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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): April 6, 1917 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1917 int1917040601_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): April 6, 1917 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. St? W- - U ll - iu . I mm Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, April 6, 1917 Tuesdays and Fridays Br1 ;'.a ;t r1 " it. MRS. JAMES W. ALCORN DEAD THE LATEST WAR NEWS POYNTER ACQUITTED declaring that. a Stanford wns saddened late Thura Tho resolution of. Crab r Orchard, had hi examining: trial state of war with Germany exists day afternoon, when It was announcThe Interior Journal hopes there Judge Jnmes P. Hnilcy Thurs- passed the House of Representatives ed that Mrs. James W. Alcorn was is no German In Lincoln cointy who day morqlng nnd was acquitted of at 3 o'clock this, Friday morning, dead. Few knew of her serious illkwonilrr. would by speech or deed caitso the the killing of Leonard Hopkins nnd by n vote" of 373 to 50. All amend- ness, which made the shock tho native-borMawm vote. to loso that exalted opin-- . the wounding of his brother, John ments to tho resolution were voted greater. Some ten dnys ago she was (,fHged W, is ilcml In Ion now held for them. Thcro may P Hopkins, at. Crab Orchard Sunday down without the formnlity of n taken with n cold which developed rill section of Baylo. come V time, and that tlmo may bo Mnrch 2fith. The trial rollcnll. Pacifists under tho leadership into nncumonln. nnd ihn nml nmn ttio V(tji "iMid dry eleetlo'rVhcld In here, when those from the Fatherland afternoon, (sconflA Tuesday 14 towns wentffeel tMt thcy nro nnt n j, lasted but an hour nnd a qunrter, of Representative Kitchin, mnjorlty suddenly. For tho past thrco year's wUh nnd only five, witnesses testified. It floor lender, were determined In their Mrs. Alcorn hnd been nffllctp,! wib wet m nine dry. whnt this country is doing to 1 wns proven by James Rogers, J. II. opposition, and debate on the matter UhcumatWm, Its hold upon her sys- AKlamYes, niccd 80 and for mnny the honor and dignity of tho . .lnnHHlHn. 11 AL- - ...t.11- - ..l.t.- - . Hustle, J. Thomns Cherry, Gnlen lasted for seventeen hours, during I years a member or the Society of flag It Is hoped that there lives' no uvi;ii-iiiiiii inu wiiiic, ultimate Rogers nnd Jnmes P. Jones that Leo- the course of which opinions of ly reaching her honrt nnd Involving Pleasant Hill, Is dend. ' man of foreign birth In this section Shaker' at l "I will fight when you" want mc," nard and John Hopkins were acting nearly every Representative were her constitution TTnr fnl.1n nJ1. who endorses Germany's submarine In n disorderly mnnncr nnd thnt whou nircd. The resolution will be signed UorH compelled her to remain in wired Jess Wlllnrd, thb world's warfare, which has cost the lives of Marshal Poyntor wns informed of it, by President Wilson ns soon ns tho uoors except .on mild, pretty days,-champion pugilist, to President Wll so many Amerlcnns, but should thero , he went to quiet them. As he ap- Vice President Marshall has affixed nnd during the past winter she hnd on, i be, It would be well for him to ponbeen kept even more closely thnn proached, John Hopkins, with knife his signature In the Senate. Mrs. Daniclll. IJostock, of New der before he puts his feelings into in hand, advanctd townrds him and Albany, died of Injuries, bringing tha words or n'ctlons. The American poo-pi- e The resolution empowers the PrcS' usual. This tended further to en Leonard Hopkins told him if he enme Ident to use the full strength of the feeble her, rendering her less able to, total number of deaths from the tornro in no humor to take insults. was Imposed. J nado to forty-onCashier W. M. Hright of the Lin further he would shoot him. This did nrmy nnd nnvy and all other re resist any attack of sickness. It Is' Thoir patlcnco js nlrcady threadbare. not strange then that pncuionia did A largo and valuable stock barn The large mnjorily nro In thorough coin County Nntlonnl Hank, was not deter Poynter, who went on to- sources of the country In waging on Ihc .farm occupied by George accord with President Wilson's elected treasurer over Cashier H. C. ward them. Leonard Hopkins fired, the wnr against Germany to its ter its work quickly. Mrs. Alcorn, who was Miss Sophia Jtublc, pear Bucna Vista, was of tho First National the bullet knocking the officer's hat mination. course calling for war on Germany Bniiphmnn, Kindrick', daughter of the late Judgo llgtnlnc. Austria-Hungar- y Hank. Mr. Bright paid $025 for the to one side. Poynter then drew his will break dipl npd. mean? with whVh t wnpr. thnt weapon and fired, striking John Hop- matic John Walker, colored, agoj 10, war, and criticism of the relations with the United John S. Kindrick, was born in PulasPresident's privilege. His opponent's bid wns kins in the legs. Another shot enter- States as the result of strong German ki county on May 28, 1842, and was aW and killed his father whilo the nction In the premises if not relish- $000. n ktter was beating his mother. The ed by patriotic citizens. Silence Is The court redeemed two old turn ed tho breast of Leonard Hopkins, pressure, is the report conveyed in a married to James W. Alcorn, who killing him instantly. A second shot dispatch from The Hague. died June 28th, 1914, on Sept. 13, 'tragedy occurred near Richmond, thrico golden just now. If our friends pike bonds of $1,000 each. These bvns fired by Leonard Hopkins, but Th railroads of the country have from across the bonds were not due until 1010. In their operations between the 18C5, at the home.of the late T. M. water can not be worked out a plan with tho Quarter- loyal to tho flag they live under, thcy near Stanford. Her A new motor truck for the county no damage was done by it. It wns Sommc nnd the Oise the French cap Pennington, master General whereby the entire can at least refrain from taunting wns ordered purchased; the old ope proven that the Hopkins boys had tured a dominating position of much mother died when she was two weeks Tall transportation facilities of the those who arc, and thcy should do It. going in as part payment on It. An acted badly before in Crab Orchard, importance along the line of the vil old, and having neither brother nor nation will be at the dispbsnl of tha Besides, Uncle Sam, as well as the allowance of $899,75 wns made on and on one occasion thcy took the lages of Grugies, Urvillers and Moy, sister, she was reared by her aunt, city marshal in charge and placed running from south to southeast of Mrs. Bourne Goggin, of the Pisgah Government State- authorities arc taking pains the old one, and tho new one .is to The business of the Mercer Na- thnt no overt act go unobserved. cost $3,349.76, at $2,450 more. The him in n stall in a livery stable. At- St. Quentin. The War Office also of section of Pulaski county, and no tional Dank, of Harrodsburg, has to Hrldges, public buildings and the vote on the proposition stood: Helm torney T. J. Hill represented the ficially reports the precipitate with' child was ever more lovingly watched greatly increased that it has been like are being guarded, while secret nnd Petrey for and Dilddcrar against. prosecution in the nbsence of County drawal of the Germans from three over than she was by this good aunt. necessary to add another room to service men nrc doing duty In every Jugc Ralley had no vote In the Attorney W. S. Burcht who is ill; lines of trenches north of the Folic Her father died in Jnnuary, 1899. while the defendnnt wns represented fnrm, in the same section, under an Mrs. Alcorn's mother was Sophia tho. banking house. county In State and nation. This pa- matter. Ann Fox, daughter of William Fox Julius Roscnwnld, president of per wnnta to sec no one got into The regular allowance was made by Attorneys W. B. Hnnsfnrd. of irresistible attack. '. Crab Orchard, and Joseph E. RobinScars, Roebuck & Co., has notified trouble. It is just as friendly to tho for paupers. Reports that German ngents arc and Sophia Irvine Fox, of Somerset. The children who survive Mrs. Althe American Jewish Relief Commit- mnn from Germany as it is to him Dr. J. G. Carpenter, president of son, of Lnncastcr. The defense offer- working in Southern States, particu tee that he will give $1,000,000 to who .was bom under tlic stars nnd th'c Honrd. 6f Health of Lincoln ed no testimony and no speeches larly in the tobacco and cotton belts', corn nre: Mrs. J. N. Saunders, Missfeed and clotho Jewish war sufferers? stripes, to long as he is a good citi- County, asked an increase of his sal- were made. to incite negroes against the United es Kate, Pattie and Sophie Alcorn, O. D. Jones, of Lexington, this zen. Its mission is to give news nnd ary of $150. per year, but the memStales Government, were confirmed and Kindrick S. Alcorn. Maggie AlStatu, arrested al Pomona, Cal., on do nil the good it can. It feels that bers of the fiscal court declined to WONT SPEAK HERE MONDAY by Government officials at Birming corn died in her infancy and Miss Hon. II. Clny Kauffman, Garrard's ham the charge of kidnapping two Cin- it Is Its mission to wnrn wherethere grant the raise. and in Louisiann and Mississip Mary Alcorn, who married G. T. . Representative in the General As- pi- Lackey, died July 19, 1903. cinnati Votiths, attempted to end hll is danger. It proposes to do its duty sembly, and candidate for Senator, e She had been life In his cell at Los Angeles by member of tho WITH THE CHURCHES. now becnusc it believes there's danTho sinking of n German submawrites this paper that he will not be rine which fire to his clothes. ger ahead for those who speak irrevattacked their ship nircty Presbyterian church for 30 years. The members of the Shawnee here Monday, and hence of course, miles off Quccnstown, Citizens of Chattanooga, In mass erently or act with impetuosity. Run Baptist church, in Mercer, will Ireland, was Previous to that she had declared her will make no speech. This paper anmeeting assembled, adopted resolu reported by officers of a British faith under the preaching of Rev. meet Saturday to call a pastor in nounced several issues ago that the steamer on arrival nt St. Johns. N. B. George O Barnes. She was intensely tions pledging' their spport to the EASTER SERVICES M. E. CHURCH place of Rev. W. D. Moore, who recandidates for Senator would open government. One. clause of tho resoThe Belgian steamer, Trevier, interested in her church nnd gave Spccinl Ewter services will be held cently resigned nftcr a pastorate of the campaign here court day. Mr. lutions rends: "From now on there at M. E. church South, Sunday at twenty-fiv- e with a cargo of Belgian relief sup- liberally of her time and means for years. Kauffman writes that in the first are only Americans nnd traitors." without its furtherance. the morning hour, 10:45, the followRev. J. J. Rice, who has served as place he thinks it too soon to begin plies, has been torpedoed count-rooMrs. Alcorn was csneeinllv inter Drawing n revolver In the warning off the coast of Holland, ing, program will be rendered: pastor of the Presbyterian church spenking nnd secondly he has duties nrilanford, Cal., ! P. De'nny," ested in all matters pertaining to the The crew was saved. Organ Voluntary nt NichMnsvillc for five yenrs, has re- at Frankfort to perform and must business man, . shot and killed British and French troops closing cause of the South, and had been Cnngregntlonal Hymn 1C0 signed, his resignation to take effect be there to nttend to them. Both George, Meadows, K. T. Copper, nn on St. Quentin have taken additional since its organization, president of Anthem June 1. The new church, which has Messrs. Jay Harlan and J. R. Mount, the local U. D. C. chapter. She was attorney, nnd a third min named Apostle's Creed been erected at a cost of $20,000, the other candidates for Senator, had villages and points of support Jrom AVfley Denny than ran Into the the Germans. Attacking on a front distinctly Southern nnd there wero Prayer will be dedicated in May. told the I. J. that they intended to street, where ho wai shot dend by a more than eight miles in length, south none who loved the "Lost Cause" First Scripture Christian Church. Regular services speak here, nnd what change Mr. and southwest constable. of the harassed Ger more than she. Gloria Patria Sunday, April 8th. Sunday School at Knuffmnn's declinntion to ncquiecc man stronghold, Funeral sen-icewill bo held nt The Oliver Referendum Hill, hav-in- g the French troops, Second Scripture 10 o'clock; Preaching at in-4The will bring about remains to be seen. been passed by the Kentucky Chorus, "Lord Triumphant" Choir Attendnnce Campaign with Somer- Monday promises to be n liig day in notwithstanding stubborn resistance the late home on Danville avenue at 3:30 Saturday afternoon by her pasby the Germans, everywhere Senate, jjow requires only the signaAnnouncements and Offering set with start, Sundny morning nnd it Stanford, with county court and the with success, taking strongly-organize- d met tor, Dr. P. L. Bruce, after which the ture of Gay. Stanley to make it a Solo . Miss Ycnger is desired that all members of the annual horse show. positions nnd villages, among remains will be laid by the side of law. A Conference Committee's reEaster Address Rev. Wclburn Sunday School make an effort to be port relative to a compromise on the them Dalon. about two miles south those of her husband in Buffalo Doxology nt Sunday School nnd bring gome one SUNDAY NEXT IS EASTER west, and Giffecourt, two miles south Springs cemetery. Tax Commission Rill will bo concur"At the evening hour 7:30, the fol- with them if possible. This campaign Sunday next is Easter. Are you of the town. The removal of Mrs. Alcorn from in by both houses, it is exported. lowing: red will last ten weeks. ready for it? Have you a new hat or Congress will face the task short earthly scenes is a distinct --loss in Thc Pickett Hunk Deposit Hill, Orgnn Voluntary Presbyterian Church Good Friday dress for the day? Well, the Interior ly of raising providing for a State tax on $3,000,000,0000 to the community. She was foremost ip Easter Chorus Choir each $100 for money on deposit in Hymn No. 03 1 Congregation Service this evening at 7 o'clock. Journal hopes you have both and meet the initial expenses of Unjted every good work; a friend to tho "The Meaning of tho Cross." Sunday thnt you will have a perfect day to States participation in war. Ineomos poor and needy nnd a very present banks, was passed in the Sonnto by a Prayer vote of 27 to 0. The principal quesChorus "Hall to the Risen Jesus" April 8 Sunrise Ehster service at wear them. The good women look and excess profitsjprobably