attended Lancaster Distress Goes artesian wells. Kleeman, of Redwood Falls, Minn., court Monday and business The days have less of gladness Almost every character and kind killed his wife and four children and ly good. There were no was fairMOTHER! YOUR CHILD Every year; Do some foods you eat hit back cattle to of crop that can be raised in Ken hung himself. taste good, but work bad y: ferment The nights more weight of sadness, CROSS, FEVERISH, speak of on tucky can be raised profitably in Mrs. Thomas Cross and her three-year-o- Were a goodly the market, but there Every year; into acids and cause .i sick, soar, number of mules of a FROM CONSTIPATION Mississippi. child, were drowned near rather inferior class. The majority of gassy stomach? Now, Mr. or Mrs. Fair springs no longer charm us, Cheap railroad rates for home Raywick, Marion county Monday. The them sold, Dyspeptic, jot this down: Pape's Dia- The winds and weather harm us, but it was late in the day If Tongue Is Coated, Breath Bad, seekers can be obtained by those de- mother jumped into a stream with pepsin helps neutralize the excessive The threats of death alarm us, before they did, asb uyer and seller siring to look the situation over. I her child in her arms. Stomach Sour, Clean Liver Every year. acids in the stomach so your food were far a part. They brought all shall be pleased to give further inFive men were killed and ten seri- the way from $90 won't sour and upset you. There nevAnd Bowels formation to any one who is sufficient ously injured by a permature blast al cavalry horses to $197.50. Severwas anything so safely quick, so There come new cares and sorrows, er changed hands at Every year: certainly effective. No difference how Give "California Syrup of Figs" ly interested, that will call to see me of dynamite in a new subway being $85 to $125. Business horses were or write to me at Stanford. constructed under the East River, slow at any price. Tiadly your stomach is upset you Dark davs and darker morrows, at once a teaspoonful today often HARVEY HELM. Everyiyear: near Blackwell's Island. saves a sick child tomorrow. usually get happy relinf in live minuAll of the candidates State , A bill to prohibit liquor importa- Senator were present and for a big tes, but what pleases you most is The ghosts of dead love haunt us, If your little one is did that it helps to regulate your stom- The ghosts of changed friends taunt half-sicisn't resting, eatine and JOHN PEPPLES FOR ASSESSOR tions into Georgia except for med- amount of handshaking. Through us, ach so you can eat your favorite acting naturally look, Mother! see John C. Pepples, one of the best icinal and sacramental purposes was courtesy to Mr. Jay Harlan, of Boyle, An disappointments daunt us, foods without fear. if tongue is coated. This is a sure democrats in the county, announces passed by the State Senate last'week Messrs. J. R. Mount and RepresenEvery year. Most remedies give you relief sign that its little stomach, liver and this issue for the democratic nomina- 34 to 6. It now goes to the House. tative Clay Kauffmnn, both of GarPresident Wilson is expected to is- rard, did not press their claims as some times they are slow, but not bowels are clogged with waste. When tion for assessor, subject to the prisure. "Pape's Diapepsin" is positive To the toast go dead faces, cross, irritable, feverish, stomach mary of August 4th. He made Lin- sue an order, effective April '1, re- hard as they otherwise would. Everv vear: coln countv a capital assessor sever quiring applicants for appointment in neutralizing tha acidity, so the sour, breath bad or has stomach-achpost misery won't come back very quick- As the loved leave vacant places, diarrhoea, sore throat, full of cold, al terms ago, and profiting by His ex as first, second and third-clas- s WHO'LL BE NEXT? Every year; ly. give, a teaspoonful of "California perience, will be better prepared to masters to undergo examinations. Following is a list of those who Harry Lingar, white, was killed, You feel different ns soon as Everywhere the sad eyes meet us, says he is in Syrup of Figs," and in a few hours fill the office again. He contributed to the "Pape's Diapepsin" comes in contact In the evening dust they greet us, all the constipated poisons, undiges-e- d the fight to win and his many friends and Floyd Linder, colored, was fa- have the purpose of which Woman's Club, is to reus, with the stomach distress just van- And to come to them entreat food and sour bile gently moves all over the county say they are go- tally wounded at the Yellow Creek imburse the members of it for the Every year. Saturday ishes your stomach gets Ewet. no out of its little bowels withouf grip- ing to see that he does. Mr. Pepples mines, near Middlesboro by the fire. Other No one was present when loss sustained gases, no belching, no eructations of ing, and you have a well playful is a successful farmer, but has al- night.. names will appear as donations are ways had time to work for the demo- the men fought. undigested food, your head clears "You are growing old," they tell us, child again. Every vear: American Belgian relief workers made: Mothers can rest easv after civinc cratic party and has contributed liband you ieel tine. Interior Journal $5.00 Go now, make the best investment "You are more alone," they tell us, this harmless "fruit laxative,"'' be- erally of his means in every campaign and Brand Whitlock are to be with- J. C. Hays 5.00 Every year; you ever made, by getting a large cause it never fails to cleanse the lit- in years, tie will have something to drawn from Belgium and the work Severance & Son 5.00 fifty-cent- s case of Pape's Diapepsin You can win no new affection, tle one's liver and bo'veh and sweet- say to the voters through these col- will be carried on by neutral agents Rev. P. L. Bruce 2.00 under the direction of United Mates W. C. Wilson from any drug store. You realize in You have only recollection, ens the stomach and they dearly love umns a little later on. 5.00 five minutes how needless it is to Deeper sorrow and dejection, citizens stationed in Holland. its pleasant taste. Full directions for 5.00 Every year. Grand Duke Nicholas has been K. S. Alcorn babies, children of all aees and for suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia, or MARRIAGES 5.00 grown-up- s any stomach disorder, due to acid ousted from the chief command of McRoberts & Bailey printed on each bottle. Miss Ethel Ellen Creekmore, of the Russian armies because of his Too true, Life's shores are shifting, 25-- 1 fermentation. Ueware of counterfeit svruns Ask Richmond, and Paul H. Wann, FIRE DAMAGES ABOUT $5,000. Every year; your druggist for a bottle of Nashville, were married last week. of connection with the Romanoff dydrifting, nasty. Gen. Alexieff has taken temAnd we are "California Syrup of Figs;" then see Contractor J. R. Powell, who was GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS Henry Lair Walls Every year; mat it is made by the "Ualfornia of tho Green and Miss Lizzie of the porary command of the Russian selected to make an estimate of the Mrs. Reana Griffin has been in a river section Old places, changing, fret us, Fig Syrup Company. done the by the J.0'1 serious condition. county, were made husband and wife forces. Senate of tho General Assem damageweek ago, court-hous- e forget us, The fire n finds that tho loss Charles Davis sold to John Davis The living more' to on the 23rd. bly of Kentucky yesterday adopted vrill not exceed $5,000. forget us, There are fewer His estia sow and pigs for $33. TORNADO VISITS BOYLE William J. 21, Every year. The farmers arc feeling good since The northern and western sections .Miss Georgia