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No. 35 Stanford, Lincoln County, Keri'tucky, Tuesday, May I, 1917 THE COUNTRY OVER The wife of President Wilson is sewing for the Red Cross. Two men nnd fivo mules were in stantly killed whan lightning struck n barn nenr Mayfield Monday. A man, two women and n child arc dead as n result of an automobile accident nt a Big Four railroad crossing, six miles west of Indiannp-oil- s. DOINGS Dr. Jerry Wilson, father of Core Wilfon Stcwnrt, of moonlight school fnme, wns buried nt Morehcnd last week He had practiced medicine for IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES K. E. A. MEETING. Tho Kentucky Educational AssoK, M, Rousseau hns been agent for tho Southern Kxprcss Company nt ciation which closed last Snturdny,. wns well nttended by educators from Somerset, for 30 years. T. K. Hamilton, Jnmcs W. Hnmll-ta- all parts of tho state. Supt. J. A. I'.nm-iltoCnrnngay, of Danville City Schools, John Hamilton nnd Shelby brothers, arc all members of wns elected president of tho assocU the Richmond lodge of Mnsons nnd at Ion for next yenr. The locnl school hnd nn exhibit in nre officers erf It. In order to give their clerks n rest the Department of Homo Economics on the Sabbath, four of the five nnd won second prize, which is quite drug stores in Richmond, have en- nn honor, since they had to compcto tered Into nn ngrecment to remain with schools from all part of the State. closed on Sunday. The Committee on Athlcctic ConJames Banks, John Barbce and Moses Blakcman, nil of Danville, ditions In the State, of which Supt. were given n yenr nnd n day each in W. C. Wilson was a member, made tho Federal prison at Atlanta, on tho Its report in which, was suggested that n State High School Athletic chnrgc of bootlegging. T. F. Hnynes distillery nt Middles-bor- Association be formed. At the close burned, causing a loss of of the meeting of the High School this suggestion was $40,000, with only $8,000 insurance, Department n $7,000 policy having Just been accepted, and such nn nssoclntion composed of the schools canceled. The owner will rebuild nt was formed, of Lexington, Louisville, Owensboro, once. In the suit of J. G. Cecil vs. C. C. Henderson, Paducah, Hopkinsville, Bngby, etc., executors, the Boyle Cir- Morganficld, Cnrrollton, Somerset, ML Sterling, Stanford, and others. cuit Court rendered n verdict in High, of Mr. Cecil giving him $1,050. M. E. Ligon, of Lexington Hopper,was of Mr. Cecil alleged in the suit thnt his elected president; W. O. J. father, the late Granville Cecil, with- ML Sterling High, secretary-tout his consent, took two of his II. Way, of Carrollton High, reasurer. horses, sold one of them and the other wns burned. DR. O'BANNON FOR REPRESENTATIVE WOMAN'S CLUB LADIES BUSY Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, chairman of Tho members of the Woman's Club nre ns busy ns bees just now. the democratic county committee, a They have on their hands the Chau- physician of much prominence, a in whom tauqua, May 27 to 31, inclusive, nnd good citizen nnd n democratguile, anof the olllr.g of the streets. While they there is no semblance enndidncy for nre putting In every lick possible for nounces this issue his General Asthe Chautauqun, they realize that Representative in the cast his first it is urgent to have the streets oiled sembly. The doctor nnd n committee is ennvnssing the vote in 1870 when he lived in Miscounty in town for money with which to help souri, but moving to this under the pny for the oil and putting it on. 1883, he hns been voting Dr. people since. Tho city council will help pay this rooster with this to expense, but its members did not O'Bannon first movedpracticedKings his feel that the treasury wns sufficient- Mountain, where he ly well filled to do the work nlonc, profession for ten years, and from where hence the good women enme to the that place came to Stanford, knows He resided since. rescuo of the people generally nnd he has nearly every person in the soon the dust nuisnnce will be nbat-c- pretty Oil is nn nbsolutc necessity, as county, is liked by thenj all and the hns been conclusively proven, nnd news that he has decided to make it is nothing but right that those the race for Representative will be by his friends received who. get ndvnntage of it should pay in every with delight corner of the nook nnd for it.- - Therefore when the ladies county. "By Joe" will be n hnrd call on you to help finnnce tho laumntters dable move, do tho best you can for man to bent; itwho may not who is enter later them. Dust is objectionable irom in the race or every standpoint und it is quite ns unhealthy as it is disagreeable. For a fewjtjollnrs we enn rid ourselves AN UNFORTUNATE ACCIDENT of the' nuisance. Do you know of The horse driven by Mrs. Sophie n better investment? Zurbrugg and niece. Miss Bertha I'hlman. scared a the auto driven by C. O. HIGH SCHOOL ELECTS Mr. nnd Mrs. T. W. Jones on tho A ,i mi.ntinn. of thi ilireetors of Somerset pike near town Friday afftrnili.it nm! Hii-- h ternoon nnd ran away. The girl was ll... r'.il. tnnilnv. tho following teach thrown out of the vehicle nnd susers were elected- - for the -- ensuing tained n broken nnkle, which it is year: Prof. U. G. Hatfield, princi feared will render her n cripple. Mrs pal anil teacher ot nigli scnooi; Miss Zurbrugg very fortunately remained Ellen Moore, Stanford, teacher of in the spring wagon and only receiv7th nnd 8th grades; Miss Julia Phil- ed a sprained wrist nnd n very bad lips, of London, teacher of 5th and shake-up- . The two were cared for by rt.l, Mis. Jnhn Kvn Hilton. Dr. Southard nnd were Inter taken grades; Miss bv Mr. nnd Mrs. Jones to their homes. teacher of 3rd and 4th Mnrv Gray. Georgetown, primnry The horse was considered an unusu teacher. All of the teachers are re- ,, ally gentle one nnd hnd frequently elected except Miss Phillips, who suc-,..- gone uy IllUUS Wllliuui, piiuviiuk sii;iin Miis Phil. Miuu ltotti.. Mmlil. of fear. This time the animal seemed lips has been teaching in Georgia for to have gone wild. No blame whatseveral years. ever can be attached to Sir. Jones, who with his wife did everything posMRS. BLANKENSHIP'S LOSS. sible to alleviate the pains of the laMr, .Inhn T Hlnnkpnshin. who is dies and saw that they were landed herseif ill, was notified Saturday of safely at home. the sudden death ot ner oroiner. Miss Uhlman hns been brought to D. Hilton, at Rockford, Dr. E. J. Brown's sanitarium nnd is William Rockcastle county, of pneumonia. said to be getting along fine. Hn hhit been sick only a very short time nnd his death enme as n great MANGLED BY LIGHT ENGINE shock to Mrs. Rlnnkenship. He died Fred Ballard, aged about 35, was at the home of his sister, Mrs. Wil- run over and killed by n light engine liam McCollum. nnd the remains n short ways South of the bridge were taken to Bailey's Switch, Knox near Brodhead Friday night. His county, by Mr. J. T. Blankenship. limit. Hti. fpnrfiillv mnnplpd. He was fiiimlnv nml intprrpil. Deceased was seen late that night in an intoxicated 27 years old and unmnrried. condition and it is supposed tnat ne fell on the track. Blood on a light nnninn Wat illQPnVPrPll fin ltft nrriVlll MR. JORDAN BREAKS ARM. .T K. .Tnnlnn. tho clever and at Livingston nnd this caused an in Mn efficient mnnnger of the Cumberlnnd vestigation. John Ncvius, or the city, discovered the Telegraph & Telephone uo.s dusi-nes- s who is a flngman, freight was here, hnd the misfortune to body ns his North-boun- d right arm in two places pulling out of Brodhead enrly Snturbreak his Sunday afternoon. He was cranking dny morning. Ballard was n son of Homer C. Wrnv's enr, when the ac- Jack Ballard, for many years a resicident occurred. While Mr. Jordan dent of Brodhead. He left no family. is able to be out nnd look nfter his business affairs, he will have to car- J.WESLEY HUGHES ANNOUNCES ry his arm in n sling for mnny weeks. J. Wesley Hughes, nn excellent citHis mnny friends regret his stroke izen and a good democrat of the section, announces this issue of bnd luck. for the office of magistrate of tho WEDNESDAY BIG SALE Hustonville district, subject to tho The big sale of small farms by the action of the primary of Aug. 4th. First National Auction Co.. comes off Mr, Hughes reluctantly entered the Will! PRllfl V. Th E. T race, but his friends Insisted and Inmnrr-Apike now having gone into it, he proposes Pence, Sr plaeo on the Cut-of- f has been cut into small farms and to do all in his power to win the will be sold to the highest bidder. nomination. He has lots of friends Read about it on the 8th page of this and staunch supporters and that he paper nnd be sure nnd nttend. Free will make a good showing, no one who knows him veil will jjainsny. lunch anil goon music. n, n, o, fn-v- or d. rii-nn1 1 Established I860 TO THE from from being n enndidnte for County Attorney. However, only n few days ngo Mr, Hill, Sr nnnounced finnlly lie would not run for Sheriff nnd his son then announced for County Attorney. Mr Hurch nnd Mr. Hill both have 11 right to run, but I want the outers to understand under what circum-stance- s I entered this race. to I wish the voters furthermore understand that If I am elected I hnll oppose the acceptance of State Aid for pikes ns It is undoubtably too expensive for the amount of our revenue, and is also unfair to pikes In different sections of the county where by Inw the use of the State Aid is forbidden. The pikes just recently remodeled, cost ns I nm Informed, about three thousand dollars per. mile nnd in the construction if these roads there now remains a large deficit, which must be paid out of the road fupil this year, leaving only about $7,000 to be used for pike and dirt road purposes this year. This will not by any means even repair the pikes that are in dire fii'Cil at present of work and of necessity, in another year will be in o dreadful condition. I favor good roads nnd believe thnt they nro essential to the prosperity of our county, but I do oppose n system which will bankrupt our courty to build n few miles of pike nnd nt the Ksme time let the remninder of the pikes become impassable, I shall advocate before the Fiscal Court of our county the building of cood serviceable anil durable roads nil over the county ns far ns your reenue will permit, but I shall op pose exceeding the revenue lor nnv year ns our honest Court have held I shall advise fthould not be done. un equitable and fair distribution of tlie rontl lunu over ine enure cuun L am in favor of improving all of our dirt roads and paying for hands nnd teams ns liberal wage anil hiring the revenues of the county will permit. 1 have always voted for local option every time the ouestion has been submitted since I hae been a voter, and in regard to the violation of the locnl option laws. I shnll prosecute them nnd everv other violation of the law to the fullest extent without showing any favoritism I feel thnt my experience ns Commonwealth's Attorney for eleven years nnd Countv Judge for n period of two years of this countv hat qualified me for the position which I seek. During my term as Commonwealth s Attorney I was only absent three tlays durinir the entire period nnd this record should prove to you thnt I was faithful in the discharge of my duty nnd never shirked. I .hnll emlenvor to see each voter personally before the election and appeal to you to elect me to this of- flee DEMOCRATS OF LIN. SOME FISHERMEN ARE THESE. COLN COUNTYt boss Mike Penny is Stanford's Some three months ngo I announ- fishermnn. He caught a ced myself n candidate fur the office big mouth bass while fishing in tho of County Attorney. At the time I water works lake Saturday morning, did so I believed that Mr. Hurch. the which wns probably the prettiest present encumbent, would not bo n fish ever taken from that water It candidate to succeed hlnuclf; first, was on exhibition at 'I he Penny because ho lms held the office three Drug Store that morning nnd terms, nnd second, liecnuse of his HI nttrnct.nl almost in much attention health, ns it is n well known fact ns n " ""us wo u I have. Mr Penny that he has been physically unable cncoiuiUr 'd some difficulty in landfor nearly n year to attend to the ing the big list1, but he finnlly made duties of the office nnd another had it nnd wns well repnid for the energy to fill the position nt nn cxtrn ex- spent in doing so. pense to the County Mr. Bright Lands Good One. n I was reliably Informed nt the Cnshicr W. M. Bright, of the County Nntlonnl Bank, is some time of mv announcement that Mr. d T J Hill, Sr., father of T, J. Hill, Jr. fisherman himself. He landed n big mouth bass out of the would soon announce for Sherln nnd naturnlly have prevented, fiond on his place the other day, and thnt would n political standpoint, his son n good day for fishing, Lk-colfour-poun- yenrt Plans of the subcommittee of the House Ways and Means Committee drafting the War Revenue Bill include a tax of 2 n gnllw on straight Three persons were killed instantthe automobile in which they were riding was struck by a Pennsylvania railway passenger train nenr the outskirts of Mansfield, O. A group of Now York men have e purchnscd n tract of Kentucky oil land from the Pilot Knob In Powell county. The Oil Company consideration wns understood to be ly when 200-ncr- whisky. either. Frank Rout Gets Hit. B. Frnnk Uout, manager of the Stanford Water, Light & Ice Co., took a few moments from his duties the other day and cnught one fish pounds and nnother weighing 4 weighing n little more than five pounds. Yours, respectfully. J. S. OWSLEY. MARRIAGES well-know- n Gar-rar- d William Estcs, a county farmer, and Miss Odes-si- c Young, of Lancaster, were married last week. Edgar Sandlin nnd Miss Nola Vice surprised their many friends last Saturday afternoon bv repairing to the home of D. F. Wallace, where theyo were united In wedlock's holy bonds. The marriage of Miss Marguerite Camp to Mr. J. Hriscoe Harmon will take place nt the home of the bride s parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. C. Cnmp at Perryville this afternoon. The voung women will be attend-tintMisses Elizabeth Ilruce, Hallic Snmantha Ovie Powell, llurbtson. Cnrpenter. Lorn Parks, Gertrude Green und Katherine Camp. Mr. r. II. West will be the best man. The bridesmaids will be attired in the colors of the rainbow. s: . church Wednesday evening nt 7:30. Prayer meeting ni ine usual imur nt the Baptist church Wednesday night. Ii.al.,l..rinn fniirpn! Alld.WPPK ...... ..