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No. 26 ADS of Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, March 30, 1917 DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER to the Louisville's contribution New Albnny cyclone relief fund hns passed the $50,000 mark. .County Judge J. H. Wade, of Boyd county, was elected president of the Kentucky State Association of Fiscal Court Officials in LexingRECITAL GREATLY ENJOYED The recital nt the opera house WcdncsdaV night wns interesting nnd enjoyable from start to finish. The program, which wns given in this paper Tuesday was carried out to the letter and every number rendered wns a credit to the person who gave it. The several piano selections by Mr. Frank Buck, of Chicago, on were heartily enthe playcr-nianjoyed nnd liberally applauded. His o, Tuesdays and Fridays THE LATEST WAR NEWS St. Quen-ti- n over tho region of tho latest communi CENT -A- -WORD (Ada here r 1 cent word tarti unue, ctlh wltli order; no a lent thn SRe each iiintf.) b """ frost-proFOR SALE 5,000 cabbage plants. Ed Hubbard, Stan2Gtf. ford, Ky. WANTED To rent 40 or GO ncrcs of Rood grass land. W .C. Shanks, Stanford. Try some of MR. MOTORIST gasoline at Ander- ker. the Monticello Grade 3 Josephine Bcldcn, Charson's Garage. You'll like It. ley Blankcnship, Beatrice James Mnthcny, Charlie MasAUTO SERVICE nnywnerc; day or night; reasonable prices. Call ters, Lewis Mcrshon, Margaret Tray-loGcnevn Oaks,. phone 234. T. H. Ends. Grade 4 Sabra K. Walker, James Second-hantype- McCormack, Katherinc Murphy, lint- FOR SALE. writer. In good condition. A bargain. ler Smith, Anncllc Carson, Eunice Pettus, Mnry Pepples, Florence 24-Adams Bros., Hustonvillc. Louise Woods, Mary Ruth Rcinhart, FRESH FISH We received today Foster Reid Phillips, Thclma Walls, an extra nice shipment of fresh fish. Lconn Traylor. Grade 5 Sadie K. Kincaid, Mary Come at once before they are gone. 2G-- p L. Stone, Philip Nevius, Dorothy T. D. Ncwland, I will stand at my place near Hus- Tribble, Vnda Wallin, Olga Camcn-isch- ,. tonvillc, my black Aberdeen Angus Grade 6 Mary Dishon, Lucille Bull, Phillip, at $2. G. B. Barnett, Bnllou, Frances Tnte, Guy Wallin, 2C-- 2 Ilustonville, Ky. FOR SALE Cultivated "hemp Ruth Cooper, Mabel Mnsters, Nellie Mary G. Powell. seed, free of rape, grown in a coun- Mitchell, 7 Adelaide Proctor. Lclia Grade ty where hemp seed never was grown Cook Rancy, Mattic Belle Kincaid, ' before. J. W. Badgctt, Stanford, Ky., Margaret Pettus, Isabel Warren, 2Gtf. "Route 4. Mnry Frances Matheny, Frances Fish, ""MAN past 30 with horse and buggy Mary Katherine Hocker, Marjoric to sell Stock Condition Powders in Ballou, Allene Gooch. Lincoln county. Salary $70 per Grade 8 Joseph Ballou, Henry month. Adderss 9 Industrial Bldg., Baughman, James Baughman, Berp Indianapolis, Ind. tha Blankenship, Leathor Bowling, c breakers. Sara Bright, Emily Camenisch, CAN use more hemp Am now working 75 men, most all of Carter, Marguerite McClure them make as much as $5 or more a Louise Waters. Lucilc Waters. Cormincy, day. Want to hire good plow teams. Freshman Frances 26-- 1 Nellie Davis, George F. Farris, Mary Josh Jones. Stanford. FOR SALE 45 good, young ewes. Garman, Janie Hocker, Tabitha Mar20 lambs in the flock now. They are tin, Mary Pettus, Vie Gose Smith, Sadie Wcaren, Wm. Welburn. good ones. J. M. Cress, Stanford, R. Anderson, Sophomore Hester f P. D. No. 4. Marv Brackett, Earl Baughman, CarCHOICE ENSILAGE SEEDCORN rie Davis, May Belle Lyon. Mary Junior Mary Anderson, grows 10 to 14 feet tall; yields as Bailey, Mary Beck, Elizabeth Carter, well or better than ordinary corn; Frances Embry, Allie Russell Fish, "have limited supply. Price $2.50 a Rachel Hill, Nancv K. McKinnev, Anbushel. Jones Baughman, Moreland. nie Rogers Powell, Clarence Singleton, Annette Wearen, Gene Wood. 24-Senior Henley Cash, Joe T. EmMatheny, Matsy FOR SALE I have for sale a lot bry, Ferdinand seed and Grimes, Nellie Wilson Hill. of hemp seed. First-clas- s The name of Ferdinand Matheny you save the middle man's profit. See me at once. Call or phone J. W. was unintentionally omitted from Bryant at New Stanford Drug Co. the honor roll last month. t. Phone 13. K. E. A. MEETING HEMP TO BREAK Have 200 The Kentucky Educational Assoacres yet in the field; have plenty of brakes. Men make as much as $5 per ciation will be held in Louisville, day; will need good plow teams; will during April 25 to 28 this year and pay highest price; can board and many teachers from this section of state will attend. Programs of house them.. ." Josh. Jones. Stanford, the meeting have'been received by " f the ' lCyrJ the teachers and trustees in the WANTED to buy mares, geldings county. Wednesday evening is Litand stallions by Bohemian King. Will erary evening and Kentucky authors buy any age. Write The "Glenworth by having the merits be Farms, Burgin, Ky., or telephone will theirhonored discussed; some will of works U35 Danville exchange. Also want to erive readings from their own verse. farm a number of good registered Dr. David Sneeden and Dr. W. A. mares to Bohemian King this season. Jessup, two of the most urominent 25t educators in the United States, will WE are glad to announce that J. take part in Thursday's program. On S. Good has been appointed our rep- Friday Dr. Charles H. Judd and Dr. resentative in Stanford, and is now Wm. H. Kilpatrick will be the prinready to show you samples of the ciple speakers and the business sesnew. distinctive and attractive line sion is to be held on Saturday mornof Bethard Wall Paper Co. Decora- ing. Departmental meetings are held tions for 1917. Mr. Good is an ex- every afternoon in which the best perienced decorator. Let him show methods for teaching Science, Music, you the novel and delightful effects Language, Home Economics, History that can be worked out in your home and Civics, Mathematics and other this spring with Bethard Wall Pa- subjects in the high school are very pers. The Bethard Wall Paper Co., ably discussed. This meeting is atp Indianapolis, Ind. tended by all the live teachers and the association with each other for the few days that thev are there way Houses, Carriages, Auto painting and means quite a good deal in theideas. trimming such as recovering tops, of recreation and gaining new making curtains, putting celluloid in The railroads will give reduced rates curtains, etc. Paper hanging a speci- and specinl rates are on at the hotels. alty. Repairing guns, locks, type- Manv school not only close for this writers, clocks, graphophones, sewing meeting in order that their teachers may attend but the Boards pay the machines, etc. exnenses of all teachers who take ad J. J. BELDEN vantage of this great educational Shops 206 West Main street. Phone feast. 239. Stanford. Kentucky. 24-t- f. 24-2- t. Cnm-enisch, STANFORD SCHOOL HONOR ROLL Grade 1 Marie Baumann, Laura James Craig, Joe Davis Eads, Allen Goode, Bessie Clay Farris, Walter Jones, Cnl Lynn Nevius, Frcidn Robinson, Lillian VonGrucnignn, Jennie White. 'Grade 2 Robert Baughman, Sam Bell, Winfrey Duncan, Mnry Blain Foster, Ncttfo Govcr, Frank Goggin, Euln Jones, Mnrie Kennedy, Ruth Masters, Bcnnio Rankin, Richard Southardr Joe Turpin, Adam Wal- ton. r, 14-4- d tf sity. Four thousand German soldiers hnve crossed the line into Holland seeking food, according to frontier reports received. They have been interned at Zwolle. Women will be elected delegates to the Constitutional Convention of Indinnn to be held next fall. Both Democrats and Republicans having decided upon this course. The ahnunl food bill of the average family is $80.24 more now than buys it was in 1913. A dollar 19 per cent, less than it did then, according to Government statistics. The Maine Committee on Public Safety has recommended that the Legislature of thnt state make an immediate appropriation of $1,000,-00- 0 for defense in the case of war. Louisville bankers plcged themto-da- Mnyor Wm. II. Thompson, of Chicago, offers to aiil in raising $25,000 to endow a chnir for tenching American patriotism at the Lincoln Univer- were especially good. It is hard to conceive of an instrument that can produce such music mechanically, but Mr. Buck's instruments, of the Wilson & Son make, do it and plcnsc all who lienr them. Mrs. W. K. Warner, who is always greeted with applause when she appears before an nudience, gave a monologue "The Unexpected Guest," in an excecdinly wny. Cute little Ann Frances clever threc-vcar-ol- "Flying Dutchman" and "Lorclay" y selves to 26-l- Lu-cil- 24-t- 4t 23-4- to the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank in order to increase the financial stability of the United States in the present crisis. The Kentucky Equal Rights Association at the. suggestion of Mrs. John Glover South, of Frankfort, president, has responded to the Navy League's call for women to furnish sets of knitted sleeveless jackets and mittens of gray wool and mufflers cf blue wool for the sailors of the United States navy. Secretary McAdoo announces that he has borrowed $50,000,000 from the twelve Federal Reserve banks at 2 per cent, per annum on ninety-da- y Treasury certificates of indebtedness in anticipation of the Government's heavy tax receipts in June. An additional $50,000,0000 in certificates may be issued before July 1. Active work on plans for House organization were begun yesterday by Republicans and Democratic members of the House. Republicans are endeavoring to smooth over several internal differences, while the Democrats are attempting to placate the faction led by Representative Galli-vawhich objects to Southerners holding so many committee chairmanships. I transfer $1,000,000 in gold n. 23-t- WITH THE CHURCHES. Rev. W. D. Welburn' will preach a't Neal's Creek church Sunday .afternoon at 3 o'clock. The ladies of the Baptist church will have an exchange and candy sale Saturday, April 7th. Usual services at the Methodist church Sunday morning. Sunday School at 9:30; Preaching at 10:45. There will be preaching at Goshen Sunday, April 1st. at 11 o'clock. Rev. J. R. Holbrook, of Lexington, will preach. Everybody invited to come. Pennington, the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. T W. Pennington, sang "Johnny Would a Soldier Be" so charmingly that she was forced to respond to the wishes of her hearers and sing nnothcr number. She is a remnrkable little vocalist. Miss Mary Bailey pleased the audience with a vocal solo, "Come for Tis June." Her work was highly complimented. Miss Annie VanArs-dal- e Craig's piano number, "Heart's Message," was beautifully rendered. Little Miss Mary Ruth Rcinhart played the "Midnight Bells" as only an nrtist can. Mrs. W. R. Todd's number was "The Swan's Song," and she so greatly delighted all that she was called on for another, which she graciously gave. Mrs. Todd has hardly a peer as a reader and her efforts always bring applause. Miss Nellie Wilson Hill sang "Still Unexpressed" and "I Love You Truly" as only a trained vocalist can. Miss Annette c Wearen gave the piano number from Lucia," using only her left hand. The work was as remarkable as it was creditable. Miss Gertrude Gaines gave a talk on "Women Proposing," which brought forth laueh-te- r and applause. She is a good dialectician and a very clever reader. Clarence Singleton's violin solo was a good feature of the program, and Gatewood Beazley proved conclusively that he could "play" a player-pianby giving "American Patrol" to his appreciative hearers. Miss Belle Russell, who has a remarkably sweet voice, sang "For All Eternity" in a way that impressed all who heard her. Misses Frances Embry McKinney and Nancy Katherine were accompanists in several of the numbers and their work was of a high order. The entertainment was not 'as well patronized as it should havelbptin and those who missed it d "faex-tctto, MARRIAGES morning. Sunday Sunday vices School at 10 o'clock. At the preach-in- ? hour, Miss M033, a great Sunday School worker will have charge. C. E. Presbyterian Church. Sunday April Sunday School at 9:55: Morning Service at 11 o'clock. "This Grace Also." Union C. E. at 6:30 at the Christian church. Report of Convention. Evening service at Presbyterian ' church. Baptist Church Sunday School nt 9:30; Preaching at 11 o'clock bv the pastor. Subject "Forgiven Sin." B. Y. P. U. at 6:30: Preaching at 7:30. Subject, "The Lord, Our Portion." The Lord's Supper at close of morning worship. There will be special music at the Easter services at the Methodist church Sunday week, both morning and evening. The best singers in town will take part. Practice will begin next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the church and those who will take part are urged to be present. The dedication of the Ravenwood Christian church, which was built bv Mrs. R. S. Beazley. will occur April 15th. exercises conducted bv Rev. H. W. Elliott, of Sulphur. Kv. This church s located in Rockcastle coun tv, two and a half miles cast of Brush Creek station of L. & N. All are invited to attend. 1 Christian Church Regular ser- at 6:30. 