Manuel, aged 17, and that section of the Oliver Bill which mate on the building has been made Ann Adkins, were provides that the State Auditor and but that on the furniture has not the warm days have come. of Boyl6 county were visited by a made one on the 2"4th. Both are two members to be appointed by the been completed. The figures on tho Miss Maggie Davis was the week But the truer life draws nigher, destructive tornado Friday night. from the East End. Every year; the Tax building are not given out, but Mr. Governor shall comprise end guest of her sister, Mrs. Zack Barns were blown down and resiW. J. Mitchell, aged 17, and Miss Commission. And its morning star climbs higher, dences wrecked, stock killed and peoPowell assured the Interior Journal Brock. Delia Frances Todd, 10, were joinEvery year; Half a million dollars have been that they will not be Tar from the ple hurt. Robert H. Devers. a farmer. ed Charles Davis sold to Andy Davis Henry Todd's made by Lexington people trading in $3,500 mark. He has made his esheart and hand of the Beech Grove section five shoats Earth's hold on us grows slighter, was in his barn when it was wreck- in the Wavnesburcr at section, on tho "War Babies" in the last six months, timate room by room and has taken And the heavyburden lighter. ed. He was badly hurt. W. C. Craw-fer- d 20th. for $32.50. according to an estimate made by a much pains in doing so. R. L. Hammack of Point Leavell, And the Dawn Immortal brighter, suffered a broken arm and was is in receipt Lexington banker in a Every year. spent Saturday and Sunday with his hurt Internally it is feared. The homo of The Interior Journal Lena Russell-- , know. The speculation has position to the news that Miss been heav FAIR MEETING SATURDAY P. M. aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Charof Reuben Garnett was carried com- daugther of "Bud" Russell, of tho ily R. B. Mahonoy. Laport, Minn. increased lately, ho said. pletely awav but Mr. Garnett nnd West les Davis. The stockholders of tho Lincoln End, was married a few days Three hundred women employees his wife were not injured. The ampi-theat- ago Charles Davis bought of G. W. are asked to meet nt the to Charles B. Irwjn, of Florida. of a Boston department store are county fair Pythias hall at 3 o'clock RANK FOOLISHNESS Saylor a good milk cow for $45. Mr. of the Perryvillo Association Tho bride, who has been living in ready to take their places in Uncle Knights of You occasionally seo it stated that was wrecked. A Davis sold to E. L. Wilson, two barn on W. Hart's Indianapolis, for sometime, is a grad Sam's preparedness ranks. For many Saturday afternoon next, 31st. Imcolds do not result from cold wea- farm was portant business is to bo transacted shoats for $25. wrecked and a large plank That is rank foolishness. Were from tho debris wns driven entirely uate of Hustonvillo High School and weeks they have been drilling with and a large attendance is desired. E. ther. Mr. A. G. Daivs visited his brother-in-lahas many friends In the West End of real guns, under the tutelage of Na- C. truo colds would be as prevalent, through his residence. 25-Zack Brock at Brindle Ridge. it Walton, Secretary. in midsummer as in midwinter. The the county. tional Guard officers, and dressed in ii. w. bay lor sold a cow to to E. microbe the regulation khaki uniform, puttees that causes colds flourishes saylor for ?45. FITZ SAVING SOULS SIGN OF GOOD DIGESTION HOW TO PREVENT CROUP in damp, cold weather. To get rid of and hat. If necessary, they could go Bob Fitzsimmons, tho famous pugiWhen you see a cheerful and hapatWhen tho child is subject to into tho trenches. When to Take Chamberlain's Tablets a cold take is Chamberlain's Cough py old lady you may know that she tacks list, has started out as an ovangolist. Forty-si- x of croup, seo to it that ho eats men, women and chileffectual and is highly When you feel dull and stupid af- Remedy, It has good digestion. If your digestion a light evening meal, as an overload- dren are known to havo lost their He opened his first camnaie-in a recommended by people who have is ter eating. impaired or if you do not relish ed stomach mnv brine on nn nttnek. lives, more than 200 were injured, smnll Pennsylvania town last week. used it for many years as occasion When constipated or bilious. many of them fatally, and the city's "Fitz" says that the rest of his lifo know its real value. your njeals take n dose of Chamber- also watch for tile first symptom When you have a sick headache. required, and lain's Tablets. They strengthen the hoarseness, and give Chamberlain's whole north end was leveled to the will bo devoted to uplifting mankind. Obtainable everywhere. When you have a sour stomach. stomach, improve tne digestion and Cough Remedy as soon as the.' child ground by the cyclone which struck When you belch after eating. C. O. COLORED WOMAN DIES New Albany Friday afternoon. G. II. Masters has recently pur- cause a gentle movement oi the bow- becomes hoarse. Obtainable When you have indigestion. chased a Ford, which he els. Obtainable everywhere. Deaths agony and the destruction of "Aunt Sue" Jones, one of the best When nervous or despondent. homes, factories and churches and known colored women of Crab OrWhen you haye no relish for your will add to his livery. 'There are 21,600 moving picture J. H. Hill sold his Ford to W. J.. public buildings to the cxtont of chard, died there last night after a meals. the United States and Owens, of Brodhead, and bought more than $1,000,000 lay in the wake protracted illness. She was very popLet the I. J. supply you with en-- J Wet0" When your liver is torpid. abo,ut $2,000,000,000 Invested in the another, as good as new, of S. R. of whirlwind that took less than five ular with the white people and was graved carol Obtainable everywhere. business. Stocker. minutes in the passing. one of tho best cooks in her section. er ld er 11 well-knowld out-of-sork, e, 50-ce- nt sea-war- d, er 2t u er x I 1, K 'it. i . " fr 5vaifv.w ' f li1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: The Interior Journal E. C. Wnlton nnd J. H. Wright Inttred at thf necnnd cl i uesday, March 27, 1917 rteflnr at Stanford, Ky., mail matter. l Subscriptions nre cnh In ndvnnce to 11: pa-- ' per stops when time for which It l paid, l up The Interior Journal I authorized to announce the following candidates for office siib-'e-y to the Democratic primary the first In AiiRiist, 1017. (Announcement fee for each county office Is $10; for district office, $15: for city or maRlsterlnT office $5. No nnonncement will be made until fee Is paid pfr yrar....................$l.fin Until liic ..... .... 1.00 Twice n wrrk, fur 8 months 0 montln ...... .76 wnk, for Twice Twice a week, for 3 mnntM................ .40 Whip, per yenr........ 1.0" Once n week, cither a wrrlc, i Subscription Rates WorkingMen I Political Announcements. money in. HRsln OUR bank, ma Jfesl BHk S 0BRYAN BROS. I Never since the world began has there been at much labor done at will be done this year. The high price of all farm and manufactured product puts the world on nettles; puts energy in men. These men are going to To plant, plow, worm, strip and puck tobncco is linrd work; nnd when n man raises a big bunch of tobacco he is entitled to n 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 i For Slate Senator JAY W. HARLAN II. CLAY KAUFFMAN J. R. MOUNT. For Sheriff J. H. LIVINGSTON. M. S. HAUGHMAN. W. S. DRYE. For County Judge M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE For County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY. W. S. nURCII W. B. HANSFORD For Representative For Jailer W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMER JOHN J. MOSER For Assessor J. N. CASH In advance.) Labor in Fields and Factories and to labor you must wear the laThey borers clothes OVERALLS. are the only sensible work clothes, and the best of all OVERALLS is O'Bryan's (I j j& II. G. SKILES. kef FACTORIES NASHVILLC u WEST NASHVILLE V3S23!:V No y 1 iI You know them, most of you are wearing them. Wc can fit you; any size from the smallest boy to the largest man. JOHN C. PEPPLES. For Magistrate 1st Dist. Put YOUR money in OUR bank. Wc pay three per cent interest. For Magistrate Hustonville District SAM M .OWENS. J. T. DUDDERAR The Lincoln County National Bank "Corner Next to Court House" Stanford, Kentucky i 0AA I . Cvr f ) 1 Little Willie jf""t me beis nmsom Tomniy Ache! BKstXHJBHmni t aH just will eat green apples or puckery persimmons or too much jelly cale. Old' fashioned belliake is acute indigestion. Give the sufFercr a good big dose of castor oil and apply a hot water bottle to the spot of greatest pain. hot water bottles in your home ache and rheumatism, too. goods to b The youngsters European Until the barbarous war, the ruthless destruction by Gen. in his march to the sea Sherman from Atlanta was the rnot horrible But even the terrible deeds of the man who was trying to prove his words that "war is hell" pale almost into insignificance in the German de- Lexington Herald, we turn to Enoch struction and ravishment of France. Grehan's inimical paragraphs and Cities by the wies havo been des- Rofget for the nonce what a great mistreated, trees mistake the people made in not clect-- i troyed, women have been cut down over thousands ig the editor president, as he seems of acres, the country has been de- ' be so much more competent to nuded of every green thing, and the i irect the affairs of the nation in this fields blown up and rendered infer- tne most critical crisis in its history, tile for years, while wells have been ll is a pity that so many men so much polluted rendering them deadly in more competent to manage the Nause. Every ingenuity and invention tional affaris, in their own conceits, f least, are not on the job. of the devil seem to have been resorted to by the Kaiser and his minis the So general and ions, whose savagery an1 teiTorism have made them the despised of al! i niilemnation of the benators wno t ntmni1 li 11 nations. The whole world ought to iinnonrl niv, uiutvu timi vnlifrtr uv,unimwj 'vriVunite in driving the brute, who is tat mcy may uu anuuuu iu siiiiiuy r.tlw.1 Tii.,.1o T.i it'iflin.if making the Get man army a reproach and a by word 'to humanity from ii 'signation to distinguish and locate, power and to the degradation and i iom in tne minus ot the public. death he so richly deserve. And the sooner this nation joins in the laudMoney fairly flew in Danville the able undertaking the better. ther day, when a Q. & C. train far-sprea. . McRoberts & Bailey en THIRD ANNUAL AUTO SHOW Lexington, Kentucky i I Shelburne's Hal! South Broadway j You ought to have one of our guaranteed for neuralgia, tooth- We behad. Our castor oil in bulk or capsule carry the highest quality of rubber Is as slick ii and active as greased lightning. The Lincoln Pharmacy J. W. ACEY, Proprietor n DR. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacist Champ Claik does not think anybody will kick his dog around, and says he is certain to be by oi.e to five majority. Helms recently returned from a visit to New Orleans to see his grandchild, r few weeks old. and incidentlv to be that the assured by his Progressive from Louisianna will vote for him. That assurance seems to have been forthcoming and enables him to claim that the House will be fully organized in an hour and forty minutes. Democratic from top to bottom. A quorum being present the election will be bv majority vote, without regard to the present line-u- p of the congressmen. Let us pray that Old Champ knows whereof he affirms and that the president will still have both branches of Congress to back his program. son-in-la- w 250 in nickels and dimes. Owen Iclntyre and Louis Landram headed he crowd in their ellort to get a staKe and they got it. ruck a registered sack containing I N Organization of the new House by the Democrats was declared to be assured by Representative Randall, of California, Prohibitionist, and independone of the five ents upon whom the political complexion of the House seemed to hinge. HALF MILLION DOLLAR EXHIBIT OF HIGH CLASS PLEASURE AND COMMERCIAL CARS Automobile Show Lexington, March 28, 29, 30, 31 When you come to this big show be sure to look up the Saxon exhibit. is J The agency for your county still open. J If you already have a car get our "Special Show Prices on Tires." taste from Roosevelt, who was president for nearly eight years to lecture Wilson for the country's unprepaueilness, since ho did nothing during his terms to aid the injunction "in times ot peace prepare for war." He shot off his mouth in his usually disgusting manner at a meeting in New Yprk the other night, evidently attempting to show how much better he could than President Wilson had he been elected four years ago. witn all Lhe criticisms the fact remains that more preparation for war has been made during President Wilson's than in 25 years preceding. Roosevelt's continued criticisms of his betters is fast destroying the wnning respect the country has for It comes in bad The GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER The Secret of Health and Happiness ilnom1s mninlv in havincr red. nure blood. Yes, blood is the life! Stick a knife into the heart, out flows the life fluid and you die at oncel Now, when the blood is poisoned by disease, various disorders undermine your system, nnd death, though slow, is just as certain as by the knife unless you use the proper rem edy to torco out me uiscasc. Now sufferers from any form of blood disorder, no matter how bad, or from Rheumatism in any of its forms, you may havo sought relief by ,oV.;.,n. if nut nf. thr Tint Snrintrs. bv taking big bottles of stomach wash, miscalled "bloou puriners," Dy mjec- :..(, nf cnitima ni-- nvnn lir thr RUr. geon's knife. Do not be discouraged. ARLO will not fail you. ADTO nnito in tVio vorv rnnts of blood and rheumatic troubles, and by removing the cause, makes rich, pure blood go dancing through your veins. ARLO is sold exclusively in Stan ford at THE PENNY DRUG STORE E. R. Coleman, Prop. CENT-A-WOR- Superb Decorations. Two Concerts Daily. The only thing of its kind in the Blue Grass BMBBMMlMiMaswOMOsBCsWBnilKjlP.lIlM ' nswrnarrrwini - umih - .... ; PHONE No. 210 -- FOR- Washburn-Crosb- y have-don- Gold Medal Flour Fresh Groceries Best of Fresh Meals Fleijch-mann'- Quality Guaranteed and Prices Right. Fresh Bread Daily. Yeast Daily. Give me a trial s horn. Phoenix Motor Car Co. INCORrOKVTED 250 East Main St. Lexington, Ky. it has proved the worst of any of the town's ill gotten gains Tho time may come when tho county seat of Daviess can make and enforce such a foolish ordinance but it won't be dur ing tho 20th century. Our sincerest sympathy is extendGiovannoli, of the Lexington Leader, in tho loss by death of his lovely little daughter. None but a parent can realize what such a loss means, and how it tears tho heart strings to have to give up ed to Editor Harry er since its unpopularity resulted almost in the country people quit roming to town, as they thought it especially nimed at them. During this month there have been 56 arrests and $148 in fines assessed, bul but That small towns cannot put on too many city airs has just been proven to Owensboro, which had an caught ordinance fining anyone walking diagonally across a street. It was called the jaywalking ordinance, is is Harry N. Jones Next Door to First National Bank COAL Car Gem cash at Folo's. COMING The Stanford, Kentucky not enforced any more, just in; lGc. spot 25-l- p Woman's Minstrel in April. in the flock now. They are good ones. J. M. Cress, Stanford, R. Club F. D. No. 4. 