- , ntttuii 7:30 service Wednesday evening, nt Sub-jeClass 815. o'clock. Teacher's nt meeting: Our Work Abroad. Dr W. D. Welburn went to to attend district Conference. ti, ,l.,li,,,lna itli.rtml from the Meth odist church here nre Messrs. E. TV !.,.,,... Sr nml Frank I'. Mloonil- more.' Those, from tue Epworth League nre Smith KaiiKin nnu r.tiwm Welhurn. liiivi) rliiiri'hp Mt,i,ii..ai.nrn ar ranged to unite in n union revival revivalists, who rnd the have done such great worn in a number of Knntucky cities have been Invited to conduct the meetings in n neclaUy built taiiernncie to seai A SYMBOL OF HEALTH people. The meetings nre planof Ancient ned for August und will last six The Pythagorians food, practiced weeks. Greece nte simple temperance nnd purity. As n badge they used the five pointed star which S. H. S. MAKES GOOD SHOWING they regarded ns n symbol of health . Tlw. I,nv. mmnnalnir the local ..!. ...... .k.,t ... A red five pointed star appears on 'llllV hiiiii ..vii In TYinvllle Inst Frl-- each package of Chamberlain's Tab- day nnd took part in the meet held n lets, and still fulfils its undent iimlor tho auspices oi ieiuru fol- ns n symbol of health. If you They had entries in the Kin.vnnl lush. Joo nro troubled with indigestion, bili- 1. .,!.,.. ...,..ntii. pack- T. Embry; running high Jump. Stith ousness or constipation, get a drug- Noo: u uasn, Joe nauou, age of these tablets from your d gist. You will be surprised at the hurdles. Joe T. Embry; which they afford. Obquick relief dash, Joe T. Embry; running tainable everywhere. broad jumn, Stith Noo; shot put. ii..l,... fncli .Inn T. K.mhrv scored nil tho points by winning first in the RIDE WITH HARRY WEST. Harry West has bought a brand hurdle race and third in tho 100- new Ford touring car nnd Invites his yard dash. friends to rldo with him when they want good auto livery service Call "Chamberlain's Tablet Have Done Wonder For Me" him by phone when you want to go ttnvrn tiiwin n an (Ten r from ntnni anywhere. He will take you in a .It tmmili1n fnt ii tiumlior of voiira. hurry and bring you back tho same and although I have used a great way. numucr oi remeuies recommrnueu Phnmberluln's tit Itild nnmnliitnt. WIND DAMAGES WEST END. the first medlclno The wind of Monday afternoon Tnblets Is tinslllvn nml Insttncrthat has ridinf.11 did considerable damage in tho West irlvnii nin End of the county. A number of writes Mrs. Annu Kadln, Spenceport, trw and fences were blown down im. x. "(jnamueriain s inuieis nave and Squire W. M. Field's silo bn tho dono wonders for mo and I value T, Ju Carpenter furm was destroyed them very highly." Obtainable toethr with o lot of feed. Plans to send 1,000 American sur. If you want to catch the Big Ones, use our Tnngo, Bnby Crab or Tan- gcons abroad to work with the allied dem Spinners. The Penny Drug medical units were announced by the Medirnl Board of the National Store. Council of Defense. It is hoped to V have the men on the firing line in STICK TO YOUR PROMISE Some complaint is made by the three months. Thomns Matlack, 75 years old, vetWoman's Club ladles that there are conductor, died nt the those who signed nn ngrecment to eran railroad daughter, Mrs. Chnrles home of his tnke Chautauqun tickets nnd nre de- L. Carlisle, in Covington. He had clining to do so, giving vnrious ex- been a resident of that city for more cuses. This is not ns it should be. than CO years and was employed as Every good citizen wnnts to mal'e & N. railroad his word ns good ns his bond, nnd n conductor on the L. will do so in little ns well ns big for fifty yenrs. The of things. The signing of the enrds giv. nnd II. stableKnnppSchuyler L. Parsons K. nt Belmont Park, of the Chau- New York, en out nt the wind-uthe tauqun last yenr is a direct contract race horses were burned and died '28 quartered there in nnd those who signed them could be the flames. The fire is believed to mnde to take the tickets they agteed have been of incendiary origin. On to, but of course, the Indies do not April 7 six incendiary fires were nrnnosn to iro to court about such a dnm-ng- e matter The Woman's Club has ob set nt the park nnd $1,000,000 wns done. ligated itself to pay the Chautauqua Chnrged with desecrating the iii'iinln n certain amount and they American flag, Gustavc II. Gerlach, The Club is a nntive German, was arrested Mon will have to do so. bringing the attraction here as much day by Federal officers nt the plant fur vour pleasure and entertainment of the Louisville Cooperage CompaDon't let your ny, ns for Us memlscrs. is failure to make good your obligation held where he was employed, nnd of nt the jail, where "Prisoner L'et them in n hole, but on the corj ' is registered trnrv do im vim promised nnd begin War nwaiting advices opposite from Waih-ingto- n now to boost the Chnutnuqun. The big attraction Is just a month otr. ship. ns to the status of his citizen Tell your friends about it and make your arrangements to go from May MR. JONAS BROWN DEAD. 27 to 31, without missing a single atMr. Jonas Brown, an uncle of Dr. traction. E. J. Brown, of this city, died nt the Mollie THROWS CHILD OUT OF CAR. . home n of his daughter, Mrs. mine,! Ante!.-iLouisville, nnd wns A girl, between lfi nnd 17 years nt Maretburg. his old home. Sun-'aold, who nftenvnrd proved to be a afternoon. He wns 78 years old nnd Miaa ..... ...-- . .'lift, 1tnrr.,lt nf .lili'Wrifl PnillltV. Willi was an soldier Hi. nrresteil at Artemus, Knox county, wifi. ilii.il nmn vtnr ni'n. lint fiev. charge of killing eral children, including Mrs. last week on the lllinm her baby, about n month old. She Houk, of Mnretburg, nnd Mrs. An-tethe train nt Wildie, boarded and Douglas Brown, nn L. & county, with her baby in hot conductor, survive. He wns n fi. c arms, nnd when nassing through n old gentleman nnd his passing re.......! I.,.. ...... ,......- ...... Kinkp moves a 'Ulllll-nnd popular ct I'vin.tii li),tii. nml threw the little thing out of the car izen of Rockcastle Dr. Brown and window, the trncK wniser, wno nui- - his brother. W. II. Brown, wife nnd I .........II ... l.n n,,lt. .n slmrt vinv tin- ........ 1 wiiij IJ.'ll. son. Cecil Brown, of Lancaster, nt hind the train, found the it.fnnt and tended the burinl. nome nenrn.v, incu m taking it to n ......;int li I, nt Ha little it went ENTERTAINS FOR BROTHER out nnd nil was over with the unfor-tunnt- e Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Butler, of child. Olllcinls of Rockcntle dinner last county were notified nnd Miss Bar-...- .. Thursday entertained ofnt Mrs. Ilutler's in honor ....... fnllnu'i.,1 In Artpmus. und W. L. Dayton, South brought back to the county of her brother. Indiana, who wns of for n in Bend, me uocKcnsue gruiiu jmv short stay with his mother nnd other crime ...... ln o.r.,., ,. nt- Ml. Vcrnnn. nnd..uim. ..- ... M III, . III relatives there. Present to enjoy the she wns taken before it, and it is hospitality and elegant dinner were: sue wns understood that nt her trial Mr. W. given a term of three or four years nnd L. Dayton, South Bend. Ind., and Mrs Wm. Adams and Mr. Her extrem Reformatory. in the J. L. vouth saved her from n severer sen- Mrs.Dayton, Davton, of Somerset. Jns. U. of Ludlow, Mrs. J. W. tence. rocking, Miis Margery Cocking, Mrs. Sarah Dayton nnd Misses AgTHE CHURCHES WITH nes nnd Helen Dayton, Virginia nnd Hrni.,,1, tw.nt!tii' nt the Christian Cnrrollton Adams. p ,. Rorl--castl- e l, well-know- n lii-l- $7E.000. v.. ct Wil-mo- re The Lincoln Countv National Farm Loan Association will hold n meeting on Saturday. May 5th. 1917. at '2:00 o'clock, P. m., in the countv court room nt Stanford, Ky. All members nre requested to bo present in order to perfect the organization. Those who aire not members are invited to ioiif nt this meeting. W. II. SHANKS, President s. By Kelly J. Francis, Sec.-Tren- NOTICE1 .15-- Ham-Ramse- y GOOD PROPERTY AT AUCTION On the second page of this pnper will be found n jarire advertisement a,-0- of the sal" of the VnnDeveer property on Saturday next. This is valuable real estate and it is very likely that it will be sought ufter by n largo number of buyers. Read tho advertisement and get n blue print of the property. prcpu-ration- mis-sio- HHU-var- 440-vnr- T McClinton, Blandon Snrings, Ala., writes, "Our baby had whooping rough ns bnd as most ar.v baby could have it, I gave him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it soon got him McKINNEY HAS NEW MARSHAL 7im Smith hns boon chosen mar well." Obtninnblo everywhere. shal of tho town of Mckinney to succeed J. J. Durham, who lias WORK ON C..H. BEGUN. ...,.., I In thnt rnnncltv for several Contractor J. IL Powell begun the years. Police Judge C. W. Dunlap work of repairing the court-hous- e liaugn Monday and will nush it with all the nml U. A. Monday. were nere iiuhi He thinks that it is that place speed possible. possible to havo the circuit court RHEUMATISM room in readiness for the Mny term It ..nil nrn trnlllllpil with rhrOnle OT of circuit court. muscular rheumatism give Chamberlain's Liniment a trial. The relief MAKE ANOTHER SALE. Hughes & McCartv, tho hustling, from pain which it affords is nlono real estnte men, sold Monday to J. worth many times its cosL ObtainFox Duddcrar, tho Snra E. Carter able everywhere. Rowland. Tho nrlco is private but is said to havo been a very NO MORE SUNDAY Ti.n n X, r i.il1 good one, plnce WHOOPING COUGH s One of the most successful in use for this disease is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. S. W. IMPORTANT NOTICE READ I fi... .ilnnilnn nf tronsurcr nnd re ceiving of bids for deposit account for the Stanford Graded School will be received nt tho meeting of the board of trustees Wednesday eve ning. May 2nd, nt 7:au ociock ni u. L. Beazley's office. W, O. Walker. 35-- 1 chairman. WAYNESBURG'S THREE HOTELS Wnynesburg. with n population of 200 to 250, has three hotels and three good ones. They nro The War-rine- r, The Horton and The Caldwell Each is doing n good business and in-is filled almost every night. Tho oil terests there have greatly helped the hotel trade. LIBERTY I.j. MAN WILL BE ATwill have a The Interior Journal the bottom by a G and It is feared !, navnl Lieutenant ,Wm,fi gun crew ot M Hi MlfllWH)-- . evend disaster. Ti the crew of ww arekne to have been-wkL .Wtiibj re- turning to the from a trip to Europe lliirfcMiniii encoun- elind the tcrcd olr the cons submnrine which caveCMfver death staking wound. Scant details of-nre available and it Is net' known aWe to whether the Americans Weri. bring their guns into play or if tha vessel was torpedoed and sunk unwarned. In n powerful attack in the Champagne region the French' troops cap- turcd several fortified ' lines of trenches in the neighborhood of Mont Carnillet to a depth of 690 to 1,000 yards, according to tho War office report. stretch of territory The thre-mil- e to Gavrelle from is still the scene of great battlcs'for surpemacy between the British and the Germans. Another trench system a barrier to the forward march of Field Marshal Haig's forces toward Doual has been taken over a front of n mile in most sanguinary fighting. The new position Jies south of Oppy and runs almost to' the outskirts of Gnvrcllc. Berlin ha3 admitted the loss to the Canadians of and to other parts of Field Marshal Haig's army at Oppy and positions near Gavrelle and Roeux, which are characterized as "advanced positions." The German War Office adds, however, that except for Arleux all positions were regained nnd that the British suffered extraordinary heavy losses. Since the recommencement of tho offensive Saturday the number of prisoners taken by the British has materially increased, nearly 1,000 Germans hnving been sent to the prisoner cages back of the fighting lino up to Sunday evening. Both Senate and Hpusc voted approval of the Administration's proposal to raise n great war army on the principle of selective conscription, voting down by overwhelming majorities volunteer nrmy nmend-men- ts around which opponents of the Administration plan hnd centered their fight, nnd passing the Selective Draft Bill without material change in the more important written into it by tho army General Staff and approved bv the President. The vote in the House was 279 to 24 and in the Senate 81 to 8. Tho "British nnd French wnr missions rededicated their united efforts to democracy Sunday in ceremonies nt the tomb of George Washington nt Mount VerA wreath was placed on the non. tomb by Arthur James Balfour as a tribute from England, nnd Franco through former Premier Viviani nnd Marshal .TofTre nccorded to the rather of the Americnn Republic tho highest honor within the gift of France bv placing a bronze palm leaf on his finnl resting place. The expectation in Peking is that China within two weeks will declare war on Germany. Already a special Commission for International Affairs has advised the Government that China should tnke her place beside the United States and the Entente Allies ns nn antagonist of Germany, nnd Pnrlinment is soon to decide, finnlly tho question of China's participation. The bill being drawn by n subcommittee of the Ways and Mein3 Committee designed to raise $1,500,-000,00- 0 additional taxes per year for war purposes would lower the exemptions on incomes to $1,000 for single men nnd $2,000 for mnrried men. Increasod taxes on whisky, beer, cigars, cigarettes and tobneco nnd new taxes on automobiles, nmusements, soft drinks and various kinds of stamp taxes nre proposed. Opposition to fentures of the mens-ur- e Is nrising, it is stated. It is the hopo of France and tho dread of Germany that the United States flag will soon fly in tho trenches of France, nccording to a statement made by Marshal Joffre to American newspaper men. The soldiers of the two republics fighting shoulder to shoulder can hasten the end of the war, h declared. The Army Draft Bill, passed Saturday by both, houses of Congress, will come up today for reformation. It is possible final nction mny be by La Follctte and others in attempts to attach amendments. In tho first two months of unrestricted wnrfare the Germans destroyed 1,000,000 tons of shipping, nccording to n statement made before a Reichstag committee by Dr. Karl Heltferich. Kentucky has raised only 884 men of its quota of 4,578 in the nrmy. while Indiann has enlisted 2,712, of her quota of 5,400. The Gcrmnn casualties nt Arras nro placed nt 200,000 by tho Paris war report. oil An Amcm tanker Vacuu LTT3 Ujajt kEJ - ? Tfh ' 'V.i v. r !k . ,n 'Si Arleus-en-Gohcl- ". Arlcux-en-GohcI- pro-'isio- ed representative at Liberty next Mon-dafirst day of circuit court. If ,i,i liiivn nnv tiitstnpsK with this na- per, want to subscribo for the "cheap est ar.d best" or need onming oi uuy kind don't fail to see him. upon the The dumping of rubbish llnRiphtlv at.li. Id iinannltnrv. drainage, and and detrimental to tho l I will ..nt,tl.lfnj1 j . la (ii umvti.u lit. luvf , nml - .. - tirosecuto any ono caught at tho offense, An.l -- y, NOTICE STOP IT1 j. Li. jtictvr.H nt 35-- County Engineer iui'iti, DANVILLE BAND COMING Thi, nnnvllln ltniKH Itniul will fur day excursions to Cincinnati or elseJ. C. Everett, a Mnysvlllo grain where. Tho L. & N., however, will, nish music for tho Varnon Sale Satdealer, sold to tho Greenup Milling Knnllnnn thpm til tho Porkonolis OV- - urday, May 5th. Come and hear towiiMimn. it. cry Sunday during warm weather. Co., 250 bushels of wheat at ?3. rn EXCURSIONS no morn Hun- - THREE "SHINERS" Deputy Collector H. Rowan Sau-fle- y is back from Harlan countv, whero ho went with Deputy U. S. C. L. Winfrey, Morton Mnrshals Ford and Stanton II. Thorpe, in search of moonshiners. They were Whito successful In capturlng'threo Cox, his son, Granville Cox, and Cyrus Pollitt. They also arrested Millard Lee, wanted on tho chargo of bootlegging. Tho latter will face the additional charge of using threatening language toward nnd cursing President Wilson. Tho quartet was brought to Pineville whero thev were taken before Commissioner Inman, who held them over to Federal still was decourt. A good-size- d stroyed on the raid, which was full incidents to our of interesting CAUGHT h ...' fV, ' . ;j Page Two .... The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, May II 1, 1917 MMMt - f I- Commissioner's Sale Splendid Building Lots OF Plt5I3ff H. &W. Pure Prepared Paint "The Brand that Satisfies" IJHas been sold ten years. in your community for pa& jAsk your dealer for names of users. IThcn inspecl that projcrty and inquire of the owner. jJThat is the beit way to safeguard your intcresl. J That's AND Nine-Roo- m Metal-Roo- f House ) H. & W. besl advertisement. ON SALC OY IN STANFORD v. .- The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. WHERE HE RULES "Are you the head of the house?" "I wouldn't say thnt exactly, but I do the driving when the missus nnd I go out in the auto." Detroit Free Press. Attnrnn flnnnml Lmrntl hns rnllntl a conference of Commonwealth and County Attorneys at Frankfort May 11 til discus tilnnn fur Invnstfi-iiHm- and prosecuting violations of tho law by dealers in the necessaries of life. anti-trust IN OBEDIENCE TO A JUDGMENT OF THE LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT, RENDERED AT ITS NOVEMBER TERM, 1916, IN THE ACTION OF MRS. SALLIE VARNON, ETC., AGAINST MRS. SALLIE VARNON'S TRUSTEE, THE UNDERSIGNED COMMISSIONER WILL ON BEGINNING AT 10 A. M., ON THE PREMISES, OFFER FOR SALE AT PUBLIC OUTCRY TO THE HIGHEST AND BEST BIDDER, THE "VAN DEVEER PROPERTY" IN THE SOUTH-ERN Saturday, May 5, 1 9 1 7 SUBURBS OF STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KY., IN FOLLOWING SUB-DIVISIONS: While the crew of the Hritlsh steamship Kildnlc was in boats nfter the steamer hnd been torpedoed the submarine came to the surface and fired on the boats with n mounted gun nnd nlles, killing one man and wounding several. At the W. !'. Tnlbott sale In Hour-bn- n county sheep, with lambs thrown in, sold nt $1G.M); yearling steers at shouts $11.. $37; rows $10; 70; corn in crib $7.20. The United States will be called upon to finance the Allies to the extent of nt least $400,000,000 nnd The Interior Juurnal. $1.50 a vcar. ponsililv Sfi00.000.000 n month. ( ) Lot No. 9, of 1 9-ro- er outbuildings. (2) Lots 0 to 20, both inclusive, will then be sold separately, and then as a whole, and the bid accented which realizes the sreater sum. 1 hese acres. lots range in size from about 2 to 3 (3) Iots to 8, both inclusive will then be sold separately and as a whole and the bid accepted which realizes the greater, sum. These lots range 2 to 7 acres. in size from about Lots 0 to 20 inclusive, contain in the aggregate about 30 acres and lots to o inclusive, contain in the aggregate, about 20 acres. Lots, 10, II, 12, 13, 14, and 15, face Somerset street with frontage ranging from 135 to 180 feet Myers; west by Somerset Street and containing about 57 acres. and an average depth of over 600 feet. 