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No. 29 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, April 10, 1917 FROM FATHER LEO well-know- Tuesdays and Fridays 13 , i COL. J. B. WILLIS DEAD IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES COL. JOE B. COFFEY DEAD THE LATEST WAR NEWS Stephen Woodruff, aged 74 is dead OF OTTENHEIM Tho death of Col. Joe B. Willis at has severed dipAfter suffering for months, tho lomatic y of paralysis at Wilmore. Crab Orchard Springs at an early relations with the United To all well moaning citizens of Downing, aged 70, Is dead at hour Monday morning carried sor- spirit of toCol. Joseph B. Coffey re- States, precipitating a situation which Hiter Lincoln county: Many mnny thanks turned tho God Who gnvc it row to tho heart of every one who at an early hour Sunday morning. it is believed will lead to war. Baron to tho Interior Journal for having in Nicholasvillo of lung trouble. Jerry M. Cookscy has been ap- know the splendid man. And to know While he hnd been confined to his Zwiedinek, the Austrinn charge, asktho Friday's issue article "Bo Careful in Act and Speech" Good for, pointed postmaster at Grundy, Pu- him was to admire and respect him. bed for only about a week, his con- ed for passports yesterday for himWord came several days previous dition hnd been such that ho had not self nnd his staff and the Austrinn you, Mr. Walton When the Euro- laski county. Lee Huffman, n Somerpean war broke out , 1. c. over two that ho was in a critical condition, been nblo to leave his room for consular force. American Minister admits that if unrestricted subma- ycar3 ago, I, so to say implored my set mnn, will run Golden Dawn but his friends horn nnd olsowhnro months nnd his suffering was intense. Stovnll reported from Berne that Austria had nnnounccd tho break in hoped that there would bo a change Bright's disease nnd diabetes rines war should prove a failure Ger- people from the pulpit, to refrain Springs this season. J. M. Adams, known as "Bill," is for the better, but they hoped in combination thnt even his made a relations to tho American embassy many lost. from talking about war. This, I have strong in Vienna. Seizure of all Austrian Clubhouses, stables and grnnd-atan- done repeatedly and the more so dead at Brodhcad, where he was a vain, for he grew weaker and weaker constitution could not withstand, merchant. until tho end came. For some time nnd the end enmc, as all who knew ships in American waters wns immedof the Belmont race track, in since our beloved country is involvBcrca College is preparing to Mr. Willis had been troubled with his condition believed it would. De- iately ordered by tho United Satos the outskirts of Brooklyn, were burn- ed. I hnvo done all I could in this ed, .entailing a loss of $175,000. from the pulpit and also in con- ndopt military training ns a part off carbuncles nnd that ailment with a ceased was 81 years old and was born Treasury Department. Whnt seemingly is the commencecomplication Gorman insurance companies versation with members of my own its preparedness program. of other troubles in Wayne county. His John Gaylor was shot and fatally brought about the end of as clever a Henderson nnd Mincrvn parents wore ment of a big offensive by the Britin the United States will not flock and members of the other deCoffey nnd ish forces in France is begun along a be interfered with, according to a nominations, I met with. Of course. wounded by Shelby Samples at a man ns over lived and as good a citi- they belonged to n large and splen- fifteen-mil- e line extending from Lens zen as could be found. proclamation issued by President I do not know and am not account- dance near Uorbin last week. did family so well known and influZalem Harris, aged 21, was killed Col. Willis was born in Madison ential in the county of hia nativity. to tho village of Wilson. able for, what their respective pasSo great was the demand for tors have done in this line. Neverthe- near Knox county lino nnd William county Dec. 0, 1848. Ho lived in that For years Mr. Coffey was a promi- lying to the southeast of Arras. On Easter flowers in Louisville that less, with all my warning and ad Poindexter, another youth, is arrest- county, where he served as sheriff nent business man in his native coun the entire lino big gains in terrain nnd then postmaster, until ho came ty and coming many florists sold out by monishing and advising, there might ed on the charge. ho ran a have everywhere boon mmln. Hnnvw J. J. Martin, one of the best known to Crab Orchard some 15 years ago. store at Crab to Lincoln, for years. casualties have been inflicted on tho and closed their doors against be. as in every fold or flock a black Orchard sheep found. So here, in regard to and most highly respected citizens Crab Orchard Springs was in a run. Later he moved to Stanford, where Germans and in addition prisoners customers. of the Scaffold Cane section of Rock- down condition when ho took charge for a long time he had charge of tho running in tho thousands 5,816 alAlabama negroes are organizing n this. of the place, but soon he revived it St. Asaph regiment of volunteers which they There may be some, who want to castle county is dead. later he ran ready have been counted nnd groat Henry Higgs, a Nicholasville mer- until it was made one of the most the Coffey Hotel. Still the building quantities of war material were capplan to offer bodily to the War De act smart and cannot, though preHouse in partment. Three companies already tending to be Christian, obey. Let chant, was robbed of $30 while he popular summer resorts in the State. where he died. He was a good busi- tured. The operations are still in nave been assembled. them pay for their smartness. An- looked down the barrel of a 44 In Large crowds have gathered there ness man; stood well in this commun- progress. Reports of German intrigue to each summer since he became mine-ho- ity and had many friends who arc The retail price of flour in Louis- other class whenever they open their the hands of a negro. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Stokes, of and frequently the guests ex- saddened because he is no more. stir up disloyalty and sedition among ville Saturday was advanced to $12.-3- 5 mouth, they put their foot in. Anhave been called upon to give ceeded the capacity of the big hotel. Thirty-tw- o a barrel. It is expected to reach other set, and there is no remedy for years ago, he was married the negroes of the country arc conold daugh- He was a born hotel man. Every per- to Mrs. Maggie Saunders, widow of firmed in a report completed by Ros$15 before July 10, when the winter their disease, for they know all. If up their bright son who came to his place was his Walter G. Saunders. The ceremony coe Conkling Simmons, of Louisville, there should be some one or another ter, Margaret Stokes. wheat becomes available. John R. Boreing, of London, friend and remained so, the bonds of was said at Richmond, where Mrs. national leader of his race, telling Two men were killed and three in- of the German ponulation or Gerinvestigation jured when the packet Tell City col- man descent, United States citizen or confined at Bccchhurst Sanitarium, friendship growing stronger as the Saunders then lived. On the last day how n lided with a lock wall at Dam No. not, acting in speech under present Louisville, by order of the court Ho years went on. He never forgot a of May 1916, that good wife was laid made by him showed the utter failto the i? a son of the late Congressman Vin face nor a name and had a pleasant away, and since, Mr. Coffey's decline ure o these plots. Dr. Simmons has detrimental 19, in the Ohio River, at Little Hock- circumstances word for all. His big heart was full had been rapid. There never was a placed the information in the hrnds honor of the U. S. flag and govern- cent J if 10 ig. ing, O., and sank a total loss. J. C. Williams, of Garrard county, of love for his fellow man and he more devoted husband nnd wife than of President Wilson. Attorney Gen& Nashville and ment put him rather in the insane The Louisville other railroads are getting ready to asylum, than in the detention camp. had the misfortune to lose three was happiest when he was making Mr. and Mrs. Coffey and it was pre- eral Gregory and Secrotary of Wnr barns by lightning. Ed Gaines, the others happy. But here is an appeal to the build branches in Eastern Kentucky dicted that his death would soon fol- Baker. A landing by Russian troops on Generous almost to a fault, he low hers, and the prediction came citizens of Lincoln county. clever insurance man of Lancaster, and arc assisting in that way in the As I am the oldest pastor (that is who carried the risk, paid the loss will be missed by the poor; the church true. He never fully recovered the the coast of Asia Minor has been afvast coal lands. development of the following day. will miss, him in attendance, counsel blow and it undoubtedly hastened fected from a torpedo boat in the During the remaining 13 days of holding tho pastorate) here at At the residence of Dr. G. B. Law- and contribution; the town will miss the end. Four children survive him, Black Sea. Tho operation was carriI allow myself to step forthe special session of the General ed out Assembly of Kentucky much work ward. Now listen, go to the court- rence, near Level Green, Lloyd N. him as the safest of the safe council-me- n and they are bowed down with grief. Termeh, at the mouth of the River 180 miles west of Trebi-zon; the community will miss him as Thoy are: Mr. Walter W. Saunders, remains to be done, and heated de- house and find out what little trouble Maret was married to Miss De Lora and a bates are expected on license tax is caused by the German population, C. Brown. The bride is a daughter of it would no other man, but he will of the First National Bank, Miss Ella was burned. Turkish observation post Ten Turcish sailing be missed more in the home he loved May Saunders, of this city, Messrs. here in this section. They will and the late Dr. Stephen W. Brown. measures. so greatly and where he was in turn Robert L. and Joe Lynn B. Coffey, vessels with valuable cargoes were The Presidential proclamation de- must answer you, that all is peace- Mt. Vernon Signal. lelegraphers on the northern and loved by as true a wife and family as who call Stanford home, but who are captured by the Russians nnd taken claring Germ i insurants, companies ful. But here, there are some parties Trebizond. may continue in business in this who call themselves, natives, and it southern branches of the Q. &. C. the writer has ever known. God grant traveling salesmen. The Interior to At country, but cannot send any of seems their sole and only aim is. railroad were pleased Friday over a that that good wife and the children Journal joins their hosts of friends tary a conference between SecreMcAdoo and Democratic their funds outside the United whenever or wherever they meet a li per cent, pay n increase. Three will be given strength to withstand in depest sympathy upon their irre- in Congress it was decided toleaders place men will the blow that has been dealt them. parable