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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): April 13, 1917 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1917 int1917041301_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 13, 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. !&''"' A m mg&r f m "E"-- - WWrT- -- , 'T"5fl tr JT fens 58th Year. No. 30 . . fr t X PRBACHERSVILLE WEST END SOCIAL JUNCTIONS W. T. HJarfcnshlp sold two Iiors of On last Tuesday evening nt Al130 poundVbnch to J. M. Cress nt 12 corn's opcrn house, nt Hustonville, n cents. r hnlf dozen Hustonvillo young people Mr. J, P Rogers and family, of proved themselves to be cordlnl hosts Crab Orchnnl, have moved into the to about fifty of their friends. This liuuuc vacated by Mr. Peyton Pnrrlsh delightful social nfTnlr was in tho and family. Tnrm of nn Indoor picnic. The patri.tin. Sylvester Thompson, of Low- - otic decorations wcro beautiful, nnd 41, wns visiting her brothers, Mr. T. nrrnnged very artistically. On the W. and Mr. J. F. Payne. electric lights were benutiful. shades Ilcv. Adams li holding n mooting of red, white nnd blue, nnd from at tlio Methodist church. each twisted crepe of the snmo colors Mencfce Elmore sojd 25 05- - was hung, so ns to form nn immense liound hogs to J. M, Cress nt 10c. Tho star overhead. Tho windows nnd deal was made last fall. doors were nlso draped nnd nenr each Born, to the wife of John T. Rigs-b- an American flng had been placed. A a flue baby girl. The little miss is long table, which crtended nenrly aid to be mighty pretty but had'nt across one end of the room, wns been christened Tit last accounts. dressed by somo young laPrayer meeting nt tho Baptist dles. Tho long whlto cover, which church each Thursday evening. The wns trimmed with bands of red and Methodist brethren hold theirs on blue, extended half wny to the the floor and along the sides tiny silk each Tuesday evening. Miss Tory Anderson ha returned flogs wcro crossed. The table was from Beres sr.d will r.at return dar- loaded with good things to cat, such ing the present term. She had been as meats, sandwiches, olives, pics nnd very ill of tonsllitis while at school. cakes, nnd there Is no doubt now Mis Grace Anderson has not fully about these young Indies being first class cooks. The young ladies wero recovered from tonsllitis. Quite recently somo of the light dressed "in picnic style, carrying out fingered gontry "hooked" n nice tho color scheme. Snm McKinney's tie, which a little lady "ham off of the kitchen table at Mrs. y, feitablished J 860 :.h) 5F - Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, April 13, 1917 Judge Thomns W. Varnon, son of Judge nnd Mrs. W. E. Varnon, formerly of this city, but who for many yenrs havo lived at Ashevillo, N. C, was married In ML Vernon, N. Y., on tho 11th, to Miss Bcntrice Eleanor Uowmnrr. The bride is spoken of in tho pnpers ns being n charming young womnn, while those who know Mr. Vnrnon nre sure thnt he Is all right In very particular. Mr. Varnon wns police judgo of Ashcvllle elected somo time ago nnd is said to bo filling that important office most acceptably. At the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Holtzclnw, in the Gilbert's Creek section, nt 0:30 Tuesday evening their pretty daughter, Miss Ellen Mne Holtzclnw was united in marri age to John Webster Gooch. Only a few close friends of tho family wcro present nnd the wedding, while n pretty one, was a very quiet n flair. Eld. F. M. Tinder, of Lancaster, performed the ceremony. After the mnr- ringc the bridal party, accompanied by several friends, repaired to the home of Hon. W. G. Gooch, where an excellent spread was .enjoyed. The bride is one of the most popular women of her section and is n charming girl. The groom, who is a son of Hon. and Mrs. W. G. Gooch, is a fine young man. He is a prosperous young farmer and like his father, is n hustler. The Interior Journal joins their host of friends In wishing them n happy and prosperous journey through life together. SHORT SUPPLY OF WHEAT A. P. Husband, secretary of the Millers' Notional Federation, sends out a telegram to federations, directors nnd other prominent millers to the effect thnt the supply of wheat is getting distressingly short. He says that with normal crops of spring wheat, the prospects for the totnl wheat crop Is insufficient for our country's own consumption. He urges thnt steps be taken to put in cverj available ncre qf wheat in the north west possible and asks millers and others to wire the Agricultural de partment to provido seed even if it be necessnry to import it from Can ada. Prompt nction, Mr. Husband thinks, is the only way to avert what looks like n threatened national ij nster which would be caused by n wheat f limine The I. J. has been shown nn official letter from Mr. Hus band, who. i in position to know whereof he affirms. The news of the scarcity of this staple comes too late for this year's Kentucky crop, but it is to be hoped that it will have the effect of making the farmers hereabout pul in as much wheat ns possible this fall. CARD OF THANKS We desire to express from grateMARRIAGES Tuesdays and Fridays WITH THE CHURCHES. nan, in mionuii " """i as nt lltn nLki.lIna church Sunday morning at 10 o'clock followed by preaching services. Dr. II. A. Dawes, of Georgetown College, will preach the Bnccalau-reat- e sermon for the Paint Lick High School April 22. M. R. Gnbbart, formerly a student In Transylvania College has been awarded n fellowship in Chicago University. Mr. Gnbbart graduated from Transylvania last June and has been doing work in Chicago this winter. Ho hns many friends In Lexington and Central Kentucky. Lexington Herald. Presbyterian Church, Sunday, Ap ril 15 Sunday School at 0:55; Morn ing service nt 11, "The Call for Church Leadership." C. E. Meeting nt 7 o'clock, "The Lord's Day, the Best Day;" Evening Service nt 7:30. Remember tho union mass meeting at the Baptist church nt 3 o'clock on Sunday in tho interest of Sunday "''' I J nnliln Cemetery Wednesday afternoon at tor services nt the Into homo by her pastor, Dr. A. II. Baugh. Quito a crowd went from this placo to attend the funeral, which was a most impressive one. Dr. Bough's remarks were very appropriate and must have carried comfort to tho aching hearts of those who loved so dearly the sister and daughter who had been ruthlessly cut down in tho prime of her usefulness. Several of Miss Hocker's fnvorite songs were sung at the homo nnd nnothcr nt tho grave by a choir composed of her close friends, led by Miss Knthcrine Wnrriner. Benutiful flowers brought by loving friends mutely told of the love for her who sleeps the sleep that knows no waking. Miss Hocker WAs the eldest daughter of Mr. J.-- Wesley nnd Mrs. Jose- SAD DEATH IN WEST END LATEST WAR NEWS T .1 .. 1.1 (1 !.. ff.. I. uucKur, iuma nuu in smic oi rain ana snow ami n uiiukiuut oi Mrs. J. Wesley Hocker, died nt her Iforty-mil- e gnlo tho British troons homo In Hustonvillo Tuesday night figthing in Franco hnvo ngaln deliv-an- d was burled in tho Hustonville crod tolling blows on the German lino I on tho remaining, portion of tho Vimy Ridge in the hands of tho Germans. Tho bnd weather has extended to tho front held by tho French, nnd Thursday saw no activity there except in tho naturo of reciporal bombardments. Tho latest British gain south- southeast of Arras and to the north ', Scholl Day. Rev. J. Fagaly, of Wann, Okln., phine Hocker nnd was born a short who is here with his brother, B. L. distance from where she died. Her Fagaly, has just closed one of the entire life was spent in Hustonville, best meetings ever held nt King's where everybody knew her and loved Mountain. There wns a general her. Since a child she had been n de- k- - Everett and Clarence Anderson aro attending, school at Crab Orchard. Harry Miller has returned from school nt Bercn and is helping with the spring work. John Richardson sold a bay saddle "horse to Paul Finch for $150. Miss Lizzie Pcttus, who has been very sick is much better. K. E. A. MEETING The session of tho Kentucky Educational Association will begin in Louisville April 26th, nnd continue four days. These meetings nre doing great things educationally, nnd every person in sympnlhy with the cause of Education should try nnd attend. I desire thnt nil teachers nnd trustees, this meeting who can will attend which promises to be one of the best in the history of the association. The Kentucky Negro Ktlucntlonnl Association will be held in Louisville at the same time, and will be n great meeting. G. SINGLKTQN.'Supt. 30-- 2 J. J. Thompson's. i friend had designed was indeed cunning nnd becoming. Putting formality aside and nil out for n good time, tho crowd gathered nbout tho "cats" which were bountifully served, nnd to which all did justice. The splendid vlctroln music added a great deal to tho entertainment, Those present wero: Missea Carrie Lewis Kdwnrds, of California,. Elizabeth Stngg, Nancy Wcddle, Lyda Wcddle, Martha Tucker, Roberta Tucker, Marie Floyd, Mary, Cora and Edith Wilder, Mary Rcynlerson, Clnrn Nunncllcy, Ethel and Alice Burton, Knthcrinc Wnrriner, Mnry Hanson, Margaret and lluth Reck, Nancy Hubble nnd Mnrjoric Cock-Ingof McKlnncy, Edith Harnett, Ruby Spears, Susan Blnin, Louclln Drye, May North, Ruth nnd Grace Fields, Alsa and Vcrln Gaines nnd Messrs. Dunn Sundldge, Roper Hicks, Arthur ColTey, James Trlbble, Hugh Reid Foster and Francis Weather-forof Stanford, Charlie Dunn, Ray Murphy, Carroll Reid Allen, Murrell Reid, Thomas Metcnlf, tf Ditnville,-ArthuBurton, Dick s, d, r Nun-nclley, I It Charleston, W. Vn., has been desigClnude Dlnwiddie, Ben Pmitt, nated by the Nnvnl Armor Plato Horace RilTo, Alger Wcddle, Mnrlvn Hoard as the site for the $11,000,-00- 0 Fields, George Bnrnett, Gibson plnnt to be erected by the North, MacU Mobloy, of MeKinney, . Sam tMcKinney, Jesse RilTo, Vernon E. A. McKlntey, of Adair sold to ChildroM nnd Vnl Rose, of Alabama. Bennett & Grnsnm a" bunch of hogs Mr. nnd Mrs. L. F. Steele nnd Dr. and Mrs. Charles Hart were chape-roneat $14.05. H. Drown sold to Knrney Leigh n d horse mules pair of At their benutiful country home in the West End, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hen-r- y for $300. RnugKmnn delightfully entertain"I fenr I entered school too late. ed the Country Rook Club, on Inst "How's that?" Tuesday evening. There were tables "Why my teacher said she was for nbout twenty guests nnd ns each pretty twenty years ago." progressed n tiny Easter rabbit was SPRING COLDS ARE DANGEROUS pasted on the tally rnrils. At the conSudden changes of temperature clusion of the games n tempting miand underwear bring spring colds nd nnd ice course was served. Thoso with stuff cd up hend, sore throat nnd present were: Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry general cold symptoms. A dose of Bnughman, Mr. nnd Mrs. Willinm f, Ur. King's New Discovery is sure this happy combination of anti- RifTe, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mctcalf, septic balsams clears tho hend. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Nenl, Mr. nnd Mrs. noothcs the irritated membranes nnd Crit RifTe, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rout, what might have been n lingering Jones Baughmnn, Mr. Kohl is broken up. Don't stop treat- -' Mr. nnd Mrs. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. Cnr- ment when relief is first felt ns n Will Hocker, ' naif cured cold is dangerous. Toko penter, Misses Sadie nnd Bess Baugh Dr. King's New Discovery till your mnn nnd King Carpenter. cold Is gone. At nil druginsts. Last Saturday evening Mrs. Crit RifTe gave n sumptuous course dinLINCOLN CHIEF 0393 Sired by Kentucky's Choice, he by ner in honor of her husbnnd's fiftieth My Own Kentucky, by Chester Dare birthday anniversary. In tho center 10, by Black Squirrel 58. Lincoln of the tnble was a large boquct of Choice's dam Trixic Quick 8855, was pink carnations and ferns nnd nt by Eagle Bird 1014, ho by King ench plate another flower was placed ns n favor. Covers wero laid for sev"Eagle. en. The Invited guests wcro: Messrs. Lincoln Chief is n coming and expert horsemen say J. P. RifTe, June Hocker, James ho is sure to be the coming champion. Depp, Will Nenl, Will RifTe, McKee He will mnko tho season at my barn RilTe, Dr. J. T. Bohon nnd Rev. A. II. on the Hustonvillo and Danville pike School Day. Gov-ernmes. three-yenr-olfour-year-o- ld ful hearts our appreciation of the many kindnesses done us nnd him in the illness nnd death of husband and father. Friends nt Crab Orchnrd, Richmond, Stanford nnd elsewhere have further endenred themselves to us by their timely, generous and thoughtful deeds! It will be impossible to thank nil personally and hence we tnke thi3 method of letting them know how very greatly we nre in debted to ench and every one who hns been of help in this dark hour of trouble. Mrs. J. B. Willis and children. STALLION NOT "GELDING" Tho types last issue made this pa per spcnk'of J. Carrol Bailey's Row land Peavlnc as n handsome sorrel at $10 to Iniure a Living Foal. Those who have marcs should seo this fellow beforo they breed. Ho has been n heavy winner since ho was a colt and is better today than ho over was. Not responsible for acci dents. Breeding to other stock or trading off maro forfolts Insurance STEWART SANDIDGE, Mora-land- , Ky. 30-tf. R. M. NEWLAND Headauarteri for Batt FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Fkoa IBS and 48- - "gelding," when it should havo read stallion. How the error occurred is not lfnown, nnd tho I. J, regrets it very much. Rowland Penvine is not only n stallion, but a very fino one. He Is nlso one of the best young breeders in this section of tho State. His description nnd pedigree appear on another page of this paper. Read OLD BRODHEAD MAN DEAD it nnd seo this spclndid fellow before John J. Jarrctt, aged nbout 75, you breed. died at Brodhead Thursdny after a long illness. He is survived by three Bad Coldt From Sudden Changoi Spring brings nil kinds of weather children Mrs. Dollio Cornelius, of Tipton, Cal., and John and Owen Jar and with it como colds and tho rerctt. Luther Jarrctt, another son, who vival of winter coughs and hoarseness. Dr. Boll's will mnrricd a sister of J. J. Painter of head off a new cold or ston tho old this city, died a number of years ago. one, tho soothing balsams relievo tho The burial took place in tho Metho- soro throat nnd heal tho irritated bottio dist burying ground at Brodhcnd this tissues. Gjt uonce. Attoday and start treatment at your druggist, afternoon. 25c. Formula on tho bottio. GASOLINE STATION Tho Lincoln Pharmacy has placed In front of the store a gasolino tank and outfit and is prepared to wait on tho autolsts and' others who want "gas." Tho fixtures havo. on them two electric lights which will help form a "whiteway" for that part of tpwn. Stanford, Ky. y POSTED! We, whose names are hereto taehed will permit neitner nunting. 