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 face on "Cut-Off- " The object of the sale is for a reinvestment of Lots pike with frontage ranging from 45 to 80 feet the proceeds. TERMS: The sales will.be on a credit of six and an average depth of over 600 feet. 7 acres faces "Cut Off" pike and months. The purchasers will be required to exeLot , of about reaches town branch and has a tenement house of cute bonds with good security, payable to the Lin coln Trust Company, bearing 6 per cent interest three rooms. 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, are to face a new 30 foot rrom date of sale until paid, having the force and Lots e .i j street leading to Somerset street at Menefee and en ecu or judgments anai securea oy lien on trie property'sold. McRoberts corner near old pond. 1 -2 1 1 about 6 acres, containing a frame metal roof dwelling, a barn and oth- I I -- 1 1 Lots 7 and 8 face Somerset street in front of P. M. McRoberts and contain about 2 2 acres 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 and 6, inclusive, on the other, to southeast corner of No. 6 and from that point 30 feet wide to Somerset street; a 5 foot alley is to run in rear of lots 2 to 6 inclusive. The whole tract to be sold as above indicated is in southern suburbs of Stanford, Lincoln county, Kentucky, bounded on the north by land of Menefee and St. Asaph Branch; east by "Cut-Off- " pike and W. P. Grimes; south by J. S. Hocker and Mat 1 -- Mississippi Farm Lands For Sale Good Quality Terms Easy 1 1 1 A trip through different sections of tho State of Mississippi nrd an observation of agricultural conditions there has convinced me that it is the place nt the present time to iecure the best land values at the lowest prices from $5 to $C0 per acre, some of them near a city, with six trunk line railroads, nnd as large as Lexington, Kentucky, where lands nre selling nt $300 per acre by those seeking homes or investments in good funning lands. Helieving that it would be of mutunl advantage nnd profit to those seeking homes or investments in farming lands, at lower prices than nre possible in this section of Kentucky, where land values have advnncnd beyond the reach of the fanner of moderate means, I hae associated myself with several responsible gentlemen in the state of Mississippi nnd am in position to offer some ery nttractue propositions to those seeking investments of this character, on ensy terms, aided by tho "Federal Farm Ixmn Act " These lands, due to the short winter sonson, nnd long grazing periods nre especially adapted to stock raising nnd diversified farming; are well located as to churches, schools, shippin gpointa nnd markets; nre situated on improved highways and nre well watered, cither by streams or artesian wells. Almost every character nnd kind of crop thnt can be raised in Kentucky can be raised profitably in Mississippi. Cheap railroad rates for s can be obtained by those desiring to look tho situation over. I shall be pleased to give further information to nny one who is sufikientlv interested thnt will call to seo mo or write to me at Stanford. HARVEY HELM. home-seeker- ri. L iii E. D. PENNINGTON Master Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court Maps showing the location of the lots may be seen at Court House, each of the Stanford banks, and at law offices of P. M. McRoberts and J. B. Paxton The Kentucky automobile license YES! LIFT A CORN OFF WITHOUT PAIN law is constitutional, the Court of Appeals said in an opinion by Judge Hurt, affirming the Uoyle Circuit Cincinnati Authority Tells How To Court in the case of G. Murray Dry Up A Corn Or Callus So It Smith, who refused to register his Lifts Oft With Fingers automobile and secure a State license for the purpose of testing the You men and wom- law. Ho was found guilty, and fined en need suffer no longer. Wear the and appealed the case. shoes that nearly killed you before, says this Cincinnati authority, beAll previous high records in the cause a few drops of frcezono appliStates ed directly on a tender, aching corn history of the United earnings Steel and or callus, stops soreness ut once and Corporation, both as to in the first callus dividends, were surpassed boon the corn or hardened year. Earnloosens so it can bu lifted out, root jiuartcrly report for the ings reached the enormous total of and all, without pain. A small bottle of freezono cost $113,121,018, more than the corporation very little at uny drug store, but will some has earned in a whole year in instances. positively take off every hard or soft corn or callus. This should be tried, ns it is inexpensive ur.d is said not American staff officers oppose vigto irritate the surrounding skin. free-zon- orously any suggestion that u small e expeditionary your druggist hasn't any If force be sent to Eutell him tp get a small bottle rope for its moral effect. They wunt you from his wholesale drug time to have the army well trained for house. It is fine stuff and acts like u and adequately equipped so that when the time comes for sending charm every time. men their weight will be immediately felt. TEDDY USES THE PHONE Ernest Anderson, of Nicholasville, Hone that any of the 120 men en by letter tendered his services to Col. mine, Roosevelt for war against Germany. tombed il in C the Hastings KneAilml near A n nnP In. tints A few days later Teddy culled him 'Il over long dibtanco from Oyster Hay abandoned by rescue crews, when it caught mid hud u lengthy talk with him. He was found that the men were Informed Mr. Anderson that ho was behind n wall of fire which followed sure that he would be needed and to an explosion in the main workings of 'the mine. hold himself in readiness. corn-pesterJ ' fann.? milea. from Jckson. Capital d under cultivation, balance tenant houses, mostly fenced located in county that has recently voted bonds for pikes, which will be constructed very close to this tract. Trice $12.C0 per acre. No. 2. G21 acres. 3 miles from county seat of 0,000 inhabitants on a good gravel rood, large portion under cultivation, balance is imaiu.u lunu, wuiureu ny crceKs nnil ponds, nice dwclli ng iuiiiuti.-iii:iiuiiu mum-iuiiu numDcr oi tenant houses I $30.00 per acre. Ml No. 3 1C7C acres, two miles from Capital, 700 acres under cultivation, balance fine pasturage, running springs, large dwelling but Jf'tl1 StT?ck one-thir- ri0,ln 5Cn timber and pasture lands, ) THE FOLLOWING IS A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF TYPICAL TRACTS OF LAND FOR SALE. 10 A FEW ai.ii-Hui- No. 4. 123G acres. 8 miles from Capital, eight room residence, large barn. 10 tenant houses, plenty of water, well fenced, one-ha- lf mlo from grave road, undulating, all except CO acres under cultivation. Price $20.00 per acre. No 5. 1,000 acres on Q. & C Ry., 3 miles from shipping point, hnl'way b'tween ackson and V cksburg. two of tho largest cities in SUite. 400 acres under cultivation, balance pasture nnd timber Two manager's houses, and four tenant houses. Trice $20.00 oer acre. FOUR KILLED IN HOUR HERE'S PATRIOTISM Four children, whose parents live Some patriotic American with n at Salt Lick, near Owingsville, were foitune'in excess of $64,000,000 has killed within un hour Thursday. The paid his income tax six weeks in addaughter of Lacy In- vance, thereby losing $3,7G0 in interest, says a New York dispatch. gram, fell into boiling water, the son of Charles Swimm was The taxpayer's name is withheld in accordance with the law, but the fact diowned in Triplett creek; the daughter of John Jago was that he had handed a check for more buined to death in a brush fire and than $1300,000 to the collector of inthe son of George ternal revenue there, was made public Friday. Grayson was kicked by a horse. I , three-year-old nine-year-o- ld Ross Metal ln-de-str-uc-to Uo For the first time in the history of the Haltimore & Ohio railroad, a solid train of thirty-si- x cars is on its way East from the West loaded with onions. There has been a scarcity of onions in the Eastern markets and record prices are being paid. Ability to sit and "look an alien enemy in the face while hearing tho Star Spangled llannner and yet give him a fair trial was demanded of talesman in the trial in New York of Copt. Franz Hintelen.of the German navy. expectations. S.lago contains by far of food value, moro preservation, taste and color, naturally faruniform productive more in results. Tho .Most Permanent Silo because it Cant Bio w Down, Buckle, Twist or Collapse Ji proof. required to erect Cm? any timo' SpeclaMIMHL STR lie TOhht, ?', warranted nMetaI not to bo effected J fJ?.ilnQfi,iaB0 or is climatic "ndltions. Tho users nVt aro our references of tho durability of metal silos beenoTplete t0,,t,"ueJ "s without dePfecU ft lish in their Report No. 129 tho fact J?ub' they have been in use since 1903 and that same "re m good m whSn Those who desire to erect a Silo from tho nmnnnevinH 99 food value preservation should sco rao before 1d and amino my silo and silage. Sold by w!si.SvmfiiVi0 tho full,cst extcnt Get at The Source of Your "Skin Diseases" Don't bo misled by thto term, for tho appearance ot pimjlc3, bolls or rashes indicato something moro serious than a mere "breaking out" of the skin. Theso eruptions are, in reality, signals from nature that the blood is impoverished, debilitated and In need of help. Of courso you can sometimes drivo away tho infected places by applying a salvo or lotion, but unless you treat them through the medium of the blood, they wi I occur, again and again. S. S. . baa proves tU wonderful building and tonic properties in thou sands of cases arising from disorders of the blood. It washes tho poisons front the system and aids the blood in, its work of cleansing und invigorating tho body organs, throwing off waste, matter, and keeping tho body in a normal, healthy condition. Prove these facts for yourself by taking a bottle of S. S. 8. and write to our Medical Department for inforSwift mation about your case. Specific Co., SOI Swift Building, Atlanta, Ga. TrJ. Wir met.iinf0," nB Alto Agent for Rot Wood Silo, and Ro.t Silo FHUrs. J. O. Newland, Stanford, Ky. The I. J. is only $1.50 a year twice a week; $1 for oac a WMk iaiJs!r&fe'y-- , JA &- -' t t a tt tt. . '."i The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, May I, 1917 VI? Page Three REMEMBER! YOU CAN BUY Gasoline 27c Per Gallon -- AT HIS POST OF DUTY DANGERS REAL AND Our old friend, Hnrvcy Helm, Is FANCIED. nt his post of duty in Congress, Tho nvcrngai woman will MTMm wllh standing d with the Presi dent nnd looking nfter the interests terror nt tho sight of an innocent little of his constituents. Hnrvcy is never mouse, nnd then complacently sit down too busy to nttend to the business of and Buffer in silenco with diseases thnt nre destroying Ik r youth.hcr his constituents. Although in Con beauty, her viry life. gress for many years, ho has never Mio will uncomplainbecome puffed up with tho Men thnt ingly resign herself to he is the whole cheese, nnd the voters the wo and miseries of back home small potatoes with few femnlo troubles, which in n hill. He realizes that hfs time beare, to bo dreaded n t d longs to the people of his district times tuoro thnn ft that he Is the servant and not the tiny mouse. It is gratimnster. Thnt Is one of the reasons fying to know that unhe has retained his sent in Congress told nutnlwrs of wotnisi for so mnny years. Another is that nro bring rent oriil to perho nttends to business nnd never for fect vigor and strrnfdh gets the fart that the people sent by Dr. Pierce's Favorite him to Washington to represent Prescription. It Ixno-fitthem. Ho is unlike some roosters we uterine disorders. know, who nump vou full of hot air Tho rxnrt namo of tho you to go wlille candidates then tell discns.0 doesn't nmount to the dewl after the election. Danto n row of ville .Messenger. pins. If it is in ft hou-fun- Every Farmer Owes it to his country to plant every inch of ground he can possibly handle. All food products and feed products are bound tq be high next year and, besides doing a patriotic duty, he will also fatten his pocketbook. Let every inch of ground do something and raise all the meat products possible. Wherever you buy seed buy the best, as you will find that "CHEAP" seed is dear at any price. Let's all pull together for a bumper crop and show the balance of the country that Old Kentucky can grow as large and diversified crops as any state in the Union. H at- The Lincoln Pharmacy arc showing the saddle traits nicely. The nuto has put the light driving tent, but you don't have any trouble in selling n saddle horse. I um going to offer the services of this grent horse at the extremely low price of $1T to insure. I am giv-- I jig you for $10 what most men would charge from $25 to $40 for. Do you appreciate it? If so send your best mares to the court of Kentucky Gentleman and let him get you n nice colt. J. NEVIN CARTER, Stanford, Ky. Until Further Notice VOLTAIRE 55140 Farmer don't you think right now is the best time to rnlsc droit horses? The price wan never higher thiin now, and our supply of work horses Is nt the lowest point it has been for yenrs There nre not moro than half ns many brood mares in the county now as there were five years ngo. You can ieo thnt we aro facing a horse famine. Whnt are you going to do s nre about It? Autos and all right but you can't farm with them. You can't raise colts from your mule. It looks like the most thine to do sensible and business-lik- e is to rnic some good draft colts before your old brood mare are gone. I oiler for public service the chnm-tiio- n draft stallion. Voltaire. He has iroven liimscli to ue one 01 me nesi ircederx this countv has ever known. He will make the season at my place on the Danville pike, one mile from Stanford nt $15 to insure n living colt: season due when colt is foaled or mare parted with. Will not be responsible for accidents should nny occur. KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 51G7 Ily Chester Teavino 3184 by Rex Penvino 1790 by Rex McDonnld First dam Flora Carter 8419 by lied Squirrel 63 by Black Squirrel. I don't suppose there is a better bred horse in Kentucky than Kentucky Gentleman. He has been one of the most successful horses in the show ring that this county has produced in years. He is just the nht size for a saddle horse nnd his first colts which nre four years old now nuto-truck- TRAINING CAMP AT BEREA training A miniature militnry rnmp has been established at llorea College, according to President William Goodell Frost The 1,1100 students enrolled nt the institution nre taking n deep interest in the subject of militnry training. A number of them have enlisted and practically all of the others nre drilling on the rnmpus. F.ach of the five departments of the institution, including the college, normal, ncademy, vocational and foundation has its own company. In referring to Bcrcn's re lations to the country's preparation for war. President Frost states: "The students of Ueren College coming from all parts ofthe mountain regions of the South, represent the best fighting stock in America. They were with Jackson at New Orleans nnd fought in the Civil War. The mountaineers have many representatives in the navy." FACTIONS CLASH IN WHITLEY The Republican primary campaign in Whitley county is nlreadr nt a white heat, with the Finley and Snyder factions battling for supremacy. There are sixty-fiv- e candidates for the various offices, and every race has a big field of starters. Six are in the field for County Judge, E. G. Massingnle. John W. Prewitt, J. S. I.ny. A. J Silcox. John Lewallen nnd J. W. Powers, who arc wnking up the natives. The same is true in the contest for Sheriff, in which there nre also a half dozen entries, William Harp, Hurh Johnson, Henry M. Young, G. W. Pntrick, C. W. Uenfro nnd Sam W. Brummett. Nineteen Whitley county Republicans are after the nomination for Jailer. 32s3tlhe womanly organs, " 1 an irregularity or n weakness, nnd this medicine will art as a true tonic nnd help rcxt'irn the org ins to healthy action. It prepares tho girl to become a woman, the wife to become a mother, tho miilillo-airito pin the "turn of life" in safety. It is not a "cure-all-" butn medicine for women only, nnd is the inscription of Dr. Pierre, Buffalo. N. Y., the d in the treatment of disorders of women. Any readi r of this luusiill Dr. Picric free by mail. mi.r luay il world-famet vriptimi'' willlmiil it out and benefit it. It can be n drain, a pain, an inflammation, Pre- - Covington. Ky. "I had 'Favorite Prescription recommended to me. l.lud to overcome some conditions of nervousness andwnsrim down. When I began using ' Fu vnri to Prescription' I lacked ambition and strength. 