loss. The devotion of them all States, was formally promulgated by German, or German descent (U. S. hundred and before Eld. J. G. Livingston, who knew to Mr. Coffoy was great, but that of looking Comrress earlv WialnHnn citizen or not) to work him about tho get $7.61 more a month. the State Department. to the immediate issue of a Miss Bessie Lawhorn, a pretty and Col. Willis well, said in Miss Saunders was especially Herbert C. Hoover will be asked war, till this poor fellow's blood is popular Yosemite girl, was married Journal office Monday: the Interior ful. No daughter could have beauti- huge loan to Entente Governments. "Tho death done "by the Council of National Defense boiling. There are proofs and wit in Danville The proposal will be pressed through Oslast week to is her to head a national Committee on nesses. Why not stop such scoundrels borne, of Dayton, O. The Roscoe is a of Mr. Willis the a distinct loss to the more for him father nor sacrificed Congress as speedily as possible. The county and bride State but especially more for of their actions. Only one more inthan she did. She knew amount, as yet Food Supply and Prices to stimulate stance I would like to bring n undortermined, probis it a loss to the East End of the that he was more comfortable when out of sister of Jason Lawhorn, production and to prevent speculaseveral and wish and appeal again to here, but now an undertaker in Som- county, for which section he has she was with him and she gave him ably will approximate $5,000,000,-00tive prices. Mr. Hoover had charge the good done so much. Wo can ill afford to her time and attention at the loss of citizens. erset. of the distribution of American sup- It is a lie,and much The Administration's plan proMiss Gladys Matherly. of the Mer lose such a man and his removal is her physical being. Night after night but harm might be plies in Belgium. she went without sleep in caring for vides that the United States shall not done with evil consequences. Proof cer Girls' Canning Club, has been ap- in the nature of a calamity." proffit by one penny in lending monGovernOnpiessional leadivs and Many people called at this office him and no wish he could make wns on hand A certain young man from pointed to take charge of the canning ment i fl trials have taVoi up the leg- Highland spreaded a confounded lie club work in Leslie county at a sal- Monday to inquire about Col. Willis not gratified. May sho receive her re- ey to the Allies. Bonds of tho Entenislation required to plai'e the United about the Ottenheim people at ary of $75 a month. She is 19 years and when told he was dead, express- ward in the hereafter if not here. te Governments to secure the American States on n war foori.i.? for disctn-si'.- n in a certain store. I call old and is said to be the youngest ed sincere Tegret. He frequently Deceased was a member of the Chris- same loans will be accepted at tho Undo- present plans and bv this man a confounded liar and ex home economics instructor in Ken- came to Stanford and made addition- tian church for a long time, but in bonds interest rate as the American - i 'gislatio'i bear. il deferring a domestial friends '."each trip. "Pa," as the latter years his physical condition pect tho ofiiecrs of Lincoln county to tucky. Refusing to surrender their vessel the regular session, it is hoped to see to this matter, for out of a little Judge Sam Hooker, who married youncer'Jolks'callpd him, was always was such that he could not attend to the American authorities, the crew pass all the rpocial legislation need- thing a big concern may be built up Miss Nannie Kennedy of this county, surrotmdea by an interested group regularly. ed by July 1. search history, please. This High- has recently been appointed one of when he came to town. At the late home at 3:30 Monday of the German auxiliary cruiser blew up and sunk the vessel Besides his widow, Mr. Willis afternoon Dr. M. D. Early read a pasThe arrest of sixty alleged ring- land man was spreading, that the Ot- the Supreme Court Commissioners of leaders in German plots, conspira- tenheim people are gathering arms, Oklahoma. Judge Hooker is original- leaves three sons, T. Chenault Willis, sage of seripture and offered a pray- in the harbor of Apra, Island of cies and machinations in the United munitions, etc., etc., and of course ly from Logan county, this state. of Nicholasville, J. D. Willis, of St. er, after which Eid. Joseph Ballou, Guam, Saturday, killing one GorStates was ordered by the Attorney the storage room for same is right W. E. O'Sullivan, aged 42, took his Louis, George Willis, of Fort Worth, a life lime friend of the deceased, man officer and one enlisted man. Twelve officeis General immediately after President under the Catholic church. Well, all life in a fit of despondency at Leb- Texas, and Mr3. Daniel DeJarnette, made appropriate remarks over the made prisoners. and 321 men were "Wilson had signed the war resoluthis stuff is laughable and all my anon. He had been in poor health of Milford, Va. They were all pres- remains, which were later taken to News of the sinking of the ent when the end came. tion. Every man whose arrest was friends at Stanford know better than for some time. Buffalo Springs cemetery and laid by That Col. Willis was ready for the the side of those of his wife. Dr. Anna Relief Commission's steamship ordered is a German citizen, is known this, but as I said ibove, from words Fostencs, with a $350,000 carend, there is no doubt. He said very Early offered a short prayer at the by the Department of Justice, it was spoken by such a confounded fool, as WITH THE CHURCHES. go of foodstuffs, while on her way about dying, but said, to have participated actively in this Highland Jacob, a sensation The Sunday School at Mt. Xenia little whom ho talked assured those grave. The active pall bearers were: from New York to Rotterdam, was Gorman intrigues in this country and might be caused, undeserved and of will be reorganized Sunday after- with that all was E. R. Coleman, George II. Farris, R. well. He had long been a member of B. Woods, Dr. T. W. Pennington, E. leceived at the office of tho commisis regarded as a dangerous person to evil consequences. Let it be under- noon, April 15th. sion in New York. be at large. Names have been with- stood, that nobody here is looking Mass meeting of all church work- the Christian church, was high up in T. Pence, Jr., R. T. Bruce. The honThoso who can held. for trouble and we do not want to ers at the Baptist church on Sunday. Masonry and belonged to several orary ones were: Messrs. R. L. Por- t.'j wovVi',; rh-n- afford to pay not should finance ter, J. C. Hays, George P. Bright, M. ' c war, asserted Morris Hillquit, cause any trouble. We want to be April 15, at 3 P. M. The purpose of other secret orders. MOTHER! GIVE CHILD of The funeral will be preached at D. Elmore, J. P. Bailey, J. N. Mone-fe- Now York, loyal and true to our Flag U. S., and the meeting is to plan for temporary chairman, in "SYRUP OF FIGS" IF the Crab Orchard Christian church to show you, that we, Catholics at Sr. Day, May 6. Go. .r.iling to order a special session of TONGUE IS COATED Ottenheim, are true citizens, we' Dr. D. H. Starns. of Lexincton. at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning by the National Convention of the Sohave ordered a nice Star Spangled preached a most excellent sermon at his pastor, Rev. Cleo Pervis, after LIFE CERTIFICATE cialist party. If Crois, Feverish, Sick, Bilious Banner, that shall beat any one that the Christian church Sunday morn- which the remains will be taken to Mrs. Henry D. Phillips, who has To Clean Little Liver And is put up in this neighborhood. What ing. A laigo crowd was present, not- Richmond by auto and interred in been a teacher in Lincoln county for tion, determine their physical condiBowels the Richmond cemetery at 3 o'clock. many years, showed the writer on surveyGovernment experts began a the other denominations are doing is withstanding the inclement weather. of the German merchant vesimmaterial to me. But I am sure they Rev. H. L. Louisville, The Masons will have charge of the Saturday a life certificate sels seized at New Yoik, the officers love this "fruit laxative," are all loyal and true nnd if there is who held an Winburn, of meeting at burial. Children interesting which she had recently received from and crews being transferred to tho and nothing else cleanses the tender one or the other of my or their the Baptist church two years ago, The Crab Orchard InstrucSuperintendent of stomach, liver and bowels so nicely. members not doing the right thing, quotes scripture to show that Chris- will be II. G. Skiles, Morris M. Per- tion V. O. Gilbert. It Public that she immigration station at Ellis Island. means Gen. Pershing states that reports A child simply will not stop play- well then sav with our Lord on the tians kins, Dr. George W. Lyne, W. D. up arms have to take another ex- issued ing to empty the bowels, and the re- cross: "Father forgive them for Kaisermay take qualms of against the Newland, W. C. Pettus. U. G. Hat- will never to tench in public schools. show at department headquarters conscience. without amination the border situation to bo quiet sult is, they become tightly clogged they do not know what they do." Rev. R. N. Simpson, pastor of the field, R. L. Collier, J. Thos. Cherry. There are very few life certificates and indicate that German are not with waste, liver gets sluggish, stomAlvin Corneli-so- in the country and Mrs. Phillips js displaying hostile activity. MobilizaThose at Richmond: Greetings, Chrisitian church at Harrodsburg, ach sours, then your little one beW. L. Arnold, J. W. Arnold, R. naturally very proud of that she is tion of the Texas National Guard has REV. FATHER LEO, O. S. B. and at one time pastor of the Chest-,ncomes cross, half-sicfeverish, don't Street Christian church at Lex- L. Arnold, C. H. Chenault, James the possessor of one. She also showed been completed. sleep or act naturally, breath is bad, CLEAR FIELD FOR PHELPS DeJarnette, J. several certificates one bearing tho ington, has been extended a call to DeJarnette, George Cuba has declared that a state of system full of cold, has sore throat, Lilburn Phelps, a lawyer of James- become pastor of tho First Christian S. Crutcher. signature of Rev. J. A. Bogle, who war exists with Germany. Tho action stomach-achor diarrhoea. Listen, town, Russell county, who served in church at was school superintendent some 30 of the Cuban Congress was unaniJlothcr! See if tongue is coated, then the lower branch of the 1914 Legis- he declined.Birmingham, Ala., which SPOKE TO GOOD CROWD years ago. bhe also has one signed mous and carries out tho proposal of give a teaspoonful of "California lature, appears to have the call on H. Collins, of Madison Thomas The Missionary and Syrup of Figs," and in a few hours the Republican nomination for Rep- Institute, which begins Educational county, spoke hero to a good crowd by Mr. Bogle's daughter, Miss Kate rresiucnt juenocai. Uogle, of Hustonville. at the First President Wilson threw the weight all the constipated waste, sour bile resentative in tho