24-- tf o,ISLE-4- 5 eod' yue ewes. Wear Good Clothes You might at well wear good clothe while you're at it. People respect you for it. You'll reipect yourtelf. You won't need to spend a great deal of money or to have your clothe made. Simply drop J I I t t in and try on what we have to show. D n beloved child, eUptfehlly, when like this one, 't Had its fatner'u more t:".-d- (Ads hers are 1 ee wora Men tuns, ctsh love, since the sad and untimely with order; no id less than 35 Mch Issue.) ADS FOR SALE Angus bull calf, ROOMS FOR RENT For light nn housekeeping. Mrs. Bettio Barnett, fourteen ......v..., uiu, ,.. nn waliu o . lrfirifi wiiw, Bjvtinvpjir-riir- t ao East Main street. rel horse mule, 10 2 hands work anywhere; typeFOR SALE. Second-han??ut. nnd harness L. Neal, Moreland, Ky. 25-- 1 writer. In good condition. A bargain new. 24-Adams Bros., Hustonville. CHOICE ENSILAGE SEED CORN grows io to 14 feet tall; yields as FOR SALE at your own bid break ai diggers; well or better ftmn v.uiuury corn; cart: hay rake; gate hinges; double trees; single have limited supply. Price $2.50 a trees; straw stack cutting knife; old bushel. Jones Baughman, Moreland. p harness. Jos. Ballou. 25-2T- s. - 1-- four-year-o- ld d tf S& tf post-hol- e 25-l- 24-- 4t death of her mother. . W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky This is tho season for "after much persuasion and great reluctance, I have decided to yield to the imnor- tunities and announco myself a candidate for" hero insert office. The statement may bo true in some instances but wo havo noticed that it Is generally the man with the bee in his bonnet, who puts up such a spell for tho office he is honing to secure. Whenever we get wrought up over the criticisms of our president by the LADIES Engraved cards should vnrt rate t be used for all social purposes. See Ior 8Io ailot WANTED To rent 40 or 50 of we have and as you hemp seed. First-clas-s seed and the new samples save the middle man's profit acres of good grass land. W .C. cheap as they can be bought anySep me at once. Call or phone Shanks, Stanford. J. W where. The Interior Journal. 50-"""luru ' Phone 13: Try some of MR. MOTORIST WANTED to buy mares, geldings tho Monticello gasoline at Ander- and stallions by Bohemian King. Will name BKKAK buy any age. Write The Glenworth acres yet in ly field; have Have 200 son's Garage. You'll like it. tho plenty of Farms, Burgin, Ky., or telephone e'::,M?" make ?3 mu as $5 per anywnere; day 235 Danville exchange. Also want to of,' AUTO SERVICE luou P,ow teams; will farm a number of good registered ay highest can or night; reasonable prices. Call mares to Bohemian King this season. E ouse them. price: Jones, board and Josh Stanford. phono 234. T. H. Eads. 25tf. Ky f ""ri,," 24-t- f. tf -- K 24-2- t. 14-4- 23-t- " "1 --; ' iV. t .,, 1917 The Interior Journal, Stanford. Keitm. .y. Tuesday, March 27, Experts from tho factory have been here to see his machine and are well pleased with it. R. M. Arnold, of Danville, was a recaller at this office Saturday andsevports that he has recently made en sales of that popular automobile, the Chevrolet. Mr. Arnold has secured the services of Messrs. Potter and Shackleford, two of tho oldest and best mechanics in this part of the country, to look after his garage. be The Pleased to learn that there Is at least science has one dreaded disease that been able to cure in all Its stages and that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous of the Bystem thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the patient strength by building up the con. stltutlon and assisting nature In doing Us work. The proprietors have so much faith In the curative powers of Halls Catarrh Medicine that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any cose tbat It falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address P. J. CHRNBT & CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Druggist, 75c. Bur-fac- es LANCASTER Mrs. KllsMbtfln Dillon, of Stan : ford, is vlstttntr Mrs. N. Millar, I l... nm ff IJICKCrmill, wim 1,.- .WiihMagicJ'Gots-S- t' Y. .IIIS. tif II. iiii. neon quite sick ni nir mime on .un-pl- o avenue, i? much better nt this 2 Drops Do the Work, Fainlessly. time. ol "I tell you, beforo I hoard Miss Bettie M, Kolinon, one of I used to try onothtmr after 'Octs-I- t' the high school teachers, visited relnnotlier lor corns, i sun iiau iiioiu. 1 used bandages and thoy mado my atives in Campbellsvlllo the week- Greenup Msn, Once All Run end. bins. 35 Mr J. Wade Walker left Friday There will be preaching nt the Down, Gels (few Energy. Goshcil church, Sunday April 1st. All for Dallas, Texas, where ho has acW M. k urged to be present ami everybody cepted ii good position in one of tho lending banks of that city. invited. Forest Stapp, W. O. King and RobAnnual meeting ofthe Presbyterian church oflicers to make out church ert Kinnaird, were in Louisville this is report Thursday evening nt 7 o'- week, Mr. King and Mr. Stapp driv- THANKS TANUC FOR CHANGE ing back their Hupmobilrs. clock nt the church. Bev. E. W. (oakley, of Waynes .ir. nenry faimnson. who holds burg, will assist the pastor. Rev. J., down a good position in Ptirccll's tle-Owens, in a meeting which will nnrtment store nt Lexington, visited "I used to swell up ItV frojr tftot bof;in nt the Fergum Baptist church, his relatives hero Sunday. catinic," said James Wayson, whrf I A Christian Endeavor piay will ho master At Grennup, Ky Somerset, Sunday. "but thnt The Methodist Hoard of Temper- - given nt the school auditorium in the w'ns before I started Inking Tanlsr. M. 3 9 A. M. nnce will not p'ih the prohibition near future. Mrs. W. It. Todd, of That bloat feelinx nmendment nt the coming session of Stanford, is instructing the chnrac- - out of me and mailstook hI! the lift me tired and Congress liocaiie of the pessuro, ot tcrs The Lnncnster Christian Endenvor droopy. I didn't sspm to have a h4t international affairs Corn Drive Ynn Mnfl? Try "KolM-- If uml They'll 1'ccl Itltslit Oil! Hut it's different with id Society of this Societies sent a large delegation to of ambition. The Ladies' too so blfj it was murder to put on Baptist church will meet with Mr?. the District Christian Endenvor Con- ni now. I sure Wl fine. and other mv shoe. I used salves Woodiu Halo nt her home on East vention, that wan held at Danville, "Refore I took Tnnlac I was eatlnR th'inuM tlmt ntp off tnoro of tno too I'd cut Main itvoet at 2:"iii Frid.w afternoon. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. tlrnn they did tho com. Bclaaors, and practhnllv noihimr juxt a little sow lint dip with UnlvcH and A full nttendaiii v of the ladies is and milk now and then--mfitor . now no innro fooling for me. Two HARRIS CREEK l did ull tho work. drops of OetH-t- l' wnu'dn't anvth'n t" Riyn-.c'iInKy. A Mi?sionar.'