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No. 3 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, April 20, 1917 CRAB ORCHARD Mr. J. Kvan Cnrson, of Poncn City, Okln., is mingling with old friends once more. He is looking fine and seems in the best of health. Mrs. Ilesslu Browning, of Corbin, wns here last week with her little baby daughter to sec her mother, Mrs. Magee. Airs. J. G. Carpenter nnd Miss Jo- Tuesdays and Friday LECTURE ON BELGIUM TONIGHT Mr. Victor Bogacrt, of Lexington, will lecture on Belgium and her lost by the war that was forced upon her, at the Presbyterian church tonight at 7l30. He was In Belgium when the war began and taw the horrible (laughter of her citizens. He tell very Interestingly of the war and its consequences in his natire country and his lecture is said to be exceedingly enjoyable. No admission fee will be charged and a cordial inrita-tio- n is extended all to attend. Mr. Bogaert has lectured at a number of ri Central Kentucky towns and the speak in high terms of his pa-pe- i i I m$miMtMHnS4 ,. -- ,'',.! play same place, May Ifith and commencement May 17th at which Prof. Fortune, or Lexington, iransyivania University will deliver the principal address. Hettie Gadbcrry and son Mrs. Luther Gudberry, who is to be a minGOING HIGHER COAL ister in Qklnhomii, nnd Mrs. hills, of Mr. C. It. Coleman, the big conl Mpreland. were the guests Sunday of F T. Ilurke. operator of Cnry, BclL county, stop- Mr. and Mrs. Preston, who hns been 'Mr, Chns. Louisped off on his his return from for several years employed by Mr. ville nnd spent Wi'dnosdny with his J. M. Keane has gone to Louisville to family here Asked about the pros- work for Armour & Co. Mr. App Shelby, of Louisiann is at pects of cheaper coal, Mr. Coleman, for a visit to his sisters, the vmllcd. "You mean higher coal, don't ArcadiaShelby. Misies is no doubt you?" hu nsked. "There John Powull and family will move about conl going higher and there's to Dnnville in June Thev have purhaving a nice no telling how high it is going to get. chased a lot and are cottage erected. Tho high price of breadstuff's has Dr, Winston Phillips was purchasmade it necessary to increase ed the old tabernacle and torn it the wages of ool men 20 per cent, down for the lumber in it. S. W Ilurke. Sr.. has bought two nnd wo may have to raise them near White Oak of the widow-Casagain," said he. Continuing, Mr, Cole- farms lately. Price private. man spoke of the scarcity of (abor, Mrs 11 F Hwin went to Lexingstating that it was next to impossible ton Wednesday to visit numerous to get as many men ns ho' needed nt aunts and uncles. his mines. Most of the work nt the ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT Cary mines is done by machinery, but The fifteenth annual commencedifilcuty is experienced in getting ment exoteises of the colored high held enough men of the kind wanted to school of this city were night, in the rherc opera house Wednesday operate the machines. were two graduates John lardif. who spoke on "Preparedness," and BIG CATTLE DEAL subject Miss Mattie Logan, whose following cnttlo sales were iv.. "The llso of Obstacles." Both The mado at Mt. Sterling court Monday: handled their subjects well nnd were the recipients of many Mowers ami Duve Fox boughtr 1C about .,mU Tin' annual address and steers (good, ones) of James presentation of diplomas wits by Dr. Nichols at $(14; Sam Lnythrum pur K. K. Underwood, who is said to talk chased 12 small calves of James C. Imvo made nn exceedingly fine pro tliH irrnduntcs. An Interesting Wtto t $27.00; M, C. Wilson sold gram of songs, recitations nml drills heifers., to J. M. was J 7 about cnrrieii oui to mu iieiiKiu oi uiu jmm' wumm bought big crowd that was present. Dr. Tur-ll- f. colored high head na wmtimmW $( Coon school, tho doing of thework in Stan good is rs to A. . Jim. .'. ford and it is pleasing to know that ,wN Vs"T' fpFJPJMHsSt sold ho has tho of white and Mr. colored in his efforts. tboftt 8M 050-poud WOMAN'S CLUn MINSTREL GOOD people have been Tho Stanford placed under deeper obligation to the Womnn'ii Club for giving them n splendid minstrel pcrformnnco Tiles-dn- y night. Then1 wasn't a member of the Club In tho performance, but that organization was bnek of It, which meant beyond n doubt tlint tho vntertnlhmehl would be n meritorious ono. The curtain rained on Joseph Uallou, grandson of the grand old preacher by thnt name, making a talk oil "What Wo Have at Our House." It was a very clever effort nnd the young man was liberally Mist .Mary Ilailcy, who always please ber hearers, pave a vocal number with great credit, and was followed by Miss Jean l'axtoii, who "brought the house down" with her Woman's. Right talk. Her was ax ludicrous as her remark were amusing. Miss Ilelle Tlns-A'- ll favored the audience with a vocal solo which was much enjoyed. These number over, the minstrel part of the "show" began in earnest nnd it vas nearly 11 o'clock before the boys got through with their jokes nnd their fun. The following fun mnkers took pnrt In the performance, with Judge John N. Menefee ns interlocutor: Albert Philips, Maurice Cottcngim, Sam Hill, Pat Tanner, Maurice Tucker, Will Yager, John Woner, Hurry Carter, Kd Hnt-d- y Carl Carter, "Puny" llrown, Howard Ncwland, Kd Tnnrer, Kd Italian!, Cop Moscr, and Will Grimes. Where all did so well it is invidious to pnrticulnrize, but suffice it to say that the entertainment was worth the price of admission and the only surprise is that tho house was not packed to standing room only. The boys were nil blacked nnd looked the part of professionals iind each nnd all of them did creditable work. Judge Menefee made a dignified interlocutor anil played the role like n veteran of the stage. Tho jokes and ongs were, for the most part fresh on many of our anil the "take-offpeople eoked much laughter. The Woman's Club is about $75 better off by having given the minstrel, while those who attended feel better by having been present. was accomMiss Frances Kmbry panist for the ladies who sang and Mrs. T. J. Hill. Jr., for the black- faced artists and both did their work "well. The stage was prettily decorated with United States tlags. o well-know- n JUNCTION CITY It. Steclo has bought an Oakland car Mr. It. It. Unset has resigned his clerkship at F. T. Burke's store nnd Mr. W, K. McAnally in now clerk there. Mr. Kay Carter and family are farming at Morclnnd now. We are glad to state that our friend. Mr. Stanley Catron has gone into tho potato raising business, nnd liar hail n portion of the lanil near. his fathers store lirokcn up to put in potatoes, Mr. Grntton Preston has been appointed town trustee. Mr. Coon has moved to Irvine. Miss lmogeno Doss, n niece of Mr, and Mrs, James 0. lllnlnc, has been their guest for several days. Miss Doss taught school In Christian county last fall. The name of Alrie Dunn was by mistake left off the Junction City roll of honor last week for March 11)17. He was a fourth grader, John Ilurke was up on the hill Monday to say farewell to his Almn Mater, as he left on No. 0 to join the Kentucky soldiers at Lexington. Mrs. (). 1 Hutchins, sister of Mrs. II.C. Catron nnd Miss Kate MeFur-lanis in tho Mayo Sanitarium at Itochester, Minn., where she recently unrewent a foot operation successfully. Miss Kate McFarland invited the parents of her music pupils to her afternoon, where Saturday home each pupil did her pnrt splendidly in rendering an entertaining program. Those who took part were Misses KUlo Alstott, Ruth Fox, Lucy Owens, Klizabeth Klixabeth Ilurke, Mary Kvn Ca'tron and Stnn-lo- y Cntron. Miss Maggie Clarkson is attending school nt K. K. N. S. and is well pleased. Miss Mabel McClure, who taught such n successful school nt Moore's passed through here Saturschool, day for the K. K. S. N. nt Richmond. .Miss Virginia winwiiiuie oi .More- land, was here among friends batur- Dr. J, sephine Carpenter, of Stanford, spent Thursday with her mother, Mrs. M. K. Fish, It being the latter's liirtliilny. Interest grows every night at the series of meetings nt the Christian church and the members arc taking an nctivc part. Rev. Pervls hns told some grand truths. Miss Ruth Andrews, of Covington, hns been with her aunt, Mrs. Wallace Gover Ford, of Danville, Mr. and Mrs. nnd Mrs. L. F. Jones nnd Miss Kdnn King motored to Lexington Thursday visiting mnny places of interest, nnil spent n most pleasant, ns well ns profitable time sight seeing. Ilnve all of you beeri supplied with the Crab Orchard cook book? If not, send n line to Mrs. Robert Thompson, and see how many good things .it contains. Mr. William King, of Indianapolis, son of rate King, or this place, wns married last Saturday to Miss Mnr-gorLowe of that city. The bride is said to be handsome and intelligent nnd in every way n fine lady. We wish nil the good things to come their ct Key-nobi- s, S. W Ilurke. Sr., Mr anil Mrs and tlnughter, Miss Klizabeth. spentSundny nmnng relatives at McKinney Mrs, Wheeler and Mrs. Hrndshnw, of Lexington, and Mrs. Jones, of llur- gill, were the guests last weeK oi Mrs. John I'owell. The graduating class of the Junc tion City school has six members; Misses Ada Franklin- - Steele, Emily Graves Murphv. Bessie Lee Hoguc, Mayme Kllen Wilkinson. Tom Hlack-ertand Frank Poteet McC.raw. The baccalaureate sermon will be preach ed on Sundny, May 13th at the Christian church, at night, by Rev. Ernest Ford, of Lexington: class nignt, .uny 15th, er at tlie crystal incnire; cium feeble condition at Crab Orchard Springs. There wns n dance nt the rnrrish hotel this week, which wns enjoyed bv the younger set. Manuel Mrs. Jnmes continues quite ill. The ladies of the Christian church will give n strnwberryand ice crenm supper one night during commencement week. Kvcry member plense take notice of this and be ready with your cake and crenm. Alt! Society oi tnc The Lailies' Baptist church will hold n bazaar at the store of Collier Bros., on Saturday, April 28. All kinds of pretty fancy work will be on display. Kach lady of the church is asked to contribute a chicken, eggs or some kind of edible. I wish to thank the many frienils who from time to time have sent their subcriptions to me ns itgent for the Interior Journnl, nnd state that I nm no longer collector for the paper and hope they will all in the future send subscription price to The Interior Journal nt Stanford. Mrs. Bettie fiuchannn. MARRIAGES Geonre Nelson Campbell, aged HI, obtained license Thursday to marry on the liliiul Miss Sara Klizabeth ileum, 17. Both parties live in the Ara-bi- n wnv. Miss Mary Burdette has returned to Stanford, nftcr a pleasant visit to Mrs. Mollie Collier. Mrs. Jnmes W. Guest is in a most CENTRAL KY. M. D.S MEET HERE The Central Kentucky Mcdicnj Society met here Thursday evening nnd held nn important nnd interest ing meeting. It wns held in the coun ty court room, where tho doctors gathered nftcr enlovinir a toothsome lunch nt The Princess. Tho president, i)r. Virgil Kinnnlrd, of Iincaster. wns present nnd presided. Secretary wr. J. lorn rnce, or imrrodsburg, wns also on hnnd. The other members of the association present were: Drs. Kdward Alcorn, J. F. Peyton, J. B. Kinnnlrd, J. H. Acton, Edwin Caldwell, Hopper. Godbey. Powell. M. L. Pipes, Montgomery, O'Bnnnon, Chil dress, llrown, Southard, Lnrpenter, Jones. Dr. Carl Wheeler, of Lexington, wns a guest by invitation nnd delivered nn able address on "Our Estimate of the Prostatic." Dr. of Danville, nlso spoke on nn important nnd interesting subject. Dr. heelers address was discussed by Drs. Kinnnird, Price, Cnrpenter ami Dr. Montgomery s by Urs. Price, n mi hey, Wheeler and Acton. Dr. Price reported n case of abdominal section, removing ovaries, etc., with recovery of pntient. Dr. Montgomery reported n somcwhnt similar case. Drs. Wheeler and Montgomery reported cases of bladder nnd uteries treated successfully with radium A number of other subjects were discussed, nftcr which n collection of membership dues was taken. was chosen ns the next meeting place and the third Thursday in July the date decided upon. Dr. Powell will be essayist at that meeting and Dr. VanArsdale nnd others were given subjects for discussion. The Central Kentucky Mcdicnl Society has been in existence for nearly 10 years and has had for its members many of the greatest physicians of Kentucky. It was orgnnized by Dr. Hawkins llrown ,or liustonville. Dr. Wm. Pauling, of Danville, Ansel Price, of Harrodsburg, Steele Bailev and Samuel Crnig, of Stanford, and has held regular meetings since. Mont-gemery, rg m B m ' Sloan's Liniment For Rheumatlim of rheumatism, tho Tho torturo w mako life at Cains and nclies that bv Sloan's Lin" -- ' W""T lT-nro relieved 00 iment, it clean clear liquid that is ii flkrk A d.: uUtff .TTT'L"7.T':'I 7T..'. rtliJ . easy to apply and more effectivo .C i. uM ..-M'tttat than mussy plasters or ointments . - r. ' ' '. t KsW. 'JCA i It penetrates quickly without rubbing. For tho many pains arid . .. .' sWt'ltiA.r-.aches following exposure, strains, r . jr. jprnlns nnd muscle soreness, Sloan's Liniment is promtply effectivo. Al Colds From Sudden Chang ways havo'a bottle handy for gout. Bd Spring brinjjs. nil kinds of weather lumbago, tootnacne, uacicacne, siiii and It come cuius ana wte.ire-ck and all external pains. At drug- - vival with winter. of ;p MMUilHt mt PMNikWflrmsGo .., -- : "aBT . 'i :..-- j JR JUiwFOO- - so -- 1 -- .' ftjfcft rard, announce the engagement of daughter. Miss Bernie Guiton Lear, to Mac Wilkins. of Shelby, N. C, The marring!' will take place next month. Itichnrd Cobb, Jr.. of Bovle, nnd Miss Mary Jake White, of Mndison county, were married in Lexington u n few days ago. The groom is and populnr here, where he frequently visits. lie is a son of Richard Cobb, who was born nnd renred in Lincoln, nnd is n successful young farmer. His bride is Mtid to be a charming young woman, very i'ttrncive nnd hns n Inrgy circle of friends. Their friends, and they nre many, were given u pleasing surprise bv Mr. Julian 1). Turkington and Miss Hazel Withers Stone Wednesday afternoon, when they drove to Danville and were made husband and wife by Dr. Horace Kingsbury, of the Christian church. They were accompanied by Mr. nnd Mrs. Clnv Davis and the bride's sister. Miss Maud Stone. The two had been sweethearts for some time and while it was generally bethey would marry, it was lieved not thought that the time was so near nt hand. They will make their home on Mr. Tnrkington's farm on the Hustouville pike, where the best wishes of their friends will nlways be with them. The bride is the eldest daugher of Mr. nnd .Mrs. John M. Stone and is it fine young woman. She is nre.ttv. cultivated and practi- cnl and will, we are sure, ninke the man of her choice n model wife. Shu was reared in Stanford, where everybody admires her for her many oueenly virtues. The groom is nn industrious, sober gentleman, who will not only mnko a good husband, but will always mako a living. Ho is n son of Joe Tnrkington. of Boyle, nnd liko him, knows how to make a dollar and save it. He came to this county several years ngo and bv good de- portment and hard work has accum ulated both friends nnd fortunes That they will always bo as happy as they nro now is tho wish of their legion of friends, including the Interior Journnl, which knows them both well nnd admires them for their mnny sterling qualities. well-know- Mr. nnd Mrs, V. A. Lear, of Gar- secton. ttlfr'Mfettifc3 rflsVMb'Milii iMMstlM M . k'lWWWMksf m tkUnkV not 4M truek M its, -- rUAM. KMJM HBJN WoktavLMf. rv SX. JtpTi)U. i !4i , '' nuiAtkJ TjrafffiiW wm.fi tt KM HP n'.' ta flAMtmi TL ' ,2Gc.