disBaptist church this afternoon, prom- Monday afternoon on "Farming and of his influence in favor of army and undigested food passes out of trict, and it is hardly probable that ises to be a veritable the Importance of a County Agent." FIVE GENERATIONS plans based upon the draft system feast the system, and you have a well, he will have opposition in the August things. The first service will of good He made a capital talk and told of be held Mrs. Margaret Hocker, the aged yesterday and made it plain to Chairplayful child again. primary. Thore was some talk of Mr. 3:30 this afternoon and the next the many advantages to be derived mother of President J. S. Hocker, of man Dent, of tho House Military Millions of mothers give "Califor- Phelps in connection with tho race at 7:30 tonight having a mnn in the county to tho First National Bank, is tho eldest Committee, that it was his opinion at and so on during the from nia Syrup of Figs," because it is per- for State Senator in demonstrate farming in a practical of five generations. In other words that tho safety of the nation hangs Sixteenth Saturday fectly harmless; children love it, and district, but it is said tho preferred week exceptbeonno services afternoon. and way a man who Mrs. Hocker is a on the draft system. Ho opposed any There will then but it never fails to act on the stomach, to go back to the House. ho tho usual service will be held at had studied the subject and given News comes rrom Kansas compromise with the advocates of anu uoweis. liver night. Rev. W. L. Brock, who is a much time to tho practice. Tho Fed- City that a baby has been born to the tho volunteer system. Ask your druggist for n Sundny school "exnert." sneaks this eral government pays half of tho daugther of Richard H. Logan, which GETTING UP PETITION bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," agent and thoso makes tho fifth generation of that the TWO OUT OF THREE DIE A petition about as long as your afternoon and tonight; on Wednes salary of thatfarm which has full directions for babies, tho Trouble came thick nnd furious to arm has been signed by those citi- day atternoon and evening C. a. countieshalf. An have them payfarm family. Mr. Logan, who is a son of children of all ages and for grownexperienced other George a ups plainly printed on the bottle. Be zens of the city who object to .the Leavcll, on B. Y. P. U. snecialist. willt, agent commands a salary of $1,600 Dr. P. W. Logan, of Knoxvillo, i3 tion of Goins of tho Needmoro secRowland this morning. Ho Thursday Dr. F. W. county, where a y in seat road between Som- speak; ware of counterfeits sold here. Get to $1,800. Mr. Collins gave reason well known his this was spent. His and his wife awoke to find their onof Danville, will life the genuine, made by "California erset and Stanford being changed as services, his theme beingconduct botn why no county could afford to be portion of " Keywords dead friends hero send congratulations on ly child, a boy of Fig Syrup Company." Refuso any planned by tho road department of Success in ono in his little bed. Tho child had been Missionary Conquest;" without his nnd seems to have im- his becoming a grandfather. Tho plan is to abandon the hill just 29-- 1 other kind with contempt. hearers that ho was right. suffering from an attack of measles over North Main street and cut on Friday W. M. Stalllngs and Dr. pressed apn for several days. The through tho bottom and intersect M. B. Adams, of Georgetown, will The following committee was tho SOME EGGS THESE SPRING pointed to present a petition to mother could not stand the shock Mrs. R. L. Berry, of Hustonville, with the Crab Orchard road at Col- discuss Baptist Orphans' Home and farmers of Lincoln county nnd then Spring is looked upon by many as nnd while caring for tho little body, Christian Education, while on tho who thinks that the Single Comb lege street. Somerset Journal. last evening of tho institute cither to tho fiscal court for an allowance the most delightful season of tho dropped dead. Tho two will bo buried Brown Leghorn are about tho only Bryan or Dr. W. D. Powell will of $900 per year for a county agent: year, but this cannot be said of tho in tho same grave, while tho lonely ones, sold 300 eggs for setting pur- WHY CONSTIPATION INJURES E. O.on damp wea"The Budget and Missions." Messrs. W. P. Grimes, W. P. Given theumatic. Tho cold and pains which husband and father will tread life's Tho bowels are the naturnl sewer-ag-o talk poses Monday. Tho people evidently vv ther brings on rheumatic pathway alono and wonder why system of tho body. When they Tho public generally is invited to all and . O. Walker. saw her advertisement in tho I. J. are anything but pleasant. They can Providence has so dealt with him. meetings and last week. And besides this sho re- become obstructed by constipation a of thesecongregations uembers of all INSOMNIA be relieved, however, by applying Tho poor follow has the sympathy of ere especially ceived n check for $24.45 from Men- part of tho poisonous matter which other Indigestion nearUr always distrubs Chamberlain's Liniment. Obtainable all in his great distress. del, Groto & Co., of Cincinnati, for they should carry off is absorbed into urged to attend them. tho sleep more or less, and is often everywhere. system, making you feel dull and eggs sho gathered in six days. This tho tho cause of insomnia. Eat n light ALFORD'S HOME BURNS SEEDS WENT IN JIFFY is a record that Mrs. Berry has rea- stupid, and interfering with the disupper with iittlo if any meat, and K. of P. FLOAT FLAG Howard Alford's homo near Gegestion and assimilation of food. This If Congressman Harvoy Helm had no milk; also take ono of Chamberson to be proud of. a short The Knights of Pythias condition is quickly relieved by sent this office a d of garden lain's Tablets immediately aftor sup- swung a handsome U. S. flag have neva, burned ways South of McKinon noy, Friday together Chamberlain's Tablets. Obtainable seeds instead of a mail per, and see if you do not rest much Main street in front of their build- most of its contents. Tho family with SAFE MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN was sack full tho supply might have suf- better. Obtainable everywhere. everywhere. "Is it safe?" is tho first question to ing. They and the Masons want tho nway from homo and it is not known ficed. But as ho did not, thoy went bo considered when buying cough world to know that they are patrio- how tho firo originated. medicine for children. Chamberlain's SEN. MONTGOMERY PRESIDED in a hurry and many who have calltic. SPOILT HIS EASTER CAKE ed for them were disappointed. Tho Cough Remedy has long been a favSenator Charles F, Montgomery, BIG WHEAT SALE into the orite with mothers of young children of Liberty, prenided over tho Senate I. J. hopes that Mr. Helm will send of Some scamp broke McKinnoy homo Col. Samuel T. Harris has sold to Henry Wilcher SatLOVED MRS. ALCORN as it contains no opium or other nar- Friday in tho absence of Lieut. Gov. moro seeds and that he will be ablo urday night and at a "Aunt Mary" Jones, an old colored J. II. Baughman & Co., 2,600 bushels cotic, and may be given to a child as Black, who was not nblo to bo pres to send enough to go the rounds. Be- A cake which hadstole lot of flour. been prepared for woman who had known and loved of wheat at $2.25 per bushel. This confidently as to an adult. It is pleas- ent, (jov. uiuck was overcome by fore Friday's paper was through with Is the biggest and best wheat salo Mrs. ant to take, too, which is of great smoko in the Capital Hotel fire and printing calls for seeds were being Easter was also ruined by the mis- youth, Jams upW. Alcorn from to her that has been mado in Lincoln county atcame from Somerset importance when a medicine must be was not able to leave his room the made and this was kept up until the creant. in years. tend her burial Saturday. last package was gone. given to young children. This remedy day following. The Ohio Valley Pulley Works at is most effectual in relieving coughs. Collector and Mrs. J. W. Hughes, $1,000,000 A bill appropriating Let the I. J, supply you with en- - Aaysville offers to its every employe colds and croup. Obtainable evory- Richard Olnev. secretary of State enlisting in me army tau casn.ana "for national defense ' was passed of Danville, are at Martinsville, Ind., where, under Cleveland, is dead at Boston. ' graved cards. his job back when the war is over. by the Iowa Senate. for the baths. DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Passports have been handed to the Gorman Minister to Cuba. There arc 2,329 dry counties in the United States lo 0G8 wet ones. Patriotic meetings held Sunday in Baltimore Rained numerous recruits for the United States navy. A Chemnitz, Germany newspaper Austra-Hungarn ds well-know- n rc-ga- rd Hcnin-Sur-Cojeu- l, mid-afterno- st Mon-ticell- o, i semi-offici- al well-meani- d, sixty-seve- well-know- 0. well-meani- Way-nesbur- g, - 1 un-.t- Cor-mor- nn Bel-gia- n ? e, first-cla- ss Pall-Beare- rs n, ut k, e Casey-Russe- ll te 50-ce- nt inter-count- Eber-hard- nine-month- s, heart-broke- car-loa- small-size- d i.V' Km t - ; The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, April 10, 1917 I he interior Journal J. H. Wright Pre-Emineh- ce E. C. Walton and Vnltrtd at tht pnitrftoe at Stanford, Jfl.i ureond clan mall matter. Both issiirs n week, per yesr......... $t 80 , 1 00 Twloe n week, for 8 mnntht... . .78 work, for 0 Twice 40 Twli'c n werk. for 8 innnilm 1 OP Onre n week, either lump, per yesr... Suli'crlptloiu lire cih to nil: P per utopii wncn time inr wmen it is paid, i l' In Safety 1-- Subscription Rates monlhs.... BOYS' j i VER since this Bank was established, in pre-eminence 1870, it has maintained in safety for deposits. Its Management has carefully guarded every avenue leading to any risk or possible loss and the Bank has come to be known as a safe, sound institution. It has constantly lived up to the reputation that it enjoys and assures positive safety for all de- The Interior Journal l Mtthorlted to on nounce the following candidates for office mi 3al 'ect to the Democratic primary the nrtUr In August, 1917. (Announcement fee for ench county oIKce is flOj for dljtrlcf of Bee, $15; for city or maftfiitcrlal office $S No announcement win De maae until tee if p In advance ) Political Announcements. flt CLOTHES Mothers are more particular about the LITTLE FELLOWS clothes than she is about her own. The LITTLE FELLOW must go well dressed if dad has to wear overalls so we say to the MOTHERS: We have these LITTLE MEN'S suits in serges, fancy wor-steand cassimeres, at $3.50 to $12.50; in all sizes 5 to 8 years. Bring the boys in we can fit them. ds For State Senator JAY W. HARLAN J. R. MOUNT. For Sheriff J. H. LIVINGSTON, For County Judge M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE M. S. BAUGHMAN W. S. DRYE. H. CLAY KAUFFMAN posits. New depositors are assured the same security and satisfactory service that present customers receive. For County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY. For Representative H. G. SKILES. For Jailer W. S. BURCH W. B. HANSFORD The Lincoln County National Bank The Lincoln Trust Company Under same Management as Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KENTUCKY For Aaaeiior W A. nAURON. GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMKK JOHN J. MOSER 1 JOHN C. PEPPLES. For Magistrate 1st Dist. J. N. CASH J. T. DUDDERAR For Magistrate Hustonville District SAM M .OWENS. McRoberts & Bailey type-writing, book-keepinp. ANNEX ICE Shop-Perfect CREAM PARLOR NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS We serve Cream; Soda Water with pure fruit flavors. Call and see us. Adams Bros., F-E-E-- D-S Hustonville We are Headquarters for PURINA FEEDS PURINA DAIRY FEEDS More Milk. PURINA MOLASSES HORSE FEED More Vim. PURINA FATENA MOLASSES CATTLE FEED More Fat. PURINA PIG CHOW Greatest Hog Grower. These Feeds are giving the best results possible. Place your der today. Sold only by All corporations are not soulless. The steel trust seems to be willinjr that its employees shall enjoy some of its record breaking profits, when it announces that it will increase the AUTO SERVICE anyvmsre; day OUR WAR RESOURCES SCHOLARSHIP to Smith's Busiwages of its 250,000 employees ten Much talk has been indulged in or night; reasonable prices. Call ness College of Lexington for sale per cent. May 1, making 40 per cent, cheap. Good till March 1, 1918. 