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A' ij i Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, April 24, 1917 WITH THE CHURCHES. Presbytcrjan Churcli Mid week service, Wednesday evening nt 7:30. Lender, Mr. J, II. i'axton. Kid. J 0. Livingston will prench at the King's Mountain church next Sunday morning nnd night. The Methodist Prnvcr meeting will bo held nt 7 o'clock Wednesday night on account of the recital at 8. Prayer meeting nt the Christian cht'rch Wednesday evening nt 7 o'clock Instead of 7:30 on nccount of the recital. The members of the Nlchcnisvillc Ilnptist church in expressing their appreciation of their pastor's servico raised Hev. C. L. HlllThines' salary IN Tuesdays and Fridays DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER LATEST WAR NEWS NEIGHBORING COUNTIES, Again the British havo begun a Lexington will adopt Eastern time McCrcary county has n round doz'T ii 1'iJ.L jiia. period of Intensive fighting from tho en candidates for Jailer. at J o'clock April 30th. Mrs. Lucindn White, 78 years old, Hattie Holmes fell dead whilo en- legion of Lens southwar I to tho XV. died at her home in the west end of gaged in prayer In Louisville. Wood, nnd according to tho wno died at ti Iloylo county. Loudon War Offico, have Eighteen seniors of the Pnducah cessful at various points bcon sucKy., April D art CrabJPfTTlanl, University of Kentucky base ball in capturmittvif'OfMnilljQn county nntl ing important Gorman positions. In team defeated Centre College 3 to 1 high school have enlisted in the large family. Ho was ofn at Danville Saturday. loan bill addition, moro than 1,200 Germans Tho $7,000,000,000 cembw- - 1 l 8. and was the M. J. Farris, of Danville, has now awaits tho slgnnturcwar tho Pres were, made prisoners In the first day's of Mt flf eleven children of John fighting In the new offensive. Both swapped his Salt river farm to John Mri linker Willi, pioneer cltl- - were quiet. Mngoe for his stock of goods and ident. north nnd south of the Scnrpe River f Madison county. It u worthy W. C. Lewis, aged 70, a noted the British havo materially advanchome in Junction City. Very little was doing In the Senannu to uo regretted tlint torial race. Jay Harlan, the Iloylo breeder of trotting horses, Is dead nt ed at several points toward Doual. Mrs. Ann Dodson, who moved to rdcnth tho name of his Im- - county entry, did not honor the Two British hospital ships, tho Iloylo from Nelson county n short Frankfort. iamllv becomes extinct lo crowd with his presence and H Clny Will II. Parry, of Seattle, Wash., Donegal and Lanfranc, have been time since, fell from the Dix river ci narrtb that has been in Madl- vice chairman of the Federal Vico sent to the bottom without warning s two cancliff nnd wns instantly killed Knuirman, one or county from itt curliest history. didates, preferred dnrrard remain nt J, J. licthurum, of Somerset, pass- Commission, is dead in Washington by German submarines. Seventy-fiv- e to was educated In the nubile Frankfort to look nfter his Legisla persons, Including wounded men ed examination for ti commission as City after a protracted illness. Wis of this countv anil tit the nhl Gov. Stanley's auto wont over a nnd men of tho crews of the two vesMr. J. H. $200. second lieutennnt nnd is awaiting Hadlion Seminary. In carlv lfc ho tive business, nnd hencehimself. He Prayer meeting nt the Ilnptist orders from the war department. cliff back of tho mansion and crashed sels, nro believed to have perished in Held to Singagnd In farming. Later he became Mount had the his store much but church will begin nt 7 o'clock Ininto a telephone bole 100 feet below. the disasters. Of tho wounded all did not leave Charles Taylor, a dcinity sherili, ami Uivn the shcrifT shook hands with all who came his stead of 7:30 Wednesday evening; Tennessee, was n white mantofrom smashing the car. Fortunately nobody wore not British fifteen wcro Gortho held over Of Madison county. Hu discharged way. Asked If he was going to speak nccount of the recital at the opera grand jury for shooting at Police- was in It. man officers nnd soldiers, who wero tho duties of thnt Important olllce ef- during the present campaign, ho house. Otho Ritchie and Dan Elkin, Lex- on hoard the Lanfranc. Altogether men Thurmond nnd Alford In Danficiently nml honorably. ington boys, were held in $100 each there were 107 Germans on this vesOn Saturday morning at eight o'- ville. am ready at any time to be said: Ho was twice appointed postmnsor, gin a "I fir tearing down an American Hug. sel. The placing of Germans on hosspeaking campaign, hut I'll clock nil who ore interested in the Tho Building Committee of ltichmond bv President Cleveland, mst leave It to the others. I am wili- McCormnck's church nrc requested Mt. Vernon Fair Association Is of the The boys claimed that they were pital ships which do not carry tho work Holding that of Ike for eight years. In ng to be at the the churcli and clean the ing day and night getting things in "iust fooling." signs is one of tho characteristic they agree upon. to do thii Haitian, as in all other, hu was am li'cllni' what rieht about the rare yard The members of the Blue Grass methods of reprisal decided upon by all ship Fhnpc to start the good work of .faithful and pleased the patrons of and will try and take care of myself, Dental Society, in convention at Lex- the British Government because of Hustonville Preaaytcrlan Church-A- pril building the new amphitheatre. tllA ftfTt.. ington, adopted resolutions pledg- the unwnrned sinking 29th Services both morning boats I L Iln ivnit n kind fntlinr. nn nflVrtinn. whatever is done." for countv offices nnd evening. Ucv. Cary It. Blain will Mt. Vernon Signal.a rush to the Pu ing their services to tho President of mercy. Ono of tho of thesevictims latest The candidates There has been te" husband, a loyal friend and an were 'ley Pol- urench. Preparatory service on Sat- laski oil field during the past week for service In war. of submarines was not so marked. and had a busy Hght, progressive citizen, lie re- itics active gets a little hotter in urday morning nt 10:30. Let all of Some 25 or more oil men from all Robert Mcintosh, n The Lanfranc carried British as well nlways w ived all tho degrees of Masonry Garrard -- m parts of the country have gonctherc, from Breathitt, jumped from the top as German wounded. than elsewhere ai.il it is his fricndH come out to hear him. Apprenticeship to likely to reach the sizzling stage beEntered tm Hev. John Chnsterphersor., of attracted by oil conditions, and sev- tier of cells in the Frankfort pen to The Stars and Stripes was flung to Templar bodies, the concrete floor below two North Middletown, rWA ghts manifested ina the locnl interna fore the August primary is nulled oft. very excellent sermonspreached Chria. eral local companies have been form- ed injuries from which hennd sustain- the breeze from Eiffel Tower at ParwTWn y marked died. r at the is Sunday afternoon and saluted by ed to drill for oil. There arc several candidates for each t i,,. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick Camp, a twenty-on- e in in u. i progress of, as well as a belief olfice except sherilf. and it begin to tian church Sunday The members guns. At the same time of Saturday The Courier-Journr JWW usefulness or the order, lie look as if Mr A. K Walker, father and all who heard him speak In high sajs that George Dewey Croushorn, couple of German ancestry livingat the French tricolor and the Amerilined In tho ltichmond ccme- of our countyman, W. O Walker, is terms of his efforts nnd they wore aged 18, giving his home as Crab Huron, O., have named their twins can colors were unfurled together fiUi the beautiful service- of the walk-ove- r In that also deeply impressed witn him as a Orchard, enlisted in Uncle Sam's Woodrow Wilson nnd Thomas Mar- from the residence of Ambassador (he Templars forming n guard going to hau a man. Friday. Robert shall Camp, for the president and Sharp, in tho Avenue d'Eylau, from army in Louisville race. fa MY another has passed over In his first war proclamation issu- Sharp, of Jamestown, nnd Walter the American Embassy, from the city Steps to make the United States hall and from other municipal buildMR. SINGLETON ANNOUNCES IM ed by Gov Stanley Sunday he calls Goodman, of Howcnn, also enlisted. fcitt River, reminding us of np- army "dry" have been taken In Con- ings. Garland Singleton, who has filled upon the ministers of tho Common gress. Senator McKellar introduced hHffatc, bo it the ofllcc of school superintendent of wealth to announce from their pulAn appeal to the German peoplo 1 CHAUTAUQUA MAY to tho Army Bill to prevent Lincoln county with credit for sever- pits next Sunday the Imperative du good news to the readers a "rider"or gift of liquor to a United not to give in for the sake of a It will be FlrV the death of our Bro- - al terms, announces this issue for the ty or all hontuckians to produce as the sale mouthful of bread, but to "hold out date a "ttnir M1 Mend is a Positive loss to nomination ngaln Under his regime much foodstuffs as possible in order of the I. J. that thefixed of the Chau- States soldier. only a little longer," is printed in !j and that we has J Vunrnnr tit' AAltu l.ta pnmmnnitif Miss Mnrgaretv Woodrow Wilson, tho Norddeutche Alligcbeine Zcitung. the public schools of the county have that the provisioning of the allies of tauqua enjoy been ..v...........j f"""!"