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No. 36 The Interior J ournal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, May 4, 1917 ht well-knowMcs-dnmes Mnt-thew- j&mr Tuesdays and Fridays I t HP DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER AGED WOMAN CROSSES OVER PENCE FARM BRINGS $20,111.00 LATEST WAR NEWS FROM SON TO FATHER DR. GREEN'S 40th ANNIVERSARY The following letter was received On the evening of Snturdny, April Tho First National Auction Co., of E. W. Reed, a prominent ColumAfter their customary terrific arAt 3:30 o'clock Wednesday after-- ) 28, i rccption was Riven in honor of by Col. C. R. Colcmarr, of this city, bia merchant, is dead. noon, surrounded by family andlSmithfield, N. C, conducted n very tillery preparation, in which guns of Dr. and Ma. E. M. Green by the mem- from his son, Harris Coleman, who Richard A. Thompson, a prominent friends, the spirit of Mrs. James W. successful sale when it disposed of nil calibers were used, the British bers of the First Presbyterian church. is n student nt the University of Vhv young man of Lebanon, is dend. Guest, of Crab Orchard, took its the E. T. Pence, Sr., farm on the Cut-flig- along the entire front surged for-wnin the enrly hours of the mornThe occasion of this reception was ginia. The letter is clipped from the Evan Bourne, son of H. II. Bourne to mansions above. Her death off pike Wednesday. The place con- the fortieth anniversary of the begin- Courier-Journa- l: of Boyle, has been made an ensign. occurred at Crab Orchard Springs, tains 150 ncrc3 and it brought $20,- - ing nnd throughout Thursday in tho in My Dear Father: Excuse this paning of Dr. Green's pastorate Gov. Stanley, with a distinguished where Col. and Mrs. Guest had made 111.00, which is over $2,000 more bright spring sunshine were at grips Danville. It was a great pleasure to per ns it is all I have. I nm sorry that party, will attend the Lexington races their home for some time, and was than it sold for less than six months witn tne enemy. Nightfall found the British well In both pntor and people to welcome so you and mother are so stirred up, but Saturday. caused by a complication of troubles nco. when J. H. Wright turned it many of Dr. Green's friends from the I am also myself. You misundorr'ood Mrs. Ed Owens, of Garrard, died from which she had been a sufferer over to Frank Martin. Messrs. R. J. possession of several points of vanin a Lexington hopital after a linger- for weeks. She is survived by her Sandlin and B. P. Sandlin nnd F. L. tage, which they had captured in tho other churches of the city and from Thomas' letter entirely. I want to try to show you how I ing illness. the community. husband, Col. James W. Guest, four Jerome personally conducted the sale face of most stubborn resistance, and As a further commemoration of an feel. In the first place, if there is goLnrkin Scalf, the Corbin boy who children, Mesdamos Judith Vass, of for their company and are more than held with a withering fire of machine event so interesting and unusual as ing to be any conflict on the part of was hurt in the Capital Hotel fire, Mobile, Ala., and B. G. Boyle, of Chi- pleased with the result. They nrc guns and rifles agninst powerful cago, and William P. Guest, of Cov- fine gentlemen to do business with counter attacks. the rounding out of forty years of this country, i. e., any tests nt nrms, died from his injuries. n as Mrs Arthur Parks, a Berlin asserts that the British atcontinous service ns pastor of one well I nm going to be there. I know ington, and Dr. James W. Guest, of and in street parlance are church, a union service was held in full well how you feel nbout it, and woman of Madison county, is dead in New York City, all of whom were "straight as a string." Assisting them tempt to break through the Germnn present when the end came.' Mrs. on the sale day were O. T. Wallace, line failed under heavy casualties. the First Church Sunday evening. if a had a son I nm sure I would feel the Union City section. Robert Crawford, of Mason coun Guest also leaves three sisters; of Wilmington, N. C, but formerly The British War Office makes no Tile size of the congregation, ns well the snmc way. But there is my point. as the words of the pastors,! gave Regardless of how wo got into this ty, plead guilty to firing a church and Alice Dobbyns, of Altoona. of Lancaster, and John A. Wngnon, claim that the troops of Field Mars, shal Haig pierced the Gorman front, evidence that Dr. Green has won a fight, that is immaterial, the fact was given a year in tho pen. Fla., Mary Hoskins, of Louisville, and of Americus, Gn. Col. W. H. Horace Spalding, of Lebanon, was Laura Moore, of Kingstree, S. C, unique place in the esteem and affec- alone remnins that' we are in it, nnd of Greensboro, N. C, "cried" but it does assert that west of Quenat kill-in- ir tion of the people of this communi- ns n citizen who lives and cherishes given n life term in the pen fdr and one brother, Mr. D. K. Furris. the sale and did it splendidly. He is the enemy lines were penetrated and ty. Just forty years before to the day the glory nnd honor nnd liberty hand- his mistress in Louisville. of Crab Orchard. She was born 79 not only a good auctioneer, but an the village of Fresnoy taken. Fifty thousand dollars was paid years ago and was a daughter of excellent entertainer. He gave away Dr. Green had preached his first ser- ed down to us by our forefathers I Thnt Germany's submarine arm, farm Henry and Jane Farris, long since some $10 during the morning, a por- not her military arm, h the menace can do nothing else than do what I for the oil rights of a 100-acr- e mon as pastor of the First Church. Knch n:istor brouirht erecting and enn to carry on these things which in tho Pilot district or the Estill oil gone to their reward. They were tion of it going to Miss Sue Taylor which for the moment is greatest for congratulations from his people, and they fought and died for, and come field. prominent people of the East End Englcman, who was voted the pret- the future wclfnre of the United Stutes and the Entente Allies is recCharles Taylor, who shot at Police- of the ocunty and their bodies rest tiest young lady on tho grounds. liis own personal tribute ns well. Dr. down to the las analysis wc nrc in McDowell, as next in length of ser- a way ngimng ior our iiuarty, ior men Thurmond and Alford in Dan- at Crab Orchard. For years Mrs. The home place containing 70 73-1- ognized by the chancelleries of all Green, made the princi- sure as fate the "mailed fist" had us ville, was given 100 days in the work Guest had been a member of the is the handsome the Powers which are at war with acres, on which vice to Dr. in line for the next victim when she house and fined $150. pal address, speaking for the Crab Orchard Christian church and brick residence, was bought by J. Germany. own church. would have conquered Europe. So I Somas well as for his The last days of April saw the unMore than 2,000 citizens of was a most excellent woman in every Crit Eubanks nt $165.50 per acre. noble It was a rare speech, full ofperson- can't see that it is a question of per- erset attended the flag raising and way. Her death occasions great sor- J. H. Browning bought the 33 acres derwater boats send to the bottom utterances, and the intimnto sonal convenience and safety. It is patriotic celebration at the Ferguson row in her home town and wherever across the pike, on which there is a hundreds of thousands of tons of shops of the Southern railroad. al touches so fitting on such an oc- far above that. the splendid wife and mother was good barn, but no dwelling, at $152.