- - ness. HEN SALE uikft llt.a Wlj HHKI W" uu ?jpp,s'r-"V""7:- : M' Hi ? : " MUf " 1 m NHR& ' Mtrry Jftwjksv!' mammmmmamm' mmt'whmt i I OLteluMt . iFfMsT , M.wmni ,' ;f f wmi iisiiin ammnmnu i I VtWjutlUl mm T rjitvar: MMafl Md "t1 m4 ' Nothing will be left undone by Stanford people in their effort to Sundny, make g May Ith, n memorable and ocension. Committees have been appointed from each church to visit every home in Stanford nnd insist that father, mother and the children attend Sunday school, and especially urge them to go Sundny, May Cth. Mr. R. M. Blackcrby has been chosen general chairman of the visitation and advertising committees. The following hnve been selected from the various churches to visit the homes of the city: Christiunl Murphv, church Mrs. Elizabeth Miss Josephine Carpenter. Mrs. J. B. Perkins, Mrs. II. C. Baughman, Miss Annie Rogers Powell; Church of WITH THE CHURCHES. Christ William Severance; Baptist church Mrs. E. C. Walton, Miss Christian Church, Sundny, April Annette Wenren, T. H. Ends, Clnr-enc- e 22 Sunday School at 10 o'clock, Singleton, Miss Jennie New-lan- followed by preaching. C. E. servico Methodist church Mrs. J. II. nt 7 o'clock. Wright. Mrs. M. C. Newlnnd. Mrs. Dr. M. D. Earlv's subject at the W. O. Walker. EdC It. Coleman, rrosoyterinn cnurcn- Baptist church Sunday morningSub-Iswin wclburn; "Life of the Soul:" John 5:12. Misses Esther Burch, Susan Rout, ject for the evening will be announc Ethel Powell, Mrs. W. B. McKinney, ed nt the morninir service. Dr. T. W. Pennington and Mr. II. J. Presbyterian Church, April 22 McRobcrts. An advertising commit Sundny School nt 9:55; 'Morning tee wns also appointed composed of Service nt 11, "Outgoing Lovo;"C. .Mrs. E. t. Walton, cnnirmon, .Mrs. E. meeting at 7 and Evenincr Servico W. G. Withers. Mrs. William Sever at 7:30, "The Responsibility of WOMAN'S CLUB NOTES ance, .Misses Belle Denny and aiiss Choice." The members of the Woman's Frank Waller. At the Methodist church Sundny, Club wish to express their thanks the pastor will prench at 10:45: sub and appreciation to all who so kindly CORPORATION STILL EXISTS ject "Probotion of a Free Being." nssisted in the minstrel. The Interest Bailey, who is chairman and nt 7:30; subject, "Its Eternnl Is nnd splendid work of nil who took of J. Carrol the committee to have the Lincoln sues." Sunday School nt 9:30 and pcrsonnl r. part are consdered ns a the Epworth League nt 7 o'clock. Fair incorporated, The Club has been very unfor-tunnt- e County down some ten days sent but Next Sundav is "Every Member ago, in its losses by fire and papers of late they have been returned with the Sundny," which menns that it is dethe nbsence of its president, but so statement that such nn organization sired that every member of the Sunmany havo rallied to its support in n already exists, or rather was incor day school in Kentucky is wanted at financial way and otherwiso that tho porated on amy i, iuuy lor ten his school on that day. You Bhould bo members feel encouraged to go communi- in vour accustomed seat. nnd continue hr their work of years. It was stated in tho fourteen Rev. P. L. Bruce and Mr, W. B. to assist in everything that cation also thnt ench of the McKinney will represent the Stanwill bo a benefit to tho community. directors must own as much as three ford church nt the spring session of shares of stock in tho corporation. the Transylvania Presbytery to meet corporation expires As the present STANFORD HIGH "WINS by limitation May 1st, next, no fur- in Springfield. April 24 to 26. Tho reHigh School baso ther move will be made until after port of tho Stanford church. for the The, Stanford bnll team defented tho Harrodsburg that date. Nearly all of tho stock m year ending March 31, shows a total nine on the grounds here Tlrirsdny tho asocintiou has been taken, but of $008 for beneficence and $1,487 afternoon by a score of 10 to C. Tho some method will bo devised by which for all home expenses. Total amount fenutre of the game was tho pitching tho directors may have the requisite raised and expended $2,155. of Harvey Embry for Stanford in tho number of shares. last jnning. After Tucker had placed ORDERED TO REFORM SCHOOL tho game safely on ice after eight SPRING COLDS ARE DANGEROUS Joo Smith, son of James Smith! innings, the youngster was sent in to Sudden changes of temperature who lives on Green river, was tried what he. couldjdo,, na-- hi' RuVe snd underwear bring spring colds before Judge Jnmes P. Bniley Thurs ' flno(rrfomnnci(, retiring thu side with stuffed up head, sore throat and day and ordored to the Reform ? in one, twp three-ordeStanford general cold symptoms. A tloso of School at Greendale, Ho was proven "y-f.-- ii Saturday after- - Dr. King s New Discovery is suro re- guilty of setting the woods on' &mfW'hW ROM to Frankfort noon to play' tht Cn'pttal 1' City JHigh lief, this happy combination of anti- - and doing many other kinds of deyj- - 'VjrV,. i At fry n" ii Aantfc balsams clears the head, try. ino uov is oiuv auoui 12 Sckool bojsr w.A c, w- - . i i l. I J ,: the .irritated membranes and oiu; and seems 10 oe vary ntu been a lingering degenerate. He was tuun fo afmnw CMtATMMUi t ;ml)ht ' NEUA form Don't :XiMrtrN4 M T'WwMkMP'' Vft fc keeft up.1 ia .ajswi, stop treat-a- SheriffSchool this monwHR ky' 7rf fy-AiiT Weutherford. jUWMIMi ii,TitllWMwrlsw mJI lull as SV4-- -. f v rfit'mmLi WW Tako wimmvvmr U GIVEN STIFF F CI IMS) MM. fc.l(rW New. D"Wy till your Snm .Thurmond, color' ?! wjy-;.cM la wh:i At all eKUts. u, py n jury in city, juu mrwrnvm- - wyrttaia.fa . v . wr mmtmi ' '.."' -l fcunnittk twyeks wm via a)M WMf LfaVtle and. court Wednesday aitd record-breakind; for-wn- rd dead. The government has just bought in Chicngo 1,000,000 pounds of bacon nt 35c. The Collector of Intcrnnl Revenue of the First California district handled nearly $17,000,000 last year. The grand jury nt Murray failed to indict any of the mob that threatened Circuit Judge Bush January 10. Nearly 150 saloons were voted out of business in elections held in Illinois Tuesdny. The drys won in 14 wet cities and towns but lost three dry towns. Nenrlv a million dollars has been saved by the government on the pur chases or cartridges Tor the navy under an agreement made with the cop- ner producers. Houe democrats agreed that the extra session should be devoted ex clusively to war emergency legislation proposed by the President. The special session of the General Assembly ends Wednesday, but it is probable that the solons will continue work without cost to the State in order that their business may be satisfactorily completed. .Men of military ngo who have married since war with Germany has been declared will not escape their obligation to military service, under n war policy formally announced. A huge rock dislodged when their nuto slid down nn cmbnnkment at Sheridan, W. Va.. and crushed to death Mrs. II. L. Harrison, of Hunt- iiiL'ton. that State, nnd fatally injur ed her husband. The Kentucky House of Repre sentatives yesterday passed bills providing for a tax of 1 cent a ton on coal, and a franchise tax of 1 'J per cent, on the market price of oil produced in the State. An oxygen tank exploded in the L. & N. shops nt Louisville. Lotus Fields was killed, both nrms nnd both legs being blown off. Charles O Lott had his right leg blown blown off, and F. Foster Cumin was internally injured. Both will probably die. Charles Donnlger wns seriously hurt. DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER II. C. Ganter, for 30 years manager of the .Mammoth Cave hotel, is day and his death had been hourly expected for days. Deceased was 80 years' old on July G, last, nnd was born in Mnrion county. He removed to the Morclnnd section n half century ago and bought a portion of the Logan Carpenter farm. He sold it 17 years since nnd moved to Morcland, where he had since resided. He was mnrricd 00 ngo to Miss Wnlston, of county, and two children Marion were born to them. One daughter died in her infancy and the other, Mrs. Jnmes I). Sharpc. wns with him when the end came. Her home is in Indianapolis nnd she enmc to the i home two weeks ago. Later in life Mr. Pruitt mnrricd Miss Ellen Dunn, who survives him. The children who survive nro Messrs. George B. Pmitt, of Morclnnd, C. L. Pruitt, Minmi, Okla., M. E. Pruitt. Millers-burnnd Mrs. W. D. Wclburn, of this city. Another child, a son died in his infancy. For fully fifty years Mr. Pruitt had been a consistent member of the Methodist church, and for just that long he had family prayers in the Pruitt home, morning nnd evening. He wns n very active worker in the church and for years was the life of the Morclnnd church of his denoml-nntioDr. W. D. His Wclburn, says that he hnd the most remarkable memory he ever know, being nblc to quote scripture by the hour nnd knowing nearly all of the hymns in the Methodist hymn book by heart. He was a steady, strong character and stood for right, as he saw right. No father ever loved his children more, nor was n husband ever more devoted to wife than he was to the good woman who is now left alone. He was loved by many friends and highly esteemed by all who knew in the comhim. He will be missed munity where he had lived so long, and where his presence for good was ever felt. The funeral is being preached in the Moreland Methodist church ns this nancr is beinir printed and the burial will follow in the Morelandi cemetery- - His late pastor, Rev. S. L. Hockinberry is delivering the funeral discourse. The children all arrived for the funeral with the exception of Claude in his L. Pruitt, who was detained home in the far West by pressing business. Mrs. Pruitt will mnke her home Mrs. Wclburn, with her daughter, and her removal to Stanford will be good news to her many friends here, Wi-lhung, n. son-in-la- AGED MAN CROSSES DIVIDE At 3:30 o'clock Wcdncsduy afterMr. Jnmes Hnrdin Pruitt noon breathed his last at the homo of his daughter, Mrs: W. D. Wclburn. Since hu ami Mrs. Pruitt came to the Wclon Feb. burn home from Morclnnd 21th, he hnd been In feeble henlth and for the past three weeks ho hnd lingered between life and death. He had taken no nourishment since Fri- t M " SCHOOL DAY LATEST WAR NEWS Steady gains by tho French are reported in the official communication issued by the War Office in the continuation of the drive against 'the southern end of tho Hindenburfrjine. The most important advnnce was made to the northwest of Aubcrive, where the French carried a strong1 system of German trenches over an extent of about a mile and a quarter. The great offensive of tho French nrmy against the Germans from the bend in the line in France from Sois-soeastward into the Champagne continues unabated. Numerous new points of vantage have been taken, prisoners and guns captured and violent counter attacks put down with heavy casualties. In three days of fighting more than 17,000 unwound-e- d prisoners have fallen into tho hands of the French, together with seventv-fiv- e cannon. In Wednesday's battle in the forest of an enveloping: was carried out against the Germans and 1,300 of them threw 4own their nrms nnd surrendered. In nddition 180 machine guns were captured there. Between Soissons and Rheims tho villnges of Ostel nh were captured, together with territory about them, the Germans In the latter region retreating1 in disorder nnd losing to one French regiment alone 300 prisoners, belonging to seven different regiments. In their flight the Germans left behind much war material. Here the French captured nineteen cannon. Secretary of War Baker authorized fourteen civilian training camps where reserve officers and applicants for commssions in the new war army will receive intensive training. The training camp for Kentuckians is Fort Benjamin Harrison, near Indianapolis, where the Indiana and Ohio contingents also will receive training. The Russian provisional government has nssured the United States that under no conditions now conceivable will Russia yield to the overtures from German and Austrian Socialists to negotiate a seperato peace. While President Wilson was telling Senators and Representatives nt the Capitol that no compromise between the volunteer nnd draft systems for raising any army could be accepted with safety to the nation, the House Military Committee by a vote of 12 to 8 adopted an amendment to the the Administration Bill authorizing volunteers in increments of 500,000. The Senate Committee formally voted 10 to 7 to report virtually without chanire the Armv Bill as drafted by the General Staff. The archbishops of the Catholic Church in the United States hnve addressed a letter to President Wilson, pledging the loyalty of the hierarchy, clery nnd people of that faith in this country to the President. ns Ville-nu-Bo- is is n r I r I u il tav r, ..; & i i.-.-.- hv. .'mr. ...- nvW3r m W1.1,?Fil - Mf 1 "" WCT;irr Lata Mlki mr liimBlmd 4Mt -- MiMfc. WBlsssWBWwfc vmt r(l' ! afllN a , . .v, ,VI ' , - I, itV ir-th- aVav Welder W.-- a.,Heae Mew. ZkvWch n s 1 1. T. MB. arj. Vt$ tf - r- , umV4BWaMBMKWBM .. Jli'f r.? ii ' THaK'.-v- , a V i.' t i "-n-'.- given 10 davsln'iall 'mmm fUfbiaOLHfr whUkv to anaafcer.tfiob. cojerMl. cautrnt afAna wm riven 4Jr toys1 fit JB Lt7mWL' YmM j . ' r i . miM Hi c A (H' . 2 "11 iiJL-- i it u MP '". 1 11 .H111111M mn ' HaaBaBLfl 4" vV. !V :K- - k iSrIPns! KaVjgstj rJ .:' J '' r. a Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, April 20, 19.17 He used a pebble In his day WE to keep use YOEMITE MT. 2ION Jnson Coffey, wife nnd baby spent Mrs. Iiln Thompson nnd children visited her father, Mr. Bryant Brown Sunday with Uncle Hilly McCluro of Sunday. Aunt Fannie Irvin is very sick nnd much fenr is felt for her recovery owing to her nge. She is about 90 years old. Aunt Armlnn Smith is on the sick list. Aunt Jane Atlnms is holding her own pretty well. Aunt Em Rogers is numbered with the sick. We like to speak occasionally of our dear old folks as we love nnd re-pe- ct his mouth moist- -: IGLEYS PTCY5 tsG old nge. Mr. Jim Price's children arc victims M Si :! of measles. Sylvia Thompson is visiting her grandfather, Mr. Hrynnt Brown. Mrs. K. A. Smith was the guest of also Mrs. Ida Thompson Monday, Mrs. Daisy Simpson. mtavjL Mr. Russell Watson nndfnmily y were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Mnry Penree wns the guest of Mrs. Ethel White Inst week. Mrs America Hcndrickson continues very ill. The Death Angel visited the home of Mr. Jim Lamb on Easter Sunday v V" nnd took for its victim his wife, Ada. She was a fine young woman, about 19 years old. She lenves her husband and two babies to mourn her loss. Everyone feels so sad over her death. She had such a sunny disposition. To know her was to love her. Every time she met you she was full of smiles, always seeing the bright side of everything. She was n good Christian woman. She first joined the Christian church and was baptized by Rev. J. G. Livingston, .but later she joined the Holiness church of God. Before IN her marringc she was Miss Ada Mur-rel- l, We help teeth, breath, appetite, daughter of Henry Murrcll, of Homer, III. Her mother attended the funeral. AH the family have our with soothe mouth and heart felt sympathy. The neighborhood has certainly lost a good womthis welcome sweetmeat. an. The Wriglcy Spearmen want to Bend yon Rev. J. D. Stcenbergen is here Send a postal their Book of Gum-ptiofrom Middletown, Ohio, holding n meeting in Holdam's school house and for It today, Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., every one is enjoying a good revivnl 1732 Keener Building, Chicago. that was badly needed here. Large crowds attend all the services. Mr. George Durke and family nnd Mrs. Jim Benge and family were the 732 guests of Mr. Rice Benge last Saturday night. Mrs. J. D. Stecnnergen will soon to State teachers' certificates and di- come here to join her husband and CERTIFICATES UPHELD County superintendents who took plomas, which run for eight years help in the revival. Mr. and Mrs. George Benge nnd a special examination and secured and are renewable for eight more. Mrs. Hurt were the guests of Rice certificates before their election are Benge last Sunday. BRITISH CAPTURE 14,000 on these certieligible to "Since the morning of April 9," ficates, the Courl of Appeals holding in a test case between H. II. Brock, says the official report from British of Richrnond, against State Superin- headquarters in France, "we have tendent V. 0. Gilbert that these cer- taken over 14,000 prisoners. The captificates are equivalent in duration tured material includes 194 guns." Hi-le- Humphrey. K. L. Gndberry nnd wife nrc visiting his mother here. Hen Lestcr'hnd wife, of Danville, were pleasant visitors last week nt Golden Dawn Springs. Dr. Wesley nnd wife, who have been residing In Arizona for several months, nrrived here last Saturday to make their future home. Mrs. Adams, formerly of Liberty, but now of Oklohoma, Is visiting her brother here, Mr. S. G. Elliott. Mnrthn McWhortcr nnd Mrs. daughter, Miss Kate; visited Mrs. Clco Tmons nt McKinney from Saturday till Monday. Miss Essie Hnncy, who has been holding n position in Jnson Coffey's store ns clerk for the Inst year, resigned nnd is succeeded by Miss Ban-ni- e Tnrtnr. Bob I'utteot bought the real belonging to Harrison Pruitt nenr Pine Grove school house. Jnson Lnwhorn, of Somerset, to this city Sunday to spend n few days with his family. cs-tnnu-to- This Simple Laxative A Household Necessity DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN SHOULD HAVE A PLACE IN EVERY HOME IK' C X Constipntlon, bowels, n condition or Inaction of the that nenrly everyit'1 MMa 7 n meeting y'tvuiuk. 