1 used two JMittles and it proved a strengthening anil in every way beneficial medicine." Mils. Molub Khsyus, 133SJ Greenup St. ?,. Sired by Kentucky's Choice, he by My Own Kentucky, by Chester Dare by Black Squirrel 68. Lincoln 10, Choice's dam Trixie Quick 8855, was by E.igle Hird 1014, he by King Eagle. Lincoln Chief is n coming and expert horsemen say he is sure to be the coming champion. He will make the season nt my barn on the Hustonville nnd Danville pike four-year-o- ld LINCOLN CHIEF 6393 nt $10 to Insure a Living Foal. Those who have mares should sec this fellow before they breed. He has been a heavy winner since he was a colt nnd is better today thnn he ever was. Not responsible for acci- dents. Breeding to other stock or trading olf mare forfeits insurance. STEWART SANDIDCE, Ky. 30-tf. D FARMERS! See me at once for Fertilizers for Tobacco, Corn and Hemp E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford Sleepless nights, tired, dull days, Distressing urinorv disorders. Donn's Kidney Pills have been en dorsed by thousands. Are recommended here nt home. You have read Stanford proof. Rend now the Stanford sequel. Renewed testimony; tested by time. J. T. Bnrnett, carpenter, Lancaster St., Stanford, says: ".My work as a carpenter calls for heavy lifting at times. This weakened my kidneys nnd caused attacks of lumbago. I had n severe nche ncross the small of my back which often got so intense that I was unable to work. I used many kidney medicines but I must give the praise to Doan's Kidney Pills ns tho first remedy to give me lasting relief. Since using Donn's Kidney Pills I hno been in good health." (Statement given March 21, 1908.) On November 14. 191(5 Mr. Harnett said: "Doan's Kidney Pills have done mo a great amount of good. I recommend this medicine nt every opporunity " Price 50c, at nil dealers. Don't siniplv nsk for a kidney remedy get Uoan s hidncv Pills the snmo that Mr. Harnett has twice publicly Co., recommended Foster-Milbur- n Props., Buffalo, N. Y. LET HIM RESIGN In reply to a telegram from Ashland advising him thnt it is the wish of his constituents thnt he stand bv the President, Congressman W. J. Fields has replied that he will resign before ho will vote to conscript boys e Mrs. Clinton Bnstin, of Detroit, Mich., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bastin. Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Hall and Mrs. W. A. Arnold, of Winchester, have been the gcusts of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. P. Gregory. Mr. George Robinson, of Danville, was guest of Mr. J. L. West. Mr. Louis Tinder wns a recent visitor in Nicholasville and Lexington. Miss Annie Margaret Elkin has returned from n visit to Miss Althire Mattingly in Lebanon. Mr. Welch Fnrley, of Lexington, visited here last week. Dr. M. S. Hatfield and wife nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. E. P. Brown have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Hemphill nt Lexington. Mrs. Nellie Ballou nnd daughter, Lucile Ballou, of Stanford, hnve been DOUBT DISAPPEARS visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gaines. Misses Lucile Ramsey, Mary OwsNo One In Stanford Who Ha A Bad ley and Mary Delkamp visited Miss Back Should Ignore This DouDelkamp's brother in Lexington. ble Proof Mrs. Cornie Clay, of Richmond, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Does your back ever ache" Have you suspected yjur kidnejs? C. Walker. Misses Elizabeth Gibbs and Annie ! Mney Bnck.ichc is sometiives Burnside hnve returned from a visit ache. to Dallas and Houston, Texas. W'th it may come dizzv snells. LANCASTER "The Stars and Stripes Forever" TMif&aiufMunKi& VJiuniaviwr.mrMimvmMMMi WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Phones S. 335 & 336 Covington, Ky. 1 8-2- 0 Pike Street W. Seventh Street 1 9-2- 1 Five hundred or more Kentucky bankers in session nt Louisville expressed a willingness to lend money to Kentucky farmers who taiie more fond. Commissioner's Sale In obedience to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at tho February term 1917, in the action of James and Caroline Gooch's heirs against James nnd Caroline Gooch's heirs, the undersigned Commissioner will on MONDAY, MAY 14th, 1917 County Court day, in front of the court-hous- e door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry, to the highest and best bidder, (1) the tract of land of which James Gooch died possessed, about three miles from McKinney, in Lincoln county, Kentucky, bounded on the north by the land of W. P. Carson; on the enst and south, by Hustonville and Mt. Salem pike; on the west by the lands of Frank Coppage, containing 43 acres, 1 rood and 11 poles; (2) The tract of land owned by Caroline Gooch nt time of her death, about one nnd n half miles from McKinney, in Lincoln county, Ky., bounded on tho north by land of C. L. Piles: on the enst by Hustonville and McKinney short pike; on the south by the McKinney nnd Middleburg turnpike, containing 4 acres nnd 7 poles. The object of tho sales is for a settlement of the estates of Jnmes and' Caroline Gooch nnd a division of proceeds nmong their heirs. TERMS The sales will be made on a credit of six months. The purchasers will be required to give bonds with good becurity, payable to Commissioner, bearing six per cent, interest from date until paid, having the force and effect of judgments and secured bv lien on the land. E. D. PENM. C. L. C.C. Worth 55613 A sure 2:05 Pacer Trial 2:12 Trotter, chestnut stallion, foaled 1908. Bred by C. T. Worthington Danville, Kentucky. 3-- Allerton 5128 Record 2:09 4 Sire of 9 in 2:10, dams of 3 in 2:10. f Locanda 30312 Record 2:02 Sire of Ed Locanda Or(3) 2:12 phan Boy (3) 2:19 and Locanda's Daughter 2:24 etc. Champion race stallion of 1904-3-- 4, 14, 5. Jay Bird 5060 Sire of 144, dams of 95. Gussie W 'lies By Mrt i orino Boy 844. n Teat brood mare. under twenty-onthis time. years into war at THE UNIVERSAL CAR Ford Son ice for the owners of Fowl curs is n fact courteous, prompt, ellleient. Service which covers the entire country, almost as a blanket, to the end that Ford cars are kept in uso every day. Drive where you will, there's a Ford Agent nearby to look niter your Ford car. "The Universal Cnr" bring you universal service. Hotter buy yours y. Sheriff's Sale By irtue of excution No. 908 directed to me, which issued from the NINGTON. Clerk's Office of the Lincoln Circuit Court, in favor of Lottie Adams ugniiiFt Jesse Adams, I or one of ANY my Deputies, will on MONDAY, MAY 14, 1917 between tho hours of 10 o'clock, A. M. nnil M n'rlneW P M nfr Hin rnnrl. house door in Stanford, county of Lincoln, hy., expose to public sale to CHEST GOLD J Sire of 69 .lams oi viv Kathrina Dam of 5, including Katie Jackson 2:25 4 By Almont 33. Martindale 2:10 Indell 2:20 r Patchen Wilkes 3550 2:19 Hildreth2:2G Record 2:29 4 Sire of 08, dams of Joe Patchen 30239 37. Siro of Patchen Record 2:01 4 Joa Maid 2:08 Sire of Dan Patch Patchen 2:01 1 :o5, Star Patchen Josephine Young 2:04 4 and 4 others By Joe Young 2530. Tuah Worth. Vol 18.. in 2:10, dam of BedDam of 2. Record 2.19 2 ford Belle 2:0G Cambetta Wilkes 4659 Sire of 23 in 2:10, Lottie Loraine dams of 7 in 2:10. Record 2:05 4 . . fc Dam of Mary Worth Tuah Worth Lady Yeiser 2:17 Garrard Chief Bv 2:19 2253. Dam of 4 trotters, 7 pacers, 3 sires; grandam of 12. . by Vermont 101, (Gill's) 4th dam Jewell Dam of 2 in :30, 3 sires of 2(52. Orphan Boy 2:19 Locanda 30312, rec. 2:02, sire of Ed Locanda 2:12 His dam, Katrinn, also produced Locanda's Daughter 2:21 Martinsdale 2:19 Indell 2:22 nnd Hildreth Junero 2:10 produced The next dam, Katie Jackson, record 2:25 2:20 etc. Tho next dam, Fanny, Alcymont, siro of William Mac 2:05 (dam of Lord Sultan 2:10 also produced Nelly O'Ncil 2:22 Dutchess O'Neill 2:12 and Wilkes O'Neill Commutation 2:11 nnd 2 successful sires. 2:24 3-3-- 4, 2, 2, 1- -4 3-4. 4. 3-2. 3-2. 2. 3-- 4, 4. 3-- 4, 2, 2, 1. 3-- 1, 2, 4, 2, 4, 4, Alcyone 731 2:27 MA Y BRING Touring Car $3G0, Runabout $345, Coupelet $505 Town Car $595, Sedan $G15 all f. o. b. Detroit. t.kufiWilktllWe solicit your older Bronchitis or Tonsilitis The irritating, tickling cough affects the lung tissue and wears down nature's power to resist disease germs. J. A. VEATCH & CO. Rural Route No. 2 Harrodsburg, Ky. H. C. Anderson, Agent Stanford, Ky. Steele & Burton, Agents - .i Hustonville, Ky. bounded by tho lauds of R. L. Hub- k mi', j. w . i.ugnn, .hiss Aliuiu nnd Stone, nnd being tho same land conveyed to Jesse Adams by ileed of G. W. Withers nnd wife dated Muv 29, 1911 nnd recorded In Deed Book 38, page 39G of tho Lincoln County Clerk's Office, levied upon ns the property of Jesse Adams. TERMS: Salo will bo made on n ncnitit ..f fit.... ..iWl.a 1....! ...UU approved security required, bearing interest nt tho rate of six per cent, per nnnum from day of salo, nnd having tho force nnd effect of a sale bond, this 23 day of April 1917. J. G. WKATHKRFORD, n Sheriff of County, by F. A. WEATHER. FORD, Deputy Sheriff. ASIl-locLin-coi34-3F- a. It ill ihu Qtll i fifi ui t fl MvlllMWin the highest bidder, tho following property (or so much thereof ns may be necessary to satisfy tho amount of tho plaintiff's debt, Interest, nnd cost), to wit: A tract of land in Lincoln county rtltjl T illinnoinH Itlllt tfllllVllOVVl i! Irn lini SC0T1S EMULSION suppresses the cold, allays the inflammation, steadily removes the irritation and rebuilds the resistive power to prevent lung trouble. SCOTT'S has done more for bronchial troubles than any other one medicine. It contains no alcohol. " PURINA Chick Feed PURINA Scratch Feed PURINA Chower TRY IT! W. H. HIGGINS Main Street Stanford, Ky. X BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. Scott & Uowdc, DIooMOcid. N.J. 16-- '. . ,... .u.vUUhl Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: The Interior Joaraal E. C. Walton and J. M. Tuesday, May .1, 1917 :V Wright TntfrrJ al Iht potltfiot al SUnftri, Xf., as wronj mfl multir. rli A Prosperous Utnri a wrrk, pr Twit a wtrk, for a mnntbi .,,, Twite a wrtk. for 8 months Twit a wrrk, for 8 month! One a wrtk, either Issue, ntr nuoirril'lloiiB air rami ill Mii.wnrvIs iv mM' etr stops when tlm for which II ptld. Roth SubicrSption Rates y' $1.80 1.00 pa. It up Trr. 10 .40 The Union Suits In Which Everyone Can Be Suited Those Those Those Those who who who who are hard to fit are hard to please like fine quality seek real economy fflSlim people and MunsingO short people and stout, tall Community PROSPEROUS community is the reult of a great many people (n the location being pro,, peroiu. If every farmer and salaried man or woman would place in the Bank a part of their incomes, and if every wage earner would deposit a part of hit wage,, properity for this vicinity would be assured. No financial difficulties could come that would injure the local credit. The Bank ! trie, best place for money; becauie it is organized and equipped for the g of money. A The Interior Journal Is aathorlied to the fnllowlnc tsndldstes for offlte rob-V- tt to the Demotrstle primary the (rtt St-ardIn Anrnit, 1B17. (Annovntemrnt fee for esth county offlte Is $10; for dlitrltt of flte, 115; for tltr or mjlMrl1 offlts 15. No annmintrment will be made nntll fee Is paid In Political Announcements. adrsnte.) For Stale Senator JAY W. HARLAN H. CLAY KAUFFMAN J. R. MOUNT. For Sheriff J. II. LIVINGSTON. M. S. RAUOHMAN. safe-keepin- INTEREST PAID ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT For County Judge M. F. NORTn. T. A. RICE For County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY. W. S. nURCH W. B. HANSFORD T. J. HILL, JR. W. S. DRYE. W t AW A i I botli men and boys-milli- ons fff 111 have found complete satisfaction and underwear comfort in Mun-singwea- r. Fr RipriBnltlfi II. G. SKILES. For Jailer t " Nine million garments a year do not IJap supply the demand. DR. W. n. O'BANNON. The Lincoln County National Bank The Lincoln Trust Company Under same Management as Lincoln County National Bank "Corner Next to Court House" Stanford, Kentucky For For For For For I GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMER JOHN J. MOSER Assessor J. N. CASH JOHN C. PEPPLES. Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON. Magistrate 1st Dist. J. T. DUDDERAR Magistrate Hustonrille District SAM M .OWENS. J. WESLEY HUGHES Magistrate Waynesburg District E. ALLEN. W. A. CARSON. JOf particular interest for summer to men is the announce- Comfort See Window Display ment that the Munsing-wea- r line now includes loose-fittin- g athletic suits in an attractive variety of fine woven fabrics, accurately sized. SUMMER OPENING TRIMMED HATS IN DRESSY MODELS TUESDAY, MAY 8th Tailored Hats, White Milans, Hemps, Panamas and Georgettes. Low Prices on Graduating and Chautauqua Models x "STYLE SHOP" Dr. Price's OH Stand Stanford, Kentucky Don't Throw Away Your Worn Tires! You can get 5,000 to 10,000 miles more out CJ of the tires you have been throwing away. Half-sol- e Cf You your shoes, why not your tires? It is just as reasonable. So simple you could do it in your own garage but we will do it for you. CJ International Rubber Half-Sol- e Tires are made just like a tire, look like a tire and are guaranteed just the same but cost a great deal less. CJ Let us show you. When Robert Raikes started the first Sunday school at Gloucester, England, in 1780, he builded wiser than he could have known, for ever since the Sunday school has been a most potent factor for Rood everywhere it is observed. Indeed it is regarded as the nursery of the church, as from it so many, children grow to be worthy christian rnen nd women. It is a wonderful .institution for working n powerful influence upon the livesof all who embrace its opportunities to study the Bible and learn the way to eternal life. It is a pleasure to note that attendance upon these schools has been steadily crowing under the splendid work of the Kentucky Sunday School Association, in its make-up- , with each member striving to do the most good for the greatest number. For several years past this association has designated a special the one of last year drawing over a million people to the schools. Sunday Next Sunday, May 6th. has been named for this year's effort to increase attendance, when it is hoped that all records will be broken. There is nothing so conducive to strong christian character as systematic study of the Bible and there is no agency equal to the Sunday school for it. You who have never enjoyed Hc influence of a Sunday school should make it a point to attend next Sunday, when we are sure you will find an incentive to go again nna make up for what you have missed In addition to learning the depth and meaning of scripture you will see a host of consecrated men and women, who Sunday after Sunday devote their time and talents to the uplift of mankind, laying up for themselves treasures in Heaven, to be enjoyed forever in a land of pure delight. Many organizations have endorsed movement, the including the Court of Appeals, sign a manifesto of whose members approval, which appears in another part of this paper, and urge that May Cth may prove the beginning of ii new era in Sunday school work in Kentucky. Let everybody mnkc it a point to attend next Sunday. A cordial welcome awaits you and we nre sure it will prove the beginning of love for and consecrntion to the glorious work. The report of the U. S. Steel Corporation just issued shows n net profit for the first three months of this venr to be $133,121,018, the largest by far for a like period in its history. In addition to the usual dividend, is paid quarterly, which an extra three per cent, was declared. On the basis of this report the earnings wn the common stock is at the rato of President $72 per share of $100. Gary announced that the company would subscribe $5,000,000 to the government one year certificate indebtedness, pay now itp inrrme tax rf Jt, 000,000, not due until June 15th, and subscribe .,() (00 for thf Young Men's Christiun Association of the ixtmy and the navy. This has been a wonderful time for the accumulation of fortune by those in position to take advantage of it, but with the high cost of evorj thing necessary for life, it is proving n tugh c pi'fience for the poor How tome ri'opln stand up under the pressuie is marvelous. its friend. Congressman Helm, voted McRoberts & Bailey GENT'S FURNISHINGS STANFORD, KY. President Wilson makes it very plain that all of us can contribute to the triumph of democracy and the early conclusion of a victorious war with Germany by doing nil in our power to conserve and promote production. The man who puts forth his full energy to raise food for the army is just as necessary as those who bare their breasts to bullets and every man should do his part. Let there bo no slackers in this hour of the country's need. J. C Alcock, editor of the Jeffer-soniapublished nt Jcffersontown, Jefferson county, is a candidate for Representative from the 14th Legislative district, subject to the action of the democratic party, and his newspaper friends are all hoping that he will win with votes to spare. Mr. Alcock is excellently equipped for the office he seeks and will make his constituency a satisfactory Represen tative if given the opportunity. n. The well known tried and true preparation "MOTHER'S FRIEND" la prepared especially for expectant mothers. The muscles expand easier. The breasts aro kept In good condition. Mucn pain is avoided at the crisis. Used by threo generations. Apply it externally night and morning. At all drug stores. Oct a bottle today. Write for illustrated guide book giving full information about the proper care of the new baby. Do not fail to begin the use of "MOTHER'S FRIEND" at once. BRADFIELD REGULATOR COMPANY, 111 Lamar Bldg, Atlanta, fia. MOTHER'S FRIEND The ! J- - only $1.50 a year twice a week; $1 for once a week. Good sometimes comes out of evil. Awful as war is. it will hasten the much desired time when liquor and its manufacture will be put under the ban. All of the countries in more or less degree have adopted prohibition as a menas of conserving grain and reducing an evil. With hogs at $10.50 a hundred pounds they have gotten so far in the gentleman class that it will soon be a complienmt to refer to n man as a hog, instead of disgust, as formerly. CENT-A-WORD (Ads btre em 1 crei a worn tact luu, rsih iritb order: no id rtt than 2Se raeh Wtu.) ADS IB 'I 11 a i It Ijft Let the I. J. supply you with engraved cards. FOR SALE Sow and pigs. Good ones. Jes.e A Manning, Stanford. 