-5- shipping, which means that huge Robin H. White, of Mt. Sterling, known. The sympathy of friends here Secondly, as an enlightened youth casion. The briefer remarks of the and Frank Martin got the re- quantities of ammunition and foodother pastors were in the same fine who owes it to his 'education to net member of the State Board of Phar and elsewhere go out to the family mainder of the farm 47 acres of stuffs, the receipt of which would hnve greatly henrtened Great Britian spirit, and so graciously put ns to be the exnmple to those not so fortun- macy, was drowned while trying to in the fearful loss they have sustain- upland on the same side of Cut-of- f very grateful to both pastor nnd peo- ate as he is, if he does not set such rescue a companion in Bath county. ed. pike the residence is at $74. and France, have been irretrievably Owing to the high cost of living ple of the First Church. The Danville Military Band fur- lost to them nnd made the pinch of an example where in the world is it Brief funeral services were conoccasion want to those countries, their soldiers Rev. .1. A. Trostle, as repre- coming from? The the Jefferson fiscal court increased ducted at Crab Orcahrd Springs by nished sweet music for the sentative of the Presbytery of Trans-vlvaniLastly, something is due posterity. salaries of day laborers from $2 to Mr. J. C. McClary, of this city, at and a substantinl lunch was served and their people more acute. in very fitting So when a person grows older and $2.25 and team owners were raised 12:30 today and at 3 o'clock this af- at the conclusion of the sale. expressed Impetus is being given to the plans to combat the menace by all the terms the congratulations of the perhaps be so fortunate as to be the from 84 to S4.50. ternoon all that is mortal of the good a father of children and they doubtless Presbytery. Dr. Green has been Kentucky's pay roll of all the de- woman will be laid to, rest in Belle-vu- e PROF. CANEER ELECTED SUPT. countries at war with Germany, and most faithful and influential member would want to know if their parent partments and institutions amounts shortly a Cemetery, Danville. The trustees of the Stanford High hopes are expressed that inroads of only had flinched when the trial came, and to S1.53G.038.87. This does not in of the Presbytery, having missed check may be the and Graded Schood, at their meeting the submarines put tocommerce. one of its regular meeting in forty picture the disappointment when clude traveling, incidental and misinto HOP STANDS CLOSED UP Wednesday night, elected Prof. M. L. Secretary Lane estimated the losses Tears. For almost that long he has they should discover that he had cellaneous expenses. W. A. Harney and Matt Martin, Cancer, superintendent for the next "been the Presbytery's stated clerk. Over half the membership of the failed in an hour of trial. I should of the past week at 400,000 tons, drink houses of Professor C. G. Crooks spoke a few think that a fellow had rather be present Kentucky House of Repre proprietorsstreet,the softtried before a scholastic year to succeed Prof. W. while the Shipping Board said 300,-00- 0 were Depot who did not stand for reC. Wilson, words for the members of the First dead. I will tell you if this thing sentatives are eitner canaiuuies iu on tons was nearer the correct figDnvison's court election. Prof. Cancer, who now iury in Chutch. expressing their apprecia- amounts to anything and a fellow succeed themselves in the lower Tuesday Judge R. L. tne cnarge oi teaching in the high school atis Rich- ure. afternoon on faithful and fruit- don't go he is going to be spending branch of the next Legislature, or tion of Dr. Green's The American steamer Rockingintoxicating decoction to mond, was superintendent of the ful ministrations and their personal the rest of his life telling why he did want to go to the Senate, or seek selling nn a young man named Alford from the Lancaster High and Graded School ham was sunk by a German submahim. love and devotion to containing not go. other offices. Southern End of the county. The several years ago. He comes highly rine. One bont The steamer thirteen The occasion was a memorable one So that's my situation now. What missing. carried man claimed that he had taken recommended both ns n teacher and men is crew in manv ways, and the congregation I am planning now is this: I think I MRS. SAUFLEY ENTERTAINED nothing stronger than the hops or a gentleman and will be welcomed a gun and a cariro valued at of the First Church greatly appreci- will take the regular army examinamore than $2,000,000. Mrs. Shelton M. Saufley was hos- near-bee- r nut to Stanford. It is ate the tribute paid by both pastors tions for a first lieutenant. Situated tess to the Rook Club and a number admitted sold at those places, him regret, however, a source of general that Prof. Wilson that it had made and people of the other churches to as I am, with a college degree, I can of her friends on Tuesday afternoon drunk, and Judge Davison and others will not be with the school again. His CITY COUNCIL MEETS pass the examinations all right I it her elegant home on West Main their beloved pastor. The rejrular monthly meetimr of high order and he a drunken condition. Dr. Green expressed his own deep think. I have thought it out and think street. The house was beautifully had seen him in standing four to two work has been of a of friends during the city council was held last made a Appreciation of the hearty good will this is the best thing to do. The ex- decorated in vases of spring flowers The jury hung, The four were for has sojourn legion Wherever he and night in the office of Mayor A. B. his here. shown him by both aminations are in July some time and and delicious ices and cakes, in pink for conviction. affection and Florence. The license paid by giving the soft drink men the limit Mrs. Wilson locate their irood wishes Harney and Matt Martin, whoW. A. speakers and audience. I will be able to see you and talk it and hnve colors.of the party, $100 but the other two were will be with them. Miss Ellen Ballou, by Dr. Green over with you before then, and by were green, the served. Mrs. Saufley The benediction conducted soft drink houses here, benutifully small exercises of that time I can tell what is going to proved herself a very charming hos- willing to meet them with a effect- who has had charge of the instrumen- was ordered refunded from April 25 lirought to a close the be No compromise tal music department of the school service of delightful Christian fel- happen, for if there is going to be tess ns usunl nnd it will be with much fine. however, and the could was dis- for a lone time, was elected agnin, to to the date of expiration. Both places ed, lowship. Danville Advocate. peace it will be before July 15, and reluctance thnt her host of friends charged. Both Messrs.jurv as Harney and delight of everybody, and Miss are closed is far as selling hops or near beer B. if not then there is not telling the du- will give her up, as she leaves in a Martin, expressed a surprise at their the 27-3- 1 Elizabeth Higgins, who has taken D. Carter was concerned. Marshal the THE CHAUTAUQUA MAY ration of the war. ordered to enforce short while for Richmond to mako drinks . causing drunkenness and care of the vocal end, will serve in The ladies of the Woman' Club Li Now please don't write and dis her home. The guest prize was won! ' j 1A z yrrmni.ition to uuyAiiurney.. that ennacitv atmin. natrons of the ordinance against auto speeding. The r.re losing no time in disposing of courage thinirs. for I feel bad enoui "Ib.Y. theV "wouW quit selling 'school and her many friends will be oiling' proposition was discussed and Sy?nJsbe.r- - Wood?, Jtfi3 . ictson tickets for the Imeoin Chau-- I'wH 45fe P guests invitea were: Mrs. u. p. t,. xne nrst iNauomu turned over to the street committee .. VJ.W, nr wwPVer the dr nk is. if tho triad to Know, - ..... Vnsflhrda, wnich will stretch its big tent you fully informed. Your son. Cooper, Mrs. J. is. roster, Mrs. w. cases were dropped and the money Bank was elected treasurer of the and some work on the streets was inclusive. in Stnnfoul May 27-3HARRIS. A. Tribble, Mrs. E. J. Brown, Mrs. they had paid for license were re school, paying $125 for the privilege. ordered. Very little business came "Under this big tent twice daily enbefore the body and it was in sesH. C. Baughman, Mrs. R. T. Bruce, funded to tnem. mis was hku-uiu The Lincoln County National Bank's sion hardly an hour. of fame will make it intertertainers WITH THE CHURCHES Mrs. J. C. Bailev, Mrs. T. A. Rice, and Mr. Martin shut up shop at once bid was $105. . the Lincoln Chauesting to all, for Six ministers acted as pall bearers Rice, Mrs. T. W. Penningtauqua brings to Stanford, people at the burial at Lexington of Rev. Mrs. J. S. J. S. Owsley, Mrs. R. C. and Mr. Harney stopped the sale MEETS WITH ACCIDENT forthwith. The latter's place will re lives to lyceum Geo. Varden, a noted theologian and ton. Mrs. TO CONTRACTORS who have given their A message was received here last Hocker, Mrs. Homer Carpenter, of main open as a pool room and eat- in their line. work nnd are artists The Hustonville Graded Common night from Canton, Ohio, by Mrs. scholar. Leximrton. Mrs. W. N. Craig, Mrs. C. inir near- 1 j'.e Chautauqua of last year Was Baptist Church Sunday School at E. Tate, Mrs. E. P. Woods, Miss Su- beer