'WW'" Three hundred Catholic women nt nt the Phoenix Hotel, Lexington, formed n Catholic Woman's Circle of the Red Cross Society. Mrs. William King was elected president nnd Miss Mary. Mnguire secretary. She What do you suppose Hnrold meant by sending me those flowers? Also She He probably meant to imply that you were a dead one.-Jaco'Lantcrn. refreshing confection to take the place of the cave man's pebble. digestion and deliciously throat WRIGLEYS gives us a wholesome, antiseptic, one experiences with more or less frequency, Is the direct cause of much disease. When the bowels become clogged with refuse from the stomnch, foubgnscs nnd poisons nre generated, nnd unless the congestion Is quickly relieved the system becomes weakened nnd most susceptible to nttnek. Vnrious remedies to relieve constipation nrc prescribed, but many of these contain cnthnrtlc or purgative agents that shock the system. The most effective laxative herbs with pepsin thnt is sold In drug ltores under the nnme of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. The Hon, John I). Kelster of W. Va., who has represented his district in the State Legislature for six years, writes that he uses Dr. Cnldwell's Syrup Pepsin nnd finds it a splendid laxative, easy to take nnd mild, yet positive, In Its nnd thnt It should be in every household for use when needed. Pepsin Is Dr. Cnldwell's Syrup sold by druggists in nil parts of the United Stntcs nnd costs only fifty cents a bottle. It contains no opiate Brnn-dywinc, 'HprarV1 '!l nc-tlo- n, or narcotic drug, does not gripe, nnd Is recommende ns n fnmlly lnxntlve, mild enough for the tiniest babe, yet sufficiently powerful t net enslly on the stroriVest constitution. To avoid imitations and ineffective substitutes be sure to get Dr. Cnldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Sen thnt n facslgnnturc simile of Dr. Cnldwell's nnil his portrait nppenr on the yellow enrton in which the bottle is packed. A trinl bottle, free of cbnrgc, enn be obtained by writing to Dr. W. H. Caldwell, 455 Wnshington St., Monti-cello, Illinois. Trimble county is nt Inst ridof toll NONSLACKERS' CARDS Men who volunteered for enlist- gntes, the two miles of Hunters Botment in the mnrine corps nnd were tom pike having been freed. FEE $15 S. L. Hays, of the West End or '" rejected at Boston were given Now looks like the time to breed enrds, certifying thnt they Boyle, sold to Daniels, of Marlon, 20 I am going to give the good people a chance if they wnnt it. I had offered themselves for service. ewes nt $15, lambs thrown In. "MMMMMIMMMMM" will stand the Champion Sire, All Pcavinc 4092 at $15 to insure a live fonl. I am not going to try nnd enumerate his produce that have won nnd n sold for big prices, that is a ALL PEAVINE 4092 ho-se- "non-slackers- well-know- ' The Flavor Lasts! fact. At same time and place will stnnd good jncks; $10 for grey jack; two $8 for young grey jnck. Money duo in all cases when colt is foaled, mare traded or bred to other stock. R. S. SCUPPER, McKinney, Ky. Mississippi Farm Lands For Sale Good Quality BLACKWOOD 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-bur- g at $5 to insure a colt four months old. Not responsible for accidents. HOP STEELE, W.ynetburg, Ky., R. F. D. No. 3. 30-- Terms Easy A trip through different sections of the State of Mississippi nnd nn observation of agricultural conditions there has convinced me that it is the place at the present time to secure tho best land values nt the lowest prices from $5 to $50 per acre, some of them near a city, with six trunk line railroads, and ns large ns Lexington, Kentucky, where lands arc selling at $300 per acre by those seeking homes or Investments in good furming Innds. Believing thnt it would be of mutunl ndvnntnge and profit to those seeking homes or investments in fnrming lnnds, nt lower prices thnn nrc possible in this section of Kentucky, where land PLEASANT POINT Collis Singleton is improving. Willie Walls is sick at this writing. Mr. Dewitt Brown, who has been working in Lockland, Ohio, for several months has returned home. Misses Sadie and Christine Baxter spent Tuesday night with Mrs. Kit x Cotton Seed Meal No Need To Rub! Liniment to the pain it ntlfriUt nrnrlritte and soothes without rubbing. Or nrh Brown. Mr. George Woodie purchased a nice marc from Charles Brown for $105. Mr. Brown bought n young horse from Mr. James Reynolds of Waynesburg. values have advanced beyond the rench of the fnrmcr of moderate means, I hnvo associated myself with several responsible gentlemen in the state of Mississippi nnd am in position to offer some very attractive propositions to those seeking investments of this character, on easy terms, aided by the "Federal Farm Ixun Act." These lnnds, due to the short winter season, nnd long grazing-periodnrc especially adapted to stock raising nnd diversified farming: nrc well located as to churches, schools, shippin gpoints nnd markets; are situated on improved highways and are well watered, either by streams or artesian wells. Almost every character and kind of crop tliat can be raised in Kentucky can be raised profitably in Mississippi. s Cheap railroad rntcs for enn be obtained by those desiring to look the sltuntion over. I shnll be pleased to give to nny one who is sufficiently interested, thnt further information will cnll to sec me or write to me nt Stanford. HARVEY HELM. home-seeker- "N Car Cotton Seed Meal just arrived, price $45 per ton. Try some of our Cremon Dairy Feed at $2.30 per 100 pounds. We have sold this Cremo Dairy Feed all winter, and our people like it very much. FOR stiff sore muscles apply J. H. Baughman & Co. lM Rheumatiim, (tout, lumbago, neuralgia, praini and bruiiei are quickly relieved by ill uie. Cleaner and more promptly efiec- IIVC Itl.n milllV nll.l.r. w. r!ntman.a It uiuiuivmi) I, doea not Kain the akin or clog the porci. ne lamuy medicine cneil in thomanda of hornet baa a place for Sloan'a Liniment. At all druggim, 25o. SOc. and $1.00. - flu.. Phone No. 11 Stanford, Kentucky Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Flnnnigan, of Lebanon, are visiting relatives here. Mr. Jessie Routen left for Bloom-ingtoInd., where he has a position. Mr. Eugene Walls, of Detroit, Michigan returned home Saturday night. A crowd of youngsters of this community had the pleasure of at tending a singing at the home of Miss Ruth Brown on Thursday night. Miss Bertha Dye is with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Dye n few tccks, Mr. and Mrs. John Singleton and little daughter, Vinora spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Willie Chrisman. n, mules one for $307.50 and the other for $450. He also sold a single mule for $110 and 21 cattle at $35. Adair News. F-E-E-- D-S ONLY USEFUL PEOPLE Some years, ago an Englishman We are Headquarters for PURINA FEEDS PURINA DAIRY FEEDS More Milk. PURINA MOUASSES HORSE FEED Mora Vim. PURINA FATENA MOLASSES CATTLE FEED Mora Fat. PURINA PIG CHOW Gr.at.st Hog Crow.r. These Feed are giving the best reaulta poaaibl. Placa your der today. Sold only by ' or- .r " Stock. Pen Pbona No. T. W. JONES 1 Reii4.no Pbona No. 176 met a party of American settlers journeying westward, and got into conversation with the leader, an eminently practical man. "We only brought useful people along," said the leader. "For instance, that big man over there is our blacksmith, the man next to him Is our baker, and so on." "But," said the Englishman, "that very old fellow surely he can't be of much use to you." "Oh, yes he Is," was the reply. "That's grandfather. Wo shull open the new cemetery with him." KAISER OFFERED BIG BRIBE Mayor Curley of Boston has created a sensation by declaring In u patriotic mass meeting that an emissary of the German government offered Charles M. Schwab $100,000,-00- 0 if the Bethlehem Steel company should cease making munitions for the Allies. The mayor said he had received this information from Mr. Scwab himself about two weeks ago, at the launching of an Argentine steamship at the Fore river yards at Quincy. Mr. Schwab told him, he said that the offer was made two days before Congress declared a state of wor with Germany existed. THE FOLLOWING IS A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF A FEW TYPICAL TRACTS OF LAND FOR SALEi Tract No. 1 2300 acre stock farm. 9 miles from Jackson, Capital d of the State, on Q. & C, Ry., under cultivation, balance timber nnd pasture land, 10 tenant houses, mostly fenced, located in county that has recently voted bonds for pikes, which will be constructed very closo to this trnct. J'rice $12.50 per acre. No. 2. C21 acres, 3 miles from county scat of 0,000 Inhabitants on a good gravel road, large portion under cultivation, balance is splendid pasture land, watered by creeks and ponds, nice dwelling with modern improvements nnd number of tenant nouses. Price . $30.00 per acre. 1 two miles from Cnpital, 700 acres under cultiNo. 3 1075 ncres, vation, balance fine pasturage, running springs, large dwelling but in need of repair, with probability of pike passing immediately in front of it. Price $15.00 per acre. No. 4. 1235 acres, 8 miles from Capital, eight room residence, large born. 10 tenant houses, plenty of water, well fenced, one-hamile from gravel road, undulating, nil except 50 acres under cultivation. Price $20.00 per ncrc. No. 5. 1,000 acres, on Q. & C. Ry., 3 miles from shipping point, halfway between ackson and Vicksburg, two of tho largest cities in State, 400 ucrcs under cultivation, balance pasture and timber. Two manager's houses, and four tenant houses. Price $20.00 vcr one-thirlf Ross Metal In-de-str-uc-to 1q The Silo that fills a Jong felt want Results obtained from the use of a Metal Silo are far beyond expectations. Silage contains by far a larger percentage of food value, moro uniform preservation, taste and color, naturally far more productive in results. The Most Permanent Silo because it Can'tBlowDowQ,BuckleJwistrCollapce Resists flro to tho fullest extent and is storm proof. No skilled labor required to erect it. Can be increased in height at any time. Special Metal is warranted not to bo effectual by acid, in slhgo or climatic conditions. The users Silos uro our references. Any question of Metal of the durability of metal silos has been complete- Ice Cream Freezers Refrigerators, Oil Stoves, Lawn Mowers; buy now before they go higher. -- "Inside" InfirmatioR About Ecztma Washing tho skin, rubbing salves and lotions on it, will not euro your Eczema. You may temporarily relieve the constant itching, but if you want to get at the seat of the trouble, you must purify your blood. Infected blood is dangerous, and when the watery sores and pimples appear, you skouldMose "ho time in procuring a bottW ofS. S. S. This great resMy. which was dis IU wash covered out and strengthen your blood, and tho annoying and disfiguring eruptions of tho skin will disappear, and you will soon feel, healthy and S. S. S. being purely vegetable, is entirely freo from all "dope" and drugs; get it at your drugglsiV and insist upon the genuine. For free, expert advice, write to our Medical Department, Swift Specific Co, SOT Swift Building. Atlanta, Ca. SEE- Gedrge H. Farris ly answeied by their continued use without defects of any kind. The Kansas Exneriment Station nub. lish in their Report No. 120 the fact that they have metal silos which nave been in use since 1003 and that samo are as good as when first erected. Thoso who desire to erect a Silo from tho standpoint of permanency and food value preservation should see me before purchasing and ex99 amine my silo and silage. Sold by &$!, J. .0. Newland, Stanford. Ky. Abo Ag.at for Rom Wood Silos aad Ross SiU Fitters. tfv v The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, April 20, 1917 PAINT LICK Mrs. Walker Guynn entertained the school faculty last Thursday ev Page Three S FOR KENTUCKY WOMEN WHO ARF. TIRI'.D OUT, NERVOUS, SLKLTLKSS, OR RACKLD WITH PAIN. Louisville, Ky "When I was in need of a woumn's medicine 1 Haw Dr. Pierce's Favorite Piwiiplion mhsr- 1 nVr- ft" VB 'la tlcl. .!...., was iiuiiI Hi ! ...1 ill vuu?, urni inn, 'a it seemed as If I I was unable to inert 3 taL. . my work. After I Ixcnn using ttho CASTORIA For Infants and Children. rvi , ening. Mid Hoss, Hoy Estridge nnd motored to Cincinnati last Sun- dny. Little Miss Dolly Woods hni from Nicholasvillc, where she IF ANCY Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ( spent n month with her grandparents Mrs. Tom Logsdon nnd Mrs. Geo. Tddd hnve gone to McWhortcr to 'frtk m W ia 'M Seed Corn Northern Grown Reid's Yellow Dent, bushel, $2.50 Boone County White, bushel, 2.50 2.50 Johnson County White, bushel, Sample on request. Freight Paid. Soy Beans, Cow Peas, Cane Seed, Seed Po- H v became better nnd so murh ftronger. . nv KrvutM- .? tiktn I five bottles ., t,..ltUrUci j IVl" of tins remedy and iimjuicjiw """"""z.--- . 1 liavo never been was entirely cured. botlirnil sinee. I nm gl id to recommend it because I desire to help other similarly placed " Miw. Mahy Schmidt, 2221 Thereto' rroiuoUniDWotta lUnk St. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is neither Oplum.MorpBcJ" a true fraud to women in tunes of trial UnCTAl.NOTAHCO' and at times of pain when the organs are not informing their functions. For IioimI.k lie, backache, hot flushes, catarrhal condition, bearing down sensation, mental depression, dizziness, fainting ftIN, lassitude and exhaustion women should never fail to take this tried and true woman's medicine. BEE LICK For girls nlmut to enter womanhood, The farmers are glad to sfcc tho women about to become motlurs and for tic clumping days of middle age. Dr. pretty weather. I nM ConstipAtionandDiarrfto" Pierce's Favorite Prescription should Mr. W. S. Elder nnd family, of ulwms boon hand. SLEEP It's a Irmjiemnrn remedy thut is exCrab Orchard, visited his brother, tracted from roots with pure glrenno resuttln4itin,nranc3r J Elbert Elder nt this place. ingredient uxu published oil Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Taylor visited ami its racMmMcSlnitjC.01 nnipxr Mr. nnd Mrs. W. R. Hrown at LouisAny medicine dealer can supply it in either liquid or tablet form. Hie eot ville last week. . Mr. A. L. Scott was called a few U fnodcxt, the rotorathe benefits truly riiECnvTAi-nCowrrcnurkabK Write Dr. Pierre, Invalids' days ago to Crawfordsvllle, Ind., to Hold, Buffalo, X. Y., for fn NHWYUiM Every woman who is book on woman's discju-cs- . nurse his brother, John Scott, should have one. You can. alwi have sick. medical advice without cott. Horn to the wife of S. O. Proctor, confidential EACH ONE FEED ONE a big boy. M. M. Taylor has been on the sick "Each scout to feed n soldier" is Wrapper. Exact Copy of list but is better. the definite service by means of garMr. Luther Owens had about IiO dening which the lads are to give the pounds of meat stolen from him n few country during the wnr, according to A general riveni and harbors bill, nights ago. Ktlwnnl II. Byars, of Lexington, a resolution ndopted in New York by bought at. public auction Monday the carrying probably $33,000,000, will W. A. Owens is teaching n singing the executive board at national headPeople's Holler Mills at Georgetown be introduced at the present session school at Providence. quarters. There arc 208,600 scouts of Congress. for J7.500. in America. GIRLS! GIRLSI TRY IT! STOP DANDRUFF AND Bcrea church which has been enBEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR larged and remodeled nnd made one AM'icJablcPrcparationbfAi j..c. Always Bears the r Cf jk,aiisiBnm Signature of Attjjr rAtr In visit friends. Miss Stella McWhortcr has gone to Howling Green to visit her sister, Mrs. Luln McWhortcr. Hev. Ilotirbon Dawes, of Georgetown, will preach the baccalaureate sermon to the graduates of the High School Sunday night, April 22. Mr, Clarence Todd nnd nride, nee Miss Gcncvn Rucker, were guests of Mrs. I. C. Hucker last Sunday. It is reported that there will he n patriotic meeting of the citizens next Tuesday night nt Paint Lick. Let all citizens come and show their love for their country. M'resc riptlon' urI ' i y I Use tatoes. in H T.unir For Over Send a Dollar Bill And receive FOUR POUNDS of the BEST COFFEE you ever drank. Whole, Ground or Pulverized. Thirty Years e. CASTORIA I Garden Seed All Varieties In Bulk, at Saving Prices. Write for List. Wiltondale 39162 3-- R.cord 2i20 TrUI 2:14. Half Mile Track Trolltri Mahogany Bay, IS. 3 Hands) Sir of Seventeen in the Lilt. Sired by Abdell 2:23 (sire of GO), he by Advertiser 2:1C 1 (sire of .10.) he by Electioneer 2:13 1 (sire of 1G0.) Dam "Mantua Maker," (dam of 11), by Hod Wilkes (sire of 179) he by George Wilkes (sire of 83.) In offering Wiltondale for public service his superior a an individual and in breeding has nexer before been offered in this section. He is absolutely sound, a fast race horse, a champion show horse, having been shown 27 times, winning 25 blue ribbons. Ho is a great breeder anil a sure foal getter His colts are good looking individuals with speed, style and durability. r, He will make the season of 1917 nt my stable, six miles from three miles from Hrynntsville, near the Lexington pike on the Hout lane below the Fork church, at 920.