will bear help to those in trouble. She was a 0 o'clock; Sunday School at 9:55; forward to Easter as does the child the burden. It is planned to tion to be answered was whether the lower model wife and mother nhd her homn Choir The Communion nt 11; C. E. Meet- to Christmas. It is the time of all to the exemption on incomes of unmar life was beautiful. The home is made banks may and shall charge the Scripture ing at 0:30, "The Significance of wear the newest nnd the best, nnd ried men to $1,000 and married men desolate by her taking nway; her amount of tho deposit tax to the acSolo "Life in Morning" Evening thcy will do so, it matters not the to $2,000 and double the rate. Enster," 1 Cor. 15: children and loved ones are crushed counts of Individual depositors. The Rev. W. I). Wolburn Service nt 7 o'clock. A cordinl wel- cobt. Thnt the coming Easter may Most of the pacifists vho went to by her removal. May a good God ' bill, as passed by the Ilous.o, provided Announcements lie the brightest and happiest of all Washington under the guidance of give them strength to benr tho Imr. come to all services and meetings. that tho tax may be deducted by the Sextette "Hosnnnn to Jesus" The Executive board of the South that have come and gone is the wish the Emergency Peace Federation to den nnd cause them soon to rc'alizo banks, but competition would force Mesdames Harris, Bryant. District Association of Baptists met the "homo paper" nnd the writer of protest against war returned to their that their loss is her eternal gain. the bankers to pay the tax themWnltor, Miss Straub, Messrs at the Baptist church here Tuesday of this paragraph. homes, convinced that their efforts selves, it is believed. Hryant and Raney. and transacted gome important bus' were useless. Headquarters of the CAPITAL HOTEL BURNS Sermon Rev. W. D. Welburn Among those who were present PATRIOTIC AND U. S. FLAGS FLYING federation were raised several times Frank C. Dudlev, of Fairmount. W. The public is cordially invited to ness. e The patriotic nnd were: Dr. F. W. Eberhnrdt, of "Old Glory" floats from the post- - attend both services. by citizens and guardsmen who de- Va., a newspaper man is dead as tho Dr. Athey, of Harrodsburg, firm of Phillips & Phillips is giving manded that the place be closed. ofllce, the Masonic Hall nnd from n result of fire that destroyed the his Mr. J. T. Wilson, of Hnrrodsburg, to nil who call a tiny silk U. S. flag, number of tho business bouses. Tho Removal of Senntor Stone from toric Capital Hotel, in Frankfort TO LECTURE ON FARMING Rev. Adkins, of Perryville, Rev. which is worn on the lapel of the the chairmanship of the Sennte Com- yesterday afternoon. Among tho Masons bought a handsome Hag and Thomas H. Collins, district agent Brandenburg, of Hustonville, Rev. coat. On St. Patrick's day Uiey had floated it to the breezes Wednesday. mittee on Foreign Relations wns de- many who had narrow escapes from in farm demonstration work, will Mnhon, of Gnrrard, Dr, O. E. Bryan, everybody wearing shamrocks at manded by citizens of Mt. Sterling, Just below the ling is a pendant speak the suffocation and injury wero nt the court-hous- e hero Mon- of Louisville. Reports were received their expense. These young men are In mass meeting bearing tho letters "F. & A. M." assembled. Lieut. Gov. Jnmes D. Black and day nt 1 :30 o'clock. Mr. Collins, who from the various churches nnd an hard to beat when it comes to pro- 3Iany of tho more patriotic are wearmembers of his family, Rcpresenta- is a successful Madison county far- especial campaign in the interest of gresslvcness, but the wonder to the ing tiny lings in their lapels. War FLAG FOR EACH SCHOOL will have something of inter- mission work was set f.or this month. writer is how they happen to Uiink talk is almost tho solo topic of con- mer Superintendent Gnrland Singleton and the Courier-Journcorrespondest to tell tho people nnd u good au- Considerable routine work gone of nil these things nnd nt the same versation and much talk of organizai dience should greet him. "Uncle through with. Dr. Early tells the I. J. time keep their store looking so has received from Superintendent of ent, tion of u company hero is indulged Snm" is doing nil in his great power that it was n fine meeting nnd thnt spick nnd span. The Phillips brothers Public Instruction V. O. Gilbert, a This fire is but nnother reminder in. to promoto forming interests and is much good, he believes,' will result arc n hustling pair and they arc as copy of the Senate resolution passed of tho necessity of carrying an in on March 30th, requesting tho surance policy. It Is safe to say having Mr. Collins deliver his lecture from it. Ho regrets that more of his clever as they arc energetic. that NEW GILCHER OPENED Boards of Education nnd County the Capital Hotel was well in every county in his district. It is members did not take advantage of insured. The new Gilrher hotel was formalSchool superintendents to purchaso Tnke care of your property by hav-- . FISH GETS THE "DOPE" ly opened to the public Tuesday nt hoped thnt the farmers of Lincoln the opportunity to 1iear the several sufficient United Stntes flags to have ing county will take up the matter nnd interesting talks made. Jesse D. Wearen, the Stanford Tho Louisville papers of Wednesschool-hous- e Danville, More than threo thousand give ono for each and have Insurance, write you a policy on It.'- Mr. Collins n respectful hearing. day tfll of Deputy Collector W. S. citizens visited the establishment the flags hoisted ns soon as possible. Fish seizing a largo lot of "dope" in Sprain And Strains Relieved during the nfternoon and evening MRS. W. O. MULKEY DEAD. Sloan's Liniment quickly takes the that city. The package had been sent Attorney General M. M. Logan has Bad Cough? Feveriih? Grippy? and were more than delighted with You need Dr. King's New Discov- pain out of strains, sprains, bruises to a Louisville party from Memphis ruled that the purchaso and raising The remains of Mrs. W. O. Mulkey, tho beauty nnd convenience of tho ery to stop thnt cold, tho 'soothing and all muscle soreness. A clean, clenr of tho flags may bo legally paid out building and furnishings. The build- balsam ingredients heal the ivritatcd Mquld easily applied, it quicklv pene- and Mr. Fish got wind of it. He fol- of tho county school fund, and Su- whose death occurred at Osceola, without rubbing. Sloan's Lini- lowed the delivery wagon to 1531 perintendent Singleton will nt once Arkansas, wero brought to tho homo ing throughout hnd been artistically membranes, soothe the sore throat, trates docs skin or clog Crop street, where it was delivered not stain germ ment the antiseptic qualities of her mother, Mrs. Bettie Miller, in decorated and presented a most and your cold is quickly kill the Dr. the pores like mussy the plasters or oint- and there took charge of it. The box procure the flags and see that they Danville, where the funeral was relieved. charming appearance. King's New Discovery has for 48 ments. For chronic rheumatism aches float from every common school years been tho standard remedy for nnd pains, neuralgia, gout and lum- contained mnny bottles of morphine. building in Lincoln county. Mr. Gil- preached Monday by Drs. Horace Kingsbury, of Danville and F.FM. bago hnve this remedy roughs and colds in thousands of CLEAR YOUR SKIN IN SPRING bert writes Mr. Singleton, ns follows: tho pains of grippe and STOILEFT OVER COUGHS Tinder, of Lancaster. The burial oc Spring houso cleaning means homes. Get n bottle today nnd hnve i hnndy. For strenuous work, it gives is logical nnd fitting that we will "It Dr. Bell's cleaning insido and outside. Dull it hnndy in your medicine chest forj following curred at Lancaster. Mrs. Mulkey is "pimply skin is on nftermath of win- coughs, colds, croup, grippo nnd nil quick relief. At all druggists, 25c. stop that hacking cough thnt lingers school people should bo first in patri- survived by her husband and three, your drugprecept, but exter inactivity. Flush your Intestines tironcnial nllections. At The soothing pine otism, not only by children. She was related to tho Un-d- et from January. ADVOCATE DEAL OFF with n mild laxativo and clean out gist, 50c. ample. Our country nevds us. The woods of this county and wus u Tho deal of W. O. Mclntyro for balsams loosen the phlegm, heals the the accurelated wastes, easy to tal'c, which our fathspirit of freedom for DR. CASEY COMING HERE they do not gripo. Dr, King' New most excellent woman. snlo of his interest in the Kentucky irritated membrane, the glycerine reers died Is at stake. Let us as n Dr. J. M. Casey, the Life fills will clear your 'complexion Advocato to W. V. Richardson hns lieves tho tender tissues, vou breathe meet tho obligation fully, nnd Brighton your eye. Try Dr. veterinarian, will locate in Stanford GARDEN SEED and coughing ceases. Don't Klnfrs New Life Pillt tonlpht nnd next week for tho practice of his pro- been called off and W. O. Mclntyrc easier a lingering cough, it is dan- even to the death." Congressman Harvey Helm has neglect will remain with the Advocate in tho throw ofT the sluggish wintor shell. y is gerous. Dr. Bell's Pino fession. Dr. fnsoy has been very suc- future as in tho past. sent the Interior Journal a sack of. At druggists, 25c. antiseptic and pleasant to take, benAUTO SERVICE anywuero; day garden seeds which may be had. by cessful In his practice and will doubtefits young and ol, gal it at your or night; reasonable prices. Call Let the I. J. supply you with en less do well hero. At present he is those who call. Only one nackaira Monday it county court day. Drop druggist today. Formula on the lot-ti- phone 234. graved cards. T. II. Eads. located in Danville. will be given to ono person.' . 25c. In any tee about your I. J. kiiA S JL IN ACT AND SPEECH n pre-ser- LEVY FIXED AT SOe. At Ihe meeting of the fiwal court Tuesday JadJraBai!ejr and Magistrates Duddcfar, Helm and Pctrey wero present,. Magistrate Camden, of tbo Wnyncsburg district failing to answer rojl call. The county levy was fixed at 50c nnd Is divided ifs follows: '23 1.4 for general maintaining nnd keeping In rcpnir turnpikes nnd county roads; 18c for general expenses; 1 -le for pnylng Interest on courthouse bonds; 3c for sinking fund for court-hous- e bonds; 2 to crcato sinking fund to mature old turnpike bonds; for interest on turnpike bonds; 1 for grading the Waynesburg and Somerset pike. A school tax of 15 cents for nonresidents of graded school districts COUNTY 11- -lc 3-- lc- MARSHAL i Marshal James Poyntor, bo-fo- n-.- fl e, - . set-tin- 3" ' m s 10-cc- ' 50-5- WIDE-AWAK- E Dnn-vill- e, wide-awak- al jrd T well-know- n well-know- Ken-tuckia- Tar-Hone- e, 14-4- A f -- V , w f Page Two v C--f The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: 4 Friday, April 6, 1917 Boyle County Auto and Sup- ly Company i JUNCTION CITY , Mrs. Pet Epperson, of Dayton.O., Is hero with licr parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. R. Kelley. Mr. D. A. Young, of Lexington, Is the guest ofnl'rof. nnd Mrs. Grubbs ! Trustees Lincoln County. Schools, 1317 Graded this' week. Mr. G. D. McCoIlum, of the'Mc- Collum Hotel, 'took dinner Sumlny with friends ntthc home of his old school mate of 'ref . L. Grubbs. The Boyle County Modern Wood 0. L. Peony, Stnnford. W. II. McKlnney. Stanford. J, L. Beniley, Stanford W. J5. Shnnks, W. 0WnlkT, Stanford. Stanford. J. F. Stampor, Wnvnesburg. A. B. Margsn, Wsynwburg. E, I. Gadbcrry, Wnynesburg. W. B. Smith, Kings Mountain,- . Ed Murphy, Kings Mountain. (!. A. Wnlters, Kings Mountain. Morris Wall,' Kings Mountain. . G. I). Lnswcll, Kings Mountain. , .! i Open Day and Night Walnut, Bet. 4th & 5th Danville, Ky. Walnut, Bet. 4th & 5th Amorlcndclegnte8 mot "Wed nesdny, April Jth nt r P. M nt neighbor, E. R. Galbroath's store nnd selected E. It. 'Onlhf entli ns del egnto nnd W. M. ltnucom its niter. nntc to the state camp at Dawson Springs, Mny 2nd. Word hns been received from d Frankfort, thnt n bouncing boy, Sterling O'Brien, arriv ed nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Martin, Mnrch 25th. Mother nnd baby are doing well. Grnndnin E. II. Burke arrived home from Miami, Fin., last Thurs day night, niter spending some months In thnt w.lrm climnte. While there she saw Capt. Chns. II. Thomp fish, 45 feet long, mnmmoth son's weighs .10,000 pounds, anil wns captured in n 30 hours' figttt in June 1911! with five, hnrpoons and 150 buliets. Just n short time before ij. It had swnllowcd a wns captured man-o- f nine-poun- Clarence L. Rankin, Stnnford. Fred VonGruenignn, Stnnford. . Barney Davis, Stanford. ' Alfred Farmer, Stanford. M. C". Floyd, Stanford. W. II. Boone, Stnnford. , W. M. Mnthcny. Stnnford. O. D. Murphy, Stanford. , . R. C. Duddcrar. Stnnford. J. L Wilmott, I.nncnstcr. W. H. Hester, tanenstrr. Kenlcy Unstin, Stnnford. Graded II. G. II. II. W. E. J. II. J. II. Skltvs. Crnb Orchard. Bronnugh, Crnb Orchard. Willis. Crab Orchard. Kdmiston, Crnb Orchard. Rural Dl. No. W. M. Rogers. Hubble. ' 1 Perkins. Crab Orchard. 1), Hogur, Wnynesburg." . Lester Este, Eubnnkl. JcmIo Williams, Eubnhks. Vernon Smith. Eubanks. W. T. Sims. Wnynesburg. O. F. Woodle, Kings Mountain. W. M. Lojig, Stnnford. Ky. J. W.. Young, Wnyncburg. Nathan Hall, Wnynesburg. M. D. Walls, Wnynesburg. A. K. Singleton, Wayncsburg. Milton Warren, Wnynesburg. II. W. Cnrter. Wnynesburg. Marlon Douglas, Wnynesburg. J. M. Padgett, Wnynesburg. Gradrd James Depp, Hustnnvile. Jno. B. Riirr.'Hustonvillc. 0. i -- p 1,500-roun- d j blnck fish. Just Opened and Ready for Business Your attention is invited to the completeness of our house. We can supply you with the auto and all of its equipments. MR. BRISCOE CONN Miss Stelln Hourne lost last week between the schoolhouse nnd II. C. Catron's store a corset cover with a crochet needle and fillet work nnd a vino of rose crocheted through it. Finder please return to her nt Alum Springs or nt school. Prof. Jordon Mayes closed his school at Sheiby City Friday, March ' 30th. Mrs. James D. Shelby wnrin Lex- ingt'on last week to visit the schools of that city to see their methods o'f instruction in music. Mrs. Chloc Murphy was sick last week. . Rural Div. No. 2 Jas. Thompson, Crab Orchard. Jackson Snylor, Crab Orchard. E. L. King, Crab Orchard. J. II. Blanton, Crab Orchard. G. P. Hondrickson, Crnb Orchard. J. II. Brown, Crab Orchard. W. E. Harness, Crnb Orchard. F. M. Dcnson, Crnb Orchard. Juhii .rufcr, Crnb Orchard. Wm. Lnndgraf, Wnynesburg. Henry James, Stnnford. Joshua Wilson, Stanford. Elias Griffin, Crab Orchard. Joseph Emberger, Crab Orchard. Graded R. Y. Rnllard, Wayncsburg. J. M. Reynolds, Wnynesburg. Niithnn George Tucker, Hustonvlllc. A. J. Wvddle, Hustonvillo. Rural DIr. No. 4 Denhnm, Hustonville. W. Moore, Hustonville. Clay Snow, Arobln. R. McGufTey, Hustonville J. W, Hughes, McKlnney. C. G. ) Hicks, Husttxvville. J. 1 M. K. Wm. McCormack, Stanford. John Cnmcnisch. Stanford. C George W. R. Goode. Morclnnd. Wm. Ellis. Morcland. CofTey, North, hustonville. Stnnford. .1 ! Chris Dricsler, Morclnnd. C Singleton, McKlnney. George Montgomery, Hustonville. John Scarbrough, Arnbln. G. Singleton, Superintendent, - Stanford, Ky. 