. and Educational Fashauner vill complete It makes the corn shrlvl nm it Ret Z'l After eating no matter wb' rlcnt stitute will be held at th Baptist tho new church. loose that you ran Just pick off with your niiKers!" i hflrhed and blr.,'., hrwtes I .i . tict is chinch beginning Tuesday. April in. :ia little- -1 and new There has been nothing "Octs-l- disall the nervous daily, one tivfs at Junction City. There will be HOCKER, President H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier covered for cornn slnro wnv ttho J. S. 1 Wedding bells are expected to wns horn. It's the now way. e "I iiieadd for n rh' . ot V,:V,Q P. M. ard lh" other at simple, sure comnion-xens' men of the Hap- - ring here soon. CjUC3s who.' I tiv; Pome of the Ii"-(icouldn't sleep. C. HAYS FOSTER, Asst. Cashier S. T. HARRIS, Clots-It- " Is sold everywhere. Ir.o Mrs. Tobe Rice has been very ill, night and .vnke up In the n,. on receipt of price tist ehurch " i'l take ;nvt and the a bottle, or sent & Co., Chicago, 111. by 13. Lawrence much meetinirs promise to be of irreal in-- 1 but is reported better this tiiwl out. I er'il'i barely stn . W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. Bookkeeper W. Brock, State Sun- - j week. my feet durinjr tlic day. I got recommend- torcat. Rev. pe L Sold in Stanford and lorn AsnoacKer nas purchased a ri'tnrv. t s. i.envon. da" s'liofl ' "'' " x m what to c ed as the world's best corn romed? a B. Y. P. U. specialist, Dr. F. W. new motorcycle and seems to enjoy t:0,u,;'uf,,'(., "A friend told me to try Tanlac. i Danville ridim? it. of the n.wtoiby The Lincoln Pharmacy and The Piw..l.r,H Miss Minnie Woods wns in Crab Penny Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Benedict and hesitated at lirst, because I hart tried Dr. W. D. Pow llnntist PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Orchard today. ell and E. O. Bryan, of Louisville, little son, are visiting Mr. Raney and many things and taken many tips Mr. and Mrs. George H. Farris Hut I got Tanlac on from friends. are some of the distinguished speak - family, near Kidd's Store. March 28 Woman's Club will in Lexintgon with friends today. are Mr. and Mrs. Matt Dreisler spent this friend's adviro and I thank God Mr. W. L. Dawson continues quite ers who will be present and take meet in Miss Burch's studio at 3 P. Mrs. Elizabeth Dillion is in Lancas- ill pari in me '""", , ",, , """"- - that (I'd. it mil the work. M. ter visiting relatives and friends. icr, .urs. i uuer .ticr.iircsu. ATfc Afnttw Wifliir wliii tins: linon "Today I am in fine health. I sleep Mr. A. W. Carpenter, of the West , lins iJrieslei-- ami Kaynionii WILSON WELL GUARDED Mrs. Logan McCall was in Louis- End, was here Sunday to see Mr. sick for several weeks, is thought to shnuner, Walter McElfresh and Andy fine and am not nervous a bit. I hvo be some better. President Wilson is now one of a big appetite. So, you see, it's no ville Monday. . John Lutes. closely guarded rulers in Ireiatntzcr, have put in telephones. wonder that I urge others who sufStanley P. Stephenson and S. Miss Eshter Burch was in Crab OrMiss MoJlie Daugherty has been Kfng Carpenter, of the West End, the most T,...,i,.o nnv..t servie.. men Mrs. Jasper Caddis and children ..i.i tho chard Monday. ill at her Home on Danville avenue were business callers at this office guard the President night and day visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. fered as I did to get Tanlac right off." J. E. Buck, of Gilbert's Creek was for several days. If you are not feeling rijrht get eb, near Alum Springs, last week. Saturday. and the police force around the in town Monday. E. C. Moore and wife, of Liberty, Row Shouse filled his appoint- - Tanlac today. Delay in health matA little daughter arrived Sunday White House, which maintains a Walter Singleton spent a few dns were the guests Sunday of Ed Wilhunday morning, ue ters is dangcrouti. viiril in connection nient Here morning to bless the union of Mr. t.u'entv-fnur-hot- ir with home folks last week. kinson and family and Mrs. Moore. and Mrs. Harry Carter. The young with the closed gates of the Execu- preached at Moore's school house D. McClure, of Eubank, is the E. Mrs. Jessie Stagg went to Crab Sunday afternoon. has Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stsn-for- d guest of the family of M. K Law- Orchard today to attoiyl the burial lady, who weighs eight pounds, Car- tive Mansion and other guard duty, visT. .1. been named Florence Elizabeth now number less than fifty men. iting W. Benedict, of Creston, is He at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. S. Benedict and family. This ndditionnl force, was put on ter. "charles Stewart, of Danville,M. has of her relative, Mrs. Nancy L. stopped over here on his way to Coleman, Proprietor. O. "I greatly appreciate the Interior duty nt the time of Germany's threato Louisville on business. been with his sister, Mrs. Stephenson Dozier, who nas a poTanlac can now bo obtained in folvisits to my submarine war-C.r,. Geary. . sition at Wanda, was here yesterday Journal's want to keep it coming as to resume ruthless Ambassador von Farmers seem to be rather busy lowing neamy cities: Morclar.d, Abn nnd when ,. , home and . ... . i, Mrs. 1. u. nancy ' !'ilt"u",h " we getting ready lor tneir crops. "is auiu, miss lauic siepnen- - long as I 'nave a home." writes J. D. t tr.Ttr ,.... .riven lis g0 few days with Mrs. J. W. sure glad to see these few sun- - raham Minks; Hustonville. Adams j arc Washington' Star. Steenbergen from Middletown, Ohio, I'haK T nr .T . ..... M ATr R TTIcVin.. . nnil iililnti iliilu. iitil fn bn.ili tlio ciinirC! nTi Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-buritinty utia twin hj ihj.4l t wc ouun for another encloses $1.50 Miss Hannah Aldridgc went to ington, were (Milled last week to the as he subscription. It makes us feel that Joe Mc Williams: Middloburg, HERE the birds. year's WILL OPEN CAMPAIGN Monday to visit relatives bedside Lancaster of her father, Mr. John V. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyn Tt reems to have been piotty well Spring is just over the hill. and friends. Lutes. Stnte the aspirants Bros.; Brodhead, John Robins: orders his I. J. W. R. Denham Wheat jumped to $2.0:? per bushel settled thatth; district J. for Mount Miss Emily Murphy, HARROW OF IT of Shelby R. " Senator in City, Okla., City, came up Monday changed from Oklahoma at Evansville, Ind., Saturday. Let ever bov in America eomnn1-t- caster. R. E. McRoberts; Bee for a short and II. Clav Kauffnian. of Lancaster, stay with her aunt, Mrs. George P. to Iowa City, la. memory and infuse his soul with J. Reynolds & Son; Wayncsband Jay Harlan, of Danville will the spirit of the words of Cardinal W. M. Lutes, of Lexington, was DcBordc. A. Horton. tponkiner campaign in onen their here last of the week with his broMr. and Mis. II. J. McUobcrts and preparedness meeting Stanford on April court (lav, 9th. Un- Gibbons to"Ia want every boy here of Mr. John Lutes. Miss Anne Davis McRoberts were to ther. , less the couit house is repaired by children:per cent, patriotic, so that R. L. Berrv. of Hu.t.. Mrs. Emma Higginbottom, of Lan-- in Lancaster Sunday with relative? be 'ieit time, and it is certain that it wne 100 week from ' has returned home after a ' and friends. caster, never an emergency comes yon t:.i ; ed peakinP- - will take will not be, the Oh . wlvie he attend."! ' Mrs. Belle Perkins. visit to Mrs. .1. C. Osborne, of Knoxville up for the to r ,lai-in the onom hou,e. TV three- - will be ready honor stand Shorthorns. Fi ri Mrs. S. J. Tatem, of Crab urcnaru, s uere uie guest oi ner sisters, ot your country, m'l'-i.io- T' ' :m . rn.l .1 to he an i,t ,,.r;.-e-; will be here on ? millmoiy goods,. vs Wnrren Mr Osborne was here for erano of in the city buying ' and hold hark nt no sain i.e m .1'! Ueiestinr one :. a ..n-n now,! willThe '., HQmi ner imvmBv-u.u.1- . clays. the i ih.s of t ,.; greatest li'i. ' .i - i...