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Lien Retained on Colt Until Season it Paid. Ijm-caste- ROBERT R. FOX, Star Route, Lancaster, Ky. FARMERS! See me at once for Fertilizers for Tobacco, Corn and Hemp E. T. Pence, Jr., li Stanford THE UNIVERSAL CAR In tho scale of advancing business costs, Ford travel continues tho same positive economy. City nnd country salesmen, manufacturers, merchants, professional men every demand for motor car transportation Is satisfied in tho Ford car at about two cents a mile to operate and maintain. Over 1,760,000 Ford cars tiro making performance and profit every dny. Runabout $34G, Touring Car $300, Coupelet $505, Town Car $595, Sedan $015 all t. o. b. Detroit. Place your order now, of the most attractive and modern Stops Falling Out And Gets country churches in the county, will Thick, Wavy, Strong And have its dedication services Sunday, Beautiful April 29, beginning nt 10 o'clock A. M. Hev. H. N. Simpson, pastor of the Your hair becomes light, wavy. Harrodsburg Christian church, will fluffy, abundant nnd appears as soft, preach the dedicatory sermon. Harlustrous and beautiful as a young rodsburg Herald. girl's after a "Dandcrinc hair cleanse." Just try this moisten n YOU'RE BILIOUS! LET WHOLESALE AND RETAIL cloth with a little Danderine nnd "CASCARETS" LIVEN carefully draw it through your hair, LIVER AND BOWELS taking one small strand nt n time. Kentucky Covington, This will clenne the hair of dust, Don't Stay Headachy, Constipated, dirt nnd excesivo oil nnd in just a Sick With Breath Bad and few moments you have doubled the Stomach Sour beauty of your hair. Besides beautifying the hair at bo now. Get n once, Danderine dissolves pvery parYou men nnd women who can't ticle of dandruff cleanses, purifies get ti feel right who have headand invigorates the scalp, forever ache, coated tongue, bad taste nnd stopping itching nnd falling hair. foul breath, dizziness, can't sleep, But what will please you most are bilious, nervous nnd upset, bothwill be after a few week's use when ered with a sick, gassy, disordered 'BLwswswswLwswa jfevfjlFff jt J affsTil you will actually see new hair fine stomach, or have a bad cold. nnd downy nt first yes but really Arc you keeping your bowels clean l LVaVaVV'aV. r " A s?l'trv Jt new hair growing all over the scalp. with Cnscarets, or merely forcing a fJiWsQfcii i"T"inPlrrtalkilrTS If you care for pretty, soft hair and passageway every "few days with lots of it surely get n bottle salts, cathartics pills or castor oil? of Knowlton's Danderine from any Cascarots work while you sleep; druggist or toilet counter, and just cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, 32-- 1 try it. undigested, fermenting food nnd foul gases; take the excess bile from the The Administration's 51jf'i-,?uayT liver nnd carry out of the system a ' Revenue Hill wns passed unani the constipated waste matter and -'' 'iBBBBmf?HPn '"'BT'' mously by the Senate. Changes made poison in the bowels. passed the House necessi since it A Cascaret tonight will straighten tates conferences between the two you out by morning a box houses before it can go to the Presi- - from any drug store will keep your Ulent for his signature. Secretary Me- - stomach sweet, liver nnd bowels regIKtftaEBMBftjrlSirmj1 JbFJC? MfetBtsBMBBl Adoo informed the Advisory Coun- ular, and head clear for months. cil of the Federal Reserve Hoard, Don't forget the children. They loe compiising big banking interests of Cascarots because they tnste good the country, including J. P. Morgan, never gripe or sicken. 32-- 1 that the Government would welcome BOHEMIAN KING 2410 suggestions from them ns individuals M. O. Hughes, of Bowling Green, Is making the season ut the Glenworth Farms, Burgin, Ky., Season $50 for live colt, as heretofore. Pasturage on mare held for trial 10 cents on floating the $5,000,000,000 war heads a commission named by Gov. per day; grain at actual cost Best of care given to mures. Good, "v bond. Stanley to take charge of food preregistered mares wanted to conform to this stallion. Write fully or paredness in Kentucky nnd phone the Glenworth Farms, Allen S. Edelen, owner, Burgin, Ky. J. W. Bush, of Tongin, Arkansas, with tho Federal authorities in has purchased of The Glenworth securing a larger production of food Fnrms, at Burgin, a fancy combina- crops nnd conservation of foodstuffs Chief. Mr. in the State. tion mnre by McDonald Bush will ship this mnre back to Ken tucky next season to hnve her bred Tho Brazilian Government has to Bohemian King. handed the German Minister his passports. This action was due to the recent destruction of the Brazilian streamer Parana by n German We have a big stock and to sell, See us Hair 10-ce25-ce- y' ' , SflSP?v- '"BM""'"'JBBBBBm5H ' SJMtWJ 10-ce- -- ry PAINTS want before you buy. K SCOTT $ EMULSION H. C. Anderson. Agent Stanford. Ky. OF NORWEGIAN COD LIVER OIL The Glenworth Farms, nt Burgin, shipped recently to J. D. Dixon, of Raleigh, N. C, a fine pair of mare mules, which brought a handsome price. Madame Sarah Bernhardt was upon in New York In nn to save her life. VIRGINIA CHI-NAME- L, KYANIZE AND FLATTED-LAFLOOR PAINT C Steele & Burton, Agents HustonvilU, Ky. usually stops a stubborn cough or chest cold when ordinary specifics fail It helps strengthen the lungs and throat adds energy to the blood and gives the system the force to help resist disease. PORCH PAINT, BRUSHES, COLORS AND SUNDRIES FARMER run-dow- tll A use scons i4 litofMSt Substitute fcett ft Bows. NceasleU. N. I.' ao appetite, my blood was poor, I could aot sleep nights and was rapidly losing flesh, but I am a farmer and had to work. Medicines had failed to help mo until I took Vino!. After taking three, bottles my appetite- is line, 1 sleep well, my blood Is good and I ant well again.' W. IIobkey, Vinol, which contains beef and cod llrer peptones, iron and manganese Kptonatea and glycerophosphates, la conditions. guaranteed for. Tb Penny Drug Store, Sianford, Ky. o run-dow- n -- Restored To Health By Vinol Atlce, Va, "I was weak, REYNOLDS & EVANS. JUNCTION CITY, KY. CASH for ACCOUNTS R. M. NEWLAND Haadauartara ! Bait where in United States. Collection guaranteed, or no charges' : : : s FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE MAY'S COLLECTION TAG6NCT Phoa- - 188 and 41 Staafortl. Ky. Somorttt, Kr We get you cash on Accounts, Notes, Claims, by collecting quickly any- i ' iw mt,wsm Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: The Interior Journal E. C. Walton and Friday, April 20, 1917 J. H. Wright A Pre-Eminen- ce InttttA t t SMnoril, IU pslrl ittond tlai miJ MAtttr. , at j In Safety "CVER since this Bank was established, in in 870, it has maintained safety for deposits. Its Management has care1 pre-eminence 11.80 -. 1.00 Twit a Wf.lt, tor B momni. ..ot. .78 Twife a wr.li, for fl mnnlhs.. . - .40 Twlci a wr.k, for 8 month- l.Off -wrtk, fllhfr Utnr. ttr On Siilxmpnont sr mm in ninnrf Is '" ,,' Is P' np pslo. Hops wh.n tlmf for whlth It pr Roth . . ln Subscription Rates yrsr- Wf, r' BOYS' ... Tho Interior Jonrnsl l snthorlint lo nh-V-ft tho followlnt rsmliilst.s for offlf to the Drmncrstlr prlmsry tho Brit 3t' (Annotinrrnifnt tt In Anmit, 1P17 orilsr for rrh rnntilr offlr la 10. for iluirlct of. flff, SIS; for city or msflrtrrlsl cltlc IS. No nnimnr.nimt will b msJ until tt Is psld In Political Announcements. CLOTHES Mothers arc 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 cassimeres, at $3.50 to $12.50; in all sizes 5 to 8 years. Bring the boys in we can fit them. 1 in 7x wiiiT s 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. For State Senator JAY W. HARLAN II. CLAY KAUFFMAN sdrsnef.) J. J. R. MOUNT. For Sheriff For County Judge M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE For County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY. For RepresenlatiTe II. G. SKILES. For Jailer DINK H. LIVINGSTON. M. S. BAUGHMAN. W. S. DRYE. mm pttrSM rot W. S. HURCH W. B. HANSFORD If XIEAGOOD The Lincoln County National Bank The Lincoln Trust Company For Assessor FARMER JOHN J. MOSER GEORGE F. PEBORPE W. A. CARSON. l4 N. CASH JOHN C. PEPPLES. For Magistrate 1st Dist. J. T. DUDDERAR J. i Under same Management as Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KENTUCKY For Magistrate Hustonville District SAM M .OWENS. Climnx-Miuli-sonin- When Little Willie UJX The youngsters S I L' i pets me Tummy Ache! just will eat green apples or Old-fashione- puckery persimmons or too much jelly belliake is acute indigestion. Give the sufferer a good big dose of castor oil and apply a hot water bottle to the spot of greatest pain. d Hon. Shelton M. Saufloy, of this n city, has bought the and Register of Editor Grant will take E. Lilly, of Richmond, nnd chnrgeof those publications Monday. While the price paid is private, it is said to be n long one. Mr. Saulley acquires valuable newspaper property nnd that he will make good in Richmond, none who know him will Mr. Saufley doubt. As is was editor nnd owner of the Interior Journal until the latter part of February, when he sold it to tho present owners. He greatly incrcasedthc business of the paper and made it one of the best newspaper properties in the State. Thnt he will make the Richpapers bigger and better is mond hown in n statement from him that he will merge the two papers nnd isy instead. The field sue a is an excellent one nnd with Mr. Saufley's ability, energy nnd judgment, there's no telling what good things are in store for him and his natrons. HJs sincerely regretted thnt he and his excellent family will leavo Stanford, but there is some comfort in the thought that they arc not going far. well-knowsemi-weekl- McRoberts & Bailey As Solomon was wont to sing it seems "thnt the winter is past, the rain is over nnd gone; the llioucrs appear on the earth; the time for the singing of birds has come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land." This is poetic nnd pretty, even if it tnkes n poetic license in giving a turtle n voice unless there were unusual turtles in those days. A poor Louisville woman, who in her petition for divorce that her brutal husband had whipped her 25 times in 2t weeks, was granted the decree. We nre n little curious to know why the fiend omitted one week in the castigntions and suggest that before n mob strings him up he be made to tell the reaor. PREACHURSV1LLE Mr Edgnr HolUclnw 1ms returned from Hamilton, Ohio. W. F. Ballard bought a Poland China sow nnd eight pigs from Dick Smith for $10. Finch fc Ballard lost n good steer by dentil from getting it shoulder thence goes on to Kicnniond. enter school nt For Sale 2.Vbnrrcl ine spring acnool taught here liy Miss Marietta King hns just closed. It was n very successful term Jones L. Anderson went to Dan ville Tuesday on business, Rev. E. B. English and wife isit- ed Mr. nnd Mrs J. M. Cress and Feed Mill; Oil Engine; mill building, 24x110, three floors; engine mom, 1Gx22; nil In .good running order; close to railroad THE WAYNESBURC MILLING Wnvnesburg. Ky. nnd good business. Apply to CO, Midget Marvel Mill; Com Flour Mill Ladies' Pumps The season's most attractive offerings, in 'dull kid, patent leather and white canvas. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky You ought to have one of our guaranteed hot water bottles in your home ache and rheumatism, too. goods to be had. for neuralgia, tooth We carry the highest quality of rubber ' Our castor oil in bulk or capsule fa as slick and active as greased lightning. It haing been noised abroad thnt married men will not have to go to broken. E. T. Adams Iuib closed a Rev. war for n while at least, many men rousing big meeting at the Methowho never thought of nt before are dist church. rushing into mntrimony, regardless J. II. Thompson has been bemoan of the consequences. Being tied to a ing the loss if a purse lost recently i .y pruu ;coltain, n woman s apron sir ng ci ht ,lonllor!,. .. , worse man ueing ueu now n in ;iiie it.,,..,, h'ns Vesumed army. There arc many worse things work a er a this life than being shot at. ., , in t, ow ()f twf) bad weather. Misses Bettie Miller The advertisers have crowded us and Allie Mae Cummins were elect-t- o the guards this time, but we'll ed captains. Miss Rachel Foley goes to Hyatt-in- g make up for tlie short supply of read-- 1 to visit this week ville and from matter next time. Lj , The Lincoln Pharmacy J. W. ACEY, Proprietor DR. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacol " i t w V fi r A sure 2:05 Pacer Trial 2il2 Trotter, chestnut stallion, foaled 1008. Bred by C. T. Worthington Danville, Kentucky. r Jay Bird 50G0 Sire of 1H, clams or 95. rAllerton 5128 Record 2:03 1 Sird of 0 in 2:10, Gussie Wilkes By Mambrino Boy dams of 3 in 2:10. 814. A great urood fLocanda 30312 mare. Record 2:02 Sire of Ed Locanda (Alcyone 732, 2j27 (3) 2:12 1, J Sire of 59, dams of 70 Boy (3) 2:19 LKathrina 5, including Dam of 1 Katie Jackson 2:25 4 (9 1.1 and Locanda's By Almont 33. Locanda 2:02, Junero in Daughter 2:21 M Mnrtlndalo "in etc. Champion race Indell 2:20 Patchen Wilkes 3550 2:19 X stallion of 1001-Hildreth 2:20 4 H Record 2:29 4 oS Sire of 08, dams of O fjoe Patchen 30239. .... 37. Sire of Patchen Joe Record 2:01 -1 Maid 2:08 Siro of Dan Patch Patchen 2:01' 1 :55, Star Patchen Josephine Young Young 2530. and iTuah Worth; Vol 18.. 2:04 4 dam 4. others By Joe 2. in 2:10, of BedUam of Record 2.10 2 ford Belle 2:00 Cambctta Wilkes 4G59 Sire of 23 in. 2:10, Lottie Loraiae dams of 7 in 2:10. Record 2:05 4 'Dam of Mary Worth Lady Yeiter Tuah Worth 2:17 By Garrard" Chief 2:19 2253. Dam of 4 trot-tcr7 pacers, litsires; grandam of 12. by Vermont 101, (Gill's) 4th dam Jewell Dam of 2 in 2:30, 3 sires of 202. Orphan Boy 2:19 Locanda 30312, rec. 2:02, sire of Ed Locanda 2:12 His dnm, Katrina, also produced Locanda's Daughter 2:24 l. und Hildreth Indell 2:22 Martinsdale 2:19 Junero 2:10 produced Tho next dam, Katio Jackson, record 2:25 2:20 William Mac 2:05 next dam, Fanny, etc. The Alcymont, sire of (dam of Lord Sultnn 2:10 also produced Nelly O'Neil 2:22 Dutchess O'Neill 2:12 and Wilkes O'Neill Commutation 2:11 und 2 successful sires. 2:21 3-3-Or-ph3-1, .1- -1. 2, 5. 2, 3-14, 4. 3-2. 3-2, 2. s, 3-- 4, 4, 3-- 4, 2, 2, 4. 3-- 4, 4, 2, 4, 4, Worth 55613 jii ' ySSKi -- i v. -u- r.-vj -- ffiagsoSv v?ri ! i.Vl &?'k. !. 'j.t w. iM .. 5a"rt .i VallC--ir v-;. wwrfc- , -- ?vc?s. v z..J' . .V'r . i?-j-- ; U'I-- jJ 'one ! A mui two ; - . sO- -V gza c- - ; "2t dint inrii i ttyU (nt the man. will-drcna- rd cViost Men ... think it necessary to go from window to window each season and "shop" for their shoes. along other lines through giving our customers personal attention and standard brands that we can depend on and which we know to be the best Through this service more men arc coming' into our store every day and leaving it to ua lo fit them in the proper shape and size. ?! 1$ We have developed our business Dutchess Trousers The best made, why should you buy another brand, when these are better by test. I We have received our Spring Oxfords for the men and ladies. 1$ Panama Hats, Silk Shirts, all new Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goods. J. A. VEATCH & CO. Rural Route No. 2 Harrodsburg-,-' Ky. Mrs. John Blain and Miss Aria Robert CotTey has returned to Youngstown, 0., to resume his work, Wright, of Hustonvillc, wero guests having been called here by the death of the Misses Ellis at their homo on Danville avenue. of his father, Mr. Joseph Cotfoy. cAGENCY0 Perhaps some day we can gain that confidence with you so that we may relieve you of the trouble of "shopping for shoes" and that you'll quote this as being "your shoe store." Phillips & Phillips Stanford's Biggest Store ROBINSON'S ' I v I The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Corns PmI Right IN Friday, April 20, 1917 THE RANKIN REUNION One of the most delightful days of the year wnR spent Sundny in the beautiful country home of Mr. and Mrs. .1. (. Rankin. Tho occnslon was the OOlh birthday of Mr. Rnnkln and to duly celebrate the family wns invited In. No regrets were sent. There bro-thcr- s. Page Five 5 Get The Thrift Habit by opening at once a Savings Account with Off With "Cels-lt- " 2 Drops, and tho Corn is a "GoncrP When yoti'vn pot to wnlk on tho Klilen nf your iihce to crl nwny thern'it from llumn nwful only ono common-iiena- o tlilnir to do. corn-pnli- NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Newton Curd, aged 90, Is dead nt llurgin. 