! MfafefWafi toMa devoted wife and greatly grown nnd improved and it is the United fatatcs may be carried are to Papersanother S"aon of good dauhgter of the President, will sing A commission have been signed, seal- nt a concert at the Mary Anderson Americans, which of distingu'hhed things. not strange that the people want him nut Elihu Root probed and delivered by tho Lincoln Theatre vre will revere his again nnd nftain at the head of the in Louisville tonight, The Kavenwood church, located Chntitatinun for a y program proceeds of which will go to the ably will nead, is to bo named bv the President Wilsrn scon to confer with rftNry und. imitate his vlitucs sin public school deportment Mr Sin- near Orlando, was dedicated last of its very best entertainers and the extend our gleton gives unstintedly of his time Sunday The Rev. Elliott, of LexingAmerican Red Cross Society. tho Russian provisional Government TrilJ4tna his family in their to the work he is elected to do nnd is ton, prenched the dedicatory sermon. Womnn's Club, which is back of the M sfMf M Tho special grand jury in the Cal- on wnys in which tho United States has already begun ever on the alert for something that Hev. J W. blasters began a week's movement, attraction. There is to ad- loway Circuit Court at Murray in- can be of assistance. grwt;MrtvwwPt, .. every pc puirurjo j.f jnn.vpiiute at large- will raise the standard of the schools revival services there on Monday. vertise tho this year's Chautauqua dicted five men, alleged leaders of a First call to the country for war reason why SoWELht This paper has heard of no opposi- This is the church building which has should be a success, as well as every mob that threatened the life of Cir- finances will be mrcle in the next --. 'oth- recofd'fnlre'L,y sent to tion to him and it looks as if he will been erertcd from the efforts of one cuit Judge C. II. Bush last January, few days when the banks will bo expect it ;th Tumuyw, have none, which is indeed a compli- person. Mrs. Hoy Ileazley. who has reason towill go thatthe will. The on the charge of contempt of court. asked to subscribe to the $2,000,000,-00proceeds to Woman's All of tho accused, except one, who Sir JoMih lFarewell ment to him. worked unselfishly for more than two Club, which was almost bankrupted of certificates of indebtedness, J amis IVJ is n dry goods clerk, are farmers. designed to meet the "financial needs ears to gain this much needed ad- by the court-hous- e fire, and it would WHliam ', Maj. Gen. W. J. Stone has issued pending the issuance of the $5,000,-000,0WONDERFUL STWPFI dition to that locality. Much interest be bad indeed for thnt organization iimlttce Ai JtoWt.R, in bonds and the receipt by LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS is now being shown in the movement. to hnve to put up money for the treat a manifesto to all Confederate Veterans in his command to attend tho Mt. Vernon Signal. the members will bring to us. This nuunnl reunion at Washington, D. C, the Government of its war taxes. rWMACH'AC1 Approximately 3,000 German resApply A rw Dropt Then Lift Corni they will have to do if the receipts t. "IPOINDIC "THE MESSIAH" AT DANVILLE will not pay the expenses of the at- in their gray uniform. He urged for idents of the United States are under Or C.lluir, Off With FinEert AOOITV great oratorio. "The traction. Help boost the Chautauqui their consideration the remarkably close surveillance because of their Handel's No Pain -low railroad rates and tho special activities in behalf of the German '"VY .Messiah" will be given in Danville. tho good women April 27th, by the Danville Choral and don't turn downyou to supply you hospitality which will be shown Ken- Government before America's entry when they come to No humbug! Any corn, whether Club under the direction tucky veterans. into the war, or because of of hard, soft or between the toe. will Gladys Shailer. Four soloists Miss with season tickets. sympathies. The Department of nn investigation of t'12 increase in loosen, right up nnd lift out, without been enraged. Miss Sara Porter, have ' mf' t;i. o? 13 Justice, of foodstuiis in iventucKy soit is said; cquld arrest every HORSE SHOW AT LANCASTER K'nces planned by Alt irnoy General wiiflt a 4V la particle of pain or sorene. many unucr suspicion witmn twenty-foprano; Miss Constlince Hour, contralThe annual h'orse show was held at fognn wh ) probably will call a meetw drug is colled freeione anil is to; Mr Kdvvins Smith, tenor; Mr hours. v This The ing of the Commnweath and counkin" one rfr Heavy artillery duels on the West it compound of ether dlscoereci ny a Omar Wilson, basso. The Inst three Lancaster Monday afternoon. number exhibited wns far below the ty attorneys rnd a conceited cam- - ern front indicate that the Allied arstomsfh u too'VUlu man. Cincinnati hold important positions in Cincinnawere "lien begun to inscMver vioint aps mies are about to resume their drive, 'ClnJuce hwilhMHt Ask at any drug store for a small ti as musicians, teachers and singers usual but some splendid ones Stan111 lVfcWMM4 fAfSH d lrlM which will cost in some of the lending churches Dan- on hand J. Cnrro( Bailey, of Row- jnd inugurato prosecutions under it they have not already done so. brittle of freexone, good stallion ford, in laws. karngH but a trifle, hut is sufllricut to rid ville has many important things on land showed his the nnti-truGerman counter blows were repulsed Peavine. to harness and made a John S. Haggerty, member of the by the British Saturday and further ;ecwin,.upiain(; action in enc'n feet of every corn or callus. her record. In the presentation of mmy morna most favorable impression with him State Farm Preparedness Committee, progress was reported east of Fam-nou- x ne 4ck. tour iPut R few drops directly upon any- "The Messiah." she will hold the dis. II. Burton drove his speedy announces that Henry Ford has deand southwest of Lens. Since der. aching corrr or callus in- tinction of the first performance of Bleucher, one of the best roadsters cided 1,000 tho ntly tho soreness disappears and this work in this section of the coun- in the country. Ilobcrt H. Fo show assist to release farmers employees to ago offensive was begun two weeks Michigan in carrying maftflt 33,000 German prisoners and rtly. th corn or callus will loosen try Not often does one have the op- ed the great Wiltondale to halter H. -jSntr.- -State-wid- e for 330 in portunity of . Jr1 '. 'w rn! (wru I. .T--iIommM wfHsVan be lifted oif with the fingers, The orotorio hearingbe itgiven thein citv L. Brown rode his fnncy sorrel stal- out production. plans men increased have guns larger than machine guns V? will be Tho crop been captured. will i the lion. .V eat out n .homs-TtA Berlin dispatch says that a DanIt .iiflds drugorfreezone doesn't shrivels Second Presbvterinn church, and the speedy Wils Rogers drove Two very taken back by Mr. Ford when thoir big farm work has been completed. calluses but IW corns stallion, Jncko Tell. ish physician has offered one million larW1 1 1 f lt(6i without even irritating the sur elegant new pipe organ used. Percherons, Brilliant D. nnd Hawk, ..a introduced kroner to tho Berlin municipal counCummins Senator Mil Ihii.i If nH kwby their owners. Mr. amendments to tho Espionage Bill cil with which to send nbout 10.000 shown nwiwinjr skiii were am irfiVBtiijr ENGINEER DROPPED DEAD fyi JlHit.thmkl No pain nt nil; no sore- - Jesse Traylor, who was, here Sat- Moore nnd Hay & Amon. The former prohibiting the use of grain in the Berlin children to Denmark. They ?: p or snwrung vwien applying u r urday, told the l. J. of the sudden also had on exhibition two good manufacture of alcohol during the would be kept in tho Northern king. jacks, Thomps S. and Buck Varnon. war and requiring food nnd clothing dom for tho duration of the war and If. vdur druggist don't death of Kd Tnlley, a n fOrntlM; IAlMwadich,.ii MffcirwaV-dsto be sold at reasonable prices. The six months thereafter. Tho offer was n fAi mi who used to run into StanM'ASM'natSM ' MHCMK 0rWT kditA iilAnftAktrt litii'i mm uiun it 'o-i 'S. 