14-4about the preparedness of the United phone 234. T. H. Eads. increase since February 1916. short-han- d, Course, States for engaging in a war with a j FOR SALE A fine Jersey cow: a g and banking. Eddie Editor H. V. Bell, of the Anderson foreign power. By this preparedness splendid milker. For further infor 29-lHustonville, Ky. News, is a candidate for Representa- we do not refer to a strict military mation call Dr. John Cook, Stanford. FOR SALE I have for sale a lot 29-t- f. tive of Anderson county and every First-clas- s of seed and member of the newspaper fraternity preparedness, actual army and navy FOR SALE Good Buick touring you hemp seed. middle man's save the profit. in the State would like to see him strength, but to the resources of the car of 1913 make; four cylinder and See me once. win. If it were possible the newspa country, which will figure largely in all right. Will sell at a bargain if Bryant at New Call or phone J. W at Stanford Drug Co. per Doys wouiu ueaaen over me line our carrying on a war. Commercially taken at once. E. T. Pence, Jr. 29-3- t. 29-2- t. Phone 13. and vote for him. LOST One Gabriel exhaust horn speaking, we are better prepared for LOST between Stanford and Rowfor about It is the duty of every one to do war than any other nation on the long. automobile, returned threeO.feet land, on Saturday, March 31st, a Reward if to P. all he can to bring the cruel war earth. red hog, weighing about 135 pounds. 28-2To summarize the items of our Dinwiddle, Morcland, Ky. that has been thrust upon us to an A reward will be paid for the return early and successful close. You can preparedness, they may be listed as FOR SALE A used Overland help to raise food for those who bare follows : of same to Nunnellcy's stock yards. automobile, in first-clatheir breasts to the balls and dig poT. W. Jones, Stanford. 28tf We have 113,000,000 people. to dig condition. A bargain if sold at tatoes if you arc too old Our stock of gold is as large as once. Adams Hv trenches. llu.-ivilla, ustf HEMP TO BREAK Have 200 the combined gold reserve of France, S. C. W. LEGHORNS of quality. acres yet in the field; have plenty of Some of the collegepresidents are Russia and the United Kingdom. Can furnish eggs for the next 30 brakes. Men make as much as $5 per pacifists of the rankest order. Not production is greater days for 75c to $3 per setting from day; will need good plow teams; will Our pig-iro- n so, however is President Hibben. f than that of all the rest of the world pure bred trap nested stock. Satis- pay highest price: can board and Princeton University. He has linked faction guaranteed. Mrs. T. M. house them. Josh Jones, Stanford, his name with the immortals by re- combined. Moreland, Ky. 29-- lt Ky. 23-t- f marking "I am for peace at any Our copper output is twice that of price and the price now is war." the rest of the world. p. ss or San-didge, or- Stock Pen Phone No. T. W. JONES 1 Residence Phone No. 176 Wear Good Clothes You might as well wear good clothes while you're at it. People respect you for it. You'll respect yourself. You won't need to spend a great deal of money or to have your clothes made. Simply drop in and try on what we have to show. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky ::::: Disc and Drag Harrows 1 and corn planters, walking and riding cultivators at 2-ho- rse W. H. HIGGINS Main Street Stanford, Ky. Our navy ranks third among the HERE AND THERE navies of the woild, with 151 fightS. Sandifer is dead at ing ships and a tonnage Gconre of 1,097,-00Danville, aged 87. Dogs killed five sheep for Thomas Our merchant marine has a gross Metcalf, of Boyle. The April term of the Boyle cir- tonnage of 8,470,000. cuit court is in session. We have only 50,000 regular and merDavid Hirsch, 100,000 partially trained militia chant, is dead in Louisville. Lou- troops but we have 21,000,000 availDr. R. P. Taylor, isville physician, suicided. able men between 18 and 45 and Volunteer offers from more than are eligible for service. to a dozen large steel manufacturers We will soon have $2,700,000 reduce prices on steel needed by the guns. navy for construction work, result- worth of ing in a saving to the Government of more man ?io,uuu,uuu, were receivBIDS FOR SCHOOLHOUSES ed bv Secretary Daniels. On the first Monday of May in "I'd spit on the American flag," said John Hurnrick, ap;ed 21, in a Stanford, the County Board of Edusaloon at Waterbury, Conn., and in cation will consider bids for some a few seconds ho was bound over in s to be erected. For $1,000. At Bristol, Conn., Frank plans see Wm. Matheny, Stanford, flag." Piedro said "to hell with the Ky.; Wm. Landgraf, Waynesburg, He was civen three months in .jail. charged with Ky.; Nathan Hall, Waynesburg, Ky.; Cnrl Richmond starting an account of $000 in the J. W. Hughes, McKinney, Ky. 27-Fnvette National Bank at Lexington with a cold check and beginning to State of Ohio, City o. uledo, draw out immediately in large Lucas County, es. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he amounts, was given four years on an indictment of obtaining money Is senior partner of tho firm of P. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In ths City under false pretense in circuit court. of Toledo, County anil State aforesaid, Net earnings of the Louisville and and that said firm will pay the sum of HUNDRED DOLLARS for each Nashville railroad company for the ONE every case and Catarrh that cannot be vear ending ueccmbcr 31, laio, cured by the useofof HALL'S CATARRH which compares MEDICINE. were $10,902,810, FRANK J. CHENEY. with $8,15(1.901 for the previous Sworn to before mo and subscribed In presence, vear, according to the report or tne my C. 1886. this 6th day of December. A. W. GLEASON, Board of Directors made at the stock- A.'Seal) Notary Public. holders annua meeting. Hairs Catarrh Medicine Is taken InFederal Judnre Joseph Buffington, ternally and acts through the Blood on of Philadelphia, in addressing a he Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send group of men about to be admitted for testimonials, free. & CO.. Toledo O. F. J. CHENEY Sold by all druRKlsts. V,r. to citizenship, informed them that Hall' Family PUN fir any person who knows of treason ngainst the United States and keeps it to himself is guilty of treason. It THINGS WE WOULD LIKE TO SEE A hat for the brow of a hill. is like receiving stolen goods, the A belt for the waist of time. . Judge said. A pair of suspenders for breeches Charles Balmut, a shoemaker, of German descent, appealed to the po- of trust. A pair of gloves for the hand of lice at Winchester for protection, claiming that threats of mob violence Fate. A sleeve for the arm of tho law. lmd reached him because of alleged A ring for the finger of conscience. f!!Floyal utterane3 reguruiitT: the A pair of shoes for the foot of a United States Government. Balmut is a naturalized American citizen mountain. A cap for the head of navigation. ml i"s"lnims any feeling or utterance of disloyalty. 0. well-know- n well-know- n anti-aircra- ft school-house- 2t mwL taMS fP "' NsalaBnSfSSSllllllllllllfliaFSHaBaaV J ' aaaaabtt SalaaaaV lilllllllllllBlaV JjM i" bLHHIILIB aV TatswaaaaHaaaaaHLHIIV' SflaLIV Dutchess Trousers I The best made, why should you buy another brand, when these are better by test. 1& We have received our Spring Oxfords for the men and ladies. 1& Panama Hats, Silk Shirts, all new Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goods. Ice Cream Freezers Refrigerators, Oil Stoves, Lawn Mowers j buy now before they go higher. -- FARMERS' MEETING Logan's Creek church is planning to have several meetings this summer for tho betterment of the social JsPHesBHBIHKciw nnd agricultural conditions of tho iEMEP1 community and have settled on tho tho1u . SEE- first meeting Saturday afternoon at 1:30, April 14. Charles D. Bohanan, head oftho department of Economics and Education of tho Kentucky Agri- cultural Experiment Station, will lectuic. Everybody interested is in- It fw VIIVU I CENT-- A 4a IU UU George H. Farris The I. I J. is only $1.50 a year twice a week; $1 for once a week. SALE Corn. FOR Mrs. John 28-Buchnnan, Crab Orchard. Ky. Plans are being seriously considerMILK COWS For salo at $05 ed by tho congressional leaders to doublo postago rates as a war rev- - and up, Paul Finch, Crab Orchard. ' icnuo measure. An ordinary letter Phono 13-under tho plan proposed would reFOUR COWS and a Shetland pony, quire a stamp and a postal good ones, for sale. M. S. Baughman, card would cost 2 cents. Stanford, Ky. t MAY RAISE POSTAGE a ft..inh.tHl JIIUSUIIl. (Aril here r 1 crm a word with order: dp ao leu than WO.0 -- AO ach lune,) !) 