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I 4 j ' t '- .'Ww r: :WhV: ; " r -- IP fcJQLlJ tt-tj?t- !- - Jt iflPM A. 1 - r- - INTERIOR JOURNll Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, May II, 1917 II o. lr DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER DIRECT TAXES OF $33 EACH LAST SAD RITES ONLY SEASON TICKETS COUNT Reprcscntatlvo Joseph G. Cannon, The Inst sad rites of Mrs. II. C. The war tax bill, extending Its ex- has Club, which brings Ho just cclcbrutcd his Slst birthday. Rupley, whoso denth wns told of in theThe Woman's to Stanford May 27 Scleetiv cises to the fabric of ovcry American is rniprovinp. n qwiae Chautnuqua newspapers may have to Tuesday's Interior Journnl, occurred to 31, is using its every endeavor to ngfccA Ilcrlln are. irac w lclier nolo to lie home, formally was presented to the publication pastor, t again after several days' .scriojta iioum Wednesday iiy tho Ways nnd suspend supply of nows-nrln-because of the Thursday morning" whon her her fu- sell season tickets and $800 worth fixing-'- . t. Dr. W, 1). Wclburn preached Means comittee, with plnhs for quick limited J UC"Oe disposed of be- conscrfn An attempt was made to assassin-nt- c neral nt her late home on Logan of them have to be out. Thb money clusive.sj (he ''hlckpr" nuts will passage cWi konn fore they can pay President Mcnocnl nt Havanna, nvenuc. The remarks were very killed by the- - cold wcather we Ad a foretaste of whnt may come Mt be taken in at the door will go to the posnl wa nnd touching nnd must hnvo Chautauqua people. The Indies have Inter, It proposes special taxes to Cuba, by moanj of bomb explosion. 5 Mrs. John Russell, the mother of enrried comfort to the hearts of those to raise $800 and tho season tickets stubbornly,, i' . Mr. ID. & Kennedy and 'Wife nro raise $1,800,000,000, In addition to v'y KttMtsiof.hls slitter, Mrs. LIzIc)SMy- - the prcicni normal annual revenue 24 sons, has been adjudged insano whose loss has been so great. Some compose the only revenue for them. yielded lo 14 i4.A f pur llllVll. of $1,000,000,000. When Its terms at Tcrrc Haute. Ind. She Is G8 .years of Mrs. Iluplcy'a favorite songs were Will you help them? Stanford peo- prohibition nt-- j y-rV sung by n quartette composed of ple do not lag at any time and es,Mr. J. U: Walker hna returned nrc effective, the American people old. Three dram S. Misses Josephine Carpenter nnd MinJoseph Benson Fornker, cx-V hew from a few days' visit with will be paying direct taxes of $33 pecially will they up like men ntlon by Rene'"i very prominent repub- nie Straub nnd Dr. Wclburn nnd Mr. when they know comothe success of would never eta nvllle. for each person. The people of the Senator nnd n that Meadows, one of our British Isles half as many pay lican, is dead nt his home in Cincin- J. C. McClary. After the services the the coming event will depend on snee and Lor nil nati. who has been taxes of $00 for each person. farmers, remains wore tnken to Harrodsburg them making good their piedgej to her. the nlncinc In Lexington coal Is selling at $7 and laid to rest. The following gen- take season tickets. ' , ji i tHte HI M vut agiun. n wreath upon Whilo the principal tf.fT.rJV r "II Tri.pli. nt M i loliuiv. the new war levy are. the features of per ton, flour nt $2.20 per sack of tlemen acted as pall bearers: Messrs. with the Chautauqua The contract Gen. Grant and people was increnses in 24 pounds nnd $17.7C per barrel in T. D. Ncwlnnd, Sr., d bouncing son to re- - Income and profits taxes, Increases In '$7 N. Mcnefee, made on the belief that those who French residents j J. left n Sr E. T. Pence, Sr., J. O. Nowland, signed the cards taking tickets whoch members .i I .II1UC Will) UI, limi !! iwuii; wn" internal revenue rates, nnd increnses wood. William A. Robinson, for half a J. A. Allen nnd W. P. Kincnid. Quite had jason on prn iiuii. would pay for them. Tho Interior slon greeted thelr-'- j of customs duties, mnny of Its pro;frKi Ills ninny friends arc Kind to sec visions' rench tho Innermost struc- century n lender In the business nnd n number of friends of tho family Journal believes they will do so. Lnst cd the activities 'Dn J. C. Kelly out ngaln nftcr sev- ture of every home nnd make up n religious life of Louisville, died nt accompanied the body to its last year the ladies .cot half of the money envoys in tho na resting place. eral days' Illness. Tho doctor wns list of taxes, probably tho most for- John Hopkins Hospital. v' taken in nt the tent door, but they yesterday. Mrs. Alvle Perry, nged 23, slashgreatly missed by his numerous pa- midable ever faced by the American Attacking on a fr are getting n much better program, ed her throat while standing before WILLING TO SERVE trons. one costing n great deal more, tnd miles in the Lake people. n mirror nnd died a short while later Mr. George P. Bright, who served were unable to make as good a con- Macedonia, British.