'l"u"" " Bwjjfnfciligtsrrg nnd who is rOX DUDDERAR'S BARN BURNS bill probably will not come before accepted. ford on the K. C f -- rampvir A big barn on tho McPherson the Senate again until the war army Paul N. Milukoff, the Russian ForI'aw'j well known here. Mr. Tally was in rcolnnni n :7 . eign Minister, savs that Russia needs Uholps to Pi&,s. , LANCASTER Itlr we atn the I, & N. wash room at Lexington place in the Bnld Hills, owned by J. measure is disposed of. "contaiet G: llnsclilnii visited In Cin- - when he expired without a moment's Fox Dudderar, burned about 8 o'Representative Johnson a member most from the United States money, my, men eJjTi3Mt, railroad stock and ammunition. Ruswarning. It is believed thnt heart clock Saturday night together with is to to eppear before the House auvuni- - fKHl by it 3hmi 3Msiriweek vmiting in trouble caused his demise His run its contents, consisting of about 30 Ai'lji to give his views on in- sia, he declares, has plenty of men (.trlainlv ,5mafeintl'"vith Unstln was KARIPW1 whisky nnd beer. but lacks adequate transportation relatives was between Cincinnati and Corbin barrels of com, 50 or 00 bales of creased taxes on ifnrvercMnihr'ssfrh stewach .' !UVVlllilLanLford. of Richmond. poliand Lexington and his hay, etc. Only a short while before It is reported that $1.75 per gallon facilities and I Hai.ritit'visJting Mr. and Mrs. H. P. and Cncinnatithe latter city. Deceased 100 barrels of corn had been remov- taxes on whisky is regarded as the tical situation ammunition. The to in Russia, according home was in ed from the barn and stored in an- - limit of the burden whiskv will car- the Foreign Minister, has improved was T2 years old and stood high in Mr,-p- u 'Mrs. Willinm Spelth. nf the estimation of tho company. other.Tho building was a compara- ry. It is thought that the limit on in- greatly and labor troubles are disapa vcck'sVvisit In Louisville, have tively now one and Mr. Dudderar's comes for taxation will be reduced to pearing. VMtll9Ui V A bitter indictment loss is between $1,'J()U nnd Sl.&tll). $1,500 and $2,000. wv WOMAN'S CLUB PROGRAM of German iMV-- returned. Vfiolilnson. Mr- - J. of Columbus. Representative Crowe's bill pro- brutality in the deportation of conThe Womnn's Club will meet in It is not known positively how the ufc MisliDttHyn ja.ls vitifil;kis, brother, Mr. G. D. Miss Burch's Studio. Wednesday, fire originated, but it is suspected viding for a tax on coal was killed in quered Belgians for forced labor, : . ."7"'-.-'- that from April 2fi German members N nnii nicrk. iw fffVJJg ve CMsnUr mi i.. U.M Kobinson, JjM Her. of Lnfollettc. earnestly at 3 P M. All be present are This it is the work of an incendiary the Kentucky Senate. Tho bill of written Brand behind thoAmerican '. Mr. GbarM Col Smith lines by Meriwether will bo fully investigated. No Representative Whitlock, ns requested to Ml PiW A' Tegn., ivi)foguet of his aunt, Mrs. there are important matters to come insurance was carried on cither the looking to tho voting of soldiers Minister to Belgium, was made pubyAiMid SMHreti iicise J, when out of the State, was declared lic by the Stato Department. It was msjraHitron, pi wMr. Ollia. TAiVullnce. of Raleigh. before the club. Civic Improvement building or its contents. out of order in the House, the Speak- stated that the department did not BVaaWi& J'1M Ji iMjV'.b is the topic for discussion and the OLD VIOLIN er ruling that it was not germane to dnre publish tho letter until Mr. d'friend, N. C . is vlmtiAJ relatives in and program is as follows: Report of TaMafSB&T nf kUrXufhlci section, near (.ancnsiu Committees. The Best Method of G. M. Ballard, who lives out on Ru- the subject for which the General Whitlock was safe on French soil. jbeen. the Cleaning nnd Beautifying the Com- ral Route No. 1, has n violin made in Assembly was called into extraordiTwo, possibly three of five, Ger-mn- n M. wifcVjiit mtdr cw frknuNi and s. it Charles munity, Mrs. destrovers thnt attempted a n a married Shelton Snufley. Co- 1710 which he prizes very higly. Ho nary session. A tax of $10 on each I operation and Public Sentiment n got it from n Jew some 40 years ago million pounds of tobneco sold in the raid upon Dover. Eng.. and British not telling Richardson "at 'Lexington. mim imimm.4Jm arid Mrs Z. T. HIce. of shipping there, were sunk by two vesNecessity, Mrs. Sam Hobinson. Holl and it hns been in his family since. State was imposed by the House. .them 1Mb K. ituiCBvaw jw to he and j Mr, havu been n of tho British patrol Friday sel united In rotherfTayorl..'jrlsitmg Mrs. Kico's Call When to Plant Your Favorite He thinks it is one the host instru. y Mlsv; tfiiTkl TTMisW-'li-fTg Davidson. ' uAe'Ttjmalnlnp wedlock' i. Tree. ments of the kind ho hns ever henrd FRANKFORT DEFEATS S. II. S. night, tho engagement lasting only at five minutes. The British losses were The High School met defeat LtcK and he re-- i at her hbu and the fact that he at one time reFrankfort Saturday afternoon, tho slight. Two Belgian relief steamers, A. P." Sloan's PIE SUPPEKEACJ'riSVILLr. turning to; fused $75 . There will beatiJetsjuripcr Friday SAFE MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN ho prizes it.for it, shows how highly high school team of that city, trim- Norvveigian steamer Kongsli nnd the . Is work on anu eopu "la it safe?" Is the first question to night, the 27th. klfck?Mionio Hnll ming them bv a score of 9 to 7. J. T Ringhorn. havo been sunk. The Kong an If nothlne krtedAwpmineil-- . Uqth at Frcaehersvilie. M1 'fin girls are bo considered when buying cough Cash made up the Embry eniried tons did riot kept tho "McrtltiwiiMffid medicine for children. Chamberlain's NEPHEWS OF J. N. SAUNDERS battery and John Stanford boys and sli Shipment0,000 army of wheat. from for the supplies of It U!Ua 'fevWttya ago, when' asked to bring soma nVa plc and the Cough Remedy hns long been n fav- Ving Charles H. McDowell and Miles they were supported by r.u innner tho Quartermaster's Depot In Jeffer- ttt.boys nrc lot ho Invited a npmUrrFfriends to his money nndmviteii 'UuyVYvprya plo of orite with mothers of young children Saunders McDowell, sons of tho late thou In at first. Joo Ballou at second. Earl sonvillo nmounted to $0,000,000 homo nnd tiicreJjtrfiluccd them to sight and help out n gaWcause. The ns It contains no opium or other nar- Judge Charles H. McDowell, of Dan- Spoonnmore at third, Stith Noe, during tho last two weeks. Under charming his yifo. Tho bn8e.Tia PVrpPflUlCflV orqeeeds nr to bo used fir tho bene- - cotic, and may bo given to a child as ville, enlisted in the navy at Wash: short-stoHenley Cnsh, left field. V, normal conditions this nmount would vnilniv tVAmnn nfijlv confidently as to nn adult. It is pleas- ington Saturday. The young men are rt 6f tiio popular. She Is a daiwhtcr, of Ernest Band. This LUirko's Lrecv-- Farmci' ant to take, too, which Is of groat 23 and 21 years old, and their moth- S. Holman, right field and Pat Tan- represent a year's shipments. X VVooibi, one pf tho most prominent naa an mo Is a new orgahiVAtten Und importance when n medicino must bo er is n sister of Hon. J. N. Saunders, ner, center field. The team wns not jtno young DECLARES RIG DIVIDEND it. given to young children. This remedy strong as Stanford High usually iamern.nnn itocK trauers.ot uarpru iioost the bunch. of this city. Botli are alumni of Cen- ns,, Tho Borcing Land and Mining , sends out. or the result mieht have pngueen nuraucr Mffity-- anuv,na is most effectual in relieving coughs, tre College nnd nrc fine fellows. been different. Tho boys have nn Company, a corporation with its 1toBociet In heetkuik Mr, Sloan ' colds and croup. Obtainable LOOKS' LIKE A WINN! complaint to maku of the Frankfort chief office at Stanford, nt the meetiyfcT too, well kniwlfkLiiwte..countv Clover JWin Pepplcs Is u cafVUato SPRING umpire and admit that they were ing of its Board of Directors Saturto mHKs comment HWK-- I r" 1 nominatldiftfor day ordered a stock dividend of 25 Spring Is looked upon by many as fairly and squarely defeated. a for tho Democratic county ttftiitf' fellow. Boimlar v9lk.U CLEANING UP DAYS AaMteOr 'e: Lincoln per cent paid to tho ande Tho Woman's tho most delightful season of tho 'auccMsful jtownV. oas- - vm.mkht prwtfct hat as tho comfellow who bents hn Thursday. Friday Club will spend yenr, but this cannot be said of tho DUNN tn MRS. KBOWtTiow jo try and ad now nt home Wlep u:rK,Jaey- will feet ' tta semination. John hu! ing to make Stanford nSaturday town rheumatic. Tho cold nnd damp wea- News of LUCYdeath of DEAD Lucy This will ntake $25,000, of $100,000.' Mrs. pany has capital stock tho ia' tk ItMbfeles'ecmt cleaner r over hero In pains which Dunn nt her home in Austin, Texas, Tho dividend will bo paid out of the nmi ther brings on rheumatic 444oUm4c friii4t'wH;re',Hj.iroa OirrrJ..WWo friends like to see Uit, nu iHaBJHvsK mo a portion by her relawould oftna nwnyTsho Waow aWad; HrMAjiUlllLu katiilnil VU IMCU nn U fi.l era HRiave their trash, rubbish, nro anything but pleasant. They can has been received hero of this coun- proceeds of a sale of mentioned of ji IHa A kt4 In UM the Company's land, Ifct k A T .AA kV) bo relieved, however, by applying tives. She was a nativo s ASt I 4M VlfltfmA wWnlw-MVIlllIUUf WHOU be v'th ;W lay-im- cm uiftiu tur ilin Chamberlain's Liniment. Obtainable ty, being a daughter of the late John the paper about a month ago. iiiu in tuiittiuitiiiv H,n.. ,.,-- ,v PU.BU- -. to haul awa 'UTi- - w -"Heln tho .rood The dii actors nt the mooting ratiL. Bollinger, who formorly practiced VJ everywhere. T INSOMNkV &&, NSTWATWN ..INJURES A ) thyir laudable effort law here. Her husband, J. Mack fied the transfer of tho lease it had Hi .''.iMjrireaVii ia. nearly aiwaya dltiru Wood, it being L busi- made with A. II -''K.J,L"...1.. MKLNI1 IWlUCni C -JlatiSUEB TUP VABkirtM .jm-L- . ..1 ill. 