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 andr accommoda"- - ting. MR. RAYMOND SCROGHAM is our Vulcanizer, and when this is said, all that is necessary is said. He's an expert, as the autoists know. MR. RUSSELL COSBY 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 please and satisfy you. A trial will convince you. The Nnvy Department of "Cincinnati, has written Prof--. E. L. Grubbs to 'send it names of young men between ages of 17 nnd 30 for naval recruits of which our navy needs 25,000 now. Rev. Ernest Ford, of Lexington, will meet the workers of the Christian church nt Mrs. S. W. Burke's Satur day night. Mr. J. M. Abbott nnd wife, of Pnrksville, were up last week to sec their daughter, Miss Mary Abott. The names of James Cromwell Reynolds and Miss Dorothy Rebec' ca Ellis were ndded last week to the cradle rool of the Christian church. Cntron, S. W Messrs. Stanley Rurke, Jr., nnd Clyde Clem have be come expert hemp breakers on Sat urdays, for Mr. Chas. Caldwell. Logan Rurkett, Tom Rlankenship and Albert Crabtree have tried their muscle on the hemp brakes lately. Mr. W. M. Trosper bought of Mr. Pipes, of Perryville, a fine Dodge auto. Mr. John Kilgallin, of Alliance, 0., came here Sunday to see u mighty fine Senior girl. Miss Mayme Williams, of Danville, arrived Saturday to be the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Williams. Dave Will Iny. Floyd Abbott, Westerfield and Misses Gertha Iiy and Bertha Abbot, of PnrksviHe, were here to sec Miss Mary Abbot Sunday. John McGraw, of Oklahoma City, Okla., wns among relatives and friends here this week. John is getting rich out West. Mrs. Snllie Wright nnd dnughter, Mrs. W. M. Raucom were guests of Mrs. Rates at Danville this week. Mr. W. M. Raucom and Judge Louis Kricncr nrc getting up a troop of cavalry hero to join the Danville boys. Phillips, Ollie Blanche Misses Looney, Tillie Moore nnd Dot Lane, of Danville, came out last Thursday night to our local school mlnlstrcl and box nnd pie supper. Prof. E. E. Bratchcr, of the Science Hill School, wns hero recently to confer with Vrot. Grubbs nbout Mississippi Farm' Lands For Sale Good Quality Terms Easy . A trip through different sections of the State of Mississippi and an observation of agricultural conditions thcro has convinced me that it is the place at the present time to secure the best land values nt the lowest prices from $5 to $50 per acre, some of them near a city, with six trunk line railroads; nnd as large as .Lexington. Kentucky, whero Innds nrc selling at $300 per acre by those seeking homes or investments in good farming lands'. Believing thnt it would be of mutual mfvnntngn nnd prdfit to those seeking hemes or investments in farming Tnnds, nt lower prices than nre possible in this section of Kentucky, where land values have advanced beyond the reach of the farmer of moderate means, I have associated myself with several responsible gentlemen in the state of Mississippi nnd am in position to offer some very nttractive propositions to those scrking .Investments of this character, on easy terms, aided by the "Federal Farm Loan Act." These lands, due to the short winter season, and long grazing periods ure especially adapted to stock raising nnd diversified farming: aro well located ns to churches, schools, shippin gnoints nnd mnrkets; aro situated on improved highways nnd nrc well watered, either by streams or artesian wells. Almost every chnrnctcr nnd kind of crop that can bo raised in Kentucky can be raised profitably in Mississippi. Cheap railroad rates for can be obtained by those desiring to look the situation over, 'I shall be pleased to give further information to nny one who is sufficiently interested, thnt will call to see me or write to me nt Stanford. HARVEY IHOLM. home-seeke- 4 1 . i THE FOLLOWING IS A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF A FEW TYPICAL TRACTS OF LAND FOR SALE: Trad No. 1 2300 ncre stock farm. 9 miles from Jackson, Capitil d of the State, on Q. & C, Ry., under cultivation, bnlancc timber nnd nasturo lands, 10 tenant houses, mostly fenced, recently voted bonds for pikes, which will bo In county thnt has constructed very close to this tract. Price $12.50 per ncre. No. 2. 021 acres, 3 miles from county sent of 6,000. inhabitants on n good grnvel road, largo portion under cultivation, balance is splendid pasture bind, watered by creeks nnd ponds, nice dwelling with modern improvements nnd number of tenant houses. Price $30.00 per acre. No. 3 1G75 ncres, two miles from Capital, 700 acres under balance fine pasturage, running snrings, Inrge dwelling but in need of repair, with probability of pike passing immediately in front of it. Price $15.00 per ncre. No. 4. 1235 ncres, 8 miles from Capital, eight room residence, large barn, 10 tenant houses, plenty of water, well fenced, one-ha- lf gravel road, undulating, nil except 60 acres under milu from cultivation. Price $20.00 per acre. No. 5. 1,000 acres, on Q. & C. Ry., 3 miles from shipping point, halfway between nckson and Vicksburg, two of the lnrgest cities in State, 400 acres under cultivation, bnlancc pusture and timber. Two manager's houses, and four tenant houses. Price $20.00 per acre. ' one-thirlot-uteculti-vntion, A Boyle County Auto & Supply Company JOE WOLF, Manager a Lyceum Course for the Junction City school this fall and winter. Mrs. Mnrv Francis Wells has returned home from and nil winter stay with her dnughter, Mrs. Georgia Throgmorton at Louisville. Mrs. Jennie C Grubbs goes to State College at Lexington April 9th g to take a two weeks' course in Club work. Mrs. Georgo Chrismnn nnd Mrs. Bradshaw and babies, of Danville, were here Friday night on their way to liowen, to see Mrs. D. B. Fox. Mr. Kinder Fox, nnd Miss Betty Nicholson, of Morcland, run ofT to Jellico from the Junction City Pie Supper Thursday night nnd were married. They aro each only 10 years old. The groom is the youngest son of Mr. D. R. Fox, Sr., nnd the brido the granddaughter of Mr. Josh .Myers. They will livo nt Mr. Fox's and Kinder will run the farm. Cnn-nin- SEED OATS We have the Northern white recleaned natural seed oats. By natural, we mean the oats are not clipped or bleached. J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, . Ki , TUCKY ' CASH for ACCOUNTS R. M. NEWLAND Bit Walnut Street, Between 4th and 5th Danville Kentucky Wo get you cash on Recounts, Notes, Headquarters for Claims, by collecting quickly anyF. C. Horton, of Letcher county, where in United States. Collection FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE was appointed assistant mine inspec- guaranteed or no charges. : : : : : tor by Gov. Stanley to succeed J. W. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Phone 168 and 45. StanforJ, Ky. Reed, resigned. Somerset, Ky. r i23X2 . SagaafaV.11 ml ii Ml Bjaaes rfi m " Thenterior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, April c ) I 6, 1917 Page Three ffr HMdquartrs for PROGRAM . AMERICAN FENCE .... .;. ' Missionary and Educational Institute WILL BE iIeLD AT THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, STANFORD, BEGINNING APRIL 10th The Meetings Wltl Be Held Each Day Throughout the Week, 3i30 P. M. and 7l30 P. M. The Following Subject! Will Be Discussed Tuesday Afternoon and Evening Sundny Schools, Teacher Training and Equipment, by Rev. W. L. Brock, Stato Sunday School Secretary. Wednesday Afternoon and Evening Young Pooplo's II. Y; P. U. Training ind Methods, by Mr. C. S. Leavclt, Specialist. Thursday Afternoon and Evening j . "Keywords of Success in Missionary Conquest," by Rev. F. ' Pastor First Baptist Church, Danville. FANCY a .. L.. : "" """" PMM T WMW L - . .., " ' Seed Corn Northern Grown $2.50 Reid's Yellovy Dent, bushel, 2.50 Boone County White, bushel, 2.50 Johnson County White, bushel, Sample on request. Freight Paid. Soy Beans, Cow Peas, Cane Seed, Seed :j!:EEEEEEEEEEEEEE:i:: """ Mi mmm " "" HM "T HMk " """ HW MM IMM H Sjaaaeaai "" VMM """ hr Kadt) of !afjj,atrong, a ttool wire, heavily galv&uizad. Amply prsraiM for expansion and contraction, Is practically strain ewrlftstfftK. Never goea wrong, no matter how great ia pat on it. Doee not matiUto or injure atock. hlgh-grad- if Friday Afternoon an'd Evening wu, iinptist urpnans liome, ny w. m. mailings, uoorgciown. Christian, Education, by Kcv. M. H, Adams, i'resuicnt ocorgciown College. MPW Cttnf MTMt, MgS tWi EVERY RO manuUctvrcTt. and pwrantecd by tuc GUARANTEED by Call and ace it. Wo can how you liovr It will a lavcyuaanosieyatKl fcuoe tout fields sotiscy will stay fenced. -- a rljl 2C Saturday Night and Sunda The Budget and fissions, by Rev. E. O. Bryan, or V. D. Powell, , Secretaries Of the Stnto Mission Board. dp'on to all, and members of the other churches These meetings will be are cordially Invited to attend them all. THAT BACKACHE SPELLS DANGER . ' SEE- CRAB ORCHARD GEORGE H. FARRIS FIELD SEEDS Seed Com, White and Yellow; Clover, Timothy, chard Grass, German Millet Seed, Etc Or- Arery's Entire line of Farming Implements THOMAS' MOWER , Feed Corn, Mill Feed, Etc All Kinds, of Building Material. We carry Full Stock of Above The Junction Phone 17 and 21 City SatorporaMd Lumber Co. Junction City, Ky. F-E-E-- D-S Wc arc Headquarters for PURINA FEEDS PURtNA BAIRY FEERS Mont Milk. PURINA MOLASSES JHORSE FEED Mora Vim. PURINA FATENA MOLASSES CATTLE FEED More Fat. PURINA PIG CHOW Created Hog Gnw.r. t These Feeds are giving tln belt result possible, riwa your 'today. Said only ly or-d- er Stock Pea Phone No. T. W. JONES 1 Residence Phase Nn. 17C 1 Look At Our 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. i W. H. HIGGINS Main Street Stanford, Ky. THE UNIVERSAL CAR In the scale of advancing business costs, Ford travel continues thu same positive economy. City and country salesmen, manufacturers, merchants, professional men every demand for motor car transportation is satistied In the Ford car at about two cents a mile to oporatu and maintain. Over 1,750,000 Ford cars aro mnkiiiK performance and profit overy day. Runabout Touring Car $300. Coupelet $505, Town Car $595, Sedan $015 all f. o. b. Detroit. Place your order now. H. C. Anderson, Agent , Stanford, Ky. Steele & Burton, Agents J TIflEHustonville, Ky. Chadwick has been visiting her sister, i Mrs. Fife at Action Today May Save Stanford Winchester. Mrs. James Manuel is quite sick. People Future Misery She has never been thoroughly well since undergoing an operation last A bad bnck Isn't n bad thins U It year. Louis Hunt hns been quite sick for serves n wnrnlng of hidden kidney disorders. Kidney diseases aro fright- - several days with measles. Mr, W. H. Higgins, of Stanford, fully common today. Wc o'cr-d- o so much. "Wc don't give the kidneys a was here this week to see his cousin, chance to rest un, and while n bad Mrs. Kate Egbert. Mr. James Rogers and family have bnck, some bladder disorder, an occasional dizzy spell or a persistent moved to the Pate Parrish farm on headache may "be the only outward the river. sign, the kidney1 trouble hnt is beMiss Irene Manuel is out again hind It all may lie overlooked or neg- after n severe attack of measles. lected. Put your signs to use. Take The friends of Mrs. Mollie Burgin them a warnings. Fight oft kidney will be glad to know she is again weakness. It takes only a slight kid- homo nt "Widow's Rest." ney disorder "to start n case of fatal Don't forget to donate nil the eggs Hrijrht's disease, from vhich 100,000 your hens lay on Easter unday to people die in the United States every the Ladies Aid of both churches year. Prompt treatment at first iere. Wc mean this for every one in that's nil thafs necessary to keep off our vicinity "having hens. (rrnvcl, dropsy, gout, heart trouble Beginning evening of on the or "Bright's disease. Use Doan's Kid- April 15th, there will be a week's ney Tills fhe oldest, the most widely meeting nt the Christian church conKidney ducted by our pastor. Rev. Pcrvis, uscB, the Pill. Forty thousand Americans rec- without any charge to the church for ommend them publicly. Here's ont "his sen-ice- . Everyone urgently re Stanford case- -. quested to attend. Mrs. Ii. L. Fagaly, I.ancnster St., Mrs. Kate Egbert, who was one of StanTord, says: "A htavy dull nche the members of the first Ladies Aid acrois my back bothered mo so 1 established at the Christian church could hardly "keep Koine; to do my here, read an interesting paper at housework. 1 "had nervous spoils and our last meeting which met with ami my kidneys Mrs. Cherry Monday. The first Aid dizzy headajhes too. Someone in was organized April 7. 1889 with acted irregularly the family had ucd Doan's Kidney twenty oiglit members. OT that numPills so I Rot some at the New Stan- ber only four are left bere at this ford Ifrup; Co. They soon relieved time Mrs. Egbert, Mrs. "Emma Fnr- me of the backache ami other sijms ris, Mrs. Claudia Holman nnd Mrs. of disordered kidneys." Bcttic BuChanan. Death "has claimed Priet- COc, at all dealers. PotFt eleven and the rset are in distant dimply ask for k kidnrj' remedy states. Our present Aid numbers pet Dohn's Kidrny Pil. the same nearly forty members and is actively that Mrs. (Fajrnly had. Foster-Mil-buengnged each Monday afternoon do Co., Prorr., HufTalo, N. Y. 28-- 1 ing a big amount of fine work. Mrs. Tompkins nnd little son, of THEY MAKE IT DEFINITE Detroit, Iich., have returned home It is npparent that Messrs. La Fol- - nftor a pleasant visit to "Mrs. Frazier lctvj and Stone nre unwilling that Hurt. any pntriot, shall misundcTsUind just! Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Cummins nnd nd what children visited their parents, n how they aro actuated their label shall be in the pages of Bee Lick Sunday. history yet V be written. Stone begs Co). J. Ii. Willis is quite sick nt but to no tno springs. Besides other serious the question somewrmt, avail; while La Follmo will "be writ- - ailments ho has had carbuncles on ton dnwn in terms 'hich, cuuld he his neck and has suffered much with ho thnn now, might give him pause. tbvtn. The nctions of the obstructionists Mrs. Margaret Cover and Shirley, in the Sonate, however, will have no came over from Lexington Saturday STk'o upn their reputations. to ee Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cover, Congress and the Government Slave the latter having been quite ill for heurd thr claritm response of the some days. jieople "u the stvrn mtas- Maurice Perkins and Miss Bird uref war which now nre tains? tak Perkins went to Cincinnati this en; anil the people wiemsrtves soon week for their spring goods. will have too much to think of to be Mr. ami Mrs. Brack Gray, of Gar- wastbrs? time over these slatkers. j rard county, were here Wednesday La Toilette and Notris and Cironnn to consult Dr. Edmiston about Mr. cannot longer mislead forciRnen in Gray's condition. Ho will come to to the error of holding the United the sanitarium next week to be unStates n nation of pollronns. As a der the doctor's caro. There are 'sevmatter of fact, the belligerent coin- - eral patients already there. trios all are cursed with funatics and Dr. Henry Williams of Shtlbyville shirkers ns vfell as the United States; accompanied bis aunt, Mrs. Mollie nnd they regard the exhibition of the Burgin home nnd has arranged ev"little willful men" more in sym. erything for her comfort. He returnpathy than with criticism of the ed to his home Wednesday. grent nation which they disgrace. It We failed to mention '.lie burial is rather too late for them to dam- of Aunt Susan Jones, colored, who age us now. Louisville Times. d died Inst week. Shu yaa nicciy for burial and many of her RUSSIA'S ROYAL FAMILY white friends regretted her death. A summary of the cost of Tho Circle of the Lancaster Chris of the royal family of Rus- tian church entertained the "Martha sia has been mndc public for thu first Circle" of this city at Lancaster time. It shows that more than Wednesday. n year wns made up by State Mrs. Mary Culton came from Lou contributions for the use of tho roy-a- l isville Wednesday and will occupy family. Among tho items are $000,-00- 0 rooms with Mrs. L. F. Jones until for nutos and carriages. her houso Is completed. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Ford, of Danville nnd Mrs. Harry Jones, of Stan, WEAK, AILING CHILD ford, were the guests of Dr. nnd Mndo Stroifg By Delicious Vinol Mrs. L. F. Jones Monday. Lakeport, N. II. "Our llttlo girl 8 Henry Brooks returned to Lebnn-o- n years of ago was In a debilitated, run Junction Tuesday, down condition and had a stubborn Miss Jewel Goodwin enlerlulncd a rough so site was weak and ailing all tho time. Nothing helped her until crowd at "500" Tuesday evening. Then her apiictlto wo trhd Vinol. A musical at tho home of Mr. and increased and fclio Is strong and well, and I wish other parents of weak, dclicato Mrs. Will Pcttus Tuesday evening children would try Vinol." Geo. A. In honor of Dr. Williams, of Shelby. COLUNB, ville, was much enjoyed by those This is because Vinol contains beef present. . peptones, iron and cod Miss Mclsadic m AiiK-ricnpro-paremain-talnnn$20,-000,0- Send a Dollar Bill And receive FOUR POUNDS of the BEST COFFEE you ever drank. Whole, . Ground or Pulverized. Garden Seed All Varieties In Bulk, at Saving Prices. Write for List. 7f)f)tf&wJfunKie' J Covington, I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL : : : : : Kentucky i f3BB W vJgflgV gc aLaagagBgagaHsaaW gSBBpijAiBgagagaeaEfftagagaBal Red Blooded Americanism Coming to the Front Right now this country is calling for men of stout hearts and sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphunt and utn sullied in the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nothing efte could do, the importance of good health, both ns an individual and national asLt. often emanating from this It gives point to the office, that everybody should guard their health as a priceless possession. When you find yourself running down and not cxne'tly keyed up to tho fighting pitch, as is the case with everybody sjt times, you ought to come to Nature's relief nnd take a course of n, Com-Cel-S- ar BUILDER AND SPRING TONIC IN THE WORLD (Legally guaranteed to satisfy you, or money back.) If you'll do that, you will not experience the discomfiture of being sent buck homo for lack of red blood when you answer the call of tho colors. sells at ONE Dollar for three boxes, legally guaranteed for stomach', kidneys, bowels, bladders and blood, ingestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOPE is best bor HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, 3 for 25c. Try our COWBOY LINIMENT, for all Pains, bruises, burns, etc. 25c, & COc bottles. R THE GRETEST SYSTEM THE LINCOLN PHARMACY, Stanford WEDDLE'S DRUG STORE, Hustonville Dakota Jack-White-M- oon and llwr and glycerowangaiuBu lu'ptouatc FOR SALE Nice baled hay. phosphates which tho needed. p Id Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky, Foster, Stanford. 27-2- J. B. Remedy Company 3729.3731 West Broadway I ouUville, Kentucky f . Page Four Interior Journal; Stanford, Kentucky: The u , ,, i . . . Friday, April 6. J 91 Zi ...-.,-.,. -- t 4 S The ulterior Journal Thats your E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright Dollar you earned tntirtl mt t Wrens' (ton ptitltfiet al BUnftri, AV at ma mHtir, Men's Dress it. YCfiBaVB -- iBaBaBa The man with money began putting 11.80 lirari a wrrk, pr Tfr rwlc a wf.lt, far B pionlhl , I. no Twin a wtk, for 6 montht f .75 , Twit a wtfk, for 8 monlht .40 Onct a wf.k. tlth.r lira, txr Tetr 1.00 Bnhttrlptloni in fiih In. adrtntt to all! pa- ptr (topi wh.n tln for which II li paid. It op Roth Subscription Rates SH0 ES wanrinrj rn rnKft on rnose neavv vvaim snues you have been wearing all winter. Summery days and spring weather call for NEW SHOES. We can 'fit vou and please you now. So .why Er kjTTI wbit untiUyour size and style may be fhov, rp TO RR NO CHEAPER. Our . showing of. Spring LOW AND HIGH SHOES in all the desirable shapes and shades is complete. I ml f ' m-TBf- IxM xslv. laVaV ""mmmmmmmmmmr fiim P in the Bank. Wilt... I.v. Who you earn f ets the money ,.,. st ' ; 'r . Interior J on rati li tnUorlt.d to mb-W- t tli followlnr ttndldtttt for o4 to the. prlmiry th Brit In Anroit, 1917. (Annmnrrmtnt fr for Mth county oSIc It ttO; for dlttrltt of. flee, $1S for tlty.or miglttrrltl office 15. No nnonnr.ni.nl will bo mad until fro It paid In adranee.) Th Political AnnouaceaienU. Pmxrtle H rpHE TIME HAS COME when you will be vl I For State Senator JAY W. HARLAN II. CLAY KAUFFMAN J. R. MOUNT. For Sheriff J. II. LIVINGSTON. M. S. BAUGHMAN. gtne-mmwmm- wiMA Many men tpend their money at fatt a, they make it and at the end of each year have nothing to (how for a whole year's work. If these men would say to them-selre"I will put some money in the Bank every time," and stick to their resolution to savej they would soon have a "NEST EGG" that will increase and grow and it will be the interest they take in making it grow that will do it. For Jailer W. S. BURCH W. B. HANSFORD For Repretentatire-t- II. G. SKILES. W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMER JOHN J. MOSER N. CASH W. S. DRYE. For County Judge M. F. NORTn. T. A. RICE For County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY.' cttrr Walk-Qve- rs and Nettletons You can't beat them; they look nice, they wear well; they feel good. We want to show them to you. For Attettor rftT M Start Put a Bank Account today. YOUR money in OUR bank. We pay three per cent interest. JOHN C. PEPPLES. For Magistrate lit DStt. J. T. DUDDERAR For Magistrate Huitonrille Diitrlct SAM M .OWENS. . J. mm ri y sit I The Lincoln County National Bank I "Corner Next to Court House" Stanford, Kentucky THE PRESIDENT'S MASTERLY MESSAGE ANNEX ICE ct CREAM PARLOR NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS We serve Shop-PerfeCream; Soda Water with pure fruit flavors. Call and see us. Adams Bros., POSTPONEMENT PROPOSED A movement to have the Confederate Veteran's reunion in WashingI I Hustonville ton during June, postponed for another year, has started in Memphis. Col. R. P. Lake, on the general staff of commanding officers, said he believes the railroads are likely to be taxed to carry war supplies, and again because attendance will be small on account of the present war crisis. CENT-A-WORO ADS (Ads hrre ar I mat a wora raen nine, csih ch luue.) with order; no a It" than 25c POSTED M. D. Elmore. FOR SALE Nice baled hay. J. B. p Foster, Stanford. " FOR SALE-- A thousand bale? of timothy hay. Sam J. Embry, Stan27-ford. DISC and Drag Harrows, 1 and 2 horse corn planters, walking and riding cultivators, at W. II. Higgins' It "" SALE hemp FOU Cultivated seed; 14 or 15 bushels; of good quality and clean. Walter Scott, Stanford, 28-- 1 Route No. 1. LOST One Gabriel exhaust horn for automobile, about three feec Ky. 23-t- f long. Reward if returned to C. P. WANTED to buy mares, geldings Dinwh'die, Moreland, Ky. and stallions by Bohemian King. Will " FOR SALE A used Overland uuy any age. write The Ulcnworth in first-cla- 'Farms, Burgin, Ky., or telephone automobile, condition. A bargain if sold nt 235 Danville exchange. Also want to farm a number of good registered once. Adams Br s IIunI'h villa. uStf mares to Bohemian King this season. 27-22t 28-2ss FOR SALE Corn. Mrs. John 28-- 2 Buchanan, Crab Orchard, Ky. hemp FOR SALE Cultivated seed, free of rape, grown in a county where hemp seed never was grown before. J. W. Badgctt, Stanford, Ky., 2Gtf Routp 4. LOST fn Hum. mviHe Tuesday 10 uuda, ecru, with yards of curtain e ion side and pir. ro ligure. apu-inted. Mrs. Smith 1 28-- lt Powell, Hustonville. CHOICE ENSILAGE SEED CORN grows 10 to 14 feet tall; yields as well or better than ordinary corn; have limited supply. Price $2.50 a bushel. Jones Baughman, Moreland. l"OR SALE I have for sale a lot of hemp seed. First-clas- s seed and you save the middle man's profit. See me at once. Call or phone J. W. Bryant at New Stanford Drug Co. 23-4- t. Phone 13. LOST between Stanford and Rowland, on Saturday, March 31st, a red hog, weighing about 135 pounds. A reward will be paid for the return of same to Nunnelley's stock yards. T. W. Jones, Stanford. 28tf HEMP TO BREAK Have 200 ncres yet in the field; have plenty of brakes. Men make as much as $G per day; will need good plow teams; will nay highest price; can board and house them. Josh Jones, Stanford, " Patient and long suffering even beyond human endurance almost over wrongs committed against this country and civilization generally, impervious alike to the criticisms of the jingoes and the appeals of the pacifists and imbued with the su preme desire of keeping this country out of war with Gcrmnny if with honor, his motives often impugned and his efforts maligned, President Wilson governed solely by patriotism and consecration to his country's service, finally made up his mind that indignities and insults had reached the limit and calling con gress into extraordinary session went before it nnd after reciting the crimes tha hae been put upon us in words that burn, asked the body to declare a state of war with Germany and give him every means necessary to bring it to early nnd successful conclusion. The masterly address, with its full recognition of the terrible consequences that hang on such a declaration, forgetful of self nnd ev ery other consideration but justice, Democracy and liberty, will rank as one of the world's greatest state pa pers and stamp the president as the grandest man that the country hns produced in this generation, if not in any generation. In both houses of congress following the night of the delivery of the message resolutions in conformity with the president's demands were introduced, but the foreign commit tee in the house not having,been fullv organized and the impious La e objecting to immediate consid eration in the Sennte, such action went over till Wednesday. We had hoped and prayed that this country would be spnrcd the horrors of war but since it seems that it it not to be, the whole people must stanil by the president and uphold his efforts, satificd that he will lend us in the pnths of right to victory anil lasting peace. There must be no divided nllegiance but unity of nc- tion, fixity of purpose and broad pa triotism must animate the breast of every man worthy the inheritance of the land of the free and the home of the brave, and our beloved country will maintain its renutation of nev er having known defeat. Fol-lett- McRoberts & Bailey iRAMMKaioubrAicfr. So great is the fear, which sctms on the soundness of the president's thnn we want to fight the German address, we nrc constrained to tho people, for whom all entertain the to be we" founded, that bridges nnd other property will be destroyed, that belief that tho strong arm of Sena- best feelings. As tho Courier-Journa- l' very aptly says: "The war which four companies of state guards have tor Lodge had much to do with Bann-wart- 's change of heart, to say nothing Impends is not ft war between the been called out (o guard them along-thline of the C. and O., whilo the of the change in his facial appear-anc- c, peoplfc of the United States and tho as the direct result of coming people oT Germany. It is a war be- state capitol and other public buildarc corfstnntly in contact with tho Senator's good tween the people of the United States ings at Frankfort right fist. and tho Hohcnzollcrns between the guarded. The country is in a state of peoplo of the United State and tho, war whether it is declared or not. Two women and one man are an- Hnpsburgs between tho principle of i nounced for superintendent The Georgia Legislature has tinnof Democracy and the principle of Ab-schools In Fayette county. 