-There Is less bootlegging in this 'Flie household llifht. valiantly In the Civil Wnr as a solwing took Teutonic! vicinity nt present than has been phone bills, admissionhent and tele- nt her home near Maysville. Leaders of both parties in Con- dier under Forest, tells the I. J. that tract this year as last. years. We consider this amusements, fire and light tickets of on n front of two mil known for Insurance, nthpr flant-ltd due to the team work of our city railway tickets, automobile, automo- gress have pledged their support to his services nre at the disposal of his HANDSOME STATEMENT the Administration's plnn for ships, country now or at any other timo he fathers. bile tires nnd tubes, soft drinks, called the billion dollar program. That was a handsome statement about a mile, according lb is called. He, of course, could not A certain party In our town has postage rntes, golf v. nnd County National Rank oinciai communication. Charles t.. vawter, former profes- shoulder a gun and do fighting the Lincoln Its patrons General debate on th ,bccn caught on two different occas- bnll bats, club dues clubs n host bnv nnd sent out to of sor at Virginln Polytechnic Institute, in the trenches, but hemuch and friends 000 War Revenue Bill! Is willing to ions In n very embarrassing position, evcry-da- y necessities or luxuri- was nciyiitted by a Jury in the do whatever ho can in these parlous this week, nnd it was also a mighty yesterday in the House's one In tha Geneva section and ngnln other es, come under tho taxation. Circuit Court of the times that would rebound to the in- good one, showing that institution to tntives with leaders nf.'-- l in the Green Itlver Ford section. Tho Increased postage rntes newsterest of his country. The suggestion bo in a splendid condition. The U. S. supporting it. Some attae grand jury will no doubt be called on papers, arranged In n zoneonsystem, murdo? of Stockton Heth, Jr., During n quarrel over-telephone is made that old soldiers be selected flag ornaments the first page of the made on individual featurea-'n- 4 to Investigate and decide on the ense. arc such that publishers say will line, Jordnn Welch, of Going. Tcnn., to act nsregistrars when the work statement and below it the announceLeslie J Bnugh has passed the the united states has arraf force many killed his son, of (Irafting for the army begins. Mr. ment is made that subscriptions arc make a loan of $75,000,000 to nt Ixulsville, nnd Is now ness. Protestsnewspapers out of busi- near Middlesboro, ngainst many features Alex Welch, nged 30, nnd then turn- Bright will gladly serve in that capac- received by the bank for the Liberty gium. which would be expended" n full fledged soldier in Undo Sam's Loan 1917. The bank was never nre pouring Stato Guards. He will probnbly be of tho lnw will center in in, nnd at- ing the weapon on himself inflicting n ity nnd asks no remuneration for his betterofcondition than now, with in the Belgian Relief Commission Tl it he died. loan will be advanced ntk'the rate' services. If enough old vets could be rest-bearing located for the present guarding tacks on committee, whichthe Scnnte wound from which forty-siaccounts amounting to of $12,500,000 a monthofwWch will conSpokesmen for Western gotten to do the work that way a rnilroad" bridges. Mr. Bnugh volun- Finance duct public hearings on it and prob- railroads told the Interstate Com- big saving to the government would $535,1G2.18. The deposits are $348, $7,000,000 will be available for reteered his services to his country ably make some amendments. merce Commission that the proposed be made and at the samo time the 789.40. A statement of the Lincoln lief in Belgium and $5,000,'000, for which Is n very commendable act. Trust Co. also appears in the fold- relief in Northern France. . There is some objection to hurry- increase of lfi per cent. In freight work would be well done. Tho oil wefl question is topic here h er. That institution is just a year the An armed American liner fired six nnd lndicaMna arc that drilling will ing passedbill, nnd it probably will not rates would foil by $20,800,000 to until tho early part of next meet advances in the cost