'l " .w vrtniiut, CUT SENATOR JAMES SENDS SEED Dunn, was engnged in tho drug lW"T,niiin FW IVM 1A MWAVnva inc sittfii (iu V .VVV in mind that some choico lots Senator Ollio James has tho thanks ness at this place at the time of thoir transfened to Bailey Creek Coal Co., ttio Wily. ,When they the etusri of ilMomnta. .fat a'.JMp jpttW V of Tennessee Tho lease embraces kHIMt With lwie meat. ana pfmi. QBniMKMey 4nstipation a will UjMold'ft nubile auction on Sat of this paper for a sack of garden marriage. about 1,000 acres of land. Tho oper'fhe VanDovecr prop seed which will bo distributed to upano wo oa of thaabeH PMHE tM iMaannuu matter which urday,-rv"-B- , pikes those who call. Tho sack Is not a LOUISVILLE EXCURSIONxNEXT ating company will commence de- lOtnerset and Cut-ouaSIAiila etaiV 4ff U absorbed into orty. Tabkti Mki&dMaalv altar-aun- Th6 L. & N. will run nn excursion volopmont at once. .eut into nlco building lots icrv lan?o ono and in order that thl aHaaa,nana- -i r you feel dull and aiiu Me u ywi oo aw, imkmhca to Louisville .may go around, or on rniw Mag with tho tiV andVW difoeu chanco-to-go- tthe above seed will bo given euchonly ono pack morning next from Stanford Sunday Rv request tho young Indies will at $1.75 for the round-tripperson. a age geeti aw sbbbjhpbb . Msjanaaar'BBi vbvbm ation of food. Thii date. Train lenves hero at (5 o'clock. give some numbers on Hawaiian inby ii'ce lj wneSoo "ail." lijTauickly relieved -- . - aK. Hcscrvcd seats Wednesday even- A special car will be attuched for struments nt tho conclusion of their MHaJBaBJal Ev ff..i.i "t. 33-- t program Wednesday evening. jlMkiial, $1.50 a year. ing, 3Sc; general admission 20c. 33-- 1 white people.. XaHVaaJt fltHaShK Tho! fahttM-wM- a ft t,V vv J.V. sWfffe t X'lllli tf-- T DAY AT LANCASTER tromi crowd attended Lancaster court Monlay, but business was ntfl pfhlnK In any line. Only a few cattle! were on the market, but they Wcro gobbled up in a short while. Good stuff went close to nlno cents, while for the less desirable 7 to 8c were the ruling prices The mulo market wan active, n number changing- hands at $100 to $250. Horses -2 Hav-rlnco- : nr-m- y. n 1 life-term- JktWI pWr.1 - f..i 27-3- J, five-da- - 0i 00 0 rVfZfK'v o- ur iclvfK-relltf:j'i'r- ls st .iWi r . ' "9Bf2 it '. . -- lli ,w, ?w.f"'MT 1 , m fw i"t well-know- er 1 kdl-ftf- "ufrMt ,dinWmfcir4,to'iwhO " '.i frk"RK3K r 4riiM V "W--W-"-Of- tr -- -- ' Rich-mon- uwaiu Lrfif thu-farm- t. p, share-holder- s. MM&-a4au- nouso-Kcepc- A tr W M ' ''" r-SF- L W I Kr . ' . ff vL VA. i ' ". mm a.. Vt.. -; ri.iil,l. "r?;it ''I -' r- - ' ' V"-'- - mtmix "v ' ' V 4 A (i X1 . Ssw ..VS ) . . XI w ...H.7 ?' T ri VI I jr" w r 4 iv The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, April 24, 1917 atrf 0 3 The Interior Journal l E. C. Walton and J. II. Wright Xnttrti l( MttTummunwri MM" G3Di i WoeSmafc 49LaT!557n a'im one dottak at 4K.( xwr wjk; sb s fitiwrt fia wtrflofmull( Slnnltri, mtlf Xy , Report of tho condition nf BANKING CO. ORCHARD doing business nt tho town of Crnb Orchard. County of Lincoln, Stntc of Kentucky, nt tho close of business on tho 10th day of April, 1017. CRAB $ 00,75(1.09 Loans and Discount. Overdraft, secured and 571 31 unsecured Stocks, Ilonds nnd other 1,051 12 Securities . 21,21052 Due from Ilnnks Cash on hand , 2,137.13 Ranking House, Furniture nnd Fixtures . ... 3,000.00 3,415.18 Other Real Estate Other Assets not included any of nbovo under 10.11 heads Keaourcra -- asr I V5. yV Xi-- iq&isaM''Bf7 ftftdU -- a- 2?WW A3l.5 M&&0L -- "if-' ak38ffliw irTi "i f rr ifej &BEWiJrwfJm v5 I J I You've often heard about that man who "(aid nothing and tawed wood." He didn't expect to taw a whole cord at once. He didn't expect to make a whole fortune at once. But he began with a little deposit in the bank and piled up a fortune almot before he knew it. Look at the men today who (aid nothing and "(awed wood" a few years ago. John D. Rockefeller was one of them. You can do the same. Deposit ject to check $7t,69S.(J0 h Time Deposit 13.M6.M No one enn olnerve the Rspubli- - Cashier's checks outstanding 3.50 S 1,1 11.71 cin Lender in the Lower Houe of Other Liabilities not inCongress either in action or nn recluded under nny of ported by the Record of the body ' 27,59 nbovc heads and not nt once come to the conclusion that Mr. Mnnn does not live up $101,200.90 Total to Ills name, but thnt on the contra- State of Kentucky, ry he is a very small potato and few Set Lincoln in n hill. His frequent assaults on County of We, the chief executive, the latchets of Skiles, W. E. Perkins nnd II G. nnd Cashier of whose shoes he is unworthy to unloose, show the character of tho crea- th' above named Hank, do solemnly ture he is, while thin remark made swear tothat the above statement is the best of our knowledge in Congress n few days ago removes true from the minds of even his few ad and belief. E. PERKINS, W. mirers any doubts as to the absolute II. G. SKILES. Cashier quality of his assimnity: "I do not before me Subscribed read the newspapers much and much this 21st daynnd sworn to 1917. My of April, what I do read I do not believe." Commission expires Feb. 20. 1918. In? the plntu of the wnr department, supported by the commnnder in chief of nil our nrmies nml nnvles. We tnkc nn npitnt nf tlin ntntid of T.rinilpv. of the 10th Kentucky district, he- (ntise nis opposition noes not nniouni htI reaon to ejuct better tlilr.irs of ConercMiin Field", who voted in committee Airninst the president's nrm.r im TM U nn tlmn fnr liair. spTitlincr or uselew division. We must h.'W to th world thnt the eountrv s thoroughly united now in its fight for Democracy nnd civilitation. Thn nrnaiitnnt lirvl In 111 InrOITI" pnratlvely lucid wny why tho selec tive droit is iirerernme 10 voitininry militnry cervice, citinir In support of it, tlie experience of the Urltish in rniMiiR nrmle. nml yet there nre conurewmon, who hended wooden Riven the question lime doulitle little or no thought, who nre oppov Liahllitiea Capital Stock paid in, in . .$ 15,000 00 cash . 1,026 00 .. . Surplus Fund Undivided Profit, 1ms expense and tmid 493.63 Total ? 101,200.011 i i ii v tM sub- - cl u aajrntTM'M'inKiWr' mt-- i fyA tut. I ' t t, t II 'r t tflK rH'il-lli-i ii ir jt'jJTJf I , "All the world loves a ivuyui AcuiLFitru luoti Ai t jj f, T H' f x .VlV.ir-p.llnc- .l in I t.f.J. I ( lit eif ' t A iK .IT.. Am. Cl UHrnn,! "1 cl ' ii tim.ii e ing hiirmncW titcatnli y JUdftul an J 'crtM pfiJ-fi- till llM m.krrfc pric-- ik. gtt.trit jro t nj iliKtrnmtnt. Tint li Fjr the nd ItGuausawaO Tori Ginzftifr. c. ' 'J. It y. i that I d fit"&ccy aarntaeet dnieJaUk lirNaTtnpacr wulM knowing man Inw.ti en sni.lMoor.ltr ilolhti. And fjnJimcnulljr, the rrritnt dajr itylft OcminJ miJc-to.i.- lr tkitrxt. Yeu cinnot tint young re tanatnttjet ft .,rr- - orJtr tlathtt. Rrjril Srtfc tlfrrt thr utmoit in all puic kooI cuttom maJc fir-meat flVllo, Hi anj )bactrJ If tho itrontcii iiuiuciioni liti liurJ tlK hiehcMC nool ItitKii that In the 'r l inaJcto Tiltotnl SntH le mueneti in yvuf doinrt rl ine prtunt ilir liihioni unlt youf rirmmti ate cut to Hue flint cl jour toJjr contour. fuir.nttt lnurj in th tiilonnf bgtincii. Rem.mbr $20 $25 ! The Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, - KENTUCKY REMEMBER! YOU CAN BUY Gasoline Per Gallon -- 27c at- President Wilson's address to the people of the country for every mnn to stand by and do his part in the present crisis will stir mnny to action. Wilson's strong nnd dispassion ate manner of presenting the matter reminds one of Lincoln s state papers before and during the Civil War. Every person owing allegiance to the united states who levies war s, against them, or adheres to their giving them aid nnd comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason. As defined by the Federal Statutes. MR. ALLEN ANNOUNCES E. Allen, of the Southern end of the county, announces this issue for Magistrate of the Waynesbu'-- i district. He addresses a card, which will appear in the next issue of this paper HAVE grass for one cow for the summer. Close in. E. M. Royalty, Stanford, corner Danville and J. T. Chadwick, Notary Public. car-loac. C. C. McClurc bought fn Whitley d of yearling county a half cnttle at 0 H. Fcltner and Roscoe Ilrew-e- r John nre dead and four others are bnd-l- y wounded ns a result of a fight on line. the Perry-LetchGerman torpedo boat destroyers fired 100 shells in the region or Calais, killing some civilinns and wounding twelve persons slightly. 'When you see a mnn cutting on his advertising, we cut down F. J. Wade, down on his credit-- " President Mercantile Trust Compa-nof New York. f Bk laHP tow pi uflgBHlfe McRoberts & Bailey Ladies' Pumps The season's most attractive offerings, in dull kid, patent leather and white canvas. y, MRS, CLAYTON'S LETTER Hus-tonvil- le street. 33-- 1 meet in Louisville, April 25th. Reduced rates of $3.50 round trip. G. Singleton, Superintendent, 33-- 1 rvrlinin,l WANTED Four ftcams, to plow or use to hemp drill, win pay i) a oay lor me. drill teams. Call Josh Jones. Stanford. 