house but no more oi tne to go School District will erect at Huston Belle Perkins, that her son. Walter stuff will be permitted be given U:30 a. m., good, but the program to v brick school build- - Perkins, who is connected with soma bermon, 11 a. m. SpecWoods, Mrs. Annie Engle- Stan- ville a this vear is superior. Higher priced ial sermon. B. Y. P. U. at (5:30 p. m. san Fisher sue fayior r.ngiumun, over the counter. This clears hoped intr and wants bids on it from reli electrical house at that place, had man, miss such places and it is ford of performers have been engaged- and Preaching at 7:30 P. M. oppor- able contractors. Specifications and met with a verv serious accident Mrs. Bettie Bush. Miss Levisa Harris, a have been added. Hinnv attractions Kentucky annual conference of Mrs. W. II. Shanks, Mrs. A. B. Flor that officers will have thebetter bootlegirers blue prints of it can be had from the and was in an alarminc condition. ' The ladies are succeeding nicely in the Methodist church will be held at ence, Mrs. Aiireci rence, iurs. j. tunity to apprehend in the fluid that secretary of the board of trustees, Mrs Perkins nnd her son. Lee Perkins nnd others who deal sel'ing Mmson tickets, but they have Lexington Sept. 5 to 10. Bishop s, Hays Foster, Mrs. James Harris, the people have said thundering John B. Riffe. beatinHustonville, Ky. left this amorning. Dr. J. B. Perkins supplied all of our people with the secretary's received message this morning sayof North Carolina, will preside. Miss Emma Hays, Mrs. W. C. Shanks, tones that they do not in want sold in All bids must them. If they have not called on you The revival at the Christian church iaiv. ing one of his limbs had to be ampuC. McClary, Lincoln county. Martin's license was hands by Saturday, May is, Hays, will do so and when they cal", at Richmond, conducted by Evange- Mrs. J. C.Phelps, Mrs. J. thev The trsutees reserve the right to re- tated and that he was in a very criti of Richmond. almost out and Harney's expires ject any and all bids. along a good thing by buying a list Brooks, continues with unabated Miss Mae help cal condition. about August 1. ticket or two. The season tickets cost interest. There have been 80 or 90 J. D. DEPP. Ch'm Board of Trus. five full days of GRADED SCHOOL $2 and there will be VARNON LOT SALE SATURDAY JOHN B. RIFFE, Secretary. additions. BOND ELECTION entertainment. Looks like a bargain t. CHIEF K. C. SMITH DEAD Bear in mind that some splendid May G: Presbyterian Church you Sunday to a resolution adopted to us, and you will think it is if lots will be offered at public auction School at 9 :55. Everybody to by Pursuunt Chief Smith, for 40 vears a memHustonville the Trustees of the will attend. Harrodburg's police force and tomorrow, Saturday. The VanDevcer go on May G. Morning Service at 11, MARRIAGES .. School district, an ber of "A Bit of the Hallelujah Chorus;" Graded Common held at the school 30 years of the time its chief, died Cough Hang On Ira Grimes, of Gnrrnrd, nnd Miss property, South of town, has been cut Don't Let Your election will be illness. Luella Pullins, of Madison, were mar- into nice building lots and will be Lincoln Monday night after a brief A cough that racks and weakens is C. E. Topic ".Love,"' 1 Cor. 13; Even- building in Hustonville, sold under the hammer beginning at your health ing Service at 7:30. "Does Religion county, Ky.. between the hours of He was a splendid and fearless off- ried in Lexington Tuesday. dangerous, it undermines scars receiva Difference?" and Miss Jane Parker Tamme, former- 10 o'clock in the morning. Auctioneer and thrives on neglect. Relieve it at Make Neal's Creek let all the neigh- I p. m. and 5 p. m., on Saturday, icer in thebore honorable his duty, one discharge of ed At ly of this county, and William Flovd Bain, of Lexington, will cry the sale once with Dr. King's New Discovery. of an eye. Military Band will was the School at 2f30. May 19,. 1917, for the purpose at This soothing balsam remedy heals borhood bewill Sunday by the pastor. of determining whether said trus- of which his legion loss friends call- Parker, of Nashville, were quietly and the Danville Attend and buy music. follow a tees shall be empowered to issue the "Kay," as a fine oldoferentlman and married in Louisville Monday, Dr. W. make the home. the throat, loosens the phlegm, its Preaching Christian Church Regular ser- bonds of said district in the sum of ed him. was L. Winburn, pastor of the Walnut site for a antiseptic properties kill the germ vices than Street Baptist church officiating. Mr. and the cold is quickly broken up. o'clock Sunday. Sunday School at 10 twelve thousand dollars ($12,000) he will be missed probablv more any other citizen of Harrodsburg and Mrs. Parker will make their COLLECTING MONEY FOR OIL followed by preaching; C. E alike find limiand grown-up- s Children not to exceed the constitutional The ladies of the Woman's Club be. The little city is indeed home in Louisville. Dr. King's New Disrovcry pleasant to meeting nt 7 o'clock. the purpose of providing would are succeeding splendidly in collectMethodist Church At the Metho tation, for school building, furniture loser by his taking away. as effective. Have a bottake as well ing money with which to pay a part 10:45 the sermon will a suitable church WILL VOTE ON BOND ISSUE tle handy in your medicine chest for distfollowed atby the communion ser- and apparatus for said district. taxpayers of Hustonville on the oil that will be put on the STEAL MR. TRAYLOR'S CORN bronchial af- be The grippe, croup and all J. D. DEPP. Chairman streets, but they still need a little vice; Epworth League at 7 P. M., fections. At all druggists, 50c. The corn crib of Mr. A. T. Trny-lo-r, Graded Common School district will more of the filthy lucre. At a meeting JOHN B. RIFFE, Secretary Preaching at 7:30. Every Methodist out on Dix river, was broken in- vote Saturday, May 19th. on a bond last night good collections were re HICKS. N.C. and every friend of the Methodist PICTURE SHOW PARTY to Thursday night and a barrel or issue of $12,000 to pay for a school ported and steps were GEO. A. TUCKER taken for a On Saturday evening, April 21, church should bo at Sunday School so of corn stolen. Mr. Traylor phoned huildinc to bo erected in Hustonville more A. J. WEDDLE, Trustees. Mr. Llyman M. Pence gave a picture at 9 :30. Do your part toward making for Lair s bloodhounds and the Hus- on the site of the old Christian Col money.thorough canvas of the city for show party complimentary to Miss more than a million for the state. tonville man had them on tho scene lege, which was destroyed by wind MULE KILLED IN RUNAWAY Messrs. N. W. Fowle, R. M. Black-erbmonths since. It is probable Imogene Doss, of Dawson Springs, Hon. W. G. Gooch had a fine mule in a hurry. The dogs made a good some the bond issue will carry by a CLEM JOHNSTON KILLED Baughmnn went II. C. nnd J. S. who is visiting relatives in Junction that killed in a runaway on his farm in trail to the river, but lost it there, big majority, as everybody in tho In an interurhan wreck between City. After the show the guests re- to Richmond first of the week to see tho Goshen section Tuesday. One of and the supposition is that the paired to the Hotel Rosel, where a Evangelist Brooks about conducting his sons and three hybrids working senmns hnd a boat there in wating West End wants a good school and Louisville B.and Anchorage Thursday Clement Johnston, Sr., was killed light supper was served. u meeting nt the Christian church to a cutting harrow, when the ani- for them. Mr. Travlor is a very de- school building. delicious and a dozen or more of the other The members of the party were: Mr. here. The gentlemen found him will- mals became frightened got termined man and he mav take furand passengers more or less injured. Mr. CLEAR AWAY THE WASTE Llyman M. Pence and Miss Imogene ing to come and the church will take away from him. They ran quite a dis- ther steps to locate the thieves. n was here, Bowels regularity is tho secret of Johnston Do&s, Mr. T. S. Isbell and Miss Jen-pi- e uction on the matter in the next few got tangled up with good health, bright eyes, clear com- where he came as a drummer for Leo Raker, Mr. Bryan Pruitt and days. In the event Mr. Brooks comes tance and later NOTICE! tho harrow, when one of them was years. He represented the grocery Murphy, Mr. James he will begin his meeting early in so bad v Miss Emily The Lincoln Countv National Farm plexions, and Dr. King's Life Pills firm of Johnston