'Mfcing nor trespassing of any kind our property, and those guilty of - M win be prosecuted to tne extent of the law! m. D. Elmore, U. S. Traylor, J. D. te, Louis Nave, B. J. tmorv, J. h. at Sloan's Liniment For Rheumatism The torturo of rheumatism, tho' pains nnd aches that mako lifo unbearable aro relloved by Sloan's Liniment, a clean clear liquid that is easy to apply and more effective than mussy plasters or ointments because it penetrates quickly without rubbing. For tho many pains and aches following exposure, strains, sprains and muscle soreness, Sloan's Liniment Is premtply effective. have a uottlo handy for gout, lumbago, toothache, backache, stiff neck and all external pains. At drugAl-wu- ys gists, 25c. CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS Hogs Receipts, 3,400 head: steady. Cattle Receipts 900 head, steady. Calves slow, $0,00 12.75. Sheep Receipts none; steady. Lambs steady, HERE very probable that n military eompany will be organized here. Judge J. N. Menefce, Jr., wiote to VOU NEED A SPRING LAXATIVE Gov. Stanley tendering his services , Dr. King's New Life Pills will re- in the event volunteers are called nnd move the accumulated wastes of win- ho hns o letter from him stating that ter from your intestines, the burden he will more than likely be called WILL PAY $4,045.47 FOR FIRE of the blood. Get that sluggish spring upon. President Wilson yesterday isThe insurance companies will pay fever feeling out of your system, to Lincoln county $4,045.47 for brighten your eye, clear your com- sued a call for volunteers and Judge nnd its plexion. Get thnt vim and snap of Menefec will, ns soon as notified, be damages done the court-hous- e (rood purified healthy blood. Dr. gin the work of organizing a conv furniture by the fire n month ago. 1inf' KltW f.lfo Pilla n,a nnnffi pany" The estimate of the loss on the court Ing laxative that aids nature's nro- house made by Contractor J. R. Poweess, trv them tonight. At nil drug ell wns accepted In full, but a disgists, oc FARMERS' MEETING count on tho furniture wns demandLogan's Creek church is planning ed nnd GUARDING KING'S MT. TUNNEL given. Tho check will bo forthto havo several meetings this sumTho King's Mountain correspondcoming in a short while. Judgo Baient tells of soldiers being there mer for the betterment of the social ley informs this paper that he will conditions of the call the fiscal court gunrding King's Mountnin tunnel. and agricultural into session In n This is a very sensible move. An en- community nnd have settled on tho few days to take steps toward re first meeting Saturday afternoon nt pairing the damages emy of this country could do great done. damago by blowing up tho big hole 1:30, April 14. Charles D. Bohanan, MESSRS. RICE LOSE SISTER in tho ground and cutting off trans- head of the department of Economics Messrs. J. S., and T. A." Rico of tnis portation for thnt railroad company. and Education of tho Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, will city, have been culled upon to givo lecture. Everybody interested is in up their sister, Mrs. J. D. Fceney, MESSRS. SALEM BUY HOMES whoso death occurred in Lexington Messrs. Isaac and Charles Salem, vited to be present. Inst night. She hud been confined to proprietors of the Bargain store, of SHOT THROUGH FINGER her bed for nenrly three yenrs, folthis city, bought this week the two Elmer Miller, who lives out on ru lowing n paralytic stroke. Tho burial cottages on Miller street, owned by ral r.outo No. 5, was in town Thurs- will take placo In the Richmond Cem Dr. W. B. O'Bannon. Mr. Isaac Sa day to have Dr. Brown dross a wound etery Saturday Iem has already moved Into his home, in tho indox finger of his right hnnd, was 65 years' old afternoon. Deceased and besides her hus nnd his brother will move shortly. made by a 22 cartridge. Ho was cut- band, sho leaves a daughter and son ting on tho enrtridgo with his pockMiss Lizzie Feeney, of BACCALAUREATE SERMON et knife when tho thing exploded, nnd John D. Feeney, who Lexington, Tho Baccalaureate sermon, of tho resides In sending tho bullet through his finger, colored High School will bo preached breaking the" bono nenr the knuckle. California. at tho Methodist church Sunday af- The wound is a very painful onp. FINED FOR DEVILTRY ternoon nt 3 o'clock, by Dr. J. A. Cub Holmes, Tilford Compton and Boyden, pastor of the Presbyterian TAKING OIL LEASES HERE Jnck McQucary, all youngsters of church of Danville. Messrs. Joo S. Boggs, T. K. Hamiltho Morelnnd section, wero tried beWILL DRILL FOR OIL ton, and P. Deatherage, of Richmond Hugh Moore, of Boyle, has leased have taken a number of oil and gas foro Judgo James P. Bailey Thursa large area of land in tho vicinity of leases in tho Milledgoville section of day on tho charge of disturbing religious worship. The disturbance oc- Kfng's Mountnin, this county, and Lincoln. It is hoped that they will curred at a church near Morelanilf will begin putting down an oil well find a good supply of both. The first two caught ftttes of $60 each next week. and the latter $20. 'They are layJ. C. LYNN BUYS HOME A warning has been issued in San J. C. Lynn has bought of E. T. ing tho fines out In 'jail. The boys are Francisco that German submarines Pence, Sr., tho house nnd lot on East all white. are belived to bo operating in the Main street occupied by Harry Hill A big gas well' has boon found or" for $2,000. the Rains lease near Williamsburg. nwakening of tho church members, while the visible result is a large addition to the membership of the church. Rev Fngr.ly and wifo will leave next week for his home in the West, The Missionary nnd Educational Institute being held nt tho Baptist church this week has not drawn large crowds but the meetings have been highly interesting nnd edifying. On Tuesdny afternoon nnd evening Rev. W. L. Brock, spoke on Sunday Schools and told how they could bo successfully conducted. He is what might be termed a Sunday School "expert" nnd he gave the" people who heard him the benefit of his yenrs of study of the subject. On Wcdnesdny afternoon nnd evening Mr. C. S. Leavell, a B. Y. P. U. specialist, gave many valuable pointers on how io increase interest nnd do good work in that department of the Muster's vincyurd. On Thursday afternoon and evening Dr. F. W. Eberhardt, pastor of the Danville Bnptist church, m 0I , " ,. y, ,, "',. . , .'iisaiuiiuij ourn, unu llliiuc o rriCSt uiiu lulling uiik. iiu was followed by Rev. W. M. Stallings, who spoke on the Bnptist Orphans' Home, nnd of the great work being done by that' institution. This nfter-no6- n nt 3:30 and evening nt 7.30 Dr. M. B. Adams, president of Georgetown College, will speak on "The Budget nnd Missions." The doctor is n splendid spenker and is said to bo especially strong on the subject thnt he will discuss here. On Saturdny night nnd evening Rov. E. O. Bryan, secretary of the State Mission Board, will discuss subjecti concerning work in his line. The lie is cordially invited to all thse meetings nnd it is hoped thnt tho other cr.urchcs will in giving tho speakers a good ciowd and cordial welcome from now on. vout member of the Christian church and her work in the Mnster's vineyard will be remembered for years to come. Her mother's delicate condition had given Miss Hocker the cares of tUo home and right well did she discharge them. Her devotion and attention to her mother wns beautiful indeed, nnd that mother, so frail and worn by years of suffering, Is desolate today because her daughter has left her behind. God grant that she nnd the other loved ones may be given strength to withstand tho ordeal through which they are passing. This family has seemingly had more than its share of sorrow of late. Only n few yeara ago, the husband nnd father was taken; six months since n daughter, Miss Helen Hocker was called to join him, and now the mother and sons give up Miss Lou Hocker. Truly they have been tested, but not found wanting, for they arc nil able to sec through the mists a silvery lining in the hope thnt in the land that is fairer than day they will meet father, daughters and sisters, wnere there is neither sorrow nor pnin, nor trinl nor death. STANFORD'S SPRING RECITAL Stanford will be much indebted to tho locnl music clubs for promoting the Spring Recital to be given in the opera house April 25th, by selected talent from the College of Music of Cincinnnti. The evening entertainment will consist of selections by Miss SInry Moore Rnney, pianist, Miss Beatrice Baughman, reader, Miss Frances Calvert, violinist, nnd Miss Catherine Gregory soprano. The and Hawaiian instruments will bo the features of the evening. A MILITARY COMPANY liament east of Arras gave them the villages of Hcninel and Wancourt nnd adjoining defensa works, nnd also permitted them in this region to cross the Cofcul River nnd tnke tho heights on the cast bank of the stream. Tho Canadians kept up their good work on the Vimy Rldgo and made additional progress there in clearing it of the enemy. Germnn submarines have sunk during the war a grand total of C8C neutral vessels, including nineteen American, according to nn official tabulation given out by the State Department. Indians in Oklahoma under the guardianship of tho United States Government will be "drafted" into the United States service as farmers, under instructions received by Gnbe E. Parker, superintendent of the five civilized tribes, from Cato Sells, Indian Commissioner. The Government yesterday determined to call for 517,808 volunteers to serve only during the duration of the war. Holland will continue, to maintain her policy of armed neutrality, according to nn address by tho Dutch Premier in the First chamber of Par- m 41 m 1 A Unofficial advices from Switzerland and information reaching Washington nre to the effect that Austri an and Uelganan representatives nre making efforts In Switcrland looking to peace. Assurances thnt the $7,000,000,-00- 0 war reveune measure will pass the House quickly and that consideration of new taxation plans for raising part of the money will begin immediately were given President Wilson nnd Secretary McAdoo Wednesday at the Capitol. The Argentine Government now jinnounces thnt it will make no pronouncement of neutrality In the war between tho United States and Germany, considering sufficient its previous decjsion that Argentine supported the position of the United States. ofll-vial McROBERTS' COMMISSION HERE Mr. II. J. McRobcrts, who wns np- - It Is pointed postmaster of Stanford, re today and will likely tnke charge tomorrow. What changes he will make in the personnel of the office force will be announced later. That Mr. McRoberts will make an acceptable postmaster, none who know him well will gnin- say. He Is a thorough business mnn nnd is ns obliging ns ho is efficient. Stanford has been peculiarly fortunate in having good postoffice service, nnd it is certain to be continued under Mr. McRobcrts' regime. ceived his commission . it 4--Z fC : V y i !, r- --- ' V: 5., Page Two i ! The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, April WAYNESBURG Mr. P, D. Green has purchased an- 13, 1917 You Can Make Excellent Cake with Fewer Eggs Just use nn additional quantity of Royal Baking Powder, about a teaspoon, in place of each egg omitted. This applies equally well to nearly all baked foods. Try the following recipe according to the . new way: CREAM LAYER CAKE Old cup anar )J cup milk i cupt flour Zttatpoona 1 other cnr. Mr. Hubert Reynolds came homo from Detroit, Mich., Saturdny. Mr. Wesley Tolivcr nnd Misses nnd Gtistn Sanders Evelyn Ellison enmo homo from Richmond to spend Easter with their parent". Prof. Wnltcr Moscr, of Morcland, I". visiting his nunt, Mrs. S. P. Shoop. Master Glenn Morgan visited hi, cousin, Josie Ellison first of the week. Mr. Roy Singleton, of Huntsville, Way 1 New Way ctip H cup shortening 1 teaspoon lUrorlnt 3 eces Rorl DaUng; Powder Scupt flour 2 1 1 cup milk anar Baalni Powdor 4 La.poona Roral eee i tablnpoont ahortealnf taaipoon fUrorlng Makes 1 Large Cake r DIRECTIONS Cream tin auj-a-r and ahorttnlnc tosether.then ml In the lining tho flour end Rorl Ueklng Powder together two or thfeetlmee. and beat with ddlt alltothemltture. Gradually add the milk Pour Into greeted epooo until layer cake rou hae a amooth pour batter. Add the flavoring. tlni and bake In a moderately hot oven fortwentr minute. Thlt cake la belt bakeUIn two layers. Putlog ethtrwlthcreamnlllngandepread with wbltelclng ROYAL BAKING POWDER made from Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes. No Alum No Phosphate his help and all will miss his counsel. CRAB ORCHARD A large crowd of sorrowing On Wednesday at ten o'clock Rev. Pervis preached the funeral of Col. friends went from here to Richmond J. D. Willis in a most sincere and with the remains. Mrs. Nancy A McClurc returned touching manner. The pastor told of his last talk with Mr. Willis, and how from Paris Sunday. She had been ready he was to meet his Savior. The with her daughter, Mrs. Tom Napier. telegrams were read, which had been Mrs. McClurc is the mother of six grandchilsent Mrs. Willis by Clarence. Woods, children, has twenty-on- e and in which he explained the close dren, six . friendship existing between them and grieved over the great loss he sustained in giving him up. The last telegram was a beautiful tribute to his memory in verse, all showing the high esteem in Which he was held by Mr. Woods, who referred to him as being to him a cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night in his leadership. The pulpit was entirely hidden by massive wreaths of the most beautiful flowers, arranged in every new design, "and we suppose a hundred dollars worth were displayed. The school donated, the bank, school trus tees as well as personal friends and relatives. But the flowers he loved best of all were those given him while in life, and which consisted in encouraging words and gratitude for his efforts toward uplifting, upbuilding and aiding those who needed him most. The Christian church ..ill miss Is?. "41 Doughnut!" JrWl I. Any time you want real HIkJFl goodies use Calumet Diking Powder! My mother use it ' 'ie's t('e a" otners ''ie's now the harncd her lesson it'cks to Calumet NHaTaTaTI JjH ff I r . HJH IJUll vB D mr t ir t lender, wholesome, light bak- Won4.r!ul l.iv.aiaf sad nlilot BUi esM'ee uoUurni lesallt. Mctb.riaM Cilumel Ink. mo.i economical obqr BHH auiecoaomlcaltoite. Tirlt Hon..." Received Hiiha.t Awards B9 aH Ba " 1 li k r i.i i.-- .uul big can Baking Powder do not o; .jBBBiy. and far safuiet Calumet doe U a putt (a sour aUk and soda. enjoys the best of health. Misses Mary and Alice McClure have both recovered from measles, and chicken-poThe Monsonic order was present at the funeral of Col. Willis. Patriotism is clearly manifested in our city. Men nre deeply pondering the war outlook. A splendid flag will soon be hoisted on our square and preparedness is the watch word. Miss Lillic Garner has returned to her home on Cedar Creek after a pleasant visit of several weeks with relatives and friends at McKinncy. rapidly on Work is progressing Mrs. Culton's home and it will soon be ready for occupancy. Mr. Frank Brooks, who is one of thi'nest car penters has the contract. Mrs. Adelia Woods and daughter. Miss Minnie Woods, of Stanford, were here Tuesday. Miss Myrtle Jonas has taken a room with Mrs. Jamie Carpenter. Mr, Shelby Burgin and his moth er came over from Richmond Sunday and were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Burgin. The baby of Mr. Robert Shaw, liv ing near Green Briar Springs, died of asthma and was buried Tuesday. Beginning Sunday morning Rev. Pervis of the Christian church will conduct a week's service. Each night beginning at 8 P. M. Singing service to begin promptly at 7:15. Subjects: Monday, "When Jonah Prayed"; Tuesday, "Why Peter Sank;" Wednesday, "God is Love;" Thursday, "A Lesson From God's Art Gallery;" Friday, "Taking From Him That Has Not;" end Saturday, "He That is Not For Me, is Against Me." Every one who stays away will bo a great loser for there is a treat in store that will benefit all who attend. Misses Marie and Vivian White, of Corbin, nre visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Dudderar this week. down Miss Alene Collier came from Mt. Vernon Saturday to see her grandmother, Mrs. George Pnrrish and Mrs. Robert Collier. Miss Bird Perkins stopped off nt Winchester on her return from Cincinnati and visited Miss Mclsadie Chadwick at the home of Mrs. "Vil-iaFife. Chadwick Misses Melsadie and TRYING IT OUT Bird Perkins returned home this "Advertising is no good," said tho week bringing little William Fife, man in old clothes. "It never helped Jr., to see his grandparents, Mr. und mo none." The millionaire merchant Ho is a fine smiled, "That is because wou tried it Mrs. J, T. Chadwick. manly little fellow. John, as the Indian tried the feather Mr. Pettus Hays, who has been bed. An Indian took n feather, placed out West for several years is visiting it on u plank nnd slept' on it all his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James night. In the morning he growled: Hays. heap soft. say feather 'Palefaco Mrs. James Manuel is still bedfast Paleface heap fool, ugh!"' and suffers a great deal. Eustcr was observed here by our Junior Endeavor class, in a beautiful and most impressive manner. A march finely executed in which all were cased by tho dogs who licked they woro not took part. An Easter dialogue and the infected places, but pcoplo employ cured. Many modern songs were umong the features. Each tho same method In their treatment one donated an egg and each was of boils, pimples, rashes, carbuncles, presented with beautiful basket con- eczema anu omer BKin uiseascs. xmy to tho sore taining a white rabbit and an egg apply a salve or lotion they have places and fondly imagine prettily colored and candy which was cured them. Tho Important fact which donated by the teachers, Mrs. George they fall to recognize is, that these Stephenson and Mrs. Daisy Hunt. skin diseases are diseases of the blood, and that no external treatment can The Juniors are doing some fine work permanently euro them, because they here. axe essentially internal ailments. x. auto-truck! Ken-lmn- MORE CORNi LESS TODACCO Agriculture Mat S. Cohen, will start Anticipating n call this week for a a campaign in Kentucky this week GIRLSI THICKEN AND week. half million soldiers, the mnjority of urging farmers to rnlso less tobacco BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR and more food and forage products. Tho teachers, pupils and some of AND STOP DANDRUFF whom will come from tho interior, Commissioner Cohen said tho shortthe patrons raised the U. S. flag at agricultural section, thus cutting age of farm labor resulting from tho the close of the school Friday. ..Try TJii.i Your Hair Gelt Wary, down tho number of food producers, call for troops, which may in n short Messrs. George and Ed Farmer, of tho Federal Department of Agricul- tirao run to two million men would Glossy And Abundant At Ncal's Creek, visited Mr. Roland Once ture, through the extension service be detrimental to tho tobacco indus Singleton Sunday afternoon. with Commissioner of try. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. C. Estes, of Albla, To bo possessed of a head of heavy spent Monday with their daughter, beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy, Mrs. Roscoe Whceldon. The "Good Roads Club" met here wavy and free from dandruff is Saturday afternoon, April 7th, and merely n matter of using n little elected R. Y. Ballard, president, Dnndorlne. It is easy and Inexpensive to have Thompson, vice president Monroe You might at wall waar good clothca whiU you'ra at it. PeopU and J. T. Stamper, secretary. A com- nice, soft hair and lots of it. Just get bottle of Knowlton's Dan- you for it. You'll ra.pact yourtalf. You won't naetl to panel mittee was appointed covering nil a a great daal of money or to hava your clothes made. Simply drop sections of the Wnyncsburg magister- derinc now nil drug stores rccom tn and try on what wa have to show. I I I I t ial districts. Everybody interested in mend it apply a little as directed I good roads is urged to meet with nnd within ten minutes there will bo fresh-netthis club at one o'clock Saturday, an appearance of abundance, CufTncss nnd an incomparable April This is n good work. Help push it along. The roads arc in need gloss nnd lustre, nnd try as you will you can not find a trace of dandrufff of the best attention. Crab Orchard, Kentucky or falling haif; but your real surprise will be after about two weeks' VOLTAIRE 55140 use, when you will sec new hair Farmers don't you think right now fine nnd downy nt first yes but is the best time to raise draft horses? really new hair sprouting out all The price was never higher than now, and our supply of work horses is at over your scalp Danderinc is, we the lowest point it haj been for believe, the only sure hair grower, years. destroyer of dandruff and cure for There arc not more than half as itchy scalp and it never fails to stop many brood mnres in the county now as there were five years ngo. You falling hair at once. If you want to prove how pretty can see that we are facing a horse famine. What nre you going to do nnd soft your hair really is, moisten s arc n cloth with n little Danderinc and about it? Autos and all right but you can't farm with carefully draw it through your hair them. You can't raise colts from taking one small strand nt a time. your mules. It looks like the most A trip through different sections of the State of Mississippi thing to do Your hair will be soft, glossy and sensible and business-lik- e and nn observation of agricultural conditions there has convinced beis to raise some good draft colts moments a beautiful in just a few me that it is the place at tho present time to secure the best land fore your old brood mnres nre gone. delightful surprise awaits everyone vnlues at the lowest prices from $5 to SCO per aero, some Of them 1 offer for public service the chamnear a city, with six trunk lino railroads, and as largo as Lexing30-- 1 stallion, Voltaire. He has who tries this. pion drnft ton, Kentucky, whero Innds nre selling nt $.100 per ncre by those to be one of the best himself seeking homes or investments in good fanning lands. Erovcn this county has ever known.' INTERESTING IN LINCOLN Iielicving that it would bo of mutual advantage and profit to He will make the season nt my place The Democratic primary campaign those seeking homes or investments in farming lands, at lower on the Danville pike, one mile from prices than nre possible in this section of Kentucky, where land Stanford at $15 to insure a living in Lincoln county promises to be tho vnlues have advanced beyond the reach of the fnrmcr of moderate colt; season due when colt is foaled !m0st interesting held in many years, . means, I have associated myself with several responsible gentleor mare parted with. Will not be rc nnd for every county office the conmen in the state of Mississippi nnd nm in position to ofTcr some sponsible for accidents should any tests figure to be hard fought. This ery attractive propositions to those seeking investments of this occur. character, on easy terms, nMcd by the "Federal Farm Loan Act." is especially true in he race for slierThese lands, due to the s'lort winter season, and long grazing iff, in which W. S. Drye, M. b, KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167 periods nre especially adapted to stock raising nnd diversified 11 v Chester Peavine 3184 by Hex! Baughman nnd J. II. Livingston, farming; nro well located ns to churches, schools, shippin gpoints Peavine 1790 by Rex McDonald three popular Domocrats in that nnd markets; are situated on improved highways and nro well , First dam Flora Carter 8419 by Red H t nre either by streams or artesian wclLi. , f . thP- nomina. ,. . L. Sou rrel 53 by Black Squirrel. As now Almost every character and kind of crop thnt enn be raised ,)n't Bm,n thcri is a better '" "d K'nB in Kentucky can bo raised profitably in Mississippi. up the race for County Judge bred horse in Kentucky thnn s Cheap railroad rates for can bo obtained by tucky Gentleman. He has been one s between M. F. North nnd T A. those desiring to look tho situation over. I shall be pleased to give of the most successful horses in the R;CCi am, this wi be nnothcr warm further information to any one who h sufliciently interested, thnt snow ring uiui una tuumj uo i'.i i will cull to see me or write to mo nt Stanford. ti ;. ;... th rirfVif. contest. Louisville Times. IIAKVEY HELM. size for a saddle horse and his first colts which nre four years old now THE FOLLOWING IS A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF A FEW are showing the saddle gaits nicely. TYPICAL TRACTS OF LAND FOR SALE: The auto has put tho light driving horse out of business to n certain ex- Tract No. 1 2300 ncre stock farm. 0 miles from Jnckson, Capital tent, but you don't have any trouble d of the State, on Q. & C, Ry under cultivation, balance I in selling a saddle horse. timber nnd pasture lands, 10 tennnt houses, mostly fenced, located I am going to offer the services of , They lead to catarrh and in county that has recently voted bonds for pikes, which will bo this great horso nt tno extremely constructed very close to this tract. I'rico Jl'.'.GO per nCre. pneumonia. They weaken the low price of $15 to insure. I nm giv- entire system and leave it unyou lor 510 wnai mosi mvn No. 2. 021 acres, 3 miles from county scat of C.000 Inhabitants nir able to resist the sudden wnnlil dinriK from $25 to $40 for. on n good grnvel road, largo portion under cultivation, bnlanco is no vou nnnreciate it? If so send changes. They interfere with splendid pasture land, watered by creeks and ponds, nice dwelling your digestion nnd lessen your actwith modern improvements nnd number of tennnt houses. Price your best mares to the court of Ken ivity. Neglected they soon become $30.00 per acre. tucky Uentiemnn anu lei mm gei that dread disease known as sysvnti n nipft colt. No. 3 1C75 acres, two miles from Capital, 700 acres under cultitemic catarrh. Don't neglect them. J, NEVIN CARTER, Stanford, Ky. vation, bnlanco fine pasturage, running springs, largo dwelling but It's costly as well as dangerous. In need of repair, with probability of piko passing immediately In PERCHERON STALLION front of it. Price $15.00 per ncre. BOSSEAU No. 4. 123C acres, 8 miles from Capital, eight room residence, Believintr that now is the time to large barn, 1C tennnt houses, plenty of water, well fenced, one-ha- lf Will You raise good horses and mules, I will mile from gravel road, undulnting, nil except CO acres under cultivation. Price $20.00 per acre. stand my registered Percheron stalHave a box of Peruna Tablion. Bosseau. weight 2,000 pounds, No. S. 1,000 acres, on Q. & C. Ry., 3 miles from shipping point, lets with you for the sudden halfway between ackson and Vicksburg, two of tho largest cities in nt $10 to insure n living colt and my cold er exposure. Tone your sysState, 400 acres under cultivation, balance pasture nnd timber. Joe at $8 on same great mule jack, tem up with a regular course of the Two manager's houses, and four tenant houses. liquid Peruna, fortify it against Price $20.00 per terms. Will make liberal cut to those ncre. colds, get your digestion up to norhaving more than one marc. Care takmal, take care of yourself, and avoid en to prevent nccidents, but ifot redanger. If you are suffering now begin the treatment at once. Give sponsible should any occur. R. L. Nature the help she needs to throw Berry, Hustonville, Ky. My farm is off the catarrhal Inflammation, and ono mile cast of Hustonville, on the again become welL Peruna has been helping people Stanford pike. Tenn., stopped over here Sunday nnd took dinner with his parents, on his way to visit Miss Li da Kincnld in Hardin county. Mr. Tolivcr, of Knott county, is visiting his brother, Mr. M. F. Tolivcr this week. Mr. Oliver Singleton killed a wild duck nt T. S. Reynolds' pond Inst SAUFLEY The farmers of this community arc very busy preparing for their crops. The bad weather Sunday dls'ap pointed several of the young pcoplo of this community, by not getting to nttrnd church nt different places. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tyler Mosicr nnd two children were the guests of 1W mother, Mrs. Salllo Adnmj. Rev. Bowling will preach nt Creek church Saturday night, Sunday nnd Sunday night. Sunday School hn, been irgnnhed nt Logan's Creek church" nnd there wns a good crowd present. Miss Ida Floyd was the guest of Misses Jennie nnd Sarah Sampson Friday afternoon. Rev. Children will reach nt Faii-vicchurch Saturday, Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. w WOMEN'S NERVES Women, more than .men, have cxcitaWe nervM, becauM tiring work and physical strain tax their more delicate nervous systems and bring premature age and chronic weakness unless treated intelligently. pills and alcoholic concoctions cannot build up a Drug-lade- n woman's strength, but tli concentrated medicinal food properties ki SCONS EMULSION build strength from its very source and are helping thousands of women to gain control of their nerve power overcome tiredness, nervousness, impatience and irritability. SCOTTS is a Scott liquid-foo- d a Bow... Bleomfl.U. free from alcohol. N. J. a Wear Good Clothes W. E. PERKINS, ra-pa- ct 25-cc- Mississippi Farm Lands For Sale Good Quality Terms Easy -- - wn-tere- d, ' ! - home-sccker- :.... Spring Colds Are the Worst onc-thir- PERUNA Safeguard for 44 years. Thousands of homes rely on it for coughs, cold and indigestion. It's a good tonic for the weak, as welL Ross Metal In-de-str-u- oto ilr) Columbus, The Peruna Company, Ohio Tho Silo Hugo mass meetings in Chicago and Philadelphia recently pledged support to President Wilson, npprov. ed universal military training and urged tho United States Into the war. that fills n long felt wnr.t Results obtained from tho use of a Metal Silo are far beyond expectations. Silago contains by far a larger percentage of food value, more uniform preservation, tasto nnd color, naturally far more productive In results. The Most Permanent Silo becauso it Can't Blow Down, Buckle.Twist or Collapse Resists firo to the fullest extent nnd is storm proof. No skilled labor required to erect it. Can lie increased in height nt any timo. Special Metal is wnrranted not to bo effected by acid in silugo or climatic conditions. The users of Metal Silos are our references. Any question of tho durability of metal silos has been completely answcicd by tholr continued use without defects of any kind. The Kunsas Exnorlmont Station tmh. lish in their Report No. 120 the fact that they havo metal silos which have been in uso since 1003 and that same are as good as when first erected. Those who desire to erect a Silo from the standpoint of pormanency and 09 food vuluo preservation should see me before purchasing and examine my silo and silage. Sold by The Boils Of Lazarus mis urea&inaT uut ui ira oiww, uvtsu it acts upon the blood, cleansing and revitalizing it, and removing the cause Tf dYinnlil in hnrnA in s mind that S. S. S. is purely vegetable. raauo jrom nauvo roots, itwus ami barks, and that it contains no habit forming drugs or other injurious ingredients. Obtain a bottle of S. S. S. from your druggist and if you need tl o advice of a physician, write to the Medical Department Swift Specific Co., 301 Swift Building, AtlanU, Ga. tnfAi-Knn B. 8. S. is the only nroper remedy for J. O. Newland, Stanford, Ky. Also Agaat for Rot Woo Silo and Ro Silo Filler. f. i ( t- - ' EMM nPlaaaaKfaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalni PSaHaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawi iwsBBaBBBBBBBBBBBaisaBaBBE -- i wikiippi a isaaaaaant i3 Li SMMIJWaSMSIataf t iwi'vtM. in t itt r w ' inTTMWiii i - wHMT'rv?!' r -- .ttit1 'i F p : "h& .f T i t The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, April JUNCTION CITY The Interior Journal, $1.60 a year Mrs. K. L. Grubbs accompanied by D. A. Young went to Lexington on 13, 1917 Page Three V SEED OATS We have the Northern wliite reclcancd' natural seed oats. By natural? we mean the oats are not clipped or bleached. J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY L STANFORD,.Ki, TUCKY FARMERS! See me at once for Fertilizers Monday to spend two weeks nt State under Mrs. Helen Wollcott's instruction, State College Instructors and prominent educators of the United States. . Miss Imogcne Doss, of Christian county, was tho guest of Mr. James G. lllnino last week. Prof. K. L. Grubbs' dropped two $5 hills out of his pocket book at the postofilce, Osborno barber shop, F. T Ilurkc's store or Reynolds & Kvnns drug store Saturday nftcrnoon in getting small change out of his pocket book. Finder please return to him or leave at postoffico and get reward. S. W. Burke, Jr., has lost his overcoat, and some one accused him of baling it up by mistake nnd shipping it nwny, but he left it somewhere and cannot find it. Please return to him at the postofllcec. II. F. Kuing sold last week to Robert Ilcncdict, old Pat, his bny horse, which carried Capt. I). W C T. Grubbs to Centre College in 1890 to 1000. S. N. Had has rented the old Raker property near I.. T. Rankin's for his family while he is engaged with the College Q. A C. HI!!'! """T IFANCY. Xyfjsv w I Don't Rub It On Bruises or Sore Muscles I Liniment quickly Sloan's nnd soothes without rubbing. Cleaner than mussy plasters or ointments, does not stain the skin. Northern Grown I ' Have a bottle handy for emergency, rheumatic aches and pains, neuralgia, lum-- l' Aox'i strains, sprains and lame back, jleld to Sloan's Liniment. At all dru&isls, 25c. 50c. tad $1.00. il Reid's Yellow Dent, bushel, Boone County White, bushel, Johnson County White, bushel, $2.50 2.50 2.50 Sample on request. tatoes. Freight Paid. Po- Soy Beans, Cow Peas, Cane Seed, Seed at Danvill for Tobacco, Corn and Hemp E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford Ice Cream Freezers Refrigerators, Oil Stoves, Lawn Mowers; buy now before they go higher. -- Prof. E. C. Lester is training Robert Reynolds for the track meet ot Danville, Saturday April 27th, when he will run as a representative of the Junction City High School. Mrs. Kate Grubbs has returned to her home nt Brndfordivillc, after a two weeks' visit to relatives nnd friends here. Miss Mary Abbott spent Enstcr at her home near Parksvillc. Her brother, Floyd Abbott came up Saturday nftcrnoon nfter her. Mis Kate McFarland was kind enough to assist nt the Easter services nt the Christian church Sunday. Rev. Ford preached and Miss McFarland sang. The Seniors assisted by other High School pupils will give n class play entitled "Fruits of His Folly" on Wednesday night, May ICth, for the benefit of Commencement expenses ami an addition to our library and d, THE TELEPHONE GIRL nnd tender to the dear, For though nt times it's true, She bangs the buzzer in your ear And ansucrs back to you. He kind Send a Dollar Bil And receive FOUR POUNDS of the BEST COFFEE you ever drank. Whole, Ground or Pulverized. And keeps you waiting till you're wild, And heeds you not nt all, And n.iks at last, so sweet nnd mild, "What number did you call?" And docs a lot of others, too, That rouse you to a rage; Think of the work she has to do At such a meager wage, Thinks of the many every hour That she must answer, too; And lots of them arc just as sour And mean to her as you. Garden Seed All Varieties In Bulk, at Saving Prices. Write for List. SEE- TRY "CASCARETS" FOR scioncc classes. Miss Oneita Shcwmakcr, of More-lanLIVER AND BOWELS was the guest of Miss Fmilv IF SICK OR BILIOUS Murphy, Sunday and was present nt &i)ftF&wt!liinKie: gejaaay George H. Farris F-E-E-D-S Wc are Headquarters for PURINA FEE DS PURINA DAIRY FEEDS More Milk. PURINA MOLASSES HORSE FEED More Vim. PURINA FATENA MOLASSES CATTLE FEED More F.I. PURINA PIG CHOW Greeted Hog Grower. Place your These Fccdt ere (Wing the belt results possible. der today. Sold only by our Easter service. Rev Ernest Ford drove over from Lexington Saturday In Tilt new Stude-bakcar and wns entertained by Mr nnd Mrs. J. V. Ilailey. He took dinner with Mim Emily Murphy Sunday. We are glad to note that Frank Powell has been mude n regular carrier in Danville for Uncle Sam. Mr. W. C. Surber will soon take a position in the bank as assistant cashier and bookkeeper. . Miss Vnda Lewis, of Lexington, was the guest of Miss Annie Hill this or- Ii ii i mi m im s j bj i jj j, g W 1 J,H .111 4 n1 er Tonight! Clean Your Bowels And Stop Headache, Colds, Sour Stomach box now. Get a Turn the rascals out the headache, biliousness, indigestion, the sick, sour stomach nnd bad colds turn them out tonight nnd keep them out with Cascnrcts. Millions of men nnd women take a Cnsenrct now and then and never know tho misery caused by a lazy liver, clogged bowels, or an upset stomach. Don't put in another day of distress. Let Cnscarcts cleanse your stomach; remove the sour, fermenting food; take the excess bile from your liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poison in the bowels. Then you will feel great. A Cascaret tonight straightens you out by morning. They work while you sleep. A box from nny drug store means a clear head, sweet stomach and clean, healthy liver nnd bowel nction for months. Children love Cascarcts because 30-- 1 they never gripe or sicken. 