20-l- I PAINTING John Neikirk. aged 21, of obtained license here Wednesday to wed Miss Bernice Brown, 16, of Liberty. Richard Wren and Miss Seretta Johnson, each 21, and both residents of the East End, were married in this city Thursday. Thomas O. Davis, son of R. E. Lee Davis, now of Lexington, but formerly of Crab Orchard, was married in Cincinnati to Miss Mabel Henderson. The wedding was a complete surprise to the parents of both parties. Friends here have received notice of the marriage at Paris on Wednesday of Miss Mary Craig Hayden to Robin Adair Horton. The bride is the pretty and popular daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hayden and a granddaughter of Mrs. Permelia Brown and niece of Mrs. Mary Craig, of this city. She was born in Stanford, where everybody is her friend and admirer. The ceremony was said by Eld. W. E .Ellis at his home and only a few very close friends were present. The groom is a prosperous voung farmer and is said to be a fine young man in every way. Wil-mor- e, ALMONT DARE Almont Dare, 3228, is a rich red bay stallion; 16 hands high with good bone and fine style. Is extremely fast both unjler saddle and in harness. He is a full brother to Toxy Dare that won the championship for saddle bred brood mares at the Kentucky State fair in 1914, defeating Edna May and others and to Nettle-to- n that sold for $3,600 and others at $1,500. He is the best one of the lot. Tlis colts have frequently defeated the colts of sires standing as high as $75. Have sold his colts myself for $500. Others claim offers of $1,000 They also are the very best to use at home, being large, fine, game, durable and kind. Will make the season at $10 to insure live colt. Bryan Breckinridge, my registered black jack, 16 hands with extremely large bone will stand for mares at $10 for mare mules and $8 for horse mule. Will also breed jennets any month in year at $10 to insure colt. Have sold his colts for $120 at weaning time. Grass furnished at $2 per month and all stock intrusted to me will receive my personal attention but will not be responsible for accidents. Season on the above arc due when colt is foaled or mare bred to other stock or stock parted with. All the above will make the season at mv place, two and a half miles west of Ilustonville, on Ilustonville and Liberty pike. Pedigrees furnished upon request. S. T. POWELL, Huitonville, Ky. to force from the committee the bill providing for the taxing of coal, gas and oil failed yesterday in the Kentucky House of Representatives. Coal operators are to be given a hearing within the next few days. P. Taylor, a prominent Thomas citizen of Richmond, is dead aged 57. An attempt Sloan's Liniment For Rheumatism The torture of rheumatism, the nains and aches that make life un bearable are relieved by Sloan's Lin iment, a clean clear liquid that is easy to apply and more effective than mussy plasters or ointments because it penetrates quickly without rubbimr. For the many pains and aches following exposure, strains, sprains and muscle soreness. Sloan's Liniment is promtply effective. Always have a bottle handy for gout. lumbago, toothache, backache, stiff neck and all external pains. At druggists, 25c. - THE COLONEL'S IDEA Great crises develop greatness in some men and foolishness in others. Florida to catch devil fish, gave out an interview at Jacksonville in which he advocated sending an expeditionary force abroad at once, a force to be composed of from fifty thousand to a hundred thousand men, and, units to be kept organizing all the while in order to maintain this force up to the full strength. The farce of the recent expeditionary force into Mexico will not be blotted from the memory of the public in a long while. Expeditionary forces are not likely to become popular with the American public aftpr that. Besides, what could fifty thousand men do? Where would they land and in what manner would they operate to any advantage? Fifty thousand men is a mere hindful in this war of enormous numbers and quantities. Besides, we will need all the men that can be raised to repel invasion, should it come to that. Tho more the colonel talks the more it becomes eveident that the country is fortunate in not hnving him as president at this critical period. SPRING COLDS ARE DANGEROUS and underwear bring spring colds with stuffed up head, sore throat and cold symptoms. A dose of treneral Dr. King's New Discovery is sure relief, this happy combination of antiCol. Theo. Roosevelt, who is now in SALE OF HARLAN COUNTY LAND J. S. Hocker, president of the Boreing Land and Mining Company, sold and deeded this week, to A. H. Wood, of Kildav. 1,762.45 acres of mineral rights of the company, for The price per acre was $70,498. $40. This land is situated in Harlan county, Ky., on the Cummies Creek, of Martin's Fork, and is about two miles from the recent extension of the Black Mountain and Wasioto Railroad from Ages' Creek to Kildav. The Boreing Land and Mining Company was organized March 24th, 1911. Its chief offlco is at Stanford, and a number of Lincoln people are stockholders and directors. YOU NEED A SPRING LAXATIVE ter from your intestines, the burden of the blood. Get that sluggish spring fever feeling out of your system, brighten your eye, clear your complexion. Get that vim and Bnap of purified healthy blood. Dr. crood King's New Life Pills are laxative that aids nature's pro- News. cess, try them tonight. At all druggists, 25c. The British steamer Ainwick Caste has been torpedoed without warnfvitnn, ,lt ing. Ten are known to be dead, and ft lnnla lllA fai.K la ' one boatful is missing. like u lamb. non-gripi- Dr. King's New Life Pills will remove the accumulated wastes of win- NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Joshua Hurt, aged 68. is dead in the Hyntrsville section of Garrard. The Illinois House of Representatives killed all pending prohibition legislation. A branch of the Women's War Servico League will bo organized at Harrodsburg. Mrs. J. J. Bush is dead at Ford. Clark countv. She was the mother of Rev. O. P. Bush, pastor of the Baptist church at Columbia. The young son of William Gordon was drowned in Green River while trying to ford the stream ten miles from Columbia. L. F. Steele, the hustler, of Ilustonville, wns in town Thursday on business. Ho is successful in running the telephone business, light plnnt nnd nicturo show. Ho is business from tho word go. B. W. Leigh, the Ilustonville stock man, was hero week and bought two mules lst S. Stone. E. H. Kidd sold from W. tho Liberty Lumber Co. 50 bnrrels of corn at $5. Joseph Allen recently sold four extra good mules. A pair for $325. A nice mare mule for $190 nnd another for $170. Liberty all-rou- IN Sudden changes of temperature septic have been a lingering nn T)nn'r. srnn treat ment when relief is first felt ns a half .cured cold is dangerous, "lake Tir. 'Iftncp'a Mur Tliscnvorv till vour cold is gone. At all druggists. nnlit Is lirnbnn soothes the irritated membranes and balsams clears the head, what might The library will be closed Saturday, as that portion of the court house cannot be heated since the fire. LIBRARY CLOSED SATURDAY figthing nenr Coisellcs was in favor of the Germans. An enrly snrinir thaw on tho Rus sian front, from the Baltic Sea to the Carpathian Mountains, has rnn- dcrcd impossible for the present any attack in force by the Germans against the Russians. This seemingly nuts at nought, tor the time being nt least, the reported intentions of the Germans to nttcnmpt to force their way from tho Riga region toward Minor operations arc in ' progress, however. In Rumania figthing. --'ontinues irr the Uzul Valley region. Here the Germnns captured from the Russians a strongly entrenched ridge nnd held it, despite numerous counter attacks, according to Berlin. One hundred prisoners and machine guns and mine throwers fell into the hands of the Germans. Japan has decided to recognize the new Russian Government. If the United States, nt the coming extra session of Congress, should declare war against Germany, that country will have to "bear and overcome" it. This statement, made by the German Imperial Chancellor in the Reichstag, seems to be Germany's final declaration that Germany docs TRIAL POSTPONED A WEEK not intend to give up her unrestricted The examining trial of James submarine campaign. The Chancellor, Pointer, who shot and instantly kill- during his address, said Germany had ed Leonard Hopkins and badly never had the slighest intention of wounded his brother, John Hopkins, attacking the United States, and hac nt Crab Orchard Sunday afternoon no such intention now, and that il last, did not come up as" was expect- the American nation considered ed Thursday and was continued until Germany's submarine campaign a next Thursday. All of the parties cause for war, "we shall not have to concerned were not ready. Mr. bear the responsibility for it." Secretary of the Navy Daniels Pointer was on hand, but many of the witnesses were absent. The dead Thursday held up to nearly 200 midman has not yet been buried but the shipmen who received their diplomas I. J. is informed that the burial will from him, the records of the heroes occur tomorrow. The body has been of the navy, particularly the late Adheld to await the arrival of some rel- miral Dewey, and urged them to go atives. John Hopkins is doing ns well into service with the bright record ns could be expected. Reports have of these former American sea fightcome to Crab Orchard that threats ers as shining marks toward which .were being made by the Hopkins, to strive. military Universal .compulsory but nothing has materialized, and it may be that the talk is the effort of training, with the National Goard as some sensationalist who wants to a part of the Federal force, was reckeep the people uneasy and stir up ommended by unanimous vote of the delegates to the National Defense trouble generally. Convention of the National Guard Association, which closed its sessions WHO'LL BE NEXT? Following is a list of those who in New York Thursday. An appeal to the workmen of tho have contributed to the Woman's and Austrian coalition to Club, the purpose of which is to re- German imburse the members of it for the rise against the imperial authority loss sustained by the fire. Other and to establish their freedom was names will appear as donations are launched at a mass meeting of workmen, soldiers and Deputies held made: Interior Journal $5.00 at the Duma in Petrograd. J. C. Hays 5.00 Severance & Son 5.00 MR. HELM RETURNS TO DUTY Rev. P. L. Bruce Congressman Harvey Helm and 2.00 W. C. Wilson 5.00 Mrs. Helm left Wednesday afterK. S. Alcorn 5.00 noon for Washington City to be presMcRoberts & Bailey ... 5.00 ent at the democratic caucus of ConT. J. Hill, Jr. 5.00 gressmen today. Mr. Helm told the I. J. just before leaving that he would SEEING ABOUT HEMP BRAKE vote at the extraordinary session to J. Sam Holtzclaw, inventor or the carry out President Wilson's wishes hemp brake which has caused so much concerning the declaration of war favorable comment in Lincoln nnd and the expenditures necessary for adioining counties, closed no deal its successful carrying out. Said he, with the International Hirvestcr "I hate war and dislike'very much to neonle. but mav do so later. He went be part or parcel in declaring war, to Louisville this morning to go into knowing full well the horriblencss of further dpfnils concerning the manu- it, but is is boyond doubt necessary facture of his machins and may have to take action now and I shall do mv to go on to Kansas City, which he best to help carry out President's will do if he finds it necessary. That Wilson's wishes, knowing that he has he has a great invention, none who studied the matter carefully as well have seen it doubt. as prayfully and that he is conscientious in the work. Tell the people "COZ." PLEAS BROADDUS DEAD through your paper to put in every ground they can and emit Pleas B. Broaddus, known to a acre of young selling host of friends as "Coz." died at his will need all ofpigs and calves. Wo the food stuffs we home near Richmond Wednesday of as and as Bright's disease after a long illness, can raise, in well wayhogs very beeves. helpful be this aged 59. Mr. Broaddus was sheriff They can thus greatly aid in preparedof his countv one term and took a big and canMr. Helm's private secretary, ness." hand in politics, being probably tho Harvey Wilkinson, left later in the best politician in his county. Ho call- week to join the Congressman. ed everyone "Coz," and in turn was known as "Coz," to intimate friends DANVILLE'S NEW GARAGE and others. He has an exceedingly Joseph Wolf, of the Boyle County clever man and a prominent farmer. Auto & Supply Co., was here Thursday and left the large advertisement Bad Cold From Sudden Chang Spring brings all kinds of weather which appears on the eighth page of and with it come colds and the re- this paper. Mr. Wolf's company has vival of winter coughs and hoarse- one of the largest and most complete ness. Dr. Bell's will enrages and supply houses in Central head off a new cold or stop the old Kentucky and is showing good judgtho public know one, the soothing balsams relieve the ment in letting sore throat and heal the irritated about it. Read the "ad". tissues. Get a bottle today and start DECLARED INSANE treatment at once. At your druggist, The wife of W. A. Griffith, of tho '25c. Formula on the bottle. Fall Lick section, was tried on a writ of lunacy Wednesday and declared MONEY IN HEMP BREAKING Everhart Simpson, a Boneyvillo of unsound mind. She was ordered colored man, made $7.45 in one day sent to the Lexington Asylum. Thieves stole two miles of wire this week breaking hemp for J. Sam Holtzclaw on Col. Samuel T. Harris' from the telegraph poles along the farm. He told the I. J. that he fre- Illinois Central railroad in Jefferson quently made as much as $6 but that county. ho worked unusally hard tho day ho pulled down above amount. Tho prico FAIR MEETING SATURDAY P. M. paid per hundred is $2. Tho stockholders of tho Lincoln county fair are asked to meet at tho OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX Knights of Pythins hall at 3 o'clock On tho eighth pace of this edition Saturday afternoon next, 31st. ImWalter Dunn, of Danville, tells of portant business is to be transacted the wonderful Oakland Sensible Six, and a largo attendance is desired. E. 25-for which he is agent. Mr. Dunn is an C. Walton, Secretary. expert demonstrator of that machine HAND BADLY HURT and will bo glad to show wou its many meritorious equipments, as Milton Powell hud his left hand well as its advantages. badly cut while working with a buzz saw Wednesday. His hand came in Hubert C. McGraw, of Akron, O., contact with the saw, cutting a deep and Miss Corinno Prico, of Bovlo. gash into the member. It required were married at Danville Wednesday, J several stitches to sew up the wound. pail-bearer- s: Pine-Tar-Hon- ey 2t operation for appendicitis. The operation wns performed but the disenso had gained too much headway and the pnticnt did not rally ns was hoped, but gradually sank until the end enmc. Mrs. Cnstcllo, who was Miss Mnmic White, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. White, wns raised in this and county nnd wns much'beloved by nil. She wns n member of the Christian church here from her girlhood nnd wns for many yenrs a regular attendant at its services. A splendid woman in every wny, her death is a distinct loss to the community and a severe blow to relatives and friends. Some five yenrs ago she wns married to the man who is now crushed with grief and their home life had been a model one. They were as near inseparable as any couple the writer ever knew nnd were nlways happy in each other's presence. Unbounded sympathy is felt for the husband, the parents and only sister, Mrs. J. S. Reed, who resides in Baltimore, but who arrived in time to be present for the funeral services. The burial will take place in Buffalo Springs Cemetery after brief services at the grave bv Rev. Horace Kingsbury, of Danville, at 10:45 Saturday morning and tho following friends of the family will act Messrs. W. M. Bright, as Jack Rout, R. T. Bruce, George H. Farris. Judge J. N. Menefce and Dr. A. S. Price. The remains were brought to the old home, three miles out on the Dan ville pike, now occupied bv Mr. John C. Pepples and family, Friday and will remain there until they arc deposited in mother earth. well-know- MRS. SAMUEL CASTELLO DEAD Death is nt all times sad, but it is especially so when it comes to n young wife, as it did in the case of Mrs. Samuel G. Castcllo, who died nt tho Danville and Boyle County Hos-pitat nn early hour Thursday morning. Scvcrnl days previous she was taken to that institution for nn al n cations. captured the . British cnvalry have villinges of Vi nnd Saul- court, lvinir a few miles north of Roi- sel, and are virtunlly astride the St. vucnun-uimbrroad, says the British War Office, which adds that additional terrain hns been taken from the Germans south nnd west of Croi- scllcs, despite the strong resistance of the Germans. The German War ers-Fnucni tho Gcrmnns northwest of nnd by the Germans French In the Chnmpagne Frnnce are recorded in British nnd French official Further gains by the British over latter statement, nsscrting that the Ullicc. however, tnkos issuo with thn Page Two EATS PIE FIRST TIME IN Was All The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 30, 1917 THE SOUTH'S GREATEST HOTEL Following is n description of the largest hotel in the South The Roy-a- l Poincinnn, at Palm Bench, Fla: ' It covers five ncres of ground, and if stretched out would cover ten Now York City blocks ten stories high. It has twelve hundred em PAINS SHARP AND STABBING Woman Thought She Would Die. Cured by Lydia E. Pinkharn'a Vegetable Compound. Ogdonsburg, Wis. "I suffered from female troubles which caused piercing pains like a Knuu through my back and side. 1 finally lost all my strength so I hnd to go to bed. The doctor advised en operII ation but I would not listen to it. I thought of what I lindroadnboulLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and tried it The first bottle brought trrent iclief and six bottles have c.tirely cured mc. All women who have femalo trouble of any kind should try Ly Ma E. I'inkhum's Vegetable Compound." Mrs. Etta Dor.ioN, Ogdensbu'-''- , Wis. Physicians undoubtedly did tin ir best, battled with this case steadily and could do no more, but often the most scientific treatment is surpassed by the medicinal properties of the good old fashioned roots and herbs contained in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. If any complication exists it pays to write the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Iass.l for special free advice. 