Bros. & Co., and is hurt that it died. Fortunate are a mild and gentlo laxative that Tierce and Miss Kate McFarland, Mr. June. ly for young Mr. Gooch ho was not Loan Association will hold a meet- regulates tho bowels nnd relives the remembered by the older grocers of and Mrs. Frank Powell nnd Misses ing on Saturday, May 5th, 1917, at hurt in the mix-uENTERTAINED GRADUATES congested intestines by removing tho Stanford. Steele and Agatha Blnin. Adah 2:00 o'clock, p. m., in tho countv evening Miss Sara On Friday All nccumlated wastes without griping. Wood entertained the graduating MUSCLE SORENESS RELIEVED court room at Stanford,to Ky. pres- Take a pill before retiring and that I. J. MAN WILL BE AT LIBERTY AUTO SPEEDERS NOTICE bo members are requested Tho Interior Journal will have a Unusual work, bending and lift- ent in order to perfect the organiza- heavy head, that dull spring fever The ordinance regulating the speed class of the Stanford High School at Mon-du- y. on East of autos in Stanford will bo enforced her homewas greatlyMain street. Tho ing or strenuous exercise is a strain tion. Those who are not members feeling disappears. Got Dr. Kinc's representative at Liberty next first day of circuit court. If enjoyed by all on the muscles, they become sore s to the letter from this day on. The evening druggist, 25c. New Life Pills at your ioin at you havo any business with this parefreshments and stiff, you are crippled and in are invited to SHANKS, this meeting, speed limit is Ave miles per hour and present. Delightful President W. H. per, want to subscribe for tho "cheapserved. Those present were: pain. Sloan's Liniment brings you ex- were the nuto driver or owner who s. MR. HARLAN TO SPEAK HERE est and best" or need printing of any By Kolly J. Francis, ceeds this limit in the city of Stan Misses Elizabeth Farra, Frank Wal- quick relief, easy to apply, it pene- 35-Mr. Jay W. Harlan, tho Boyle kind don't fail to see him. Nel ler. Belle ford will bo punished according to lie Wilson Russell. Matsv Grimes.Mari- trates wouthout rubbing and drives county candidate for State Senator, Hill, Jean Paxton, out the soreness. A clear liquid, law. Let this be sufficient warning. writes this paper that he will speak COL. DUDDERAR BUYS LAND A. B. Florence, Mayor. By Jesse D. etta Goggiu, Eva Rankin, Lettic Wal- cleaner than mussy plasters or oint- TRUSTEE ELECTION SATURDAY at Stanford Monday afternoon, May Two trustees of the Stanford High Col. J. Fox Dudderar is adding to McKinney, Elizabeth Hunn, Se- ments, it docs not stain the skin or 3(J-- lt ker AVearcn, Clerk. Mount's rena Young, Patsy Perkins, Messrs. clog the pores. Always have a bottle nnd Graded School will bo elected 14, a accepting Mr. time and invitation his holdings in Lincoln county and of that he Joe T. Embry, Ferdinand Matheny, handy for the pains aches of rheuma- Saturday. Successors to G. L. Pen- to division C. Kauffman, Gurrard's soon ho will have acres by the thouWORMS EAT GREEN THINGS H. sand. On Thursday ho bought for a county far- John Cash, Henley Cash, Stith Noe, tism, gout, lumbago, grippe, bruises, ney and W. C. Shanks will bo elect- hopes Mr. A successful Lincoln other entry, will be on hand nnd fancy price of J. B. Sartain 20 acres gardener told the I. J. this Ewalt Givcns, Charles Thomspon, of stiffness, backache and all external ed. It is understooqd that Mr. Penny make a few remarks. mer and adjoining his McPhcrson place. will not mako the race to succeed pain. At your druggist, 25c. morning that it was not good garden- Lancaster. himself but that Mr. J. B. Foster will ing to clean the garden too close of STOP IT! NOTICE FEW GARDEN SEEDS LEFT FOR YOUR CHILD'S COUGH IN BRITISH ARMY TRENCHES run. Mr. Shanks will bo a candidate green things. The cut worms have Tho dumping of rubbish upon tho The Interior Journal has u few of Here's a pleansnnt cough syrup Stanford has one citizen, if not to succeed himself, the I. J. is in got to cat something, and if they can road side is unsanitary, unsightly the garden seeds sent hero by Senanot get grass and roots to live on, that every child likes to take, Dr. more, fighting in tho trenches across formed. nnd detrimentnl to tho drninnge, nnd tor Ollie Jnmo3 on hand and will bo If your child the pond. Percy Stewart, son of they will eat seed and sprouts to the Bell's is prohibited by law, and I will pros- glad to givo them to those calling. has a deep hacking cough thnt wor- Harvo Stewart, of this place, left FEW MARRIED IN APRIL detriment of the crops. caught at ries you givo him Dr. Bell's Pine about the first of .the year and his County Clerk G. B. Cooper in- ecute uny one L. McKEE tho ofTense. RIFFE, J. J. II. Hocker, of Hustonville, sold Liquor tax shedules of the War tho soothing pine balsams whereabouts were unknown until a forms tho I. J. that Anril was poor 35-County Engineer to Yowcll & Eads, of tho same place, "Revenue Bill approved Thursday by relieve the cough, loosens the phlegm few days ago when his mother re- est month as far us issuing marriage hogs at 11 cents. J. W. d 14 the House Ways and Means Commit- und heals the irritated tissues. Get a ceived a check from tho British for licenses ns concerned that ho has tee placed a tax of $2 a gallon on bottle today at your druggist and J a month's salary for her son, who ir had in years. Ho sold only five of tho WASH SKIRTS 98c to $1.98. Sa- - Rout sold to tho same parties four 30-- 1 lGOtpound hogs at 13 cents. whisky and $2.50 a burrcl on beer. start treatment ut once. zuc. in tho standing army of that country. necessnry papers during that montn. lem & Sulem. com--muni- ty 0, a, -alreudy.-'Don't'vronry-tii- rd f J r '&, -' . J! Kiutij5t --- A - 1, u two-stor- - nl Ad-kin- 3G-2- y, well-know- p. Sec.-Trea- 2t y. Tar-Hone- y, 2t 185-poun- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: CRAB ORCHARD Friday, May 4, 1917 money The man with began by puttm&Of some of his first earnings Bank. m trve a Mm to Sunday School Sundny. It looks like Crab Orchard is to hnvc n chnutauqun this year. At least the signs arc pointing that way. Mr. and Mrs. Elam have moved over to Garrard county to live with their children. The Baptist Ladies Aid realized about fifteen dollars nt their bazaar Saturday. The day was such a bad one that these figures are good. Mr. Levi Elder purchased the home and store room and will probably move into it this fall. Is getting Mrs. James Manuel nlong fine and considers Dr. Carpenter one of the finest surgeons to be found and many others think the same thing of this able physician. Miss Bcttie Mudd, who withdrew her application for teacher here next year, has been offered better inducements elsewhere. Many patrons of the school deeply regret that she will not be here again, as the children made rapid advancement under her care nnd she will carry the best wishes of many heie. Mr. Herbert Bcswick. of Lebanon, visited Miss Maymc Holman Sunday. Misses Ruth McCollum and Ruth Andrews, of Junction City, nre visit ing Mrs. Wallace Govcr. Mrs. W. G. Welch, of Stanford, was here Tuesday to see Mrs. James Go Ed-mist- The Union Suits In Which Everyone Can Be Suited Those Those Those Those who are hard to fit who are hard to please who like fine quality who seek real economy f Slim people and stout, short people and tall Munsing W EART It all started wth the first deposit. His bank account grew until he was comfortable. Then the con venience of paying his bills with checks enabled him to keep his accounts straight and saved him time and worry. Happiness was the result of seeing it pile up and grow. All of n sudden he realized he was a man with WEALTH. YOU CAN GROW RICH too, if you will only put the money you have in your pocket RIGHT NOW into the bank and keep on ADDING to it. Do. it. Put your money in our bask We pay 3 per cent interest The Lincoln County National Bank "Corner Next to Court House" Stanford, Kentucky ADDITIONAL PERSONALS Miss Mario, Ballard, who is one of Lewis Warner is recovering from the efficient teachers of the Stanford Giaded School, spent the week-en- d an attack of measles. Little Louise .Moore Jones is re- with her parents. Her friends will be covering lrom a severe tutslc with gratified to learn she has been given a higher grade and an increased salmeasles. n ary. Lancaster Record. Mr. A. G. Eastland, the insurance man, of Louisville, Interstate rate increases of IB per is at The St. Asaph Hotel for a few cent, sought by the railroads of Kendays. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones and Mr. tucky were opposed in a statement isand Mrs. A. II. Severance saw the sued Thursday by Lawrence B. Finn, ball game between M. M. I. and who declared that the attitude of the Eastern Normal at Richmond first of railroads was highly unpatriotic. the week. The latter team was Go to Sunday School Sunday. well-know- Thursday. Two sweet little girl babies have come to reside in our town. One will make her home with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Skiles, the other will stay with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Butt. Both young ladies received a royal welcome, and the high cost of living was forgotten. Mr. Will Pettus purchased the pony and cart of Miss Minnie Woods, of Stanford for Sarah May and Billy and they are enjoying it to the fullest. Mrs. James Manuel is getting along nicely after the operation she lately underwent and we hope she will soon be up again. Go to Sunday School Sunday. Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as tluy cannot reach the diseased portion of the car. There Is only one way to cure catarrhal deafiuss, and that la by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal Deafness is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed you havo u rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, nnd when It is entirely closed, Deafness is the result. Unless the Inllammation can be reduced nnd this tubo restored to Its normal condition, hearing Mill be destroyed forever. Many cases of deafness aro causeel by catarrh, which Is an Inflamed condition of the mucous sur- W. Guest. Mrs. A. II. Bastin and daughter, of Lancaster, visited Mrs. Emma Far-ri- s and Mrs. Bcttie Buchanan last ( Vi ,FOR SUMMER both men and boys millions haye found complete satisfaction and underwear comfort in Nine million garments a year do not supply the demand. If Of particular interest to men is the announce- i 12 Mun-singwea- r. if AUNSIHS STYLE S Comfort See Window Display ment that the loose-fittin- g Munsing-wea- r in an attractive variety of fine woven fabrics, accurately sized. line now includes athletic suits McRoberts & Bailey GENT'S FURNISHINGS Statistics gathered by the board of health show that there were some 5,000 deaths from tuberculosis in Kentucky during 1916, 31 of which are credited to Lincoln county. As tuberculosis is a recognized preventable disease and a curable one under the proper treatment, it is a shame that every thing is not done to sfciy the march of this most terriblp of man's enemies. The Tuberculosis Commission, wtih headquarters at Frankfort, under the direction of Dr. W. L. Heizer, is doing a great work in educating the people to the importance of observing rules ana precautions that will prevent the di- - STANFORD, KY. sease and cure it after It is develop--, ed. Lend them all the assistance in your power. faces Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the s)stem. Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for any caso of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Circulars free. All Druggists, "5c. F. J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo. O. The Interior Journal E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright Entered at the postrffioe at Stanford, Ky., eteond elan mail matter. Clothes as good as we can get them-- w all-woo- For State Senator JAY W. HARLAN H. CLAY KAUFFMAN J. R. MOUNT. For Sheriff J. H. LIVINGSTON. M. S. BAUGHMAN. W. S. DRYE. M. F. NORTH. For County Judge is the slogan just now and it may be taken with profit as an admonition. Be sure to go. It will be an hour well spent and you will help swell the sum total to a number. And the best part of it is, you might get the habit and keep on going every Sunday. Any way give it a trial and be at Sunday school by 0 or 10 o'clock Sunday morning. Don't let anything hinder you from eroinonnd see if vou can't cnt snmp. body to go wtih you. record-breakin- g 9:-3- T. A. RICE For County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY. For Representative H. G. SKILES. is the thing that HAT YOU GET FOR WHAT YOU PAY, DR. W. B. O'BANNON. counts in buying clothes. In other words it's the quality, the For Jailer style and the workmanship that are in the clothes-th- at W. A. CARSON. means GEORGE F. DEBORDE more to you than the price. DINK FARMER JOHN J. MOSER tailored beyond any criticism. The We insist on fabrics being styles are authentic and the latest expression of whatwell dressed men For Assessor CASH J. N. will wear this season. JOHN C. PEPPLES. Superintendent of Schools So when you come heie and pick from among clothes made by HART For GARLAND SINGLETON. SCHAFFNIiK & MAKA, America's foremost makers, we assume all For Magistrate 1st Dist. l, W. S. BURCH W. B. HANSFORD T. J. HIL!,, JR. 1 J. T. DUDDERAR responsibility of your satisfaction. You are assured of real personal Hustonville District service. We strive to see that you get just what you want in quality, For Magistrate .OWENS. SAM M style, price and fit. J. WESLEY HUGHES Men's and Young Men's Suits with pinch or plain back For Magistrate Waynesburg District E. ALLEN. son-in-la- w namChamp Clark has a. ed Thompson, who is the editor of a New Orleans paper, who has undertaken a pretty big job that of de I! Jfi 'j v fit fending Champ's speech and action the selective draft bill, proposed Our special showing of Straws, on President Wilson, and of holding New Spring Hats to suit every man. by Leghorns and Panamas for men and young men, nre unexcelled. A to a personal responsibility all who felt hats for spring, including dare to criticize the Speaker's inde very large assortment of light-weigfensible nosition in this most newest shades with or without the fancy sash band. Every- time, when the country shoi!ld critical i i all the by all thing is the Alpine style $2 to $3.50. Fancy bands, separate 25c, 50c means show a united front to GerI 7H.il KIilV man .Aggression. He denounces former Ambassador Gerard, who was sent home from Germnny, ns a linr and tears his hair beeinse he said in J.urt a speech before the Associated Press gathering in New Yoik that hu ia No matter how tall and slim you are, you will have no trouble in getting the proper length in IDE shirts. sorry he contributed to tho expenses We have a great showing in cotton and lined fabrics in stripes or solid colors, solt or laundered cuffs, of the Speaker, when ho aspired to .&'? " $10, $12.50, $15, $18.50, $20 and $25 ht 111 I 1 ifiS-Iur- x Ide Shirts with or without the collar, in sizes from a boy's 11 2 to a man's 19 Price 50c to $2.00. 1-1-- 2. cloths, weaves and colorings and you will find it a genuine pleasure to make your selections from such a comprehensive exhibition, with soft cuffs only Our Silk Shirt line abounds with all manner of $3.00 to $7.50 Ide Soft Collars, silk and cotton fabric, in all the Price newest spring styles, sizes 11 2 to 16 15 and 25 cents. 1-- be President, and thanked Providence for intervening to saw til's country from putting forward its near States man, it lirer Thompson proposes to whip every ono who now regrets that ho supported Mr. Clark for President in tne convention win; rrnnn:uuu bitten off Woodrow Wilson, he more than ne can masticate, ana it would bo the wise thing for his dad- to suggest that he go awi.y back nnd sit down before somebody deprives him of this lire eating h-i- s w Dutchess Trousers The best made, why should you buy another brand, when these are better by test. Cfl We have received our Spring Oxfords for the men and ladies. fjf Panama Hats, Silk Shirts, all new Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goods. fl 1-- 2. Arrow Laundered Collars, in the new round corners or Ihe very long points in any height your neck calls for. Sizes 11 2 to 20. Price 15c straight. 