10-ce10-ce- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Covington, : : : : : Kentucky i ii v 8k - s j- - ag&aaaK aaaaH r5eav jaH week. Miss Christine Rogers, of Danville, was the guest Wednesday of Miss aflaaHRV!(fl"j""""""Hk . i Stock Pen Phone No. T. W. JONES 1 Gladys Tucker. Mrs. J. W. Toombs, of Morcland, wns here last week the guest of Mrs. High. Miss Annie Cass and Mrs. R. E. .'iB Residence Phone No. 176 Secretary linker conferred with and afterward antlio President nounced that more than 7,000 additional National Guardsmen had been ordered out for police duty in d liferent States. He also said that complete plans for raisin); a larger army has been drawn up at tho War Albright, of Drodhcad, were here the guests of Mrs. II. S. man raider in the South Atlantic, tho Tharpe. Sec Adlcr, has sunk eleven ships, In spite of the strong wind Friday mostly British and French sailing afternoon Prof. Grubbs unfurled vessels. One of the reports coming from the school tower the large flag from South Amcricn is that the See presented by the Juniors, as Supt. Adler was formerly the American V. O. Gilbert requested. HUBBLE bark Pnss of Unlmaha, captured by It is reported that a fine young Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles E. Beck are the Germans in 1915. man of White Oak and n pretty young lady of Morcland, have been receiving congratulations over tho d baby girl. Tho married for n month, but we will nrrivnl of,a little miss has been named Helen not publish names just yet. Marie Beck. Mrs. W. G. Murphy has been visiting her parents at Parksvillc. Mrs. Louise L. Campbell, of Lexington, lectured to the Julia Allen Mission Circle-- at Christian church Wednesday morning. Tho Mission Circle met with Mrs. Harry D. Fryo last Tuesday afternoon and had u very interesting proTHE UNIVERSAL CAR Could Do No Work. gram and social hour. In tho scalo of advancing business costs, Ford Rev. Frank N. Tinder will fill tils Now Strong as a travel continues tho snmo positive economy. City pulpit here Sunday. and country salesmen, manufacturers, merchants, Man. Miss Margaret Hays, of Parksvillc, professional men every demand for motor car has been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. transportation is satisfied in tho Kord car at about two cents n mile to operato and maintain. Over G. Murphy and Mr. Murphy. Chicago, III. "For about two year 1,750,000 cars nro making performance and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spoonamoro I Buifered from a female trouble so I profit every day. Runabout $346, Touring Car was unable to walk took their son, Ernest, to Lexington, $3G0, Coupclet $505, Town Car $505. Scdnn $045 or do any of my own last week to see nn eve specialist. all f. o. b. Detroit. Placo your order now. work. I read about Mr. and Mrs. Van Keeton arc tho LydiaE.Pinkham'a proud parents, of another daughter Vegetable In their home. In the newspapers and deterMiss Inn Roberts, of Turnersvillc, Stanford, Ky. mined to try it. It has been visiting Mcsdames Hoffman Imbrought almost mediate relief. My and King. Jonathan Rankin and wife have weakness haa en- Hustonville, Ky. illanmnnr.ul moved to thoir farm they recontly and I never had bet-(,.- .. purchased from Chas. Rankin. ISff&aiSljliairasgMRa r (..mill, 4 .....im. IMHH niltl II. D. Fryo visited friends nt Hus- twj pounag and am as strong as a mun. I think money Is well spent which purtonville last week) chases Lydia K. Pinkham'8 Vegotablo Rev. W. T. May, of Danville, will Lompound." Mrs. Jos. O'Bwan, 17C5 preach nt tho Christian chuich tho Newport Ave,, Chicago, HI. Tho success of Lydia E. Pinkham'e fifth Sunday in this month. Vegetable Compound, mado from roota Dame Rumor hns it that one of our and herbs, is unparalleled. It may be young men has been secretly married used with perfect confidence by women for some months. who suirer from displacements, ulceration, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, bearing-dow- n feel Many persons wcro made homeless Ing, flatulency, indigestion, dizziness, find nprvnllu nrnntnitir.n I.vrtta P 1'tnU- - Saturday by a firo nt Park's terry, ham's Vegotablo Comiwunu ia thuUii Nicholas county, which caused a to uuu iguj vi ivwuig 1113, tal damage of $30,000. So HBHHHB far as reported, the new Ger- five-poun- Red Blooded American- ism Coming to the Front ' WOMAN SICK TWO YEARS Right now this country is calling for men of stout hearts and sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied in tho air. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nothing else could do, tho importance of good health, both as an individual and national asset. often emanating from this It gives point to tho office, that everybody should guard their health as a priceless possession. When you find yourself running down and not exactly keyed up to tho fighting pitch, ns is the case with everybody at times, you ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course of n, Com-Cel-S- ar THE GRETEST SYSTEM BUILDER AND SPRING TONIC IN THE WORLD (Legally guaranteed to satisfy you, or money back.) H. C. Anderson, Agent Coin-pou- Steele & Burton, Agents l?gS tll-t'l- v If you'll do that, you will not experience tho discomfiture of being sent back home for luck of red blood when you answer the call of the colors. sells at ONE Dollar for thrco 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 bnr, 3 for 2Gc. Try our COWBOY LINIMENT, for all Pains, bruises, burns, etc. UCc, & GOc bottles. R THE LINCOLN PHARMACY, Stanford WEDDLE'S DRUG STORE, Hustonvllla Inllam-matlo- n. Dakota Remedy Company Jack-White-M- oon 3729.3731 West Broadway Kentucky Jmr-.JtX.- .M Page Four j. Pre-Eminen- ce TKe Interior Journal,, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, April 13, 1917 The Interior Journal E. C. Walton and J. I!. Wright Ynlrrrii ' 1 uttni potttfltt el AMnrf, Kg ai tlati mad mitttr. St.SO il ' V In Safety s J. 00 .75 .40 Twit 1 Of (lnr a wrk. .ittipr lutl.. rff Ttftf SnhMrlptlan are in mli.rc. la 11. p prr Knpi wbfn time for which il It P'ld, ! op Twtr Roth rl Subscription Rates . Iimim wfk, pr jf r 8 ..... mnnthi.. a wrrk, for k. for 8 Pionltii ii a wrrk, fir 8 tnonlhi. . BOYS' ttTT WT' Jr m film rh ' r ' in it has maintained has caresafety for deposits. Its Management fully 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 deposits. New depositors are assured the same security and satisfactory service that present customers receive. 1 pre-eminence EVER since this Bank was established, in For Stale Senator JAY W. IIAMjAN H. CLAY KAUFFMAN in The Interior Journal l anttinrlitd l an nounce the fnllowinc eandMatu for ofllf lun-Vr- t to Ibe Drmorralle prlm.rr the Brit nrdtr In Annit, 1017. lAnnotinefmnt It for ffh countjr offlro Ii S10, for ilUtrlrl of flrf. 15; for cllr or nuffrttritl ofle IS No .nnonnrrmrnt will be mJ until fr Ii paid Political Announcements. 3l 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 worsteds' and cassimercs, at $3.50 to $12.50; in all sizes 5 to 8 years. Bring the boys in we can fit tl lem. 1 adranto.) J. R. MOUN'T. For Sheriff fftfellfrT Tin j. h: Livingston. M. S. BAUGHMAN. W. S. DRYE. For County Judge M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE Tor County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY. W. D. HANSFORD w. s. burch The Lincoln County National Bank The Lincoln Trust Company Under same Management as Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KENTUCKY For RepreienlatWe H. G. SKILES. For Jniletf For Alienor GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMER JOHN J. MOSER W. A. CARSON. j! & XD2AGQ0D Ill Ep 7 For Magistrate lit Dlit. J. T. DUDDERAR For Magistrate Huttonvillo District SAM M .OWENS. DEMOCRACY VS. AUTOCRACY N. CASH JOHN C. PEPPLES. J. McRoberts er of the Panama Canal, Maj. Gen. George Goethals, buildwas formally requested to take charge of the building of 1,000 wooden ships for leW Bailey Disc and DragHarrows 1 and corn planters, walking and riding cultivators at 2-horse w '" W. H. HIGGINS Main Street Stanford, Ky. Save Money $ The way to save money is to buy things for less. The place to buy things for less is THE FAIR STORE hence the Fair Store can help you save money. Here are a few examples: LADIES' WAISTS An unusually attractive assortment to select from. Waists worth $ , our price...69c & 89c A new lot of the latest styles with the new large sailor collars, long sleeves and elastic bottom; waists worth $1.50 to $2.00 our price $ 1.19, $1.69 1 MIDDIE BLOUSES Our stock is particularly good in Middie Blouses; here is an exceptionally good value for the money. These Middies are well made and of dependable material. Come in and look them over. Prices low as 49c, 69c, 89c, 98c CHILDREN'S DRESSES Our store is headquarters for these attractive little garments. Latest styles, dependable material. Why make dresses when you can buy so cheap...49c, 69c, 89c, $1.00 & $1.19 CHILDREN'S ROMPERS We have placed on sale a large assortment of e and finished garments for the little boys and girls. A great many popular styles in various colored wash fabrics. Sizes 2 to 6. what the children All are full and roomy-ju- st need at this time special 29c up well-mad1 " m Jo, fle &' I The Fair Store A. GROBAN, Proprietor Main St. Opp. Court House Danville, Ky. Tk I. J. - Phone 13-"WANTED I want to hire six good plow teams. Will give $5.00 a day. 30-- 2 Josh Jones, Stanford. LOST Sack of clover seed, one bushel, on Somerset pike. Hop Steele, An order has been issued by tho Waynesburg, Ky., R. F. D. No. 3. Railway company Boston Elevated FOlfSALE HolsteiiT T)iiircalf, prohibiting the use of liquors by its five months old. Good one. J. J. Sicv-o- r, officers and men, under pain of Rural Route No. 3, Stanford. 301p in whose hands ths lives FOR" SALE Four "fresh "milk of people are intrusted should have clear brains and minds unclouded by cows. Are good ones, ror further inalcoholic liquors and transportation formation call or see P. L. Heck, 30-l- t companies generally should adopt Stanford. the plan of no place to liquor users. FOR SALE Extra good secondMany of them nrc doing so and. it hand buggy. Full leather top and will soon some to pass that a liquor side curtains, and a good set of break 30-l- p drinker can obtain employment no- harness. George Raney. where. The world will be safer and gives one FOR SALE Jersey; a great deal better when everybody and a half gallons at milking; very obeys the injunction "Touch not, rich milk; calf old enough to wean. taste not, handle not." 30-2- t. W. L. Neal, Moreland, Ky. FOlTSA LE Good Bufck touring car of 1913 make; four cylinder nnd all right. Will sell at a bargain if Experienced mothers say that It Is t. much better for the expectant mother taken at once. E. T. Pence. Jr. ROR SALE Four cows and sev to keep her health and good looks during the period of expectancy than to eral Shetland ponies, these are extra try to regain them afterwards. Thou- good individuals, if you want somesands of women say that "MOTHER'S ERIEND".is the greatest aid thing good call M. S. Baughman, t. they know during pregnancy. The Stanford. muscles expand easier. The breasts FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, are kept in good condition. Used by three generations. Secure a bottlo of Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Suit Cases, Window MOTHER'S FRIEND Pictures Shades, Trunks, A. Tribblo, and Stoves. W. from your druggist Complete directloni are to be had with every Stanford. 28tf bottle. Write for special book giving Between Dlllion's store LOST. valuable information about the care of the baby. It is free. and John Kennedy's houso in Preach-ersvlllDRADFIELD REGULATOR CO, a pocket book containing 107 Lamar UUt , Atlanta. Ca. Will givo liberal reward. money. Only nineteen British vessels out Can describe money in it. J. II. of 4,773 leaving and entering port Thompson, Crab Orchard No. 2. 30 BEGINNING April 13th, Carter & wcro sunk during the week ending April 8. Carter's livery stable and Masters & Uowfyor's livery stable, will chargo 50 cents for a full feed, owing to tho MnS. KELTOH'S LETTER "high prices of feed. Carter & Car ter, and Mnsters & Bowycr, Stanford, To Tired Worn-ouJ. 29-2- The entrance of the United States into the world war after long and patient efforts to keep out of it, is solely for the purpose of self protoctio" against a tyrannical despot, who regards the life of human beings as nothing, not even thoso of his own people, when they stand in his way for more power and self aggrandise ment. It is a hopeful sign which bodes no good for the bloody tyrant that his subjects are awakening to the enormity of the situation and arc moving for social and political betterment. Our fervent prayer, there fore is that the great German people will soon understand our feelings for them and our desiro that they shall enjoy liberty even as great as burs. When they have thrust nside their insatiate ruler they will again experience the blessings of peace and no nation will be gladder than ours. Then with the Atlantic cleared of the submarines we "can stretch our hands ncross the sea and help the nation so long torn by war to regain its place in the commercial world, which it has always filled so creditably. May God hasten the glorious day when Democracy shall) take the place of Autocracy and when liberty shall supplant militarism and injustice, which will come when the German people no longer permit themselves to be deceived by a mon arch, who seeks only his own glory and power. death-dealing BRING VOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J, foreign commerce by President son. 1 WJ1 Wiltondale 39162 i Trial 2ill. Half Mile Track Mahogany Bay, 15.3 llandij Sir of Seventeen in the Li.U oircu uy Aiiueil J:a (sire or BU), lie by , !:ir. M (sire of 30.) he by Electioneer 2:13 1 (sire of 100..) Uam ".Mantua Maker," (dnm of 11), by Red Wilkes (sire of 179) he by George Wilkes (sire of 83.) In offering Wiltondale for public service his superior as an individual and in breeding has never before been offered in this section. Ho is absolutely sound, a fast race horse, a champion show horse, having-beeshown 27 timos, winning 25 blue ribbons, lie is n great breodcr and a sure foal getter. His colts are good looking individuals with speed, style and durability. He will mnke the season of 1917 at my stable, six miles from Lancaster, three miles from Bryantsville, near the Lexington pike on tho Rout lane below the Pork church, nt $20.00 to Inture a Living Colt. Lien Retained on Colt Until Seaion Paid. " Record 2i20 1 Trolter: 3-- rREMSGYFORPvlE.' AT YOUfl DR IGCI'"' at auction at 10 A. M. on SATURDAY, APRIL 14th at my home on Danville avenue, Stanford, all my household and kitchen furniture; garden tools; one cross cut saw; one buck saw and numerous other things. One good Jersey milch cow and calf. Terms cash. A. C CARMAN, Stan-for28-.'Ky. I will sell !t PUBLIC SALE ROBERT R. FOX, Star Route, Lancaster, Ky. CENT (Ad. with -WORD MILK COWS and up. Paul Finch, Crab Orchard. nrdrno hre ar 1 ma rtni a word tart) luno, ca.h IfM Into ?5e earn luu..) For sale "at $GG ADS 111 LuWl: ' Pretty Mothers 20-3- HOW V 29-3- y. e, Dutchess Trousers The best made, why should you buy another brand, when these are better by test. We have received our Spring Oxfords for the men and ladies, J Panama Hats, Silk Shirts, all new Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goods. fl t Mothers a.t y . 1 J oly . Jl.SU .. year twice a a weeK 91 for once m a week. Jackson, Miss. "I shall feci repaid for writing this letter If I can help any tired, worn-ou- t mother or housekeeper to find health and strength as I have. "I Imvo a family of five, tew, cook and do my housework and I became very much In health. A friend asked me to try Yinol. I did so and now I am well and strong and my old tlma energy has been restored. Vlnol has no superior as a tonlo for worn-out- . run- I down, tired mothers or houaekeunrra" ?t-M- ra N. Meltos, Jackson, Miss. J. run-dow- n Ky. 30-- FOlTsALE I have for salo a lot seed and of hemp seed. First-clas- s you snvo tho middle man's profit. Seo mo at once. Call or phono J. W. Bryant at New Stanford Drug Co. HEMP TO BREAK Havo 200 ncrcs yet In tho field; havo plenty of brakes. Men make as much as $5 per day; will need good plow teams; will ay mgnest price: can uoaru unu UlUIIl, I1UUBU Josn Jones, oianioru, 23-t- FhonoJS " 29-2- t. ROBINSON'S TL. Penny Drug Stor.. Stanford. Kr. Ky. f . ' ) " j 'miiHWMMiHai ;BlSgf!'lJl!!jjL'l"llS The Interior Journal,Stanford, Kentucky Friday, April 13, 1917 Page $ Ust "Gate-It,- " Lift A Get The Thrift Habit by opening at once a Savings Account with - Corn Bight Off The First National Bank It will pay you 3 per cent interest on same Hunt tho wide world over nnd you'll find nothing so maple, slmnlo nnd easy au "deta-It.