4 YEARS the uplands. Up to the 20th, conditions had precluded preparation and burning tobacco beds, but good headway had been made before the thunder shower that night. (Jur element of lall and spring migrants unlike the birds and gyphas sies that follow the sun's tilts begun its westward hike to the quar the kidneys. ries of Indiana. It's surprising how few know what The equinox has passed and not a to do. furrow plowed in a garden, at which Kidney trouble needs kidney treat date, ordinarily, the earliest vege ment. table have a good start and have been Doan's Kidney Pills are for the hoed. kidneys only. The times are all out Have convinced Stanford people of o' joint, and "where are we at?" their merit. Seed onions and potatoes have soar Here's a Stanford case; Stanford ed to such fabulous and enormous testimony. prices that some are unable to plant Kidney sufferers hereabouts should those staples, they declare. read it. One philanthropist sold his small R. G. Jones, Whitley Ave., Stan surplus of potatoes at a dollar a ford, says: "I had attacks of kidney bushel, declaring the price enough complaint and the kidney secretions Another refused to charge the exces were irregular in passage; at times sive rates for his surplus of onions, too free then again scanty in passage but they are but two (of us,) who and containing sediment. My back practice the precepts of the pious was sore and lame and I could hardwhen the tempation to gouge is so ly bend over or move my back in any great. way on account of sharp catches Joe, Napier, coloied, one of the across my kidneys. Black spots floatoldest, respected of all, and longest ed before my eyes. I had dizzy spells resident here, died lately after pro- and headaches, also. I read of Doan's longed infirmities. Ben Robinson and Kidney Pills and bought some at wife, Mary Ann, colored, the nearest Penny's Drug Store. They strengthneighbors, have boarded and cared ened my .back and put my kidneys in for him since death of his wife and good order." departuie of children, Mary Ann's Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't devotion being maternal in its faith- simply ask for a kidney remedy fulness. Though a raw day sale of his get Doan's Kidney Pills the same nersonalty drew crowd of generous that Mr. Jones had. n bidders. Rumors are cuncnt that Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 26-- 1 heirs will contest claims for attentions as excessive an extortionate, Civil Service examinations will be and court wrangles probnbly absorb held on April 28 for the selection of much of the old man's accumula- postmasters at the following offices tions. Such is human sordiducss. in Kentucky: Grand Rivers, Mason, The Walnut Flat reminiscences re- Russell Springs and Saron Grove. call that 03 or (54 years, ago Cyrenius All are fourth-clas- s offices. Hurt, of Walnut Flat, was a modest very bright school-matchum of He who runs may read his oppo"When A man is fuhiag for compliAll a knocker wants is somebody to Judge Saufley and myself at Cumber- nent's inaugural address. lets any big nes get ments he Heer listen to him. land Academy at our native Monti-cellaway. Wm. M. Burton, brother of Hon. Allen A. Burton, of Garrard, Lincoln's minister to Bogota in 1861 was the able, beloved principal, A housewife must give the first aid in colds, coughs and and I think uncle of "Cyrene," of whom I have most affectionate school other ailments. Her promptness in applying the remedy often boy memories and would love to get saves a serious illness. Her experience with remedies has led her to know that PERUNA is always reliable, that she should trace. have it on hand for the immediate treatment of coughs and It never occurred to inquire of Col. colds, and that it is always to her Jim Guest. The ironies of life and the anomol-ie- s Porker, Mrs of experience are amazing. Peyto Wis., writes: Parrish and I last met in 1863 till I our family learned his identity last November. for a Dumber of years, aud have How long have we been Lincoln found it a iwrftctly relublo nu'dicinc. neighbors, Peyte? The experience of one of any traces woman, given herewith, is of a cold, and prevents serious conSecretary Houston has issued u typical of thousands of letsequences. fZf statement to the farmers of the naters that reach the Peruna "I began using It forruturrh, which Company from grateful h m ii t HI tion asking them to join in agriculI suflered with a cixiil mnnv veurs. friends who have found their tural preparedness plans so that the ... ifcE ..ft iiiM.n uAru prions until recently. homes incom United States will not bo handicapSince hiive luken I'erunu tho dro.plnt! la my ray head und nose tlir at has dlsuiiulnutd. und mormon. plete, and their ped by a food shortage. I um ne of my oldest friends are not mi sloi'M up in the family safety in .It a .oil with the result, and shull continue to I and a mighty reliable until lumuilirely rid of catarrh. wi( danger without "lli(iirtilyre.oiurnincltasunhuueiintdicinc. Beginning May 1 the Western one. Many a cough Whol it does for her it is ready to liu for j ou. PERUNA. and cold of mine and my Union Telegraph Company will put r children too has been stopped work day into effect nn Colds by Dr. King's New Discovery." in all departments and for all emThe great weight of testimony that has accumuployes whose work admits of definFor nearly 50 years Dr. King's been on the lated in the 44 years that PERUNA has New Discovery has been the ite hours of duty. market proves it, beyond question, to bo the reliable family remstandard remedy for coughs, edy, ever ready lo take, preventing tho serious effects of colds, coughs, grip and derangements of tho digestive organs. This Tho Kentucky House of Represcolds, croup and such bronproof Is published from tlmo to timo and many families have entatives passed tho bill which perchial affections. profited by it. mits u special tax of 20 cents on evAt all druggists. Try it oir cwiulao. Cvry it RtmtaUr ,ou a alula PERUNA U UkU bna f ery $100 for ten years for good road will you u4 b fortified xiut itUi tteU. Tho Peruna Company, Columbus. Ohio purposes. i Mc-Lan- Run Down, But Now ployes. Watchmen pns every point every fifteen minutes in the daytime and Feels Like Hew Woman. every six minutes nt night. They are never out of sight of each other. It has an electric power plant equal TAHLAG CREDIT to one for a city of ten thousand inGIVES THE habitants. Hns its own ice and refrigerating with "hi storage that is used "F never mnde a public statement my iilc, hut when anything throuRhout the hotel. Ten tons of iicrnro in lo8 the good for ne that Tanlnc did, ice are chopped up every nay lor ( think it riy duty to tell others about drinking water, etc. it," tniii Mr... S. Carney, whose huslias its own incinerating plant in band work at the Recording and which two hundred cans of swill are Computing Machine Company. burned daily and nil other rubbish. "I live on H. F. D. No. 11, Dayton," Used sixty tons of sugar in two she continued, "and I want everybody and one half months. hereabout to know what Tanluc has The steward's department is tinder done for rue. Meig-hemy health the management of Stephen C. "About ten years ago from twenty-thre- e who feeds bcgitn to run down and 1 felt poorly, hundred peountil I started taking Tanlnc. The hundred to twenty-ilaiit two or three yars weie the ple three times a day. The daily conworst. I got so I had trouble keeping sumption in his hostelry is eight barfood on my stomach. rels of Hour, thirty boxes of oranges "I felt tired and dioopy all the and grapefruit, twenty crates contime. After eating I bloated and seventy-twhundred eggs, a when I belched, hot bitter tastes taining hundred and fifty pound of coffee, came up in my throat. "There was a gnawing feeling in four hundred bottle of Bedfoid and my stomach, and even a drink of Poland water. Four thousand pounds water made mo feel bad. of spring chickens used for one "I got so nervous I would roll and meal, seventeen hundred squabs ustoss half the night before I could get ed for dinner alone. One hundred and to sleep. And in the morning I got fifty cooks and that many more sculup feeling weak and dizzy. My tongue lions and roustabouts in the kitchen. was coated, and every once in awhile Has its own bake shop and ice I had dull, heavy headaches. I started taking Tanlac. cream plant. "Then Fve hundred gallons of maple syrAfter taking one bottle, I felt better all over. I am now on my fourth up used for griddle cakes alone durbottle of Tanlac and my improvement ing season. is simply wonderful. Ten bags of first class mail re"I oat everything I want, and only post- yesterday a friend brought' over a ceived daily and has its own oflicc. quarter of a mince pie, and I ate it Discipline of this great hotel is all and never had a bit of bad effect. think, I have not dared to eat strictly enforced, and it is ruled with Just pie for four years. a iod of iron in all departments. It "Teniae has made life worth living is managed by one man, Henry Ellsfor me, and I am anxious to have worth Bemis, a master of detail. He anyone who doesn't feel well try it." is an early riser and is on the job Get Tanlac today if you are not feeling right. Delay in health mat- continually during the season. His desk is always clear. He personally ters is dangerous. handles all complaints and this is exTanlac is sold exclusively in Stan- plained by saying that they are few. He knows the cost of every meal ford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. two hours before being served. Coleman, Proprietor. The dining room is under the manTanlac can now be obtained in following neamy cities: Morelar.d, Ab- agement of Head Waiter Joseph with thirty-tw- o assistants and raham Minks; Hustonvillo. Adams five hundred waiters. McLane is an Bros.; McKinncy, True & Co.; Joe Mc Williams; Middlcburg, organizer of ability. To bring this W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne immense number of waiters is necBros.; Brodhead, John Robins; Lan- essary to recruit them from all over caster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, the United States. They are brought J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. there as needed and let out as the to close. It reseason commences A. Ilorton. quires detail and a great deal of sysFOUR FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY tem to handle this department of the Among the interesting race? for hotel. Democratic in initiations in MtJV.on There arc between eight and nine county is that for County Attorney, hundicd colored employees. Their in which four number physical condition is taken care of of the Richmond bar are cngat'.a in by Berkely C. Waller, a negro physia lively quest The (andifht('! cian, and graduate of Howaid UniS. A. D. M.'l,y JeU, O P versity, Washington, D. C. There has Jackson and John Noland, and with these entries the tace is regarded as never been a death since Waller has madeup. All the contests to be de- been in chartre for fifteeen vears. cided in the August primary are well This great hotel is practically five filled with Democratic aspirants and hotels. Has one general housekeeper, close finishes ate expected to be the rule in most of them. While the Re- five assistants, and about one hundred publicans have not started yet, it is chambermaids. It has two assistant hinted that they will put a full ticket managers, Martin Sweeney, who in the held for county olliccs. looks after the accounting department, and II. M. Wing, who is in Plans have been completed for the greatest industiial demonstration charge of social affairs. ever undei taken in Southern KenIt entertains more world wide and tucky on March .'10, at Franklin. The national celebrities during the seacounty farm agents will have charge of the Boys' Pig Club and Girls Can- son than any other hostelry on earth. The Washington Ball, given each ning Club, and will head the parade, accompanied by the clubs on horse- year on February 22nd, is the greatback. A crowd of 10,000 persons is world. expected. A public marriage at 4 P. est social event in the The hotel remains open only tluee M. on the baud stand will close the months of the year. day's program. r, x o e, Ellis-burg, v.'U-'.iru- IMJI NO PLEDGES FROM GERMANS The 750 officers and men of the German navy who sought refuge in American waters on the cruisers Kronprinz, Wilhclm, nnd Prinz Eitcl Friedrich, were brought to Georgia on special trains' last week and placed for safekeeping in stockholders nt DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN Fort McPherson nnd Fort Oglcthrope, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED AS under gunrd of the Seventeenth A FAMILY REMEDY The men from the Wilhclm, numbering more than 400, were assigned In children the slightest irregular to Fort McPherson nnd those from ity of the bowels hns a tendency to the Eitcl Friedorich to Fort Oglc- disturb the entire digestive system, thrope. In order to be ready to re nnd unless promptly remedied invites ceive them, the Seventeenth had been serious illness. The experienced mothdivided into two detnehments to gar- er knows that by training her chilrison the two posts. dren to regularity in this respect, 's When the train bearing the nnd when occasion arises administer crew nriived nt Fort McPher ing n mild lnxntive, she will have son, Cnpt. Thierielilt and eight Ger- little need for tho doctor's service. man ofTiccrs were met by officers of 3251 Central Mrs. Leo Weignnd, the Seventeenth Infantry and taken Ave., N. S., Pittsburg, Pa., whose two to Col. Noyes. After a curt introduc boys, Frank and Joseph, nre shown tion of himself, the captain present in the illustration, writes that she ed each of the other officers, and has found Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep then was told by Col. Noyes