1-- for nil collars when desired American Flags furnished PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS Stanford's Biggest Store Col. W. P. Walton has beer, ap pointed by Gov. Stanley Chairman of the Publicity Department of the State Tuberculosis Association and on Wednesday he went to work nt Frankfort. Col. Walton will be able to do a portion of his work nt his homo nt Lexington, but will havo an ofllco at r rankfort. Ho will represent tho association at all of the important gatherngs and next week will bo tho delegnto from Kentucky to the Tuberculosis Association, which will hold a meeting in Cincinnati. His friends hero and elsewhere aro glad that his services to party nnd State have at last been recognized and feel to congratulnto tho commission on securing Col. Walton for tho position of Publicity Chairman, knowing full well that ho will dedicate his talent and energy to the cause he will Nn-tion- al ROBINSON'S ' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May 4, 1917 Mrs. Permclla Brown had the misfortune the, first of the week to fall nnd brenk her hip. Mrs. Mnttic Ncvius hns been nt Gilbert's Creek with her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Buck, during the illness of Mr. Buck, who wc arc glad to state Is some better. Mrs. J. C. Reynolds nnd prettey little daughter, Miss Bernicc Reynolds, of Covington, were here this week with old friends. Mrs. Rcyonlds says that "J. C." is doing splendidly in his new work. Mrs. C. I lays Our Country Is Now Engaged In The Greatest War Ever In The History Of The World This Bank can not fight on the firing line, but proposes to do its part by offering and 5,000,000 Corns Lifttd Bight OH I tween KOttlnfT rid of a and to KCt tho way they used to try years rid ko. of It only four or flvo "Clotn-It- " lins revolutionized corn history. It's tho only corn remedy Try S Drops of Magic "Gets-It- " There's a wonderful difference bo corn now Loaning to Its Customers, The Far-er- s Fred Baumnnn has three children sick with measles. Miss Cora Nunnellcy is nble to be out after a siege with the measles. Julian RifTe, son of John 15. Rifle, of Hustonville. has joined the Navnl Hospital Corps at Norfolk, Va. Airs. A. R. Humble has been quite ill nt the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Powell, on East Main street Messrs. Nnthnn Hicks and John H. Rifle, of Hustonville, were in the city Thursday nnd were business cnllers at this office. Clyde Curtis, who has a good position in Detroit, writes that he is doing well nnd is delighted with his adopted home. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Hawkins, .of Corbin, arc tho gcusts of her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bedell Chancellor and other relatives. Miss Jin Newlnnd, who hns been at home nt Crab Orchard for sevcrad weeks, is back in the telephone change. Foster and little daughter, Jane Murrell Foster, have returned home from Pinevillc, where they hnve been the guests of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. O. P. Nuchols. Mrs. Foster is very improved in health. him now. Miss Mnrtha Varnon, who is a student at State College, Lexington, is spending a few days with her parents, Judge nnd Mrs. W. E. Varnon, at the St. Asaph. Judge J. N. Menefce is back from Louisville, where he passed the examination for entrance into the army. He also took the oath, and is here awaiting orders from Uncle Sam. Morgan Smith Baughman is doing so well thnt his father hopes to bring hi nu home Tuesday, Mrs. Baughman, who has been with her son since the operation, has come home and his sister, Mrs. A. B. Florence, is with and The Public all The Money That Their Condition Warrants To purchase Cattle, Hogs, Seeds, Tools, and to hire additional labor to raise bumper crops and animals to feed our brave sailors and soldiers and the people of our beloved country. The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. This Bank will receive subscriptions for 3 per cent U. S. Bonds, known as ihe "Liberty Loan" to raise money for the war. 1-- 2 Misses Annette and Georgia Wray, of Danville, have been the guests of Dr. E. J. Brown was in Lancaster Miss Frances Tate. J. H. Browning and son, Walter Wednesday. Mrs. Kittie Hopper returned homo Browning, of Livingston, have been in this citv for several days. from Louisville Wednesday. Mrs. William C. Pepples has reCollector II. R. Deputy Revenue turned to her home at Covington, af- to Irvine Wednesday. Sauflcy went Miss Pearl Beaumont, of Nichol-asvill- .ter a visit to her mother, Mrs. J. K. was here Sunday with friends. Harris. Prcscott Brown has succeeded Will Mrs. S. B. McKinzie and children Yager in the postoffice and is making are the Kucsts of homcfolks at Mt. a most accommodating and painstak Vernon. Miss Mac Phelps has returned t inir official. Little Miss Martha Ann Fish, who Richmond after a visit to her aunt, has been ill of the measles is able to R. C. Hocker. Mrs. Masters Hubert Mrs. H. C. Wray, of Dan- be back in school. now Mr. and sufferers of L. E. ville, spent Sunday with her mother, and measles.Fish arc the Mrs. Woodie Hale. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL e, Mrs. T. J. Hill, Jr., has returned home from Cincinnati, where she has been the gcust of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruiting. Mr. J. M. Early, of Lexington, is nt Dr. E. J. Brown's ' nminriuni, where he was operated on a few days Now ago. He is doing splendidly. Sec? Jtut 8 Drops of 'firtn-I- t. Mrs. W. R. Willis and tltiee chilTomorrow I'll JmtlwiTliiit Corn Might Off und It's Oono I " dren, who have bo mi living in Danville for several months are here today that nets on tlio now principle, not only of shriveling up the tho cuests of friends en route to corn, hut of loosening tho corn off to make so looso that you can lift It right I Somerset Williams, their home. of Somerset, now James olf with your tinners. Put 2 drops ot "Octs-It- " on that corn or callus i in Uncle Sam's service as a soldier Thnt's all. Tho corn Is boy, passed through to Kockcastle doomed sure ns sunrise. No pain, county Wednesday night, where it is or trouble, or soreness. You do away once nnd for all with supposed he will do guard duty. bandages, salves Col. G. W. Thomas, one of the clevTry and irresponsible what-not- s. was on the loso a corn. Ret it "Gets-It- "surprised andeverywhere, 25c erest drummers merchants road, week. Is sold here with the this a bottle, or sent on receipt of price Col. Thomns still calls Somerset by IS. Lawrcnco & Co., Chicago, home and the people of his town are in Stanford and recommend- proud to hnve him do so. Miss Jessie Powell spent the weeked as tho world's best corn remedy end with her sister. Mrs. Charles Adby The Lincoln Pharmacy and Tho ams, at Hustonville. Misses Mabel Penny Drug Store. Parks and Elizabeth Dye have returned from a pleasant visit to Mr. Mrs. George Kiser will iro to Win and Mrs. William Sadler, of Paint Chester Sunday to spend several days Lick, also friends at Richmond and Lancaster. Danville Advocate. with her husband. Col. S. T. Harris, himself a trustee, Mrs. Marvin Adams, of Lexington, arrived Wednesday night to visit her attended a meeting of the trustees of the D. & D. at Danville Tuesday, mother, Mrs. Annie Newland. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Leach, of the when an election of teachers for the Southern end of tilt county, were in ensuing year was held. Most of the present teachers were the city shopping Wednesday. Editor R. L. Elkin and the hand- Col. Harris tells the I. J. that the some Miss Joan Mount, of Lancaster, school will close a little earlier than were callers at this office Tuesday. usual this year on account of the Mr. J. C. Lynn and family have State appropriation, being iundaqu-at- e during these days of high cost of moved to their home on East Main, recently purchased from E. T. Pence, living. Sr. B THEOL Li WEUASLK" Walter Singleton has been over from Lexington for several days with his parents, Supt. Garland SinK Ill-Sol- SUMMER OPENING TRIMMED HATS IN DRESSY MODELS TUESDAY, MAY 8th Tailored Flats, White Milans, Hemps, Panamas and Georgettes. Low Prices on Graduating and Chautauqua Models "STYLE SHOP" Dr. Price's Old Sland Stanford, Kentucky Greater and Better Sunday Schools for a Greater and Better Kentucky Go to Sunday School Day For All Kentucky Is Sunday, M y Follow the Crowd and GO ! gleton and wife. Charles Masters, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Masters, of this city, who has been quite ill with the measles is thought to be same better. REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. Beg inning Thursday, May 3, and Continuing mfor Ten Days, We Offer Our Entire Stock of Tailored Suits, Silk Suits, Coats and Silk Dresses at Very Special Prices r it9fl 'O0099tttttttd m m m m 9 ALL OF THESE GARMENTS ARE THE LATEST IN STYLE AND BEST MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP, AND WOULD COST MORE TO REPLACE TODAY AND WILL BE STILL HIGHER, BUT WE SIMPLY HAVE TOO MUCH STOCK AND WE TAKE THIS : : : : : METHOD OF REDUCING OUR LINES. GARMENTS WILL NOT BE SENT ON APPROVAL DURING THIS SALE. COATS Our entire line of Coats, both wool and silk will be marked down for this There are about 75 coats to select from and every one is good. A few