- " Vou folks who Shrivels, Looieni-a- nd It's Gone! "Just Ilka tnklnir the 1I1 off that's now easy you ran lift a corn oft your too nfter It linn liccn treated with the wonderful discovery, Mcts-ll- " vffzZmmmmW Saving like spending is a habit a habit that always brings wealth. Bank Opens 9 A. M. Bank Closes 3 P. M. Zrmm ijiflk V A SlopPttn Qulcllr M "en it" TheFirst National Bank Stanford, Ky. J. I H. C IJAUCHMAN, S. IIOCKER, President C. HAYS TOSTCR, S. T. HARRIS, W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. Bookkeeper Cashier Ai.l. C.t.i.r PERSONAL AND SOCIAL 3 Mr, J. it, Cornn wns over from Lancaster this morning. ..April 17 Woman's Club Minstrel Rice G, Woods, enshier of the U9-nt Hie opera home nt 8 I'. M. Paint Lick Hank, wns here today. Little Mis Jennie Harnett Is Shelby Chnndler, of Campbells-villis with his friend, Stith Noe. from a spoil of measles. I confined to hi K. K. Colcmnn MIm Ruth Holtirlnw spent Mon. room by n severe nttnek of grip. day anil Tuesday with Mrs. C. V. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. 0. Hnmpton, of Gentry. Lebanon Junction, were with relaMiss Ruth HolUcInw was the guest tives here. of Mrs. Pence Messer Saturday and Clarence Singleton i nttcndlng Sunday. Rev. C. II. Greer was here yesterthe II. Y. P. U. convention at How-lin- g fJreen. day for a short while en route to MIm Pattie Stephenson has been Livingston. confined to her room for several days Dr. J. M. llancy nnd pretty daughon account of illness. ter, Miss Kssie llancy, were here It. K. Sallee, of Richmond, is spend- from Middleburg Thursday. ing n few days with his brother-in-laMiss Fannie Scott, of Crab OrchKd Italian! ,nnd family. ard, is now night operator for the nnd Annie Lee Lancaster telephone exchange. Misses Ophelia Mobloy, of the McKinncy section, Musdnmcs N. J. Oaks nnd J. A. wore cnllcrs nt this office Wednesday. Chnppell, who have been ill for the Mr. Kvnn Lyon and daughter, Mrs. past six weeks, nrc convalescing. Henry Ormnn, of Iloyle, spent WedMiss Katie Lynn Wood, of Stanguest of nesday with Mrs. Ilcttie Harnett on ford, was the attractive Kast Mnin street. Mrs. G. A. Swincbroad. Lancaster Richard Arnold, who has been with Record. The Prince here for some time left His friend were glad to sec Mr, Tumidity for Covington, whero he has John Lutes up town Thursday aftor-nooaccepted it railroad position. It was his first trip since his Harve Poyntor, of the Illuc Grass severe illness. ' section, was fn London on business Messrs. J. S. nnd T. A. Rice were during the week. Claude Hibb has In Lexington Thursday to see Mrs. J. D. Fceney, n sister of the Messrs. purchased a 'now Studcbakcr car. Rice, who is very ill. London Echo. Mrs. Alice P. Sharp, of Indinnnpo-is- , Messrs. W. II. nnd Spears Turley is the guest of her half sister, and Thomas S. Mobcrly, of RichMrs. W. D. Welburn. Sho came to mond, were here last night with Mr. bo with her father, Mr. J. II. Pruitt, nnd Mrs. Robert T. Hruce. who is ill nt the Welburn home. Mrs. Eliza Portmon, who hns spent It. F. Horton, state manager for the winter with her daughter, Mrs. the Western Implement Co., has been II. R. Hright, in Alabama, has rehere with Mr. W. P. Kincaid for n turned to Stnnford to remain n while day or so. Mr. Kincaid is agent for mil her friends are mighty glnd to the Pnpec Cutter, n silo filler, made see her. by thnt company. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Hinton. of "Mr. 0. C. Anderson motored to Snvnnnnh, Ga., came Sunday to visit Stanford last Friday and joined Mrs. the family of her parents, Mr. nnd Anderson, who had been visiting rela- Mrs. Dan Coolcy. Mr. Hinton left on tives there for the past two weeks today's train for his home, but Mrs. nnd both he nnd Mrs. Anderson re- Hinton will remain n month. Her turned home Sunday afternoon. father is suffering from nn attack of Mt. Sterling Advocate. uthmn. n. have wrnpptil your toes In tmndaces to look IIko liundlcft, who hnvo used rnlves thnt turned jour toes raw nnd sore, nnd used piasters that would shift from their plnco and never "K"V the corn, nnd who have dii(C nnd picked nt your corns with knives nnd scissors nnd perhaps made them tilend Just iiult these old nnd pnlnful wnjs nnd try "(lets-It- " Just once. Vou put 2 or 3 drops on, nnd It dries nt once There's nothing to stick. Vnu can put your shoe nnd stocking rlRht on again The pnln Is nil rgiio Then the corn dies n painless, shriveling death. It loosens rrom your toe, nnu on it comes. "aets-- I t" Is tho blKccst sell-In- n corn remedy In the world today. There's nono other ns pood "(Jets-It- " Is sold ly druKKlsta everywhere, 25c a hottln, or sent on & Co, receipt of price by E. Chicago, III. Sold ill Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by The Lincoln Phsrmncy nnd The e, Penny Drug Store. Mrs. W. S. Fish nnd two children went to Lancaster this morning to visit friends. Mr. Vnlentlnc Fngnly, of the southern end of the county, is visiting his son, U. L. Fagaly. Mr. D. M. Phelps, of Madison, spent several days with his sister, Mrs. It. C. Hocker nnd fnmily. MISS IJAUCHMAN HOSTESS Miss Eddie Hruce Haughman beau- tifully entertained "The Liberty Girls" last Saturday nt two o'clock. The usual program was rendered nnd wns ery much enjoyed. At the conclusion of the program delightful frwppo and cake were served In the color scheme of red nnd white. Those present were: Miss Frances Tate, president, Miss Dorothy Tribble, vice, president, Miss Mnbel Masters, y, THE COUNTRY OVER Florida will vote on Stale-wid- e prohibition in 1018. It is now unlawful to dUcus war Pu , lar measures in Pittsburgh, rooms, Tho Wilron line.-- , Salnie, having ono Amcricnn nbroard, Is rported sunk. Tho American wns saved. Dr. H. Clark Hyde, charged with the murder of Col. Tlmmss Swope, a i'h Kansas City mm, has at Inst been dismissed by the rrlmlnil court. 's William Henry Msffort, auditor nnd one of the most prominent Masons in the State and former leader In theatrical circles is dead. Gov. Stunloy li- -s requested nil Kentucky newspapers to impose upon themselves n voluntary censor-'hi- p with regnrd to movements of troops. Lefral officers of the Adminislrn-- t on nnnounced Tuesdny that under n law nhrady on the stntute books. President Wilson 1ms tr, power to intern or remove alien enemies in the evont Congress declares war. The Spurrier hill, providing for n license Ux on whisky, passed the Kentucky House of Reprosonta" lives nfter fiery debute. It It expected to yield in revenue to the State $1,500,000 nnnunlly. According to a transfer tnx report the estate left by the late J. II. Hag-giOf thir. is wotth $20,014,701. amount his widow gets $.1,715,2i)T. The Ids; Elmendorf farm's VHlnMtp in this estimate is put at $2,000,000 A. K. Macomber, uf Vlifomfr has bought 1,200 ncros of the Elmer dorf Farm near Lexington, known a the Early tract, at $200. The Inml will be used for granh Shorthori cattle. Col. James E. Stone, for the past several yenrs connected with the United States Treasury Department but for many yenrs previous to tha clerk of the Kentucky House of Rep resentntives, died nt his home i: Hrooklyn, N. V at 8 o'clock yester day morning. Chnrged with controlling 55 pe ceut. of the news print paper produc tion of the country nnd using theii power in restraint of trade in viola law tion of the Sherman anti-trusix paper manufacturers, nnd a bank er prominent in financing news print companies, were indicted by n Fed oral grnnd jury yesterday DOINGS L'l '1 A Little Stick of Wit IGLEYS Makes the Whole World Kin! No climate affects the package protects it. WRBGLEY'S goes to all parts of the world in all seasons, to all classes. Fresh, clean, wholesome and delicious always. It aids appetite and digestion, quenches thirst, keeps the teeth clean and breath sweet. M aWR.C,LEY5i. V tliptHrtCI CUMa"' 77:zzznrjrKm it for The Flavor Lasts v 2""sI'35H y SOIOIERS II tUROPC vifcrCaJAPAHtSE CIBIS iX-- - IW TOKYO EI!S2?fYk ILA Vf Three Fine Flavors mm t. n)sck&ji?mis grai& flssssi sirSte ayraftSOu' OX SHCEP HtBDCP IN AUSTMU After every meal Vl PR VCR IN SIHCAPOBC WRAPPED fflfJn-- GJJUJitJfry mssSssLassmsSsx a1 731 IS NOT A CURE-AL- L Misses Lucile Hnllou nnd Sarah Heck, color guards, Misses Eddie Hruce Haughman, flag bearer, Misses .Mary Dishon, Mary L. Stone, Martha E. Terhune, Lillie Hallou, Martha Knney and Mrs. T. P. Bright, director. The isitnr.s were: Mrs. Harvey Helm nnd Misa Mary Mnrjorie Hright. Officials of the Eddystonc Ammunition Corporation, destroyed by an explosion nt Chester, Pa., nro positive the catastrophe resulted from n bomb made in the plant by n disloy-i- l employe. Federal and civil officers ire active in running down the clews ind arresting suspects. Stnte of Ohio. City of Toledo, Lucas County, as. Frank J.vciicnoy makes oath thnt he Is rtnlor pirtner of tho firm of V. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In ths City of loledo. County and Stato aforesaid, and that rnld flrri will pay the sum of ONK llL'NUItnD UOLIAItS for each and every asa of Catarrh that ennnot be ured hv the use of IIVUU CVTAHItU MlUnC'INK. FKANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me nnd subscribed In my presence, this Cth diy of December. A. D. 1SSC. A. W. OI.EASON, Sel) Notary Public. Hall s Catarrh Medicine It taken nnd nets throuch the lllood on he Mucous Surfaces of the Sjstem. Send for testimonials, free. F J. CHENEY X. CO.. Toledo. O. Told by alt druirelsts. 7tc. Hall's rnii for constltinth'f ARLO is purely a vegetable prepof herbs, roots aration, composed SCIENbarks, leaves and berries TIFICALLY PREPARED according METHODS of to LATTER-DAMEDICINE. ARLO is recognized as one of the best stomach remedies on the market today. Thousands have testified as to its results after taking it for Rheumatism, Kidney Trouble, Hiliousness Constipation, Indigestion. Bowel and Blood Troubles. I PEPOT BEING PAINTED Attend the A. C. Carman sale Sat- Thc handsome depot building is urday morning at 10 o'clock. Sec receiving a coat of paint which will ndv. .. i materially improve the appearance of it. MOTHER TELLS HOW VINOLJ .... Excess revenues held by national banks in Kentucky, place this State toward the top in this repect, according to n report issued by the Controller of Currency. Made Her Delicate Boy Strong There Are Thousands of People Who Need Just Such a Medicine as ARLO There are many misleading phases of disease that will incline n sufferer to think they have n certain trouble when, in fnct. they may be affiicted with something entirely different. In that case a person may decide to try ARLO for a trouble that ARLO is not recommended for use nt nil. One's time nnd money is spent, no benefiit is derived, and ARLO would receive unwarranted criticism. have never, The manufacturers to be a nml iln not claim. ARLO "Cure-all.- " The results have been thoroughly demonstrated, and ARLO for the treatis only recommended ment of certain troubles. ARLO is sold exclusively in Stan-for- d at THE PENNY DRUG STORE, E. It. Coleman, Proprietor. CHAMPION New York City. "My Ilttlo boy was In a very weak, delicate condition as a result of gastritis and the measles and there seemed no hope of saving his life. The doctor prescribed cod liver oil, but he could not take It. I decided to try Vinol and with splendid results. It seemed to agree with him so that now ho We get you cash on Accounts, Notes, Is a strong healthy boy." Mrs. Thomas Claims, by collecting quickly any- Fitzgerald, 1000 Park Ave., N. Y. City. We guarantee Vinol, which contsins where in United States. Collection guaranteed or no charges. : : : : : beef and cod liver peptones, Iron, and manganese peptonatcs and glyceroMAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY phosphates, for conditions. The Penny Prut Store, Stanford, Ky. Somerset. Ky. CASH for ACCOUNTS run-dow- n TIP TOP Recent purchases has put our stock of ladies' and children's wearing apparel in tip top condition. We are showing New Spring Coats $4.75 to $22.00 New Suits $16.50 to $35.00 New Dresses $12.50 to $32.50 New Skirts $2.25 to $15.00 New Waists $1.00 to $12.00 House Dresses $1.00 to $2.00 Childrens Dresses 29c to $1.25 School Middies 59c to $1.00 Bungalow Aprons 59c to $1.00 These were purchased without the advance and are offered you without the advance -- You're Not Hard to Fit may think so be- cause you're stout; you may pay $30 to $35 to a tailor with this in your mind. Don't do it; it isn't good business. VOU administrator of Mrs. M. E. Mr. John T. Ulankcnship sold 20 acres of land near Harbour-vill- e to Mrs. Jnrvis at $f0 per acre. As Hilton, SIRE ALL PEA VINE 4092 PF.F. $15 Now looks like the time to breed good horses. I am going to give the people n chance If they want it. I Sire, All will stand tho Champion a live Peavino 4002 nt $15 to insure enum-erate foal. I nm not going to try and his produco that have won andn sold for big prices, that is a well-know- 5 Per Cent Mff FARM LOANS Over 3 Million Loaned Through This Office Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes give you everything you're looking for fabrquality, ric, fit, style and all all-wool At snme time and place will Btanil two good jacks; $10 for grey jack; INSURANCE $8 for young grey jacK. money uu BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE In nil cases when colt is foaled, mare bred to other stock. Cheapside & Short Lexington, Ky. traded or R. S. SCUPPER. McKinncy. Ky. W. KING & SON fact. As H THE JOKE MAY BE ON YOU! A Thriller! at one-ha- lf that price. local Talent Minstrel Under Auspices of the Woman's Club! NEW SONGS and CLEVER LOCAL JOKES Stanford Opera House CepjiUM 1UM tklullwr W'U Your satisfaction is guaranteed k- Phillips & Phillips The Hart, Schaffner Horn & of, Severance & Son Main street St Mars Clothes ll.n Tuesday Night, April 17th, 1917 m W m Stanford, Ky. m J mm mm i"- - -- ..- .j,- -. -- "W Pag Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, April THE NEWEST REHEDY ron Backache, Rheumatism 13, 1917 at . Making M oney I IV L4 and Dropsy. Some men mlce their money in butineit tome in stocks tome by toiUome saving of their daily wage. But we submit to you the fact that more men here reached a comfortable competence thru the ownership of property houses and land which bring in a fixed income than In any other way. stocks means sleepless Dusiness requires your sole attention nights and days of worry properly 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. DID YOU KNOW J I? 1 That statistics show that the popula- tion of the United States is doubling about onco in every twenty-eigyears and the EARTH is not stretching one bit. 1'eoplc have got to have homes. It is n settled fact that farming lands will never be cheaper and just as sure to go higher as you exist today. Did you know that any way you figure it the renter has always got the hot end of it? Furnish all the teams and everything else, do all the work and for what at best only one half and often less than this. Did you know that you could easily pay the G per cent, interest and get all the crop instead of the one-hathat you are now gct- ing and then make more than 100 than you are now making. These are absolute facts. Don't listen to n professional knocker who is always telling you something that he doesn't know. Uoe your own common sense and own you a home. No. 216 363 ncrcs. 