'The pres- solutism." ed the arnost stringent prohibition r, ent incumbent, Mrs. Nannie G. law ever enacted. Not a drop of liqwho desires to succeed herself, uor is permitted even for personal The senate passed the tax commis- use. This kind of bone dryness wont has held the office for several terms nnd made such a splendid record that sion bill but with n number of chang- suit the average prohibitionist, but it if there is any appreciation oF faith- es which will have to be agreed to by is the only way to enforce real proful services she will win hands down. the h'usc before it is ready for the hibition, as then no excuse can bo nd-signature. The adminis- vnnced for having liquor in one' Mrs. Faulconer, who was a .Miss governor's Gastineau, lived in Lincoln and Pul- tration forces have had n linn! fight possession. aski counties during her parents'-lif- but havu been victorious all along time nnd we therefore feel much line. The antts fearing that Gov interest in her success, espechilly ns Stanley will get the benefit of a lawl m mmHMmmuummmw m aV ihe has demonstrated that she is so that may lift the state out of debt, worthy of the honor she again seeks. have used every means to defeat the bill, playing politics when the highest We do not believe that the German consideration should have been for people want to fight us any more, the good of the debt burdened state , Faul-conej e e LrarrmjML m.j,j .IlPal W7 EWDYF'MR' n DAME FASHION DICTATO- Rseason's American Corset models are pronounced the most shapely that Dame Fashion has allowed for some seasons. These new American Lady Corset models, to a large extent, follow the natural lines of the figure, so that tjie woman is normally corseted. There are American Lady Corsets in an almost unlimited range of styles in front lace and back lace designs among them there is one or more models which will be perfect for "your" needs. Prices range Lady $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $5.00 PACK LACE THE V USE H. ft W. Pure Prepared Paint You protect your house against loss by fire with insurance why not protect it ugainst loss by other elements. Sun, rain and snow are just as destructive as fire H. & IV. PAINT is just as important as good insurance. Good paint, properly applied, improves theTappear-anc- c and prolongs the life of any building. You cannot afford to waste time and labor in applying cheap paint that will not cover as far and last as long as H. & IV. PURE PREPAREB PAINT. Has been sold right in your community for years. Ask your dealer about its quality and for names of property owners who have used our brand. ON SALE BY An unfortunate controversarv threatens to do much injury to that great institution of learning and Biblical teaching, Transylvania College at Lexington. A number of students join in a statement, which Is corroborated by at least one of the professors that several of the facultv have departed from the faith of the founders of the college and are heterdox in their views. They denv according to tho statement the inspiration of the Bcripturos, regard the first chapter of Genesis as n poem and name an unpronouncnble animal as the missing link of the human race. President Crossfield and the other members of the faculty Involved have issued a statement denv-in- g the charges and an investigation will likely follow. 2X " The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. When Alexander Bannwart, tho pacifist delegate who was knocked down by Senator Lodge in Washington City a few davs since, was In court ho stated that he hud been convinced of tho error of h's wnv bv the strong speech of President Wilson on the subject of war. That all may sound very well and whilo in no sense reflecting Just ask to see your model- -it will af ford you style, service and satisfaction SEVERANCE & SON nrv i1 x i ' t . t- "Pt i , - vV i Mhgfci IS..-'-jsj :'', . r .jEii ;:v - ',.."v. r a" - '.' r .':2... j'- -' v" , mm y rf . H x S . . ;i . Mr. J, W Powell tells us ihat a PLEASANT POINT M(m Ruth tirown has' purchased n hen on his place, laid four gi In his FARMS FOR SALE InIuRANCE codk stovo in ono day nnd on' the new piano, $. . followlhg day deposited eight eggs Mr. and Mrs'. Wesley Dastin hnvc Ihorc, This sounds a little, ''fishy,", moved to Cnscy county to mako their Lancaster, Ky, B SMfi. lbke Cms "Fair Off I n joined tha I've again will INsvsr-ARsi-anyihlnsrClub. but wo vouch for tho truthfumess of future homc.'Wc 'regretwevery much uso I)0 statement. Never to give, them' up, but hope our for .' Put corni but tHta-lt- and from 1 drop loss will be their gain. on, that secof tleta-I- t' to arrival. ond the corn begin MRS. SAUFLEY ENTERTAINED Miss Maymc Brown left'Thundny Mn. Robert C. Sauflcy made Mn. for Lexington to spend a few weeks Shclton Sauticy, a charming Ken- with her brother, Mr;. W. C. Brown tucky visitor, tho incentive for ".''de- and wife. lightful bridge Wednesday afternoon MJss Stella Walls is on 4hc sick I Oth is t her home on West Lynnwood list. . Utrech White Iris nnd ferns blended Mr. nnd Mrs. E. G. Gilliland have oe!uiiiuuy in carrying out a green purchased a hew cream separator and white decorative scheme. and arc go'ing into the dairy busiA charming nl fresco luncheon was ness. I will sell at auction at 10 A. M. on 7 sf .aaa'a'SaaaaBailP'jBaaa' given by Mn. J. II. Gillespie ThursMn. he Stull Is very sick. SATdRDAY, APRIL 14th day in compliment to Mn. C. R. News has Jicen received here that nt my home on Danville avenue, 3 Mv Hotchkiss of Jackson, Tenn. The af- Miss: Margaret Routcn, of Lexington, Stanford, nil my household nnd kitchfair took place at the Rosary and the formerly of this place, is improving en furniture; garden tools; one cross tables with, dainty decoration of mar nicely after nn operation. cut saw; one buck saw nnd numerous igolds and sweet alysum were bcau-- other things. One good Jersey milch 'Ob, Doa't Touch lit It'a !o floret" "iirtm.lf and It Will Never tlfully arranged in the nrtistic gar cow nnd calf. I He Bare den. Hridgc w:i a feature of the af Terms cash. A. C. CARMAN, Stan-forafetiatMrifl Instead of swelling up Ilka a little I AkHnjaH 4l AM nl m; 28-."" ") Ky. WH..I t .,.l Mill. while aponue Then It loosens from your too anil. Rlory halleluiah! the Mrs. Shclton Sauflcy, of Stanford, Bnd Fced Mill. Oil corn comr on as thoilpli you d take Kentucky and Mn. William C. Glllcs-- . Engine; mill building, 24x3G, three on your linrxll a plovo Oels-ltIs the corn iIIkcov-r- y Yes. floors; cngino room, 10x22; all in nle. Phoenix. Arizona. Gnzette. Is Mora Ylets-l- f of tho nife. good running order; close to rnilrond old by many times than any other II. C. BAUGHMAN, Ca.htar cojn remedy In oilstence. Try It ENTERTAINS DIXIE ROOK CLUlf nd good business. Apply to J. S. MOCKER, Preild.nl FARM LOANS nna you'll know tha reosort wnliy. It , On Thunday afternoon Mrs. E. T THE WAYNESBURG MILLING CO. tnkea two saronds to apply It, nnd C. HAYS FOSTER, Ant. Caihler S. T. HARRIS, WayncBburg, Ky. onrp. That' all Don't it drle at follow the efperlenca' Pence, Jr., was hostess to the Dixie Over 3 Million Loaned Through experiment "aets-lt- " tn!!!!n,flnd useeTeryfh're, o n Rook Club at her home on Hustoncf fjt-lt- " This Office W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. IWkfeeeper ' l sold vllle street. Tho house wtis beautifulImtlh1, or ent on rreript of price by 111. 1C Iiwruice A Co , Chicago, ly decorated in spring flow en. The Houses, Carriages, Auto painting and Fnstcr favors that were given were trimming such ns recovering tops, Sold in Stanford and recommendINSURANCE A doi'ciifits lee mnking curtains, putting celluloid in AND SOCIAL Carl A. Carter Is in Winchester to- ed as tha world's best corn remedy very attractive .. PERSONAL ,. curtains, etc. Paper hanging a speci- BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE day. by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The coune was served. The member of alty. Repairing guns, locks, type- Cheapiide & Short ' St Lexington, Ky, the club and lus&U present were. writers, clocks, graphophoncs, sewing Mr. John Duncan, of Lancaster, Penny Drug Stjte. William Tntc has beca 111 for scv- M ' J. S. Rice, Vr.. F. I Brown, machines, etc. measles. wns hero today. . era day with the r Brown, Russell Mrs. J. H. Mr, J. S. Hocker is in Richmond Mrs. G. Ge Rose is with Lancaster Mn. J. Father Leo, of Ottcrihcim, is spendWright, Mrs. Harry Hill, Mrs. G. C. touny, today .on business. relatives ing a few days In "Louisville. Anderson, of Mt. Sterling, Mrs. E. P. Shops,200 West Main street. Phone Cj.. McBce will return Mn. Mettle Withers Is grca ,"J.-R-. Cornn, Lancaster's telephone f Wodds, Mn. Bettie Bush, Mn. Alfred 239. 'Stanford. Kentucky. magnate, 'wa' In the city Thursday. improved after hn illness of several Thome tonight from Eastern Normal Pence, Mn. J. O. Rcid, Mrs. T. J. " Richmond, where she has taken n nt Mm. I V. Idnt and Mrs. James weKs. Hill, Jr., Mn. J. L. McKee RifTc, were hero . Messn. S. P. Stephenson and G coune. Messer, of Crab Orchard, . W. Adams, of Hustonvllle, were In? Mesdamcs Itettic Bush and Annie Miss Lyle Cooper, Miss Ollie Wood Thursday. . TO I represent the Itrgtst and twit mde-- t - son, of Kansas City, Miss Sue Taylor Englcman and a)tiss Sue Taylor EnMention, of Lebnn- - the city Tusedny Mrs. James order clothing hotur In thli country Miss Annetto Wray, of Danville, glemnn leave in Ihc morning for Mar Engleman, Miss Sue Woods, Miss Ed V. rrt't and Co , Chicago. III. My on Junction, U the guest of Mra. perlcnce In the niak and week Mary D. Kcnney, Mrs. Carl Carter, ins of your mpBguririr ivti directing adTantact spent Saturday and Sunday with tinsville to take the baths for a me John Uall. a S. C. B LEGHORN EGGS Mn. Lucy .Miller Bnrtley, Mn. W. oTir one who clothe, a practical the tailor. If you li not v or so. was the Miss Frances Tntc. Mrs, A. II. Severance' promUe me I 0. Walker and Mra. John Engleman. will giredeal. your order,eet will worth of yoa a of the best laying strains, for hatch"Miss Emily Murphy, of near SKel Mrs. Russell P. Drown is visiting quare yoar Tou will the guest of her father, Dr. M. C. Heath, money, either In the cheipett gradei or the ing, at all times. Also baby chicks, her jirenta, Mr. and Mn. S. D. by C"ity nnd sister, Mrs. C. P. Stucky, My He slips an arm around her waist, higher pricri. " , at Richmond. when I can furnish them. For sale by of .Louisville, were the guests of Covington, Is Cochmn in Lancaster. SPRING AND SUMMER She slips him then n blush, Duncan Hqgby, of MRS. R. L. BERRY ! their nunt, MnGeorge F. Dellorde Little Porn Katherinc Hill has now ready far your line of sample) She also slips her hand in his, s the gnest of his grandmother, Mr. Call now and let me how yoa. " Phone No. been a victim of the chicken-pox- , ' J but today. Hocker. The reason for the slipping is Klixaboth I7V Practical Kt DI TDIJLiIli I BTAxroaD. Tailor Huttonville, is able to be out again. At 6:25 Sunday afternoon the cu Kentucky Perhaps the Slush and Slush. Meisn. L.R. Hughes andMW.O. rVUJr '. Martin arc in Indiann for a few days Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Guynn nnd Mr. test kind of n little boy arrived at Louis Rom. of Paint Lick, were the the homo of Mr. and Mrs. R. Lee looking after their farm. Ruph-y- . The youngster has been nam 11 r. and Mrs. D. 11. Morris, of the guests of Mn. W. S. Fish today. Harvey Wilkiifron, private secre- ed for his father, Robert Lee Rupley. !BaaaaanBaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB9BaaaaaaaaBiaBBaBBa4aaaa section, nre the proud par- Hubble tary to Congressman Harvey Helm, cnt of n little daughter. t- SUNRISE PRAVF.R MEETING ' Sirnndcrs has been left Wednesday nfternoon for WashMiss Sophin A sunrise union service will be room for several days ington. confined to her F. M. Royalty has moved from the held nt the Presbyterinn church at C on account of the measles. cclebr; Mn. J. T. Gentry, of Lebanon country to the M. O. Elmore proper- o'clock Sunday morning. In up Thursday to bo ty corner Danville nnd Hustonville tion of Faster and nil that it stands Junction, came . for. The young peoples' "cieties of guest of Mrs.'K. J. Ilrown for sever-n- l avenues. Mn. Kate Morris, our efficient and ill the churches of the city will take days. from Parlor rfirt and the folV.wtng prrgram will Ilurdettc McKenzie hn rented the prompt correspondent !n- - rcn '"red Th riil.lic is gwen Johnson cottage on Kast Main and Grove, wns n caller at this office cordial invitation to be present: his family from ML Vcr- - Wednesday. will movo Miss Farra Leader Miss Nancy Yengcr, of Stanford non to IL Chorus for the V. G. Hurt, of the Crab Orchard wns the guest of friends Leader Scripture Reader Milling Co., wa a rnllor a 'h'a oiT.cc Wright dance Momlny evening. Lord's Prayer Thursday. He brought along n nice Danville Mcvcngor. Miss Higgins Solo Dr. W J. Children, of Huston-ville- , order for printing. Faster Mcssngo passed through here today on I'ynn Fox returned Mary . Miss Miss Mmy Grimes from Cincinnati, his way to Mt. Vernon, to visit hi home Thursday Hymn she 'had been the guest of her sister, who is very ill. where Wh.it Easter Means to Us Mn. John Charles Osborne, who sister, Miss Sojihronm Fox. Miss Waller Mr. and Mn. Robert Cornn, Mr. has been here with her sifters. MissSolo Clarence Singleton Violin Hilton, Mr. and Mrs. es Jennie nnd Charlotte Warren, lit' and Mn. James Easter Thoughts Charlie Zanone arc welcoming sons returned to her home nt Knoxville. Duet Misses Pnttye Perkins and Miss Mnnraret Sllanks, who is atarrived Saturday evening. who "Kra-Yri-Y- ri! .. J,, . ThV Interior Jburnaf. Stanford' '' tucky: Friday, April ?. '6, . 5" 1917 Page Five FARM LOANS M BR1MREDNESS ; PREPARED READY! D. A. THOMAS DR. J. M. CASEY '"; For 35 years this Bank has been and READY to serve its customers, and NOW Veterinarian Will locate in Stanford about April PUBLIC SALE G Bank Opens.?' A. ..llHBank, Closes P. The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. Vlce-Pre.lda- lie jii.3 ui-tU- lfc or..l,ot For Sale Flour Mill ",., S Per Cent a r PAINTING W. KING & SON f J. BELDEN tlyLiirsamcs ' To the Public: ' 7-- L ' HC r tending school nt Science Hill Col nre re- lege, Mieinyviue, is Home for n joicing over the nrrival of n little Jew days with her parent, Mr. and daughter in their home. The little Mrs. W. C. Shanks. Dr Lee F Huffman, who hai been miss has been named Lida May Tur seriously ill for several days nt his pin comes from Hustonvllle, home on West Third street, Lcxinc News thst Miss Lou Hocker, eldest daugh- ton, is convalescing nnd expects to ter of Mrs. J. Wesley Hocker, of be out this week. John M. Waters, who has been II that city, is in it critical condition nnd fcan for her recovery nre enter- in n hnspitnl nt Sodnlia, Mo., for siv weeks, is able to return to his worV tained. at Parsons, Knnsns, his mother, Mn Btntw of Ohio. City of Toledo, Rhoda Waten, informs this paper. I.ucaa County, si. ho Krank J. Cheney makes oath-tha- t The condition of Col. J. B. Willis pnrtnrr of tho Arm of V. J. la Cheney & Co . dolnt; builnesa In ths City of Crab Orchard Springs, is regardaforesaid. , of Toledo, County and Btate and thut Bald firm "111 pay the sum of ed as very serious. His children have ONU llUNDIlKI) D01.1.AHS for each been summoned to his bedside nnd It and eery rae uf Catarrh that cannot txi is fenred that tho end is not far ciirn.1 by the use of ll.U.t8 CATAIlltll 1'ItANK J. CHUNKY. MKDICtNK. me and sutmcrlbed In away. fiworn to beforo my presmce, this tth day of December, Singleton nnd "Hickory Bill" A. W. OLHASON. A. O 116. Notary Public. (Hon It daughter. Miss Corn Singleton, were Medicine Is taken InHalls Catarrh from Wnynesburg Tuesdnv ternally nnd acta ttirnuith the lilood on here the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Bend Miss Singleton is postmistress of her for lostlmonlala, free. town nnd Is also the Interior JourP J. CIIKN1:Y A CO., Tolfdn o Pold by all drueirlit". "5c. nal's efficient corespondent there. rnmlly I'llla for pone"" Hall's Mn. O. P. Nuckols, of Pincville In remitting for his paper from who has been tho guest of her daugh