- v he-ioptfco . Khtei, 'seerai here to -- e and f' a th'-Mrs C. I.. Dorsey and Record. sale i. Altorneys j. s. 0walcv and K s "",h Fh oiling gun fired. Corpor il ( 'v. SO 7" Dorsey, of Miss Mcota Alcorn and Sheriff J. G. Weatherford w, Fi'lpail L... year-ol- d are the guests of her sister, Mis. .. woro at Stanton p0W(!n COunty, on iWONDERFV'l STUFF! klm&rZm.THfcfarfelttvsiavl IVjUS. Mi. Ben-- 'muyhti,.. a D. Eads. legal business Monday., "St lues WCIPWWI u,,i, ,- :.....!.. !.. LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS pJC D ?7JT ' K B T .' ... Mrs. J. R. Mount, of. Lancaster, Tw f 'i? ' f'iv ore. who has been" visiting ner nroincr, several weelcs, went to Louisville Apply A Few Drop-- . Then Lift Corns Mr. H. J. McKobcrts, returned nomu Saturday to consult a specialist. Dr. Off With Finger: . Or .. .... V 'n tor Boir'M'i t, Vio T.avi. . . ,1. J na. ... ., . .IV . Saturday. E. J. Brown accompanied her. No Pain h v 1 ll't Lift f" fli? ii vlin is from Bpltrium. wii. leaves Wednesday foi S t.lniMUJ 9 J J. Painter 3 Miss Katie Lynn Wood went to rt.Hnt3-j'i ,, M;i A o ;M , i'.:tliiiiun li'lltlK' .l tj:..u...i uii rtin - i". Durango, Col., to see his sister, Mrs. Lancaster today to remain for sevat vaan dr JGcry. No humbug! Any corn, whethei-hard- j .. who is ill 'With eral weeks. th mie st of the Belgian Aid Fund. Charlotte Jarrett, She will take painting soft "r between the tees, will ,Ur.tVaUndleMrs. J. II. Collier. Mrs. lessons from Miss Sallie Elkin. loosen riirh' up and lift out, without I. W. R. Willis, formerly of this city, o vrnin or soreness. Collier, a J. M. Collier and Miss Clara the city but who has been with C. R. Martin This driv is called freestone and i of Crab Orchard, were in at Danville, lias resigned and taken a compound of ether discovered by a Monday afternoon. a position with Allen Catron at SomCincinnati man. Mrs. G. P. Vaughan. of Lexington, erset. Ad; at .'iv drug stove for a smnl! or Elixir Springs, for a weekson, is at Messrs. F. 0. Gooch, J. B. Perkins and bottle of freezone. which will cost is accompanied by her so. She and A. B. Morgan, prominent citihut n trifle, but is sufficient to rid G. F. Vaughan, Jr. zens of the Waynesburg section, every corn or have asked that the picture "NIOBE," be shown here again on's feet of drops directly callus. any Mrs. Ed Kclley have re- were in the city Monday. Mrs. Gooch Mr. and unon Put a fe"' so it has been secured for a return engagemen: home at Richmond af- accompanied her husband. turned to their tender achnn; corn or callus. Instant-- 1ter a visit to Mr. and Mrs. G. T. KclMr. and Mrs. E. J. Ford, Mrs. Harlv the soreness disappears and shortley of this county. ry N. ly the cor "r callus w'U loosen and Louisville nings, Jones, and Mrs. Ben P. JenColeman Lutes, of the and little daughter, Mary can be lift.'.' off with the fingers. recruiting office who is hero with his Margaret, motored to Mt. Vernon TliSa lrnp- freezone doesn't eat out got 2; Monday father, tells the I. J. that ho and and spent the day with the corns nnd calluses but shrivels The majtcrpicce of Hazel Dawn ask anyone who saw the . recruits at Columbia last week. friends. even irritating the them without Mr. J. G. Carlton, who livod in picture when first shown here. 5 and 10 cents Friday night. News from Mrs. B. II. Buehler. surrounding kin. Stanford for several years, was here now located it Irvine is to the effect think! No pain at all; no sovo-neJust Monday calling on the merchants, lie that she is interested in a big oil well EVERYBODY WHO SAW IT THE FIRST TIME WANTS TO or smarting when applying it or is now located at Bowling Green. that camo in this week. Her many afterwards. If your druwi3t don t SEE IT AGAIN. D. B. Kambp have friends here will be glnd to learn that Mr. ami Mrs. have freezone have him order it for returned to their home at Livingston, she is "striking it lucky" in her new -- ''"l you. to their after a short visit M. Fields,relatives, home. Somerset ournal. of Mr. and Mrs. W. -Miloy E. Smith, division represenDIDN'T RAISE US THEsiTKSMBBEBMnitjsBasasitsnnissffarcaiKxvi The State Hoard of Equalization at Burgin came up tative for the Indestrcuto metal silo. Miss 'Mary Lucille asatWas with local agent J. 0. Newland Frankfort let Lincoln county's from college at Campbellsville to sessment of values stand whore it last week number tend the burial of her grandmother, of them in and sold quite asays that this was. This is a compliment to AssesMrs. Nancy L. Edmiston, at Crab the metal silo issection. He long left meeting a sor E. D. Kennedy and the local Orchard. board of supervisors. in the way of a perMrs. A. B. Morgan and son, Glenn, want ensilage as well producing a perDr. Price's Old Rooms as being Waynesburg. were puests of Mr. fect of II. Gooch, MR. BRIGHT BUYS MITCHELL and Mrs. E. Pettus. Wednesday of manent improvement. in Mr. W. M. Bright, cashier of the Waynesburg. spent Lincoln County National Rank, has this city with friends and relatives. joined tho nutoists. having just Somerset News. bought a handsome Mitchell touring Coleman Lutes, of the U. S. recar. cruiting office, Louisville, is here with w.,uov his father, Mr. Jonn Sheep to the value of $3,399 were condition is considered satisfactory. county last year. killed in Bourbon Lutes, of Danville, was here Keene The total dog tax collected from the Sunday with him. county was $985. Saturday, for J. S. Holtzclaw loft a proposition to consider Chicago, with the International Harvester Co., concerning his patent hemp brake. Corns Loosen Off PREPAREDNESS WITH THE CHURCHES. The Initios of the IlnpMnt church nnd candy will have an cxrhnnirc .,!,. I ...... 3,.. . .VIflnv ...... fUVi jf Anril ...... I'rcsbvterinn Churrh Mid week service Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. "Gloryinir in the Cross." G. W. Hasty will premh Sunday afternoon nt 2:.10 o'clock at Mason's Gap at the home of Mr. J. B. Bob- WHARF MASTER j LIVELUS EVER years this Bank has been For PREPARED and READY to NOW UtfrflHfeHHflV serve its customers, and READY! L. ' Bank Opens Bank Closes P. The First National Bank Stanford, Vice-Preside- nt ! y d n, t f I I ' I i "". -- '"'v 1 a I semi-week- ly mii,,,tl'i g, I" - i Mrs. Francis Wedr esdays The 1 't '. moin-.KaVl- I - -- Lou'il. I "-- -- lail.-lphi-- . i j MWTM?i HPMff iL23x& Cr-llui- . J.-..- Sty Shop u-.- i is open every day i So Many People Tuesday Thursday Saturday Nights j j - Friday Night, Marcl ss Style Shop Don't Forget the New Sport Silks and Sport Poplins Bargain Store $4.98 $9.98 $1.50 to $15.00 to $25.00 to '$10.00 Will Have Our Spring CoatH from Spriug SuItM from, Spring Skirls from inery Display March 30th and all the rest of season. Latest styles and novelties in Millinery. You are cordially invited to call and inspect my line before buying Pongees in plain stripes and dots 75c to $1.00 Poplins in plain stripes and dots $m Reward, $1M readers ot this paper will WE HAVE A BIG LINE OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR 50c to $2.50 Gowns priced from 48c to $1.98 Underskirts priced from 25c to $1.00 priced from Corset Covers 98c ,to $2.50 Princess Slips priced from Don't forget to ask to sea our line of Silk Hose from 39c to $1.75 60 cents Bungalow Aprons, worth 75 cents, now $1.25 to $1.50 Wash Habutai with sport dots and plaids, at $2.00 Bargain Store SALEM & SALEM Mrs.S. J. Tadm Crab Orchard, Ky. Severance's .R The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: '. 