that "I sin a most effective lnxative, not on have sent for you thnt I might know ly for the children but nlso for heryou and that you might know me." self, and that she will always keep it He had proceeded no further when in the house to use when needed. Dr. Capt. Thierfeldt interrupted to say: Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a combi "My men nre military men just the nation of simple laxative herbs with same as you, and we will give no pepsin that acts easily and naturally, Wil-helm- An Effective Laxative For Growing Children Joseph LeoVcilnndJ tion. KIDD'S STORE Just as farmers got a good start plowing, rain suspends the work, except on some bottoms where plowmen wear rubber boots and when not plowing under a blanket of snow splash along the flooded furrows a suicidal and murderous process on Syrup Pepsin can Dr. Caldwell's bo obtained nt any drug store for fifty cents, nnd should have a place in every home. It will save many times its cost in lessened doctor bills nnd maintain the health ofthc entire fnmily. To avoid imitations nnd ineffective substitutes be sure to get Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Sec thnt a facsimile of Dr. Caldwell's signature and his portrait appear on tho yellow carton in which the bottle is packed. pledges." without griping or other pain or dis- A trial bottle, free of charge, can bo "We have arranged to take care of comfort. It is pleasant to the taste so obtained by writing to Dr. W. B. you as well as possible," Col Noyes that children like it, and is equally Caldwell, 455 Washington St., Monti-cell- o, continued, "but future conditions will effective on the strongest constitu- Illino is. depend largely upon yourself." While the men were being counted Nearly 2,000 acres of valuable unLieut. Gen. Nelson A. Miles, reretreat was sounded and the regi- tired, speaking in New York City at developed coal and timber lands in ment band began to play the "Star the National Defense Convention Letcher county, lying along the Splanged Banner" as the flag was held under the auspices of the Na- Clinchfield railroad have been sold by lowered. Just as it began its descent tional Guard Association of the Unit- the interCapt. Thierfeldt called his men to ed States, asserted that if this coun ests to Lee Long and associates, of attention, and it was held until the try "throws itself energetically" into Dante, Va., at a consideration said colors were down. war, in the event of a declaration, to total over $100,000. he believed it would be possible to Leases of oil and mineial rights on IT'S SURPRISING end the conflict in twelve months, 600 acres of Fayette county land, "if not in six." within five miles of Lexington, for That So Many Stanford People Fail At least eleven lives were lost in a the purpose of drilling for oil, have To Recognize Kidney Weaknuess storm which destroyed many houses just been secured by W. W. Agnew, in Central Alabama. Six of the a prominent oil operator of CleveAre you a bad back victim? land, O. negroes. dizzy known dead were Suffer twinges; headaches, spells? Go to bed tired get up tired? hjiWIf j1'';'!! It's surprising how few suspect m feJ$fii SfliySk ?r?Pli !Next topsy-turv- y, On a Hot Day You'll Say "Bless That Water Cooler," which is only built in the Automatic Refrigerator STOVE and OVENS"the stove with a utation. Sold exclusively by Main and Depot Sts. nj At the same time consider that "BOSS OIL rep- PENCE & Stanford, Kentucky HILL In-de-str-u- Foster-Milbur- Ross Metal Silo c-to e that fills a long felt want. Results obtained from the use of a Metal Silo are far beyond expectations. Silage contains by far a larger percentage of food value, more uniform preservation, taste and color, naturally far more productive in results. Tho Most Permanent Silo because it The Silo o. Can t Blow Down, Buckle,Twist or Collapse Resists fire to the fullest extent and is storm proof. No skilled labor required to erect it. Can be increased in height at any time. Special Metal is warranted not to bo effected by acid in silage or climatic conditions. The users of Metal Silos are our references. Any question of the durability of metal silos has been completely answeied by their continued uso without defects of any kind. The Kansas Exneriment Station mib- lish in their Report No. 129 the fact that they have metal silos which have been in use since 1903 and that same are as good as when first erected. Those who desire to erect a Silo from the standpoint of permanency and food value preservation should see me before purchasing and ex99 amine my silo and silage. Sold by PERUNA in Your Home' Faithful Friends e The Family Safeguard .'.!& :m 'KHiiitin '4M J. O. Newland, Stanford, Ky. Alio Agent for Rots Wood Silot and Ross Silo Ftllen. . iirTiHriiW r kJi Look At Our 1. .,1 1 ""V 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. and Catarrh eight-hou- W. H. HIGGINS Main Street Stanford, Ky. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 30, 1917 Page Three O cm Has it become a little bald? Or a little anything else that you don't like? How About Your Hair Brush? If it's about time for a new one Come in and look over our easeful of them. From a couple of dollars down to a couple of quarters. QUALITY, ACCURACY AND FAIR DEALING The Penny Drug Store Phone No. 2 E. R. Coleman, Prop. Stanford, Ky. TIig Climate is Delightful cm tke Beautiful Mississippi GULF COAST DURING MARCH AND APRIL Enjoy CRAB ORCHARD B. Hansford has anAs William nounced himself ns n candidate for County Attorney in the coming election, his friends here feel that n few remarks about him may not come amiss. He has lived most all of his life in this town nnd his career is well known. He has enjoyed n twenty year experience at the bar, is n man of a wide circle of acquaintance. He is thoroughly versed in federal, state and common law. As a man he is kind hearted nnd generous, n friend to the poor nnd defenseless, loyal to friends, and has never asked an appointment from the county before. We feel that if elected, he will do honor to the position, nnd in every way prove himself worthy and efficient for he abhors treachery, injustice and oppression. Mrs. Nancy Edmiston, who has been feeble for many months passed to her rewnrd Monday morning. She was almost eighty-tw- o years of age and all of her long useful life had been spent here in Crab Orchard. She was the daughter of the late Harvey Pleasants of this county and was beloved by old and young. All her life she was young in spirit, enjoying the flowers, sunshine and all nature. She raised a splendid family, all of whom testify to the religion training and business principles she instilled. As a neighbor she was all that the word implies. A beautiful and impressive tiibute was paid to her memory by J. C. McClary and a large crowd of sorrowing friends followed the remains to the cemetery, where her remains were laid beside Why "Anuria" Is an INSURANCE P Against Sudden Death. take a risk on your Before an M ill I KM $pgTN Insurance physician will test the urino nnd report whether )it arc a pood rick. When your kiuiitys Ret sIukkHi ami clog, you suffei from backache, dizzy spells, or the twinges and pains of lumbago, rheumatism and gout. Tl e urine is often cloudy, full of ecditui tit ; channels often get eoro and eI op .1 disturbed two or tiireo times u i xlit. This is the time you should con lit sonic nhysician of wide experiencMicli as Dr. Pierce of tho e, Company will life the examining Y. Send him 10 cents for Buffalo, sample p ic agc of bis new discovery, "Anuric." Write him your symptoms nnd send ft painplo of urino for test. Experience has taught Dr. Pierce that "Anuric" i, the most powerful agent uric acid, as hot water m dissohii melts sugir; besides being absolutely harmless it is endowed with other properties, for it preserves the kidnoyi in a healthy condition by thoroughly cleansing t iem. Being so many times more nctav than lithin, it clears tho heart va s of any sandy substances which m r, clot: them and checks the s, a3 dcgcnerc'ii n of the blood pressure. well ns rrgulating 'Anuric" ii n regular insurance and f .rail big meat eaters nndtlmsu in their joints. who dcp if lime-salt- s Ask the i'iiggUt for "Ai.uric" put up packages. by Dr. Prce, in 60-cblood-vessellife-savent ( ; it i THIS BUCKEYE $8.50 FREIGHr PAID We have others $8.50 and up; 60 Eggs to 600. Write for catalog. We pay the freight. Our Garden Seed Catalogue Now Ready. Write for it. You may Save Money. STRENGTH AND BEAUTY Como wl cr Golden Vertical cleatiMT and l'hh a t tlu ll or ami tom-nc- h altoratlvi it starts Into porous action. It tliti- tho liody i manufacture rich red blow which f in ilin heart, nerve, brain ami orpam oi tin) lxxlv. Tho organs worK rmonthly lil.o machli.ery running In oil. You feel o'ean, stroi.ir and strenuous of tind, weak and faint. i l 1 Dr. PInre ' 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. 'i1 tke balnnj air and sunslime in this enchanting land of flowers. Play golf or tennis, motor, fish, sail or row. Low round trip fares, and convenient train service. Tickets to Now Orleans and Gulf Coast points via Louisville Gr" Nasuvillo R. R, penult side trip to Feusacola at slight cost. For illustrated literature, schedules, ole, apply to local representatives ol the Loulsvlllo & Nashville R. R. or address R. D. Pusoij, General Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. Collar Pads All Sizes, 18 to 24 at 40 Cents Turners ville, Kentucky - Turnersville Supply Co. I THE UNIVERSAL CAR In the scale of advancing business costs, Ford travel continues the same positivo 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 Touring Car $360, Coupelet $505, Town Car $595, Sedan $045 all f. o. b. Detroit. Place your order now. $3-1- The farmers are getting along very slow with their work. Mr. David Pioctor has been on tho ick list, but is better. Mis. W. M. Scott fell a few days 'go ;nd broke two ribs. .i. J., ihompson lias had a very sick baby. Taylor & Elder have moved their stock of goods from J. II. Cordial olaco .to Mr. Elder's. J. L. Thompson and A. L. Scott were in Stanford last week on bus- -' iness. M. M. Taylor visited his brother at Gum Sulphur last week. J. M. Thompson sold n mule for $150. I'f m W. S. Delaney, who is cook for L. 11 & N. was through this part of the country Inst week. J. L. Davis, an evangelist," is hold every home Sloan's Liniing a mooting at Pino Hill. , ment has earned its place in Miss Ellen Lewis, of near Quail. the medicine chest as a relief has been very sick. from pains and aches. are-sa- her husband, Francis Edmiston. Lovely flowers covered the grave and so she was left, but her good works will live to testify to her having lived in our midst. The deepest sympathy i extended to the family who were so devoted to her in life. Mrs. Belle Johnson with her daughter and two sons from Johnsvillc, Ga., accompanied the remains of her husband here for burial Sunday. She wfs formerly Miss Belle Miller, a sister of the late George Miller of 101 Ranch, Okla. The remains were buried in the old Fish burial ground about three and a half miles from town. Mr. John Brooks, of Atlanta, who is a nephew of Mrs. Johnson also came with them. Mrs. Johnson had many old frieds here who would have been glad to have seen her, but knew nothing of her being here until she had left Sunday night. Mes-rMontez Fish and John Traylor came over from Richmond Saturday remaining until Tuesday morning. Rev. Pervis will preach Sunday morning and night. Subject for morning, "The Business of the Church," night "Straining at a Gnat, etc." Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Manuel of Gravel Switch, motored here Sunday to visit his brother, James Manuel and family. Tom Hays Bronaugh has bought an auto from Walter Smith and is learning to run it. Mr. Robert Thompson is adding a porch to his property, which is quite an improvement. This has been one of the saddest weeks Crab Orchard has known for many long years. The burial of Mr. Johnson Sunday, the killing of Hopkins, the burial of Mrs. Edmiston Tuesday, also a colored burial same day, events to chronicle and a feeling of depression seems to have settled on every one. s. GREEN BRIAR Mr. John Leach and Levi Munsie went to Somerset last Thursday to see the h.dian doctor. Miss Maggie Braswcll is sick at this writing. Misses Irene and Juey Singleton visited Miss Eva Ilorton last Thursday niirht and attended prayer This Week's Seed Prices: Fancy Fancy Fancy Fancy White Red Clover Seed, per bushel, $12.00 " 12.00 Sapling or Mammoth, ' 2.85 Timothy, per bushel, Northwestern Alialfa,per bushel, 10.40 .87 Seed Oats, per bushel, Ba4s Extra At Cost. meeting. Mrs.l'reston Hamic spent Saturday with Mrs. David Walls. Rev. Godby spent Saturday night with Mr Joe Record and wife. Miss Rachel Jones and Miss Ruby spent Sunday afternoon Gilmorc with Mi-- Eva Ilorton. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McCarty, of Stanfon, spent Sunday with Mr. and s Freight Paid to Your Station. - ' M.Mn nj? fwiT" ). ytm : : iip ji i m mu rw 'ii) Mrs. John Leach. Misses Amanda Lee and Elva Lee spent Sunday with Miss Sosbia Munsie. Mis George Gaines spent Monday with Mrs. John Leach. Mr. Virgil Reynolds and wife, of Buck Creek, visited Mr. Bud Sims and family Saturday night and Sun WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Covington, : : : Kentucky day Miss Virgil Florence, of Waynes- burg, spent Saturday night with Miss Sosbia Munch,. Misses Laura Sims, Louella Sims, Sarah Sims, Bettie Sims, Etta Gaines Mm and Ruth Padgett were the guests Milley and Mattic of Mesdames Gooch near King's Mountain Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Record attended the Rogers sale Saturday. Mrs. Millard Padgett spent Sunday night with Mrs. Narcie Leach. Mrs. John Ilorton and children spent Sunday with Mrs. John Leach. BEE LICK &Jr5fc Til JHte Co 01 Ce! Sar Works Wonders You Need It! ! IL In MM j Everybody Does! two-year-o- ld fJii The Ideal Spring Tonic and Body Builder It is the timo of year when NATURE PURIFIES ALL THINGS THAT GROW AND CHANGE. It I IMPORTANT to plaoe body in healthy condition .to stand the change, purify your bood at?ma?h' Ifrw.kidiitfy anil bladder in good eon,.- -' t tones up the system to resist the attacks tion. ailments prevalent during the Spiing Season. A healthy body of is much freer from tho risk of contracting disease than an unhealthy one. wi give greater capacity for work ph than anything in the way of a universal medicine and YOU and know the tremendous advantage over those who aio continually half sick or ailing. is composed of l(i Root anil Heibs, makes three full quarts of medicine, lasts about thr'e Bnd 1'EGALLY GUARANTEED to m?,,tfh8,n5im8T?ili5rr.?ill0CLV,?1,ar or money refunded '" by L,nf0'111 xr i iI.3InK,,"SAJl , m1'1. onvllo, Ky., I'hnminey. Stanford, Ky., Drug IIus and dealers in medicine the ijeives htomuch. liver .kuliioys, bowels, bladder and blood. for ,,uro Kftuuie oil hoap, MADE FOR "" 5r.,VT AJfr?- - . HUJL Kunranteed to give satisfact on or mon' ey refunded. 10c a br. 3 fo? SBc. OUR COWBOY LINIMENT, as used in the Wont by Cowboys, Scouts and Indians for Pain, Sprains, Strains, Ranchmen, Hums, otc, gives immediate relief. 