Wooltex Coats still in stock will also be marked down. Come early to get your choice. SHIRT WAISTS. We will offer a lot of about fifty Crepe de Cnene and Georgette Waists consisting of many single waists in various colors and many styles at very greatly reduced prices. These vary so much in value that we cannot make a uniform price, so each one will have a special price. Tailored Suits $50.00 $45.00 $40.00 $35.00 $25.00 $19.75 $15.00 TAILORED TAILORED TAILORED TAILORED TAILORED TAILORED TAILORED SUITS, SUITS, SUITS SUITS SUITS SUITS SUITS Finest Made, Sale Price Sale Price (except navy and black) (except navy and black) (except navy and black) (except navy and black) (except navy and black) $35.00 $32.50 $29.50 $25.00 $19.75 SILK DRESSES We offer you a line of more than 50 entirely new Silk Dresses in every color and all the wanted materials at specia reductions for this sale. Dresses for street wear, for afternoon and evening and all prices from $13.50 to $85 1 $14.75 $11.75 SPECIALLY LOW PRICES ON ALL SILK TAILORED SUITS DURING THIS SALE CHILDREN'S DRESSES 98c We offer a lot of about 00 Children's 6 to Gingham Dresses at choice for 98c. These were $1.25, $1.50, and $1.75. Nothing the matter except we have too many. Made of the best fast dye ginghams and none can be bought now to sell under $1.50. It will pay you to buy a year's supply. 1 98c 14-ye- ar ft 9 NEW LINE SUMMER DRESSES Summer We have just received the first shipments of our new Gingham ideas in fancy French Dresses, consisting of the very latest Dresses real Linen Dresses, Voiles, Nets, Organdies, etc. More arriving every day. These range in price from $6.50 to $20.00. WOOLTEX Be PRE-SHRUN- K WHITE SKIRTS nre-shrun- sure to count in one or more or these crenume Wooltex wash skirts in your Summer wardrobe. Prices are $4.00 to $7.00 and each one is really worth the price. Cheaper white Wash Skirts at $U00 to $2.00. k m ENTER OUR JACK TAR MIDDY SPELLING CONTEST FOUR PRIZES OFFERED! m A. B. Robertson & Bro., Danville j The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: HUNDREDS Friday, May 4, 1917 TELL mules to J. II, Poyntcr for heifer at 7 2 cents. OF Harry Hill bought of J. L. Bcnzlcy $385; to T. C. Rankin n pair of horse mules ofr $350. a nice Jersey cow and calf for $75. R. G. Pettus sold to Colcord Coal M. S. Baughman sold to Elmer Ends n fine Jersey cow and calf for Co.. of Jarrolds Vnllcv. W. Va.. a snanking good team of Kentuckians All Over State $715. G. Fox sold for Robinson & Fox horse mules for $535. He recentB. in the past few weeks 09 broke mules ly bought these mules from Taylor House of Garrard and were considerat $137.50 to $235. Find Tanlac Great Help. J. L. Hutchins, of Bovle bought ed the best team in three counties. J. P. Rogers has been quite sick of S. C. McConnell, of that county, but is better now. hogs at 14 50 Rev. F. D. Palmctcr, of Lancaster, John B. Anderson sold to J. M. NEW TONIC GAINS FRIENDS Cress 30 barrels of corn nt $0.50 pastor of the M. E. church there, was Three bills, passed during the and two cows and a bull for $240. in the pulpit here nt the Methodist session of the Kentucky R. L. Berry sold to Yowell & Ends were vetoed by Gov. Stanley, hogs averaging about 200 pounds, CENT ADS One provided for taxing restaurant Hundreds of ICuiitiirlilniiM do not lies. 20 go from Mny 12 to 15, at $14.50. essh (Adi hrre worn feti Itatc to couio nut publicly III priilse of to T. W. Jones bought of Harry Frye with order: rno 1 cent s thin 85s f lune,imtne.) checkroom privileges, another lookeh fl 1pm ed vesting the title to land sold Tun In v. Men mid women In every part 14 hogs nt 13 cents n BUNGALOW APRONS at 59c. Sa- for to tnxes in the claimant who occuof tliu xtiitc have Iiwii helped Imek to pound instead of 14 cents ns report- lem & Salem. 30-- 1 pied it and paid the taxes, and the Kawl lleiillli liy tills new tonic, llcie ed in Tuesday's paper. FOR SALE Sow and pigs. Good would have are JiNt a few of the hundreds of J. K. Bnughman, of the Morelnnd ones. Jesse A Mnnning, Stanford.35f thirdpaying taxes. extended the time for statements made liy people of the Who section, had the misfortune to lose a FOR SALE OR RENT. The Sti jack a few very fine Grass Stittc hi rejiiml to Tanlae: days ago with something like distem Asaph Hotel. See Attorney T. J. SAr.YnitSVrr.I.R- - Xaney J. Powers: per. OHIO WOMAN'S WISH f Mr. iiaughman nati rciuscci ,ouu Hill. Jr. "1 wris tniulileil with my Htomuoh uiul SADDLE The friend who bor him. rhoumutio p.tins. My nuisctcs were forB. For Tired, Weak, Nervous "Women W. Leigh, of the West End, rowed my saddle will please bring it sore and in food didn't seem to dl- Allen, of Casey, home. J N. Saunders. Robert Bellefontnlnc, Ohio. "I wish every hlneo tukim; Tunliiv food bought of yearlings at $32. He pur FOR SALE Lincoln Wonder. b tired, Wenk. nervous womnn pnnM hava doofin't dlhtmli m stomaeli and the five black Mays a sow and five Inge "SEED CORN." Sec E. T. Vinol, for I never spent nny money in chased of E. L. pains have disappeared. Tanlac Is shouts for $55. Mr. Leigh bought a Pence, my life that did me bo much cood as f Jr.,, Stanford. surely :t ureal medicine." party below ' spent for Vinol. I was weak. Mrs. J. L. Holtzclaw, NURSE. BUIINKinn ('. v. ume, lumber In- small lotntof corn from a spector: trained nurse, offers her services to tired, worn out nnd nervous, anil Vinol "Headaches, constipation Liberty & $0. Cress bought in Rockcasmade mo strong, well nnd vigorous after people of Stanford and vicir.i-tand nei vihihik-shad caused me to tle Jones county, a car load of hogs, mixed the everything else had failed to help me, 35-u become so that I was to 13 cents. and I can now do my housework with to woik. T.mlac was recom- weights nt from 12 SCRAP IRON higher See me nnd mended to me tiy several fi lends. Thev also bouhgt of Will Matheny get prices before you sell. W. P. pleasure." Mrs. J, P. Lambou. McCor-mac- k We gunranteo Vinol for all weak, Now I eiui do ii day's work with any- 43 light hogs at 12 cents; of hogs nt. Buchanan, Somerset street, Stan& Gnnn 21 nervous, debilitated conbody " p cents; of Frank Smith five ford. 13 ditions. VAi.t.HY .STVTIO.V Ceoixe Kay, I HAVE about 50 bushels of hemp hogs at 13 cents and a r.iniiet"Cor more than a year I hogs seed left. Any one needing seed will The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. bunch containing 70 I win triii'ili-iwith my stomach. do well to call on J. W. Badgett, 13 cents. & Allen nt Office Phone No. 5 vv'i4iu v ai.e at niKiit with cramps. of Mvors 30-J. M. Gooeh, out on the Goshen Stanford, R F. D. No. 4. Carter's Livery and Feed Stable Affr tbtec Imitles of Tanlac' my pike, has a very valuable brood mare WANTED Four" good work sto.n:i h never bothers me. Tanlac which is suckling her 13th colt. From teams, to plow or use to hemp drill, M. CASEY it, a ureat tonic." sold $1,000 will pay $0 a day for the drill teams. STKlMtCNeilWItC! IJlzu Vounw, mer- this mare Mr. Gooeh has 33-Surgeon and he of chant: "Mysystem had becomu so run- worth and colts colt left. still has the Call Josh Jones, Stanford, The colt bv one man; Good tobacco WANTED down had trouble netting n jjood mare will ground is and If, nnd bed is nlBht's sleep. With my (Irst bottle of her side is a fine filly mare, he hoping interested broke at once. C.Sown. keep her for a brood Cattle and Hogi Vaccinated L. Carsee me Tanlac I benan to feel stloiiKer, and she may turn out to be as valu- ter. Stanford. R. F. D. No. 5. that 344p now sleep better than In years." as her mother, now KILGOKK Joe W. Cotton, fanner: "1 able an animal BREED your cows to my Jersey am In my .seventy-nint- h ear and 17 years old. bull Will make the season at $2.00 naturally am snltji-e- t to ailments, parnt the gate. Gatewood Bcazlcy, StanCINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS ticularly stomach. sMure hexinnlnK Hogs Receipts 3,700 head; strong ford, one mile on the Danville pike, lp FARM LOANS Tanlac t hno felt so much hti oncer I have 50 barrels of FOR SALE. that I wi (ontimie mini,' it until my packers and butchers $lfi.'jo(r0.ro; u. uu to choice ,yj.uu(rti'i.i;,gooii wiiuu uom, xvi &.ue, au common Over 3 Million Loaned Through stomaeli feels entirely well." stags $8. 00 (fS 12.75. Cattle Receipts are in the market, sec me at once. Thi Office H. Thompson, Preachersville. 35tf 500 head; steady; steers $7.50(5)11.-'J- . Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stan- 00: heifers $7.500'r10.75: cows $0,251 Fine SALE OR TRADE ford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. (fi)9.50. Calvs strong, $7.00 $5 12.50. saddle and harness stallion; black; Sheen Receipts 200 head; steady. (10 2 hands; fine style and action. Coleman, Proprietor. INSURANCE 'Will sell right or trade for work Tannic can now be obtained in fol- Lambs steady. stock or farm him to right party. BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE lowing nearoy cities: Morelar.d, AbJ" Cartcr' Wayncsllf Cheapside & Short Lexington, Ky. SCHOOL TEACHER jSy?.John raham Minks; Huatonville. Adams Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-buJoe Mc Williams; Middleburg, "Wards Off Nervous Break Down Allmrtis, Fa. "I am a teacher in this W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne public schools, and I got into a very nerChick Feed Bros.; Brodhead, John Robins; Lan- vous, condition. I could not caster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, slecn and had no utmctitc. I was tired ' J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. all the time.Iy sister asked me to try Vinol. I did bo, and within a week my A. Horton. appetite improved and I could sleep all night nnd now 1 feel well and strong." Howard Green, of Rosa M. Kcllek, Alburtis, Pa. Iiurgin, was slit by a tramp. Green TRY IT! We guarantee Vinol, which contains was able to reach the residence of beef and cod liver peptones, iron and Allen E(lclen,the horseman, who took mango peso peptonizes, and glycerohim to ISurgin, where doctors profor riuvdowu conditions. nounced his wound serious but not phosphates fatal. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford. Ky. PREACHERSVILLE LAND, STOCK AND CROP Go to Sunday School Sunday. Go to Sunday School Sunday. J. M. Cress bought from Josiah W. A. Brent sold to W. H. Boone, Anderson a seven-year-ohorse an nged horse for $78. John M. Stone sold to R. C. Arnold mule for $155; sold a pair of three-year-old 722-poun- ld EXPERIENCE n d seven-ye- ar-old seven-ycar-ol- d I 200-poun- d church Sunday night and preached to n good crowd. P. B. Thompson is digging a cistern. C. P. Anderson, of Stanford, is doing the work. Mrs. J. J. Thompson has returned home from Stanford. She is reported much better. The pie supper last Friday night was a decided success, over $28 being realized. The proceeds will go for the benefit of Drake's Creek Farmers Band. Tho band boys were on hnnd and gnyc some good numbers. We predict a bright future for the boys ns they seem interested in the work and are doing their best. Herbert Jones is their musical director. WILL NOT GO BACK TO THE CHURN AS LONG AS SELL CREAM TO I CAN The Tri-Sta- te Butter Co., Cincinnati, SCHNITZLER. SAYS MRS. CHRIS -A- -WORD It won't be a year until the 6th of June since we went into the cream business. We only milk six cows and have told $288 wortk of cream. I would not go back to the old time churn at long ai I can tell cream to the BUTTER COMPANY. I just love to tend out cream to the and It tavet the hard labor on a woman of working butter in the tummer. TRI-STAT- E TRI-STAT- 130-poun- d Try Selling Your Cream to threo-yenr-ol- d 35-t- THE TRI-STAT- E BUTTER CO. CINCINNATI, O. Kr-il- , 3G-l- )i Capital Stock $75,000 Tri-Stat- 32-t- v. riiu-dow- tin-ub- le 2t We are buying cream direct from over 20,000 farmers. No commission agents or ttation men takes a profit off your cream. Ask any e patron what they think of us, or write for free trial cans. 1- -2 170-poun- d run-dow- 35-2- 1- - 105-poun- d 200-poun- l d 2t tf 1 J. Veterinary Dentist and CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD! U. S. Government T ests Prove It. ARTICLES Eggs Beef, sirloin Mutton, leg Pork, loin LhcciQ Rice Milk 44S 1030 103S 1365 1489 Wheat Flour 385 410 Energy 10 cents will buy 1 5 Per Cent M I Butter Breakfast Foods .. .......I lo5 3040 , 'for W. KING & SON Wheat Flour ENERGY Potatoes Beans, dried 2025 2950 6540 (U. S. Department of Agriculture Farmers Bulletin No. 142) Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities r, run-dow- n i PURINA PURINA Scratch Feed PURINA Chower J. H. Baughman & Co. Save Time Lag il,.z?3a?Eilr and Money by Buying W. H. HIGGINS Main Street Stanford, Ky. buildings. (2) Lots 10 to 20, both inclusive, wili then be sold separately, and then as a whole and the bid accepted which realizes the greater sum. These lots range in size from about 2 to 1-- Tennis Goods Balls !5 Commissioners' roof dwelling, a barn and other out- a BOSS : Racquets Nets SALE OF OIL, Splendid Building Lots Baseball Gloves Mits Bats Balls Masks AND Nine Room Metal Roof House In obedience to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at the November term, 1916, in the action of Mrs. Sallio Varnon, etc., against Mrs. Sallio Varnon's Truswill on Fishing Supplies The tee, the undersigned Commissioner Saturday, May 5 1917 beginning at 10 a. m., on the premises, offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, the "VanDeveer Property" in the southern suburbs of Stanford, Lincoln county, Ky., in the following sub- 2 acres. (3) Lots 1 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 in size from about 1 2 to 7 acres. Lots 10 to 20 inclusive contain in the aggregate about 30 acres and lots 1 to 8 inclusive contain in the aggregate about 20 acres. Lots 10, 11, 12, 1,3, 14, and 15 face Somerset street with frontage ranging from 135 to 180 feet and an average depth of over 600 feet. Lots 16, 17, 18, 19, and 20 face on pike with frontage ranging from 145 to 180 feet and an average depth of over 600 feet. Lot 1 of about 7 acres faces "Cut-Ofpike nnd reaches town branch and has a tenement house of three 3 AIR STOVE Oil-A-ir Siqyes 1-- Pence & Hill, Furniture Men STANFORD, KENTUCKY F-E-E-D-S Cut-Of- f" f" Lincoln Pharmacy $2,500,000 Swiss Cleaners & Dyers 617 Fourth erset street at Menefee and McKob-ert- s corner near old pond. 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 divisions: (1) Lot No. 9, of about 6 acres, Menefee's corner on Somerset street containing a frame metai to southwest corner of W. P. Grimes' lot; a 40 foot street is to run from Stock Pen Phone No. 1 this street between lots 7 and 8 on one side and 2 to 6 inclusive on the other to southeast corner of No. 6 and from that point 30 feet wide to Somerset street; a 15 foot alley is to run in rear of lots 2 to G inclusive. The whole tract to bo sold as above indicated is in tho southern suburbs of Stanford, Lincoln county, Kentucky, bounded on the north by land proves economy in having of Menefee and St. Asaph Branch; season's most Clothing, east by "Cut-Off- " pike and W. P. Rugs, Carpets, Etc., Grimes; south by J. S. ITccker and kid, DRY CLEANED. Mat Myers; west by Somerset street and containing about r7 acres. SWISS SERVICE is as close as Your Post- xne object or tho sale is tor a reinvestment of tho proceeds. man. CLEAN DYE EVERYTHING! TERMS: The sales will bo on a Send via credit of six months. Tho purchasers we do for rest. will bo required to execute bonds information. with good security, payable to the Lincoln Trust Company, bearing 6 per cent, interest from date of sale until paid, having tho force and effect of judgments and secured bv lien on the property sold. R. M. E. D. PENNINGTON. Matter Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court. Headquarters for Beat incorporated Avenue . Maps showing tho location of the Louisville, Ky. lots may be scon at each FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE WE of tho Stanford banks and at law NINE STORES offices of P. M. McRoberts and J. B, Staaford, Ky. Paxton. Pkme 168 and 4S. Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, and C are to face a new 30 foot street leading to Som- rooms. We are Headquarters for PURINA FEEDS PURINA DAIRY FEEDS More Milk. PURINA MOLASSES HORSE FEED More Vim. PURINA FATENA MOLASSES CATTLE FEED More Fat. PURINA PIG CHOW Greatest Hog Grower. These Feedt are giving the bett retults possible. Place your today. Sold only by or-d- er T. W. JONES Residence Phone No. 176 Was Spent in 1916 for Cleaning and Dyeing in the United States the treu Wearing Apparel, your That Ladies' Pumps The attractive offerings, in dull patent leather and white canvas. The WE AND Parcel Post the Write W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard Kentucky NEWLAND CASH for ACCOUNTS where in United States. Collection guaranteed or no charges. : : : : : MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY I Somerset, Ky. w We get you cash on Accounts, Notes, Claims, by collecting: quickly any- OPERATE DIFFERENT court-hous- e,