Sid J. Mycn, an LnGrnnge, N. C, ter, Mn. C. Havs returned home to old Stanford boy who is prospering day. Mrs. Foster, who has not bee" in his new home, says: "I certainly well for scvernl davs, accompanied visita of tho do enjoy the her nnd will remain for some time Interior Journnl. In fact, I hardly be- Also Little Miss Jane Murrel Foster I could bo contented to remain lieve went. here were it not for the coming of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Traylor left tho my homo paper, which like old wine, grows older." Mr. fint'of the week for their farm regrows better ns it Myen send his regards to his many cently purchased from Mr. Hall near McKlnney. They wil' friends back in Lincoln. family have a bungalow erected nt onco J. J. Painter, who with his Boyce Hunn, who is going to left Inst week for Durungo, Col., to Mr. Traylor on the farm went assist with who Is very ill, writes see his sister, from Pueblo, that they urrlved there them. Mr, nnd Mn. Moses C. Tanner safely after a pleasant trip. He says the weather Is fine, but that there is and little daughter, Margaret Elizaa heavy snow in tho mountains. Mr. beth Gann, of McKinncy, are visitPainter tolls of a patriotic parado ho ing Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wsyno. Mr. witnessed Sunday. Thcro were over John Ontts nnd Mr. P. 31. ColTey, of county, are tho guests of 12,000 people In it, he says, and the Wayne Messn. Charles and Shell Oatts, on principal streets of Pueblo were each penon carrying a U. S. tho Lancaster piko. Danvillu Ijwcnster Record. Mr. ami Mn. J. S. Turpin Annie Rogers Powell Prayer. Mn. M. W. .1. HUSTONVILLE M. Dunn is improving. Cnmnbell was nt Waynes good Copyright Hart bdiaUuer&Mare w burg this week. Gus Geisl ir doing some work on the Danville .pike. viMiMMMMadiaaKaBBbtf r Sweet pntnto wagons from Casey re beginning to come to town. There is considerable qil talk here ind some lnnd has been leased. E. V. Canon sold to James Floyd black bull cnlf for t $125. You'll need new clothes for Sunday Easter is dress-u- p semi-weekl- y n, d, Mug. John S. Murphy sold to J. II. Rumare ble n' pair of mules for $425, Dr. Casev of Danville, was here this week looking for recruits for a military company. Dr. ond Mn. C. A. Hnrt joined n party and Brodfordsville fishing caught quite n string. club wMl moot The T. A. Pnn-orAdnms Rrns ' store Sturdnv nii'ht. it Bnlley Hill, of vonr citv. is Invited Dap Trnvlnr nnd wifn were hero from Stanford this weeK Thnv h"vp moved to their farm the Hnll plai'e. Squiro J. P. Gann has sold his 'arm, the oM John Stpo'o Carnento'-lore- , to Jnmes R A'lnn nnd will of stoct rron, etc., on nve n, Wednesday next, 11th. Miss Lou Hocker's condition Is regarded critlcM. Dr. Cnwnn wns horo from Danville to see her Wdnpsdn II, B. Hocker nccomnanled h'm C. C. Cnrpenter sold to MD'"'l' d & Fox, of Bovle. 21 extra good cnttlo Pt .10 90. They wer shipped from Moreland to the Fist-ema rets. Quito a crowd wont from hero to Bradfordsvillo to tho millinery onen-In- g of Drve & Lewis. M'ss Bee Newborn, of this clt", Is mi"i"cr of tho millinery department of that storo n 1.400-poun- time ' . 0 How would you like a dark blue serge suit or a dark mixture maybe a brown or a greenish shade in it; made by Hart, Schafner & Marx. Or a stylish, well balanced Varsity Fifty Five one, two or three buttons; any number of pleasing variations. f But the cutaway frock is the real right thing; it's here in the newest designs by Hart, Schaff-- , ner & Marx; dark grey oxfords in a variety of shades.' J Easter shirts, neckwear, and hosiery; "dress up" as much as you want to in these good things. J Phillips and Phillips The home of Hart, SchafFner & Marx clothes t - '.' 'age Six ty t- - 3 -- .x-if ' t 'if1-iii'-y- - ar A. ' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky; HE FEELS FRESH JFrirJay, April 6 1947 MADE THREAT j GOES TO PEN Making M oney f Some men make their money In business mint In stocks by tollsome'savlng of their daily wage. Dut wo submit to you the fact that more men here reached a comfortable competence thru the ownership of property houses and land which bring In a fixed income than In any other way. ( AFTtR HIS WORK Frankfort Man Can Now Go All Day Without Getting Tired, .THANKS TANLAC FOR CHANGE lomi Business requires your sole attention stocks means sleepless nights and days of-- worry property works by itself for you without your care. Select it set it to work it takes care of itself and will take care of you. cottage of four , No. 212 Nice rooms, Rood yard nnd garden nnd out buildings, right on Main street' Kentucky. Nice conin Stanford, crete walks, etc. Newly papered and fully equipped with electric lights and water In house. Price only $1,350. No. 213 DU 4 acres in Anderson county. Four room dwelling house, barn, 32x32, buggy house, hen house, smoke house, etc. All tho buildings new. There nrc 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 jprings and two cisterns and well. Price $65 per acre. This is a good bargain. No. 142 About 140 acres in tho Turnersville section of Lincoln county on good pike. Has two houses,! one story of house of one and one-hafive rooms and the other house of five rooms and porches. Has tobac- -' co and stock barn, 3Gx70. Cistern and four good springs. About 100 acres in grass and balance in cultiva tion. Price $70 per acre. No. 14G 500 acres of land. 200 acres cleared and most of this in orchard grass. This land 'ill 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 36x100 feet and cost over $1,000 to build it and the other barn cost $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 sec us and look this place over and you are sure to buy it. No. 186 The following property in Hustonville right in tho 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 building, coal house, gapostofllce rage, etc. All of this property rents $021 per year. Will sell the whole property for $5,500 or will price it separately. This is a good investment and will pay good interest on the money invested. The owner lives in another state and wants to reinvest there. It will pay you to investigate this proposition. No. 108 130 acres, two nnd a half miles from good town. Two houses one of six rooms and the other of four rooms, two burns and all necessary 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 all just covered new. New crib and granaj and , all other outbuildings. 26 acres in blue grass and balance in cultivation. Young orchard. Only two miles from good town and In splendid community. Price $8,000. , 3-- anything without being Blck afterwards. My digestion Is flno. "I can do my usual dally work, and It doesn't tire mo out as it hsH te I am glad to recommend Tanlac as a splemjlri tonic and sstem purifier." Thousands of others who hato felt like Mr. Ucauchamp have had this same experience with Tanlno. When the system Is all run down and thj stomach nnd other Internal organs do not do their work proiwrly nature needs help to get tlirm back In good working order. When food sours on tho stomach. causing gas that makes you bloat and belch, It Is tlmo to take care of It Dizzy spells, headaches, sleepless-cess- , bod breath, coated tongue and that tired feeling are almost always sure to follow It the trouble Is not stopped at Its source It you are not feeling right get Tanlac today. Don't put It off, as delays In health matters tre dangerous. Tanlac is sold exclusively In Stanford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. Coleman, Proprietor. Tanlac can now be obtained in following nearDy cities: Morelar.d, Abraham Minks; Hustonville. Adams Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-burJoe McWilllams; Middleburg, W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros.; Brodhead, John Robins; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee "Lick, J. Reynolds & Son: Waynesbunr. W. A. Horton. "My digestion Is flno," said Houston Deauchamp, Krankfort, In telling how Tanlac brought him back one of tho greatest pleasures known to all mankind that of being able to enjoy good cooking. He said: "After an attack of tho grip I was All Everything I atp dls agreed with mo. Food lay heavy on my stomach. Since taking Tanluc I am so much better I can oat almost run-dow- DAVIS' STORE dar,cnco Woods had the misfor tune to lose a good milk cow last vcok, by getting caught !rv sorac vines nnd root 'in 'the creek nnd drowned, Frank Coleman "bought n Work horse from Hency Woods for $125. S J. Pollard has been doing some, much needed ditching on our plkc. "Screamer" the old family horse of J. G. Livingston, died of old ngo Sunday. Hewas 26 ycarstold. J, T. Pence, who recently lost his house and contents by fire oxtendr. his thanks to those who were so liberal' In their contribution to him. Wm. Anderson bought n cow of W. A. Leach nt $54. Richard Harris ha, been very low with pneumonia, but Is much better nt this writing. Forest fires have begun to show up in this section, dnjng damage tp fences and young timber. "Aunt Cinday" James enjoyed one of her old timo birthday dinners last Saturday, givon to her by her children nnd grandchildren. She was 81 years old. There we're 69 children, grandchildren nnd grcnt "grandchildren present. Most of them gave her n present of some kind. Although she is blind nnd confined to horbedvshe enjoyrtl herself very much. DRIPPING SPRINGS The farmers are taking ndvanragc of the prdtty wenthcr. Mr. John Hopkins is getting along n wnll n rntllrl hn nvnHitit ' Misses Jeanie Wells ufkd Maggie Davis visited Miss Nnnnlo Davis last week. Miss f" KEEP LIVI iR Taking thevsUntT that any ninn who gives expression to n threat ngalnst the life "df PreeWent WHson should not bo permitted to be "at larger Judgo RostMn United States District Court, sentenced Amos III Pauhls, 62 years oldr to tho Federal penitentiary nt Atlanta for n Urm of eighteen months. Ptuhls Is the fii.. mnn to victed In the Maryland district undir the recent net of Congress, which mnkos it a crime to threaten thn President. Tho case was tried before n Jury which reached a verdict within soven minutes. Pnuhls wns arrested nt Union Sta tion several weeks ngo ns ho wns ntfout, to board a train for Wnshlng-ton- . bo-co- AND BQWfcL CtItoL. n " ytrr. sAio si, rAOARJETS,'i ,WlTH rrOLI "nir Be,t When Bltle, Slj Cemtlpated, Or For BadJNMth.. ' Or Sour Stomach " $ heldai. ' '' 1 . I tonguc sallowncss, sotit stomach nnd gases. Tonight tako Cascarcta and enjoy tho nicest, gentlest liven nnd' bowels clcnnslng you over eVpcrlenc-c- d. Wnke up feeling grand Evory- ooiiys doing It. Cascnrot best laxative for children also. 28-- 1 man giving tho name of K. of Louisville, n piano-tunerwas arrested nt Cntlcttabur' on n charge of sending a telegram to tho Secretary of War attacking the President nnd the government. Tho message wns Intercepted nt Clncln-nn- tl. Papers found on him Indicate correspondence with the Cnrranin rnvernment A , Be cheerful! CIcnn tip Inwife tonight nnd feel flno. Take CWarctir tq liven your liVrf nnd clean the'bow-cand slop headaches, a itkl cold, biliousness, offensive breath, coated' bi - V' 'h l . N -- iV'' P. .r 4 J!V1 .- M - WILLING TO BEAR IT UWcll, dearest, I hnvc just asked your father for yeur hnnd." "Whnt did ho say!" "Henskcd me If I felt cnpnblo of assuming the heavy burden." "And whnt did you tell himT" "I told hlrh I you1d take care of nil he would give us." m 9 When Little Willie Gets the Tummy Ache! puckcry persimmons or too much jelly cake. Okl fashioned bclliakc is acute indigestion. Giv the Sufferer a good big dose of castor oil and apply hot water fcottlc to the spot of greatest pain. hot water bottles in your home ache and rheumatism, too. goods to be had. Creek, Birtic Shcltcfn, of Copper visited Miss Maggie Davis lastThursday. Hopkins is better at this writing Mrs. John Davis and two children Mr. Dabncy visited her father-in-laDavis and wife. Miss Maggie David has been ill ofl stomach and heart troubles. Mrs. John Harris has returned home after a visit to her father, Mr. Dabney Davis. Miss Maggie Davis visited Mrs. Wesley Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Walter Nicely, of Livingston, wns the'guest of Mr. Wells Sunday. Mr. Clayton Sellers, of Mohoton, Pa., is planning to come cast in June after his June bride. Misses Jennie Wells and Maggie Davis visited Misses Hazel Monday. Miss Meldia Itecomo Independent by taking np The youngsters just will eat green apples or. s ' lf g, You ought to have' one of -- cftir guaranteed for reuralgi&, toothI We carry the highest quality of rubber' Our castor oil in bulk 1 i I t "two-stor- ii-- it WAYNESBURG Rev. E. W. Coakley went to Somerset Monday to help Rev. J. L. Owens in a series of meetings. Mrs. R. E. Eastham, of Somerset, spent last Wednesday night with .Mrs. W. R. Singleton. Dr. J. B. Acton came up from Eubank and assisted Dr. A. K. Caldwell in performing an operation on Mrs. H. H. Singleton, for a tumor on her head and also assisted in cutting a growth from the bone of Mr. Keith Padgett's thumb. Messrs. P. D. Green nnd R. E. Horton are in Cincinnati this week on business. Mr. Egbert Caldwell is better at this writing. Mr. John Burleson is suffering very much with a sore foot. Miss Agatha Burleson, of Highland, has been visiting her brother, J. C. Burleson. Mr. W. R. Singleton and daughter, Miss Cora, were in Stanford Tuesday. Miss Corinc Florence Somerset to stay with Gooch. Our milliners, Miss and Mrs. F. S. Gooch and active as greased lightning. or capsule Is as slick 1 DR. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacltt. J. W. ACEY, Proprietor agriculture In Minnesota, North Montana, Idaho, Washington or Oregon. Millions of acres of land In these states along tho Northern Pacific Ry. awaiting settlement. Unusual opportunities. Healthful climate, abundant crops, good markets, extransportation cellent facilities, 81 acres, two and n half miles from Hustonville, 18 acres to go schools, churches, etc. A young country for ambitious people. Send for in corn, balance in blucgrau and clover nnd timothy. Six springs; free descriptive llteraturo and Inforhouse; good outbuildings. Bargain at $G,G00. $3,000 cash, butance-1- , mation regarding the particular sec2 and 3 years. ' tion that Interests you. Wo will ho glad to assist you In locating your 3G acres, nil under cultivation, four miles from McKinney. Plenty new home In a community where you house. $1,400 buys this place if taken at onco. can feel at home and can enjoy pros- stock wntcr; three-rooperity. Write to J. C. Eaton, General Agent, Northern Pacific lly 10 luit house and good barn, near McKinney Three ncres with three-roo4th St., Cincinnati, O. for $3C0. Easy terms. go wkst Tim sritivo The Lincoln Pharmacy FOR SALE 1- six-ro- By a vote of 80 to 67 a bill for a referendum on prohibition in Illinois in 1018 was defeated by the House of Representatives. State-wid- e Lincoln County Farms Land Company JOHN L. and V. M TANNER McKINNEY, KENTUCKY has gone to Mrs. Denny I v Sallie Gooch hpvo a new supply of spring millinery. Mrs. Ed MiClure, of Eubank, was here on business Monday. School will close Friday. The attendance was not so good the last two months on account of measles. Mr. Oliver Sinplotnn nnd Mina Maud Johnson and Irene Singleton went to Hall's Gap Saturday afternoon. Mr. T. J. Burleson, of Highland, was here Tuesday. Mr. Monroe Thompson has just returned from a visit to relatives in Letcher county. The oil business seems to be very quiet at present. The W. M. U. prayer meeting meets with Mrs. Ida Burleson Thursday afternoon. Geese are fattened for market in Austria by confining them in a dark room to which light is admitted 10 or 15 times a day. Whenever the light is on tho geese think at is meal time. Hughes and PTCarty Stanford, Ky. Office Phone 180 Home Phones 152 and 184 " SEVERE DRONOHIAL COLD Yielcb To Delicious Vinol Philadelphia, Pa. "Last fall I wr troubled with a cry socro bronchic cold, headaches, backache, and sick t ray utomach. I u an so bad I bocam alarmed and tried several medicine also a doctor, but did not get any roliel A friend onkcd me to try Vinol and it brought the relief which I craved, now I am enjoying perfect health." coughs, iold Tack C. Hisolktox. We guarantee Vinol BOSSEAU '. g od I.or.e. and mulei, I will BOSSEAU Uelievine that now it the time a r- PERCIIERON STALLION stand mv rcslitered Percheron Stallion. BOSSEAU. weiiht 2.060 poundl, at $10 to insure a livlns coll. and my great mule jack, JOE, at $8 on lame terms. Will make liberal cut to those having more than one m are. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Farm one mile from Hustonville on K. L. ULKKY, Hustonville, Ky. Stanford pie. aud bronchitis. for chronic The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. iv -- V The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, April 6, 1917 i Page 3ever "Easter Clothes" i f; MT. ZION , Mr, Ilrynnt Ilrown Is visit Intr his daughter nt Woodstock. , On last Wednesday, April 4th, Mr. Bryant Ilrown celebrated his flflth birthday, A nice, lunch was served. Mr. Wm. Thompson continues very ill. Mrs. Hurt nnd son, Charlie, Mr. nnd Mrs. Anderson Ilcngc were tho gdests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Steonbor-ge- n Inst Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Russell Wntson nnd it i ! r?i i One more week, then astef Sunday. Now you should' dress yourself correctly then if neverat aViy other time. 'We are headquarters for all good clothing for men and boys. Straw Hats, frn's, Ladies' and- - Misses' Low Cuts. We have received the World's J, Bcst-t- he "ShelbyVfor Ladies. "New Ties,' Shirts and Collars. We are headquarters for Easter Goods. ROBINSON'SThe Georgia Houe passed the Hnr fis bone dry bill 120 to 18, making it illegal to have liquor in ones possession in thatStote. Tho extra session adjourned Thursday night. The measure already had passed the Sen - Stanford ate. EXCELSIOR Jack,'" "Kxcclsior." II. F. Ilonner nnd It. V. Wicr, Houston lumberninn purchased tho pinu timber on 80,000 acres of land from tho Lutcher & Mooro Lumber Company of Orange, Toxns. The consideration Is said to be nearly $12,- 000,000. The kinds are situnted in Sabine and Newton counties. I again appear DON VARRICK befbrc the publie for close scrutiny nnd admiration and abundant Will make the season of 1917 at nnd am opposed to tho cost of my stablo mile from Crab Orch-arhigh living nnd place my charges on the Singleton plnce, nt $10 where the farmer of moderate to Insure a living colt. Don Varrick means can do business with me nt is n beautiful cliestnut, 10 2 hnnds; the "low cost of living prices" as weighs 1,400 pounds, is compactly well ns the rich. My progeny sneak built nnd has plenty bone nnd finish. for themselves, selling ns weanlings His colts show for themselves. Will nlso stand nt tho same time for $G5 to $1.10, and nt two years of age for $200. Reference: Messrs. nnd place my saddle stallion 28-- 1 ed. Hun Gaines, J. G. Livingston, J. II. BLACK PRINCE Harris, Jncobum Retrofrnc, Wm. KENTUCK1ANS PLACED. Long, Luto King, John Snylor, J. G. By Kontucky IVnvine, Cnrpenter and many others. I hnvo by Old Preston. He out of n mnre Democratic members of the Kenis n coming nil the marking, form, size, symmetry, a bones, muscles, tendons, equipments nnd n good one. ns black ns see crow tucky delegation in the house have should nnd color true to my Jnckship; nm He will stand nt You to insure. him. been assigned to committees ns fol- $10 sn athlete nnd possess the greatest 1 'ows: TWO GREAT MULE JACKS agility and gambol oer the green Burkley, Interstnte Commerce; jnvnnl like n nice horse, nnd have a Will nlso stand two eroat mule Cnntrill, Industrial Arts nnd Expovoice, with n bn-s- o jacks nt $10 to musical soprn-teno- r n insure. One the sitions, chnirman Public Buildings profunda nlternntion nnd bray Bun Gaines nnd first-clas- s the happy hours nwuy; the pass word other, Jesso Fox, a jack fellow,the nnd Grounds, Rules; Field, Military 5 is Kurekn; favorite songs, "Home, yenrs old nnd a good fino breeder. His Affairs; Helm, Censes chairman, and y Sweet Home," nnd "My Old show up nicely. See them Home:" Mottoj Get there Kli. colts you breed your marcs. both Insular Affairs; Johnson, District of before I hne uquallne eyes, pleasing coun Columbia chnirman, nnd Accounts; Will stand u fine registered Short Kineheloe, Election of President, Vice tenance, style, tynicul hend, ears, neck, shoulders, body, bnck, bones, horn Bull at $2 to Insure. Money due President nnd Representatives, Exhips, hocks, legs nnd feet, and cnu-l- In all cases when nnimnl is bred elsependitures in the Agricultural My keeper friend where or parted with. appendage Merchant Marine nnd Fishmid guide is Thomas Mntheuselah W. R. GAINES, Crab Orchard, Ky. Johnson. Postofflce nnd Post eries; Rouse, Scientific breeders stnto the dnm Appropriations; Roads; Sherley, 1 gives 70 of potency nnd prepotenALMONT DARE Thomas, Judiciary. cy to the gammetes; others sny fiOt Almont Dare, 3228, is n rich red of this power and force is given by . GERMANS PAID IN VAIN the dam and fiOr by tho sire. Send bay stallion; 1G hands high with good high and thnt bone und fine style. Is extremely me doms 10 hnnds It Is reported from Copenhagen weigh 1,000 to 1,400 pounds, with fast both under saddle nnd in har good conformation and you will get ness. He is n full brother to Toxy that more than $13,000,000 was mulo colts that win wcign i.juu to Dure that wnn iho p1i!imnfnnYitn fnr paid by Germany to Russian commatured withlgmldln bred brood mares nt thn k'en. manders to betray their country nnd 1,400 pounds when ngc. I nrrongo and fructify the, tucky Stnte fair in 1914, defeating let tho Teuton troops through the gammetes and nature does the rest Edna May nnd others nnd to Nettle Russian lines. The commanders at my ton that sold for $3,000 und others at for my neurous nre electro-tonlc- ; blood that of royalty; composed of $1,500. Ho is the best one of the lot. Libau and Kovno received $2,000,-00- 0 each, it was said, while the govthe red, white nnd blue; rich in the His colts have frequently defented "units" of "proximate principals;" tho colts of sires standing as high as ernor and commander at Riga nre refilled with prnnn; $75. Huvu sold his colts my.self for ported to my nervo cells nro have divided $9,500,000. $500. Others claim offers of $1,000 tho results will bo through rndiutlon und zygotosis They nlso uro tho very best to uso nt Then the Russians betrayed the mulo colts of the uniform size nnd home, being large, line, gnme, duratype, for. style, nction nnd beauty, ble nnd kind. Will make tho season at $10 to innnd docility, perfect mules with tho SIR RAY "esprit do corps" of their siro; no sure live colt. This splendid Percheron stnllion Bryan Breckinridge, my registerMich word ns "hors do combat" or STALLION fail, In my vocnbular of Jackology. ed black Jack, 10 hands with extreme- will mako tho season of 1917 nt the JACK and As Sol Russell said, "when passing ly large bono will stand for marcs at barn of Fred Jesswino, on tho Crnb jack nt I will stand my my war 'drop' over on mo in peace- $10 for mure mules and $8 for Orchard and Ottenheim road, every my plnce on the Milledgevillo pike, horse mule. Will also breed jennets ful valley." My friend, "Romeo" tho beautiful nny month in year nt $10 to insure day except Saturday, on which day near McCoi mack's church, nt black registered Polangis Bovine, is colt. Have Bold his colts for $120 nt ho will bo at the barn of It. II. $10 to liuure a Llvng Colt doing business here, too prlce$1.00 weaning time. Grass furnished at in tho town of Crub Orchard. fine white nt tho lot, and tho handsome Adonis, $2 per month nnd all stock Intrusted This horse will serve mares this sea- Ho is black with Money points, when duo tho equine male, well grown, In size, to mo will receive my personal at- son nt $10 to Insuro a living Colt. bono nnd cars. mnro changes hands. Not responsible graceful and ideal conformation, will tention but will not be responsible do service nt $7.00. Wo llko com- for accidents. Season on the nbovo Como and sco him. Ho will have to for accidents. Will also stand n good petition, but, defy successful com- are duo when colt is foaled or mare be 8(vn to bo appreciated. Ho Is a petition In our lines, "To the victors bred to other stock or stock parted Bplcndid individual, a great breeder. Percheron Stallion at $5 will mako the belong tho spoils." My price $8.00. with. All tho above to my place, two and a half Season duo when mnro Is sold or Cash, with return privileges, or $8 Very truly, season at insuro. Tho Roynl Jack. miles west of Hustonvlllo, on Huston-vill- o traded. EXCELSIOR I ask your inspection and patronand Liberty pike. Pedigrees Address Carpenter Farm, It. F. D. 1, FRED JESSW1NE, Crab Orchard, age. W. A. HATCHER, Stanford. R. Cr.,b Orchard, Ky., Chapple'a Gap furnished upon request. 26-4- t. Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. F. D. No. 2. S. T. POWELL, HuitonvlIU, Ky. 4. l'lko. sor-vic- e, 1d. old Sfi-ccfour-year-ol- d. old well-knowKen-tucknl ilenr Ye! See T1IE ROYAL JACK Me! Tho "Royal I offer for public service the cham- - of the most successful horses in tho VOLTAIRE SS140 Farmers don't you think right nowP'on draft stallion, Voltaire. He has j show ring that this county has pro-i- s ' the best time to raise draft horses? Prven himseir to be one of the best i duced in years. He is just tho right The prlcb was never higher tnnn now, breeders this county has ever known. size for a saddle horse and his first ym ai,eJhe .s,cason at ? Place colts which nre four years old now and our supply of work horses is ott"e the pike, one mile from arc showing the saddle gaits nicely, ', it ha been for on the lowest point Stanford at $15 to insure a living The auto has put the light driving years. icolt; season due when colt is foaled ' horse out of business to a certain ex- Therc nre, not more than hnlf ns or mnru parted with. Will not be re- - tent, but you don't have any trouble Duuuiu iiuiau ui iiv.viuuiiks biiuuiu uiiv nt sviiiiiK many Jrood mures In the county now oiuuoiuik I am going to offer the services of occur. this great horse nt the extremely CLEANSE YOUR HAIR can see that we nre fncing n horse insure. I am givfamine. Whnt are you going to do KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167 low price of $15 to what most men MAKES IT BEAUTIFUL, ing you for $15 s By Chester arc THICK, GLOSSY, VAYj about it? Autos nnd t farm with Peavine 1790 Peavine 3184 by Rex would charge from $25 to $40 for. by Rex McDonald. all right but you can Do you appreciate it? If so send them. You can't raise colts from First dam Flora Carter 8419 by Red Try This! All Dandruff Ouappears your mules. ILJooks like the most squirrel ini by UlncK Squirrel. your best mares to the court of KenGentleman and let him get I don't suppose there is a better tucky And Hir Slopt thing to do sensible nnd business-lik- e bred horse in Kentucky than Ken- you n nice colt. is to raise some good draft colts your old brood marcs arc gone, tucky Gentleman. He has been one1 J. NEVIN CARTER, Stanford, Ky. Surely try a "Danderinc Hair Cleanse" if you wish to immediately double the beauty of your hair. Just moisten a cloth with Dandcrine nnd drnw; it carefully through, your hair, taking one small strand nt n time; this will clean,sc the hair of dust. dirj or any excessive oil in n you will be amazed. Your hnlr wi)l 'be vftivy, fluffy and abundant nmf1 possess nn incomparable Huston-vill- e, softness, lustre nnd luxuriance. Besides beautifying the hair, one application of Dnnderine dissolves every particle of ilamlrutr; invig orates the scalp, stopping itching-anfalling hair. Dandcrine is to the hair what fresh showers of rain nnd sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the roots, invigorates nnd strengthens them. Its cxhilerating, stimulating properties cause and 3-- 4 the hair to grow long, strong nnd 1 1 beautiful. 1-1 You can surely hnvo pretty, soft, 2 lustrous hair, and lots of it, if you will get n bottle of Knowl- ton's Dnnderine from any drug store 1 or toilet counter nnd try it as direct, ' nuto-trucks Aunt Lizrio Watson were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Smith last Sunday. Mr.. Wm. Thompson), visited his fnt her nnd mother, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Thompson nt Ottnwn Inst Sunday. Mr. nnd Hnt. (J. L! Murrcll were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscnr Simpson Inst Sunday. Mr. Rrynnt Ilrown nnd wife were the guests of Mr.. Will Todd last Sundqy, Mrs. Ida TJiomrnon nnd Miss Be atrice Denny w.cru tho guesta Inst Sunday of Mrs. Riley Sni'th. Mrs. Amcrlcn Hcndcrickson is still very sick. Miss Lizzie Jilcs was lio guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ida Thompson last Sunday. ' Mr. Jim Bcngc nnd wife were thw guests of Mr. npd Mrs. Jim Slcen-bcrge- n last Saturday night. Mr. Loins Smith at Brpughtantown has been visiting Mr. Tom S,mth. Rev. Taylor Is" noldfng a series of ' meetings on Negro Creole. Mr. John Payne nndfSnily, oj Crnb Orchard, were the guests of. her mother, Mrs. Simpson Insi wdek. Josinh Smith nnd wife of Wood stock, were the guests of Mr. Jim. Adams last Saturday and Sunday. (3 m ii n PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm, located 3 miles West of known as the John Steele Carpenter place, I will on old I t i Wednesday, April 11th, Beginning at 9:30 A. M., sell the following: MULES. Mare Mules, 15 hands, pair Mare Mule, 5 hands. Mare Mules, 15 pair years old, 16 hands high; all well broke and good workers. Percheron filly, Three Brood Mares in foal to jack. coming 2 years old. Three Jennets one yearling and two aged jennets. Three Milk Cows 2 Heifers, one fresh, other will be soon Jersey Heifer with calf. 7 good Yearling Cattle, good stock. Ewes, with 39 Lambs by their side. 41 head of 35 Hogs; weight 75 to 110 pounds. IMPLEMENTS. 