'Tuesday, March 27, WAYNESBURG L C'fe; 1917 PUBLIC SALE -- t 0F- wo Valuable Fayetle County Farms March 29 On the above date, nt about the hour 1 1 a. m., I, the umtersijrneii, Hcnt for the heirs of the Into Samuel Moore, anil for the purpose of making a division of his etate, will sell at public auction to the hiphest bidder on the Home Farm, situated about thirteen (13) miles from Lexington on the Jack's Creek pike, two (2) miles from Spears' postofhee, nnd adjoining the lands of Carroll and I'rathor, two (2) tracts of land, described as follows: The first tract consists of the home farm, upon which Samuel Moore lived and died, and contains one bundled and fifty tlRO) acres. This land, with the exception of a few acres, is In grass, is well watered, and has good improvements thereon, consisting of two story, six room, e barn, tobacco barn, stock frame house, practically new, and buggy house, garage, smokehouse, storehouse, and two tenant houses. This farm is excellently equipped for home nnd farming purposes. acres, (152) Second, a farm containing one hundred and fifty-tw- o lying on the Jack's Creek pike and the Kentucky river, one hundred (100) ncres of which is in grass, the remaining fifty (GO) acres in cultivation. One hundred acres of this land will produce tobacco nnd hemp tind in addition there is forty (40) acres of rich river bottom land. The farm is well watered, has good improvements consisting of a dwelling tobacco barn, and other outbuildings, liouse with six rooms, eight-acr- e nnd is a money making plnce for farm purposes. Roth of said places will lie sold at the home place, first above described, at about the hour of 1 1 o'clock a. m. The above farms will be sold separately, by the acre, (1-cash, and the remaining and upon the following terms: One-thir- d (2-s pavnble in 12 and 18 months, and for which deferred payments the purchaser shall execute notes bearing six per cent interest nnd secured by lien upon the land, from date, payable posdedsion to be given as soon as the deeds are made and the notes execu- ... six-ncr- LAND. STOCK AND CROP W. O. Walker sold to T. W. Jones 30 hogs nt 10c. J. W. Peak bought of G. M.GIvcns a yeaning noifer for $28. .' M. Cress sold '.( Dr Lee a four year-ol- d marcm ulc for S21B. E. C. Gaines sole to 13. L. Arbucklo a sow and eight nigs for $f0. Henry Lunsford sold to Logan Thompson seven shonts nt 0 1.2c. A. II. linstin sold to Sam Hnsel-de- n a mule for $138. N. II. Peel bought nt Lancaster yesterday n cavalry horse for $90. W. M. Stout sold to Jesse Lnw-renctwo hogs nt 0 Jim Breedlovo. of the Goshen sec tion, bought a sow and pigs for $G2.- ou. Center Bros, sold to George Denny a three-year-omarc mule for $110. W. A. Cooper sold to Reynolds Bros., nn horse mule ld 100-pould eight-year-old There arc several cases of measles in the community. Mrs. A. B. Morgnn and son, Glenn went to Somerset Tuesdny. Mrs. L. G. Gooch and Mrs. T. C. Morgan nre on the stefc list. Mrs. Durwnrd Singleton, of Danville, is visiting I. C. Singleton nnd Tuesday. fnmily. Mr. Willie Sweeney hnd the misfortune to cut his foot with an ax Mr. S. P. Shoop and son, Elmei', enmo home from New Cnstle, Ind., Saturday. for two-third- 3) semi-annuall- ted. EUGENE LAND, Agent for the Heir of Samuel Moore Also at the same time and place, as Administrator of Lafayette Moote, deceased, I will sell at public auction personal property belonging to the said estate, and consisting of four thousand tobacco sticks, rugs, chairs, tables, table and kitchen furnituie. The above articles will be sold for cash. 11 cents. Frank Bourne sold to Kirby Tudor nine shoats averaging about nt $7. J. C. Fox is back from Wayne and Pulaski counties, where he sold 18 mules nt $150 to $190. O. P. Huffman bought of T. W. butchJones eight head of er cattle at G 2 to 7 cents. T. S. Herndon bought of Sam Carpenter, of Prcachersvillc, n three-yea- r old horse mule for $110. Floyd Reynold bought of Arthur linger a horse mule for $150 and one of Morgan Beazley for the same 900-poun- at Arthur Miller sold nold n nice bunch of $7G. to R. C. Ar- shoats d EUGENE LAND Administrator of the Estate of Lafayette Moore, Deceased LEXINGTON, Phone 1464 209 East High Street KY. 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. WoI shall be glad to tell men as well as men. you about them. ' and preached for us Sunday and Sunday night and JMonuay assisted mare the pastor in raising a subscriotjon Lear a pair of mules for $240. He bought of S. K. for repairing the, church and building horse mule Sunday School rooms. A good .sum Dudderar a was raised and work will begin at for $135. B. F. Robinson, of Boyle, shipped once. Chloris, the little a car load of regis:ered bulls of the Shoi thorn, Hereford and Polled An- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold gus strains, to Sew Walton. La., Rinrflotnn tni nf at the home of her grandparents in where thev will !." disnosod of Paul Finch sold to J. M. Cress a Akron, u., iwarcn u. cr.c nau ueuu parents in A'ron mare mules for visiting with her 'FVi.i pair of Danville, Kentucky I'tnm hq wore $3(50 and bought a pair from Mode tn ovin f!mn Hamm, of Rockcastle, for $350. He brought here on March 21 and after hogs at 10c. funeral services at tne cnurcn oy bouirht six W. M. Hollar, on the Cook farm, Rev. E. W. Coakley, were laid to rest bought of different parties 32 feed- in the Waynesburg cemetery. Much ing hogs, that weighed from 100 to sympathy is felt for the parents in 200 pounds at 10 to 11 cents. He al- their hour of grief. so shinned to Mrs. W. M. Watkins, F-E-E-- D-S Fitzgerald, (la., four saddle of horses he sold for $100 to $225. Cyrus Cover lot nearly $1,000 worth of hemp in the freshet of sevWe are Headquarters for PURINA FEEDS eral weeks ago and suffered another small loss by the rain of Friday and Ulcers of PURINA DAIRY FEEDS More Milk. night. His hemp was grown on the Gall Stones, CancerIntestines, and PURINA MOLASSES HORSE FEED More Vim. farm of his father. J. F. Gover, nenr the Stomach Yelfow Jaundice. PURINA FATENA MOLASSES CATTLE FEED More Fat. Turnesrville, and had not been put in nml other fatal ailments PURINA PIG CHOW Greatest Hog Grower. the shocks. ini1f fmm Stnmni'h Trouble. Thou These Feeds are giving the best results possible. Place your orsands of Stomach Sufferers owe' their THE ROYAL JACK der today. Sold only by complete recovery to- Mayr s Wonderful Remedy. Unlike- any other for Stomach Ailments. For sale by The Jack," "Excelsior." I again appear Pennv Dnnr Store and druggists ev before the public for close scrutiny erywhere. Stock Pen Phone No. 1 Residence Phone No. 176 and admiration and abundant service, and am opposed to the cost of CINCINNATI STOCK MARKTES steady; Hons Receipts 4.9110: high living and place my charges where the farmer of moderate packers and butchers $I4.76(515'.10; to1 choice $8.5013JfO; means can do business with me at common R. M. NEWLAND DON VARRICK the "low cost of living prices" as pigs and ligfrts $7.00,I3.90; stogaHeadauartera for Beit aiue iveceipus x,well as the rich. My progeny speak $o.UU(Q)lX.ou. Will make the season of 1917 at for themselves, selling as weanlings 900; slow steers $6.50'10.75; timFIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE my stable 4 mile from Crab Orch for $65 to $130, and at two years ers $6.50I9V75; cows $6.009:00. ard, on the Singleton place, at .