'I he widow of Tn- - Jntpcr is dead nt Somerset, aged fi2. It looks like the Q. & C. passenger division will be moved from Dnnvillo to Somerset. Liberty patriots have subscribed money with which to buy n flag for JUDGE'S WIFE IS MUCH IMPROVED The First National Bank, It will pay you 3 per cent interest on same Saving like spending is a habit a habit that always .brings wealth. Bank Opens 9 A. M. Bank Closes 3 P. M. Your Corns Won't r "(IrU-Ml- " Miell III XXnlrr. llrlilr. Ilir II Mirlxrt, I ru nnd lcel Oil! on the Tut 2 or 3 ilrpps of "Jots-It- " corn rlrht awuy. Pain anil luitntn-inidii will disappear, thn corn will liepln to shrivel from th.it Instant .nil It tourrns nnd falls r Ik lit "ft. In Tin rn'ii no other " .eta-I- t the world that acts like No new discovery has lieen tnmle In was since "!ets-U- " tmrn Don't forset (lint fact "Oets-I- t lU.is away forever with tho una nf nlven that Irritate, bandages that make n hunille of your toe, plasters that hair do the work, knives nnd nrlssnrs that draw hi iuiI Use "(Jets' It" no inoro dlncint or cutting. a "fjets-lt- " Is wiliI everywhere. StSo Imtttv. or Hit on roltit of tirtco ij V,. Ijiwruicu A Co., CliU'iirfo, 111. t ul uirn-rrmov- TheFirstNationalBank Stanford, Ky. J. S. MOCKER, Prtidnt S. T. HARRIS, Vlce.Pr.ild.nl C DAUGIIMAN, C. HAYS FOSTER, W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. Bookkeeper II. Chier A.t. Cuhl.r PERSONAL AND SOCIAL April 24 Tho members of thf A. It. will meet with Mms Josephine Cnrponter ut 7:110 I1 M. I Hnrry Carter in down with the mcnalcs. Mm. C. H. Cnrtcr is suffering with the meiudcs. Dr. W. J. Childress, of pncd up to Livingston Thursday to sec his sister, Mrs. Langford, who is very III. Mrs. I'ermclin Brown, who has been ill of ptomaine poison. i very much better, her many friends will lie glad to learn. Ale Minks, of Morclmul, is ill. He is the father of O. L. Minks, tho rlev-e- r proprietor of the Danville anil Stanford auto linf. Miss Julia Hlggin. of Richmond, who is with Mrs. J. II. Willis nt Crab Orchard Spring, was in the city Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ralph Shnnholtzer, of San llornadina, Cl.. has arrived to visit her imrents, ('apt ami Mrs. John II Dinwiddle Moreland. Arthur Myers, son of John I) Myers, of the Moreland section, has joined th army He enlisted at Danville and w taken to Ixintirin for examination, where he pard. Frank Spouimnioro was taken violently ill with acute indigestion while working at his mill Wednesday and ENTERTAINS DIXIE ROOK CLUB had t he taken to his home. He has Mf. James H. Wriicht was hostess improved greatly, however, and hopes to bo able to return to his place of of the Dixit Rook Club Thursday at her home on Lain aster m linos tomorrow. afternoon was spent very Mr. J. C. Wratherford accompan- tre-- t The with Mrs Wriirht. who if ied her husband on Ids trip to Birm- pleasantly bostes. After H numingham and Ooodwater. Ala., and indeed a Nashville. Tonn. Minn M. S. Logan, of ber of icnmes were played an elahorti Hustonville, is looking after the Mtbttl course was served. The mem r hers of tho club and guests present Weatherford home here while her Mr E T Pence. Airs. wereis away. W Mrs. Mr. W. K. Perkins. Mrs. Harve Harry Hill.Mrs. J O. Reid. Mn Mrs McKee RitTe. Collier, Mrs. Sue Holmes. Miss Clara K. Too.!. Porkm Harris. Mrs J Collier. Miss Birdie Perkins and Mr James Russell Ilrown, Mrs II.Carl Car Harry Collier, of Crab Orchard, were Mrs. Miss Jn.rn Thnrdnv afternoon. Mrs. Hol tor, Mrs. Lucy Miller Hartley, Hrr-ris- . mes, it will lie remembered formerly Kate Davis Raney, Miss Lex Nil Miss Lylc Miss Emma Hays, lived in thin city, but has boon in tho Cooper, Miss Lottie Carson. vnt for several years. Mr. and Mm. George Klser are MET WITH' MRS. URUCE over from Winchester with her imrTho Current Exents Club met ents, Judge mid Mrs. Walter Warren. Mr. Klser, who has been doinit most Thursday afternoon with Mrs. R. T of the work on the Winchester Sun. Bruce at her country homo. Those lias resigned his position there and will bo with tho D.iily DeiiMiut. 8t.tt of Ohio. City Of Teledo, l.u M Cuunly. S9. which will be launrhod on the ea of l"rauk J. c'htrey make oath that he journalism next Monday. Is stnk,r partner of the firm of I'. J. Jt was found necessary to opor-nt- o Cheney & C'n ilnltK Iti.ones In 11- City on Morgan Smith Bnughmnn for of Toledo. County anil Stale aforewitd, n mill p.t nl that eald linn Im)I.1..K8the sum of appendicitis nnd Dr Harrow, the eh for IlLTM'ltKn Lexington surgeon, did so as- O.m: very as ami irof sturrh t' at :inot hv sisted by by Dr. K. J. Ilrown, of this run .v ll. UH HVI.l.S fATAItltll city, Mid other physician nt Lexing- JIKPIClN'K lltANK J CIIKNKY. Hwurn to before no ami suhwrlbeil In ton Tuesday. The younir man stooil my o' I ember, iri n . thi i'ih W OI.KS(N'. tho operation splendidly anil is dump A. II A f as well as could bo wished. His moth.Votary Public. l taken Catarrh Mfdl.-tner is with him in tho icxington hosMils anil althe Hloo.1 on pital, while his father goes Muivm- - ..i ru i Hie ftn every day to see Imn. Mr. the tenHnuiilali free most for Btiughman and Hon. nnd Mrs. W. II T J CHI N'lV A CO,, Toledo, o. Bolil by nil lrui;i;litP T5i Shanks went over this morning for Hall's r.i ully Tills t T constlpatHn. the day. well-know- n 1 at Mr, .1 J Durham, of tins More- land section, has been veiy ill of grip. Mrs P K hemp, of Louisville, arrived today to visit her brother, Dr T W. Pennington and family. U It. Miivmiril. nf the McKinnev section, continues very ill and fears for his recovery are entertained. I i.t.lwr nrinntend. who is kniirht of the grip, is hero with his parents. Rev. anil Mrs. W. f. lirinsienu. Hartwell Shanks, sub on rural route No. II, is carrying the mail on that route while Regular Carrier A. C. Hill is taking his vacation. Ihituull uml I'r..i'ii1t Ilrown. of Stanford, are here talking insurance. Mr. J. II. Reed is with nnmotolfcs in Lincoln county for a few days. Liberty News. KchJor Shelton M Sauflev went to Hiclimnml thi mnrnint tn look after tho trio of papers ho bought there the first of the week. He will take charge Monday. .an Traylor, son or Allen I ravlor, was painfully hurt while nt work on J. Fox Dudderar's farm. A horse pawed him. inflicting a painful wound in one i nis amis Dr. J. J. Hyrno. the optician, is at the St. Asaph Hotel tmlv and tomorrow. Read his adver tisement on this page and if your eyes ar trmihlnig you, you migm profit by consulting nun. 11 Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedj by Tho Lincoln Pharmacy and The Penny Drug Store. W. C Mosdnmes present were: Shanks, William Severance, W. G M. Suullev Withers. H. C. Walton, S. J. C. Hays, J. W. llaughman, J. II. Foster and Mrs. R. T. Hruce. An hour or more was spent in tho discussion of the lesson of the afternoon, after which n salad lunch, beautifully served, was enjoyed. Do loly sis-to- - Jr. rain" means to farmers? When the Meteorological Department reports that nn inch of rain has fallen, it moans that the amount of water that descended from the sky in that particular shower would have covered tho surrounding territory' to a depth of one inch, if none of it had run oir or sonked into tho ground. It melius that on one acre of giuiuid water to fill more than ii0( gallons each barrels of forty-fiv- e That qnuntity of water weighs more than 110 tons. If the rainstorm covered 1,000 ncro which would be a very small shower indeed. 13:1,000 tons of water would fall from tho ilouils. Rainstorms frequently rover whole counties, and often twft or three or hie inches of water falls tn ono storm In that caw the weight. of water that falls to the earth is simply enormous. A single widespread and heavy storm might result in tons of rain. It is a good thing all the rain of a hemy storm don not full in one spot at no time. If so concentrated it would reduce u stnill town to atoms n. AN INCH OF RAIN you know what an "inch of 'THE o'llri KELl'fl e I.C" I REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUCGIST. MONEY LOANED TO FARMERS ON EASY TERMS . well-know- -- ft-il- l - oer ttir.-UK- -- hlnn I Spring Recital Under Auspices Whereby they can pay back a small amount each year paying off Ky. interest nnd loan nt n low rate. These loans are made through the L'nion Central Life Insurance t. om pnny of Cincinnati. Ohio, nnd can be paid off nnd retired nt any time. No delay and red tape requited i0 secure these loans; no joint reponsi-bilit- v with feme other fanner. The owner of a small farm has the same opportunity to protect himself by n long time loan on as ensv terms us the borrower of millions. We will loan you SfiOO or $.10,000. There is no excuse for a borrower with n good farm to bo embarrassed by his debts. We loan money on farms in every county in Central and outhern Kentucky on easier and better terms than any other concern doing business in the State. Write or call nnd see us at Trust Building. Lexing805 ton, Ky. BURT L. SIMS, Dist. Manager. Se-uri- ty nre eleven of these sisters and Mrs. J. 11. (lover, of Hurnsidc, Tussey o! Rowan County was nble to come for tho first time Mrs. tho court-housMis Lillian Cobb, daughter of Mr in six years to visit with her people, d Tells Her Own Experience. and Mrs. Jesse Cobb, of Madison, Is Mrs. Thomas McHcnth, Messrs. linm, John and Dr. A. 0. Rankin, of after n long Illness. Frank Novak, who enlisted ns n Royle, Messrs. (Jcorge nnd A. Lee privnte ntiWhitesburg, was struck by iRnnkin, of Lincoln, Messrs. Robert, Thomas and David Rnnkin, of Oar- n train nt Corbln nnd killed. TO FRIENDS ADVICE Ealine Couch, little ilnughter of ' rnrd. were nil with their brother, Mr. GIVES Mr .and Mrs. L. D. Cooch, formerly I J- C. Rnnkin, who is convalescing from u long siege of pneumonia. Such rf Lincoln, is dead a: Somerset. William M, Howmnn, n prominentia dinner ns was had. It wns enjoyed Almost evcrbody Jn Rowan county contractor of Richmond, suuuhil hy in anticipation, in reaiiznuon nnu in iking rnrbollc ncid. No reason is ns- - retrospection. All knew that nny ilin- - knows Judge Richmond Tuasoy, for by Mrs. Jim Rnnkin would mcr sheriff of Rowan county, now ner served gned. Khi.rirr Itenrv T. Cartin. of Marion be well Worth While. She was nbly ns. jiidgo of the Rowan county court. sisted by her two daughters, Mes- county, who hns mnny fnenils in this Hattle Tussey. ills charming tojnty. wns painfully hurt in an nuto, iiamt-s- i ruzpnincK nnu apoonnmore- Mrs. Is almost equillly well known. wife, In"" '"'sa Lucy hpoonnmore. The rrn- She recently made a remarkable ucrident. Itm'prs. an evner enroil 'grance ol vintuis in preparation were W II n wh'ch will f.irm ngent, hns been secured by the j'lelieious enough to tempt folth nn statement for puhli-nllonnchorlte. The table wns n thing of bo read with lnlerst by all Ken- V' nl court or tinrrnni ami lias beauty nnd to n casual observer it f tutfklans. his duties. .., hpro 1b 1i0 better system Mrs. Minnie NelT, aged (18, wmis would have Seemed spread for n wed-- i ding feast. The menu of tho rich nitlI( tnnk tonIc , found dead in her home near Ed, mn Tm,iaCi,, and man, of parable fame is not told us,, . , Casey county. Her death is supposed "" ,, but the writer is willing to go on roc faM M' r"8tci- - , An'1,,rlci1 to have been cnused by apoplexy. ,0- - for ' ncarl Moore is informed ord as doubting if he ever dined so Mrs. (Jeorgo during the past few ycais home of her daughter, Mrs. sumptuously ns the Rankin guests ovcrythlne that the did on Sundny. Some are growing' nnd Tanlac Is thn rnlj modlcino t D. K Lee, of Scotland, Illinois, burned n few days ago, together with old and older and count the happy une found that icnlly helped me. hours given us, avidly storing them For a long wlillo I foil run dowp. most of tho contents. Not sick enough W. .1. Delinun has been elected iimong memory's treasure. In the af tired, and ternoon mnny or the second and third I to po to bed, but no! nil! cnonirh !o president, R. 11. Langford, Joe Mcgenerations and n few friend came ' enjoy life Dowell and J. II. Williams, ar I should. to winn Mr. Rnnkin mnny more hap C. D. Minor, "Mnny a nl(?ht I lictfiird to tho py birthdnys. "II. C. L." is seemingly and Kdwnrd Purdon, treasurer of the clock (lilmlng the Perryville fair, which will bo held a stranger in this home or at any just eoihlu't go awiiylep. hours, and to PuriiiK llio rate it in no way curtailed the hospi Aug H. 9. 10. guests were served. day I wiiild get bo :icrous Hit- least tality, rorty-nin- e All were invited to spend the day and little noise made mc jump. , JOHN MOSER SELLS STORE went early and stayed late, lingering "My appetite fell oiT so I was hardJohn J Mosrr, who has condiuti-lonthe to Ieive even when the shad- ly eating anjtlilng when I started to n store at Moreland for some time, ows grew long. Had nil has sold out to I.afe Ellis, who will over night they might have remained take Tanlac Food rort of ilcker.sil had supmycontinue business nt tin old per and breakfast and yet not have me, and It was a case or forcing nnd will ndd the poultry business. finished up the bountiful repast. self to eat. Mr. Moser retained his coal depart Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. "I started taking Tanlac because t ment and will look after that and his C. Rankin, .Mr. and Mrs. John Ran- "neard so many of m;' friends talkln; race for jailer. kin, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rankin, about It. And new It has done me k Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Rankin, talking about it, I CENT-A-WOR- O ADS Mr. and Mrs. A. Lee Rankin and son, much sood that am anyone hni? and son, too. I feel that when Mr. nnd Mrs. George Rnnkin, Mr. been helped so much aa I bnvo by FOR SALE fiO nice yearling William Rnnkin, Mrs. J. II. Oover, Tanlac. It Is on'j riht that I coma steers. Paul Finch, Crab Orchard, Ky Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Mclleath, Mr. and " 31-Mrs. A. G. Rankin. Mr. nnd Mrs. out and "tnlorso it I'hone 13-fiet Tnnlae today If you are not FOR SALK Lincoln Wonder, si. David Rnnkin and children, Mr. nnd feelln? tight. lage "SEED CORN." See E. T. Mrs. Jonathan Rnnkin, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Rankin nnd son, Mr .and Mrs. 32-t- f Pence, Jr. Stanford. I). F. Rnnkin nnd children. Miss Eva Tanlac is sold exclusively In StanAUTO SERVICE nnyvwere; day Rnnkin, Master Willie Rankin, Little ford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. or night; reasonable prices. Call Misses Pettus and Mclleath, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Mclleath anil son Mr. Coleman, Proprietor. 11-l- Fs phone U.I 1. T. H. Eads. Tan'ac can now be obtained in foland Mrs. F. F. Fitzpatrick and sons, FOR SALE Tennessee white seed Mr. nnd Mrs. D. L. Spoonnmore, Mrs. lowing ncaroy cities: Moreland, Abcorn. This is of the very best nualitv. Jones, .Mr. Sidney Dan bar. Miss LuHustonville, Adam9 T. 1). Ncwland & Son, Stanford. In cy Sponnmore. Mr. W. L. Hopper, raham Minks; Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-bur- g, Miss FOR Anna Huffman. Miss Sarah SALK Four fresh Joe McWillinms; Middleburg, Are good ones. For further in- Venger, Mr. Jim Jackson, Messrs. Charley and Pete Poindexter, Mr W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyno formation call or see P. L. Heck, and Mrs. Ilurton and children, Miss Bros.; Brodhcad, John Robins; Lan30-- 1 1 Stanford. Taylor and Miss Sacray. caster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, FOR SALE S. C. Brown LegJ. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. horn eggs. 50c setting, or $3.00 per Little Mi.ss Sara Hunn is a victim A. Horton. hundred. Mrs. W. F. Dishon, I'hone 8120. R. F. D. No. 1, Uox 41, Somer- of the measles. Mi A. C. Hill is tho guest of her 32-Mr. N. O. True and daughter. Miss set pike. LOST. Between Dillion's store i sister, Mrs. Claude Pennybakcr at Stella True, were here from and John Kennedy's house in Preach- - Danville. Wednesday. crsville, a pocket book containing money. Will give liberal reward Can describe money in it. J. II Thompson, Crab Orchard No. 2. 