25 and C0e bottles. ?-e- tIno,' COM-CLL-SA- R 1 H. C. Anderson, Agent Stanford, Ky. Quickly penetrates without rubbing and soothes the soreness. Cleaner and more effective than mussy plasters or ointments, it does not stain the Ekin. For rheumatism, neuralgia, gout, lumbago, sprains und (trains uic Sloan Liniment. At all druggiits, 25c. 50c. $1.00. ns-u- re PRETTY PLACE Most tourists love, As they will own, Tho beauties of The Yellowstone. is a crush Whoro fashion whirls. The geysers gush, So do tho girls. n, COM-CEL-SA- R Steele & Burton, Agents Huttonville, Ky. There .n'"1' An $8,000 aoroplano will hu Char-lestoW. Va.,'s contribution to tho Goernment as tin expression of from its citizens. Frod C. Voters, Collector of Poit, is originMiss Graco Roberts, aged 10, who ator of the movement . has been missing from Paris, been located in tho Jewish Hospital, The lumber yard and phmninjr Cincinntl, where she has u position mill of Chonault & Kudos at VaiwiU-ie- . Miss Roberts is a daughter of J. II . burned, cauiiag a law of Roberts, of Lilly, Laurel county. h-i- s THE LINCOLN PHARMACY, Stanford WEDDLE'S DRUG STORE, Hiutonvill. Dakota Remedy Company Jack-White-M- oon 3729-3731 Weit Broadway I ouiiville, Kentucky Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday? March 30, 1917 . he interior Journal J. H. Wright l E. C. Walton and Knttrrd at tht poitrflar at Stanford, Ky., tteond clati mall matttr. Both Issues s wppk, per yf(ir............l.B0 week, for 8 months.......... 1.00 Twice Trfflc, for fl monlhs.......... .75 twice .40 Twice s week, for 3 months.................... Once ft week, either Issue, per jesr........ 1.00 Subscriptions re cssh to nil! stops when time for which it It paid, Is np Subscription Rates WorkingMen The Interior Journal l ftuthortted to the following candidate! for office ftnb-Ve- t r to the Democratic primary the first fee In August, 1917. (Announcement for each county office li $10 ', tor district office, 315 : for city or magisterial office J5. No nnonncement will be made until fee Is Pld In advance.) Political Announcements. lfL I I J!L bIKp BRyAN BROS. I I Never since the world began hat there been at much labor done at will be done thlt year. The high price of all farm and manufactured products putt the world on nettlesj putt energy in men. These men are going to For State Senator JAY W. HARLAN J. H. CLAY KAUFFMAN .R. MOUNT. M. S. BAUGHMAN. W. S. DRYE. Labor in Fields and Factories For Sheriff J. II. LIVINGSTON. For Countv Jitdpei M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE For County Attorney .T S. OWSLEY. W. S. BURCH W. B. HANSFORD III! Ill 1 and to labor you must wear the laborers clothes OVERALLS. They are the only sensible work clothes, and the best of all OVERALLS it 0'Bryan's You know them, most of you are wearing them. We can fit you; any size from the smallest boy to the largcrt man. To plant, plow, worm, ttrip and pack tobacco it 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 For Representative II. G. SKILES. For Jailer W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMER JOHN J. MOSER For Assessor J. N. CASH For Magistrate lat Dist. J. T. DUDDERAR For Magistrate Hustonvillo District SAM M .OWENS. JOHN C. PEPPLES. Put YOUR money in OUR bank. Wc pay three per cent interest. The Lincoln County National Bank I 'Corner Next to Court House" Stanford, Kentucky 'AN INVITATION You are cordially invited to visit our store on the date named below and learn how to refinish floors, furniture, etc. This Occasion is very Special A representative direct from The Ohio Varnish Company will be with us with a display of beautiful color ings and finishes for woodwork, floors, furniture, etc. I I "U,'MlOi.r.Eo at u pi'" Mrs. John G. South, known and loved in this section as Christine Bradley, who is president of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association, met the Clark county Branch Wednesday, when a resolution was adopted eondeming as infamous the picketing of the White House by the militant R. M. suffragists. Mrs. South laid particuemphasis on the fact that the body lar Headquarters for Bett operating in Washington is distinct which she heads. FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE from the association This declaration will creatly benefit Phone 16S and 45. Stanford, Ky. the cause of equal suffrage in this tntc, where people generally con Mill demn the disgusting picketing of the Midget Marvel Mill; Corn resident's home, especially since he Oil has declared so unequivocally for and Feed Mill; woman suffrage. Engine; mill building, 24x36, three floors; engine room, 1Gx22; all in is raising sand good running order; close to railroad Samuel Gompcrs because the Supreme court, in affrm-'n- g and good business. Apply to THE WAYNESBURG MILLING CO. the constitutionality of the Waynesburg, Ky. bill, denied the strike weapon by providing fo railroad employees hat complaints shall be heard by n -ommission, whose award must be obeyed. Deprived of power to call a strike or to foment trouble, Gompers FARMS FOR SALE INSURANCE !s like the professional prohiblijion-"st- s will be when the country "beD. comes bone dry his occupation will Lancatter, Ky. be gone. He and thev have livedi by the agitation and neither it appears McRoberts & Bailey NEWLAND A Pretty For Sale Flour -- cl TOP COAT Coats were never as popular as now. We show them for Women and Children and are priced at . Ad-"ms- FARM LOANS y A. THOMAS want questions settled. barter Pint LIGHT OAK U. S. Standard Measure 9 V ('C WW V 7 The latest reports of the National Banks of the country shows rcsouces amounting to over $10,UuU,uuU,uUU, which exceeds by five millions the compiled resources, the banks of the Will Have Our $5.00 to $22.50 A Pretty Millinery Display .?n B?l Mifc,, qf , fr The Ohio Varnish Company t'mlt'i Vmibt V O f:S Sa - ten largest countries of Europe. If these few lines should reach the Kaiser's eyes they will remind him that we arc not seeking war with him but by jingoes when we do go the men, we've got the we've got ships and we've got the money too. Miss Jeannette Rankin, the new from Montana, will "ongresswoman Vgin Monday to disport herself in fhe halls of legislation and the women folks are all alert over what she will wear. The first woman., to occupv uch a place will be subjected to all manner of inspection and criticism Mil she will almost wish she had schewed politics and followed woman's sphere of marrying and l earing a family. ,t few The fine weather of the 'ays ought to put everyone who has ven a small plot ot ground to piani-"i- g potatoes and other useful crops, ""here was considerable shortage in he crop of potatoes last year, which n a measure accounts for the of prices, but the great demand 'vhich is bound to continue, is the larger contributing cause. la-un-"vn- rd m March 30th and all the rest of season. Latest styles and novelties in Millinery. You are cordially invited tojcall and inspect my line before buying Silk Dress The Dresses we show are New York's latest models. They are reasonably priced at Containing enough varnish to cover REGULAR 20c CAN FREE 25 square feci of surface THIS COUPON is good for one 20c Can of CI VARNISH upon the purchase of one now 10c Brush (merely to insure a fair trial) during our Demonstration. If larger can h desired, Coupon will apply as 20c i against purchase price. Chi-Nam- Mrs. S. J. Tatum Crab Orchard, Ky. $13.50 to $32.50 Name Address Severance & Son Stanford, Ky. i See Display at The Lincoln Pharmacy SPECIAL April 3rd and 4th Wear Good Clothes You might as well wear good clothes while you're at it. People respect you for it. You'll respect yourself. You won't need to spend a great deal of money or to have your clothes made. Simply drop t : t I : in and try on what we have to show. S The Lexington Herald, enlarged to eight columns, is now issued from its magnificent new building, especially constructed for it on the lot adjoining the A battery of new intertypes anil a splendid new press are included in the outfit, all of which is new. The sucess of the Herald and under Editor Desha Breckinridge, has been phenominal. post-oflic- o. EASTER DISPLAY Wednesday April Fourth W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky -- legislature endorsed the president's course without mentioning the man who- disgraced he state and nation by filibustering to prevent a declaration of armed neutrality towards Germany. The lames of LaFollette and Stone will Iways be linked with treason and T'lfhery in tho time of the coun-ry- 's imminent peril. The Wisconsin - TO MY CUSTOMERS . My yearly contract for REX COAL expire, with this month, and a. that mine will be operated under a .w management from April first, I do not know what .her price, are going to be. I have abundant evidence, however, ,h.y will be much higher than I have been paying .1, winier, wWd, ,w Untrimmed ...and... SEE- ARRIS GEORGE H. FFence For American Wire 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS Over 3 Million Loaned Through This Office Mr. Nicholas Romanoff, of Russia, r sfH I represent the largest and best has gained almost as much notorieclothing house In this country ty by losing his job as did Mr. NichEd V. 'rice and Co., Chicago. III. My in measuring and directing the mak- olas Longworth, of Cincinnati, bv clothes, girts me the advantage marrying ing of your tho daughter of a Presi orer one who Is not a practical tailor. If you made-t-ordc- To the Public: Pnrthenae, tho world's champion Holstein butter cow, is dead at Appleton, Wis., from w ii a darning needle which "omehow got in her food. She had produced 2,888 pounds of butt it in a year and considering the high rri"e of the article her death amounts to a national calamity. PiMiline Paul Fashion Hats MRS. FRANCIS will be here f, The public is cordially invited to see this beautiful display -- the price of .1. coal. April fir.t. This sOUd. .Jdiculous, but 'tis a fact, .11 ,h. .am.. ! Uve ,lood n f protect you from high price. .11 winter, but the time ha. com. when I can do no more. I thank you, ey.ry one, for your patronage, and trust you will remember me with your f,ur. order.. I prmi.o to deal fair with you ,o give you the, best price. I c.n to le.v. me reasonable profit. Your, to serve, .,. ,, . .d THE- W. KING & SON INSURANCE BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Lexington, Ky. Ckeapiide & Short will give me your order, I will promise you square deal. Tuu will get the worth of your money, either in the cheapest grades or the Jljr higher prim. dent. SPRING AND SUMMER line of sampUs spection. Can H.C.RUPLEYl'J elsewhere, is growing, but not as rapidly as was hoped. Help the good Is now ready far your innow and let me show you. women along in their admirable efT",or fort to make Stanford better socially morally, civically und otherwise. Style Shop Dr. Price's Old Rooms N. W. FO WLE wtzMlsa'lp The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 30, 1917 Page Five Corns PmI Right PREPAREDNESS For 35 years this Bank has been PREPARED and READY to serve its customers, and is NOW READY! Off With "fids-li- " 2 Drops, and the Corn is a "Goner 1" When you'vo roI to walk on your nwny the aides of nboo to net from those awful corn-paintliero'n only one common-sens- e thins to do. s, Sheriff Tom Ballard, of Gnrrard, was here on business Thursday. Mr. Ballard, has lots of friends here who arc always glad to see him. Mrs. J .1. Pninter nnd children Mr. Pninter on his trip to Durnngo, Colorado, to sou his sister, Mrs. Charlotte Jarrett, who is very Mr. L. S. Jones, of Middlesboro, who has bucn with his son, Dr. Lewis J. Jones, returned home Wednesday, stopping ,y Mt. Vernon for a short , Fewer Eggs are ill Bank Opens 9 A. M. Bank Closes 3 P. M. IS ''Gch-T- " Your Torn Won't Snoll In Writer. IltnldrN. Tlioj'll Mirivel, I.oumcu mid 1'ccl On"! on the Put 2 or 3 drops of "aets-It- " Inllatn-mntlo- n corn rlKht awiiy. Pain and will clirmppcnr, tho corn will hcRln to shrivel from that Instant 'lion It loosens nnd falls rlRht off. In There's no other the world that nets like "(Jets-It.- " No new discovery has been niude in slncu "Clets-U- " was born. Don't forget that fact. "detail" does nway forever with the use of xalvcs that Irritate, bandages that make a bundle of your toe, plasters that half do tho work, knives and scissors that draw blood. Use "Gets-It- " no more cIIkkIhk or cutting: "Gets-It- " la Mild everywhere, zoo a bottle, or sent on receipt of prico by K. Ijiwrencu Jc Co., Ublvazo, 111. stay. The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. J. S. HOCKER, President S. T. HARRIS, Vice-Preside- Unc Miss Mary Lee Givcns returned to her home in Stanford Saturday a week's visit to her cousin, after Virginia Givens. Ilarrodsburg I Miss I Democrat. I Mr. ni J Mrs. Robin Adair Hortun nrrived today from Paris to spend a snoit wiue with the family of .Mrs. Pcrmclin Hi own. The bride was the charminf. .Miss Mary Craig Hayden. R. E. t Sims hi'.s returned home from Col! nsville, 111., where he was culled lat week by the illness of his brother, Dr. Morgan Sims. Dr Sims had a stroke of paralysis and is not improving very rapidly, dn uit i lit oj ipiuu .Vjoa 50.1S.1j oii.w 'ojoq spu.1i.1j Xutim still untiiUM 'not; iKod OAiiut.mj u snt nt o.i.iq'.w 'oito 'pttntOAoi') oj oli iji.w pun patiflts.i.i "nti sni 'own iiuos .ioj 01011 oomo-jsoju uaoq m oiiav Uoiin unntA . -ri -- required with BAKING ROYAL POWDER melteJ ttmrunlrg f In many recipes the number of eggs may be reduced with excellent results by using an additional quantity of Royal Baking Powder, about a teaspoon, for each egg omitted. The following recipe is a practical example: Chocolate Sponge Roll teaspoon iicup sugar 1 l' cups flour 2 tablespoon ?4 salt 2crk 2 squares melted chocolate fowJer Tlie old method called for 4 cam nod no baiting powder t teaspoon vanilla 2 teaspoons Koynl Making cup hot water corn-remov- er H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier C. HAYS FOSTER, Asst. Cashier Ind. Bookkeeper W. W. SAUNDERS, PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Mr. W. H. Mueller, who has been quite sick, is about well again. Born to the wife of Charlie Beck, of the Hubble section, a fine daughMrs. H. P. Ripy, of Lawreceburg, was here this week in the interest of Woman's Clubs. Mrs. C. A. Sanders, of Perryvillc, is spending a few days with her, sisMr. and Mrs. R. L. Collier, Mr. Howard and Miss Birdie Perkins, of ter. ter, Mrs. Lee Rupley. J. S. Hocker, Jr., is over from Transylvania for a few days. G. 11. Masters and wife and Harry Jacobs and wife spent Thursday in Lexington. Mrs. Sam Fisher, of Danville, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Phillips. Rev. F. M. Tinder and Mr. Saufloy Hughes, of Lancaster, were here a short time Thursday. Walter Owsley, wife and baby, of Louisville, are with his mother, Mrs. S. E. Owsley, for a few days. Miss Mary Walden Gooch has re- were here Thursday turned home from Lexington, where she was the guest of friends. Mrs. W. A. Tribble, who has been Little Mabel Martin, daughter of ill for some time, is improving, her Matt Martin, of Rowland, is very ill many friends will be glad to learn. of rheumatism and other troubles. Mrs. Samuel Severance and two Mr. Beattv Middleton and children, of Louisville, arrived Thurs- Mrs. Lida Miller, Misses Mary wife, and day to visit the families of Messrs. Margaret Miller, of Richmond, were Will and A. H. Severance. guests here Sunday of friends. Mrs. J. S. Owsley has returned afMiss Mary Margaret Jennings has months at developed spending several ter a severe case of chicken-po- x Franklin. She has fully recovered and the popular little lady has she received. from the broken ankle Messrs. Sam McKinney and Rogers been suffering greatly for several Hicks and Misses Nannie Weddle, lays. Mrs. Annie Newland has returned Margaret Tucker, Bobbie Tucker and Elizabeth Stagg, of Hustoonville, home from Lexington, where she were here to the picture show Thurs- spent several months with her daughter, Mrs. Marvin Adams and son, day evening. Mrs. Georgia Gotiner and her lit- Joe Mack Newland. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Owens, Mrs. S. Catherine tle adopted daughter, M. Owens, Mrs. J. W. Cockings, Miss Ends, stopped with friends in for a few days on their way Margery Cockincs. Mr. and Mrs. home from Florida.where they had I Tom Earles, of McKinney, were in town Wednesday. Crab Orchard, afternoon. Hus-tonvil- le AFTERNOON BRIDGE TEA Miss le Cooper entertained on Thursda. afternoon with a iiridire . Tea in honor of .Mrs. 0. 1. XtiekoK Booklet ol reclpei which economlie In ecus urid oilier expensive Ingredients mailed Inc. of Pine l'n, who is the guest of her dnughtei Mrs. C. Htivs Foster. A de . 135 William St .New IJAKINO POWDER CO. Address ROYAL. lightful salad course was served. t The gue were: Mrs. Bettie Bush,. 'Mrs. Get re G. Menefee. Mrs. Wm. ' Shanks, Airs. T. J. Hill, Jr., Mrs. A. C. Hill. Mis. C. Hays DOGS KILL COWAN'S SHEEP Foster, Miss! PICTURE SHOW PARTY Sold in Stanford and B. M. Cowan, of the Cedar Crce Ollic Mrs. W. R. Todd On Tuesday evening Mrs. J. Caras the world's best corn remedy Mrs. Aniuc bitgleman. Miss Sue Tay roll Bailey and Miss Ophelia Lacke.v section of the East End, lost fourj by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The lor Engkman, and Miss LcvUn liar gave a picture show party compli-mentar- v teen sheep by dogs the other nigbi ris. to Mrs. Harvey Helm and and the rest of his flock were more Penny Drug Store. Miss Ollie Woodson, to see Margu- or less injured by the canines. Ho WORKERS' CONFERENCE erite Clarke in "Little Lady Eileen." heard the sheep running and going to On Tui'Mlny evening at 7:30 Miss After the show the guests were serv- the field saw two shepherds chan-in- g Rella Arnold Francis was vMrs., them. He fired several shots nt LouiseLooa Campbell, of Lexington, ed ices, cakes and mints tit the Prinhere from Lancaster Wednesday. and Miss Turet, of Indianapolis, will cess. The guests were: Mrs. J. S. the dogs but unfortunately missed Miss Lucy Spoonumorc of Hubble is the guest of Mrs. J. Fox Dudderar. hold a workers' conference at the Mrs. T. A. Rice, Mrs. C. K. Tate, Mrs. them. Miss Ollie Woodson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goodwin ami Christian church in the interest of all R. T. Bruce. C. W. B. M. EASTER SERVICES Miss Jewel Goodwin, of Crab Orch- the members of the C. W B. M. and Miss Esther Burch, Mrs. J. S. Baugh-mnVoting Ladies Circle. Each member Mrs. The C. W. B. M. will hold its reguMrs. II. J. McRohcrts, ard, were here last week. urged to attend. prayer service, beginWm. Severance, Mrs. W. C. Shanks, lar Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Accy and Miss ning Tuesday afternoon, April 3rd, Mrs. Harvey Helm. Scott were in Lancaster a short time The Tennessee House has passed and continuing throughout the week. Tuesday. On Tuesday, Mrs. W. G. Withers Little Miss Margaret Rivers Dud-dcr- a Statewide bill and it is now up to LUNCHEON FOR MRS. HELM Governor for signature. The conBaiMrs. J has been sick for several days ihe lnboi system in that State will Mrs. .1. S. Baughman was hostess will lead; Wednesday, Young C. vict Ladies the with whooping cough. at a beautiful limchean on Tuesday ley; Thursday, Mrs. A. C. Hill and Mrs. J. B. Fisher, of Lexington, be abolished after Oct. lit 18. afternoon in honor of Mrs. Harvey Circle; Fridav, W. P. Kincaid. These is here with her father, Mr. John Helm. The house was beautifully Saturday, Mrs. in the lecture Lutes, who is thought to be improvdecorated in johnquils and other services are to be held church at 2:30 $100 Reward, $100 ing. springs flowers for the occasion. The room of the Christian The readers of this paper uill bo o'clock each afternoon, except the Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rice, Mr. and pleased learn that there Is at least color scheme of yellow and white Thursday program, which is to be was artistically carried out in the held in Mrs. C. E. Tate. Mrs. T. A. Rice and one dreaded disease that science has the home of Mrs. J C. Bailey been able to cure In all its stapes and luncheon served. A pleasing feature Miss Ollic Woodson motored to Lexthat Is catarrh. Catarrh belns Breatly of the afternoon was a Musical Ro- nn Miss Lackey. We need your presington Wednesday. T influenced by constitutional conditions present were: Mrs. ence. Come. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Turley, Mrs. C. requires constitutional treatment. Hall's mance. Those Catarrh JKillclne Is taken Internally and Wm. Severance, Mrs. W. S. Embry, F. Higgins and G. B. Turley, Jr., of Laek-eBailey, Miss J. the Blood " Richmond, motored down Sunday acts thru tho Systemon the Mucous Sur- Mrs. MissC. Pattie Alcorn.Ophelia W. 15. tf thereby destroying faces of " TTM E OK. P qLI ABLE.'' Mrs. and spent the afternoon with Mr. tho foundation of the disease. kMiih the McKinney, Mrs. C. E. Tate, Miss patient strength by building up tho conand Mrs. R. T. Bruce. Mrs. P. M. McRoberts, and dolns Its Woodson, Courier-Journal- 's of those stitution Tlia assla'.lns nature In fo much Mrs. II. J. McRoberts, The list Mrs. J..W. work. proprietors have contributing to the New Albany re- faith In the curative powers of Hall's Baughman and Mrs. Robert T. Bruce, Catarrh Medlclno that thoy offer One Mrs. Harvey Helm. lief fund includes the names of Col. Huadrel Dollars for anv case that It fnlls and Mrs. J. B. Willis, of Crab Orch- to cure Send for Hit of testimonials. ard Springs, who gave $5 to the good Address P. J. CIIKXRV. fz CO., Toledo. AT YOUR DR JGCIST Get your Easter advertisement Ohio. Sold hV n'l Tlri'i" tnt. tno cause. 'ready for Tuesday's issue of the I. J. corn-rcmovc- rs Y-I DIRECTIONS Sift flour, baking powder and salt together three Beat whole crrs. Add slowly sugar, then boiling water slowly; add next vanilla, melted chocolate and melted shortening, without beating. Sift in dry ingredients, unci fold in as lightly e.3 possible. Pour into largo baking pan lined with oiled paper, unci bake in slow oven twenty minutes. When done, turn out on i damp, hot cloth, spread with vhite icing and roll. times. rrs35u! n, pre-East- er ar t- - v. J REMEDYFORfti& -- we1 Showing of Suits, Dresses and Coats Pre-East- er Garments are now at their best. Our lines of Ladies' and Misses' Ready-to-WeWe have now in stock three hundred New Tailored Suits, in Piret TwUis, Gabardines, Poplins, Serges, and Wool Jerseys, in all the staple and fancy colors, and all sizes. Prices range from $15.00 to $50.00. Silk Suits in both Tailored and Sport Styles from $18.00 to $60.00. We are showing the handsomest and most varied line of Silk Dresses we have ever shown at one time. Dresses for street and church wear, for afternoon and receptions. Many new Sport Dresses and Exquisite Party and Dance Dresses. Dresses at every price from $13.50 to $75.00. If A great assortment of new Coats in Greens, Gold, Tans, Navy Black, Greys, Tweeds, Etc., at every price from $10.00 to $50.00. We are exclusive agents for WOOLTEX Coats from $16.50 to $50.00. f More than two hundred new Georgette and Crepe de Chene Waists in white, black, flesh, gold, chartreuse, sunset, tea rose, bisque, etc., from $3.50 to $15.00. J Now is a good time to come, as you will want a new garment for Easter. 1$ ar I A. B. Robertson & Bro., Danville i Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky; Friday, March 30, 1917 MT. ZION Mra. Amanda Bastin has been visiting Mrs. Ida Thompson. Mrs. Ethel White spent Inst week with her sister, Mrs. Bcttic Smith, of Woodstock. Aunt Jane Adams has succeeded in getting a pension of $20 per month. Mrs. Thompson and children visited her fnthor, Mr. Bryant Brown last MIDDLEBURG Dudley Wesley is In bed with a broken leg, as n result of the overturning of a riding plow, ho was last week. Ho wns alone when the accident occurred nnd it was some time beforo his cries for help were heard. Matches arc selling at 10 cents n box an tooth picks arc expected to ng yJiAix Making Money! lome in stocks Some men moke their money in business ome by toiliome savins of their daily wage. But we 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. Business requires your sole attention stocks means sleepless nights and days of worry property works by itself for you without your care. Select it care of you. set it to work it takes care of itself and will take No. 212 Nice cottage of four rooms, good yard and pardon and out buildings, right on Main street Kentucky. Nice conin Stanford, walks, etc. Newly papered crete and fully equipped with electric lights and water in house. Price only $1,350. No. 213 99 3- -1 acres in Anderson county. Four room dwelling house, barn, 32x32, buggy house, hen house, smoke house, etc. All the buildings new. There arc 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 orchard of 75 trees three years old also old orchard. Splendidly watered, five everlasting springs and two cisterns and well. Price $C5 per acre. This is n good bargain. No. 142 About MO acres in the Turnersvillc section of Lincoln county on good pike. Has two houses, one story ot" house of one and 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. acres of land. 200 acres cleared and most of this in orchard grass. This land will produce as much as ten barrels of corn 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 cobt $800. A fully equipped blacksmith shop on the place. Has wire fence all around 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 are hure to buy it. No. 18G 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 postoffice 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 anil will pay good interest on the money invested. The owner lives in another state and wants to reinvest there. It will pay you to investilf two-stor- ,3dren Cry for Fletcher's Sunday. Mr. Charles Playforth is painting Mr. Thompson's house. Little Lizzie Jilcs was the guest of her nunt, Mrs. Ida Thompson last Sunday night. Mrs. Mary L. Hcnsley, of Garrnrd county, spent last week with her aged mother, Mrs. Armenia Smith. The measles are raging in this community. Mrs. America Hendrickson is very ill her many friends are sorry to know. Mrs. Ed Graham has been called to Knoxville to be with her daughter, Birdie, is very ill with appendicitis. Mrs. Betsy Abbott continues about the same. Jack Burchctt and family have moved on John Middleton's place. Wm. Thompson still continues very ill. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Harness were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Harness last Sunday. V. S. Brown, Sr., was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Sarah Smith. Mr. Ed Rogers, son of Mr. John Rogers, died in Lexington last week and was brought here for burial. Rev. J. D. Steenbergen will come here about the 20th of April to hold a revival. Mr. Harvc Brown and Mr. W. E. Harness are busy buying produce. Mr. Calvin Wilson has moved to George Henslcy's place. Mr. Willis Weaver is at Mr. Frank Griffin's, who is sick. Mrs. Grifiin is also sick. Rebecca Turner is very ill with consumption. She has recently re take a jump at any time. Mrs. William Wheat nnd Mrs. T. II. Moran have formed a partnership nnd will have their millinery opening here Friday, March 30th. The old folks, arc preparing an entertainment to be pulled off here soon that is likely to be more inter--j csting than anything of the kind here for some time, judging from some of the characters that will be connected with it. Mrs. Belle Lawhorn sold her household and kitchen effects at public sale at Yoscmito Thursday. The sale was well attended and good prices realized. Her son Jason Law- horn came up from Somerset nnd as sisted her in the sale. Mrs. Helen Carter and Miss Gay Jones arc in Louisville buying a spring millinery stock and catching on to styles that will prevail the coming season. They will open up about May 1st, at Yosemite. Oil operations began in carncsTJ Thursday when Will Lawhorn set up his machinery on V. T. Wilson's farm, two miles below town. It is understood that he has engaged to sink two wells. J3 JnVkm If v "ffei i zm ra m v, ." mm iaimMBmttmmmMKnmKtmim&vimWms. vveecn:ccccccccciXccccinccs:: ccsnkwxvv. v j ;v. j '. 't. vvv: II iaI iiiii Iho Kiad jC-ffly- You Have Always Bought, and which has been in uso for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of - and has been made under his per- o sona supervision since Its Infancy. CUCU4Z Allow no one to deceive you in this. " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Inlanta and Children Experience against Experiment. s Just-as-go- od .i w C:i3t I(rr lv f u 1 .. i:' og- -' a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,. Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It contains . ;n, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its- nntoe. For more than thirty years it has for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, iarrhoea; allaying Fcvcrishncss arisingI xeguiuting the Stomach and Bowels, aids i of Food; giving healthy and natural deep. . - Panacea The Mother's Friend. v 3 - gestoses CASTOR I A alwav Bears the Signature of SS232S ftlK u GREEN BRIAR We nro glad to sec the sun shine again after so much bad weather. Miss Mary Bastin is spending this week with her grandmother, who has been sick. Mrs. James Floyd called on Mrs. C. C. la T '. "IU, Use 'For Over 30 Years THK CKNTAUR COMFANV, NKW VORK CITV. The Kind You Have Always Bought That women do not give "tips" the declaration of Louisville hotel men at a hearing before the House Committee on Revenue and Taxation at Frankfort. The bill providing for a tax on tipping concessions will be reported by the committee without expression of opinion. was turned from Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Thompson visited their son, Wm. Thompson last Wednesday. GIRLS! HAVE A MASS OF BEAUTIFUL HAIR, SOFT, GLOSSY, WAVY Dandruff And Doubles Beauty Of Your Bottle Destroys Hair Within ten minutes after an application of Dandcrine you can not find a single trace of dandruff or falling hair and your scalp will not itch, but what will please you most will be after a few weeks' use, when you see new hair, fine and downy at first yes but really new hair growing all over the scalp. A little Dandcrine immediately doubles the beauty of your hair. No how dull, faded, brittle difference and scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Dandcrine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. The effect is amazing your hair will be light, fluffy and wavy, and have an appearance of abundance; an incomparable lustre, softness and luxuriance. Get a bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter, and prove that your hair is as pretty and soft as any that it has been neglected or injured th.)'s all by carlcless treatment vou surely san have beautiful hair you sure can have beautiful hair and lots of it if you will just try a lit- 25-ce- I SAUFLEY gate) this proposition. No. 108 130 acres, two and a half miles from good town. Two houos one of six rooms and the other of four rooms, two barns and all necesnary outbuildings. 