of labor THE CHAUTAUQUA MAY 2731 old and has made rapid strides. It has shots nt a submarine on May, 2 oft ' toon bo l operation. The Daniel be nnd mntcrials already made nnd an disThe Interior Journal is glad to loans far in excess of its capital stock the coast of Ireland. The lloonc Oil Co., has consisted to them week. ticipated. . state that senson tickets to the Chau and is in every way in a most satis- appeared" after the first shot, but it a steam drill outfit placed here on n factory condition. Surgeons of Ken tauqua at Stanford May 27 to 31, IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES is not known whether the undersea The Rnilwny ca'r ready for unloading. We under, boat was. hit. R. II. Vandivier is dead in the Cor- - tucky held an interesting meeting in inclusive, arc going rapidly and the stand the first well will be drilled POSTPONEMENT DESIRED A decrease in British vessels sunk nbout two miles south of this place nishville section of Mercer, aged 8fi. Louisville nml elected the following prospect for n big crowd at each sesAn effort is being made to cot by submarines Is shown in the report on Green river. niter r in ley lias lieen appointed ofllcers for the ensuing yenr: Dr. L. sion is exceedingly good. Stanford Ju,dge Charles A. Hardin to postpone for last week, when only twenty-fou- r Wallace Hushes, little son of Mr. postmaster nt Altnmont, Lnurel M. Scott, of Jcllico, president; Dr. people nnd those surrounding realize me .May term ot tne Lincoln circuit it, L. Bird. Latonin, first vice presi- the big saving that is made by buying were sent down. nnd Mrs. W. II. Hughes, is progress county. The Federal II. K. McKay, IJardstown, season tickets and they are getting court, which is set for May 28th, un Shipping ing excellently after his miserable Board I he wife of Jo KusscII. a promi dent; Dr limb. The nent Columbin merchant,'- - Js dond) 'pecond vice president, nnd Dr. II. C. them. Everything points to a success- til n week later, June 4th. two good bought from American owners sevsufTeiing with u broken ful Chautauqua and the delightful reasons nrc given, the best of which en Austrian merchantmen, totaling compelled to have ngca 50. Jnsper, Richmond, secretary-treasurelittle Tallow was jy forward to with is the circuit court room will not be 52.051 tons, for $0,778,000. Dr. J. II. Kinnnird, Lancaster, Is senson is looked on account of the his limb Daniel Hoone Faulkner, nger".7J, Kentucky has 202,000 men bepleasure by people generally. If the ready for occupancy by May 28th. ugly shape It wns left In. Dr. Chil and n prominent citizen of Knftx-- I the retiring president. ' county, near Elkton, weather is good the crowds that will but it is believed that it will be a tween the ages of 21 and 30. incluIn Todd dren, of Hustonville, wns summon county, is dead. week later, and another is that it will sive, who will be subject to draft if ed to take chnrgo of the Judge C. A. Arnold bought the Charles Millcn, his wife, Mrs. Bcttie attend the Chautauqua this year will with the Chautauqua, Our city fathers met last Thurs- handsome Alex Walker home nt Lun Milieu, their son, Elmore and his break the good record made n year conflict 31st, inclusive. Many of May the army conference report adopted 27th to day nicht. There was nothing of wife, Mrs. Amy Millen, were slain ago. Let us join in the hope that the attorneys nnd others who desire the today is ratified by the House and caster nt n fancy price. to Senate. There are about 10,027,300 broucht before the meetwith an nx by Frank Millen, n son weather "man will do his best. The D. M. Chcnnull home at d attend ench session of the Chautau- men of these ages in the United ing with tho exception of the tax was bought by Dr. D. J. Wil- of the nged Milieus. The slayer left qua would be deprived of the pleas- Stntes. AGED PREACHER DEAD question. Practically every one 1ms liams, of Ford, for $11,000. a note stating that he had killed It will bo virtually impossible for Rev. J. T. Chastecn, one of the ure. It is hoped that .Judge Hardin I'ald There is no use tryinc to' dodi;e W. II Wood, aged f.0, was throwji them to avoid earthly sufferings. Afgrant request nnd the Inter- this as it only causes extra work for from his buggy and killed on his wny ter committing the deed he phoned oldest ministers in the county, died will Journal the certain thnt he will un- county nnd city registration boards is to exercise favoritism in enrolling the tax collector. Mr. '.. V. Smith, from his home to Richmond. the sheriff what he had dpno. saying