3fif The St. FOR SALE OK RENT. Asaph Hotel. See Attorney T. J. Hill, Jr. FOR SALE 35-t- II; fits I i k $i ft A ' '8bbbYjrI sflB fWBBH B wM Id B a f L. Holtzclaw, trained nurse, offers her services to 'ho people of Stanford and vicini- Pence, Jr., Stanford. Mrs. J. NUKSE. "SEED CORN." Lincoln Wonder, See E. 32-t- T. f wfJFm, i 3 ty. 3G-- SCRAP IRON higher See mu nnd get prices before you sell. W. P. Iluchanau, Somerset street, Stan:inp ford. STRAYED from place, a sorrel, half Percheron marc. Hranded on right shoulder. Collins Moore, R. F D. No. 2. JM-t- IMVsymw 'Iff f International Rubber Sales Com'y J. B. WILLIAMS, Agent 4th St., Danville, Phone No. 742 The Interior Journal regrets that against President Wilson's selective service plan for building up an army, but believes that he did right as he saw right. Tho volunteer plan sounds mighty good, but these times are too parlous and uncertain to await the pleasure of those who would defend Uncle Sam in the present crisis. We need an army, u big one and nt once, and It strikes us that Mr. Wilson's plan was the only ono by which wo could get what is absolutely necessary. Kentucky Congressmen voted six to five for tho President's meas ure, and on the tinal passage of the bill all voted for it. good work WANTED Four teams, to plow or use to hemp drill, teams. will pay $u a day for the drill 33-t- f Call Josh Jones, Stanford. Good tobacco man: WANTED ground is broke and bed is sown. If interested see mo at once. C L. Carlp ter, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 5. I have r.O barrels of FOR SALE good white corn, for sale, so if you are in tho market, see me at onco. J. II. Thompson, Prenchersville. 3fitf IF you want your cemetery lot kept especially lawn mowed, notify me. I will charge $3 per lot to be paid October 1, 1017 or $2.50 in adp vance. J. S. Turpln, sexton. "FOR SALE OR TRADE Fine saddle nnd harness stallion; bind:; hands; fine stylo and nction. 2 10 Will sell right or trade for work stock or farm him to right party. Writo John J. Carter, Waynesburg. 31tf Nol. SALE Desirable FOR HOME homo in Crab Orchard. Six rooms with hall. Ono of tho best built houses in town. All necessary outbuildings. Fino well of water. Four acres of ground. Plenty of fruit. Address W. W. IJurgin, Crab Orchnrd or Stanford. 3-31-234-c- ot Dutchess Trousers J The best made, why should you buy another brand, when these are better by test. & We have received our Spring Oxfords for the men and ladies. J Panama Hats, Silk Shirts, all new. Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goods. ROBINSON'S wr&shjeia&iriii A&ittH-VV- l ". ILr'f"''T(Wtrf 5 The Interior Journal, Stanford, "KlfYli-Yii- ! Ktehtufek I "Tuesday, May I, 1917 MRS. SOPHIA KINDRICK ALCQRN Resolutions ndontcd by the Wo Page Five BROUGHT COLOR Get The Thrift Habit by opening at once a Savings Account with 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. The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. J. S. MOCKER, S. T. HAKKI3, H. C BAUGHMAN, C.hUr C. HAYS FOSTER, Asst. C.shi.r W. W. SAUNDERS, Ind. BookU.ep.r Pr.sident VlcPr.ild.nt PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Mny. 1 Mr. Shclton M. Snuflcy cntertoins nt 2:30. Mny 1 The C. V. II. M. will meet in the lecture room of the Christian church nt U:30 o'clock. l)r. nnl Mm. J. M. Casey hnvc taken rooms nt Mrs. Mnttic Nevius. Min Hlnlie McCIure. who has I ecu ill for some time, is imprv.in,t. Miss Johnnie Azliill, of Kichmond, spent several days with Miss Lottiu Cnrson. Mrs. Claud McBee, of Mt. Vernon wns the guest of her sister, Miss Pnt-ty- e Perkins. Phelps, of Richmond, Mix Sine hns been the ijuest of her nunt, Mrs. Hilly King nml bride, of brought John McKoberts over to the trnin Sundny evening. Clnud Rice Gnines. of Ijincnster, Iins been u guest in the home of his nunt, Mrs. Nellie Ilnllou. Mr. nnd Mrs. I.ucien Mntcher nre the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Tinslcy Spoonnmorc for n few ilnys. Mr, nml Mrs. Alfred Knds, of Crestwood, Shelby county, nre guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. I). Newlnnd. Mr. J. M. Knds, out on the Dan ville pike, hns been very ill with pneumonia, but is somewhnt better. Messrs. J. K. Klmore nnd W. F. Chnmp, of Ijtncnster, who nttended the Hankers' convention in Louis-villwere here Saturdny on their reH. C. Mocker. e. turn. Mrs. A. II. Bnugh nnd son Arthur returned to their home nt Huston-vill- e Mondny after n visit to her mother, Mrs. A. J. Simpson Monti-cell- o ville nike. Mrs. F. K. Tustison. Miss Prof, nnd Outlook. Winnie 1). Cain nnd Messrs. R. E. Mr. V. M. Dudilernr, of the of M. McDugall, Higgins section, wa." here Saturday Somerset, nnd C.registered were al me i. spend n few days with Asnph Hotel Sunday. on his way to his nephew, S. K. Dudderar, neitr Mrs. John Lutes, who wns operaGilbert's Creek. Danville several days ago, on Mrs. J. C. Jones, who has been nt ted now at Lexington taking is for the past several treatment,in and it is reported that she Winchester months with her daughter. Kmily, is getting along nicely. who is attending school in that city, Hart, Rufus and James Messrs enme home Saturday nnd is spending Picket, of Finchville, nnd Miss Hessie the week here with her husband, Picket, of Lexington, spent Sunday Hon. II. C. Jones. -- Pineville Sun. with their mother, who is the guest Mrs W. Mnson Morris writes from daughter, Mrs. William SeverMuf.l.ogee,.()kIn.. to Mrs A. ti. Price of her Mrs. Lounnna James ance. Kittie Hopper is in Louisville that her sister. Mrs. lloldnm. fell down n (light of Mens with her sons. Rev. W. II. nnd Joseph nt h- -r home nnd broke her V ouldei Hopper. She will witness the latter blr.de. The accident wns n very pain- graduate irom ine rrcsnyierian ful one but Mrs. Moldnm i doing as College, and there will be no hapni'elv ns could be cxpei d. great audience (5. Williams and pier woman in the Judge nnd Mrs. II. pres- than this good mother. non, Richard. Ill, nrrived to be Mencfee leaves on Judge John ent at the celebration of his mother s this afternoon's N. train for Louisville Mrs. Mnrv Williams, 71th birthday where lie will take the examination Mr. nnd Mrs. M. C. Willinms were neri'HHiirv for entrance into the unable to come on account of some army, this patriotic move is highly business mntters which commended by his many friends here importnnt Mr. Williams had to look after. Mt. who indulge the bono that if he has Vernon Signal. engage in real battle he will be Richard Cobb, Sr.. of Boyle coun- to return to them and the ty, was In town Wednesday on busi- spaied ntto home, who so reluctantly folks ness, nnd visiting his son, Richard give him up. Cobb, Jr., nnd bride, who nre making their home with the bride's mother. Mrs. J. S. White, near town Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cobb, Jr the bride and AFTER GRIPPE groom of last week, were honor a dining given by Mrs. Vinol Bertorcd lir. Martin's Strength guests nt James W. Caperton Wednesday evWnpakonctn, Ohio. "I nm a farmer ening. Richmond Register. "Bud," as his by occupation, and the Grippe left mo M. 0. Reynolds, friends know him, writes to have his with n bud cough and In a nervous, weuir, condition, nnd 1 could not I. J. changed from St. Johns, Kansas, to do me any to Fowler, that Stnte. He says in his seem to get un thing which built megood up, 1 lm letter that he is well pleased with He until my took Vinol, nervousness aro all cough and and new arm inn in Western Kansn. gone, and 1 cuu trulv wy Vinol la all nnd his family nro on n for it.1' James Maiitix. rnnch, with alfalfa, the principal iliut is claimedconstitutional remedy for a crop. Mr. Reynolds writes that his 11Vinol is nervous und condiweak, wife and girls are down with measwomen and children, and les, which shows that that epidemic tions of men, coughs, colds und bronchitis. is troubling people of other sections for chronic The Penny Drug Stor. Stanford. Ky. than this. X-rih-li- le run-dowlOO-aer- u run-dow- II. T. Goggin, of Pulaski, Is here with J. II. (ioggin. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Walls have a new son at their home. Mrs. S. M. Saufley spent Saturday at Richmond with her husband. Mr. William Boswcll was the guest of Mr. William Severance nnd fnm-il- y Sunday. Master Allen Goode, the little sor. of Mr. nnd Mrs. Dee Goode, has been very sick with measles, but is improving slowlv. Varney Moore, of Cincinnati, hns neen wun nis uruiner, vviiircnte Moore, here. Albert Gooch. of Versailles, spent several days with his brothers, sis ters and friends in this county. Mr. Phillin G. Kemp motored through from Louisville yesterday, nnd spent the day with his uncle, ur. T. V. Pennington. Mr. J. II. Turner, wife nnd daughter, of Wllmoro, were here Sunday to see Rev. W. S. Grinstead, who continues very sick. D. II. Skinner, who had been to Hustonvlllo to visit his family, pass ed trough here on his return to Keo Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured kee. Vn.. Inst week. ljr local applications, as they cannot reach Ihe th ear. Col. John W. Bain, of Lexington, only dlataatd portion at catarrhal There ! one way to cure the fnmous Auctioneer of the Blue ana that la by a eonttltutlonal safnae, remedy an Grass Capital, will be here Saturday, Catarrhal Dtatntaa la causrd bylining- Inof flamed condition or the mucous May hth, nnd cry the vnrnon anio. the Eustachian Tube. When this tube la from Inflamed you hav a rumbllnr sound or nrrived Huston Gci.try hearing-and Frankfort Saturday to visit his aunt, closed. learniss Is thewhen It la entlrrly result Unless the Mrs. Kliza Blain. lie has grown into Inflammatlun can be reduced ami this tube hearlni; splendid manhood since he has here ri stored to Its normal condition, cases of will be destroed forever. Many last. deafn.as are caused by catarrh, which Is Mrs. Lucy Anne Carter nnd Mrs. an Inflamed condition of the mucoua Hall's Catarrh Medicine acta Annie It. Carter, of Junction City, the blood on tha mucoua surfaces of thru the are with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cnrter s)atem We will give One Hundred Dollars for nt "Locust Place," out on Uustor. any case nf cannot !eafneaa , sur-fac- man's Missionary Society of tho eral patronage for helping its job rrcsuytcrinn church, at Stanford, printing department break Its own Ky., on the denth of their late memInst month. During April it ber nnd record Mrs. Sophia BACK TO CHEEKS Hake Cm TaU" Off! turned out 141 jobs. Included in Kindrick Alcorn. n Clnfc. "I've joined tht this numlr were 100,000 bank Resolved, That in the death of Never ngnln will I uio nnythlnsr for, checks which takes n little time to Mrs. Alcorn this society hns lost one corns but 'CUta-lt- .' Tut 2 drop print, ns printers well know. Every- of iU most beloved nnd faithful on, nnd from that secof 'Gfts-I- t ond the corn begins to shrivel. thing from a calling enrd to n 22x members. Mothir Tells What Tanlac Old pbster wns in the 2fJ (2) Thnt her loynlty to her work turned out, nnd the best part church nnd her noble Christinn life For Hir Dauihlir. of the business Is, there wasn't n sin- nre examples for us to emulate. gle kick on either the printing or (3) That whilo we miss her nnd the price of 'it. The hends of the feel that'her plnce can never be filled I, J. nre naturally very proud of the we know; that with her "all is well." accomplishment, ns well ns deeply (4) That wo extend to her loved SEEMS LIKE DIFFERENT GIRL grateful to Uio many who gave the ones our tendcrest sympathy. work to them. With the best nnd (fi) Thnt these resolutions be most willing force in the country, it placed upon the minutes of this so is not surprising that the I. J. does clety nnd copies sent to the fnmily of "TliN Is the first winter In a long lots or work, hut It certainly is grat- our departed sister, the Interior time that my daughter Louise has to know that it does. ifying journni, unu me innsiian vjiiscrvcr. been entirely well, nnd I liellevc Tan-U- c MRS. K. II. IIOPPKR, Is rexpoiislble for it," snltl Mrs. J. KILLED BV ELECTRICITY. MRS. J. T. KMBRY, Fifteenth nnd High Y. Klrkp.ttrlck. News comes MRS. P. L. BRUCE, from Indiannpolis streets. Pari. She says: Ferguson, aged 10, was Committee, that Wnller "Sly daughter Umlse was nlwayn killed thurc by electricity while help(iellente and every winter would have ing erect n steel pole for nn electric "Oh, Don Touch lit Il'o So floret" HAIL FELL MONDAY company. Mr. Ferguson wns n attneks of bronchial trouble. Her apand It Will .Never line HleU-M- " Hail fell in Stanford Mondny. lie Sorct I'cnhcw of Mrs. W. D. Welburn. of not In proportions to do damage. but petite was poor, and she was troubled In Instead of swelling up llko n little this city, nnd Is survived by his wifej Hubble section hail ns large ns bird with constipation. We would have to white sponRc Then It loosens from ins motner, .Mrs. Klory Imllrlujtih! the toe jour comesnnd, ns thmiRli you'd take nndI).two children, just nrrived from eggs fell, doing damage to gardens cnll a physielan several times through Shnrpe, had J. on corn the winter until wo got Tanlac. She on Stanford, where she had been to at- and fruit trees. It was especially se- hail a cough much of the time nnd was) a plove "(lets-It-your hand'" corn discovIs the " Yes. Mr. J. vere at A. P. Sloan's, where his early Is tend the burial of her fnther, hail pale, nervous and Irritable. We read ery of tho nno. Mom "(lets-It- " II. Pruitt, when informed of the vegetables were ruined. Heavy sold by many times than nny other remedy In eilstence. Try It death of her son. Mr. G. 11. Pruitt, fell between this city nnd Danville. n good many testimonials of Tanlac corn nnd you'll know the renson why. It of Moreland, nnd Anally got n bottle. It helped her Mrs. nccompnnied and takes two seconds to apply It,Don't Shnrpe home and was there at the COOLER WEATHER. right nwny. We noticed that she ate It dries nt onre. That's nil. Cooler weather has followed tho more. burial of his nephew. follow the experlencn experiment (rood rains of the past several days. "nets-It- " millions nnd use of 'JleU-It"She took In nil live tiottlcs. also the l " sold everywhere. Kc n What is needed now is warm sunhntiln. or neiit on rerelDt of Drlco by COINING MONEY FROM CHICKS shine and when it comes vegetation tablets. She had no sdi-- spell all tbe K. I.awrence & Co., Chicago, III. comMrs. It. L. Berry, of Hustonvilie, fnirly pop. The wheat rest of the winter. Tlilx fall she got sold during the month of April, eggs is going tograss crop nnd were both grcntly menced to run down again. Wo Sold in Stanford nnd recommendfrom her S. C. II. Leghorn hens to nnother Iwttle, nnd this winter she has ed as the world's best corn remedy the amount of $134, and besides, benefitted by the downnours. taken three and has bad no sick spell . The feed for by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The used $lfis worth. K. C. Smith, for 35 years chief of nt all. She seems to be built up. Her" these hens cost $30 and skimmed police of Harrodsburg, is in a criti Penny Drug Store. appetite Is very good, nnd she Is not milk $0, leaving n net profit for the cal condition from month, of $108. Who can heat thatv acute indigestion. heart disease and nervous. She seems like a different Hope for his re- child In that reseet. We feel thnt the Hon. M. F. North, candidntc for covery hns been abandoned. He was medicine ts expensive, but still In the county judge, is here from the West BIG PATRIOTIC RALLY the breeder and owner of the famous Enil today. patriotic rally held at Lan- racehorse, Bonnie Wilmore, the only long run It Is tbe best, ns this Is the The Mr. W. 11. Higgins went to Rich- caster Monday afternoon was largely first winter that we hnvc not had to mond today to attend the funeral of attended nnd much enthusiasm was horse that ever won a heat from call a physician. Her color Is good Nancy Hanks. Mis. Mollie Daniels. shown. The. principal speakers were now, and she seems to be all richt" Mt. Sterling, Edwin P. Morrow, of Somerset, nnd Mrs. Sue Bright, of Tanlac is sold exclusively in StanThe wedding of II. D. Pnlmore to is here with her daughter, Mrs. C. II. Judge L. L. Wnlker nnd Attorney J. Miss Ruby Alexander, principal nnd ford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. Carter, who remains quite sick. E. Robinson, of Lancaster. teacher, respectively, or the ulns Coleman, Proprietor. Miss Sura Hunn has returned from High School, occurred in Louis .McKinnoy. where she hns been the John Owsley Reiti nnd Hnrry Car- gow Monday. Tanlac can now be obtained in folguest of Mrs. Daniel Traylor. ter, measles sufferers, are doing ville In addition to loans to France and lowing neamy cities: Moreland, AbMrs. Wm. Cantrill. and son, Theo- pretty well. Itnly totaling between S200.000.000 raham Minks; Hustonvilie. Adams dore Cantrill, are in Louisville, the nnd $300,000,000 the United States Bros.; McKinnoy, True & Co.; Ellis-bur- g, guests of relatives and friends. "THE OLD RELIABLE" will soon make n loan to iiclgium. Mrs. Lewis J. Jones went to Joe McWilliams; Middlcburg, Lieut. Gov. James D. Black spoke today for a visit of several at Barbourville Monday, nt a patriot- W. C. Bryant; Crnb Orchard, Lyno lays with relatives and friends. ic demonstration and Bros.; Brodhcad, John Robins; LanMiss Anne Davis McRoberts, Mr. Fire, which stnrted Monday night caster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, Thomas Phillips. Mrs. II. J. McRobin r. M. Breedings livery stable, at J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. erts nnd Miss Esther Burch were in REMEDYFORMEN. Glasgow, destroyed $50,000 worth of Danville Friday to witness "The MesAT YOUR DRURGICT. A. Horton. property. , siah." M JOtPLANT DOING WELL. Tho new owners of the Interior Journal nre very thnnkful to a lib grep Never-Apftl- d f! w? flag-raisin- I AttentionFarmers -- OF- be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Circulars tree. All DruKKlais, He. CO.. Toledo. O. F. J. CHK.NKV Catarrhal that MONEY -- MAKING OPPORTUNITY IN GILPIN-EUREK- A Lincoln, Boyle, Mercer, Garrard Casey and Other Counties You Should See or Investigate ? Watch This Space Opportunity never knocked hnrder nt your door than it is doing today in this announcement. The progress of the world whether nt wnr or peace depends upon the mineral producing industry. Without gold, silver, copper, lead nnd zinc, where would the world be today? If you want to make money, safely good, establishnnd quickly, select ed, mineral producing company. Purchase some of its stock nt the initial offering price. Put One Hundred dollars or more in it; Salt the stock uwny and awnit the interesting and profitable developments, with an opportunity to double your money. Co., is selling a The Gilpin-Eurek- a limited amount of its Treasury Stock at the special price of fifty cents per share (par value $1 per share) for the purpose of doubling its present output iir.u tor outer expansion, ine Cilpin-Eurek- a is nn established anil producing gold, silver, copper, lead nt Central City, nnd zinc property Colo., 40 miles from Denver. Tho main-shais down 090 feet below the surfnee in rich ore bodies, increasing with depth. Adjoining mine is working 1,800 feet below surface and has produced $10,000,000. Senator A. E. Stricklett of Kentucky is president of the company. HIGHand OTHER REFEST BANKING ERENCES. The flock Is being rapid, ly subscribed. A limited amount only It for sale at the special price of fifty cents per (hare) can be purchased on payments, installment down, balance in 3 monthly payments. Act today or pay a higher quotation. Send in your subscription at fifty cents per sharo for any number of shares desired or write today for free illustrated folder and Expert Minins Engineer Report, just com pleted by the well known firm of It- -. bell & Simonsoa. ft one-fourt- h The B. F, Avery & Son Motor or Tractor Plow BEFORE PURCHASING Remember it is manufactured in our own State by the best manufacturer of everything used by farmers in the United States. WJien not in use as a plow, it can be used for baling Hay, Etc., Silage cutting. Rock Crushing, for Threshing Wheat and all other kinds of seed or grain. You can use it to operate your grist, saw or planing mill. You can use it to haul your crop home or to market. It will power engine will. It operate any kind of machinery that a is the only known Tractor Plow that the farmer can start in his field and will run for 8 hours without any attention. The owner or operator can leave it for 8 hours, pursue any other daily vocation. You can use'kerosine almost exclusively to operate it and plow your land at a cost of not exceeding 40 cents the acre. 24-horse These plows are located under the machine in sight of operator. Unlike other tractors that the plows are at the rear, and catches weeds and all other trash. Weeds do not choke as on other plows. 1st, 1917, we will demonstrate this plow at Junction City, or on some farm near, each week. Prospective purchasers should write us or phone us for any additional information. Satis- After May faction guaranteed. INFORMATION GEORGE C01-50- BLANK W. PLATT, Treasurer First Nnfl Bank Itldg. Covington, Ky. 2 Without obligation on my part send mo GILPIN-EUREKfolder nnd copy of Mining Engineer Report. Name Street, Address , ' Junction City Lumber Company Phones 21-- J City and Stato - and 17 Junction City, Ky. 4 .M -- .,M M4lV ( ' ,'W 1 PaSe Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, May 1 , 1917 a :i L Quality Pays You and Us United States Tires are built with one supremo thought behind them quality and us. and quality pays you R We put not alone good cotton and good rubber into our tires; we use only the super-qualit- y of both, super-qualit- y plus design, construction, workmanship all. Motorists have recognized this of United States Tires super-qualit- y stand-ar- d by giving United States Tires not only amazingly large sales but equally amazing sales increases. Quality pays you in service 4 and us in sales. United Stales Tubes and Tire Aeeestoriei Have All the Sterling Worth and Wear that Make United States Tires Supreme. f 7"iW w Every Need of Priee and Use United States Tires Are Good Tires 'Chain' 'Nobby' 'Royal Cord' 'Plain3 Usco' entered the great war. Tho Brooks concert band Is n handsomely uniformed organization, nnd tho programs will bo varied, ranging from rng time to grnnd opera, with liberal patriotic numbers and novelties to plenso nil. Tho Linchnutnuqun coln nre doing their southern circuits a real favor by presenting the noted bnnd on their rcgu-la- r programs. Solos, ducts nnd other especinity cnjnynble numbers will bo featured in addition to tho concert selections. Tho organization appears ns an imposing bnnd In the nfter-iioo- n, nnd ns n complete orchestra in III. home the evening. John Walls has returned having held a position in Detroit, Mich., for some time. ALL VINE gone to Mrs. George Horton ha FEE $15 Memphis, Tenn., to be nt the bedside Now Innks HWn tlin tlmn tn lirnml of her lnughter, Mrs. Belle Padgett, good horses. I nm irnlnir tn I'lvn tlin who Is quite ill. Mrs. Ellrn Murphy is hero visiting people n chance I? they want it. I will stand the Chnmplon relative. Sire, All Irn Walls, of Hamilton, O., is with Penvlne 4002 nt $15 to Insure a livo I nm not going to try nnd enumhis pnrents here. foal. Mr. and Mrs. George Dishon nnd erate his produce that hae won nnd to their homo nt sold for big prices, thnt Is a children returned Cincinnati, after spending several fact."" At same time and place will stand davs with relatives. MI Miivtne Brown uncut two two good Jacks $10 for grey Jack; weeks with her brother, W. C. Brown $8 for young grey lack. Money duo nt Lexington nnd returned home in nil cases when colt is foaled, marc Sundny. traded or bred to other stock. Mnrtin Routen Is nt home from R. S. SCUDDER. McKlnney, Ky. Detroit. .Mrs. Wash Cook and children have POSTED! returned to their home in Detroit. We, whoso names are hereto atMich., after visiting the family of tached will permit neither hunting, Everett Chcvilctt for several dnys. News ha reached here that a lit- fishing nor trespassing of any kind tle son had arrived at the home of on our property, nnd those guilty of Mr. nnil Mm. fimvpr Wnttn. nf Tin. doing such will be prosecuted to the ns formerly full extent of the law: cinnnti. Mrs. Watts M. D. Elmore, U. S. Traylor, J. D. Miss Etta Singleton, of this place. Dr. C. M. Thompson nnd wife Nave, Louis Nave. S. J. Embrv, J. L. Bobbins, went to Cincinnati Monday J. C. Fox & Son, Geo. B. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Reynolds nnd Pruitt. little son spent Sundny with J. T. Brown nnd wife. Sheldon Marks left Tuesday for SPLENDID TONIC" Detroit in search of employment. Some more of Uncle Sam's boys arrived last week and are camping Says Hixson Lady Who, On Docnenr the Fishing Creek bridge for tor's Advice, Took Cardti purpose of guarding it. And It Now Well. "DIXIE" WILL STIR THEM When the famous Brooks concert Hixson, Tenn. "About 10 years ago band strike up the stirring nir of "Dixie nt the big chnutnuqun tent I was..." says Mrs. J. B. Oadd, of during its engagement here May 27 this place. "I suffered with a pain In to 31. inclusive, it will be very doubt- my left side, could not sleep at night ful whether the big rnnvas auditoriwith this pala, always In the left um will be strong enough to hold cldc... the enthuslam which will be shown My doctor told roe to use Cardut. I by our citizens. There hns never been a time when the good old tune did took one bottle, which helped mo and not provoke ah outburst of npplaue after my baby came, I mis stronger wherever it has been played, nnd this and better, but tho pain was still is especially so in this section, where there. I at first let It go, but began to get me song is lovcil for the sentiment atcondition, tached to it. That is why the Lincoln weak and In a Chautauqua tent may not be strong so I decided to try some moro Cardul, which I did. enough to hold the demonstration This last Cardul which I took mndo when the Brooks band concert plays, because this noted musical organiza- mo much better, In fact, cured me. It tion has the reputation of playing the has been n number of years, still I grand old tune as it has never been hare no return or this troublo. I feel It was Cardul that currd me, played before. Musical critics 'and laymen who have enjoyed the Brooks and I recommend It as a splendid feband concerts say that there seems male tonic." Don't allow yourself to become to be something nbout Brooks "Dix-le- y weak and that enriches the sentiment und troubles. Take Cardul. from womanly It should surestirs the very soul, nrousing nntionnl ly help you, as It has so many thoupride and creating n noble sense of sands of other women In the past 40 rvuM0,i1m .,"",'' lo'"--' to country years. Headache, backache, all this is true of "Dixie" play-e- d nervousness, sleeplessness, sldeache, tlred-ou- t by anybody, it is said that the feeling, aro all signs of womanly trouBrooks band has created a sensntion ble. Other women with their wonderful rendition of Cardul. Why not get relief by taking you? All druggist. the nir, especially since the nntion 2 KING'S MOUNTAIN The people of this community nre very busy with their crops. Rev. Oodboy filled his appointment nt the M. E. church Sundny morning nnd evening. The members of tho Christian church have organized a prayer meeting to be held ench Thursday evening. School closed Friday after n successful term. The snme faculty of teachers has been chosen for the en suing yenr. .Master Glenn Chcvilctt Is quite PEA 4092 well-kno- i "" I "A run-dow- run-dow- NC-1J- Ice Cream Freezers fiOBorvvl Refrigerators, Oil Stoves, Lawn Mowers; buy now before they go higher. S3Si -- SEE- UNITED STATES TIRES ARE CARRIED BY THE FOLLOWING SALES AND SERVICE DEPOTS WHO CAN TELL VOU WHICH OF THE FIVE TYPES OF UNITED STATES TIRES EXACTLY SUITS YOUR N EEDSi H.C.Anderson,Stanford JACKET LEARNS USES OF PUBLICITY No matter how small the town, even so diminutive from a standpoint of population that it has been left off the printed maps and no matter what its daily or weekly newspaper is, whether it is printed on a four deck BLUE HOW George H. Fanis F-E-E-D-S - V iprcini, brulici, toothichc, neuralgia, gout, Jumbigo and tore stiff rauiclc. At ill drujUiiti, 25c. 50c. and $1.00. neck, all pains and aches yield to Sloan's Liniment. Do not rub it. Simply apply to the sore spot, it quickly penetrates and relieves. Cleaner than mussy plasters or ointments, it does not stain the skin. Keep a bottle hi tidy (or rheumatism, Sore shoulders, lame back, cylinder or a creaky and antiquated tocrunh. and it is ten to on.i that he Parks & Hcndrcn Company's store Washington hand press, it still is the hr.s, it is sent along, l'heu as the Lit Danville was burglarized and $75 proud possessor of a traveling cor- days go by the memorandum gets to $100 worth of gents' furnishings respondent who is in all parts of the tho Nnvy 1'ubiicity uureau in xsew stolen. world. He keeps in touch with his Yorv Citv and from there it is sent home town paper, not through thril- out in a newspaper style to all the ling stories or events that nre mak- papers in his home town and vicini- BROKEN ing history, but more specifically ty, nnd when he comes home he finds with the little items of interest that out that publicity has suddenly arc just what the folks at home want thrown him right into the middle of IN to read when the carrier leaves the fame. daily paper at the door or Uncle Tho Publicity Bureau has nnother Sam's post leaves the weekly at the idea in mind while getting tho news K. F. D. box by the roadside. from these first line of defense men Woman Tells How $5 Worth The sailor of today is always in into print. The more that is printed of Pinkham'e Compound touch with his home town paper. He of the boys and what they are doing, Made Her Well. may be blissfully unconscious of the and of their triumphs in peace or in war, tho fact that he is a travelling corres- their loyalty nnd sen-icto T tmn fl.In "T nrna nil kmlnn .Innm pondent but he is just the same; for moro Young America is attracted the Navy Department, through its the life of a sailor and the more in health from a displacement. 