50 acres of bottom land and 80 acres in timber, small orchard. 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 nil just covered new. New crib and granaty and all other outbuildings. 20 acres in bluo grass and balance in cultivation. Young orchard. Only two miles from good town and in splendid community. Price $8,000. The farmers of this community, arc very busy about their crops. Rev. Welburn filled his regular appointment at Logan's Creek Sunday afternoon. There were several from this place to go to the sale of John Rogers at Highland Saturday. Mr. Alwn Sampson has been on the sick list, but is better. Mrs. Kathcrino Watts and littlo daughter were the guests of Mrs. M. C. Floyd Sunday afternoon. Miss Elizabeth Lovell was the guest of Misses Sarah and Jennie Sampson Monday. Miss Vada Lewis, of Lexincton, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Royalty who live in the property of T. ('. Ball, are preparing to move to Stanford. Mis' lola May McDanH, aged 15, and Albert Colvin, aged 21 were married in Mercer. THE AGE OF SANITATION Gcrkey Wednesday. This is the age of perfect sanitaMrs. Will Hale was the guest of tion, especially in the manufacture of Mr. and Mrs. Dump Adams of foods. And no one is more particular Miss Hassie Miracle was a pleasant about sanitation and cleanliness than caller of Miss Susie Gerkey Saturcareful Mrs. Housewife. day and Sunday. She is daily growing more cautious Miss Lola Wells was the guest of about the foodstuffs she buys, and her brother and sister at Mt. Moriah she makes it her important duty to Saturday and Sunday. learn, if. possible, the various methMiss Allie Wells is ill we are sorry ods of manufacture practiced in the to say. factories of everything she buys. Miss Susie Gerkey has returned The food article that cannot conhome after a week's vjsit with her vince her that its methods of probrother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. duction are absolutely above reproach Claude Gerkey at Hustonville. can find no place in her home. Its manufacturer has lost forever the Five persons were burned to death careful woman as a customer. in a fire which destroyed the Stephens She has read so much about saniHotel and ten other buildings at tation and the pure food regulation Creston, W. Va. The fire originated she has at last awakened to its in the Stephens Hotel and is believed that full importance. to have been caused by a leaking gas She cannot be too cautious in her pipe. The loss was estimated at investigations of such food products Approximately 50,000 bales of cot- as canned goods, Baking Powders, ton, valued at $10,000,000, was des- etc. There is one Baking Powder mantroyed by fire at Vlodivostok, occord-in- g for instance, whose facto information by the way of ufacturer, tory doors are always wide open to Japan. the careful housewife. If you could visit this plant, the 10 Cent "CASCARETS" largest and most sanitary in the BEST LAXATIVE FOR LIVER AND BOWELS world, where Calumet Baking Powder is made, you would be amazed Don't Stay Constipated, Headachy, at the wonderful cleanliness of every employee. Bilious, With Breath Bad Or Stomach Sour In this, the world's most modern Baking Powder plant, every moveNo odds how bad your liver, stom- ment in Calumet's manufacture is ach or bowels; how much your head done by spotless machinery. No huaches, how miserable and uncomfort- man hand ever touches the Baking able you are from a cold, constipa- Powder and it reaches you absolutetion, indigestion, biliousness and ly pure. sluggish bowels you always get relief with Cascarcts. Don't let your stomach, liver and bowels make you miserable. Take Cascarets tonight; put an end to the headache, biliousness, dizziness, nervousness, sick, sour, gassy stomach, bad colds, offensinve breath nnd all other distress; cleanse your inside organs of all the bile, gases and constipated matter which is producing misery. box means health, hapA piness and a clear head for months. All druggists sell Cascarets. Don't forget the children their little need a gentle cleansing, too. 1 May-woo- d. $75,-000. 10-ce- nt es FAMILY AVOIDS SERIOUS SICKNES. By Being Constantly Supplied With Thcdford's McDuff, Black-Draugh- t. Ibis place, "with sick headache, and .omach trouble. Ten years ago a friend told me lo try which did, Thcdford's and I found it to be the best family medicine for young and old. I keep ht on hand nil the ime now, and when my children feel a tie bad, they ask me for a dose, and it 'ocs them more good than any medicine .icy ever tried. Ve never have a long spell of sick-- ss in our family, since we commenced! ising Thedford's is purely 'egetable, and has been found to regu- "e weak stomachs, aid digestion, re- ve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, I'Mdnche, sick stomach, and similar symptoms. It has been in constant use for more than 70 years, and has benefited more than a million people. Your drupgist sells and recommends Price only 23c- - Gt a Package y. n. C 121 Black-Draught, 1 Black-DraugBlack-Draught." Black-Draught Black-Draught. years," says Va. "I suffered for Severn! Airs. J. B. Whiltaker, ot FARMERS! See me at once for Fertilizers for Tobacco, Corn and Hemp GOOD AUCTIONEER is half of a Good Sale. Let mo cry your sale and I will get you top prices. I will go anywhere you want me to and always treat vou right. E. T. Pence, Jr, Stanford Phone 1920. R. M. H. JOHNSON D. 1, Stanford, Ky. Hughes and Hj mm mer lime ht Florida 'U-- r . Vffil t ALL RUN DOWN 7 . i A Two Daily Trains: Through Pullman Mado Strong and Well By Vinol M.A Vrdl LV nHHaT" Stanford, Ky. i Waynesboro, Tn. "I was all run down lift) r it hard hpcll of bronchitis to it was hard fur mo to ki'i'j) about. 1 had pains in my clii-band took cold easily. A frlt-tinbki'd mo to try Yitiol. I did, nnd it built mo up m I am Blnnj and well mid 1 am alilo to do my housework which 1 !utd douo for thrru muiiMm before t'llwiy Vinol." Mra. Y. It. llouuouau, nt Wiiviu-bboro- , Home Phones 152 and 184 Office Phone 180 iaM:MMwrvw:TMw!WKzTmaKB3& Vinol cmitcn nn appetite, nhla diges-- 1 on. niuUeti pure blood uml created uirviigth. Your money puck If it fulls. l'u. (The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Southern Railway car leaving Louisville 7:55 p. m., arriving; Jacksonville 8:50 p. m. Through Pullman connection on train leaving Louisville 7:20 a. m., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 a. m. is the direct line to Ashcville, Aiken, Auuusta, Charleston, Columbia, Savannah, Summerville and other southern resorts. The Southern Railway ers Kxcursion Fares now in effect Stopovers and other special features. Full information and fares from local Southern R lilwaj- - ucnt or write Dininz Car Service Winter Tourist, Variable Tour and Honiescek. B.H.Tdd,DitrictPai'r Agent, SUrksBldg.,LouUville,Ky, 9 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 30, 1917 VALUE OF AN EDUCATION Page Sever "Easter Clothes" Thousands PraV K.9fe Tlemedv for 5S i Stomach. ;iu 11 fm' YArmy ofStomach outtcrcra M'K F.nnvtnnii . ' .f r.RinoxJs)(tOTiiES GUNTKCO ffPl v few s Led to Health By Single Dose. Stomach Trouble causes a multi tude of ailments, and often in Gall Stones, Yellow Jaundice, Acute and Chronic Indigestion, Appendicitis, Constipntion, Gas Pressure, Fear of Heart Disease. Cancer nnd Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines, etc., etc. One dose of Mnyr's Wonderful Remedy has proven successful in thousands of cases of Stomach Trouble. This explains its enormous sale. Has been taken and is recommended by Physicians, Justice of the Supreme Court, Congressmen; Lawyers, Nurses, Ministers, Farmers, Educators, Mechanics probably your own neighbor. Many owe their lives to Mnyr's Wonderful Remedy. Thousands say it has saved them from the knife. Contains no g alcohol or drugs. FREE booklet on Stomach Ailments. Address Geo. II. Mayr, Mfg. Chemist, Chicago. Better yet obtain a bottle of Mnyr's Wonderful Remedy from The Penny Drug Store or. any other reliable druggist, who will refund your money if it fails. n, habit-formin- N f One more week, then Easter Sunday. Now you should dress yourself correctly then if never at any other time. We are headquarters for all good clothing for men and boys. Straw Hats, Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Low Cuts. We have received the World's Best-t- he "Shelby"-f- or Ladies. New Ties, Shirts and Collars. We are headquarters for Easter Goods. JUNCTION CITY Mr. Ringo, of Cincinnati took the pictures of the Junction City school Monday in four groups. They sell for 25 cents each. Mrs. Wm. Trosper entertained the ion which enabled him to accomplish Embroidery Club Thursday, March the great tasks which he has done. To the boy or girl who is contem22nd at which southern strawberries (From The Lincolnian, the Stanford High School Paper.) Education is one of the most valuable asset, of life, and in order to acquire it ears of hard lnbor and deep thought must be spent. Education muft be sought, for it never seeks nnyone nnd when you go after it, you mu,t go with stern determination nnd native for the person who goes to college to get an educntion will never get it without great effort nnd sacrifice on his., part. You may attend every college and university in tln ceuntry nnd still be no better prepared to live than at the start. In the mind of every High School graduate there is a thirst for knowledge, 1'or he is then beginning to realize hew unprepared ho is to cope with the problems of life with his yet U' tutored mind. When the being educnted the mind intellect should hi' i leaned out and all unclean tlu ights eliminated, for one of the n'hanlnges of the educated man or woman is that they arc not dependent upon anyone for thought and guidai rr, because training develops origi' a'lty which is something that ever. one would like to possess Some f the best educated men have ncir attended any institutions of learning other than the public school yet they are highly intelligent men. capable of close application of mind and of great exertion of body nnd constantly making fresh additions to their stock of knowledge which may be nlready large, yet they have thaf desire to learn something new every day. The majority of people lack forsight. If they could only see what is before them, the chief object of their lives would be to prepare for it. Some fifteen or twenty vears no Henry Ford was a fireman in an Electric light plant in Detroit, but he had in him thnt fnr reaching visi He used a pebble in his day to keep his mouth WE moist: use m refreshing confection to take the place of the cave man's pebble. We help teeth, breath, appetite, WRI.GLEYS gives us a wholesome, antiseptic, WRAPPID IN ROBINSON'S, Stanford PROFESSIONAL AND "When BUSINESS CARDS is good. Surveying and Leveling survey your land purchase for you, and make certain. Will go anywhere Be sure your title Let me M. C. Newland, Stanford CAPT. AM BOURNE AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. The high dollar at your sale all the time and at lowest price; sales cried anywhere. Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense J. M. REYNOLDS WAYNESBURG. UNDERTAKER, We carry a large and complete stock of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. ; Phone: Farmers' line No. - Woodstock line No. -- CONTRACTING See B. L. FAGALY for Contracting and Building of any sort Houses, Barns, Etc. Stanford, Kentucky. W. W. BURGIN .Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays DENTIST Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at Stanford Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding at Crab Orchard DENTIST Stanford, Ky. You to get our FREE catalog of Myers House Flat Fruit and Shade Trees, Grape Vines, 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 Lincoln Bank Building Rooms H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS STANFORD. KY. Phone 214 1917 Lexington, Ky. 1841 28-29, T. W. PENNINGTON, ' were served. Prof. E. L. Grubbs is succeeding very well in getting up a strawberry picking club to go to Bowling Green May 18th of 21st. Miss Galdys Tucker is getting up a crowd of girls for the same purpose. In parties of ten or more, train fare costs $3 each way. Board per meal 10 cents, room furnished to those who take bed clothes as do the Normal students of both our State Schools. A student can pick enough berries in thee weeks to pay cost of six weeks at Normal. Mrs. Kate Grubbs arrived from Bradfordsvillc Friday and is visiting relatives and friends here. Mr. Steve Russell of Bowen has been sick the past week. Mr. G. D. McCollum returned from Crab Orchard last week and was confined to his room sick for several In days. He was able to be out Tuesday. Mrs. Anna Chambers, of Richa Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, Tin- mond, was the guest of Prof and Mrs. ning and .Guttering Guranteed. E. C. Lester Friday till Monday. Myers' Pumps and Gray Engines Rev. Francis, of Wilmore school, W. K. preached at the Methodist church on Phone 188 Stanford, Ky. Sunday. Rev. Bruce McDonald and Prof. E. L. Grubbs met Friday with the SunLivery Service day School workers at Danville to Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and help secure a large attendance at Buggies; Open Day and Night. Day in Boyle Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Trial, We Will Please You. county in May. t Phone 5. H. H. Carter, Manager. A calf born Feb. 27th, for sale to Calls answered day or night. the highest bidder at E. L. Grubbs' CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. barn. Rev. Ernest Ford has offered a banner to the Sunday School class which will show highest per cent. of I am prepared to vaccinate for Anthrax, Black Leg, and all other increase in attendance by July 1st, tock diseases. 