33-t- f K. E. A. & K. N. "E. AT LoulsUlIe, Ky. "I wn a nervoiu conjrreck, nnd In a went, dition when n friend asked mo to try Vinnl. I did so, nnd ns a result I linva fnlnrd in health nnd strength. I think medicine in tho world Vinol is tho t system for n ncnous, weak, ind for elderly people," Mrs. W. C. Louis tile, Ky. Vlnol, which contains lecf nnd cod liver peptones, iron nnd manganese glyccrophonhntc, nnd peptonnHs, to ocrcorac nil runis guaranteed condition. weak, devitalized down, The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. run-dow- n U-srun-dow- n To Run-Dow- Nervous Women W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky We Can Supply Your The Lincoln Pharmacy Until Further Notice Immediate Needs In Summer Materials 36-inc- CENT-A-WOR- D (Ad( kere an 1 eeai a worn eMTi luue, etih with order: no a lui than 28 eschlune.) ADS FOR SALE CO nice yearling steers. Paul Finch, Crab Orchard, Ky 31-Phone 13-FOIt SALE Lincoln Wonder, "SEED CORN." See, E. T. 32-t- f Pence, Jr.jStanford. AUTO SERVICE anywuere; day or night; reasonable prices. Call, phone 234. T. II. Eads. LOST A Rold watch at tho Nun- SHEEP CLIPPING Am prepared to clip your sheep. Call on me, one neley btock yards, or between Stan-mil- e from Rowland, on Preachers- - ford and Lancaster, Engraved J. B. J. ville pike, R. M. Ware, Stanford, R. Liberal reward to finder at this office. p F. D. No. 4. J. 3t 14-433-2t- p' FOUND A pair of white kid cloves. No. G. Owner can tret same bv calling at this office and paying for 33-- 1 this ad. FOR SALE Four fresh milk cows. Are good ones. For further information call or see P. L. Heck, 30-- lt Stanford. EXAMINATIONS" for Common school diplomas will be held in Stanford, May 11 nnd 12. G. Singleton, 33-Supt. h h 36-inc- Rep in Rose, Reseda, Copen Linene in Rose, Copen, Tan, seda 29c Re- Fishing 1 Is Fine! Large Stock of Fishing Tackle On Hand ! Sport Stripes Linene Sport Stripes, Yellow and Blue, 59c and 50c at h Pongee, Plain and Stripe 75c h Plain and White Poplins $1.25 h Extra Value Plain Taffeta $1.50 Crepe de chene in all colors. $1.75 and $2.00 Georgette Crepe, all colors.... $1.75 and $2.00 Children's Dresses, 2 to 6 years 29c and 59c Children's Dresses, 6 to 4 years 59c and 98c Children's Middies 59c to 98c Sport Skirts in Silk and Poplin, priced at $5.75 to $15.00 Worthmore Waists .$1 .00 This season's Low Shoes for Ladies $3.50 to $7.50 36-inc- h h 25c 39c MM I M JU ViaiaH 1 JiiiiiiiiH 36-inc- 36-inc- 36-inc- 36-inc- ' 1 Dutchess Trousers M The best made, why should you buy an-oth- er up-to-no- w Rods, Reels, Lines, Hooks and Sinkers Call and Inspect Our Line The Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Proprietor Telephone No. 2 Stanford, Kentucky Severance & brand, when these are better by test. Ifl We have received our Spring Oxfords for the men and ladies. Panama Hats, Silk Shirts, all new Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goods. ff at i. Son, Stanford ROBINSON'S . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, April 24, 1917 5 REPRESENTATIVE C. H. BAYS TALKS Kentucky Assemblyman Makes "Comt on Ovir, Get The Thrift Habit by opening at once a Savings Account with Sit My Corn Fall "I Put 3 Drops of ow Off!" Mr. .1. II. Pnxton wns in Richmond on legal business Mondny. Mrs. J. W. Acoy and Miss Lucilc Scott spent Mondny at Lancnstor. Mr. und Mrs. J. L. Tanner of Mc- The First National Bank It will pay you 3 per cent on Lart Night-l.'Watch- -" "Sec nil oti have to lo I to usn your two Hi ir mid lift thn corn ri lit on Tii it tho wnv tlrtn-lt' V,u Jimt put on nlwn " works nhoiit hmh I Tl'I n the corn nnt en ly rhrl.r it ioneim from tha tor, n lltMi' t ntlcrtln thn surround-- I in-- IIcmi pi I lie lvnt. Why. It's a. pleasuro to liavo corns and 'Geta-I- f at interest on same Saving lilce spending is a habit a habit that always brings wealth. Bank Opens 9 A. M. Bank Closes 3 P. M. "Tin .,c .v. AV n llnlek funeral Tlint Corn llnd With '(.eU-Hsen how 'let It' irl them off In ft ti'irn "nil mllh.'M tin- lea! pain. I can venr tlxtit shoes iliini'e nml walk a thfrtitrli I ni'MT liml conn." "(ieln-It- " miikcs the use of stives. liumlllnK lnnlajre, tnpe, iiliiftern ami other thinKS not tan only foolish, hut linneichB t thli wonderful dlaioviry. !ets-lt.- " for anv aoft or hnnl corn or callus. It In thn new, iiulck wnv, ntul It neter falls. You'll never hive to cut a rorn ncaln with knives or scissors, and run hancen of blood poison Try flets-It- " tonliiht '(Jets-It- " Is sold everywhere. Bo n bottle, or sent on receipt of prleo by liLawrcnctt ft Co. Chicago, 111. , V - Kinncy were In this city Sundny afternoon. It. J. Sandlin went up to Plncville this morning to look nfter n sale proposition. lmck from DanDexter Ilallou ville nnd will remain in Stanford and work on autos. Mr. George Miller Given, of Ilnulfoidsvillc, wns here today ming-linwith old frleniN. Rev. W. n. Kills, of Paris, is conducting a groat meeting at the Chris-tia- n church nt Williamsburg. Jennings) Mrs. Ben and little daughter, .Mary MarRaret Jonnlnfr-ar- e visiting relatives in Danville. Ted Brnckett arrived from Columbus, O., thU afternoon to isit his parent, Mr. and Mrs, A. P. Brackett Turner Canienter, wife and Kttl. daughter, of layette, were pupsU of his parents out on the tr Mrs. Annie Enirlcmnn. Mrs. Rot- -' tic Bush. Mrs. K. P. Woods nnd Miss' Sue Taylor Kngleman hnvc returned home nfter n sojourn at Mnrtinsvillo of several weeks. Another pretty little daughter arrived at tho homo of .Mr. anil Mrs. R. mnkir.g Newlnnd on Monday, three in all. Tho little lady hns been named Eliza Elkin Newlnnd. Miss Beatrice Bnuuhnnm. who will entertain Stanford people with sev eral rem lings is n member or tho International Lyceum Company, of Chicago nnd her work is highly en- M. 3:1-- 1 a Strong Statement. "HIS WORD IS HIS BOND," joynble. The little daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. James M. Pettus, died thnt night, lhe mother, who has measloj. is n very sick womnn Several of the Pettus children nre also down with the epidemic. pike. Early and daughter. Mr. James Mim Edna Early, of Keren, hav been itutsU of Dr. and Mrs. M. I). ' News. Mrs. Sallie II. Saufley. who has been with her children, Mrs. G. L. Penny and II. R. Saufley, returned BAUGHMAN, Cashier II. C to Knoxville Monday. J. S. HOCKER, President Mr. and Mrs. WiMi.111 Crnig PupC HAYS FOSTER, Ant. Cashier S. T. HARRIS, VicPreiident pies enme over from last W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. Bookkeeper week. Since coming Mrs. Pepplcs has developed n ense of measles. .Mrs. J. II. Robinson, who has been' with her daughter, Mrs. R. Lee Rup-lcfor several weeks, returned to Mrs. S. J. Kmbry. Sr., who has PERSONAL AND SOCIAL been ill for u week or more, is conSold in Stanford nnd recommend- her home nt Perryville Saturday. Messrs. Joe Hill, James Cooper, April 25 Woman's Club will valescing. ed as the world's best corn remedy Spalding Hill, Snm Kmbry and RusMarshall Boone, of Cincinnati, was by meet in Miss Hurch's Studio nt 3 P. The Lincoln Pharmacy and The sell Dillehay, of Danville, will be over here the past week to see a mighty M. for the recital Wednesday evening. Penny Drug Store. Please be in your scats nt the op- pretty girl. Mrs. John Lutes was operated on several Hill spent Miss Rachel era home Wednesday evening ly 8 in Danville Mondny by Dr. Jackson o'clock. The ushers will be instruct- days with her nunt, Mrs. Jennie E. I). Pennington is in Louisville for a growth on one of her eyes. She ed to scat no one during u number. Wolfe, in Danville. today. well and i.s getting along Mr. nnd Mrs, Lognn McCnll spent was nt Ilichmoond stood it Stewart Carson nicely. over from Sunday with his mother, Mrs. J. J. Sundny. Wesley Kmbry enme hns gone to Golds- Mr. John Frankfort nnd spent Sunday with McCnll nnd fnmily nt Mnretburg. Mrs. C. II. Cnrter, who has measles boro, N. C, Lutes to spend some time with Mr. and Ms. W. II. Brady were has been very ill. liomcfolks. His daughMm. W. C. Wilson, who Is teach- in Lexington for several days with Miss Kthel Wilson, of Crab Orch- his son, Charles Lutes. Lexington ter, Mrs. J. B. Fisher, of ing in Lexington, spent Saturday nnd their son, James Brady, who has ard, wns here Monday. him. been sick. Sunday with her huibnnd here. Miss Klla May Saunders has been accompanied Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Bruce went to V. S. Fish, who is in the govern- ill several days this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Ilayden, of Paris, Richmond Sunday to help her broHarry Carter is still tussling with ther, R. were the guests of her mother, Mrs. ment .vrvice, spent Sund.iy with the family enjoy l'crmelin Brown and other relatives. homcfolks here. Two of his chil Iren the measles. He has been very sick. a seven-poun- d E. Turley nnd caught out of bass he T. N. Aldridge made a business Iloth Mr. and Mrs. J F. Miller, are down with measles the County Attorney W. S. Burch is trip to Lebanon Saturday afternoon. Lake Reba Henryday before. , who live out on Rural Route No. I, Clay McKec, III, Master .Sirs. Ed Murphy is ytstinp relanrc ill. The former has been sick for back from Crab Orchard, where he has been under treatment of I)r W. tives nnd friends nt King's Moun- Miss Jnne Anne Mcheo, or some time. City, and