6no of my Publicity Bureau, has made "Jack" quickly is he made to realize his duty lady friends camo to a gatherer and a chronicler of news in responding to his Country's call. eco mo and sho adThe Publicity Bureau of the Navy that goes back to the boys in the old vised mo to not only disseminates news of the town like n letter to an old pal. taking Lydia Every ship of tho Navy carries service but it operates one of tho E. Pinkham'a Vegblanks that are already to be filled up largest and best equipped printing etable Compound with thu little items of interest that olllces in New York where all of its and to use Lydia E. are so much of an event in tho life posters and literature are printed. Pinkham's Sanative of a Navy man nnd to those in the PRICES HAVE BEEN "HIGHER Wash. 1 began taktown back behind the hills, lie may published in Acording to figures have excelled in some particular ing your remedies study or worK of tho ship and been the monthly commercial review of andtoolc$5.00worth New ork, commended; ho may have made a fine tho City National bank of and in two months bhowing at target practice and ho the present high prices of wheat nnd was a well woman may, as a firing pointer, have won flour are by no means thu highest the coveted Nuvy "E," which means known in this country. The review after three doctors said I Inever would was a mida whole lot to the man behind the credits C. II. Cole, a miller who has stand up straight again. gun. When this does happen a blank been in business since 1830, as say wife for seven years und I recommended every woCompound ing: "In next ?3.7o tho kin vh his name, filled of hiswith and his a bushel .March, 1807, we paid in St. man Vegetable before birthto and afterto tako for wheat and it sojd out iin! towi. is memorandum, an Louis for $3.85. This was in depre- wards, and they all got along so nicely something like this: ciated paper money, but I have not that it surely is a godsend to Buffering "This man was tho firing pointer thu value of gold at that time. In women. If women wish to write to on No. I, 3" giin of this ship, which March 1877, wheut bold in St. Louis me I will bo delighted to answer them." maiiu mo nignest score tins year in for $2.20. The price of gold was then Mrs.JENMB Moyuh, 342 E.Nortli St, tho Navy; four shots; four hits in 1.01 In 1807, Hour sold for $10 19 2 seconds. This man was award a barrel at the mill and the same Lima, Ohio. ed the first prize and will be award- flour retailed in Boston, at from $24 Women who suffer from displaceed the Navy "E" which is a decora-tio- t. to $25 barrel. In March, 18C7. the ments, weakness, irregularities, nergiven only to gun pointers" mak- lowest quotation of tho gold dollar vousness, backache, or bearing-dowing a score of 7.78 hits por gun per in nancr currency was S 1.311 1.2. pains, need the tonic properties of the which iMiiuto. His score was 12.35." would make wheat worth roots and herbs contained in Lydia E. Pinkbam'i Vgetabta Compound. If the proud sailor man has a pho- - about $2.70 gold." We are Headquarters for I'URINAIFEEDS PURINA DAIRY FEEDS More Milk. PURINA MOLASSES HORSE FEED Mor. V!m DOWN HEALTH The.. Feed, .re giving best result, possible. today. Sold only by Pl.c. your or-d- er Stock Pen Phone No. T. W. JONES 1 Residence Phone No. 170 M com-men- U. S. Government ARTICLES Eggs Beef, sirloin Mullon, leg CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD! Wheat Flour T ests Prove , It. Milk ... . Pork, loin Cheese BuUer Breakfast Rice Potatoes Beans, dried ... Foods Wheat Flour 6540 2950 3040 1030 1035 1 185 1305 1489 2025 385 410 445 Energy 10 cents will buy (U. S. Department of Agriculture Farmers Bulletin No. 142) 4. ENERGY Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities 1 n J. H. Baughman & Co. itiiUryu. 1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, May COURT OF APPEALS ENDORSES MOVEMENT 'Frankfort, Ky., April 30. To the People of Kentucky: Wo liclievc that the study of God's Word Is necessary to develop strong 1, 1917 Page Seven THE FIRST STEP Usually the first indication of a lowering of health is found in the bowels and liver. Something goes wrong wc cat too much, or work too hard and the bowel action weakens or tho liver is sluggish. That heavy feeling on arising in the morning, dryness of the throat, with bad taste, a slight headache, dull eyes all show that food has fermented in the intestines, and that the body is manufacturing poisons instead of Christian character, that every lu iiiivi; lilt; uiionuiK-i per- - nun uuKiib result from such study, nnd that thci Sunday School Is an efficient agency for the promotion or systematic ut- Htlltly, Wo note with interest the fact that tho Kentucky Sunday School Association has designated Sundny, May 6, ns tho Fourth Day" when It Is expected that again Onu Million People will nttend the Sunday Schools of the Stntc. Wc liln iu.ik.i a jiS k4 aeeeLavT aLB i aeeLaLaLaL&J &!mW jmBh nfl lllil I ft 1 IPPpjl WRIGLEY'S Makes the Whole World Kin I A Little Stick of No climate affects it for the package protects it. WRIGLEY'S goes to all parts of the world in all seasons, to all classes. Fresh, clean, wholesome The Flavor Lasts 5 As IN JOLOURS rUBOPC and delicious always. It aids appetite and keeps the teeth clean and breath sweet.' . di- gestion, quenches thirst, " JmNt GlOlS IN TOKYO VV W tP Hf0DtB ,N AUSTM1M Three Fine (IVicSjSf . &!&&$ 9 ' . v fllMIJJ.IJkaW n niftwmuj1 "uiinr l,tfy?zrvgv,-- , " r After every meal" Vl ? o paivta in singapopc fVRAPPKD X 731 Jlustun. for $100 (iiiti'uooil Ilcazley bought of A, (' Cnl Nevius sold to K I Merry, of 1U. n very fne Jewy cow Hill, u Jersey bull for $."u iiml turned Mr Ncwus nlso old n Jor-- v him over to Guy Hundley at a profit r si"i cnlf to J O '. lwl for t2 PROFESSIONAL AND "When In Doubt Take a Bath." BUSINESS CARDS Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, Tin I I Surveying and Leveling Uo sure your title is good. Myers nine nnd Guttering Gurnntecd. Pumps and Cray Engines W. K. WARNER Stanford. Ky, Lot me Phone 198 survey your land purchase for you, and make certain. Will go anywhere Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Huggics; Open Day nnd Night. mile. CAPT. AM BOURNE Autos by trip or the Please Give us a You. Trial, We Will AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER. KY. Phone 5. II. II. Carter, Manager. Calls answered day or night. The high dollnr nt your sale nil the CARTER A CARTER. Stanford. Ky. time nnd tit lowest price; sales cried nnywherc. fhope 304A Lancaster t my eipense VACCINATE prepared to vaccinate for An thrax, Illack Leg, and all other WAYNESBURC. tock diseases. UNDERTAKER, JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, We carry n largo and complete stock Stanford. Ky of Cuskots, Hobes etc at all times.-- ; Phone 204. Phone: Farmers' line No. - Woodstock lino No. - M. C. Newland, nford Livery and Auto Service J. M. REYNOLDS I am CONTRACTING Daily Except Sunday See B. L. FACALY for Contracting nnd Buildinc of any sort Houses. Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. nnd 4.00 p. m. Barns, Etc. Stanford, Kentucky. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9:00 a. m. nnd 1:30 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at W. W. BURGIN Low Charges DENTIST O. L MINKS. Pronrl.tor Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Crab Orchard Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays The Only Keeley at Stanford Office to Lincoln Bank Bulding Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford Institute in Kentucky J. I). WILLIS T. W. PENNINGTON, DENTIST Stanford, Ky. My.rs House Flats . 165 Phonal Office 240 For any information apply to Crab Orchard, Kentucky Crescent J. B. PERKINS Phon. 214 Rooms 28-2- DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. KY Heights Stock Plumbing, Tinning and Repairing of all kinds. For any work of this sort, see Farm XaaaaaaaaaaPkV A. D. PARSONS Thone 254 Stanford, Ky. Aberdeen-Angu- s Cattle ss Hogs Southdown Sheep, Duroc-Jeree- y The best bloodlines is represented in High-claeach of these famous breeds. can have all ailments of tholr horses, individuals for salo at all times. cattle and other live stock promptly E. V. CARSON R. F. D. No. 5 mid expertly attended by Stanford, Kentucky DR. H. A. PICKETT King's Mountain, Ky. Veterinarian, South End Farmers Midget Marvel Mill; Corn Oil nnd Feed Mill; Kngino; mill building, 24x30, three I can get you highest prices for your floors; engino room, 10x22; nil in railroad running order; laud, stock, crops or household goods. good good business. close to to Apply and Sales Cried Anywhew THE WAYNESBURC MILLING CO. Wayncsburgi Ky. JOHN B. D1NWIDDIE, Mor.land. "For Sale Flour Mill AUCTIONEERING of Stanford for the kind deeds done for me nnd my children while we FOUR GRAYS RUNNING. Mrs. J. Down in Lyon county the Gray were all sick with meusles. fnmily is regarded as the bnekbone W. Lunsford. of it democracy, which probably acThe Cnrnegie Foundation is now count for tho fnct that there nrc four Grny candidates for as many paying allowances to more than 300 county offices. County retireil teachers. dilfercnt Judge T. P. Grny aspires to be Coun ty Clerk: lonzo liray wnnts to lie JACK and STALLION Sheriff; Milt Gray is in the running for County Assessor, and Fcrd Gray T will nfnn.l mv .l.vpnr.nld tnrlf nt Tho my in in the contest for Jniler. place on the Millcdgcvillo pike, Cnsh family is represented among the candidates in Lyon countv for $10 to Insure a Livng Colt two entries. Sam Cnsh. for Sheriff He is black with white points, fine and J. M. Cash, for Jniler. nnd ears. Money bone due when WARFARE. marc changes hands. Not responsible "Ho, Ho," said the Kaiser, for accidents. And he wnved n submarine; Will nlso stand a good "Hoc, Hoe." said the Ynnkeo Percheron Stallion at $5 Anil he sowed n navy bean. Cash, with return privileges, or $8 to During discussion of the prohibi- insure. I ask your inspection nnd patrontion amendment to the Selective Service llill in the Sennte Saturday, the age. W. A. HATCHER, Stanford. R. t. members voted themselves dry but F. D. No. 2. reversed their action Inter nnd adoptKING ALFONSO ed an amendment prohibiting solHig, fine jnck of good diers from purchasing liquor. bone nnd action. Splendid mule jack. MARY'S WAY. Will make the season of 1917 nt my Mary had a little lamb, farm nt He wouldn't go to war; $10 to Insure a Livng Colt Mnrv bin another lamb: Will nlso nt the same place nnd time She's worth fighting for. stand my great Jersey Hull The big Sr.00.000.0n0 bond issuf. SHELBY SULTAN 117497 which is to be offered to the American public soon, will be known ns At $5 to insure a living calf. This is one of the best Jersey bulls in the "The Liberty Loan of 1017." to announcement by Secre- country and I nm standing him nt a tary McAdoo. very low figure. See this stock before you breed. Care taken to prevent ac THE ROYAL JACK cidents but not responsible should EXCELSIOR any occur. Parting with mare or Hear Ye! See Mel The "Royal cow forfeits insurance nnd makes Jack," "Kxcclsior." I agnin appear season money due.F. REID, Stanford, before the public for close scrutiny 32tf anil admiration and abundant ser- Ky.. R. D. No. 5. vice, nnd nm opposed to the cost of high living nnd place my charges DON VARRICK where the farmer of moderate Will make the season of 1917 nt do business with me nt my stable 4 mile from Crab Orchmeans can the "low cost .of living prices" ns ard, on the Singleton plncc, at $10 well ns the rich. My progeny speak to insure n living colt. Don Vnrrick for themselves, selling ns weanlings is a beautiful chestnut, 1C hands; for $5 to $130, nnd at two years weighs 1,400 pounds, is compactly of age for $200. Reference: Messrs. built anil has plenty bone nnu nnisn. Hun Gaines, J. G. Livingston, J. II. His colts show for themselves. Wm. Harris, Jacobum Rctrofrac, Will also stand at the same time Long, Lute King, John Saylor. J. G. and place my saddle stallion I hnve Cnrpenter nnd tunny others. BLACK PRINCE all the marking, form, size, symmetry, bones, muscles, tendons, equipments By Kentucky Peavinc, out of a mare nnd color true to my Jnckshlp; nm by Old Preston. He is a coming as blnck as a crow on athlete and possess the grentest snouiu see agility nnd gambol over tho green and a good one. iou to insure. mm award like n race horse, nnd have a He will stand at $10 ba-s- o TWO GREAT MULE JACKS voice, with a musical sopra-teno- r profunda alternations and bray Will also stand two great mule n the happy hours oway; tho pass word jacks at $10 to insure. Ono tho is Eureka; favorite songs, "Home, Huff Dudderar jnck and the "My Old Ken- other, Jesse Fox, n fine fellow. 5 Sweet Home." nnd tucky Home;" Motto: Get there Eli. yenrs old and a good breeder. His I hnve nqunline eyes, pleasing councolts show up nicely. See them both tenance, style, typical head, ears, before you breed your mares. neck, (moulders, body, bnck, bones, Will stand a fine registered Short hips, hocks, legs and feet, nnd cau- horn Bull at $2 to insure. Money duo My keeper friend in nil cases when animal is bred elsedal appendage. and guide is Thomns Muthcuselah where or parted with. Johnson. W. R. GAINES. Crab Orchard. Ky. Scientific breeders stnte tho dam prepotengives 70 ft of potency and ALMONT DARE cy to the gnmmetesj others say 50 & of this power nnd force is given by Almont Dnre, 3228, is a rich red by the sire. Send bnv stallion: 1G hands high with good the dam and GO mo dams 10 hands high nnd thnt bone and fine style. Is extremely weigh 1,000 to 1,400 pounds, with fast both under saddlo nnd in hargood conformation nnd you will get ness. Ho Is a full brother to Toxy mule colts thnt will weigh 1,200 to Dare that won tho championship for 1,400 pounds when mntured with saddle bred brood mares at tho Kenage. I nrrnngo and fructify tho tucky State fnir in 1914. defeating gnmmetes and nature, docs tho rest Edna May and others and to Nettlo-to- n my for my neurous are electro-tonithnt sold for $3,600 and others at blood that of roynlty; composed of $l,r00. Ho is the best one of tho lot. tho red, white and blue; rich in tho His colts have frequently defeated "units" of "proximate principals;" the colts of sires standing as high as my nervo cells are filled with prann; $7C. Havo sold his colts myself for tho results will be through JfiOO. Others claim offers of $1,000 radiation nnd zygotosis They ulso ore the very best to use at mule colts of the unifonn size nnd home, being large, line, game, uura-bl- e type, for, style, action nnd beauty, nnd kind. and docility, perfect mules with tho Will mako the season at $10 to In- "esprit do corps" of their sire; no suro livo colt. such word as "hors do combat" or Bryan nreckinridgo, my registerfull, in mv vocabulnr of Jackology. ed blnck jack, 10 hands with extremeAs Sol Russell said, "when passing ly large bono will stand for mares at my wny 'drop' over on mo in peace- $10 for mare mules and $8 for ful vnlloy." horso mule. Will nlso breed jonnets My friend, "Romeo" tho beautiful any month in year nt $10 to insuro black registered Polangis l)o'ino, is colt. Have sold his colts for $120 at doing business here, too prico $1.00 weaning time. Grass furnished nt nt the lot, nnd tho handsomo Adonis, $2 per month and nil stock intrusted the equine, male, well grown, in size, to mo will receive my personal graceful and Ideal conformation, will but will not bo responsible Wo like com- for nccidents. Season on tho nbovo do scrvlco at $7.00. petition, but, defy successful nro duo when colt is foaled or mare in our lipes, "To tho victors brpd to other stock or stock parted belong tho spoils." My prico $8.00. with. All tho above will mako tho Very truly, season ut mv pluce, two and n half EXCELSIOR Tho Royal Jnck. miles west of Hustonville. on Huston- Address Carpenter Farm, II. F. D. 1, villo and Liberty pike. Pedigrees, Crab Orchard, Ky., Chappie's Gap furnished upon request. S. T. POWELL, Hustonville, Ky. Pike. 2fi-4d 1- -2 four-year-olwell-knowc; electro-bionlastic com-petiti- congratulate this Association upon the grent work it has done in mnking Grcntcr nnd Hotter Sundny Schools for n Greater and Uettor Kentucky. Believing implicitly in" the great work that is being done in our Sunday Schools, nnd desirous of encouraging the efforts of those who are contributing their time, energy nnd money to thin great cnuse, wc unite in tho invitation to all Kontuckinni, ns well ns the vMtori within our borders, to nttend the Sunday School pt their choice on Mny fith, 1017. Wo hope that every Sundny 'School will so carefully observe this day that there may be the largest attendance ever known in the State, nnd that nil visitors will receive such n cordial welcome .they will become regular members of the Sundny School. Let un make this the beginning of n new era in the Sundny School work of Kentucky. (Signed) W. E. Settle. John D. Cnrroll, Gus Thomas, Krncst S. Clarke. Flem I). Sampson. Shackelford Miller, Rollin Hurt, Wm. Rogers Clay. ' a - good brood. Give the Clear it all out. stomach and bowels a fresh start. Encourage the liver to go to work. Manalin docs all of this, witliout griping or weakening. It's the ideal laxative and liver tonic, because it follows Nature's plan, without discomfort, inllam-natio- n or forming a habit. Constipation may be overcome with use. its Liquid o r tablet form. UbbbbFbbBHbbbBbBBBBBbW u9RJaHBBBBf'''iBVBVyi , iaaaaaVra'aaavlaWaaHajaBaHf 'llBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBr'irS aaaaaaaBBBBH '"B " V' Tr faHH fHTlV " vbbbbbbV vLbbbm ,'Iljar?-""da- BBBUBBBBBBBBBBBBVl' JgJLiiAiBsMBBBf Jfll 131 WvUHlBBMBBIBBBYBBBBHLBBBBt J iH .lli. 1 lets k Tho - IKaajjji taKCra?)l ainff.mv IM'" Children like them, t li u y a r o safe. 10 and 25 cents. Tb. Peru ne Co taite canity. and - Tab- Rowland Peavine No. 6053 ff ,. w. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the good people Denmark 840. 1st dam: Bourbonistc, No. 9297 (full sister to Bourbon's Best) by Bourbon Chief 970, by Harrison Chief 1C0C, by Clark Chief 89. 2nd dam: Judy Oliver 6407, by Red Cloud 2197, by Indian Chief 1718. 3rd dam: by Wilson's King 2197. 