25- - lunr, rath RATES 2 J. 29-2- t. nt ROBINSON'S 29-3- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, April 10, 1917 Get The Thrift Habit by opening at once a Savings Account with 6,000,000 Corns lifttd Right Off I Try 2 Drops of Magic "Gets-It- " Thcro'n a wonderful difference bo tweon Rotting rid of a corn now ana tho wny tlicy used to try to got rid or nvo years niio, oi ii oniy una lour revolutionized corn jAta.it" history. It's tho only corn remedy Thfc First National Bank per cent interest on same 3 V HflaaaaaV It will pay you Saving like spending is a habit a habit that always brings wealth. COOD ROADS LEAGUE The people of tho Waynesburg section have organized n Good Roads League and will do all in their power to have better thoroughfares in their end of tho county. R. Y. Bal-Irr- d was chosen president nnd Floyd SLnnper, secretary and treasurer. Thleague will ask that the road ma. hme and engine bo furnished them awhile this summer, the member promising to do the rest of the work without compensation from the county. A committee was appointed to see nftcr every road lending to waynesburg ns well ns others in that part of the county. The move is a mo't commendable one and much good should result from it. Mr. Monroe Thompson, who was here Monday, rays that the people of his section are in earnest about having bettor loads and they will spare neither time nor effort in securing them. - HEROIC REMEDY Tho physician to whom tho Irishman had applied for relief from n stomach ailment asked on the occasion of his last visit: "Have you been drinking the very hot water nn hour before each meal, ns I directed? If so, how do you feel now?" "Doc," said the Colt, "I tried hard to do it, but hud to quit. I drank for thirty-fiv- e minutes, and it made me feel like n balloon 1" Bank Opens 9 A. M. Bank Closes : P. M. How "Sao? Just 3 Drop nf Oetn-It- .' Tomorrow I'll Jut JVclTlmt Cora Off and It's Gone t " IMflbt today that nets on tho now principle, not only of shriveling up tlio corn, but of loosening tho corn off so looso that you can lift It right oil with your llnucrs. Put 2 drops of "Gets-It- " on that corn or callus toKy. night. That's all. Tho corn is doomed sure ns sunrise. No pain, or trouble, or soreness. You do away once nnd for all with H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier J. S. HOCKER, President bandages, salves Try and Irresponsible what-not- s. S. T. HARRIS, C HAYS FOSTER, Asst. Cashier get It "Gets-It- surprised and loso a. corn. " Is sold everywhere, 25c W. W. SOUNDERS. Ind. Bookkeeper a bottle, or sent on receipt of price by V. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, Ilk Sold in Stanford und recommended as the world'a best corn remedy PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Mr. A. G. Eastland, of Louisville, by The Lincoln Phnrmacy and The is in the city. 11 The Woman's Club will April Mr. Will Beck is quite ill at his 'inv Drug Store. meet in Miss Burch's studio at 3 P. home on the Hustonville pike. M. Miss Allie Yantis, of Lancaster, is Mr. April 17 Woman's Club Minstrel the truest of her cousin ,Miss Lottie today. G. B. Cooper is in Louisville 29-- 3 at the opera house at 8 P. M. Carson. J. J. Painter, wife and children arThe Misses Hnyden, of Boyle, at- rived today from an extended WestLittle Miss Bessie Clay Farris has tended the burial of Mr. Joseph B. ern trip. Coffey here. the measles. Mr. Robert Goode, of Pcrryvillc, is Mr. J. W. Brown, of Mt. Vernon, spending a day or so with Ins sister, J. H. Turner has been at Stearns days. for several attended the burial of Mrs. J. W. Al- - Mrs. B. D. Carter. Mrs. Emma Daniels, of Lancaster, corn Saturdav. Attorney Joseph U. Jones came i Dr. M. C Heath, of Richmond, has was here Saturday. - been the guest of his daughter, Mrs. down fromhisPincvillc to attend the Mrs. F. B. Barnette, of Hustonburial of relative, Mr. Joseph B. t A. ville, was a visitor here Saturday. H. Severance. Coffey. Joseph Walter has been quite sick Mrs. C H. Keeton, of Williams- Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Noe were in for several days from the measles, burg, has been the guest of relatives Somerset last week to see twins a A. H. Bastin, a splendid friend of and friends here. boy and a girl that were recently Miss Edith Welburn came home born to the wife of his brother, A. C. this paper, was over from Lancaster Monday. (from Millersburg Millitary Institute Noe. Mrs. wm aeon, pi iincinnau, is i tor master vacation. Miss Elizabeth McElroy, of Springguest of her sister, Mrs. E A. G. T. Smith, of near Brvants. field, arrived today to be the guest the ville, was the guest of J. L. Beazley of Miss Margaret Shanks. Miss McReinhart. Mrs. Thomas J. Oaks, of Garrard, Sunday and Monday. Elroy is Miss Shanks' room-mat- e at Mr. James H. Pruitt is quite feeble Science Hill. mother of Ed Oaks, of this city, is reported ill. here at the home of his aughter, Monroe Thompson, of WaynesMrs. P. E. Kemp, came up to at- airs. w. u. welburn. burg, has been in Jackson, Madison Dr. A. K. Caldwell, tend the burial of her relative, Mrs. the well-kno- and Owsley counties taking oil and Waynesburg physician, is gas leases for a Fairmount, W. Va.f James W. Alcorn. 4Joc Hill, James Cooper and Sam "sporting" a new Ford. oil company. Emory, C U. boys are at homo for Miss Maggie Rankin left yesterday Mrs. Will Shanks, of Stanford, is for Richmond, where she will take a spending several days with her sisa few days' vacation. Madisonville, has course at the State Normal. Mr. Ramsey, of ter, Miss Ollie Baldwin, who 13 ill at Miss Adelia Russell came home the Good Samaritan Hospital. Lexbeen the guest of Miss Frank Waller TWO CANDIDATES HERE were for several days. from Lebanon nnd spent Saturday ington Herald. Messrs. J. R. Mount, of Lancaster, Mrs. L. D. Jcnnnings, of Danville, and Sunday with homefolks here. News has been received here of and Jay Harlan, of Danville, senaMrs. Ida Burns and sons, Russell the arrival of a little son at the torial candidates, were here minglwas the guest of her son, Ben Jen-ninand wife Saturday. and Albert,, of Covington, have been home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Schoene, ing with tho voters yesterday and Mrs. Frank Rout went to Louis- the guests of Mrs. Sallie Scott, near of St. Louis, Mo. The mother was ppch seemed to be satisfied with his ville Saturday to be the guests of her Goshen. formerly the attractive Miss Ida day's work. Both of them did lots of Misses Gertrude Wilkinson son, Beverly Rout and family. and Moore, of this city. g and were on the go Fisher came over Mayme Singleton returned to RichMrs. Samuel Miss Elizabeth Hunn went to from early until late. H. (J. Saturday to see her mond yesterday after a few days' Frankfort Monday to attend the fun- Kauffman, of Lancaster,iIr. was not from Danville D. Phillips. stay with homefolks. parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. eral of Mrs. Henry Moore, who drop- here and hence no speaking was inreturned Mrs. J. L. B. Coffey and son, Wil- ped dead Sunday afternoon at five dulged in. Mrs. J. W. Williams home Friday night from Cincinnati, liam Shelby Coffey, came from o'clock. Mrs. Moore frequently visit0., to attended the burial ed Mrs. A. P. Hunn of this city and where she had been for several days. EASTER WAS A BAD DAY Mrs. Kate Stigall and B. T. Gog-gi- of Mr. Joseph Coffey. The weather Easter was about the the news of her death was received William Bryan, a student at Mi- here as a great shock. worst imaginable. It rained most of of Somerset, attended the burial the day nnd he wind blew a gale. of Mrs. James W. Alcorn Saturday. llersburg Military Institute, has been The good women wh" had procured Miss Allie Russell Fish was the at homo for a few days with his par- BIG CROWD FROM WAYNESBURG guest of her aunt, Mrs. S. D. Coch- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bryan. A half dozen car-loaof Waynes- Easter bonnets arid Easter dresses, Mrs. E. E. Davis and children re- burg people were here Monday to had either to wear them in the rain ran at Lancaster Saturday and Sunturned home yesterday after sever- see Judge Bailey and the other mem- or save them for Setter weather. day. Miss Alice Alcorn came up from al days' visit with her parents, Mr. bers of the fiscal court about getting Many chose the latter horn of the diHowever, the braver ones Cave Springs, Ga., to attend the bu- and Mrs. W. B. Ovcrstreet at Parks-vill- e. the road machinery to help them on lemma. their road work which they propose came out in their best bib and tucker rial of her relative, Mrs. J. W. Al M. E. Pruitt, of Millersburg, was to begin as soon ns the weather gets and were real visions of loveliness. corn. Baker Walls, who is a guard at the guest for a few days of his par- good. the School of Reform, Greendale, ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pruitt at MRS. CORDIER BUYS HOME spent several days with his family the home of their daughter, Mrs. W. Hughes & McCartv, the hustling AN INTERESTING SERVICE D. Welburn. here. estate men, sold this morning The G o'clock prayer meeting held realMrs. Addie Cordier for Ewalt Miss Minello Pruitt, of Morelnnd, Mr. Samuel G. Castello, of Boyle, to family of was the guest of Miss Ida Holtzclaw by the various young peoples' socie- Givens his property on East Main spent several days with the city at the Presbyterian his relatives, Mr. and Mrs. John N. Monday night. Miss Pruitt left Tues- ties of the Easter morning was well street for $1,250. Mrs. Cordier will day for Richmond, where she enter- church on Mcncf cc attended and interesting throughout. occupy the home and move to it at Rev. Alfred A. Higgins. of Louis- ed Eastern State Normal. The young people who took part and once. callMr. S. T. Roberts, who was a ville, attended the burial of his aunt, Mrs. James W. Alcorn here er Saturdav and paid for his I. J. whobeworked for the success of it, are GANN SALE TOMORROW congratulated. for about the fiftieth time, said that to Saturday. Quite a crowd from this section will attend the sale of J. P. Gann. Mr. and Mrs. S. Logan Stephen- his wife had been ill for the past THE MINSTREL APRIL 17th. son returned Monday from a visit to week or more with asthma. three miles west of Hustonville toMiss Sadie Chadwick, of Crab OrWhat promises to be the best morrow, Wednesday. A good lot of his sister, Mrs. W. M. Hobson, of chard, who has been visiting her sis home talent entertainment given in stock, feed, etc., will be disposed of. Campbellsville. M. B. Eubanks many friends were ter, Mrs. S. W. Fife, will return to this city in some time will be See advertisement. glad to see hira here from Boyle her home Saturday, accompanied by the Woman's Club Minstrel to bo Perkins. Winchester given here on Tuesday evening, Monday. He has been quite sick, but Miss Byrd STORE BROKEN INTO April 17th, at the opera house. The Sun. The store of G. H. Floyd nt Geis getting all right again. W. A. Yeager, who has seen em- troup is composed of about twenty of neva, a mile South of McKinney. W. C. Yocum, of Ludlow, who is visitinrr relatives in the McKinney ployed as store manager for the the young men of this city. Good was broken into a few nights ago section, dropped in while here Mon- Sterling Coal & Coke Co., for some singin and jokes. Go hear what they nnd between $75 and $100 worth of 29-- 1 day and subscribed for the I. J. tobacco, coffee, flour and meat stoltime, has resigend his position and have to say about you. en. Mrs. J. T. Blankenship went to has cone to the Harlan Coal fields, COL. ELKIN BUSY Barbourville Sunday to remain a where he has accepted a similar poHALL PADGETT few weeks with relatives and also to sition. Middlesboro Three States. Colonel M. F. Elkin, State ComMiss Lula Hall, aged 21, and Lloyd Mrs. Martin Welch, Mrs. John S. mander of the Maccabees has returnlook after some business affairs. "I do not want to miss a cony of Wells, Mrs. James Bean. Misses Bes- ed from Eastern Kentucky, where ho Padgett. 