30 FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, Rugs, Wnll Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Tmnks, Suit Cases, Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble, Stanford. 2Stf 1 DENTISTRY I am prepared to dentistry, at practice my prutfc-ssion-, my home on Danville avenue, nnd those calling will be given prompt attention. A. S. Price, Danville avenue, 31-Stanford. HEMP TO BREAK Have 200 acres yet in the field; have plenty of brakes. Men make ns much as ?5 per day; will need good plow teams; will Main Stanford, Ky. pay highest price; enn board and them. Josh Jones, Stanford, "usc Wil-ilenlinlf-blcJ. 3t milk-cowIt ' Ml Disc and Drag Harrows and 2-horse corn planters, walking and riding cultivators at 2t W. H. HIGGINS THE Street 23-t- f Byrne Optical Service EXTRACTS THE FOLLOWING SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES Mr. J. J. Byrne has been making this town regularly as an Optician. 1 know Mr. Byrne well, nnd I am pleased to state that I have always found him to be : straight-forwar- d He gentleman. is thorough in his work, and gives pel feet satisfaction to his customers. I heartily commend him as a trustworthy gentleman. W.J. CHILDRESS, M. D. Hustonville, Ky. Mr. J. J. Byrne has been making our town once or twice a year for the past eleven years, nnd has been fitting the needed glasses to my wife's eyes during that time. He has also fitted my glasses for the past five years, both of which have given entire satisfaction. J. W. HOSKINS, Cashier People's Bank Hustonville, Ky. r 20-- lt Carter's Livery and Feed Stable Office Phono No. 5 Mozart Club, McDowell Society and Bach Club J. M. CASEY Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Cattle and Hog Vaccinated m Stanford Opera House Wednesday Evening, April 25, 8 o'clock Piano: Miss Mary Moore Raney Violin: Miss Frances Calvert POSTED! fishing nor trespassing of any kind on our property, and those guilty of doing such will be prosecuted to tho full extent of the law: M. D. Elmore, U. S. Traylor, J. D. Nnvc, Louis Nnve, S. J. Embrv, J. L. Bobbins, We. whoso names nro hereto attached will permit neither hunting, EYES TESTED s"- v, - VNNS GLASSES FITTED EIGHTEEN YEARS EXPERIENCE Eleven Years in Central Kentucky ' Will Be At J. C, Fox & Son. 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS Ovr 3 Million Loaned Through ThU Office St. Asaph Hotel STANFORD, KY. Friday and Saturday, April 20 and 21 ' Soprano: Miss Catherine Gregory Reader and Saxaphone: Miss Beatrice Baughman W. KING & SON INSURANCE FARMS BLUE GRASS & Cheapttde Short FOR SALE Lexington, Ky. Optometrist J. J. BYRNE UptlCian .! It gives me pleasure to state that Dr. J. J. Byrne, opticiuu resident of Cincinnati, Ohio, for several years has furnished me with glasses, which have given me great satisfaction und enabled mo to carry on my work with more ease, than previously. Ho is thorough in his tests and examinations, and is giving general satisfaction. He is thoroughly conscientious, und will only prescribe glusses where a thorough examination and test demonstrate the need of glasses, as I testify as to myself. I commend him most freely und W. M. HHRNDON, fully. Attorney at utw. Lancaster, Ky. 4.9.17 rmm "T' TTTi1 Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, April 20, 1917 PARLOR GROVE Sims spent Sunday of Inst week with Misses Gcrtrudo nnd Mno Hundley. Mr. nnd Mr. F. N. Eubnnks nnd little daughter, Mr. nnd Mr. Lee- mnn Singleton, Mr. nml Mrs. Alvn Morgan nnd daughter nnd Misses Grnco nnd Bessie Snundcrs were Sun dny guests nt n birthday dinner nt the home of M. J. Morgnn, In honor of Mrs. Morgnn. Mr. Wnllnco Mulllns met with quite n serious necident one dny Inst week. Some pnrt of the buggy break ing, the ntulc beenmo frightened nnd threw Mr. Mulllns out of tho buggy, dislocating his shoulder. He wns tnk-e- n nt once to the home of Dr. Cnld-wel- l, where he received skilful treatment. Mr. Luther Kcynolds nnd family, who hnvc been living in New Cnstle, Ind., are visiting relatives. Mesdnmes Kntio Morris nnd Idn Gilmore nnd little dnughter, were Stanford visitors Wedncsdny of Inst week. Roy Horton has been quite ill with mensles. Mr. Richard Jacobs sold two nice shouts to Mr. Arthur CornctL Mr. nml Mrs. Willie Sweeney, of Wnynesburir. nnd Mr. Willie Wnlls. of Pleasant Point, were Suni4nyll. tors nt Mr. nnd Mrs. Alvn Morgan's. Mr. Irn Roberts, who has n posi tion In Cincinnati, is visiting home- Minn Vcstn DO IT NOW Stanford People Should Not Until It It Too Lata e Walt M Ht J i from kidTh" appalling death-ratney dlsense is due largely to the fnct.thnt the little kldn,ey troubles nre serious. Tho slight symptoms often give place .to chronic disorders nnd sufferers may slip grndunlly Into some serious form of kidney com-plai- nt. n Tremendous Sales- The Public's Answer "Is my product right?" asks the manufacturer; "the most efficient, enduring construction?" "made of the best materials?" . "by the most skillful workmen?" And the public gives the answer through sales. The motoring public Has given the answer to United States Tires through sales sales increases which are big continuously big and growing bigger; s, If you suffer from bncknche, diizy spells j If your kidneys show signs of being disordered, help the kidneys nt once. Dunn's Kidney Pills nro especially for kidney disorder- s- they net where others fail. Over one Iitir'r! thousand people have rcconimendo.I them. Here's n case nt home. lnjnd-nche- Mrs. S. E. Owsley, B Mnin St., Wdra this little group of workers, Is yet to The little boys of Mr. W. F. Sims be revealed. Other than n small inare nil well after having been ill with ner circle of government experts so big, in fact, that they are growing even faster mensles. their nctivities nre known to no one. amazing growth of the automobile industry. than the Mrs. Clarence Howard, of King's But since it is admitted this governV Mountain spent Sunday Inst with, her ment is now chiefly concerned in comThat's the motoring public's answer parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. II. Baker. bating submarines, it is taken for L Mrs. Dora McCoy, of Dry Ridge, granted that United States Tires all five types give that some submarine panacea is visiting old neighbors and acis receiving most thought. service. supreme quaintances. Ella Rennet and Katie Mesdnmes Morris ami daughter were business THINKS THE COLONEL NEEDED Col, Theodore Roosevelt may havevisitors on Fishing Creek Wednesany military commission which Govday. United Stales Tubes A Tire for Every Crawford Rell sold some shoats to ernor Whitmnn has the power to con and Tire Aceessories Need of Price and fer, the executive nnnounces. George Perkins Monday. Have All the Sterling Use assert that he believed Mr. and Mrs. Preston Hamie nre Worth and Wear that 'Chain' Wotty was needed in the the proud parents of n pretty little Col. Roosevelt Make United States Royal Cord' present crisis. 1 dnughter. Tires Suf rente. 'Plain' 'Utco' "I think no other living Ameri Mrs. Ann Eliza Eubanks and Mr. Kenton Singleton nnd son were Sun- can," the executive said, "would at day guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. tract by his leadership so many men to the colors. Of course, my commis Rell. sion is good only within the State nnd whether it would be recognized GOOD PROSPECTS FOR FAIR by the Federal Government is not Maurice J. Farris, Jr., of this city. within my power to determine." who is one of the three Vice Presidents in Koylc county of the Stan Let the I. J. supply you with ford fair, received word from there cards. Monday that nt a moetinir Saturday. UNITED STATES TIRES ARE CARRIED BY THE FOLLOWING SALES AND SERVICE DEPOTS WHO CAN TELL YOU WHICH OF THE it was reported thAt all but six of the 100 shares of stock in the Fair GLAD FIVE TYPES OF UNITED STATES TIRES EXACTLY SUITS YOUR NEEDSs Association of our neighbor city, have been subscribed for. A great exSays Waioga Latly, "As To What hibition is said to be assured this Cardui Has Done For Me, So year and locnl friends o ftlio institu As To Help Others." tion nre greatly pleased that the prospects look fine. The Stanford Fair has made a remarkable record in reWatoga, W. Va -- Mrs. S. W. Glad well, GREEN BRIAR ing senred nt something and hurt Mrs. Ona Bobbins, of Owcnsboro, DESPERATE FIGHT ON CAR cent years and Boyle has always loythe boy's head. Mr. Clay left for Lex- was awarded $5.85 a week for 355 Ben Horton is very sick. Ernest Singleton, a Southern Rail- ally supported her good neighbor of this town, says: "When about 15 ) cars of age, I sullcrcd greatly . . . Sometimes Miss Lela Padgett is not improving ington Saturday morning, where he weeks by the Workmen's Compensa- way brnkemnn had a thrilling exper- both in attendance nnd exhibits. would go a month or two, and Iliad tion Board at Frankfort. Her huswill be under good doctors. very rapidly. Danville Messenger. terrible headache, backache, and bearing-doMr. and Mrs. Edd Leach visited band was found dead nt the foot of ience with a Negro hobo. Singleton The little son of II. C. Clay met a was wnlking on top of box cars in pains, and would Just drag and Allen S. Edelen, owner of the ba accident the other day on his Mr. nnd Mrs. George Gaines Sunday. the elevator shaft nt the Glcnwood the dsicharge of his duties. In the had no appctilc. Then It would last Mrs. J. M. McCarty and children, Distillery at Owcnsboro. Glcnworth Farms, shipped to J. D. waV to work. The" mule he was driv- vicinity of Nicholasvillc he encount. . . two weeks, and was so weakening, of Stanford, visited Mr. and Mrs. good ered the hobo laying flat on top of a Michie, of Ft. Worth, Texns, n , John Leach Saturday and Sunflay. gelding of the Montgom- and my health was awful. My mother bought me a bottle ol furniture car. The man at once show- ery Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Caldwell and Chief family. ed fight, pulling a gun on Singleton. Cardui, and I began to improve alter children visited Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. A desperate fight ensued while the taking (he first bottle, so kept it up till I Munsie Saturday night and Sunday. Old) Friends train was running thirty-fiv- e miles nn I gained, and was well look three Misses Ollio and Oma Bunch, Mr. AN AGED WOMAN and strong, and I owe it all to Cardui. hour. Singleton wrested the gun from Don't continue to create a bad Alva Padgett and Mr. Arthur SanI am married now and have 3 children his assailant, who fought viciously. Tolls How Vinol Made Her Strong habit of strong purgatives. They ders spent Sunday afternoon with relieve, and that is all. And they . . . Have never had to have a doctor for The Negro fought like a maniac and Miss Sosbia Munsie. her eighty-seconIn year Mrs. John call for increased dosage. A sensibit Singleton several times o nthc Wlckcrsham, ol Ituescllvlllc, Pa., nits: female trouble, and lust resort to Cardiff Mr. Ernest Gooch and Miss Vesta ble treatment will arouse the liver I am glad to testify to face. It is said the Negro was shot "I was in a feeble condition if I need a tonic. give tone and Etiength to the and Sims attended Sunday School at this bowels, It is offered in twice by Singleton after Singleton and had lost flesh. A neighbor asked what it has done for me, so as to help place Sunday afternoon. tat to after taking had taken the pistol away from him bottles try Vinol, and returned; I two others." Mrs. David Walls returned homo my strength am If you arc nervous or weak, have headby Jessa- paining In flcih, it has built up my The Negro was arrested Sunday from Casey, where she has mine county officers and placed in health nnd I am feeling fine for a aches, backaches, or any of the other been nt the bedsido of Arthur Hor-ton- 's jail at Nicholasville, after he had woman of my age, so I get around and ailments so common lo women, why not baby, who is very sick. do my housework." give Cardui a (rial? Recommended finally been thrown off tho train by John Leach and Levi Munsie went The reason Vinol was so successful physicians. In use over 40 years. Singleton. Mr. Singleton was brought In Mrs. Wickertliam'a caso was beto Somerset Monday to see Dr. AnBegin taking Cardui today. II may to Danville and taken to the hospital cause It contains the very elements derson again. to Imild her nn. be the very medicine you need. where his wounds were dressed. Many years have shown the useMr. and Mrs. John Leach enterTho Penny Drug Store. Stanford, Ky. NT-- 1 to fulness uf till remedy. It's the tained some of their friends Saturideal laxative, gentle, efTecUeand Now It may be strengthening. day night and had good singing. obtained In tablet form, tor conMisses Sims,1 Those present were: venience in taking. gone through life Manalln w4ll not lorm a habit Etta Gaines, Bettie Sims, Mr. Hays and whenever Used a directed, of cathartics. exthe sufferer may reasonably Jones, Mr. KInter Singleton, Mr. I've felt a cold coming pect not only Immediate relief. LOUISVILLE, APRIL 25-2- 8 Fred McCarty. All reported a good uui mo on. Dr. King's New Discovery of proper hablta. In time. stopped it the natural way. Tho healing baWna tooths tho Miss Laura Sims spent Monday Liquid if you desire Rates from Low Round-Tri- p and all way stations Irritated membranes, the mild Uia-tiIt, $1 and 35c. with Mrs. John Leach. quality expel the cold g'erma, tho Tablets, 25c and 10c News has been received hero from nve throat la reLouisville & Nashville R. R. Carry a box with lieved, tho tight cheat looacned, the Lexington from Mr. Clay that his nu. ComtlDatlon hi reaping cough eaaed, the cold is larcelv a matter of son is in a serious condition and it is habit. You ran overtopped. TICKETS ON SALE APRIL 24-25-2- 6; LIMIT MAY 1st come It with liana, doubtful whether he will recover. For nearly half century Dr. King' I MM My hend nched nnd I hnd diry .spills. were so sore and pnlr.fut that it cnuscd me a gre.it denl of trouble to work. My kidncy.i raurc I me n grcnt denl of nnnoynncc also I l. red nil sorts of remedies with little 1 enefit Three boxes of Dorm's Kidney Pills put me In good hap anil the aches and paiirs left me " Price 50c, at nil dealen. T)in't simply ask for n kidney remedy ret, Prnn's Kidney Pill tho saint! that folks. Co . Mrs. Owsley had. Foater-MilburMr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Jones visited Props., Buffalo, N. Y. .12-over Sundny with Mr. Hnrvcy Jones nnd family of Woodstock. PLOTTING AGAINST GERMANY Miss Lcla Pndgctt is quite ill nt Somewhere on the Atlantic sen- the home of her parents. bonrd gunrded from prying eyes, Mr. Otis Florence nnd fnmlly, of Thomns A. Edison and a little group Stanford, visited Sunday lnct with of nre working cease Mr. J. C. Hundley nnd fnmlly, re- lessly Germany's down plotting turning with Mrs. Clifford Townscnd fall. Every facility nnd assistance nnd children, who hnd been their wheh the government department can guests. provide is being furnished them Int Mr. R. E. Horton bought a nice untinted lot. Nnvnl officers are conbunch of shoats of T. J. Ellis. stantly in attendance to lend them Mrs. Clouse, of Middlesboro, is their expert I'xeprlence in making- visiting her daughter, Mrs. Preston practical the coming Invention. Just Hamic. where the brain children arc just Mr. William-Wyllhas returned to how far they will upset all past methLexington after n pleasant visit with ods of warfare and just hwo far the his brother, A. B. Wylie nnd fam-il- German government will come to fear .My hips n L super-Inventoe Stnnford, says: ''I hnd severe pain in my bnck. My limbs ached nnd werj swollen badly. My kidneys throbbed nnd nched nnd were swollen nnd I United States Tires Are Good Tires ' 11 ed H.C.Anderson,Stanford Contiration JM004 T0TEST1FY wn ... Overcome Chronic d ... d Mkia;ii;irhfifiy run-dow- l Wcve Kentucky Educational Association Stanford vo cough-straine- d tin's help. TfceP. well-know- Montgomery, aged CO, and in Adair county, is dead ' at Columbia. Rheu n New Diacovery haa been the stand-r- d remedy (or coughs and colda, for old and young. At all druggists. See nearest L. & N. Agent for Particulars . ., The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, April 20, 1917 iiri Page Sever 7j n fv l It, lots of farmers hotly resent having their fences nnd trees disfigured BY USING with advertisements, nnd the man who uses them often hurts his trndc. The farmers, like everybody