4th dam: Daughter of Sim's Clark Chief 2575. Rowland Peavine Is a rich chestnut, with star and snip) stands 15.3 full; weighs 1100 pounds; five years old. As you will see from the above breeding, he has the blood of the best show horses Kentucky has ever produced, and is one himself. You should see this horse before booking your mare. You rarely ever have the opportunity to breed to a horse as fashionably bred at the small fee of $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Will make the season of 1917 at my stable on East Main street. Money due at birth of colt or when mare is parted with or bred to other stock. Rowland Peavine chestnut stallion, foaled May 14, 1912. Sired by Rex Peavine, No. 1796, by Rex McDonald, No. 833, by Rex V t i m A i E4 .1 na & J. C. BAILEY Stanford, Ky. you breed. Will stand them all at $G to insure a colt four months old. good stallion will make the seaThis prevent accidents, but son of 1917 at the home of Eli Estes, Care taken to two miles southwest of Eubank on not responsible should any occur. m MENROE the Fishing Creek and Eubank road $10 to insure a colt ten days old. This hbrso is so well known that it is useless to describe him. Eli Estes and Daniel Newsom. nt cf them blaclr and one grey; all of them good ones. They range in nges from coming two to seven yenrs. You should see them before Three Four Good Jacks Parties with mare or breeding her to other animals forfeit insurance and makes season money duc.ELI ESTES, 30-Eubank, Ky. The estate of the late James J. Hill subject to probate in Minnesota, is valued at $51,179,889, according to a report of the appraisers filed in probate court. Loans totalling at least $200,000,-00- 0 will be made by the Government to France and Italy within a week. Wiltondale 39162 Trotter: Record 2:20 Trial 2:14. Half Mile Track Mahogany Bay, 15.3 Hands; Sire of Seventeen in the List. Sired by Abdell 2:23 (sire of 50), he bv Advertiser 2:15 4 (sire of 30.) he by Electioneer 2:13 4 (sire of 160.) Dam "Mantua Maker," (dam of 11), by Red Wilkes (sire of 179) he by George Wilkes (sire of 83.) In offering Wiltondale for public service his superior ns an individual and in breeding has never before been offered in this section. Ho is absolutely sound, a fast race horse, a champion show horse, having been shown 27 times, winning 25 blue ribbons, lie is a great breeder and a sure foal getter. His colts are good looking individuals with speed, style nnd durability. He will make the season of 1917 at my stable, six miles from Lancaster, three miles from Bryantsville, near the Lexington piko on the Rout lane below the Fork church, at $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Lien Retained on Colt Until Season is Paid. 3-- ROBERT R. FOX, Star Route, Lancaster, Ky. BLEUCHER 46158 RECORD i:I9U-4- . TRIAL 2:14 KENTUCKY'S CHAMPION ROAD HORSE Winner of Hoad Clan and Breeding Class st Kentucky State Fair 1016 ' Alryone 633, 2 :27 Sire of 69, dams of 65. Dark Night 38S8 Sire of 24, including . Noonday Srarcrdlght 3:03 Ity HI. Elmo 375 2:03 Sit.nt ProoV 107CU . llnelnUsht Ureal brood mare. Hecoril 2 MB 1.3. Dark Wilkes 3:09, Valpa Hire of Hilly llurk 3:03 3:09 13, etc. Harry Clay 45, 3:29 Hhawbay 2:07 Sire of 4, dauis of 50. Jenny Clay Mhs.Iow 11 rook S;09 Great brood mare. Kmma Urook 3:09 Norwood Uelle Lady Zarrlne 3:07 lly Norwood 523 Urllbrook 3:10, etc. B C W c a M ....... Clao half Ham 3:37 Urook r. 3:17: out sitter 3:10 to of Lata Watt (3) llleuelirr 3:39 of Silent a I 31457 of llrrnda Yorke Ferno 3:05 (3) 3:06 Native Hell Silrer Silk (4) 3:04 13, Monrlco (3) 3:07 Suite N, (3) 3:09 etc. Ileilir Clay Half tUtrr to Silent Urook 3:06 Reddle (lay (4) 3t35 and Lilly Clay, iim of True 3:21 13. Moko 'Daron Wilkes 4758, 3:18, . Queen Ethel lly Strathmore 408. Dam of Humps 3:03 Sire Sire of 13 In 3:10, etc. 3:04 Jenny Clay ' lly Harrr Clay 45 Dam of Silent Drook 2 16 1 3, Reddie Clay (4) ete. 2:25 Wilkes Nutwood 8000 3:34 3 4. sire of Carl Wilkes Meadow Urook 3:06 Silent Urook, 197C9, 3:16 12. tire of Dilly llurk 2:03 Lady Hetty Urook 2 09 3 4, Emma Urook 2:09 Shawbav 3 '07 Zarrine 2'07 Margaret llathrata Silent Hrlgade (2) 3:10 llillUook 2:10, Hutter ftrook 3 10 etc. His dam, Jenny Clay, dam of Chatty Direct (4) 3.07 11 (4) 2 etc. Sirid and was grandam of True 3 '31 alto produced Reddie Clay 3 '25 Moko 24437, aire or Terenu 2 '05 12 (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Hrenda York (3) (Futurity winner) Native Helle (21 3:07 3'08 3 4, (Futurity winner) (5) 2:04 (Futurity winner,) Hit-e- r filly,) Manrlcn (3) 3:07 (4) 2'03 13 (champion winner,) Ootnoko 3:10, Mobel (Futurity Suile N (3) 2:09 Silk (4) 3 08 (Futurity winner) ete. Momatter 3:11, Siliko (3) SMI 2 10 I 4, Milliliter 2 10 MarSired dams of The Hartcttrr, 3 01 (champion trotting Million,) Vito (4) 3:09 etc. Urother to Uuuips 3:03 14, Daron ONeil (3) 2:13 tha Tipton (4) S.09 "llleucher" 46158, record 3 '39 trial mite 3:14 3 4, half In 1:06, last quarter In 33 He greatly la a haudwme aeal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. lilt good aire Silent Urook and is out of Clayo. by the great Futurity tire Moko. Foreign demand haa taken over one lnllliou horses from this country, and we may expert brlter prlcea for our horses In the future. Our adilce to mare owners Is to breed their marea and to breed them to stallions of merit and proven worth as sires, llleucher Ills cults have proveu la just the t)pe to produce the colts that will supply the diuisnd. flue, with line head and nerk and plenty of bone and conformation. Tlili great trolling Stallion will make the season of 1917 at my stable In Lancaster, Ktntucky, at , aeconda, D n 10 etc $20 to Insure a Living Colt BARLOWE also sland this beautiful Shetland Stallion fur the season of 1917 st my sta I am pripared to take Ky , at 110 00 TO INSl'ltF. A LI VINO COLT. raro of marea vu grass at 10 centa a day Lien retained on rolls for urvice fee. Money due wheu mare is tradtd or parted with. .Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. ble In I will lucaster, W. B. BURTON, Phone 95, Lancaster, Kentucky U,' ; lj ,-- .fr jC I Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky:, e FARM AND TRADE ITEMS R. M. Ware bought a cow and calf Ti ijiMavMav V9TTf -- v - ! H IN i i i for $G0. Henry Hiatt sold to Virgil Illntt n horse for $150. Wheat sold at $3 per bushel at Lexington Saturday. John M. Stone bought of Ollie Spratt n milk cow for $42.60. Burch Lnwson sold to T, W. Jones -sow, at 12c a pound. d a Harry Frye bought of Tom Durgelding nt $125. ham a John M. Ashley, of Powell tounty, bought the Lisle farm near Paris at $200 per acre. WORLD'S nnsT Alfred Eads, of Shelby county, ci.tjaxs, sold to Louisville parties a large dots, bunch of hogs nt 10c. Tour Furniture, Harry Fryc, of the Hubble section, Woodwork. l'lano. sold to T. W. Jones 13 Automobile, Finishhogs nt $14 n hundred. ed Floor, and alt ynrnlnlicd Surface. Scott Bros., of the Goshen section, Clear, puro and sold to Dave Duddrear, of Garrard, free from any gum. 200 bales of hay at $10 a ton. Will not dust, aa It rather clvrn a Wnlter McKinney, of the Mt. Sahard, dry, bright lem section, bought in the last few brighter a frlosi; than wax and days a bunch of hogs nt 13 John M. Ashley, of Powell county. H Ha!'! caller to use. who bought the Lisle and Bean farms rsn Fon floors on the Paris pike, in Clark county Hauc IcnaCedarOL for $03,000, will take possession Jnnunry 1,1918. Ffa uh'nn Mn . . . J. Carrol Ualloy sold lor airs. iMag- , gic James, of Crab Orchard, to WIN Guaranteed Rogers, of Paint Lick, a To jrlve enwalking mnre for $175. tire eatlafac-tio- n The Citizens Hank or Kuttawa, or your Lyon county, has distributed a carmoney will be refunded. load of registered milk cows among the farmers of its section. II. C. .Baughman bought of Paul PENCE & HILL Finch of the Drake's Creek Stock cattle nt $41 a Farm, 15 head, and also bought of T. W. Jones d six cattle at $54. Dr. J. 1J. Neet, of wooatoni coun avpHakaaiaaa'aaa ty, will put over 250 acres in corn. He is using tractor plows to ureitK up Ihe land and is working day and night forces in order to get tht land ready. Frank Tammo and ron;, who 'ivc on the Danville pike, sold tit Antler;, son ? SpiHman, Danville millers, 100 bands of corn nt $8. John Tammo B LEGHORN EGGS S. C. o'.d to the same firm 100 barrels nt of the best laying strains, for hatch- the fame price. M. G. Weisigcr, of Danville, has ing, 'at all times. Also baby chicks, 1,700 bushels of wheat, says the Adwhen I can furnish them. For sale by vocate. He could have sold it SatMRS. R. L. BERRY urday for almost $5,000, and what he is holding it for, even his closest Phone No. alKentucky friends do" not know. The paper beHuitonrille, so states that $2 per bushel is ing offered for wheat at threshing To the Public: time. best mide-taffl I represent the largest and Mrs. Hugh M. Noe's fine sorrel ordrr clothing home in this country dropped a male mule colt the ily - mnre night. It was quite a surprise Fd r Pri't ami Co.. CMcuf: III the male other in fterieDce yoar measuring and directing advantage to clothes, fives me the her when she went to the barn to over nne who Is not a practical tailor. If yon feed her saddle mare to find that will gire me your order, 1 will promise yon a square deal. Tuu will ret the worth of your standing by her side was a good mule money, either In the cheapest grades or the colt. As mules always sell well, Mrs. My higher prices. Xoe feels that her mare will pay well SPRING AND SUMMER for herself this yvar. Lftf 275-poun- RUBY GLOSS Furniture Polish four-year-o- ld 100-poun- d rrs 500-poun- d 600-poun- the happy recipients of a bouncing girl bn the 28th PUBLIC SALE Inst., to be known as Mary Margery. It will be remembered Mrs. Hopkins was formerly Miss Ruth Cocking, one Having of our most attractive young Indies. I will on decided to leave Stanford . SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1917, R. C Arnold bought of W. II. Undent ood n veal calf at nine cents a nt 10 A. M., sell to the highest pound. nnd best bidder the following houseMiss Minnie Woods sold her ponv hold nnd kitchen furniture: Bednnd cart to Mrs. Will Pettus, of Crnb steads, mattresses, dressers, chairs, Orchard for'.$125. rugs, cook stove kitchen table, dining table, kitchen cabinet, lot. of can" ned fruit nnd other things too, num-nu- a S. R. STOCKER, to mention. Houses, Carringes, Auto painting and Stanford. Ky.. Darst Street. .T35-- 1 trimming such as recovering tops, Office Phono No. 6 making' curtains, putting celluloid in Carter's Livery and Feed Stable curtains, ctc. Paper hanging a specialty. Repairing guns, locks, typeJ. M. CASEY . M writers,': clocks, grnphophoncs, sewing Surgeon and machines, etc. made bright-eye- d Korfolk, V, "I suffered from had no appetite and was very Kiln Smith. thin. Nothing I tbofc nvvmed to help ma John and George Helm nrc yet until one day a frlrnd told mn about quite weak, but arc convalescing sat- VJnol. I liac now taken six bottles and isfactorily from a severe attack of ty- have gained fifteen ound have a good Mat-ti- e appetite and can tat anything." phoid fever. DmniKO, Norfolk, Vii. Fifth Sunday meeting held nt Bapremedy .Ylnol Is a constitutional tist church, this place, with an abunIt dance of good ministerial talent With Its formula on every bottle. and from Friday night to Sunday night, creates an appetite, aids digestion en, with collection of $50 for foreign makes pure, healthy blood. Try it our guarantee, , and home missions. Prof, and Mrs. R. II. Hopkins were The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. McKlNNEY Beautiful rains' and farmers, as well as nil others, feeling happy. The cfllclcnt. marshal of Huston-villMr, Brown, vlsltcir our town on official business Monday. ( Mrs. I. W. Gooch, accompanied by Dr. J. B. Smith, moher tored to Stanford Mondny. Measles still raging here, the Int-evictims being little Josephine nnd Jim Wnlkcr, nlso the children of Mrs. c. son-in-last Ben Maatln, of Muw vcounty, l-ecow that has owns a given birth to twins twlc. ' Sho is cows one of tho best in 'that section. ld ;, .Y VlnbitNA Ctiaed IS PMa4a Km ly TftUaf Viae! ORLEANS NEW C01 Qfk Trip Round V Fare pX(jJ VIA ? From Junction City. 4 ', SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM Tickets on sale, May and 16 FINAL RETURN LIMIT to reach Junction City prior to midnight , of May 31st, EXTENSION PRIVILEGE By deposit of ticket not later than May 31st and paymfent of $1.00 at time of deposit. FINAL RETURN LIMIT EXTENDED to reach Junction City prlqr to midnight of June 15. Tickets, train service, Pullman reservations nnd detailed Information regarding extension privilege on application C. B. IIARBERSON, Local Ticket Ajent, Junction City, Kentucky H. C. KING, Division Passenger Passenger Agent, Lexington, Ky. SJ J?AINTING -- Collar Pads All Sizes, IS to 24 ' at Veterinary Shops 200 West Mnin street. Phone 239. Stanford. Kentucky. 'J. J. BELDEN Dentist Cattle and Hogs Vaccinated 40 Cents Turnersville Supply Co. " e 0 4 s J. C. McCLARY 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS Over 3 Millloa Loaned Through This Office Turnersville, Kentucky jI aaaaaaJHP 7-- L lEl Embalmer JIorasjThont 83 W. KING & SONi INSURANCE BLUE GRASS & Ladies' Pumps The season's most attractive offerings, in dull kid, patent leather and white canvas. - Undertaker Office Fhone 1ST FARMS Cheapside Short FOR SALE Lexington, Ky? e- PERCHERON STALLION m STANFORD. KY.' J. HC bne of samples Is now ready far your in spectlon. Can now and let me show you. DTTDI 17 Practical Tailor L. Beazley & Co., MA V. FARM LOANS FARMS FOR SALE INSURANCE D. A. THOMAS Lancaster, Ky. $12(5)15. CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET steady; Hogs Receipts 0,800; packers and butchers $15.25(3)15.05; common to choice $914.50; pigs and lights $8(5)14.25; stags, $8 12.25. Cattle Receipts 1,000; steers $7(611; heifers $7(a' calves. 10.75: cows $5.75(a9.25; strong. $0(0)11.50. Sheep Receipts 100: slow, $811.75; Iambs steady, L j jesanfc'' fTi e7 W JA t nc-tiv- e; Undertaker nt i "c Al J EmltnTer Q'"UIU- W ., y Believing that now is the time to raise good horses and mules, I will stand my registered Percheron stal-- 1 lion, Bosscau, weight 2,000 pounds, Crab Orchard. Kentucky at $10 to insure a living colt nnd my great mule jack, Joe at $8 on same terms. Will make liberal cut to those CASH for ACCOUNTS having more than oue marc. Care takR. M. NEWLAND VY get you cash on Accounts. Notes, en to prevent accident, but not reClaims, by collecting quickly Headauartera for Beat sponsible should any occur. R. L la United States. Collection Berry, Hustonvillc, Ky. My farm is guaranteed or no charges. : : : : : FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE one mile cast of Hustonville, on the MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Stanford pike. Phone 168 and 45. Stanford. Ky. Somerset. Ky. ( BOSSEAU W. E. PERKINS, nny-whe- ro S. Everybody Is Going Auction Sale of Small Farms Pence, of the Farm TOMORROW To The Big $$&e9fft 0i . i E. T, Sr., Wednesday, May 2, 10:30 A. M. v. This splendid farm that is unsurpassed in producing has been into tracts ranging from 7 to 70 acres. Most of this farm is in first and second bottoms, and there is no better hemp and tobacco land euajrwhere. And the balance is hard to beat. Mr. E. T. Pence, Sr., who lived on this farm for 37 years, will tell you that the other land has produced 15 barrels of corn to the acre. Great interest is being manifested in this sale. There is a great demand for small places, and this is certainly a golden opportunity of a life time to get what you want just outside the city limits of Stanford, Kentucky, a growing town; splendid school and fine churches, and the best people in the world. People are looking these small farms over every day. Go look them over, pick out wkat you want and own your own home at a bargain and on terms so easy that you can make the land pay for itself. The man of moderate means will have 'as much chance at this sale as the wealthy. You can rest assured that land will never be any cheaper, but is just as sure to go higher, as you live today. The population is rapidly increasing and the earth is not stretching one bit. People have got to have homes, and the safest place in the world to invest your money is in real estate. Now, can you think of anything more profitable in which to invest with prices at the top notch for everything that your land produces. sub-divid- ed r .J v, SEE THE BLUE PRINTS OF THIS AND READ THE HAND BILLS. REMEMBER THE DATE AND HOUR OF THE SALE; THE VERY LIBERAL TERMS WE ARE OFFERING AND THAT YOUR PRICE WILL JJE OUR;!RICE FOR ONE DAY ONLY SUB-DIVISIO- N SALE RAIN OR SHINE J- ALL-STAR I : ; ifL TO EVERYONE ATTENDING WE WILL SERVE FREE LUNCH ON THE PFfaKERTY WHILE AN BRASS BAND WILL POPULAR CONCERTS. SECURE PLATS AND INFORMATION SOFFICES OF HUGHES & M'CARTY, PHONE 180. FURNISH First National Auctidsi Co. 1; i" o--v , iSlrL&Pft V,Vil V'lTWI v . .V-wHf- .' - iJ -- S A.