26. both popular young peoyour paper. It is like getting a letter sie and Nannie Read, Miss Margu- organized twenty-fiv- e charter mem- ple of the Waynesburg section, were from home," writes A. C. Alford, of erite Fox, Mr. Gus Rogers, Mrs. Rob- bers at McVeigh, a small town near joined heart and nana nere rriaay, Danville, as he sends $1.50 to pay for ert Hogsett and Miss Amelia Yerkes the West Virginian line. Colonel bi-kAttorney L. B. Herrington, of were some of those from Danville his I. J. to April, 1918. will go Saturday to Mt. WashingFrank Cain, on the F. Reid farm, who attended Mrs. J. W. Alcorn's ton. Nelson countv, where the tent is Richmond, will accept the vice preshad four sheep killed and several burial Saturday. to have a big jollification as a fea- idency of the Kentucky Utilities Co., Representative W. G. Gooch was ture of the initiation of a large class and will move to Louisville. more injured by dogs Friday night. Mr. Cain was fortunate enough to be at home from Frankfort and attend- of new members. Commander Elkin ed court hero Monday. He thinks it will deliver the principal address on able to kill the canines. MONEY LOANED TO FAR- Mrs. J. F. Neighbors, of Louisville, nrohnhln that the work of the extra the occasion. Lexington Leader. MERS ON EASY TERMS was here a short while Sunday with ordinary session will be finished bey limit expires and her sister, Mrs. W. K. Warner. She fore tho WOULD JOIN UNION BLUE Whereby they can pay back a was pn route to Garrard county to savs it is possible that it may bo comAnother gratifying examnlo of small amount each year paying off visit her parents, Mr. and Mre. J. B pleted this week. tho U. Bourne. Mrs. W. C. Wilson was cnllcd to loynlty was demonstrated at Little interest and loan at a low rate. These loans are made through the Jo1"' 5 Baughman, candidate for Lexington by phone Thursday bv S. Navy Recruiting Office, Leigh sheriff of Boyle, was a caller at this Mrs. Faulkner, superintendent of Rock, Arknnsas when Mr. J. L.applied Union Central Life Insurance Company of Cincinnati. Ohio, nnd enn be office Monday. He savs he is in the school of Fayette county, to teach of 1511 West Second Street race to win and that his chances are tho remainder of tho session ono of for enlistment in tho U. S. Navy. Mr. paid off and retired at any time. No delny and red tape required to very bright. Mr. Baughman has nam the higher branches of n nublic school Leigh requested that ho bo enlisted Bat-tlesed John w. Webb, of the west tuna there. Mrs. Wilson is tnking tho placo pt onco nnd sent to tho largest ves- secure these loans; no joint responsibility with somo other farmer. nfioat for service on that of Bovle, and Louis Krioner, of of a teacher who is ill. Tho owner of n small farm has the Junction City, as his deputies. Mr. Miss Julia Hltrgins. of Richmond, a sel, and he was grcntlv disappointed Baughman is very popular hero and very close friend of tho Willis familv when informed bv tho Recruiting same opportunity to protect himself has many friends in this county who ha3 been at Crnb Orchard several Officer that ho exceeded the requir- by n long time loan on as easv terms wouM like to see him Boylo wounty's davs with them. Sho was in Stanford ed ngo limit by fortv somo years, ho as tho borrower of millions. Wo wil' loan you S500 or $50 000. vcurs of nge. sheriff. Monday accompanied bv Mr. George being sixty-nin- o There is no excuse for n borrower Mr. Leierh is a warrior of experwife, of Fort Worth, Tox Jon Vnrnor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis nnd Cnnfed-nrt- o w'th a good farm to bo embarrassed D. Willis, of St. Louis, nnd ience, having cn'tcd in tho W. K. Warner, of this city, writes as. Mr. J. his debts. Armv from P!Miurr"h, Pa.. th"t ho h"s Miss Martha Miller, of Nicholasvillo. ind havine-- t ho ri'o of thirteen by We lonn moncv on farms in every served for four years, boy arrived at d A fine left the Wcstinghouso people and is Kencounty jn Central rrH. 185, now nBorfntiMl with Charles N. Ilnvs' the home of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Ilnm-ilto- n which ended in Apnomattox. under tucky on easier nnd and outhern than It js better terms at 2:30 this morning, and has General Lee, nt in these fines of any other concern doing business in nowor equipment plant at Pittsburgh. Ho has charge of ono of tho been named Allen Scott Hamilton. mo"t togrMif"inn' lovnl snirits in tho he Sta.tb. Writo or call nnd seo us nt find "iioh offices of tho big concern nnd is Tho little fellow came like a thief in need 805 Security Trust Building, Lexingdrawing n salary of $80 por month. the night but ho was a very wolenmo "Boys of 1801" mI such an - -'nyv ' rir voinrmi ton, Kv. He has a stengrapher at his service visitor, as Grandfather N. W. Fowl BURT SIMS, Ulst. Manager. t..h- fld n like J. A. Allen it- - 'oh 1, and nnn nf tho best fitted up offices and 29-- lt of 1917" nse will cheerfully admit. V' in his city. 1 The First Nation al Bank Stanford, Vice-Preside- nt toc-eatl- .... CITY OF DIRTY WINDOWS London is n city of dirty windows. This is especially true of the windows of the large ofilce buildings and the hotels. Women cleaners have been employed but they have confined DRY HOLES SO FAR work to tho windows nearest Mr. Monroe Thompson, who has their pro'i.ibly secured more oil lenses the ground. Most of the work is nt than any other man in the county, dangerous heights and the insurance wn here from Waynesburg Monday. companies have refused to insure W about the oil situation there, ngninst accidents to women window he ild: "We have found only gas so ".r. Seven wells have been drilled cleaners. on the Albert Schulcr farm but they are .nil dry. Considerable gas has been Miss Jeannctte Rankin, the woman fouiid but the much sought for oil Congressman from Montana, has aphas not been forthcoming. Ono of the wells was 'shot,' but a further pointed a woman as her secretary, test was not made and it is not yet Mifcs Florence Leech, of Valier, Mont. known what the result will be. The Fi.liT Oil Co. has another drilling otitlt on the siding at Waynesburg A DELICATE GUILD nn'i will soon begin work on some of the Daniel Boone Oil Co. leases near Made Strong 3y Our Vinol Vi"nesburg." is Mr. Thompson Faycttcville, N. U. "My little (laugh-to- r hot ful of finding oil, but admits was in poor health, delicate and tint there has been n good deal to di rourage those who have been mak-i- so weak it made us very uneasy. I heard about Vinol and decided to try it nn effort to locate it. and the results were marvelous; her appetite improved, s!ic gnined in weight, WHO'LL BE NEXT? ij now one of the following is a list of those who andtown. Mothers ofhealthiest children delicate children ha1 e contributed to tho Woman's in Vinol." Mits.Goi:io.-Ji:ssuClub, the purpose of which is to re- should tryU Vinol a constitutional remedy imburse tho members of it for the appetite, aiild diloss sustained by the fire. Other Mhich creates an pure, healthy blood. gestion ami names will appear as donations nrc All children makes Ulcu it. Try it on love to made : our guarantee. Interior Journal $5.00 J. C. Hays 5.00 The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Severance & Son 5.00 Rev. P. L. Bruce 2.00 W. C. Wilson 5.00 K. S. Alcorn 5.00 McRoberts & Bailey ... 5.00 T. J. Hill, Jr 5.00 I will sell at auction at 1 0 A. M. on EASTER SERVICES PLEASING SATURDAY, APRIL 14th The special Easter music at the Methodist church Sunday morning at my home on Danville avenue, and night were very interesting and enjoyable. A splendid program was Stanford, all my household and kitchrendered at each service and Dr. W. en furniture; garden tools; one cross D. Welburn preached fitting sermons cut saw; one buck saw and numerous for the occasion. All of the vocal and other things. One good Jersey milch instrumental numbers rendered were cow and calf. . most creditable but the vocal offerTerms cash. A. C. CARMAN, Staning of Miss Nancy Yeager was es28-pecially good. ford, Ky. n; r. THE DOCTOR KNOWS the rest of us know, that Tliuilh m i,0 bTK&NGili, no of the body, EXCEPT IN DIGhdTED FOOD. Drugs hnve their uses, huf th will not make the tissue needed ' fight disease and to take the plaie n the body's daily waste. ONLY FuO: WILL DO THAT. When a doctor finds that you don-- ' ont much nnd thnt what yu di rn makes many kinds of trotiWr f' you, he sets about to IMPROVE YOUR DIGESTION and to SHARJ EN YOUR APPETITE. Both these things arc equally important and one would br of rnuil use without the other. What, for example, would be th use of n splendid dipcMlmi unlcn .. C1MVIMG FOR ant ErwOYXFM POOD went with it? W it I a doctor for r.jii otitic and mij.a ieJ tigtttiu-dependon circumntunien Perhaps you have heard of th N tional Dispensatory, among f)hy cinns and druggist the Dipenaatot is n sort of prrfesoinnl gospJ, ! it contnins a list of the iiubsturcc. vegetables, animal and rniierRl, in the medical practice i this country. A description of each subtarce with an account of it medic; properties. Every ingredient used n the manufacture of ARLO. the Mb aelc Medicine, is listed in the Nation al Dispensatory. There is not ONE SINGLE IN GREDIENT used in ARLO that not noted and fully described Ii th" Dispensatory. Sometimes the is rather more technical ai peoscientnfic than ple are used to in their taJi but very often the simplest of English is employed and anybody wh reads newspapers can vrnsp it wif out the smallest trouliU. As '!' pir-'rb- lo-o- f i ' iar-gua- ge I plainly-educate- d on'-nar- ARLO is sold exclusively in ?ts-foat THE PENNY DRUG STORF E. R. Coleman, Propmtor. rd FARM LOANS FARMS FOR SALE INSURANCE D. A. THOMAS PUBLIC SALE Lancaster, Ky. get you cash on Accounts, Notes Claims, by collecting quickly any where in United States. Collcctioi guaranteed or no charges. : : : : MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Somerset, Ky. We CASH for ACCOUNTS 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS Over 3 Million Loaned Through This Offico 3t es hand-shakin- W. KING & SON Veterinarian INSURANCE BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Will locate in Stanford Cheapside & Short Lexington, Ky. about April 10th JACK and STALLION jack at I will stand my my place on the Milledgeville pike, near McCormack's church, at $10 to Insure a Livng Colt He is black with white points, fine bone and cars. Money due when DR. J. M. CASEY n, mare changes hands. Not responsible S. C. B- LEGHORN EGGS for accidents. Will also stand a good of the best laying strains, for hatchPcrcheron Stallion at $5 ing, at all times. Also baby chicks Cash, with return privileges, or $8 to when I can furnish them. For sale b insure. MRS. R. L. BERRY I ask your inspection and patronPhone No. age. W. A. HATCHER, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 2. Kentucky Hustonville, 7-- - - - L 2G-4- t. CALL AND SEE OUR NEW SUPPLY of Spring and bummer Millinery "STYLE SHOP" Dr. Price's Old Stand Stanford, Kcnlucly in 60-da- SEED OATS We have the Northern white recleaned natural seed oats. By natural, we mean the oats are not clipped or bleached. ip ten-poun- J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD. ex-mn- lo Greet.r,'"",l'r IfUCKY fc ti X 1 to V. ix ei M The Interior Journal. Stanford Tuesday, April 10, 1917 ENGINEER'S WIFE IS WELL AGAIN Prominent Frankfort Woman Has No Wore Dizzy Spalls, SAYS IT'S DOE TO TAKLAB "I now feci ns well ns I over did In my wholo life," said Mrs. llcttlo Ilor-to- n or I'Vntilcfoi