Master Wallace An up from J Edmiston. He is greatly improved tain. L. Wearen Hughes was drew DuIIavcn, of Sunday with his mother in health. Memphis Jesse Traylor, superintendent of house guests of Miss Lexington, are Nancy Yeager Mrs. W. II Wohsham, of Corbin, engineers, was a caller at this ollice nnd brother, Mrs. Julia Hughes nnd Morgan Smith Baughman is cluing who hns been uith her parents, Mr Saturday. L. It. Hughes. McClure has been nnd .Mrs. J. F. Cover, in the Turners-vill- c Mrs. K. D. Pennington has been ill nicely in the Lexington hospital and Minn Margaret standing illnessi folsection, went to Iiuisvillo Sun- for several clays but is somewhnt says he is operation the npperdiciti' quite ill with the measles. Her grandlowing his for Mrs. N A. .McClure. of Crab day afternoon. better now. mother. better than his parents, who naturMr. J. M. Lovell, who has spent Miss Virginia Hoover, of Nicholas-villOrchard, is here with her. has been the guest of Miss ally have been very uneasy about Mrs. Carl King, of Cedar Creek, some time with Pulaski county him. is back with his son, Charles Clnra Peck. has been the guest of her sisters. Mr. John M. 0. II. Masters has been confined to tained anil Mrs. at a very Stone enter Mitres Lcona nnd Mary Wullin, of W. Lovell. The old gentler.nn will elegant dinSunday celebrate his S'Jth birthday on May his home for several days on account the telephone exchange here. ner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Mrs. Homer Carpenter and little 28th, is hale and hearty nnd is en- of tonsilitis. The guests were: Mr Mrs. I. A. Potter, of Goshen, wns Tarkington. daughter, Kleanor Tevis, of Lexing- joying life. and Mrs. Julian Tarkington. Mr ton, nre the guests of her parents. Mr J. K. Carson, who left the the guest of her sister, Mrs. Tinsley Charles Pendleton. Mrs. M. J. With-ers- . Dr. nnd Mrs. J. G. Carpenter. Fast Knii ID years ago and located Spoonamore. Miss Maud Stor.e nnd Mr. WalMrs George DeBorde has been Mr. nnd Mrs. H. It. Camnitz. Miss nt Poncn City, Okln., spent Sunday lace Withers. Cnmnitz. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnlter here with Mr. W. A. Carson, nnd suffering from acute indigestion for Edna Mr. F. L. Jerome, a member of the VnnArsdall have moved in the Push-I- n other realtives. He looks ns young as several days. National Auction - Co., of Mrs. It. C. White, of Crab Orchard, First apartments on Broadway. Dan- -' he did the dny he left nnd has every Smithfield, N. C, hn joined the appearance of having prospered in his has as her guest .Mrs. Lewis Bourne, Messrs. Sandlin here. I hey will conville Advocate. Miss Catherine Gregory, of the western home. Asked now he wns do- of Nicholasvilkr. E. T auction Miss Clnra Peck was called to duct the big on May sale of the place, College of Music, Cincinnati, is the ing financially, he answered: "I am 2nd. This Pence farm guest of her cousin, Miss Mary Bai- glad to say that I have no fears of Klizaville last week by the death of as stated elsewhere in this paper I her aunt, Mrs. Hillis. ley. She and Miss Bailey spent Satur- having to go to the small farms, which Messrs. J. C. Adams and W. B. has been cut into have done far better than I believe 1 day in Lexington. mentioned. Ilnughman. of Col- would hnve had I remnined in Cen- Turley, of Richmond, have been the wijl be sold on the date Miss Beatrice is the guest of Miss Nan-r- v tral Kentucky." He would not say guests of Mr. R. T. Bruce. umbus. 0.. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edgar Reynolds, of Kntherino McKinncy. Miss Baugh- - yes or no, when asked if it was true McKinncy. were the trnan will give several readings at tho that he had made a "barrel of mon of Mr. nnd Mrs. Cjcoro guests Sunday Reynolds. feclta1lVcdncsday evening. ey" on investments in Uklahomn Tha expectant mother should be Mrs. J. II. Wright suffered nn atMisses'Francca l invert, or t.ornin, lands, but his evasive answer made indigestion Monday af- promptly rendered every aid that Dorothy Baylies, of Snndusky, who us think that there is something in tack of acute il the report. Mr. Carson went to ternoon, but is much better today. make for less pain. Thousands of nre to kike part In the Spring say Mesdames W J. Montgomery, of women that "MOTHER'S Wednesday evening nre the Lexington Monday to meet one of help they guests of Miss Mary Moore ltaney. his sons, whom he had not seen for McKinney. nnd her sister, Mrs. Eliza FRIEND" Is the irreaUitsuffering at some time, but will return in n dny Ferrill. of Wnynesburg, were in the know about for relief of Miss Ila Newlnnd, chief in the the crisis. By its use, the muscles exchange here, is still at or so nnd finish out his visit to the citv Monday. John T. Jones hns gone to wort expand easier. Tension Is relieved. n Crob Orchard, where she went some scenes of his boyhood days. for the L. & N. He is nt present The breasts are kept in good condiweeks ngo to recupernte from n spell holding down the office at Sonorn, tion. Used by three Renditions. of ncurolgin. She is yet unable to State of Ohio. City of Toledo, Hardin county. All Drug Stores Supply I.ucaa County. as. return to her work. Miss Lissa Holtzclaw, who is teachl'rank J. Cheney makes oath that he Mr. nnd Mrs. W, L. McCarty, iMrs. High School, the Arm of Wallace Wnlter nnd Mike McCnrty Is senior& partner of buslnom In ths F. J. ing in the Richmond Cheney City CV, Joint: Get a bottlo without fail. Write spent Sundny with friends at King's of Toledo, County ami Stute aforesaid. spent Saturday nnd Sunday w'th her nre for illustrated book giving- table and sum of "HI pay ..Mountnin. They say that soldiers tun- nnt Hint n'd nrm DOLLARS thefor each mother, Mrs. Annie Biiley. guido to follow. It Is free. ONR IIUNDHUD still guarding King's Mountain MAY ISSUE of The Ladies' Home nnd 'very ciue nel nnd South Fork trestle. Thcra cured liy tholioofofCnlnrrli that cannot lw BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., HALL'S CATAIIKII Journal now on sale. The Penny nre eight militiamen nt the tunnel. MEDICINE N THANK J CHUNKY. 109 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. Drug Store. 33.1 Bailey Hill Ims joined the navy. Hworn to blfore me and subscribed In preence,thl lh diy of December, His father, J. H. Hill, took him to my D. 1SS6 A. V ClI.nABON. Lexington Saturday morning, where A Beal) I Notary Public. he passed his examination. He. will be Hall's Cat4rh Medlclnu Is tnken nnd lets through the Ulood on sent to Norfolk, Vn., for training. the Mucous fMrfacen of the System. Bend The young man's friends here regretted to see him leave Stanford, for trstlmonliV free. CO.. Toledo. O. V J. ?II.KY Bold by nil drihurUta, 75c. but his pariotism is greatly admired Hall's rnmlljrTnu tor constipation bv them. The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. Early. Charles Ber Sintrleton, of More-lanis nendfnit a few dnvs with on .lacksboro street. Smer-EC- t Ci.-iiigto- There Is 110 0110 more widely nnd favorably known throughout the maun-tnln- s COOD WOMAN GONE of Kentucky than tho Hon. O. II. Mrs. Mnry Lewis, wife of Mr. Ben Bays, Sr.. of llnrhoiirHVlllr, wlm repF. Lewis, died nt her home near resents the coimtle of Knox nnd Iliffhlnnd Saturday mornin? of measUon-erles and Klip. Besides the husband. Whitley In the lower house of tho AssrinMv of Kentucky. she leaves eight children to mourn While In Frnnhfort attending tho spehe loss of a model wife and godly mother. The remains were lain to cial pension of the loKNlaturo lie niado rest Monday, nfter funeral services by Mr J. C. McClary, in the burying ground of the Methodist church, nenr her late home. For many years Mrs Lewis had been a consistent member of the Baptist church of Pleasant Point and she was one of the very wirfiijyrji W best women of her community. Groaf sorrow is caused by her taking away, and unbounded sympathy goes out to the husbnnd and children in their irreparable loss. P MRS. SHANKS ENTERTAINS Mrs. W II. Shanks gave a picture show party on Monday evening in honor of the members of the Spring Recital. The picture was "Home," featuring Bessie Barriscale. After the show the guests retired to The Princess, where a delightful salad course was served. The guests were: Mrs. J. B. Perkins, Miss Lottie Carson, Miss Kate Davis Raney, Miss Ellen Ballou, Mrs. W. H. Shanks, Miss Mnry Moore Raney, Miss Beatrice Baughman, Miss Dorothy Haynes, Miss Catherine Gregory, Miss NanMcKinncy, Miss Calcy Katherine vert. n il - . .New-Yor- e, icin-live- s, poor-hous- THE BABY ENTERTAINS AT TEA HON. C. H. BAYS, SR. Miss Ellen Ballou entcrained the a statement relating how lie personally first of the week at tea in honor of the young ladies from the College of Investigated Tunlne. This Is what he Music at Cincinnati, who came to reported: "While I was campaigning In Whitthis city to participate in the Spring ley county n good friend of mine who Recitnl at the opcrn house Wednesda The table was beautifully decorated, had been troubled with a run down the centerpiece being lilacs. The system told 1110 thnt Tniilue had helped guests were: Misses Frances Cal- 1dm. I felt (he snme way, and when I vert, Dorothy