nt his home near Turnersville and tor he good reason not to soldiers under the selective draft less our citv marshal and tax collector, i Judge' C. A, Hardin, of Harrods-bur- thnt by the time he arrived nt the was buried in the Campbell cemetery do so. has some act, according to n statement issued the riKht man In the ritsht place and home he would nlso be dend. He was near McKinncy at 2 o'clock Wednes is In Washington Qty. by Provost Marshal Gen. Crowder. Is experleneinn very little trouble In founil hanging from n rafter of the day afternoon. The old gentlemnn on Senator James" Thursday. LAYING UP FOODNSUPPLIES Officials nre warned that any attempt had been in very feeble health for a collertinir from the people who are The Q. &. C is contemplating ex- home. A Stanford merchant told the I. J. to do so will be punished. worth while. Of course there arc al- tensive improvements nt Ludlow nnd lonz time and his death was expect yesterday that he had sold more ways a few Jonas who trv to d"d(jc mny move the shops from Somerset ed ror years he had bsoii u Jlaptist goods in WITH THE CHURCHES the past month or so than S. H. S. GETS HER SHARE the law, but such fellow's hat or to that city. The Baptist church at Lancaster rrei.cher and had held a number of in years: that people are buying sugis not rout caucht off their bodies The annual high school tournaCentre College will give diplomas has extended n call to Rev. C. S. Cnl- - cl . gc during his careei. He wa ,i ar and flour by the barrel who forexempt. to its senior students who now enlist lison of Iron Gate, Vn. ckcr man and a good citfc.cn and merly got it in small sacks. He thinks, ment which is held nt Lexington, is in the military service, without re Christinn Church bundny. Mny will be missed in the neighborhood and very likely he is right, that they taking place this week. Heretofore HIGHLAND quiring them to take the examina 13 Sunday School at 10 o'clock fol he had lived so long. He .was 72 nre laying up the food supplies, Stanford has been well represented & Notwithstanding the cool wenther tions in June. lowing by prenchin nt 11 o clock. C years old and is survived by his wife. fearing the scarcity that is predicted in the events and this year the local contestants R. K. Turlcv. Jr.. of Richmond. E. meeting nt 7:30. which he have had for some days our their will pinch them.- - Whether or not parts very are performing MISS COOPER ENTERTAINS creditably. Miss Presbyterian Church bundny 1.1 farmers still continue planting corn who has been in the coast artillery that scarcity will come, those who Russell and Miss Nellie Wilson Bello Miss Lyle Cooper was hostess to Morning Hill. School at 9:55; etc six months, has been promoted Sunday for ore buying now are seemingly makWhile playing with a pistol yester to a lieutenacy. He Is a nephew of Sen-icnt 11. "Songs Thnt Mean the Dixie Rook Club on Thursday af- ing good investments for foodstuff. who went from here to enter in tho vocal matches, were awarded tho ternoon. A delicious salad course was son of Mr, it. T. Uruce, of this city. day. David, the like everything else, thigh - S. Warfleld. was shot In the King's Judge W. H. Phillips, of Jessa- !Pllr.t,..l,in U'ili'r:n,l " Ian1m 110- - served. Those present were: Mrs. J. er and higher daily is getting high- first place, for a duct. Both of these and there's no young ladies have excellent voices L. MrKec RifTc. Mrs. C. Hays FosDr. C. M. Thompson, of mine, is a candidate to succeed himEvening service nt 7:30. telling where it will stop. nnd their nbility was soon recognized. 'Mountain, was called and dressed the self as county judge. If he is elected At an election of church ofllcers ter, Mrs. T. J. Hill. Mrs. Lucy MiMiss Russell has a high soprano nnd serves out his term he will have on Sunday nt Old Paint Lick, Messrs. ller Hartley, Mrs. W. R. Todd, Mrs. wound. TOO LIGHT TO CET IN Young has been quite been judgo of his county fiO years. voice, while Mrs. C. M. is E. L. Woods, Woods Walker and R. Harry lull, Mrs, James Harris, Mrs. Jack McCreary. who finished a ful alto. MissMiss Hill's also a beautidays. Mrs. A. L. Pence, Mrs. ill for the oast ten secured The next meeting of the Improved J. Wnlker were elected elders nnd E. T. Pence disturbing religious third place in Russell of King's Order of Red Men of Kentucky will Messrs. It G. Woods, llurnam Led-for- Carl A. Cnrtcr, Mrs. J. H. Wright, jail sentence for 30 L. It Godboy, Rev. worship nnd in minutes enlistee! plishments are a solo. These accomCalli-c- o Mrs. R. T. Bruce, Mrs. Mountain, filled