t, in tolling of lior re covory to health. Mrs. Morton Has lived In Frankfort for tiio last ZG years and Is a prom iiicnt member of the Christian chinch. She Is the wife of T. M. Morton, for 25 years an cnslnocr on the FrankMr fort and Cincinnati railroad. Morton Is 01 e of tho best liked rail road men In the Slato of Kentucky In tcMSner what Tanlac did for hur, Mis. Morton said: "I liad a scnoral break down. I would oftm liavu nervous spells and dlzv headachcf". I was rcstleps al night aid had all kinds of dreams vhlch made me losn sleep and this mado nie run down In llesh. Mr. Crutther, a friend who sells us recominendcd Tnnlac so "nfRhlv Mint I concluded to try It, and I shall always thank him for it. "After taking two bottles I could I tiavc a sleep soundly at night. splendid appetite now and can ea. anything I feel hungry for without feeling bad nf(enarJfi. "Heally, 1 now feel as woll as I ever d'd in my whole life. I think Tanlac Is tiio finest tonic I ever took and I am nov linvlng my husband take It for his digestion." of others throughout Hundreds Kentucky have had ihe same experience with Tanlac. If you are not feeling rUhl ect Tnninc today, as delay in health innttfu. ftoinach, bloating Dizzy nnd bclohlnjr, had ta3te In the mout'n. lack r.t ambition and that seneral run down feelii g aro signs that nature needs help to get the system back in fdinre. pio-duc- Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stanford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. Coleman, Proprietor. Tanlac can now be obtained in following ncaroy cities: Morelar.d, Abraham Minks; Uustonville, Adams Bros.; McKinncy, True & Co.; Joe McWilliams; Middleburg, V. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros.; Brodhead, John Robins; Lancaster, R. E. McRobevts; Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. A. Horton. Ellis-burg, BASE BALL SEASON OPENS (From The Lincolnian, tho Stan-foi- d High School Paper.) Spring practice for baseball nnd trcck started last week on Thursday with a good bunch who were stimulated by the opening conditions and a hopeful desire to add their names to the squad. All showed eagerness toward their pnit in making a championship team.- - The ground was in very good condition and the equipment of the field is in first class order. Preparations have been made for showers and the dressing room lias already been occupied by the applicants for their clothes. No finer prospects ever presented themselves on the local field. More than 30 applicants have presented seemed to be in such spirits that they could hardly be restrained from doing themselves injury by too strenuous practice so early in the season. Track work this year is taking on themselves for honors. Everyone more spirit than any previous season. A large number practicing for base ball will devote extra time to this branch of athletics in which Stanford has been so successful in past years. The fine weather of the 15th of March was what the squad had been looking forward to for some time. Although late in beginning practice Coach Todd hopes to have the teim in condition for tho first giinie on April 3rd, with Lancaster, if successfully arranged. Captain Emhry was greatly encouraged with the showing of the now players in their practice eas it will not be so easy for regulars to hold their former positions as has heretofore been the case. There are several recruits who promise to add greatly to tho strength of the team. The backfield position by last year's is nbly represented men, Cash and Spoonnmore, botfi of whom seem to be very much improved in batting. On the pitching staff there are such men as "Invincible" nnd. "Smoky" Tucker. AlKmbry though Embry pitched comparatively few games lust yeur, he ably proved himself to bo the most effective man on the staff in pinches. He also has the honor of being one of the best fielders on the team. Embry with his curves and Tucker with his speed will be in shape to baffle any tenm on the schedule. In short stop there is Clem Hill of last year's team and u with the assistance of Cover and tliis position will be secure. First base is now in possession of Tucker, an old man, who will do u part of the twirling this season and M. Unughman is also trying out for this second was left vacant Iilucc. Sinceof last year's men, it will loss be filled with more difficulty, however, Ed and Pat Tanner, with a little Bupport from J. Wnlter will hold clown the keystone bag. Third base ill be the scene of a hard fought b Me. Spoonamore who shows much tit ?y as infield man will divide at fX' of his time thecatching and will vacancy caused ideuvor to fill last i,y the loss of Bryan-Perk- ins c.i'a star. "Baby" Roynolds, a premising recruit from Illinois, is. Bal-lo- FARM AND TRADL TEMS OTTENHEIM THE ANNUAL HORSE SHOW The nnnunl horse show wna not up Hogs went to 10 cents nt Chicago Mrs. Gus Jcntch is very ill nt this to the nvcrngo in number but what Friday. writing. was lacking numerically was mndc R. C. Rogers sold to J. C. Pcarco Mr. James .Meredith, of Brodhead, up in quality. Only four cquine3 a team of horses for $240. wns hero Tuesday. were exhibited but they were good U. T. Sclby sold to A. K. Day 12 Mr. B. Meredith, of Cincinnati, wns ones. head of cattle for $34 a head. visiting friends. J. Carrol Bailey showed his handDenhnm sold to H. C. Ruble here T. J. Enrl Russol hns finished hnuling en some chestnut gelding, Rowland mule for $110. off his now ground. No. C053, under saddle nnd II. B. Peal, of Nicholasvillc, pur- lofri Emil Honzon nnd wife mndo a Mr. mnny friends for the popular chased a cavalry horse for $110. made trip to Stanford Saturday. horse. Rowland Peavino was sired bv R. E. Gaines sold a bull calf to J. business Ben Ilmso attended prayer Mr. Rex Peavino, he by Rex McDonald W. Cummins, of Pulaski, for $75. Friday evenand he by Rex Denmark. His first J. Archie Bell, of Shclbyville. sold meeting nt Ottenhcim ' dam Bourhonistc, wns n full sister to 50 Jersey cows at nn nvcrngo of $85. ing. Chnrlcs Godlnnd and Miss Ac- Bourbon's Best, and was by Bourbon W. P. Kincnid bought of C. 0. ' nfr wore Chief, by Harrison Chief, by Clark Singleton n horse for ros SchulerFriday visiting friends nt night. Ottenhcim Chief. Rowland Peavino is not only $150. The farmers were busy hauling n good individual but an exceedingly Reynolds Bros., sold to H. C. RuSchmltz broke horse mule for fertilizer Fridny. Will two smooth gnltcd horse nnd has n won- ble a trips. tho record by making derful future. He wns foaled in 1912. $100. has contracted Mr. Ofcar Bless Bleucher, Kentucky's champion II. Baughman bought of A. R. J. haul twenty-fouMntheny 28 head of cattle for $59 with Mr. Jim Russell to to Mavwood. r road hor?c, ns Mr. V. B. Burton cords of bugwood him, was shown under hal- a head. Mr. Will Schmltz, Annie Schmitz Lady Walnm. Hill, the Lexington ter. He is one of the speediest sons the Lizzie of Silent Brook nnd is a grand indi- wonder, hns just laid her 94th egg in nnd Miss Mrs. TdnStickler wore has Kearns, who guests of vidual. A proven breeder of style and 94 dnys. several dnys. speed, ho has rendered himself very E. S. Collier, a farmer near Col- been on the sick list forwho has been Mr. Ernest Stickler, hog popular with owners of good brood umbus, Ind.', sold an working in Cincinnati, hns returned mares, for he never fails to bring n for $100.50. home nnd will soon be busy about good onel Bleucher is making the L. P. Nunnelley sold to P. H. season at the stable of his owner in eleven head of cattle for nine his farm work. The farmers of this section, have Lancaster at $20 to insure n living cents n pound. colt. F. Reid sold Inst week to a Chi- been very busy tho pretty days plowing and doing other spring work. A Robert R. Fox. of Garrard, had a cago party a gelding by Dorsey lot of early potatoes hnve alrendy good horse in Wilsondalc 39162. This for $275. fellow is a handsome one and has n T. L. Tucker bought of Charles been nlanted nnd nbout a thousand 4 on a half mile Dean, of Garrard, a pair of draft more bushels will be planted this record of 2:20 spring. , track nnd a trial in 2;14. He is a horses for $425. mahogany bay, stonds 15.3 hnnih T. C. Rankin bought of John M. marc LIFT YOUR CORNS and is the sire of 17 in the list. He is Cress n pair of by Abcll, ho by Advertiser, he by mules for $280. OFF WITH FINGERS Electioneer. His dnm is Mantun W. B. Maynnrd sold to J. H. MurMnkcr, dam of 11 in the list, by Rex phy, on the Uustonville pike a cow TelU How To Loosen A Tender Corn Wilkes, he by George Wilkes. Wilton-dal- e and calf for $70. Or Callui So It Lifts Out was "herd in old Kentucky," but Emmett Burton sold to Henry hns been owned in Maryland for sev- Murphv 2G cattle nt $32 a head and Without Pain eral years. He sold as a yearling for 12 at $30 a head. $1,G75 nnd even at that age was a W. R. Gaines sold to J. M. Cress You reckless men and women who sensational trotter. He is owned by 38 hogs that weighed 141 pounds nt arc pestered with cornst and who Henry Jones of Lexington who show- $13.50 a hundcrd. bought of T. have at least once a week invited an ed his good judgment in placing him Miller McCormack in Mr. Fox's hands for this season. W. Jones n bunch of short yearling nwful death from lockjaw or blood poison are now told by a Cincinnati He has been shown 27 times and has cattle at $32.50 a head. use a drug called worn 25 blue ties. Josiah Anderson, on the Somerset authority to the moment a few drops which A horse for gentlemen ns well as pike, sold to John M. Cress six head hogs nt 13 cents a arc applied to any corn or cauus tne one for other purposes was shown by of soreness is relieved and soon the en J. Nevin Carter. His Kentucky Gen- pound. Baughman, Jr., tire corn or callus, root and all, lifts Smith Morgan tleman was in fine trim and made a good showing. Although Mr. Carter bought of R. E. Gaines a registered off with the fingers. Freezonc dries., the moment it is had not begun to "clean him up" un- Shorthorn heifer, heavy with calf, corn shrivels V applied, and simply inflaming the even til a week or so, his hair was in fine for $150. or bought of George or callus without condition and he was sleek and trim. Frank Martin or Kentucky Gentleman is by Chester Moore a heifer for $25. Mr. Martin irritating the surrounding tissuewill skin. A small bottle of freezone Pcavine and like the Pcavine family sold to K. L. Martin a cost very little at any of the drug is good under tho saddle and elsehorse for $110. but where. His grandsire was Rex McJ. Mack Hughes, of Danville, stores, everywill positively rid one's Donald. His dnm is Flora Corter, bv sold to William Shropshire, of Lex- feet of cailus.hard or soft corn or If your druggist has Red Squirrel 53, by Black Squirrel. ington, a sorrel mare and a sorrel hardened not any freezonc he can get it at any That Mr. Carter ha3 a grand horse in gelding for $750. Kentucky Gentleman no one who has farming by a group wholesale drug house tor you. Ztf-- looked him over will gainsay. He did of Louisville merchants will be enHARRIS' CREEK not brintr in his great Perchcron stal- gaged in this summer. Potatoes nnd Mrs. Bertha Benedict is ill with lion, Voltaire, but is standing him at onions will bo the staples. R. L. Smith, of Brodhead, sold the grip. the low price of $15 to insure. Chris Driesler sold a bunch to the here yesterday to Phillips, of Marion same party. EIGHT FOR SHERIFF county, 20 yearling steers at $27 and Andy Feistritzer sold a cow to E. at 7 The race for sheriff of Graves to Jack Edwards a A. T. Nunnelley sold to J. O. Hill, R. Galbreath, of Junction City. hogs county has reached considerable prosold bunchof portions, eight well known Demo- of Garrard, four Jersey calves for to Matt DrieslerCozatt,a of the Parks-vill- c Seltsam & crats having qualified as entrants for $00.50. Mr. Nunnelley also sold a section at 10 cents a pound. the prospects of several more before thin cow and calf to Ike Shelby for The dogs of this neighborhood, gong sounds in the August pri- $50. the G. II. Floyd, out on Hustonville are having a feast- off of the remains mary. The eight aspirants who have a cow that route No. 1, sold Emmett McCor- of Miss Dora M. Galloway lost. so far announced arc J. Henrv Martin, of Shelby's .T. N. Harris, Skaggs. Art Brand, mack a cow for $58.20 and to A. F. Branch, has come home from Buck-hortwo heifers for $G0 and a Blufe Williams, R. L. Pigue. Wnde Edwards where she has been attending Barton, W. E. Norman and W. F. calf for $20. Perkins, of Garrard school. Mrs. Lucien Nunley. There are a half dozen candidates for County Clerk of Graves county, bought the Margaret C. Ball farm near Preachersville. There are county. Louisville Times. 