Haynes, Beatrice told him so he that I try it. I Baughman, Katherine Gregory, Mary Moore Raney, of the College of Mu- took his advice. "After taking only two bottles my sic and Misses Mary Bailey and Nancy Katherine McKinncy, of this city. Improvement wns simply remarkable. I take a great deal of pleasure In recommending Titular?, ns I believe It to FISCAL COURT TO MEET Judge James P. Bailey has called be the best all around tonic and blood tho fiscal court to meet Wednesday purifier on the market." years Mr. Bays has For thirty-ninto take steps toward repairing the by fire been a prominent inlnUtcr In the damage done the court-hous- e some months ago. Most of the money Christian church. IIo Is sixty-nin- e due from the insurance companies years of age. He has lived in Knox hns been paid nnd its is tho intention county since he was three years old. of Judge Bailey to advertise for bids If you donlt feel right get Tanlae toon the work of making repairs. day. If your stomach is sour and you Report of the condition of feel bloated after eating and have that THE BANK OF MORELAND general tired out feeling, it is n sign, doing business at the town of More-lan- that nature needs help to get your sjs-teCounty of Lincoln, State of back In order. Kentucky, nt the close of business on the 10th day of April, 1917. Tanlae is sold exclusively in StanResource $32,355.87 ford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. Loans nnd Discounts Overdrafts, secured and Coleman, Proprietor. 501.02 unsecured TanUc can now be obtained in fol29,714.73 lowing Due from Banks neartjy cities: Morelar.d, Ab2.17G.79 Cash on hnnd raham Minks; Hustonville. Adams Checks nnd other cash 193.89 Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-buritems FurniBanking House, Joe Mc Williams; Middleburg, 3,000.00 ture and Fixtures 1,186.50 W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyno Other Real Estate e d, m g, MOTHER'S FRIEND Bros.; Brodhcad, John Robins; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, Liabilities J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W-Capital Stock paid in, in Ilorton. $15,000.00 cash .. . 1,800.00 Surplus Fund "BifT" Schaller, left fielder of the Undivided Profits, less ex771.07 San Francisco ball team, is enjoying-penses and taxes paid . rest after playing in 042 consccu- Deposits subject to check 51,557.13 Total ?C9,128.80 A. -- v Spring Recital Under Auspices ? $G9,128.S0 Total State of Kentucky, Set. County of Lincoln We. M. Lee Pines and Chas. A and Cashier Wilhoite, of the above named Hank, do swear that the above state ment is true to the best of our Knowledge and belief. M. LEE PIPES. VicePresident CHAS. A. WILHOIT, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 20th day of April, 1917. My Commission expires Jan. 28. 1918. Geo. w. Hunn. Notary ruuiic. Vice-Preside- THE OLD RELIBMS" rflflLINVZHdHHlQvAiYaTxl ly REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. Office Phone No. 5 Carter's Livery and Feed Stable " CLERK ALL RUN-DOW- N J. M. CASEY Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Cattle and Hogs Vaccinated Restored To Health By Vinol Mozart Club, McDowell Society and Bach Club Watch This Space Stanford Opera House Wednesday Evening, April 25, 8 o'clock Miss Mary Moore Raney Violin: Miss Frances Calvert We Announce a Masterly Exhibition of Pliclbyvllle, Ind. "I nm n clerk In a hotel and was all run down, no energy, n.v blood was poor nnd my face covered FARM LOANS Willi pimples. 1 got bo weak I had to put up nn awful light to keep at work. Over 3 Million Loaned Through Alter tnking many other remedies withThis Office out benefit, Viuol has restored my health Roy F. Hinn. nnd strength." For nil weak, nervous conditions, nothing cental Vinol, which INSURANCE of tho most successli a combination ful tonics known. Try It on our guar- BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE antee. Laxington, Ky. Tha Penny Drug Store, Stanford. Ky. Cheapstde & Short 5 Per Cent W. KING & SON Piano: Light Summer Millinery In Authentic Modes Tho comprehensive showing includes leghorns, mllnns, pnna- mus, bangkoks countless, ravishing nnd airy conceptions, 'trimmed daintily in summer garnitures of- flowers, wheat, etc. - Disc and Drag Harrows 1 and Soprano: Miss Catherine Gregory Reader and Saxaphone: Miss Beatrice Baughman corn planters, walking and riding cultivators at 2-hor- se "STYLE SHOP" Dr. W. H. HIGGINS Main Street . Pke'iOldSund Sunlord, Kenlucty Stanford, Ky. rr-- '- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, April 24, 1917 -i ' v" " I Commissioners' SA L E OF Splendid Building Lots AND t this year. V. It. Gnlnes bought of Kd Gooch n sow nnd cloven pigs for $75. H. F. Robinson bought of Charley Denn six- - mules, nt an average of $175.50. Lilburn Gooch sold to llrown & d hogs nt 13 Lnwson 40 1 Axworthy, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS P. II. Thompson bought of Jim Ulgsby n cow for $GG. Volga, 2:041-2- , will be bred to Lee :G8 1- 190-poun- 2 Nine Room Metal Roof House In obedience to n judgment of tho Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered nt the November term, 101G, in tho action of Mrs. Snllio Vnrnon, etc., ngainst Mr. Sallie Vnrnon's Truswill on tee, the undersigned Commissioner Saturday, May 5, 1917 to the highest and best bidder, the "VnnDevcer Property" in the southern Suburbs of Stanford. Lincoln county, Ky., in the following subdivisions: (1) Lot No. 9, of about 0 ncres, containing a frame metal roof dwelling, n barn and other outbuildings. (2) Lots 10 to 20, both inclusive, and will then be sold separately, then as a whole and the bid accepted which realizes the greater sum. These lot rnngc in size from about 2 to 3 acres. (3) Lots 1 to 8, both inclusive will then be sold separately and as a whole and .the bid accepted which realises the greater sum. These lots in size from about 1 2 to rangtf 7 acres. Lots 10 to 20 inclusive contain in the aggregate about 30 acres and lots 1 to 8 inclusive contain in the aggregate nbout 20 acres. Lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15 face Somerset street with frontage ranging from 135 to 180 feet and an average depth of over 000 feet. Lots 1G, 17, 18, 19, and 20 face on pike with frontage ranging " from 115 to 180 feet nnd an average depth of over COO feet. Lot 1 of about 7 ncres faces "Cut-Ofpike and reaches town branch and has a tenement house of three Cut-Offf" beginning at 10 a. m., on the premises, offer for sale nt public outcry Jim Ilreedlovc sold to Lewis Nnve a sow for $2(5 nnd four pigs for $0 25 n head. G. A. Swlnebrond, of Garrard, lm $100,000 for the entire purchase. sold in thq last week 18 mules at the cattle are to be shipped to Swift & Company, in New York, within the $1(10 to S18G. John M. Amon, of Garrard, bought next thirty days Paris Kontucklun. Monday of Chntles Dean n mare Former United State Senator J N. Camden is going to do his full mule for S225. Preachers-vill- e part in the crowing of food this yenr, J, II. Thompson, of the section, sold to J. T. Rigsby 40 at Spring Hill Farm, Woodford counshoats for $335. ty. He is putting in twenty-fiv- e ncres sold to J. II of potatoes nnd nn acre of onion sot, F. F. FiUpalrick Baughmnn 50 cattle averaging about and is plnnting n seed bed to obtain 1,100 pounds nt 9c. plants to set two ncres of winter cabT. V. Jones bought nt Lancaster bage. He expects to plant nt least vesterdnv three cows from H. E. ten acres of navy benns nnd probLa t hum for $50 a hend. ably some buckwheat. He will also George Spoonamore, of Garrard, grow a large crop of corn. bought of Joseph Reynold i pair of R. II. Crow, of- Lincoln county, mules for S44U. cannot supply the demand for his Mrs. Lucy It. Tompkins has sold fine Aberdeen Angus rnttle. He sold her farm of 130 acres in Scott coun- recently to Mr. E. T. Deshon.of Garty to Grovcr Shropshire nt $135. rard countv. n bull calf, J. Frank Smith' put GO pounds for $125. He nlso sold two bull each on 31 cattle he fed for J. C. calves to go nt weaning time, one Kubanks in 31 days. They wero fed calved February 10th, the othor on sllnup. to Mr. A. Dt Hrudshaw. March Jake Robinson, who lives on theJ of Lincoln comity nt $125 the head. Bovle nnd Lincoln line, sold the otlw Mr. Crow is now owner of one of day n wagon load of corn at S10 peri the finest herds of cattle in Kenbarrel. Most of the corn will be used tucky. His reputation is spronding to for seeding purposes. every State in this Union. Danville J. II. Thompson nnd J. T. Rigsbv Messenger. sold to the Garrard Milling Co., 100 barrels of corn delivered at their A CHILD'S TONGUE I mill in Itncaster nt $8. SHOWS IF LIVER OR Welch Rochester bought of John BOWELS ARE ACTIVE Skidmorc, on the Shelby City pike, a sow nnd nine shoats for $55. And If Cro, Feveriih, Sick, Diliout, Give he also bought of Rev. W. S. Grin-stea- d Fruit Laxative At a sow and six shoats for $45. Once - cent. T. W. Jones, the local stock denier bought of Isaac Hubbard 17 hogs nt 11 cents; from Yow-e- ll & Ends 82 mixed weight hogs nt from 11 to 13 cents a pound; from W. M. Myers 105 heavy hogs nt 13 cents n pound; from V. P, Io-ghogs nt 13 4 13 d cents nnd of George Tucker 31 cents. hogs nt 13 Mr. Henry S. Qaywood, of Hour-lio- n county, last week bought G50 head of fine entile, nvernging nround 1,400 pound each, for which he paid from $10.50 to $1S per hundred pounds, or nn nmount in eec of 100-pou1- -1 nn d 3-160-poun- - - iTTTBTfXTKyJTBMjl e0MA .