'and hold the lead till Oct. 1st, in the JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, Phone 204. Stanford, Ky. Christian Sunday School. The remains of Mr. George Holt-bof Lexington, were interred here Auto Bus Between Tuesday. Deceased was 72 yearsold and a fine Englishman of the old Danville school. Daily Except Sunday The Moreland M. W. A. degree Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) team of 12 members accompanied by at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at Dr. Pipes came here Tuesday and put 9 :00 a. m. and 1 :S0 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at on the work for ten new neighbors. The work was well done. Low Charges Dr. H. Chase of Lexington, was O. L MINKS. Proorietor here at Capt. McGraw's Saturday. Mrs. R. up John M. Casey, D. V. M. milineryR.store Rosel has opened store- a in the U. B. F. Veterinary Surgeon room, with Miss Minnie Shannon as Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College trimmer. (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) Mrs. Mary Burke and Mrs. G. A. Office Farris' Stable Kentucky Dunn have opened up a millinery Danville, shop in twon. Doubt Take Bath." WARNER and Auto VACCINATE plating nttending an institution of higher learning, we offer this argument. The values of higher education are innumerable, it trains the mind and makes it able to cope with the hard problems of life. The time is rapidly drawing near when the undeveloped mind will be crowded out of all phases of intellectual life. If the opportunity of attending college does not present itself, then develop the mind by taking broad, liberal views of every important question and try to solve them for personal satisfaction, picking up miscellaneous bits of information wherever nnd whenever they are offered and storing them away for future use. In the hearts of the present generation of boys lies the nation's richest possibilities and in order to derive any benefit from them they must be educated. For it is a granted fact that uneducated people as a rule do not make the most desirable A good citizen must not citizens. only be honest and clen in his personal life, but also must understand his duties of citizenship and how to meet them. He must vote intelligently and must unite with other good citizens to enforce the laws. An office seeker who is not an intelligent Christian and who does not possess Christian intellect has absolutely no right to be at the head of governmental affairs. The disadvantages of the uneducated man will be far over balanced by the advantages of the intellectual man, and at the present era when there is no excuse for so much illiteracy and demoralized citizenship, it is the duty of every man to make his opinions public to such an extent that someone else A may obtain the benefit of them. man may make the most wonderful discovery in the world, but if he does not tell others about it, no one will be abetted by it. It is the duty of every intellectual person to do all in his power to promote the welfare of his country; let him do so by helping in an educational move. digestion and deliciously The Wrigley Spearmen want to send you their Book of Send a postal for it today, Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., 1732 Kesner Building, Chicago. Gum-ptio- soothe mouth and throat with this welcome sweetmeat. The Flavor Lasts I 732 THE WORLD'S BUSIEST WOMAN By successfully attending to a wide range of duties, Mrs. Stella M. Jellica, a student in the University of California, has set a record as the in the West. She is a busiest musican, singer, teacher, house-wif- e and student. Just recently she added the cares of matrimony to an already varied list of responsibilities. Here are some of the things she does to round out her days: She attends the University, taking Italian, music, German, harmony and co-e- d with the San Francisco Musical Club, for which she is solist. To wage battle against the high cost of living, she keeps a small garden, and every evening devotes some time to the care of her lettuce, radishes, greens and other "truck." 's Mrs. Jellica was a soloist for band wheen he played at the Exposition in 1915. She has sung before Melba, and that diva pronounced her voice the best trained colorotura soprano she had heard in America. In spite of her crowded days, Mrs. Jellica says she is healthy and hap- Sou-sa- English. py- In addition she takes thrue singing "I love hard work and seem to lessons a week und one lesson in llotirish on it," she declared. "I don't counterpart. seem to be happy unless I'm doing She sings in one concert a week something all the time." y, and Stanford Fortune Teller For a dollar I tell your fortune, sir. Gentleman Are you a genuine fortune teller? Fortune Teller I am. Gentleman Then you ought to Ex. know I haven't a dollar. Clarence Good news, John one of our hens laid and egg Saturday." John Great Scott, lets buy a Ford. Ex AGED FARMER is your nervous weakened, your blood impoverished. your digestion AFTER ANY SICKNESS shattered; your strength is wasted; system mm envision tonic-foo- d s, WANTED! Plumbing, Tinning and Repairing of all kinds. For any work of this sort, see CASH for ACCOUNTS A, D. PARSONS Phone 254 We 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 South End Farmers can have all ailments of their horses, cattle and other live stock promptly and expertly attended by DR. H. A. PICKETT King's Mountain, Ky. Veterinarian, If You Suffer equal to Vinol to create strength for conditions. ui'itk, Yetul Centre, N. Y. "I am a fark, mer 74 years of ago and got into a n N-- J. as a result weak, condition Scott & Bawne. Bloomfleld. of the Grippe. Our druggist suggested Vinol to build me up nnd I noticed More than $22.r,000,000 worth of THE RULES OF THE GAME an improvement soon after taking it, NEAL'S CREEK "Didn't you see Jimmy"? demand- checks, drafts, money orders and The people of this place are very and it has restored my strength to 1 other valuable papers were found in can now do a good duy's work. My ed Mrs. Mombat. busy plowing. undelivered letters by the dead letwife has ulno taken Vinol for a runMr. Will Raines, who is on the down condition with splendid reaulta." "I did," said Mr. Wombat. "He ter office during the last year, ami 11. W. 'Lesieu. was playing ball, and whon I saw practically all were restored to their sick list is some better. owners. Mrs. Will Kirkpatrick was the The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. him he was on second base." "Well, why didn't you bring him guest of Mrs. Mrs. James Kirk. home?" I sit alone in the twilight Little James Kirk, who has been Irish potatoes have become cheap"My dear, I wasn't in the game. Forsaken by God and man, on the sick list is some better. er in the mountains within the past It was up to the batsman to bring And murmur over and over, I'll never eat ouinos again. Thclma Hutchison was the guest few days and are now selling in him home." Ex. many sections at $1.50 a bushel, says of Sallie B. and Josephine Bcrdcn. PERCHERON STALLION Misses Eflle and Chloe Farmer a Whitesburg dispatch. A largo area were the guests of Mrs. E. L. Green will be planted if the seed can be obThis splendid I'ercheron stallion Thursday. tained, although seed is scarce will make the scason of 1917 at the barn of Fred Jesswine, on the Crab run-dow- n run-dow- Made Strong and Well by Vinol This letter proves there ia nothing to nourish your nerve-centerthe wasted tissue, improve your Diooopower, sharpen your appetite and gradually your strength. Get SCOTTS for yourself, or remind some ailing friend that SCOTT'S has proven these words for Look for this Trade-Marthousands of others. is the rich repair SIR RAY Somerset, Ky. AUCTIONEERING I can get you highest prices for your land, stock, crops or household goods. The Only Keeley Institute in Kentucky For any information apply to Sales Cried Anywhe-- f JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Moreland. J. B. WILLIS Crab Orchard, Kentucky don't make tho fatal mistake of garding it as a trifling matter. thorities agroo that Catarrh is an infection of tho blood. Consequently, sprays, salves and lotions can afford only temporary relief, becauso they do not reach tho source of tho disease, tho blood. When you depend on these temporary remedies alono your caso is likely to grow steadily worse until it becomes chronic and possibly affects the lungs. But even if tho infection does not go this far, tho continuous dripping of mucous in tho throat, the constant reAu- From Catarrh vhabit-formin- BOSSEAU enlftlnr. m..4 linwlrim m.. AVll nilftr PJ...& nrA ... .. ...o nml v w of tho breath will not only cause misery to you, but will make your prcsenco obnoxious to others. S. S. S.. which has been tho standard blood medicino for fifty years, will relievo your catarrh, becauso it will purify your blood and relievo it of tho accumulated poisons. S. S. S. contains g drugs. no mineral or S. S. S. i3 on salo at all druggists nnd ilia nrlvinA nf mi mpilirnl (lomirtmcnt is at your disposal, free of charge.) swiii apecmc uo., ov- - owuw uuuumi,, Atlanta, Ga. Believing that now is the time to raise good horses and mules, 1 will stand my registered Pcrcheron stallion, Bosscau, weight 2,0(30 pounds, at $10 to insure a living colt and my great mulo jack, Joe at $8 on same terms. Will make liberal cut to those huving more than one mare. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. II. L. Berry, Hustonville, Ky. My farm is one mile east of Hustonville, on tlw Stanford pike. Orchard and Ottenheim road, every day except Saturday, on which day lie will be at the barn of R. II. Itro- naugh, in the town of Crab Orchard. This horse will serve mares this at $10 to insure a living colt. Come and bee him. He will have to be seen to be appreciated. He is a splendid individual, a great breeder. Season due when mare is sold or traded. FRED JESSWINE, Crnb Orchard, sea-so- u Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. Page Eight: The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, March 30, 1917 LAND, STOCK AND CROP A. T. Nunncllcy Bold to W. L. DunnRnn n cow for $7G and a yenr-ldihull for $100. William Hontn and J. D. Baxter, of Mercer, bounht four mules nt the Wnthen sale in Marion at $205. I,. T. Anderson, of Mason county, sold to Myron Henry Oppcnheim, of New York City, the fjreat show Rcltl-Inj- r. Sport Kinp. for $2,000. Joseph Hurnside sold his farm on the Kirksville pike in Garrard county to H. T. Sanders, of Madison, nt $130, The place contains 1150 acres. Frank Smith delivered to T. W. hogs. d Jones 47 head of He received from $11.50 to $12 a hundred. These hogs were engaged some time njjo. R. L. Horry advertises in this issue his big Percheron stallion, Ilosscau, and a good jack. Read advertisement and hear these animals in mind before von breed. Rev. V. M. Tinder, of Lancaster, sold his farm of 77 acres, known as farm the John M. HigRinbothnm near Lancaster to S. T. Sanders, of Madison county, for $13,500. Motidnv week will be horse show Hotter tell about ilnv in Stanford. your stallion and jack in next week's Lpapers. Let the people Know wmu von have; they'll io tnc res;. Jones bought of Yowell & T. Ends 72 light shipping hogs at 12 cents a pound and 42 heavy porkers of Charley Powell nt 13 cents Mr Jones al--6 bought 25 mixed-weigh- t cents from Lutes . hogs m 12 fr 185-poun1- -2 F-E-E-- D-S We arc Headquarters for PURINA FEEDS More Milk. More Vim. PURINA MOLASSES HORSE FEED More Fat. PURINA FATENA MOLASSES CATTLE FEED tURINA PIG CHOW Greatest Hog Grower. Place your Vtiesc Feed are giving the best results possible. der today. Sold only by ?URINA DAIRY FEEDS or- 1.8 P. Stoclt Pen Phone No. T. W. JONES 1 Residence Phone No. 176 i Boyle County Auto and Sup-pl- y 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. Wc sell fifty kinds of policies. Women as well as men. you about them. I Company Open Day and Night Walnut, Bet. 4th & 5th Danville, Ky. shall be glad to tell George D. Hopper Danville, Kentucky Lutes SEED OATS We have the Northern white recleaned natural seed oats. By natural, we mean the oats are not clipped or bleached. year. Rowland Peavine's pedigree, together with his'description, will appear in these columns next week. The fine fellow has wintered well and is in the very pink of condition. J. Carroll Iiailov, tells the L J. that he will stand his great stallion, Rowland Penvine. at his stable this Walnut, Bet. 4th & 5th STATE VETERINARIAN HERE Dr. Mussellman, State Veterinarian, was here from Frankfort Thursday trying to eradicate hog cholera, which has caused a heavv loss to the farmers of this section. He met many of those who are losing hogs from cholera and treated some of the infected swine. CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS Hogs Receipts 2,000, steady. Packers and butchers $15.00 15.30. Cattle Receipts 800, steady. Calves steady. Sheep Receipts 100, steady. Lambs steady. Just Opened and Ready for Business Your attention is invited to the completeness of our house. We can SETt supply you with the auto and all of its equipments. MR. BRISCOE CONN JACK and STALLION jack at I will stand my my place on the Milledgeville pike, near McCormack's church, at $10 to Insure a Livng Colt He is black with white points, fine bone and ears. Money due when mare changes hands. Not responsible for accidents. Will also stand a good Percheron Stallion at $5 Cash, with return privileges, or $8 to The Iovm House of Representa- which would provide for woman suf- insure. tives, by a vote of 85 to 20, pascsd frage. The resolution already had I ask your inspection and patronthe joint resolution submitting to the passed the State Senate by a large age. W. A. HATCHER, Stanford. R. people a constitutional amendment, majority. F. D. No. 2. J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD,.Kn fUCKY 2G-4- t. has charge of the Mechanical Department. The auto fanciers all know his ability in his chosen line. He will see that your every wish is granted and you will be waited on courteously and promptly. Dexter Ballou, of Stanford, is Mr. Conn's assistant. MR. W. H. CROUCH looks after the Electrical Department. He knows his business and gives the best of service. He is both experienced and accommodating. MR. RAYMOND SCROGHAM is our Vulcanizer, and when this is said, all Oakland o S ensi ble oix Satisfaction 1 1 '4 Wonderful that is necessary is said. . ( He's an expert, as the autoists know. MR. RUSSELL COSBY There is a lot of solid satisfaction waiting for you in the purchase of an OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX. From the first time you ride in it, you'll find the Oakland really "sensible" in power, comfort, ease of handling and operating test. attends to the supply Department, and all your wants will be cared for. He keeps all of the accessories necessary on hand, but if he should not have what you want, he will get it post haste. FREE AIR AND FREE DAY STORAGE TO LINCOLN COUNTY PEOPLE Drive in when you are in Danville. We will always be glad to see you. Command us when you need us and we will be with you both night and day. We are new as a house, but old in the auto business. We strive to pleas 2 and satisfy ,you. A trial will convince you. ,d Its motor delivers 4 horse power at 2500 r. p. m. for every 53 pounds of car weight. one horse power valve-in-hea- d 1 tires 32x4, long supple springs, 51 inch in rear, wide seats and ample leg room, mean comfort over any roads. Its big over-siz- e If Its sensible weight, 2, 50 pounds, assures fuel 1 and tire economy. Its excellent finish, real leather upholstery, beauty and high class equipment, stamp it a quality car at a sensible price. J DON'T OVERLOOK THE SENSIBLE BUY Implement Co. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY DURHAM Boyle County Auto & Supply WALTER DUNN, Demonstrator Company Call Phone 155, 150 or 124 for Demonstration Walnut Street, Between 4th and 5th Danville, Kentucky Jlt-A-J- L .. i i..:aBrtj&-'- .