100 acres of this cleared and in cultivation and of this land arc 80 acres of splendid bottom land. Balance ridge land and good timber. Plenty of good building timber. Nice two story eight room residence, two halls and three. porches, two tenant houses, two barns, one stock barn and the other tobacco bam and all other necessary outbuildings. All buildings and fencing in good shape. Place well watered. In splendid neighborhood, close to school and church nnd only mile from good road. Can give possession at once. Price $12,T d cash and bal000. Terms ance in 1, 2, and 3 years. No. "217 Nine acres of land, house of four rooms, hall and porch, small barn, buggy house, chicken house, etc., small orchard, good water right at door. This place is right on the pike close to school and churches and 0. in fine neighborhood. Price only ht lf one-quart- er one-thir$1,-20- KUnty, nisJJcr niiu Uric AclJ trnntifrs nirv in mm v. U linn tlio kill tier aro wpoIc or dlsciieif, taw natural lllur do not clcansotlio blixM xulllclcntly. nml tlio polnns aro carried to all parts of tlio boly Thrra follow ditywlon, aches ami pains, lie.ivlne, drolnc". Irritability, headaches, cIiIIIIiipm and rheumatism. In some people thero aro sharp p.itrn In tlio back ami loin. tllstrolnjj bladder disorders and sometimes obstln ato dropy. Tlio uric acid sometime, forms Into gravel or kidney stones. When the uric ncld affects tlio mticle and Joint, It cancs lumbago, nieumatljm, gout or sciatica. This Is tlio tlmo to try " Anurlc" Semi I0c for trial package. During digestion uric aclil Is absorbed Into tlio system from meat eaten, and even from somo vegetable. Tlio poor kidneys get tired ami backache begin. This Is a good tlmo to t.iKo "Antirlc." tlio new discovery of Dr. I'lcrcn for KidNeglected ney troulilo nnd Backache. Kidney troulilo M rosponMblo for many deaths, and Inuranco Company examining doctors always tot tlio water of an applicant before a polUy will bo Iwucd. Ilavo you over set aldo a bottlo of water hours? A heavy sedifor twenty-fou- r ment or settling sometimes Indicate kid trouble. The truo naluro and charney acter of diseases, especially those of tlio kidneys and urinary organ, can often bo determined by a careful chemical an nlysl and mlocoplcal examination this Is dono byoxpert chemist of thn Medical Staff of tlio Invalid' Hotel. If you wish to know your condition send a sample of your water to Doctor l'lerce' Invalids' Hotel, llulTalo, N. Y., and deIt will bo exscribe your symptom. amined wit bout any expense to ou. and Doctor l'lerco or his Stair of Altlng Physicians will Inform you truthfully l.rlru OTTENHEIM Fruit growers seem to bo soma-whtroubled about tho froczo, which from all indications hna nipped the peaches In tho bud. Miss Klncnnor Foos nnd Miss Al ma Ostcrmann, who have been at tending school at Corbln, nro visiting relatives In this vicinity. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Wlcntjos, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Erwin were tho pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Russell Sunday. Mr. Albert Schlappi was the guest of friends Sundny. Fred Handorf sold a nice bunch of cattle to Win. Anderson for n fancy price. Miss Allle Crutchfleld of Nichol nsville, is visiting friends nnd rela tives near Ottcnhcim. Paul Knsslin nnd Leo Eycr were the guests of Emll Hcnzon Sunday. Owing to the rnlny wenther, tho attendance at the Catholic church was small Sunday nt Easter services. Hon. W. 11. Hnnsford wns In this vicinity a few days ago shaking hands with voters, reminding them of his candidacy for County Attorney in the August primary L. It. Hughes was in our' town on business last week. Miss Amelia Bcnkc is on the sick list. BACKING UP PROOF nEldrn Cry for i' I -- FUtchr to Si Ad G T Tuc Kind You Havo Always Bought, nnd which has been in uso for over over 30 years, tins borne tho signature of and has been made tinder LJs per- ; sonal supervision since lis Infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of nd Children Experience ngnlnst Experiment. IniAnt yy--"&ry. - Just-ns-goo- d l t t harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, ' 'ng Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains ' rphlne nor other narcotic substance. Its. . For more than thirty j'cnro it has 'or the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, irrhoea; allaying Fuvcrishness nrlslng" the Stomach and Dowels, aids t Food; givInR healthy and natural deep. . . uuacea Ihc Mother's Friend. scnAcrmmA wtv mr m mmtm m k mam m GENUSh CASTOR I A Bcars the Slmntnrfi nf ALWAYS KSOW TIIVSKLP I 1 No. 218 88 acres about two miles from Stanford, all cleared. Good house and splendid barn. Well fenced, finely watered, small orchard. Close to school and churches. Price $3,750 and terms right. No. 184 About three acres of land. Nice four room cottage, halls, etc. Blacksmith shop, 28x38. All necessary outbuildings. Cistern. Will sell cheap. No. 101 310 acres, five miles from Lawrcnceburg right on good pike. Most of the land is in blue grass. Five room house. Seven acre tobacco barn, good silo. Will sell as a whole or divide. Price $35 per acre and terms right. It will pay to investigate this place. No. 127 100 acres about four miles from Stanford. Three room house and splendid tobacco and stock barn. This farm lays well nnd is well located. Price $6,000. Terms and balance in one and two years. No. 132 72 acres of this ten acres in blue grass, BO acres in timothy and clover meadow and balance in cultivation, one and a half story five room dweling. Good barn, 40x25 and 60 foot shed, corn crib, etc. Splendid water, two wells, ponds and creek. About 150 fruit trees. This place is only about 300 yards from good piko and the price Is only $4,-5and easy terms. No. 185 G3 acres one and a half miles from good town. In graded school district Six room residence, barn, etc. Well watered. Price $2,500. No. 151 Good five room house, two porches and about seven acres of land. Small barn. About 100 fruit trees. Price $1,000 and you couldn't build the house for the money. one-third 00 The following Stanford man's til about two weeks ago, when he be seriously ill nnd grnve fcarsH statement leaves no room for doubt. came It must convince every kidney suP were entertained for his recovery. A large carbuncle appeared on his nee!: fcrcr who rends it. If your back aches if your kidjust behind his car, which caused him untold suffering and primarily neys are weak, profit by Mr. Aid ridge's experience: the cause of his death. II. D. Aldridge, blacksmith, E. Deceased was one of the most prominent and popular men in this Main St., Stanford, says: "My expersection of the State. Some years ago ience with Doan's Kidney Pills has he assumed the management of the been such that I can recommend hotel at Crab Orchard Springs, and them to nnyone. I hnd pains through so courteously and kindly did he and my back and kidneys. The nctlon of and I his estimable wife treat their guests my kidneys was irregular could not sleep well nt night. Doan's that the popularity of this great summer resort grew by leaps and bounds Kidney Pills regulated , my kidneys nnd became one of the greatest wa- and stopped the pain." (Statement tering places in tie country- - "Pa" given February 5,1012.) On November 13, 1910 Mr. Aldnnd "Ma" Willis, as they were ad dressed, were known from the lakes ridge said: "I have had no occasion to the gulf, and from the cast to the to use Doan's Kidney Pills for some time. This medicine put my kidneys west. in good order and I have had no reB. Willis was born in Madison Joe county, Kentucky, in December, turn of the kidney trouble." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't 1848, He was the youngest of elevsimply ask for a kidney remedy-- get en children and the last surviving Doan's Kidney Pills the same member of a once large and happy Aldridge has twice recomfamily. He was married early in life, that Mr. Fostor-Milburn mended. Co., Props., many, many years ago, to Miss Pattie 30-- 1 Buffalo, N. V. daughter of Mr. and DcJarnctte, Mrs. James DcJarnctte, prominent At least one American, a negro, citizens and long since deceased. At ono time Mr. Willis was sheriff of and probably others perished with Madison county, and for a number the sinking of a submarine of the of years was postmaster of Rich British steamer Crispin off Hook mond. He was honorable and upright, Head while en route from Newport of kind and courteous to everybody, News to Liverpool. Sixty-eigand everyone who knew him was his tho vessel's company were Ameridevoted and loyal friend, nnd his cans. The total of killed and missing death has caused much sorrow in this is eight. Four men were killed in the sinking by a submarine of the Britcommunity. Richmond ish steamer Snowdon Range. Thero were Americans in tho crew, but Collections of motor vehicle li- none is known to havo been lost. cense fees during the first quarter of 1917 totaled $202,000, about $80,-00- 0 more than during same period of last year. ht Read all about yourself, your ytetn, The Kind That Stanford People loiogy, anatomy, nygieno, sinipio i a cure, etc.. In tlio "Common Cannot Deny Medical Adviser," a liook of HH page. .. ind to Dr. V. M. Plcreo.ltiiflalo,ono2f.cent threo dimes or thirty cents In Many an earnest Stanford man or d .tamps for a cofy. womnn has publicly endorsed Doan's Kidney Pills. DEATH CAUSES SORROW Week nftcr week, month nftcr Monday morning relatives and friends bowed their heads in grief month you've read their statements. Would these Stanford people rec when the news flashed over the wires from Crab Orchard stating that Mr. ommend any medicine if it were not Joe B. Willis, the popular manager good? Would they confirm nnd repeat of Crab Orchard Springs, had died that morning at 7:45 o'clock at his their statements after years had passed? home in that place. Local proof is good evidence. Mr. Willis had been in poor health Testimony confirmed years after for several years, but was amply nble to look after his business nffairs un- is better eveidencc. cloth-boun- rZJZZeJUM. fa Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought OtNTAUH OOMFANV, NaTWVOWK OltV, Tho figures show, however, import FEEDING THE SWEET TOOTH A recent report issued by the De- from unlikely places, as for instance partment of Commerce is devoted to confectionery vnlucd nt $1,7(57 was the growth of American confection- brought in from Finland last year, ery industry nnd its figures nrc some- and about the sume in value came in, what surprising. It shows that In 1840 respectively, from Switxerland, Cuba less than 100 establishments were in and Chlnn. The Imports of greater operation, with n capital slightly ex- value came from the Netherlands, ceeding $1,000,000. The Value of $10,328, while those from Frdnee-wcrvalued nt $14,232, and their products was in the neighborto $44,233 camu from the hood of $3,000,000 n year, nnd this United Kingdom. on the basis of n population of meant nil nnnual expendiAUTO SERVICE nnywnercj day ture of thirteen cents a head. or night; rcnsonablo prices. Call Today, according to the govern- phono 234. T. 11. Eads. 144Fs ment statistics, the industry embraces over 'J.500 establishments, represents th investment of SI. 0,000,-000- , nnd produces year'v cttifi- lion of various sorts having n vnluo of O the Usis if a pip Relieved After Taking Tvo Dolllct ""B.OOO.onO. Of Cardui, Says Tennessee illation of 102,000,000 this means n net expenditure of $1.80 n head for Lady. every man, womannnd child In the United States. These figures repreWhltwoll. Tcnn. Mrs. O. P. sent nn increase of 521 per cent, in of this plnco, writes: "About the number of establishments for the four yearn ago the dly spells not so period of sixty-seve- n years and ono I would start to walk of Iil9 per cent, in the value of pro- lad that when I uould Just pretty noar fall. I wasn't ducts. In the census returns the past doing my work, but was very classification of "confectionery" cov- much ers the manufacture of all kinds of I told ii; r husband I thoaght Cardttl candy nnd confections, cake orna- would help me, ns a lady ho lived ments, popcorn balls or cake, chew- next door to mo had taken a graat ing gum, salted nuts, stuffed dates, deal, and told mo to try It. This tc etc., but not the operations of estab- when wo TAcru living In Kentucky. lishments making primarily chocoMy htibband got mo a bottle and I late, cocoa and similar products. took It nr cording to directions. It which arc classified under the census helped mo so much that ho wont back designation of "chocolate and cocoa and got mo another bottle. I got a products." Prior to 1899 the stntls- - whole lot bettor and just quit takln? tics for the industry included the re It. I sot over tho dizxy spells... I toUc turns of tho numerous small retail no other medlclno at that tlmo nor mnkers of confectionery, which ac- Blnce for this trouble. No, I've never counts for the great decrease in the rKretted taldng Cnrdul. number of establishment between t I felt Just flno when I finished tho Ticcond bottle." 1889 and 1899. Purely vegetable, mild and gentla The statistics show that the Amer In Us action, Cardui. tho woman' ican consumer prefers Americnn tonic, may bo tho very tnedlc'no you you suffer from Bymptoms ol need. made candy to Imported confections; femaleIf troubles, glvo Cardui a trial. tho imports have never been large. 'i FiioMsti. Imports-amountin- c DIZZYJPELLS Cart-wrig- ht, run-dow- I NC-12- 9 Kentucky Educational Association LOUISVILLE, APRIL 25-2- 8 Low Round-Tri- p Rates from Stanford and all way stations Louisville & Nashville R. R. LIMIT MAY 1st TICKETS ON SALE APRIL See nearest L. & N. Agent for Particulars 24-25-2- 6; Faithful Friends itW ii i tin til2lA iVT r- i e& Polish Hughes and P? What's the use of s iV wast- '3 of ray oldest friends and a mighty reliable one. Many n cough nnd cold of mine nnd my children too has been stopped by Dr. King's New Discovery." Forncarly 50ycnraDr.King'a New Discovery lias been the standard remedy for coughs, colds, croup and such bron- k: f "Vv M'Carty Stanford. Ky. Home Phones 152 and 184 O' i3SH i!fr--J-"- ol gsS fe , !. -- aa-i 2s lo 'U' , :- ing all your energy and time trying to keep your floors polished when you cap do it with less energy and in less time by using an O'Cedar Mop and O'Cedar Polish. Come to our store and get both k. X V Ml iflQHG&aMP Offica Phone 180 -. chial affections. At all druggists. Try it PENCE & HILL, t . The Furniture Men ,a, IT.' T rr V The Interior journal, Stanford, Kentucky: MIDDLEBURG Mrs. W. Miss Rev. Friday, April 13, 1917 KING'S MOUNTAIN closed Page sr'--- Seve: Jako Fagnly and wife, of Ruby T. Jasper and Says Simple Remedy a very successful Fogle gave the children nn egg hunt Oklahoma, greatly revival meeting at tho Mcthodjst Sunday afternoon that preached church Inst Prolonged His Life enjoyed bytwo or three dollars Thero each morningweek having for three nndcvcning worth tho liUlo was ellows. was somo DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN EFFECTIVE AS A REMEDY TOR CONSTIPATION d ? s BY flE513l Cj"Ttli Preserve Your Property USING J . 1 the various Amoni? older people orifnni of tlio body have n tendency to Mow up nnd weaken, and thU la usually first manifest in n pronounced Inactivity of the bowels. "Good hcultli is dependent on regularity in this Important function; whenever there is the slightest indication of constipation n mild laxative should be taken to relievo the congestion nnd dispose of the accumulated waste. Cathartics or purgatives should not bo employed, however; these nrc too violent in action and their effect Is only temporary. A mild laxative such as the combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin, known ns Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, is the ideal remedy. It bringing reIs gentle In its action, lief In an easy, natural manner, without fcriping or other pain or is plensant to the taste, and can bo obtained in any drug store. d LcForgcc, 018 Mr. Ilobert Boulevard, Davenport, Iowa, says he has always had a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in tho house for the past eighteen years, nnd that by using it occasionally as Kirk-woo- 'oWjJcGGjUi the need nriscs, nnd in this wny keeping his health good, it has prolonged his life, nnd brought case nnd comfort. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is sold by druggUts everywhere, nnd costs only fifty cents n bottle. To avoid imitations and ineffective substitutes be sure to get a facsimile of Dr. Caldwell's signnturc nnd his portrait appear on the yellow carton in which the bottle is packed. A trial bottle, free of charge, can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. H. Caldwell, 455 Washington St., Montlccllo, Illinois. TAKES SEAT Jeancttc Rankin, Representative of Montana, first woman member of Congress took her ot in the House after nn clnborntc prelude of ceremonies in which women suffragists predominated. The principal occasion was a breakfast for "The Hon. Jennetto ltankin, of Montana," under the auspices of auffrngists of all factions. to the Miss Rankin's entrance House" was signnlizcd by uproarious cheering and applause. Every member on the floor nnd everybody in the crowded galleries row ns, accompanied by Representative Evans, of Montana, she wnlked to a seat in the rear center of the hall. Miss Rankin carried ope of the jcores of bouquets of flowers which had come to her office She wore no MISS RANKIN hat and was attired in a dark dress. Members rushed from all parts of the chamber to congratulate her. In anticipation of a vast war demand for additional government clerks nnd other employes, President Wilson, by executive order, has authorized the civil service commission to fill vacancies for which no suitable cligiblcists exists, with persons who have been subjected only to noncompetitive tests. A petition for a local option election is being circulated in Marion county, but us it has been impossible so far to secure Efficient signatures the matter will go over for another month. weeks to a largo congregation. Quito nn interest was manifested nnd we hope much good hns been done. ReV. Fagaly" is an cvcngelist nnd a very nblc speaker. II. H. Padgett bought a marc from Hop Steele, near AVnyncsburg for ing. Tho usunl Haster squall came but $00. Jacob Nanco bought n milch cow with n little more fury than we liked. . Thursday of In,st week was one of fro R. E. HorK-rMrs. Robert Dishon, who has been the worst of days nnii wc were made to rcjolco that Easter comes only confined to her bed for several weeks Is not improving. once n yenr. It lonlc more like war now than H Clay Kauffman, candidate for State Scnntor was here Saturday ever ns some of Uncle Snm's hoys talking to Democrats nbout his race. hnve been sent here for tho purpose McDowell Jones accompanied him of guarding the tunnel nnd South through this section nnd did the in- Fork bridge. They hnve their camp tents stretched near the depot nnd troducing. Henry Thomns told us when at nrc well equipped nnd onto their Liberty some days since, that he sure Job. The wnr talk Is on everywhere, would win the Republican nomina- hut here's hoping it is more talk than tion for County Judge. He may win, the real thing. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. Baxter hnve purbut he hns four others to reckon piano from with, nnd it looks now like throwing chased n new Mr. Ford. up heads nnd tails. Mrs. George Dishon and children, This locality is not likely to have during thp of Cincinnati, nro here with her parHny trouble with Gorman wnr. We have only one, George Dietz ents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Trimble. Mrs. Eva Chambers and children nt Grove, nnd he is so clever nnd we fear no trouble nre here the guests of parents. that J. Russell Thompson, who has with him, besides we hear that he is ready to help Uncle Sam if his ser- been nttending the Normal is nt home. vices nrc needed. W. L. Johnson, of Science Hill, A petition is being circulated asking Gov. Stanley to pardon Mnrion was here Saturday on business. Miss Laura Johnson spent SaturMcCrcary, who was sent to the pen nt the last term of the circuit court day and Sundny with Miss Grace on a charge of kukluxingl All the Thompson. Mr. Pickett bought a sow and pigs court officers nnd eight of the jurors thnt snt in the case had signed it from Mr. Hudson for $37. Mrs. Wash Cook nnd children, of when it was presented to the writer. It is the concensus of opinion that Detroit, Mich., nrc visiting relatives he should not have been convicted, here nnd nt Highnlnd. It will be reconsidering the characters of the par- membered that Mrs. Cook was forties he is nlleged to have assisted in merly Mrs. Sarah Burton, of this place. walloping. Miss Elizabeth Dye, of Danville, M. S. Burton, who does a traveling merchantile business in this sec- spent Sunday with homefolks. Cecil Gooch nnd Perry Reynolds tion seems to be enjoying n fairly wngon makes this lo- visited their pnrents nt near Good good trade. His cality every Wednesday delivering Hope Saturday and Sundny. W. C. Brown, of Lexington, spent groceries nt the doors of his custom-e- n nnd taking in exchange eggs, but- Sunday night with his parents nt ter, poultry, etc. George Lucas is Plensant Point. The singing will close next Sunday snlesman npd his weekly visits are eagerly looked forward to as he car- conducted by Prof. II. O. Young, of ries everything in the grocery line. Highland. A number of young folks of eggs wnstcd hut the children got ten dollars worth of fun out of them. Rev. C. D. Chick filled his regular appointment here Sundny morning nnd evening but tho weather was so bad as to prevent many from attend- imt 1""tf-- J HRBSB8sMsaS7jr jlJjg. HrtSjJ A lASl Gdrtifsr uitirrr l. FwLbs H.&W.Pure Prepared Paint "The Urand That Oil Paint of great covering power, spreading capacity and durability. There is no guess work about its quality. Read the formula on every can. This paint forms a tough, tenacious, leather like coating which remains in perfect condition for many years. It retains its color too. It costs no more to apply the best than a cheap, inferior grade. Therefore the best is the cheapest in the long run. Satirist" Pure White Lead, Oxide Zinc and Linseed r11 HO 11T If. y0Ur Brand has been sold in your community for years. Ask dealer about its quality and for names of users. self-play- on HHHH The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky PRAYER A COMMENDABLE Wc do not know who Homer Mc-K- 3 g may happen to be, but certainly Homer McKce's prayer, as published by the Kansaa state board of health, is something that would be worth while for all of us to consider; and 1 we commit the principle to heart we cannot go far astray. Here it is: Teach me that GO minutes make an hour, 1G ounces one pound, and 100 cents one dollar. Help me to live that I can lie down at night with a clear conscience, without a gun under my pillow nnd unhauntcd by the faces of those to whom I have brought pain. Grant, I beseech Thee, that I may earn my meal ticket on tho square, and in doing thereof that I may not stick the gaff where it does not belong. Deafen me to the jingle of tainted money and the rustle of unholy skirts. Dlind me to the faults of the other fellow, but reveal to me my own. I look ncross the dinner table at my wife, who has been a blessing to me, that I will have nothing to conceal. Keep me young enough to laugh at my children and to lose myself in their play. And then when comes the smell of flowers and the tread of soft steps, and the crunching of the hearse's wheels in the gravel out in front of my place, make the ceremony short and the epitaph simple: "Here Lies a Man." i At Richmond court Monday good to GOO pound steers broupht $10 n hundred. Several bunches sold at that figure. Other lots sold at from $9 to $9.75 a hundred. Calves weighing in the . neighborhood of 200 pounds, brought $20 n head. Thero were many horses nnd mules on tho market and a great many changed hands at good prices. The prices ranged from $125 to $250 a head for mules nnd horses sold at a like GOO figure. Guide me so that each night when The Interior Journal, $1.50 a year. Let the I. J. supply you with graved cards. en- tiitin nnd nulinklnn uuiUlllVL'U uu uuttct iiik ville. uiiiK Myers Pumpt nnd Gray Engines . Stanford, Ky. Do sure your title is good. Lot me Phone 198 survey your land purchase for you, l Will nn nnvtvnnrn 1... j ....--- 4UIU IIIUIVU II'IUIIII. .. ... ,w c iA ' .1 PROFESSIONAL AND "When In Doubt Take a Bath." BUSINESS CARDS Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, Tin- ! Surveying and Leveling, M. C. Newland, Stanford y. ". Walking twelve miles in four hours. Miss Annie Todd, of Carroll-toa student of the University of Kentucky, won. $10 from Ollie Trout-mnwho wagered her she could not walk from Lexington to Nicholas- n, n, from Highland have been nttending nnd have helped to make the singing very interesting. Miss Caddie Lewis, aged fourteen, nnd Gocbcl Cracraft, nged sixteen, Rowland Peavine No. G053 Rowland Peavinehestnut stallion, foaled May 14, 1912. Sired by Rex Peavine, No, 1796, by Rex McDonald, No. 833, by Kex of White Sulphur, Scott both county, eloped nnd were married. WARNER THE ROYAL JACK , Drummers Wagons, Carriages and Uuggies; Open Day and Night. mile. CAPT. AM BOURNE Autos by trip or the Please Give us a Trial, We Will You. II. II. Carter, Manager. AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. Phone 5. Calls answered day or night. Tho high dollar at your sale all the CARTER & CARTER, Stanford. Ky. price; sales time and at lowest cried anywhere. Phone 3G4A Lancaster at my expense " an" Muto ervice VACCINATE nm prepared to vaccinate for An thrax, Black Leg, and all other tock disenses. UNDERTAKER, JOHN COOK. Veterinarian, We carry n large and complete stock Stanford. K of Caskets, Robes etc at all times.-- 5 Phone 204. Phone: Farmers' lino No. Woodstock line No. J. M. REYNOLDS I WAYNESDURG. CONTRACTING Daily Except Sunday Sec B. L. FAGALY for Contracting Houses, and Building of any sort Kentucky. Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) Stanford, nt 10:00 a. in. and 4.00 p. m. Barns, Etc. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9:00 r. m. and 1:30 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at W. W. BURGIN Low Charges DENTIST O. L MINKS. Proori.tor Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Crab Orchard Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays GOOD AUCTIONEER at Stanford is hnlf of a Good Sale. Let me cry Office la Lincoln Bank Buiding 'our sale and I will get you top orices. I will go anywhere you want treat you T. W. PENNINGTON, mo to nndM.nlwnysJOHNSON right. II. DENTIST Phono 1920. R. D. 1, Stanford, Ky. Stanford, Ky. Myers House Flats Phonei Office 240 "las. 165 Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford Will make the season of 1917 nt my stable mile from Crab Orchard, on the ... . nt Sincleton.. place, ,, $10 -- , Hear Ye! Sec Me! The nujui. uuii j,nrlli... . . . I again nnnnnrl10 insure u .living tun. 1fi , luiuur. Jack." "hxcelsipr. " ' ;r "' before the public for close scrutiny i weighs : 1.400 pounds, is compactly nmt mlniirntion nnd abundant ser nnd has plenty bone and hnish. vice, nnd nm opposed to the cost of builtcolts show tor themselves. high l"ing and place my charges ill nlso stand at the same time " where the farmer of moderate and plncc my saddle stallion means can do business witn me ni BLACK PRINCE the "low cost of living prices" ns well ns the rich. My progeny sneak for themselves, selling as weanlings By Kentucky Penvine, out of n mare for $C.r to $100, and nt two yenrs by Old Preston. He is a coming as black as n crow of nge for $200. Reference: Messrs. Bun Gaines, J. G. Livingston, J. II. nnd a good one. You should see him. Wm. He will stand at $10 to insure. Hnrris, Jacobum Rctrofrac, Long, Lute King, John Saylor. J. G. TWO GREAT MULE JACKS Cnrpenter nnd many others. I have Will also stand two great mule nil hn mnrkinir. form. size, symmetry, n bones, muscles, tendons, equipments lacks at $10 to insure. One tho Bun Gnines jack nnd the and color true to my Jnckship; nm 5 nn nthlete nnd possess the greatest other, Jesse Fox, a fine fellow. agility and gambol over the green yeirs old and a good breeder. His sward like n rnce horse, nnd hnveba-s-a colts show up nicely. See them both o before you breed your marcs. voice, with a musical sopra-teno- r Will stand n fine registered Shortniofundn nlternations nnd bray due the happy hours awny; tho pass word horn Bull at $2 to insure. isMoney elsebred is Eureka; favorite songs, "Home, in all cases when animal y where or parted with. Sweet Home." nnd "My Old Home:" Motto: Get there Eli. W. R. GA INES. Crab Orchard, Ky. DON VARRICK 1- EXCELSIOR - ,.... :,. " four-year-ol- Denmark 840. 1st dam: Bourbonistc, No. 9297 (full sister to Bourbon's Best) by Bourbon Chief 970, by Harrison Chief 1G0G, by Clark Chief 89. 2nd dam: Judy Oliver G407, by Red Cloud 2197, by Indian Chief 1718. 3rd dam: by Wilson's King 2197. 4th dam: Daughter of Sim's Clark Chief 2575. Rowland Peavine is a rich chestnut, with star and snip; stands 1S.3 full; weighs 1100 pounds; five years old. As you will see from y the above breeding, he has the blood of the best show horses has ever produced, and is one himself. You should see this horse before booking your mare. You rarely ever have the opportunity to breed to a horse as fashionably bred at the small fee of $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Will make the season of 1917 at my stable on East Main street. Money due at birth of colt or when mare is parted with or bred to other stock. Ken-tuck- well-know- J. C. BAILEY Stanford, Ky. BLEUCHER 46158 llKCOUIl 2 19 1 4. TKI.Vb 2 14 if 4 KENTUCKY'S CHAMPION ltOAI) 1IOU8K and Urctdins CUm st Kentucky Slste Fair 1910 Winner of KoJ Cla 2:27 f Alcone 032, dams of 05. I Sire of 00, . . .. 2858 . r iiaric riigiu 24. IUclud."1.lt iI. Hire of Nonday !:03 SearrrUlslit Ilr St.'Klnm 27S !:0 IlrmMUclit nrook 19769....-Reco- rd Oreat I rood mare. Silent :09, Valpa Dark WiUea 2 lift etc. 2:09 Hire Qt.lMly Ilurk 2:03 f Harry Clay 45, 229 Miawbajr 2:07 J Hire oi 4, uamt oi su. Jenny Clay .... ....... Meadow Ilriiok 2 :09 3 4, Ureal krood mare. Kmma Hrook 2:09 orwood Hello Lady arrine 2:07 liy Norwood S22 tic. llellbruuk 2.10, llaron Wilkes 4758. 2:18, I B ir Mnkn 2 4457 of 12ln 2:10, etc. Hire of Uremia Yor I'erno 2:05 2:04 'ueen Kthel Native Delia (3) 2:00 llv ritrathmore 408. CUyo .. ' . Bilter 811k (4) 2:08 Dam of llumps 2:03 (2) (3) 2:07 Monrleu Dam uf I.ala Walt lllrucher 2:29 1.4, Buil X, (3) 2:09 2.27 Wllkea Kulwon.1 8000 2:21 1 4. etc r. 2:17; out of a 3 4. sire of Carl Wilkes Hetty Clay half iliter to Hilent 2:04 12. Hilent Uter to llrook 2:10 Half Jenny Clay llrook 2 .0)1 1 2, Jteddia iiy iia rry Clay 45 and Clay (4) 2 25 Dam of Silent llrook Lilly Clay, dam of l'rue 2 10 12. Iteddio Clay (4) ... niiit etc. 2.25 Ken-luck- J. B. PERKINS Room. Phone 214 28-2- The Only Keeley Institute in Kentucky For any information apply to DENTIST ? B"l,d'" Lincoln STANFORD. KY. J. B. WILLIS any and Repairing of all kinds. For work of this sort, sco Thone 251 Plumbing, Tinning A. D. PAKSUIN5 Stanford, Crab Orchard, Kentucky Crescent Heights Stock Farm Ky. can have all ailments of their horses promptly rattle and other live stock nnd expertly attended by DR. H. A. PICKETT King's Mountain, Ky. Veterinarian, South End Farmers fiM, MRH W SlaW Aberdeen-Angu- s Cattle ss Southdown Sheep, DurocJersey Hogs bloodlines is represented in your Tho bestthese famous breeds. High-claeach of I can get you highest prices tor Individuals for sale at all times. land, stock, crops or nouseno.u Kvu.. R. F. D. No. 5 Sales Cried Anjrwbe V. CARSON E. Stanford, Kentucky JOHN B. DINWWMi;. AUCTIONEERING Mli J-- have aqualine eyes, plensing countenance, style, typical head, ears, ALMONT DARE neck, shoulders, body, back, bones, Almont Dare, 3228, is a rich red hns. hocks, legs nnu icei, ami rau i hay stallion; My keeper friend li nanus nign wun goon dnl anneidace. nnd guide is Thomas Matheusclah bone and fine style. Is extremely lfnst both undcr 8aUt,' nnd in har Johnson Scientific breeders state the dam ncss. He is a full brother to Toxy for gives 707r of potency and prepoten- - Dare that won the championshipKen-of saddle bred brood marcs at tho cy to the gammetcsj others say 50 defeat ng State this power nnd force is given by tucky May fair in 1914 to Nettle-m- o and others and by the sire. Send Edna the dam and 50 and thnt sold dams 1G hands high nnd that .tonr.nn. Hn for $3,000 one others at is the best nnn i . Inn K..n.lo ...lh $1 of tho lot iuuiiua, .... wcign i,uuu 10 dpfented good conformation and you will get His colts havo frequently as high mulo colts that will weigh 1,200 to the colts of sires standing myself as for 1,400 pounds when matured with $75. Have sold his colts offers of $1,000 age. I nrrango and fructify the $500. Others claimvery best to use nt gammetes.and naturo docs tho rest They also nre the my home, being largo, fine, game, dura-bl- o for my neurous are electro-toninnd kind. blood that of roynlty; composed of Will make tho season at $10 to tho red, whitonnd blue; rich In the live colt. "units" of "proximnte principals;" Bryan Breckinridge, my registermy nervo cells nre filled with prana; ed blackjack, 1G hands with extremetho results will ho through at radiation and zygotosis ly large bono will stand for marcs for and $8 mule colts of the uniform slro nnd $10 for mare mules breed jennets type, for, style, nction nnd beauty, horse mulo. Will also $10 to insure at nnd docility, perfect mules with the any month in year colts for $120 nt sold "esprit do corps" of their siro; no colt. Hnve time. his Grass furnished at do combat" or weaning Buch word as "hors stock intrusted foil, in mv vocabulnr of Jnckology. $2 per month nnd allmy personal As Sol Russell said, "when passing to mo will recclvo but will not bo responsible my way 'drop' over on me in peacefor nccldcnts. Season on tho nbovo ful valley." mare My friend, "Romeo" the beautiful are duo when colt is foaled orparted black registered Polangis Bovine, is bred to other stock or stock tho abovo will make the doing business here, too prico $1.00 with. All my place, two and a half at at tho lot, and tho handsome Adonis, seasonwest of Hustonvlllo, on Huston-vlll- o tho cquino male, well grown, In sue, miles and Liberty pike. Pedigrees graceful and ideal conformation, will furnished upon request. do service at $7.00. Wo liko S. T. POWELL. Hustonville. Ky. but, defy successful competition in our lines, "To tho victors LADIES Engraved cards should belong tho spoils." My price ?8.00. be used for all social purposes. See Very truly, EXCELSIOR The Royal Jack. the new samples wo have and as Address Carpenter Farm, R. F. D. 1, cheap as they can be bought any Crab Orchard, Ky., Chappie's Gap where. The Interior Journal. 69-Pike. I .. "U ... ii , electro-bioplast- ic 14 Meadow llrook 2.00 12, b.i. ..t ti..i, tnie.a " id 1.5. alra of Hilly Ilurk fihawbay 2 07 1. 