- 'I H troHbla ? fc Jl I 2th pendicitis nnd other fatal nllmcnts result from Stomach Trouble. Thousands of Stomach Sufferers owe their complete recovery to Mnyr's Wonderful Remedy Unlike any other for Stomach Ailments. For sale by Tho Penny Drug Store nnd druggists everywhere. Will Gnunce sold to T. II. Ea.Is n nice Jersey row for $80. Great Hritian will receive the first proceeds, to nn amount ns yet undetermined, of the $5,000,000,000 bond Issue soon to be offered to the public. Charged with recruiting soldiers to engnge In armed hostilitv to the United States. John Schronk. n wealthy farmer of Waco, Tox wasi held under $10,000. J A.ii..,i..ir.... lirill SlllMlll - t . .DIIIUM1, r!... i 1,11(1,111 p Foreign Serretnry, nnd the Ilritish Hitfh Commission sent to confrr with American officials arrived Sunday nt 3 o'clock in Washington. AMcr a quarrel about' tr war with his mot!'cr-in-lnn nativ of i v, ml his wife, the e fVber' F. Herrv. pastor of a Congroirntional church in Hast Yonkers, N. Y., shot and killed lxth women, wounded his sister-in-laand then committed suicide. v. Cut-n:a- Onll Stones, Cnncer nnd Ulcers of the Stomnch nnd Intestines, Yellow Jaundice, Ap- Jl Ice Cream Freezers Refrigerators, Oil Stoves, Lawn Mowers; buy now before they go higher. -- Ir hi l ' r n, SEE- George H. Parris F-E-E-D-S i ti.:i.ir lVLs vc arc iicauqiuncrs lor ruKUNA llilvus I'URIrfAKAlKY FEEDS Mora Milk. PURINA MOLASSES HORSE FEED Mar. Vim. PURINA FATENAMOLASSES CATTLE FEED Mora Fat. PURINA PIG QllOW Greatest Hog Grower. These Ferdt are givinc the belt rritilw poaiible. Place your or. tier today. Sold only by Stock Pen Phone No. T. W. JONES 1 Retidenxe Phone No. 170 -- commissioner s Sale In obedience to a ludement of the Lincoln Circuit Court, rendored nt the Februnry term 1917. in the action of James and Caroline Go'orh' heirs ngninst James nnd Caroline Gooch's heirs, the undersigned Commissioner will on MONDAY, MAY 14th, 1917 Countv Court day. in frpnt of the court-hous- e door in Stanford, Kw, I Wheat Flour CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD! U. S. Government Tests Prove It. of E. W.Morricr, of Elizabeth. 111., a Poland China sow for $G3. And Sir. Amon also bought an Aberdeen heifer of J. D. ninckwell, of Fayette, Mo., for $32G. of Stanford, Lincoln county, Kentucky, bounded on the north by lar.d of Mcnefee and St. Asaph Brnnch, pike and W. P. cast by "Cut-Off- " Grimes; south by J. S. lWker and west by Somerset street Mat Myers; and containing nbjut 57 acres. The object of the sale is for a reinvestment of the proceeds. TERMS: The sabs will bo on a credit of six months. The purchasers will be required to execute bonds with good security, payable to the Lincoln Trust Company, bearing G per cent, interest from date of sale until paid, having the force and effect of judgments and secured by lien on the property sold. E. D. PENNINGTON. Matter Commisiioner Lincoln Circuit Court. Maps showing the location of the each lots may be seen at court-housof the Stanford banks and at law offices of P. M. McRoberts and J. B. Paxton. e, J. M. Amon, of Garrard, bought rooms. erset street nt Mcnefee and McKob-ert- s corner near old pond. Lots 7 nnd 8. face Somerspt street in front of P. M. McRoberts and contain about 2 acics each. A 40 foot street is to run from Menefee's corner on Somerset street to southwest corner of V. P. Grimes' lot; a 40 foot street is to run from this street between lots 7 and 8 on one side and 2 to G inclusive on the other to southeast corner of rio., 0 nnd from that point 30 fet wide to Somerset street; a 15 foot alley is to run in rear of lots 2 to 0 inclusive. The whole tract to be sold as above indicated is in the southern subuib3 1- -2 Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, and C are to fare a new 30 foot street leading to Som- Every mother realizes, after giving her children "California Syrup of Figs," that this is their ideal laxative, because they love its ).leaant ta-t- c nnd it thoroughly cleanses the tender little stomach, liver and bowels without griping. When cross, irritable, feverish or breath is bad. stomach sour, look at the tongue. Mother! If coated, give a teaspoonful of this harmless "fruit laxatfre," and in n few hours all the foul, cunstipatcd waste, sour bile and undigested food passes out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. When its little system is full of cold, throat sore, has stomach-achdiarrhoea, indigestion, colic remember, n good "inside rleansing" should always be the first treatment given. Millions of mothers keep "California Syrup of Figs" handy; they know teaspoonful today saves a sick, child a tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of Figs." which has directions for babies, children of all ages and grownups printed on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here, so don't be fooled. Get the genuine, made by "California Fitr Syrup Company " e, Energy 10 centt will I ARTICLES offer for sale at public outcry, to the , E(Et 385 highest and best bidder, (1 the trnct 'Href, sirloin 410 of land of which James Gooch died . 44S Mutton, leg . nosessfd. about three miles from, Milk 1030 McKinney, in Lincoln county, Ken-103S Pork, loin tucky, bounded on the north by the .. 1185 Clieete land of W. P. Carson; on tho east 13G5 Uutter nnd south, by Hustonville nnd Mt. 1189 MHRMI Breakfast Foo.l. Salem pike; on the west by the lands . Rice ... 2025 of Frnnk Coppage. containing 43 I 2950 Pbtntoet ncres, 1 rood and 11 poles. (2) The Beam, dried 3040 bBBBbSbIH trnct of land owned bv Caroline 6540 Wheat Flour .. Gooch nt time rW her death, about one and n hnlf miles from McKinney, (V S. Department of Agriculture Fnrmers Bulletin No. 112) in Lincoln countv, Ky., lnninded on the north by land of C. L. Piles: on ENERGY Muscle and Strength Giving the east ! Hustonville nnd McKinney short pike; on the south by the Qualities McKinney and Mnldleburg turnpike, 'ontaining 4 ncres and 7 poles. The object of the sales is for n settlement of the estates of James nnd Caroline Gooch n.nd a division of proceeds among their heirs. TERMS The sales will be mnde on a credit of six months. The purCASH for ACCOUNTS R. M. NEAVLAND chasers will be required to give bonds We get you h on Accounts, Notes, with good security, payable to ComClaims, by collecting quickly Headquarter for Beat missioner, bearing six per cent, interIn United States. Collection est from date until paid, having the guaranteed or no charges. : : : : ; FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE force nnd effect of judgments and seMAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY cured bv lien on the land. E. D. PENPhono IfiB and 45. Stanford. Ky. NINGTON. M. C. L. C.C. Somerset, Kr. ..... .. ' , - i J. H. Baughman & Co. nny-whe- re Small Farms At Auction L Wednesday, May 2, 1 0:30 A. M. m : 9 9 THE WELL KNOWN E. T. PENCE, (SR.) FARM, ONE MILE SOUTH- U EAST OF STANFORD, KY., BORDERING EITHER SIDE OF THE CUT-OFI INTO SIX TRACTS AS FOLLOWS: PIKE HAS BEEN No. 1 70 Acres. This tract has the marjnificient brick residence, that today A. F SUB-DIVIDE- D . Ty W,,r;i $ . ' ) Jf1 , cost Qetcer man po,uuu.uu 10 uuiia. ana an mis nrsc ciass DOtiom lanrxy aione wouia JH3f" w . VXftUa k unsiimasspd in nrnrhintinn. ' 4T r nrsrh. r No. 2 30 5 acres. All this tract in grass and a beautiful building site. "Vt&kJw !J& .f3? No. 3 16 5 acres. All in grass. Less than a mile from court house 'and is a dand; "N& J-.i3-- 4 'A' 3-1-- small farm. 6 12 No. 4 No. 5 8-1- 0 9-1- 0 couldn't lay better. No. 6 13 2-- 5 acres. All first class bottom land. . Each of these tracts has water and all face the pike. This is your chance of a life time 9 to get a small farm just outside the city limits. Go look these small'' farms over, pick out what you want and own your own place. Land is the safest investment in the world and is sure to increase in value all the time. There is no better land anywhere and the location is ideal just outside the city limits of Stanford, Kentucky, .and is close to Rowland, a fine shipping point for liye stock, etc. See the blue print of this Your price will be our price, and terms in the reach of every one. The man with moderate means will have as much chance as the wealthy. Kfif& sub-division. acres. All in grass and beautiful building site. acres. Large barn and dbuble crib. Splendid hemp and t frpWwrSk jr 7 ,r jsna . 3 i I f r f i ' A A Remember the date and hour of the sale; the very liberal terms we are offering and that your price will be our price ior one day only m u "H 9 TO EVERYONE ATTENDING WE WILL SERVE FREE LUNCH ON THE PROPERTY , WHILE AN BRASS BAND FURNISHES POPULAR CONCERT , SECURE PLATS AND INFORMATION AT THE OFFICE OF HUGHES & McCARTY, STANFORD, KY.,PHONE No. 180: ALL-STA- R First National Aucti y f K r. lAJ HoaeOfct, Selliri g Agts. 1 I - '' JMAW. i J. ' a