1 Wagon, 1 Hay Rake, 3 good Turning Plows, 4 or 5 sets good Wagon and Plow Harness, 1 MowWhite ing Machine, as good as new, 1 barrel ready-mixe- d Paint, barrel of Black Roofing Paint. Lot Household Goods. CORN. 50 or 60 barrels of good Corn. 75 bales of TimLot of Locust Posts. othy Hay. Terms reasonable and made known on day of sale. Col. B. Dinwiddie, electro-blonlnst- ic J. P. GANN, Hustonville Auctioneer. John Wear Good Clothes You might as well wear good clothes while you're at it. People respect you for it. You'll reipect younelf. You won't need to apend a great deal of money or to have your clothei made. Simply drop t t In and try on what we have to (how. I I I I Bro-naug- h, W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky .J" F v-- V. L fins iiii, '. ' &$:' W r TIHABJB . ear i.- - .. -- . 1.1 i. v 7.-V- - '- . 14 'A r. VT ejsit. aW . 4aV SSrT p-- J VI . K' v Page Eight p 1 V t Afnte InkriorJournalStinfordt w . V i' j i " April .6', 1,912'. Kentur.ky:.liiy, FARM u In 3i 1 li'm , . T.A.rBrpntVa''IIaM AnVmM;TfM AOwk . The Factory Co-operati- on Sale of a" r7-- s : eight : mcrci'iv cqiuuy Micm iHrvAiii tm paid nearly dollar for diWw .en their, losses. V Wilson & Sons7 Pianos AT ' , DR. CAL&WbLL'S STKUP PEPSIN $42.60. THE FAMIlVlVVXATIVE FOR W S. Broaddus bought of Dr. W. D, O'Daanon a black yearling! bull MANY YEAlfe Square, J. T. DUiblorar. bought ,of Bl. Anderson a, row .And pigs for ' r. Pemt . lter' '' VJC ,- -,' ' u M r V of Carlyle, recently wrote to Dr. Caldwell, at Monticcllo, III., that she hss used Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin In hqr home for a number of years, and 'm '.;, would not be without It, as with It sho has been able to keep her four ..!., children In perfect health. price is creating a real sensation. People marvel the ' t Dr. Caldwoll's Syrup rcpsln, Is n the wonderful Pianos are being sold for.' There are none better. comblnntidn'ef simple lnxntlve herbs with pcrln that nets on the bowels They have the stamp of approval from the manufacturers in any easy, natural way, and reguL lates the notion of this most importThey have the stamp of approval frorn dealers, everywhere ant function. Nenrly nil tho sickness They have the stamp of approval from 'those vho purchase them to which children are subject is trace- cents a bottle. To avoid iJnlU w able to bowel Inaction nnd n mild, de- nnd ineffective sufotitutM b . Ti pendable laxativo, such as Dr. Cald- you geur. caiaweirs syrufTi If you purchase one it will have your unqualified endorsement; ask well's Syrup Pepsin should have n See that a facsimile of Dr.' Ca any of the following well known'5 citizens who have purchased place in ever' family medicine chest. signature nnd his pertralt appW 'It is pleasant to the taste and chil- the yellow carton In which the MIK Wilson '& Sons' Pianos: dren like it, nnd take it readily, Is packed. .A trial bottle, f re IK' while it is equally effective for adults. charge, tin be obtained by" wr KMiKMi THURMAN TUDOR J. F. SMITH Dr Caldwell's 5yxup Pepsin U !.! tu.lm- m B. Caiawell, 485 W(wHt' in drug stores everywhere for fifty.-- l ton St.. lonticello, Illinois. J J. E. BUCK HARRY JACOBS . i j Virtually the bntire forca-o- f Leo Ryder, of Bfaysville, owm; the J. M. GOVER Player-Pian- o civflmn emFederal Government's Yhitc Orpington hen Ihitt ty' Uw. ployes, approximating--600,00men, last two tyean has no perched, mi a Come and see for yourself; have them explained; listen to a demonhave been surnmoned to the aid of roost nt nlirht. Instaad she mmiI the Bureau if' Investigation and the fliho ttmQn "her nest and usually j stration and get the special introductory prices. You'll understand secret sortfee in the detection of leaves an when she comes off hi. why people are taking advantage of the great saving made possi- spiys'nnd the apprehension of per the morning. This hen never has laid ''' " .' sons engaged In plots, intrigues or an egg In daylight 'and, during the of the factory who adopted this mefch- - ; jq.dby' ble through the George Blurphy, who recently other activjties against the United last (wo years has averaged four l od to introduce their product. bought the Georgetown Model Mills, States. ' U) eggs n weelt. has contracted vith a Cincinnati firm for 2,000 bushels of wheat at $2.20 n bushel. ,3. II. Pojiitcr, of the Walnut Flat section bbught of different parties, " No. 6053 county, a car load of Don't fail to take advantage of the greatest opportunity ever offerlight feeding hogs. He paid a fi.OOO Rowland PvinW ch.itnut tlallioA foaUd May 14, 1912. Sired by ed to the piano buyers of "Stanford. No home is complete without ,, for the Ipad. Paavlnr. No. 1796, by Rat McDonald, No. 833, byYRai ' Denmark MO. W , Miss Gertrude Wilkinson returned . today tomorrow may be too late. Remember music. Come ? Wednesday from IMchmond, where 1st dam: Bourbonlste, No. 0297 (full sister to Bourbon's Best) ' our prices are standardized, and the present prices will not bce'ffec-tiv- e by Bourbon Chief 97G, by Harrison Chief lfiOC, by Clark Chief 89. attending Eastern Kenshe had been d Cloud 2107, b' Indian 2nd.dam: Judy Oliver C 107, tucky Normal. MissMnmle Singleton this sale closes. Special demonstrations daily, by , , (. Chief 1718. reutnrcd Thursday night. Buck, factory representative, ' 3rd dam; by Wilson's King 2197, . A turkey hen belonging to Mrs. ' '' 4th dam; Daughter of Sim's Clark Chief 2575. ; . Will n. BIcador, of Simpsop county, Rowland Peavina U yi rilh chtttnut, with (tarland nip( ata'ada' laid six eggs in one day. One of the 15.3 full; walght 1100 poundt) fiva ytart old. At you will tea front number was of ijsual siie,, while the lha abova breading, ha ha iKV blood of tha Irttl ahow boraa"Kan-luck- y remaining five were as large as goose h Tr produced, and U one himself. You should se tait , eggs. horse before bookinf your irmra". T. W. Jones shipped' from McKin-nc- y You rarely ever have the opportunity to breed to a horse at yesterday n car lolid Jf mixed-weigfashionably brad at tha small fee of STANFORD, KY. MAIN STREET " hogs, that he bought of Dave . 120.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Allen nnd other HustonviHc 'parties: Will make the season of 1917 at my stable on East Main street.'. cents to 12 He paid from 11 Money due at birth of colt or when mare Is parted with or bred to' Perry F. Belden, an old An egg show will be held in SomA Wichita man has sued his wife n pound. "H other stock. soldier, is dead in Casey county. Ho erset Saturday, April 14th. The show for divorce because she cursed him, James H. Woods sold to Hell coun" lias been an invalid for a quarter of is for the benefit of boys and girls in smoked cigarettes and kicked his ty coal miner a prir pf .the poultry club. shins. a century. mare mules, exceptionally good ones Stanford, Ky. for $500. Henry Fields sold to same -marc party n pair of mules for $500. Head the descripSf3fc Mr. Farmer. BLEUCHER 46158 tion nnd pedigree of Illeucher, the the use of wastKixoitn s :o 1 4, tiimi. a u si Hur-to'great stallion owned by W. H. KBNTl'CKYH t'HAMl'lON ItOAD IIOItKK ing all your energy and which appears in this issue. This Wlnnrr of Ho.J OUn mil llrKilin; (1m st Kruluclr Htal t'str I0IA good animal will be here Monday. 8137 f Alctn 033. asms time trying to keep your it J BO. Hlrt ol 61. He sure and see him. ItsrV Nliht SHSit .Jk. SI Sirr ol SI, incluilmc floors polished when you R. C. Arnold bought of Ollie Klmo 37S fr?.'1!' 2 S3 !14 tlrrat Lrood mare. Spratt n cow for $30; a steer of Wm. 3 llrook 107n Nilrtit can do it with less enerM 'flBjKltMKiflLLk 11 2. Dark WlUea 3 Oil, Valpi :llllljr I IlurV 3 Ot Hester for $37; a cow and cnlf of rtc Hirr i,l 3.n I llsrrr Clr 45, S 3 SO. I, Hhl,.r 2. 07 W. II. Porter for $G0; a yearling Hire ol 4, lUrai ol gy and in less time by us.. Jrnnjr Vf Mradw llrawk 2 W II, Ureal brmnl marr steer of S. C. Wilcox for $30 and a Kinms llr,,k 3109 S I, Nurwnod llrlU ing an O'Cedar Mop and Ztrnnr 3 )7 bunch of light hogs of W. E. Naylor lljr N'oro.)J S33 llrlljrKik 3 '10, He lilr at 11 cents a pound. O'Cedar Polish. Come ( ll.ron Wllkra 475. S IS, I N. W. Rogers, of Paint Lick, has Mnko 21157 Hir. ol 13 in 3 13. rt Httf vt Ilrrnda Yurki sold five walking horses to different to our store and get both I. IVrnu 3 Oft I 3 I Qurrn Klli.l 3.01 I KatlT Iltllv (3) 3 On parties, nt from $200 to $350 per lljr Hlrallimnrr 40 ,. .. KiWrr Hilk (4) 2 H CIJ Ham ol Humps 2:03 1 4. Will (3) head. In the past two weeks he sold Dam n( I.l (31 3 07 I S, ilHiirlfo 3 .37 I 3. Illoufhrr 3 :3I) I I, Mutlr .N. (3) 3 OU . Wllkra NuIwikhI S01K 3:31 20 mules, at an average of $220. One 11, T 3'17, nut lit I 3 Vilkr 'J'lrr l,lf tlttlt la Htlrnt d mare mules to team lutr Clay i .. I. i.2 ol Carl 0, llFwik 3.111 1 3 Hall Hilrnt I lo 4lrr Herea College, for $450. llrHtk too 13, llnMw k 1,"nl,inT (lar 45 14) 3S anil Clr ISajr, 3 .Ian 14, 1'ruv John T. Collins, of Paris, president Dam of Hll.nl llrook ol ljnf 3 1UII. KruMi (.'lar (4) M1 of the Bourbon Agricultural Hank I JS II. rtr and Josiah Coons, of Fnyettc county, I Jl.a.low llrook 3.0(1 13. SiUiiI llriwk. 107AO. 3 K 13, tlrr ol llllljr llurk 3 OS sold to T. L. Harmun, of Fayetto Sl.awl.a) 3 07 I I. .arrlrw 3 07 3 I. Ilrllr llrnok 3 i0 3 I, Kmma llrook 2 tit) n 4, l.aitr l,lll,r.,l. 2 10, llull.r llriwk 3 lo I, Hlltiit llrl,l 12) 3 111 14. Marfarrl llalhratp county, 880 acres of land on the 1 (I) 2 u( 4 rtr Ills (t) 2 II II. HiM.Ih- - Hlrnl tlam ol Chattr Dln-r- zraniUm 07 I I'rua 2 21 I dam, Jrnnj Clay, il Downing Wilson pike for $114,000, 3 aliHi iipuluml VUf 2 IS II, anil a Miiko 2IIS7. alrr or Kwmio 'JiOS 13 (wlnnir Kniltiiky luiurlly.) Ilrrnda York (3) y or about $130 and acrA This proper-t2 OS I 4, (INilurity wlnnrr) IS) 2 04 I 4, Kathr llrllr (2) 2 07 SI (I'ulurlljr winnrs) (3) Hit (I) 2 OS 12 Irhainphui Syrarold flllr.) .Manrlr.i(Kulunl)'2 07 II (Kuluritr wlnnrr,) Mnlwl was bought five years ago for $75 wlnnrr) (lunioko 310. vrr hilk (4) 3 Hi 12, Hutir N (.1) 3 09 I (I'uturllr wlnnrr) Hr an acre. 2 II) I I, Mmiotirr 3 in I I, Mnialrr 3 II. Hlllko (3) 3 It exclusive We are today showing the most Mar rtallion.) (champion Hind dams llarrlrr, 3 delivered to lha Tipton ol Tho ou 1 I. () Nrll01 (3) 3 U 3 4.truillnc llroihrr In Vllo (4) 2 !l 1 13. llalon Edward Hellard US Humps I, Hr (4) 2 have ever been line of Wall Papers Whitehouse nnd Johnston 28 141- - D 3 10, Hr 3 I. hall In I 00. hut n,uartrr In 33 lllrurhtr 101.5. rrrord 39 I I, trial nulr 3 pound hogs at 11 cents a pound. MTiid, i a handMimr tr !hrown horM-- . and will wri(h 11 nil pound' llr irrally rrt seen in Central Kentucky. We have bought good airr Hilrnt llrook and la out ol Clayo, hr Ihr rrrat Futurity aire iloko, Robert K. Tarkington delivered to ariuhlra hit drmand hai takrn orrr ono million hortrs (rnni Una rou M rr, and wr may I'orrlsn in wholesale quantities and are able to give rtprrt Inllrr prlrrs (or our horara In Ihr fulurr (Inr sdthr lo inarr nwiirra la lo hrrrd same parties at same time 20 Ihrir marra and to hrrrd Ihrm lo atalliona ot nirrit and provrn worlh ai tlrra cents n pound. la Ju.t ihr im lo produro Ihr rolla that will supply Ihr drmand Ilia rolta hare lllrurhrr hogs at 11 a big saving. We have a you your paper protrii nrrk with nirr These hogs were sold some time ngo flnr, Ihia (rrat load and Htallion and pinny ol lain andolronfoitnatlonmy ataMe In Linraa-tr1017 at will nuke thr ataum trmtinc force of expert workmen and each job is Krnturky, at and were worth more money when finished in the best of styje and delivered. Danville Blessengcr. $20 to Insure a Living Colt iTMy, MMJ CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS BARLOWE strong; Hogs Receipts 2,700, I will alw aland this lirautiful Hhrlland Klatlinn fur the aiwn of 1017 at Uty nnd butchers $15.25(u15. packers I am prrparrd to lake In l.aiiru.trr Ky . at 110 Oil '111 INMl'ltK A I.IVIMI COI.T PAINTS, VARNISH, LEAD, OILS, BRUSHES Money day l.irti rolla Ire ID rrnta ol 55; common to choice $8.5014.50. rarr win marra on laliru.i at or partrd a with t'arr rrtainrdto onprrvriit lor trrvlr but not rr takrn accldrnta n inarr tradrd dur Cattle Receipts' 000, steady. Calves khould any occur ROOjJyl MOULDING, PIC- IKiniihlr WINDOW GLASS, steady, $0.00 14.00. Sheep ReFRAMES AND WIND SHIELDS TURE W. B. BURTON, Phone 95. Lancaster, Kentucky ceipts none; steady. Lambs steady. J. L. EEAZLEY'S at extremelow ' fpr $00,. Dr. W. J. ChlidrcM, of Hustonville, told to Mrs, pcttle Williams, n sow and nino pigs for $B0. Mpvle promoters want Lady Wal nut Hill, the Lexington lion, that his laid an egg a day for 87 days. It. M. ninckcrby sold, to John BI. d Cress 20 fat heifers to bo delivered May the 20th. at 8 tc. Frank .North, of Hustonville, sold to Yowell & Eads, 20 light 'hogs, to be delivered May the 15th at 12 lc. Mr. Hnrren, of England, Ark., d bought in Doyjc county n cf registered 'Poland China hogi at nbout $C0. II. C. nnughmiln shipped by express 4o Chas. Lute At Goldsboro, N. C, n nice Shetland pony. He got $125 for it. J. T. Dudderar sold to W.'W. Hays, representative of E. F. Spears & Son's, of Paris, 4, BOO pounds of hemp at 14 cents. Robert, E.. Fox, member of n prominent Clark cbunty family, sulrltlcil In his room nt, the St. Goorjrn Ht'tol at Winch.cstlt.' v' Morton Alepm', n colored laborer, reports that he broke 420 pounds of hcmi' o'nc day this week for Sam HolfKlaw. For his day's work he got 700-poun3-ear-loa- Mrs. Aug. Doellcfcld 111., ml 'J: hfl Mug. feu mv. ml - 0 et on - Sale Closes Saturday, April 14 ' Rowland Peavine v' k 4 ,' R-- that ' '" after Frank by-Re- at ' J. L, BEAZLEY'S What's ht 1- three-year-ol- d J. C. BAILEY J- I -- iMeaar n, 0fe-- Tw Kn-or- 1 t, 1 PENCE & HILL, The Furniture Men - three-year-ol- v ' 1 Wall Paper that at 1 l 1 11 ti 175-pou- r, fJ it Our stock is replete with a line of the best paints; prices right. We have many new and pretty moldings for our framing, department; also oval frames with convex glass. Call and see us for your wants in our line before buying elsewhere. We can save you money. Kentucky Educational Association LOUISVILLE, APRIL 25-2- 8 Rates from SUnffrf d and all way stations Low Round-Tri- p Louisville & Nashville R. R. LIMIT MAY 1st TICKETS'ON SALE APRIL See nearest L. & N. Agent for Particulars 24-25-2- 6; THIRD STREET Coomer & Nave DANVILLE, KY. -