4. Karri... a.ui J14. lle.ty llrook 9 09 3 4 Kmnj. Urook 2:09 3 4 U. y m llelllirook 2 10, Ilutter flrook 2.10 14, nilU IIK..4. U7 1 m4 etc r ma uaiu, jemiy (4) 2 11 14, etc. Blred dam of Chatty Direct (I) 3 alto produced Iteddle Clay 2 '25 I 4, snd was irandam of True 2 21 12 ............. v....i...t.w l'...iv(l.. llpn.lit Ynrlr f!tl ( Kt.7fc, 2oViVn..ivV iwiV" a, a ot ( (41 2 03 12 (champion 3, ear old filly.) Manrlo (3) 2 07 14 (r'uturily winner.) Bit; winner,) (lomoko 2 10, N (3) 209 14, (Futurity er Silk (4) 2 08 1 2, Ru.ie "'n,".fJ-Bire2 10 lt.xlu.ter 3 10 14. Momaatrr 2 11. Blliko (tf 2 11 14 I2',,""" dams of The Ilarre.ter, 2 01 (champion Irottlne "Isllion,) to Mo llumps 2 2nSl Urother (3) 2 1J 3 4. etc TlPton (4) 2.09 tn . . tt D in S3 1 1. trial mile 2 14 3 4, ball Jin lt00. laH quarter HUucher 40158, record 2 29 .... ..-- ... wu.i- Is handsome seal brown uorae, aim win wriii secondi. iT. ....! .1.. HI I...1 lirnoktand la out of Claro. by the (real Futurity aire Moko. ....i . rountry, and we way i.. .i..,.,..,,l I... t.V.n over one million hortrs from thismsre owners to breed beller prices for our horses InWbe future. Our sdtlce to worth as sires, Is llleucher pruven Ih'.r mVrea and to breed them to staMlona of merit and Ill) It Ju.t lb lipe to produce the eolta thst will supply the demsiid. .. : ?.l i .ub ....1 ..l.ntv nl Inula ami conformation i. aiVat "rotting Btallion will make the seaaou of 1917 at my stalls la LsucasThl. tcr, Kentucky, t ., tai0 &$ .4. (',"'''' tw com-petitio- n, m . to Insure a Living Colt A A BARLOWE pt.a Bhellsnd Btallion lor ins season oi ivn si my Ibis I UncasteV. K?, at l"o0 TO IKBUKK A LIVING COLT. I m prepared to Uk. c. Money eir In 10 cents a dsr, Ucn retained on colt, for aemc st of wilt. Csr. tskeu to prc.nt accidents tul not r due when Sir! Is' traded or sny occur. . tpon.lbl should tf W. B. BURTON, Ph.w 95, Lancaster, Kentucky. u S -i . V J ! nxffiss r7 i. $".. rw AT . c. ' !? 9 T ?KivV' i?s2F wmts ET23 7 raal Start Kerivekr- - Friday, OMM UBDtt ? 4i A t .41 II MM iff "P"" A Heeansa , trtit.- aTiaTIfiiikifi-.- V 4MW1 w' JfjMfes Twyd fHVVRtfWMS 'y ISM imn. 1, w J NO f, Ft t !l ' l 1 I -- Ji Jo 8. Wrkhti WepBeter of the Junction Gitir Jack Farm, boURht'of Ir Shtlby Teyte; a fine jck at the ir.'TnR' repftrted prce of $p,000. . The firic Onn Doie Of Mayr't 'Wonderful Remfellow Vcilw 1,220 pounds. edy Drive Them Out. End Torture J.J?r Cook & Cor, s4iippc4 from, Stomach poisons breed millions of WfciEW t4MT thfeU Cix rver farm Wednesday n perms that cat into your vitals, causSlfltland popy'to a Winchester par ing Gas Pressure, Indigestion, Constj-patioity. The anfmat brausht ?205. Torpid Hver, Yellow Gall Stones. oi aickcc iirouicrsr. .HQiyfir Ven BftMeoiiq, K.In prank- -- cYunty, have soil to MrMi v&ooi ira Appendicitis, Jaundice, and Ulcers of H Cancer Sons, the Stomach and Intestines, etc., etc. 1Mb W. $. P WlHOillM Chartta4.fi oT the"rawttJjMf. vtttCafrm d i.v' I. 0. cf 'Grec'n, lowu. Defender Major, Thousands of sufferers have been restored iC! . JnXfruJi'Jaiarti I& irrsjfctlon. bul If son of Old Rofcnder, the p'1'-'- hnr among by Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, TV Mt" n kwL Mr UrauRc count of their pens, for $1,500. They have them Justice of the Supremo tuft thousands! also sold five sows durlnt the hst" Court, Congressmen, Doctors, Lawyers, Bankers, Ministers, Nurses, Fary?ne years a nroailneni two woqks at $200 caoh mers, Mechanics persons of every f,tIio Haptlst cuurcli, he Is ,l ' IJors are on a boom here, says n class probably your own neighbor. i Stomach troubles are due mostly to Mt. Stdrling dispatch and $16 per poison. Mnyr's Wonderful hundred was ofTcrod for future de- catarrhal removes thnt noison. thor Remedy livery. Many handlers arc rcfusins to oughly cleanses the system, drives take the price, which is the highest out the disease breeding germs, ai Civil War. since the Predictions lays inflammation nnd ends suffering. , Unlike nny other remedy. No alcohol were made that hogs will reach the r nothing to injure you. Une dose mark. $20 convinces, b llt.h book on Stomach Vic Robertson, Hardinsburg, sold Ailments. Write Geo. II. Mayr, Mfg. to Babe Jctt, Daviess county, one pair Chemist, Chicago, or obtain n bottle of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy from of farm mules for $490; to Frank The Penny Drug Store or nny reliable rU Fuqua, Owensboro, a pair for $450; druggist, who will return your muni-to Adkisson and Tobin Guston, two if it fails. Tgfl :. . pairs for $870; to Henry Leslie i a pair for $425; to A T. Beard, a mule for $230. Mr. Robert&?' in Indiana a load of son bought , ui rV: . medium and big farm mules for Kd which he paid from $210 to $250 a head. ,r Fox, O'Danicl & Company, who OF have had 652 head of cattle on slop fr V at the distillery of Wathcn, Mueller Splendid Building Lots & Kobert the past season, a few (lays BRAWN ER. AND chaplain pf Lodge No. 23, ago sold the bunch to Armour & Co., IT O. O. P., of which he has beon a Chicago packers. For 202 of the cat Nine Room Metal tle delivered last Saturda'y they re .member for forty years. ."t.Wafli weak, run down and nerv-ou- r ccived $10.40 per hundred pounds; Roof House fotlpwlns'a spell of bad health." for the remaining 350 head which are . sold Mr. "Drawner. I had pains to be delivered April 21, they rccciV' In obedience to a Judgment of the rough my thest at times that caus- ed $11.00 per hundred. The cattle Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered nt ing a lot of trouli'c. delivered Saturday averaged 1,090 the November term, 1916, in the ac"Nervousness set In, and I couldn't pounds. tion of Mrs. Sallie Vnrnon, etc., Lebanon Enterprise. sleep well at night. The least llttiu against Mrs. Sallie Varnon's Trusnolee would walie me up, and that tee, the undersigned Commissioner " meant I 'would lie awake the rest of GOOD PRICES AT GANN SALE will on The sale of J.' P. Gann, in the the. night. " " "X got so I couldn't enjoy a meal. West End of Lincoln, was well at Saturday, May 5, 1917 Food that used t make me almost tended and good prices were realiz 'eat my head off didn't tempt me. The ed throughout. Wednesday "was a fine beginning nt 10 a. m., on the premboya' at "the ledge asked what was day for it and people were there ises, offer for sale at public outcry the matter with mo. from several counties. The Interior to the highest nnd best bidder, the I "Well, I couldn't tell exactly. B. Din "VanDeveer Property" in the south My Journal's friend, Col. John and all-iern suburbs of Stanford, Lincoln wag Just half-sicbrbther-In-'.apot me to try Tanlac. widdle, was hardly up to his stand county, Ky., in the following sub I didn't have much faith In It, but I ard as an auctioneer, but he did his divisions: (1) Lot No. 9, of about Cacres. best. He was suffering from a severe consented to try It. t frame metal "Well, sir, It's, remarkable what cold and was very hoarse. Mr. Gann containing n Tanlac has dojie for me. I've been was greatly pleased with the sale, roof dwelling, a barn and other out buildings. taking It for about seven or elghi Following is n list of most of the (2) Lots 10 to 20, both inclusive, vre4is and I feel fine. When I e!t stock and crop that changed hands will then be sold separately, and dc-.to ho table you can be pretty Jersey heifer to R. L. Berry for then as a whole and the bid ncceptcd which realizes the greater sum. These sie. that I'm going to tat orerylblng $19. lots range in size from nbout 2 to that" Is, put In frontof mo. Black heifer to R. L. Berry for 3 2 acres. "I sleep sound every night, and mv (3) Lots 1 to 8, both inclusive sleep rests me. I really can't say $55.50. enough for Tanlac." Three heifers to R. L. Berry at will then bu sobl separately and as a whole and the bid accepted which right dou't .If :ou Delay reelhealth get Tanlaf. $34. realizes the greater sum. These lots matters Is In today. G. Cowan for $40. Heifer to W. range in size from nbout 1 2 to dangers. Two heifers to R. L. Berry at $33. 7 acres. Lots 10to 20 inclusive contain in Cow and calf to R. L. Berry for Tanlac Is sold exclusively In Stanthe nggrcgate about 30 acres and $53. lots 1 to 8 inclusive contain in the ford at ThePann'y Drug Store, E. R. Steer to R. L. Berry for $39.50. aggregate about 20 acres. Coleman, Proprietor. Two steers to R. L. Berry at $17. Lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 11, and 15 Tanlac can now bo obtained in folJersey cow to John Gilmer.nt $C7. face Somerset street with frontage lowing neamy cities: Morcland, Abranging from 135 to 180 feet nnd Black cow to Elvin Mays at $G2.-5an average depth of over COO feet. raham Minks; Huatonvlllo, Adams Lots l(i, 17. 18, 19. and 20 face on Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-burCow to Joe- - Gann at $47.50. pike with frontage ranging " Joe McWMiams; Middleburg, from 145 to 180 feet nnd an aver Mlik cow to R. L. Berry at $93. W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne COO feet. mare to C. H. Robbins age depth of over 7 acres faces "Cut-Off- " Lot 1 of about Bros.; Brodljead, John Robins; Lanfor $25. pike and reaches town branch caster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, d mare to R. II. Bo- - and has a tenement house of three J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. hon for $71. rooms. A. Horton. Lots 2, 3, 4, 5,. and C are to face" Jennet to R. L. Berry for $20. a new .(U foot street leading to SomJennet and colt to J. II. Floyd for erset street at Menefee and McRobProspects for a go6d wheat crop erts corner near old pondt are very poor just now. Mr. George $55. Lots 7 and 8. face homcrset street mdle to W.' B. Cov P. Bright, who has been over four or in front of P. M. McRoberts and con.Ave counties recently, tells jhe I. J. er for $111. tain about 2 2 acres each. filly to J. K. Baugh- A 40 foot street is to run from that he has. seen very few promising man for $81. Menefee's corner on Somerset street crops and never saw the outlook for mure mules to southwest corner of W. P. Grimes' Pair of wheat worse at this time of tlio year. lot1; a 40 foot street is to run from to W. M. Fields for $4Q0. " this street between lots 7 and 8 on R. L. Berry for $52 and one side and 2 to C inclusive on the . Mare to Offico Phone No. 6 Carter's Livery and Feed Stable another for $132. other to southeast corner of No. (1 41 ewes and 39 lambs by side sold and from that point 30 feet wide to J. M. CASEY Somerset street; n 15 foot alley is to at $10.50. u inclusive. 2 rear Corn sold from $0.50 to $0.75 at run in wholeof lots to to sbld'as abovo tract be The Surgeon and crib. indicated is in the southern subuibs Hay from $.18 to $19 a ton. of Stanford, Lincoln ctunty, KenDentist tucky, bounded on the north by land Farming implements Bold well.- of Mcnefeo and St. Asaph R ranch; Cattle and Hogi Vaccinated . JU- -- II L. pike and W. P. east by "Cut-Off- " Grimes; south by J. 3. IToclter nnd Mat Myers; west by Somerset itrcct and containing abiut 57 ncrcs. The object of tho sale Is for a re V investment of the proceeds. f"'ir ' : - Dnr . Hki r LiuHWMF'for smoim & Son - MOKINNEY THE s 'i'o .:: 'I Sell the Chtmpten CrMM Saver uewms i MML IVUWV arr-isatiav r XOH ere riUilnir thrlr to mwt the toarlnf cot Tl.p n Ufal of matrrlalu, t'nropeny l puttlnil outi at. no In-cn4 tetter In prlre a crr-i- Dillitlce knOW inai WJllia ""'r brr;or before lmproTe-uieat- a howl, n liell nil ltpiraior reparetor ininjr iiUtt orcrotion at the Bieei.ndlctor that proper apetd, Important with IWf then erer a self centering vf SMmltMWt.tjsmmmmmmsmS T".':ABJPWJr' , "Sat . en I! H. irr i IJP Ctv I ltral bowl Ktlon J new BOHEMIAN KING 2410 Is making the season at the Glenworth Farms, Burgin, Ky Season $50 Pasturage on marc held fbr trial 10 cents for live colt, as heretofore per day; grain at nctunl cost Best of care given to marcs. Good, registered maros wanted to conform to this stallion. Wrlto fully or phono tho Glenworth Farms, Allen S. Edelcn, owner, Burgin, Ky. f i ;l y Tha NEW Da Laval tmboditt th in ereum separator construction in thi last grtatttt tmprovtmcntt 30 years 45 CENTS FOR BUTTER FAT THIS WEEK! v r '.iM J SALE Commissioner's W.-F.-- The tfKW Pe t.aral hn sreattr capacltr. The Ni:V tie I.aral aklma erta cloer The NBW 'Pe Itral la etea atmpler In ronatructlun The NI.W Ie Lafal la area more inltnry. And joa Bt all thfse Improre-mcnl- a wltheut ene real Incrmae In the pilre. Toil can bar a I)e I.atal from us on nch terma that It will par for lUell while yna ere nln It. Hut etea If jo come In and are not reaJr to buy look the machine OTer. It U1 be worth The print: Butter Co., Cincinnati. O., Has Helped the Farm Woman Tri-Sta- te y. Read n message one of our patrons gave us permission to 1 your while. Report of the condition of The Lincoln Trust Co. J S doing business at ttn Pnnnlv nt Kentucky, nt the on the tenth day the town of Stan T.lnrnln tfltl nf close of business, of April, 1917. $32,291.02 Loans nnd Discounts Due from Bnnks 28.20 Other Assets not included under any of above CC.OC heads .... Reaourcea ... . Gentlemen: There never has been anything Rotten up that, has holped the FARM WOMAN like the BUTTER COMPANY. We used to chiirn ind sell our butter, but with your help we don't do that now. I can't help but sing praise for you. We have no store bill to pay now. We always have n little money. I have sent you sovernl shippers nnd never heard? anyone say but what they were satisfied. We will have six cows soon. We are raising a bunch of pigs on separator milk nnd also have four calves. Lopg may your Company standi BEATRICE WELLER TRI-STAT- E i 1 I 'tii j. , )3 c 4 Total i .. . $32,375.28 $25,000.00 C90.42 Capital Stock pnid in, in penses and taxes paid . .'. nilU Payable Other Liabilities not included under any of nbove heads .. Liabilities Try Selling Your Cream to i k ,, cash "' divided Profits, less ex THE TRI-STAT- E BUTTER CO. CINCINNATI, O. 3,150.00 3,031. 8 G Capital Stock $75,000 Ask i.H f, any ... patron what they think of us, or write for Freu Trial Cans Tri-Sta- , l-- 0. g, Total $32,375.28 State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, . . Set. We. W. II. Shanks and W. M. liright, President nnd Secrotnry and Treasurer of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the nbove statement is true to the best of our knoweldgc nnd belief. W. II. Shanks, President s. W. M. Bright, Subscribed and sworn to before me this twelfth day of April, 1917 My Commission expires Feb. 7, 1920. W. W. Saunders, Notary Public. Correct Attest: J. W. ROCHESTER E. C. WALTON A. T. NUNNELLEV Directors. Sec.-Trea- I iW When Little Willie ? ft' M Gets the Tummy Ache! puckery persimmons or too much Jelly calte. belliake is acute indigestion. Grve the sufferer a good big dose of castor oil and apply ft hot water bottle to the spot of greatest pain. Old-fashione- Cut-Oft- y- Three-year-ol- Two-year-o- ld Two-year-o- ld four-year-o- ld Veterinary MENROE n This good stallion wi'I make the of 1917 at the home of Eli Estes, two miles southwest of Eubank on the Fishing Creek and Eubank roa.l at $10 to insure a colt ten days old. This horse is so well known that it is useless to describe him. Eli Estes and Daniel Newsom. TOUR GOOD JACKS Three cf them blac": nnd one rey, all of them good ones. They range in ages from coming two to seven years. You should seo them before you breed. Will stand them all at ?G to Insure a colt four months old. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible imould any occur. Parties with mare or breeding her to other animals forfeit insurance and makes season monoy due.ELI ESTES, 30-Eubank, Ky. pea-so8t The youngsters just will eat green apples or d hot water Dottles in your home ache and rheumatism, too. goods to be had. You ought to have one of our guaranteed for neuralgia, tooth- We carry the highest quality of rubber A3 Our castor oil in bulk or capsul and active as greased lightning. stick The Lincoln Pharmacy J. W. ACEV, Proprietor DR. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacol i! 11 .,'-- PAINTS before you buy. . . W have a big stock and want to sell. See us A . vn-nill CHI-NAME- L, J ?: "i .? V IT. r. KYANIZE AND FLATTED- LAC FLOOR PAINT "ai . '. smw jmr kjxrji n a hit mtuaniLO, uuluko rAinif nnTf riff The purchasers execute bonds payablo to tho Lincoln Trust Company, bearing G per cent interest from date of sale until paid, having tho force and effect of judgments nnd secured by lien on the property sold. Alans snowing the location ot the lots may be seen at court-houseach of tho Stanford banks and at law offlces of P, M.. McRoberts and J. B. Paxton. E. D. PENNINGTON, Matter Commleiioner Lincoln Cir cuit Court. e, TfcKMS: Tho sa credit of six months. required to will be with good security, os will be on n "SWISS CLEANING and DYEING SAVES HALF THE BUYING". Send your CLEANING and D&NG to us. Our SERVICE is as CLOSE AS YOUR POSTMAN. Our Work is the BEST IN THE STATE. Send us a trial today. We Clean and Dye Everything. AND SUNDRIES BLACKWOOD .A REYNOLDS & EVANS 4C mt .; JUNCTION CITY, KY, , tf1 M Full blooded black Spanish Jack. Seven years old and a proven foal getter. Will make the season at my place two miles south of Waynes burg at S5 to insure a colt four months old. Not responsible for acci dents. HOP STEELE, Wayneiburg, Ky R. F. D, N."3. 3Mt Swiss Cleaners & Dyers 617 Fourth Avenue Iaorprata4 WE OPERATE NINEDIFEERENT . t t Louisville, Ky. aSTORfeS r J TV :.,I. .A . ,' 1, it. klri ," t' , ) t i hL. i ; ."'AV.