$10 Phom 168 and 45. Stanford Ky. of age for $200. Reference: Messrs. Calves Steady; ' $o.uu oua.au. to insure a living colt. Don Varrick Bun Gaines, J. G. Livingston, J. H. Sheep Receipts 100; steady; $7.1)0 is a beautiful chestnut, 1C 2 hands; steaayr $iu.uvg Wm. 11.5Ur laBBtra Harris, Jacobum Retrofrac, weighs 1,400 pounds, is compactly Long, Lute King, John Saylor, J. G. 14.75. L. Beazley & Co. built and has plenty bone and finish. Carpenter and many others. I have His colts show for themselves. rattle Ronnma. i all the marking, form, size, symmetry, Will also stand at the same time Unas TYiiicnTms tnnrfnnQ. onilinnTPTltS snake, which, lire declared to his con and place my saddle stallion and color tnre to my Jackshipr am gregation- - of Holy Koiiers, at oiunr, w! ivusa., wuuiu uiit WinnReQElIl an athlete ana possess tne greatest Dia, tanrrtr iVifn TriS uub litm """ ovth1 BLACK PRINCE StCVP TTtl agility and gambol over the green U By Kentucky Peavine, out of a mare sward like a race horse, and have a and his wife committed suicide- fcy o by Old Preston. He is a coming taking poison. voice, witn a musical sopra-tenas black as a crow profunda alternations and bray and a good one. You should see him. the happy hours away; the pass word He will stand at $10 to insure. is Eureka; favorite songs, "Home, Q...f ffnmn W nnit M Old Kfin- TWO GREAT MULE JACKS tucky Home J' Motto: Get there EH. I have aqualfne eyes-- pleasing coun Will also stand two great mule n neau, eura, jacks at $10 to insure. One the 42, Kyr tenance. Style, typical dbck, uones, neck, snouiuers, ooay, Bun Gaines jack and the hips, hocks, legs and feet, and cauother, Jesse Fox, a fine fellow, p dal appendage. My keeper friend years old and a good breeder. His and guide is Thomas Matheusclah colts show up nicely. See them both C. McCLARY Johnson. before you breed your mares. Scientific breeders state the dam Will stand a fine registered Shortgives 70 rc of potency and prepotenhorn Bull at $2 to insure. Money due cy to the gammetes; others sny 50fr in all cases when animal is bred of this power and force is given by or parted with. , jflfiaVW VkJ 1BrW'"T BIm the dam and 50 'r by the sire. Send me dams 16 hands high and that W. R. GAINES, Crab Orchard, Ky. weigh 1,000 to 1,400 pounds, with good conformation and you will get mule colts that will weigh 1,200 to 1,400 nounds when matured with urn. iirrnnin. mill fructltV tne Crescent Embalirwer gammetes and nature does the rest my for my neurous are electro-toniHeights Home l'howj 85 blood Office rbone 107 that of royalty; composed of the red, white and bluer rich in the With STANFORD. KY. Stock "units" ot "proximate principals; my nerve cells nre filled with nrana; the results will bo through radiation nnd zygotosis i mule colts of the uniform size and type, for, style, action nnd beauty, ami uocniiy, pcricci iuuius mw m Aberdeen-Angu- s '"esnrit de corns" of their sire: no Hogs such word as "hors uo comoat or Southdown Sheep, Your fail, in mv vocnbular of JacKoiogy. The best bloodlines is represented in As Sol Russell said, "when passing each of these famous bleeds. Ilign-clamy way 'drop' over on me in peaceindividuals for sale at all times. Best Amateur Work Guaranteed ful valley." R. F. D. No. 5 CARSON E. V. My friend, "Romt'o" the beautiful 2c Print. 24x3H Stanford, Kentucky black registered Polangis Bovine, is doing business here, too price $1.00 4c Prints up to 4x5 at the lot, and the handsome Adonis, 4c Post Cards. the equine male,, well grown, in size, Mill Sale Flour graceful and ideal conformation, will Developing Done Free With We like comdo service at $7.00. 2li.barrel Midget Marvel Mill; Com petition, but, defy successful Prints Oil Call At and Feed Mill; in our lines, "To the victors Engine; mill building, 24x30, three belong the spoils." My price $8.00. floors; engine room, 10x2i; all in Very truly, good running order; close to ruilroaU EXCELSIOR The Royal Jack. Apply to and good business. Address Carpenter Farm, R. F. D. 1, Somerset, Ky. Crab Orchard, Ky., Chappie's Gap THE WAYNESBURG MILLING CO. Pike. Waynesburg, Ky. three-year-old three-year-old two-year-o- ld hogs at 12c; d Rankin six and to R. C. Arnold two porkers at the same money. George Hall, of Paint Lick, bought of Mr. Gaines n pair of four-yeaold horse mules for S3UU and ot Taylor Praither a pair for $275. Flour advanced twenty cents on the hundred on the Lexington marsack ket this morning, a now being quoted nt $1.45 retail. F. L. Thompson bought of V. A. 150-poun160-pour- John Center, of Paint Lick, sold to John Arbuckle, of Madison county, marc mules a pair of for $350. A. T. Nunnelley sold to George seven-year-ol- money. d Rev. Louis Little, n missionary preacher of the mountains preached here Thursday night. Mrs. Tom Hutchinson of Ludlow d visited her sisters, Mrs. R. Y. and Miss Sallie Gooch last week. News comes from Hood River, Ore., that fire destroyed the home all nil the contonts of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hart. The real estate firm of Thompson & Reynolds sold the G. E Francis fram for $1,300 nnd the Rube Weaver fnrm for $1,200. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. B. Caldwell and children were callled to Somerset Monday by the denth of Mrs. Caldwell's father, Mr. Burton. Mr. Egbert Cnldwell is at the home of Dr. A. K. Caldwell, where he is being treated for a sore foot, caused by cutting it with an ax. Mr. Warren Millard has returned from a visit to relatives in Magoffin county. He was accompanied home by his grandmother, Mrs. Millard. Mr. Fred Townscnd and wife, of Akroii, O., and Mrs. Clifford and children, of near Danville, attended the burinl of little Chloris Snigleton Wednesday. Mrs. "J. I. Manuel died at her home near hero Mondav. March 19. of mea sles and pneumonia." She is survived by her husband who is also very ill of the same disease and three sons. The remains were laid to rest in the Olive cemetery Wednesday by J. M. Bal-lnr- met with Mrs. day afternoon. The W. meeting M. U. prayer S. D. Jeffreys Thurs'S. YOUR Crossetts will laugh at the weather and smile up at you when it shines. And we've yet to hear of a Crossett shoe wearing out the welcome of its solid comfort. Here's as fine a fitting model as you ever wore. As handsome a seamless Blucheras S'l s fo Extra you ever admired. high arch for comfort and a medium high toe forst) le. Lewis A. Crossett, Inc. North Abington, Mass. Mihn "Makes Cifes Walk Easy .Priced $6 to $JO Crossett Shoe ij ROBINSON'S Reynolds. Rev. W. L. Brock, of Louisville, a Sunday School worker, was here e Headquarters for n AMERICAN FENCE George D. Hopper lirnnrn-nneumon- ia three-year-o- ld 100-poun- d Bteel wires, heavily galvanized. e Made of lareo. etrone, Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practically everlasting. Never goes wrong, no matter how great a strain is put on it. Does not mutilate or injure stock. high-Grad- Turns Cattle, Horses, Hogs and Pies EVERY ROD GUARANTEED by us and guaranteed by tne A manufacturers. Call and see it. We can show you how it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced. n, 9 .' T. W. JONES EXCELSIOR - - GEORGE H. FARRI -- SEED OATS We have the Northern white recleaned natural seed oats. By natural, we mean the oats are not clipped or bleached. J. "anrtfd" .!.! h( "" - or oa-s- four-year-ol- d, Undertaker Phone J. Emhlmer , well-know- Stanford. J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD,-KE- i. TUCKY elsc-tvhe- rc Look At Our Undertaker I New Combined Drill for Sowing Wheat, Oats, Clover, Timothy and Hemp; also Fertilizer. Discs are four inches apart, making the seed more evenly divided than any other drill. Try one. c; Farm Wjl Duroc-Jersey electro-bionlast- ic Mail Us Vudor Shades For Porch Cattle Your Kodak Films and Fibre Chairs W. H. HIGGINS Main Street Stanford, Ky. ss For Life Is Worth Living To the Public: represent the lurgett and best clothing house In this country K,l V. Prlet ami da.. ahUaaa. 111. My V and directing the in fierlence your measuring girei me the advantage clothe, over one who li not a practical tailor. If you will gWe me your order, I will promlie you a square deal. Tou will get the worth of your money, either In the cheapett grade or the My higher price. fT I made-to-ord- S Per Cenl FARM Ovr 3 Million LOANS Leaad Through Oleic com-wetiti- Thi. , J. P. KELSAY PENCE & HILL SPRING AND SUMMER line ot (ample Can spection. I W. KING & SON INSURANCE Skort now HC CV tlUrUC I BTAtrrow, DI'TDT now ready fer your and let me (how you. BLUE Praotlcal Tailor in- Kt. Ckapil it GRASS FARMS FOR SALE I LraiagtM, Ky. 'V- I v