55 acres in the farm and the price HOW THIS MOTHER paid was $0,000. NO INDIGESTION, GAS, Monroe Thompson, of the Waynes-bur- g Got Strength To Do Her Work OR STOMACH MISERY section, sold to a Tennessee Fair Haven, Vt. "I was so nervous IN FIVE MINUTES party the farm on Crab Orchard creek in the Southern end of and run down that I could not do my housework for my little family of three. "Pape's Diapepsin" Sour, Lincoln for $800. For George Murphy & Company, mil- I had doctored for nearly two years Acid Stomach, Heartburn, lers, have closed a deal with Earlv & without help. Ono day I icad about Dyspepsia Daniels, of Cincinnati, for 2,000 Vinol, and thanks to it, my health has bushels of wheat at $2.27 per bushel, been restored so I am doinr all mv Time it! In five minutes your sour, to come in May 1st. housework onco more. I am telling all acid stomach feels fine. No indigesB. G. Fox. of Danville sold to J. my friends what Vinol has done for me." tion, heartburn, or belching of gas, II. Goggin, of Hubble, a Mrs. James II. Eddy. or eructations of undigested fond, no mare mule for $185 and to G. P.. Vinol is a combination of famous dizziness, bloating, foul breath or Swinebroad, of Lancaster a pair of tonics which wo guarantee to build up the weak and headache. mare mules for S3G0. Pane's Diapepsin is noted for its Kearns, Caywood & Patterson, of The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. speed in sweetening upset stomachs. Clark county, bought 1.500 lambs at It is the surest, quickest nnd most 11 and 12c for June, July and AuPUBLIC certnin stomach antacid in the whole gust delivery. They paid the latter world, and besides, it is harmless. figure for most of them. Having sold my farm, located Millions of men and women now Severe damage to winter wheat eat their favorite foods without fear has reduced the crop this year to three miles west of Hustonville, they know Pape's Diapepsin will 430,000,000 bushels, according to known as the John Steele Carpenter .ave them from such misery. the estimate made Saturday by the place, I will on Please, for your sake, get a larae Department of Argiculture. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11th liftv-cecase of Pape'f Di.inepsin Paul Finch bought of John Rich- beginning at 9:30 A. M., sell the folfrom any drug store and put your ardson n saddle horse stomach right. Don't keep on being for S150 and of George Boone a lowing: ' miserable life is too short you bunch of feeding hogs nt 11 cents a Mules Ono pair are not hero long, so make your stay pound and five yearling cattle for mare mules, 15 hands; one pair agreeable. Eat what you like and en2 mare mules, 15 joy it, without dreail of acid fermen- $122.50. W. M. Gaunce, wno lives on Col. tation in the stomach. S. T. Harris' farm lost by death a hands; one mare mule, PepcV Diapepsin boiongs in your 1G hands high; all well broke and home anyway. Should one of your valuable brood mare a few nights She family eat something which don't ago. died got a leg hurt in the stablp good workers. from the effects. The mare Three brood mares in foal to jack. agree with them, or in case of an at- nnd in tack of indigestion, dysepsia, gas- was heavy leastfoal to a jack and was One Percheron filly, coming two $150. tritis or stomach derangement duo worth at J. A. Veatch & Co., Harrodsburg, years old. to fermentation and acidity, at dayThree jennets one yearling and time or during the night, it is handy have sold in the Inst few days a jack to go to Tennessee; a two aged jennets. to give the quickest, surest relief jack that went to Miss29-- 1 known. Three milk cows Two heifers, to John issippi, nnd a one fresh, other will bo soon; one Lowry, Wiimore. SUGGESTS KNITTING IN CHURCH F. and Walter Jersey heifer with calf. Knitting in church is suggested by Prices from $700 to $900. Seven good yearling cattle, good J. Weil, of Lexington, bought of M. Mitchell, a Church of the Rev. A. Engleman clergyman, in his parish J. H. Young 18 head of cattle for stock. magazine. "Better to knit for our $51 a head; 11 head of cattle from ewes, with 39 41 head of soldiers and sailors in sermon time," J. C. Pearce at $57 a head and five lambs by their side. Robin-oho says, "than to talk and whisper, car load of fat cattle of Jake 35 hogs; weight 75 to 110 pounds. one to go this week and the laugh and giggle, flirt and misbeImplements One wagon, hay rake, have, criticise hats, gowns nnd fur others to go in June. The price is coats. Those constantly knitting private, but it is understood that it three good turning plows, four or learn to do so quite mechanically and is a war price all right. five sets good wagon and plow hartheir attention is not diverted from At Grundy's sale nenr Springfield Knitting in sermon time 18 cnttlo brought $70.75, weanling ness, mowing machine, as good as speech. d white paint, would mean a great saving of time." calves $20 to $35, mules $3G4 a pair, new, barrel maro mules $192, sows and pigs $40 barrel of black roofing paint. Tho Kaiser should nt least bestow to $G5. At Curtice's dispersal sale in Lot of household goods. the order of tho Black Eagle upon tho same locality, 30 grade cows were Corn 50 or GO barrels of good Senator Stone, who promises to look sold at prices ranging from $50 to ns much ns possible like n war eagle, $80, yearling heifers from $35 to corn. 75 bales of Timothy hny. Lot of locust posts. inasmuch ns there is nothing left to $50, calves from $11 to $30, three do but cling to the tail gate of tho pair of mules from $350 to $425, Terms reasonable and made known one pair carriage horses at $420, band wagon. Courier Journal. brood sows from $25 to $50, shouts on day of sale. J. P. GANN, Hustonville, Ky. showing up well for this place. In tho from $5 to $18, nnd ewes with lambs Col John B. Dinwiddle, Auctioneer. field no brighter prospect could be at $10 each. expected. With H. Cash nnd Noe of last year's squad and such new men CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS Hogs Receipts 4,300 head; active. as Garman, Craig, Buughmnn, We, whose names aro hereto atCooper, Grimca, Farrjs, Packers and butchers, $15.50()15.85: W. Welburn, Kd Welburu and common to choice, $914; pigs and tached will permit neither hunting, lights, $8(3)14.60; stags $812.50. fishing nor trespassing of any kind Holman. The financial condition of the Cuttle Receipts, 1,700 head, strong. on our property, and those guilty of team is very good, but it will need Steers, $7311; heifers, $710.75; doing such will be prosecuted to the the greatest possible support of the cows, $5,750)9.25. Calves Steady, full extent of the- law: student-bod- y M. D. Elmore, U. S. Traylor, J. D. for its success as well $0 13.50. Sheep Receipts, none; as for the material and encourage- steady; S7ll.75. Lambs Steady, Nave. Louis Nave, S. J. Embry, J. L. Bobbins. ment which it furnishes. S1014.75. Pen-vinfour-year-old four-vcar-old ld 800-poun- For Sale Flour Mill ol R. M. NEWLAND Headquarter fer Best and Feed Mill; Oil Engine; mill building, 24x30, thrco FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE floors; engine room, lGx22; all in good running order; close to railroad and good business. Apply to Stanford, Ky. Phone 188 and 48. THE WAYNESBURG MILLING CO. Wnyncsburg, Ky. Midget Marvel Mill; Corn To the Public: PAINTING TIT Houses, Carringcs, Auto painting nnd Ed V. Price and Co., Chicago. III. Mr t- nnd in the trimming such ns recovering tops, ficrlcnco your mrarorlnp Itcs directing advantage me making curtains, putting celluloid in orcr nne who clothe. R practical the Is not tailor. If you order, I will promise you a curtains, etc. Paper hanging a speci- will Rive me will get the alty. Repniring guns, locks, type- square deal. Tou the cheapest worth ofor your money, grades the writers, clocks, graphophoncs, sewing higher either in My prices. machines, etc. SPRING AND SUMMER order clothing I represent (ho largeit and belt msde-te- houte In this country J. J. BELDEN Shops 20 G West Main street. Phone 239. Stanford. Kentucky. line of samples Is now ready fer yoar Inspection. Can now and let me show you. HO Of x 17 1 IS.JTD LiEj V Practical STAxroBD, Tailor Ky. J. C. McCLARY d J. L. Beazley & Co. Dcn-vc- rs Gold--du- st ld Undertaker Office Embalmer Undertaker Home EmH-lme- r Phone 167 Phone 85 STANFORD. r KY. Phone 42. Stanford. Ky FOR SALE 81 2 acres, two and a half miles from Hustonville, 18 acres to go m in corn, balance in bluegrass and clover and timothy. Six springs; house; good outbuildings. Bargain at $6,500. $3,000 cash, balance 1-six-roo- free-zon- e, 125-pou- 1, 2 and 3 years. m 36 acres, all under cultivation, four miles from McKinney. Plenty house. $1,400 buys this place if taken at once. stock water; three-roo- Three acres with three-roofor $350. Easy terms. m house and good barn, near McKinney ld Lincoln County Farms Land Company JOHN L. and V. M- - TANNER McKINNEY, KENTUCKY 550-be- ef l-- 2c How To Use The TELEPHONE Did it ever occur to you that you might not be using the telephone in the right way? Do you speak sideways, above, below, or six inches away from the transmitter of your telephone? You should talk directly into the transmitter not simply at it. Keep your lips about one inch from the mouthpiece. Speak in an even tone. It is not necessary to shout. - n, 80-ac- re run-dow- SALE There is much that can be said about ' the proper way to telephone, but these little rules will help. When you Telephone Smile nt ld four-year-o- ld CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY incur puruicu ii JoK xSasrt is 3-- 4 ld d, J. E. 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