else, look to the newspapers for advertis O. (J. Mclicnth, of HedL'cvillc, sold ing, nnd that's where the merchnnt SLfivQLOtwmt Inst week to Allen S. Kdclcn, of llur-gi- who knows what he Is about makes a coming show mntKout of Nnn-c- y his tn'lks to the buying public. r Pcavino nnd by Bohemian King. " Democrat. This marc, a rich chestnut is registered as Hohomian PERCHERON STALLION Caress. It Is recalled thnt Mr. Mc"The Brand That Satltfiet" BOSSEAU licnth sold to The Glcnworth Farms the bay roadster gelding by Ilohcminn Believing that now is the time to King, which hns since been educated Pure White Lead, Oxide Zinc and Linseed good horses nnd mules, I will to the Ave gnits and is pronounced rnlsc Oil Paint of great covering power, spreading by many the best horse of his ago stand my registered Percheron stal There is no guess work about capacity and durability. . Pink-ham- 's in Kentucky for the coming neuron. lion, Bosscau, weight 2,000 pounds, its quality. Read the formula on every can. This paint living colt nnd my nt $10 to insure n All persons in the United States, forms a tough, tenacious, leather like coating which remains citizens and nilens. arc warned in n grcnt mule Jack, Joe nt $8 on same proclamation issued by President terms. Will make liberal cut to those in perfect condition for many years. It retains its color too. Wilson thnt treasonable acts or nt hnving more thiti one marc. Care tak It costs no more to apply the best than a cheap, inferior, tempts to shield those committing en to prevent nccldcnts, but not reDoctor Haiti Operation or Dcntli Hut Mcrilulno Cured. such nets will be vigorously prose sponsible should nny occur. R. L. grade. Therefore the best is the cheapest in the long run. cuted bv the Government. Dcclnrn LLUMiUifillITT TTTTI Dos Moines. Iowa. "My husband says I would tion is made that all resident aliens Berry, Hustonville, Ky. My farm is hnvo Ik!ii in my Kmxo tMiny had it not Ikjoii for U Brand has been sold in your community for years. Ask ns well ns citizens owe allegiance to one mile enst of Hustonville, on the Lydia K. Pinkliain'rt VeRutnlile CoiiiKiind. I your dealer about its quality and for names of useri. the United States nnd. therefore, nrc Stanford pike. from a serious fciimlu troiiblo and the doctors equnlly subject to the laws against said I could not livo ono year without an ojwrotion. trenson nnd like crimes. ON SALE BV KING ALFONSO My liu.sliaud objected to tlio oix'mtion and had niu Big, fine jack of good KenIn Nicholas county nnd other try Lydia K. rmkliiim'ri Vegetable Compound. 1 tucky communities the first steps nre bone nnd action. Splendid mule jack. soon commenced to Ret ltetter and am now well being taken toward complying with Will make the season of 1917 at my and able to do my own housework. I can rvcoin the appeal of President Wilson in re- fnrm nt mend Lydia K. Imklittiiici Vegetable, Compound to gard to raising more foodstuffs nnd $10 to Insure a Livng Colt nny woman ns n wonderful health restorer." Mrs. less tobneco. Fnrmcra in various . "aaaaaaaaaf'.'laaaWg'.'BaaaWaaaM iaTVgt " wt jr Vj ' ' -' " ' Blanche .Ikkki;!!k)N,703 Lyon SL, Des Moincs.Iowa. already bnvc announced their Will nlso nt the same place nnd time ' willingness to do their part during stand my great Jersey Bull BaaGaWS Another Operation Avnlilcfl. ".'' I'l-v- '' the war. SHELBY SULTAN 117497 r?IV3V9HBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV IMchmond, lml. "For two years I was so sick and weak from to insure a living calf. This is female troubles that when goiiiK up stairs I had to go very slowly aaaaaaaaaaaaaalBBaaaaaaamBaVeVb. Anything and everything In the At $5 arBtt . T 5TL ' a with my hands on the steps, then sit down at tho top to rest. Tlio ;'v way of small crnft, from destroyers one of the best Jersey bulls in tho BaaaaaaMamS laTW. TWAtP ' vMaal nLHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH to tugs, would he the most usciui country and I am stnnding him at a doctor said ho thought 1 should havo an ojieration, and my friends laaaaaaWVJaaaaQlBWaBam7 JZflfWwSXIBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaf BrJBV' aaaaaaaaaaaamVaaaWMK "Wflt '?fCaW;fjBal jBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal thought I would not Hvo to move into our new Iioiimi. Mv daughter contribution that the United States very low figure. See this stock before MaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaabSiaaaaT-nPlkajBaaataaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasked me to try Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable ConijHiuncJ ns she had could make to the war ngainst sub- you breed. Care taken to prevent ' 'BaaaaaaawaaaaaaaKaaaViQBaaaaaVBaaaaT "'S taken it with good results. I did ho, my weakness disiipiieiived, I marines, in the opinion of Sir John T." but not responsible should aBBBBBBaVaaaaWBWlaaaaaaaaaal aaaaaaaafaaaaBH gained in strength, moved into our new home, do all kinds of garden Jcllicoe, First Sea Lord of the Brit nny occur. Parting with marc or aaaaW V-navy. ish i '' ' work, and raised hundreds of chickens and ducks. I cannot say cow forfeits insurance and makes j, enough in praise of Lydia K. llnkham's Vegetable Compound." Mrs. The Orlando, Fin., Reporter-Sta- r money due.F. REID, Stanford, Hi. O. Johnston, Koutu I), llox 11K), Hichmond, Ind. reports the sale of 7,000 cattle by season 32tf serious cases that only a Hull Ilnss. the cnttlek ing of that sec- Ky., R. D. No. 5. Of course there are many The for We freely acknowledge tion of Florida steer $120,000. large will relieve. surgical operation EZZZM is not ns teAaaaaaaaaVBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVeaaaW nvernire Florldn MENROE T. .. .J they this, but the above letters, and many others like them, ns those found in Kentucky, but good This good stallion will make the n nre compactly built nnd make amply prove that many operations are recommended when beeves. of 1917 at the home of Eli Estcs, is needed. Boy Wiley, of Cropper, a soldier two miles southwest of Eubank on medicine in many cases is all that 3'M"-"j?,'.'?'"- : V duty nt High Hrige, was If you wnndt snoclut wlvleo wrlto to Ljdlis K. Plnkliaui Mell-cln- o on guard was struck by n fast pas- the Fishing Creek nnd Eubank road SW'W killed. lie Ihi owiub ' V Vf laHet nt $10 to insure n colt ten days old. Co. (confident Inl) U"". Mii.h. Your letter will ", ? senger train, it is thought. woman uud held In btrlct cunlluonctx ; l.iaWaMaatJaaaaaaail This horse is so well known that it and miawcrcd read is useless to describe him. Eli Estes He later addressed pupils of the THE FIGHT IN THE FURROW Curl II. Vroomnn, Assistant Sccre-iej-- y college, Lexington, urjfing JACK and STALLION and Daniel Newsotn. 4Avi4ly of the I'Vdurnl Department of urging them to aid in the movement Four Good Jacks jack at I will stand my AgricuHuru, informed the General looking to bigger food crops by my place on the Milledgeville pike, Three tf them bine': and one nrey; Assembly of Kentucky that "the others, anil conferred with to- near McCormack's church, at nil of them good ones. They range AjrouIXJ'WjgFs.1- -. Vlf'MaBaBaBiisjBaajaaj Jtfyitt.JiLj.y. IwSetC - -fight is in the furrow," voicing a bacco growers with n view to per$10 to Insure a Livng Colt in ages from coming two to seven strong plea for intensive production suading them to raise more food and He is black with white points, fine years. You should see them before and cars. Money due when you breed. Will stand them all at bone unci conservation of food supplies. less tobacco. mnre changes hands. Not responsible $G to insure a colt four months old for accidents. Care taken to prevent accidents, but PROFESSIONAL AND "When In Doubt Will also stand a good No. 6053 not responsible should nny occur, Percheron Stallion at $5 a Bath." BUSINESS CARDS Cash, with return privileges, or $8 to Parties with mare or breeding her to Sired Rowland Peavine chettnut stallion, foaled May 14, 1912. Sanitary Plumbing. Heating, Tin- Insure. other animals forfeit insurance and by Res Peavine, No. 1796, by Rex McDonald, No. 833, by Rex ning and Guttering Gurantecd. . I nsk your inspection nnd patron makes season money duc.ELI ESTES, Denmark 840. Myere and Gray Enginei age. W. A. HATCHER, Stanford, R. 30-Eubank, Ky. Surveying and Leveling I W.Pumps WARNER . 1st dam: Bourboniste, No. 9297 (full sister to Bourbon's Best) F. P. No. 2.v K. i0"-by Bourbon Chief 976, by Harrison Chief 1606, by Clark Chief 89. Ho sure your title is good. Let me ' Phone 188 Stanford, Ky. THE ROYAL JACK 2nd dam: Judy Oliver 6407, by Red Cloud 2197, byIndian survey your land purchase for you, DON VARRICK Chief 1718. and make certain. Will go anywhere EXCELSIOR Will make the season of 1917 at 3rd dam: by Wilson's King 2197. The Hear Ye I See Stanford Livery and Auto Service Jack," "Excelsior." Me!I ngain "Royal my stable mile from Crab Orch M. C. New-land-, 4th dam: Daughter of Sim's Clark Chief 2575. appear ard. on the Singleton place, nt $10 Drummers' Wagons. Carriages and before the public for close scrutiny to insure a living colt. Don Varrick Rowland Peavine it a rich chestnut, with star and snip) stands Iluggics; Open Day and Night and admiration and abundant ser- is a beautiful 1G hands; 15.3 full; weighs 1100 pounds; five years old. As you will see from 2 mile. opposed the cost of AM BOURNE Autos by trio or the Please Give us a vice, nnd om and place to my charges weighs 1,400 chestnut, is compactly the above breeding, he hat the blood of the best show horses Kenpounds, Trial, Wc Will high living You. tucky hat ever produced, and it one himtelf. You should tee this built and hns plenty bone nnd finish. AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. Phone 5. the fnrmer of moderato His colts show for themselves. H. H. Carter, Manager. where horse before booking your mare. means enn do business with me at Calls answered dajr or night. Will also stand at tho same time The high dollar at your sale all the You rarely ever have the opportunity to breed to a horse as the "low cost of living prices" ns nnd place my saddle stallion CARTER & CARTER. Stanford. Ky. time and at lowest price; sales fathionably bred at the tmall fee'of well as the rich. My progeny sneaK BLACK PRINCE cried anywhere. for themselves, selling ns weanlings $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Phone 364A Lancastar at my expense for $(5G to $130, nnd at two years By Kentucky Pcavinc, out of n mare Will make the teaton of 1917 at my stable on Eatt Main street. VACCINATE by Old Preston. He is n coming of age for $200. Reference: Messrs. Money due at birth of colt or when mare it parted with or bred to as black as a crow Hun Gaines, J. G. Livingston, J. II. I nm" prepared to vaccinate for An, M. REYNOLDS other ttock. J. Wm. and a good one. You should see him. Harris, Jncobum Rctrofrac, thrax, Black Leg, and nil othar Long, Lute King, John Snylor, J. G. He will stand at $10 to insure. WAYNESBURG. UNDERTAKER, tock diseases. TWO GREAT MULE JACKS Carpenter and many others. I have Wo carry a large and complete stock JOHN COOK. Veterinarian, all the marking, form, size, symmetry, Will also stand two great mule Cnskcts, Kobes etc at all times. Phona 204. of Stanford. K. bones, muscles, tendons, equipments jacks at $10 to insure. Ono tho n -- ; Fhono: Farmers' lino No. Stanford, Ky. nnd color true to my Jnckship; nm Bun Gaines jack nnd the Woodstock lino No. an athlete and possess the greatest other, Jesse Fox, a fine fellow. 5 agility and gambol over the green years old and a good breeder. His Auto Bus Between a them CONTRACTING BLEUCHER 46158 Danville and Stanford swnrd like n rrace horse, nnd haveba-s- o colts show up nicely. Seemnrcs. both voice, with a musical sopra-tenobefore you breed your See B. L. FAGALY for Contracting RKCOn'D 2:29 Dally Except Sunday Will stand n fine registered ShortTRIAL 2:U profunda nltcmntions and bray and Building of any sort Houses, Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) the nappy hours away; tho pass word horn Hull at $2 to insure. Money due KENTUCKY'S L'IIAMI'IO.V ROAD HOUSE Barns, Etc. Stanford, Kentucky. songs, "Home, in all cases when animal is bred elseis Eureka; favorite nt 10:00 n. m. and 4.00 p. m. Winner of Road CIu aud Breeding CUm at Kentucky State Fair 10)0 Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at Sweet Home," and "My Old Ken- where or parted with. Aloone 632. 2:27 Motto: Get there Eli. W. R. GA INES. Crab Orihard, Ky. tucky Home:" 9:00 a. m. and 1:80 p. m. Sire of 60, dams of 05. W. W. BURGIN 235 Ilundles and Packages Carried at I have aqunline eyes, pleasing counr Drk Nizht 24, Including hire of tenance, style, typicnl hend, ears, Xoonday Low Charges DENTIST ALMONT DARE SenrrMltht 2:03 liy Ht. r.lrao J75 neck, shoulders, body, back, bones, O. L- MINKS. Proorletor Hilent Rroolc 10709 Holidays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays 2:08 HrlchtUitht Ureat brood mare. hips, hocks, legs and feet, nnd cauAlmont Dare, 3228, is a rich red Record 3:10 Hark Wilkea 2:09, Yalpa at Crab Orchard ' Harry Clay 45, 2:29 Hire of Hilly Hurt 2:03 etc. 2:09 Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays GOOD AUCTIONEER dal appendage. My keeper friend bay stallion; 1C hands high with good Shawbay 2:07 Sire of 4, dams of 50. Jenny Clay- nnd guide is Thomns Matheuselah bone and fine style. Is extremely .....-- . Meadow llrook 2:09 at Stanford I brood marc. Great Is half of n Good Sale. Let me cry Johnson. Kinum llrook 2:09 fast both under saddle and in harOffice In Lincoln Bank Guiding Norwood Relle Lady Zarriue 2:07 Scientific breeders state the dam ness. He is a full brother to Toxy Ily Norwood 522 juui Biwu ii nu j Wm get you top gives llellbrook 2:10, etc. Dnro thnt won tho championship t or 70 1 of potency and prepotenprices. I will go nnywherc you want say 50 fo saddle bred brood mares at tho KenRaron Wilkes 475, 2:18, others to T. W. PENNINGTON, mo to andM.always treat you right. cy thistho gammetes;force is given by tucky State fair in 1914, defeating Moko 21457 -- . Sire of 12 la 2:10, etc. power nnd of H. JOHNSON York Hirx of llrenda DENTIST by the sire. Send Edna May nnd others and to Nettle-to- n tho dam and G0 Phono 19U0. R. D. 1, Stanford, Ky. 1'eruu 2:05 1 :0t Queen Ethel Natlre llelle (3) !:0d me dams 10 hands high and thnt that sold for $3,600 and others at Ily Strathmore 409. Stanford, Ky, Myers Home Flats Clayo 1 Ann ...Itl, $1,500. Ho is the best one of tho lot. Sdrer Hilk (4) !:0 n.in.l ...Atu i Ann Dam of Humps 2:03 Dam of I.ala Watt (2) Office 240j Set. 16S 12, Monrlco (3) ::07 Pbonat good conformation nnd you will get His colts have frequently defeated llleucher 2:29 2:27 Sutie N, (3) ::09 r Wilkes Nutwood 8000 2:24 r. 2:17; out of a etc. I mule colts that will weigh 1,200 to tho colts of sires standing as high as The Only Keeley sire of Carl Ulkct to alder Silent L lletir Clar half 1,400 pounds when mntured with $75. Have sold his colts myself for 2:01 llrook 2:10 to Half kilter Silent L Jenny Clay and fructify the $500. Others offers Keddi llrook 2:00 J. B. PERKINS Institute in Kentucky age. I arrange nature docs the rest They olso ore claimvery best of .$1,000 iiy uarrr iisy 43 gammctes nnd Clay (4) 2:25 to use at tho and Dam of Silent llrook DENTIST Lilly Clay, dam ol I'rue electro-tonimy home, being large, fine, game, dura-bl- o for my neurous are Reddle Clay (4) For ny information apply to blood that of royalty; composed of Room 28.29, Lincoln Bank Building etc. and kind. 2:25 STANFORD. KY. Will mnke the season at $10 to in tho red, white and blue; rich (n tho 214 Phone Meadow Hrook 2:06 tire of Ailly Hurk 2:03 Silent llrook. 19760, 2:16 J. D. WILLIS "units" of "proximato principals;" sure live colt. Hetty llrook 2 ;09 3 4, Emma llrook 2:09 Lady Shawhay 2:07 Zarrlne 2:07 Bryan Breckinridge, my register Margaret llathgate my nervo cells are filled with prima; Silent llrigade (2) 2:10 llellbrook 2:10, Ilutter flrook 2:10 etc. His dam, Jenny Clay, c etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07 (4) 2:11 ed black Jack, 16 hands with extremethe results will be through Plumbing, Tinning Crab Orchard, Kentucky produced Iteddie i. and xygotosls ly largo bono will stand for marcs nt alto Mnka 24457. sire Clay 2:23 2:05 and waa granatin ol rrue i'.il llrenda York (S) radiation (winner Kentucky futurity.) or Pereno and Repairing of all kinds. For any mule colts of tho uniform size nnd $10 for mare mules and $8 for 2:08 (Futurity winner) Native llelle (2) 2:07 (Kuturity winner) (5) 2:04 Bit. C3i n Q 13 frhamnlnn S Tear old flllv.) Atanricn(Futurity2:07 14 fFuturitr winner.! Motel work of this sort, sco type, for, style, action nnd beauty, horse mule. Will also breed jennets winner,) Oumoko 2:10. Susie N. (3) 2:09 1 - 4, and docility, perfect mules with tho any month in year at $10 to insure ver10Silk 4, (4) (Futurity winner) etc. 1 Momaster 211, Siliko (3) 2:11 2 2:10 A. D. PARSONS "esprit de corps" of their slro; no colt. Have sold his colts for $120 at Sired damsMochrsterHarvester, 2.01 (champion trotting stallion,) Yito (4) 2:09 Marof The Uaron Stanford, Ky. Crescent 0 Nell (3) 2:13 3 4, etc. Iirother to Humps 3:03 such word as "hors do combat" or weaning time. Grass furnished at tha Tipton (4) 2:09 Phone 254 1) '10 He. fail, in my vocabular of Jackology. $2 per month and all stock intrusted ' "l'lleiicher 46159, record 2:29 half In 1:00. last quarter in 33 trial mile 2:14 As Sol Russell said, "when passing to mo will receive my personal at Mfonds, Is a handwine seal brown horse, tnd will weigh 1100 pounds. He greatly Heights his good aire Silent Hrook and is out of Clsjo, by the great Futurity aire Moko. my way 'drop' over on me in peace- tention but win not be responsible from this country, tnd we may has taken over South End Farmers for accidents. Season on the abovo eipeetForeign demand for our horses in one million bortee adrice to mare owners Is to breed ful valley." the future. Our better prices My friend, "Romeo" the beautiful aro due when colt is foaled or mare their marea and to breed them to stallions of merit and proven worth as alrva, llleucher have all ailments of their horses, can Hit colli hive proven Is Just the type to produce the coltt that will supply the demtnd. black registered Polangls Bovine, is bred to other stock or stock parted cattle and other live stock promptly neck with nice doing business here, too price $1.00 with. All the above will make tho fine, This great hetd tnd Sitlhon tnd plenty of hone andof conformation. stalls in Lancasand expertly attended by 1917 tt my trotting will mike the seisou at the lot, and the handsome Adonis, season nt my place, two and a half ter, Kentucky, tt ' DR. H. A. PICKETT tho cauine male, well grown, in size, milos west of Hustonville, on HustonKing's Mountain, Ky. $20 to Insure a Living Colt Veterinarian, graceful and ideal conformation, will ville and Liberty pike. Pedigrees do service at $7.00. We like com- furnished upon request. Aberdeen-Angu- s Cattle petition, but, defy successful com- S. T. POWELL. Hustonville, Ky. . a BARLOWE "To AUCTIONEERING the sriton of this beautiful Hogt petition In our lines, My tho victors Southdown Sheep, Duroc-Jerttslf I Engraved cards should ble In will also aland tt 10.00 TO Shetlind Sttlllon for COLT. I tm 1917 tt my take LADIES preptred to INSURE A LIVING Ltnctstcr, Ky.. bloodlines Is represented In belong the upoils."truly, price $8.00. he used Money fee. coin day. Lien 10 centt Very I can ret you tdghaat prices Tor your The bestthese famous breeds. High-clafor all social purposes. Sea rare of wares on Isgrass at or parted a with. Care rrttlnrd to onprevent for service but not. reeach of tccidentt taken mire EXCELSIOR The Royal Jack. the new samples we have and as due when should anytraded land, stock, crops or household goods. occur. individuals for sale at all times. sponsible t Address Carpenter Farm, R. F. D. 1, cheap as they can be bought anyCrUd Anywhei Salts E. V. CARSON R. F. D. No. S Crab Orchard, Ky., Chappie's Gap W. B. BURTON, Phone 95, Lancaster, Kentucky where. The Interior Journal. 69-Stanford, Kentucky JOHN B. DINWWDIE, MreU4. Pike. two-party six-par- Hoo Many dolefully, "It Operations Tribute to Lydia Vegetable Compound. handy, but It's only line. My sister Deborah n down In tho country Is on n line, and she can hear the gosssip of the whole district," Is n, MORE THE MERRIER FOOLS' NAMES, ETC. find your telephone n Whenever wo see n merchant's crcnt convenience?" bubbled Mrs. tin sign stuck up on n fence rnll or Llirhtnit. You enn sit at homo nnd n tree it reminds us of tho old couptalk nil over town." let, "Fools' names like fools' faces, "Yes," admitted Aunt Susanna, etc," For If tho merchant only knew "Don't you gjttfg Preserve Your Property Cyn-tbin- three-year-ol- d, H.&W.Pure SSSsSS, Prepared Paint A kU&lKMfin The Right Medicine in Many Cases Does Better than the Surgeon's Knife. nVF. SHU U0 uf-fer- " d The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky "- , fMfcJ''- - , "V "V t.&rjL& VaaB - wi 'tiH'liaaaaaaaUl ',sHjiS3iiHassfalLiiBH U.aW-JaaaaaaaaaPaaamWaaaeaW -- ''' ( tKrrrVlelieSHI '' sen-so- y liu ari-eultur- al tMjfo HyF i- y7'': J ." i"aaM .ytTiWaw!fatWaaaaaaB ?ta- Take Rowland Peavine ! I 1- CAPT. four-year-ol- d, well-know- J. C. BAILEY f - . , electro-blonlasti- n-i Farm JA f y MJL ss tf Ji-- J. Trr 1H , ) isf -r- -- " M rBi;H..f, I? !V' V rf ' "W rwmm 'r f V '. r ri, D i, , ." r. - ' 1 V,c, ' ;- - ".r , .(Tf Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, April 20, 1917 ' .t A4 m degenerative diseases is on the Increase; Mint while tho nverago length of life hns Increased, due to the better care of bnblcs, fewer and fewer ndults live to nttnln n ripe old nge, 1017. nnd diseases which nre causing deaths FOR BUTTER THIS WEEK! Rfiourcfi nmong the ndult population nre very $.19,087.12 Lonn.i nml Discounts. plainly the diseases of overwork. Overdraft, secured nnd 1272.31 unsecured The death rate from liver nnd diTri-Sta- te Stocks, llonds nnd other gestive organs nlone incronsed thirty, 500.00 Securities four per cent, within the Inst ten 41.G8G.88 Due from Unnks.. 4,251.53 Cnsh on hand years, according to census records of Hanking House, Furniture 5,000,000 people who work over ten Rend a message one of our pntrons gnvc us permission to .1,100.00 nnd Fixtures print: hours per dny, nn Increase of forty-thre- e Other Assets not included per cent. In kidney nml urinary under any of nbovc 33G.57 heads disorders. Gentlemen: Think of it these nre cold, d T.n,:r' ncvpr "ns been nnythlng gotten up thnt hns helncd tho $90,133.91 7 ncres. Total .. . tion. FARM WOMAN like the BUTTER COMPANY. farts. Liabilities Lots 10 to 20 inclusive contain in Kenneth D. Alexander refused We used to churn nnd sell our butter, but with your help we "ARLO" a remedy to correct any Capital Stock paid in, in the aggregate nbout 30 ncres nnd $7,500 for Escoba, n don't do that now. ... $15,000.00 lots 1 to 8 inclusive contain in the thoroughbred by Broomstick. J. W. or all of the sickness that may be the cash I can't help but sing prnlse for you. . 4,121.07 aggregate about 20 ncres. Surplus Fund We have no store bill to Parrish, of Midway, made the offer. result of overworked kidneys nnd livpay now. We alwnys have n little money. Deposits sub Lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, nnd 15 Possibly the biggest price ever re- er. I have sent you several shippers nnd never heard anyone say jeet to check $17,005.10 face Somerset street with frontage ceived for a single hog in Montgom 20,072.00 There nre thousnnds of persons Time Deposits but what tliey were satisfied. ranging from 135 to 180 feet nnd ery county s hi'tory was that receiCnshier'c checks an average depth of over 000 feet. ved by John T. Botts, when Jio sold to here (women ns well ns men) who We will have six cows soon. We nre raising n bunch of pigs 1,710.00 09,387.22 outstanding Lots 10, 17. 18, 19. and 20 face on Thomas M. Greene. Jr., n on sepnrator milk nnd nlso have four calves. know they nre in need of Just such n 225.00 . . Reserve for taxes .. pike with frontage ranging " hog, raised by him which tipped medicine Long may your Company standi ' ns "ARLO," the mirncle Other Liabilities not infrom 145 to 180 feet nnd nn nvor-ng- e the scales nt 750 pounds nnd brought under any oft cluded medicine nnd n few minutes' time BEATRICE WEI.l.ER depth of over 000 feet. a total of $100.87. 1,390.90 above heads Joseph McCrny sold his farm of toilny hnving its virtues explained Lot 1 of nbout 7 ncres faces "Cut- ' Selling Your Cream to Off" nikn nnil rp.lrVin tnvvn lirnnrVi 219 acres in Charmay prolong your life a few years. $90,133.91 and has a tenement house of three les Spilman Mercer county to Total at $140. Mr. Spilman is sold exclusively in StanARLO State of Kentucky, rooms. then sold his farm of 450 acres to TRI-STATSet. E County of Lincoln Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, nnd C nre to face Woodward Bros., of Wilmore, nt $90. ford nt THE PENNY DRUG STORE, M. E. Wo, James A. Hays, and n new 30 foot street lending to Som- Mrs. Margaret Salmon sold what is E. R. Colemnn, Proprietor. Cashier of erset street nt Menefee nnd MeKob-crt- s known ns "Wheeldon, President and Capital Stock $75,000 CINCINNATI, O. the Robert Forsythe farm the above named Hank, do solemnly corner near old pond. of 300 acres, also in Mercer, to F. W. Co). Theodore Roosevelt in n stnte- the above statement is e Ask nny swear that patron what they think of us, Lots 7 and 8. face Somerset street $90 true to the best of our knowledge and in front of P. M. McRoberts and con- BogieL.ntHutchins, who was in the city ment delcnred that in furtherance of or write for Free Trial Cans J. belief. ncres each. tain nbout 2 from Danville this morning, told of his plan to lead nn army division to .T. A. HAYS. Prcsidnet. A 40 foot street is to run from the following hog purchnes he has France, "it may be that conditions M. E. WHEELDON, Cashier Menefec's corner on Somerset street Subscribed and sworn to before me to southwest corner of W. P. Grimes' made recently; Bought of A. J. nnd will become such ns to make it wise" he said, would be to mire a livision. Miss Juan Mount, of Uincaster D that averaged this 14th day or April, ivu. My lot; a 40 foot street is to run from 200 F. Thompson 90 I. Shelby Tevis for him to accept a commisison ns of United States volunteers pounds at 15c: of similar enme over with Mrs. W. R. Todd to Major General expires 1918. G It. this street between lots 7 nnd 8 on Commission pounds nt 13c; of New York of the National Guard to the troops he commanded in Cuba attend the minstrel Tuesday even- 25 that offered him by Gov. Cooper, Clerk. L. C. C, by W F. one side nnd 2 to 0 inclusive on the of Evansweighed 130 75 & Durham Whitman. His preference, however. during the Ing. n Camden, u. u. Wnr. other to southenst corner of No. 0 nt 14 of J. B. House lllweigh-in- g Correct- - -- Attest: nnd from that point 30 feet wide to 200 pounds nt 15c nnd of Geo. L. O. GOOCH. Somerset street; a 15 foot alley is to f. Merrick 12 averaging 200 pounds R. Y. BALLARD. run in rear of lots 2 to 6 inclusive. nt 14 d He shipped n of Directors The whole tract to be sold ns nbove hogs the other day that cost him over indicated is in the southern subutbs 53.100. Mr, Hutchins told the I. J. county, Ken- that he had bought a good deal of of Stanford, Lincoln tucky, bounded on the north by land wool at 50c. of Menefee nnd St. Asaph Branch; east by "Cut-Off- " pike and W. P. CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS Hogs Receipts 4.200: nctive. Cat Grimes; south by J. S. Hocker and Mat Myers; west by Somerset itreet tie, receipts 000; steady. Calves proves the treu economy in having your and containing nb)tt ! ncres. steady. Sheep, receipts none; steady The object of the sale is for a re- Lambs steady. Clothing, Wearing Apparel, Rugs, Carpets, Etc., OF investment of the proceeds. DRY CLEANED. TERMS: WILL Splendid Building Lots credit of six The sabs will be on a The WHICHHour IT BE "ARmonths. The purchasers "Eight The SWISS SERVICE is as close as Your PostLaw," or will be required to execute bonds AND with good security, payable to the LO," the miracle medicine? man. WE CLEAN AND DYE EVERYTHING1!; Lincoln Trust Company, bearing 0 The Hon. Louis Brnndeis, who was per cent, interest from date of sale recently employed by the State of Send via Parcel Post we do the rest. Write for Nine Room until paid, having the force and effect Oregon to defend its ten (instead of information. of judgments nnd secured by lien on Roof House , eight) hour law, found upon investithe property sold. E. D. PENNINGTON, gating conditions generally, that ovMatter Commissioner Lincoln Cir- erwork is the greatest single menace In obedience to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at cuit Court. Maps showing the location of the to public health in the United States the November term, 1916, in the aceach today; that people are dying younger tion of Mrs. Sallie Varnon, etc., lots may be seen at court-housagainst Mrs. Sallie Varnon's Trus- of the Stanford banks and at law in America than ever before; that tee, the undersigned Commissioner offices of P. M. McRoberts and J. B. workers are wearing out more quickIncnrpontrd 617 Avenue Paxton. will on Louisville, Ky. ly, while infant mortality has notably The sheriff of Girard, Ala., de- decreased, any physiWEa NINE DIFFERENT STORES May 5, 1917 stroyed $200,000 worth of liquor cian or any insurance company can seized by State officials in prohibition and will tell you that mortality from beginning at 10 a. m on the prom- - raids a year ngo. 150-poun- d Keport of the condition of WAYNESBURC DEPOSIT HANK tolnjr husiness nt tho town of Wnyneshurg, County of Lincoln. Stnto of Kentucky, nt the close of business on the tenth day of April, ... Iscs, offer for sale nt public outcry I FARM AND TRADE ITEMS to the highest nnd best bidder, tho Joe V. Chancellor sold to T. W. - Jones 25 ewes nt $12 "VnnDevecr Property" in the southorn suburbs of Stanford, Lincoln Does killed 4 i sheen for farmers county, hy In the following sub of the Porryville section. 11 .M Hlnckerby delivered Thursdivisions: (1) Lot No. 9, of nbout 0 ncres, day to Jones & Cress 30 containing n frnme metal hoes nt $13.75. S. E. Hollowjy, of Jessnm'ti', whl roof dwelling, n barn nnd other outI) Spears & Sons 00,'JOil ponnili of buildings. (2) Lots 10 to 20, both Inclusive, hrmp nt $14.25. nnd will then be sold separately, Hright's Inn Farm sold to J. II. d then ns n whole nnd the bid nccopted Hnughmnn & Co. n of mixed rpnlizes thp prentor sum. Tnosn hay nt $20 per ton. whirh I lots rnngc in size from nbout 2 to .lones & Cross shipped to Clncinnn d ncres. Iti Thursday a of hoes they (3) Lots 1 to 8, both Inclusive bought in this section nt 13 to 11 will then be sold separately nnd ns n whole nnd the bid nccepted which Hrewers of this county used the grcntor sum. These lots! 000,000 buthcls of grnin Inst year, range In size from about 1 to or one per cent, or the total produccnr-loa1car-lones l-- 'J 47 Cents FAT TRI-STAT- E i The Butter Co., Cincinnati, O., Has Helped the Farm Woman hard-boile- .... ... Cut-OjT- Try THE BUTTER CO. Tri-Stat- 1- Spanish-America- 3-- cnr-loa- SALE Metal. Commissioners' $2,500,000 Was Spent in 1916 for Cleaning and Dyeing in the United States That e, Swiss Cleaners & Dyers Fourth OPERATE Saturday, I Wednesday, May 2, 10:30 A. M. MMHHHMHilHMaHHHHBHBnVHaHMHHI Small Farms At Auction THE WELL KNOWN E. T. PENCE, (SR.) FARM, ONE MILE SOUTHEAST OF STANFORD, KY., BORDERING EITHER SIDE OF THE CUT-OFINTO TRACTS RANGPIKE TO ROWLAND, IS NOW BEING (75) ACRES, AND WILL BE SOLD ING FROM TEN (10) TO SEVENTY-FIVON THE ABOVE DATE, RAIN OR SHINE, ABSOLUTELY FOR THE HIGH F SUB-DIVIDE- D I I J E DOLLAR. THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST FARMS IN LINCOLN COUNTY, AND LYING AS IT DOES, IMMEDIATELY ADJOINING THE TWO TOWNS OF STANFORD AND ROWLAND, SHOULD MAKE IT ESPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE TO THAT WANTS A SMALL FARM NEAR A GROWING THE HOME-SEEKETOWN IN A GROWING COMMUNITY AND AMONG GOOD SURROUNDINGS AND GOOD NEIGHBORS. CERTAIN IT IS YOU WILL NOT HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY SUCH A FARM AT AUCTION AGAIN AND ON TERMS THAT ARE IN REACH OF ANY ONE. EACH TRACT WILL FRONT THE PIKE, AND PURCHASERS CAN SECURE AS LARGE OR AS SMALL FARM AS DESIRED. WE CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE LARGE BRICK DWELLING ON THIS PROPERTY, ALSO THE RUNNING STREAM BORDER-r- . ING THE EAST SIDE AND THE FIRST AND SECOND BOTTOM LANDS,-THAT ARE UNSURPASSED IN PRODUCTION. R I i Remember the date and hour of the sale; the very liberal terms we are offering and that your price will be our price for one day only C TO EVERYONE ATTENDING WE WILL SERVE FREE LUNCH ON THE PROPERTY , WHILE AN BRASS BAND FURNISHES POPULAR CONCERTS. SECURE PLATS AND INFORMATION AT THE OFFICE OF HUGHES & McCARTY, STANFORD, K't., PHONE No. 180. ALL-STA- R First National Auction C : Co, Heme Selling Agts. dice, SnitMeM, N. C. V : 'ii- - . seAf!-- 1 .'