his appointment at be held ht Lexington the second Mon-da- y Dessie Mc- generally appreciated Jerry Higgins and Jesse under a recruiting officer who was by the whole school Kinnov. Miss Knto Ranpv. Miss f.p- - I this place, preaching two Interestand all are very in Mny, 1018. John E. Sexton, of as deacons. ere, wns tnken to Loufevill for exing sermons. Richmond, retiring great sachem, was recently visa Harris, Miss Sue Taylor Engle-mn- amination. He was three pounds too grateful to them for their achieveRev. Joseph Hopper, who of Charley Lewis, presenteil with n costly jewel. The children Miss Nnncy Yeager and Miss light for his height nnd cou'.d not get ments. Thursday night, the boys' dePresbyterian graduated from the who have had the measles are still in clamatory was held The Wilmore Construction Co., of Theological Seminary, Louisville, is Mary Burdette. in Cub Holmes, who is c 'a!l for Ferdinand contest represented when n very serious condition. S. II. Mathenv Jessamine, got the contract for re- here with his mother, Mrs. Kittie the samo oflTenso McCreary was. eays S. Lnwrenccburg, TURNER GETS TWO YEARS Mr. Nonh Hutchison, who has had modeling four miles of the Spring- Hopper. Rev. Hopper has several Louisville, and LanTurner, who used to live in In will join Uncle Sam's army if giv-e- n caster finished In the order named, along nicely. field turnpike from Perryville to the calls tendered him and ho will acFrank the mensles is getting his liberty nnd he nay bo gwen it. Lincoln county, but moved to Rich Mr, Will Jenkins ami wife nnd ba- Washington county line for $13,(500. cent one soon. while Stanford's representative was mond some years ago, was tried in He has about 15 days moo to serve. fourth and while Mr. Mathenv got no bies, of near Hnrrodsburg, spent sev- Woodwnrd brothers compose tho WilHnptist Church Sunday, May 13 the Madison circuit court this week dnya with tho parents of Mrs. more Construction Co. nnd they nre eral medal for his place, medals being Sundny School at 9:30; Preaching on the charge of stealing a HELD OVER TO BIG COURT steer and Jenkins. splendid rond builders. Their work nt 11. "Obedience awarded to onlv the first three, still Reality," St. Miss nnd son, in this county wns most satisfactory. John 1:17; H. Y. the U, nt 0:45; was given two years in the reforma- Judge Cleatie Kidd was tried in he made a good showing and his efMrs. Smith Faulkner P. J. P. Bailey's court Thursday forts are appreciated by tory. It was proven that he stole the 11oss, have returned from n visit to all. Miss Preaching nt 7:30. The pastor ex- steer out of tho pasture of a man on the charge of trespassing on the her relatives nt Ludlow. Frances Embry played the accomMARRIAGES pects to leave for New Orleans to nnmed Tudor. He sold tho hide to M. land of John Bourne and wns held paniments for the singers and helped T. D. Williams, who works in CinMr. the cinnati, wns at home for n few days caster, and Mrs. Theo Currey, of Lan- Baptist Coimeeting of the Southern Wides, of that city, nnd Tudor, play- over to circuit court. Curt Jcrkey them greatly to win their medals. announce the marriage of vention Monila. ing the role of detective, caught on was tried on a writ sworn out by Miss Higgins. who is the vocal muswith bis fnmlly last week. Miss Edith Fleetwood, their Dr. M. D. Early leaves Monday for Dave Christopher charging that the gnme. Turner Goobcl Jones, of Tiquo, O.. spent to Mr. sister. Augustus Fitc, of Rome, Ga. New Orleans to attend tho Southern to thent Frankfort for has served n former's cattle had done him dam- - ic teacher of the school, went with hog stcnling term several days with his friends here William C. Roberts, a former Baptist Convention, which will be in and is a bad egg in more ways than ago by being permitted to run out. her pupils and much credit is to bo Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Ilaugh, of Dan- Rockcustle young mnn but now nn Dais Ho wns acquitted on the grounds given to her for her untiring efforts ville, were here Sunday tenttend electrician nt Pineville, was married session five days. His nephew, during one. in hero that there is on stock law In the dis Bothprenaring for the tournnment. servtres nt the Methodist church. Mr. nt the Baptist parsonnge by Dr. M thu school who has beenDr. and Sirs. Miss Hill and Miss Russell nnd yrr with trict. PROF. CANEER TO STANFORD Bnugh will stny over this week nnd D. Early Thursday nlso Mr. Mntheny nre nmong tho nfternoon to Eurly. will iwc.i.upnny him as far as Prof. M. L. Caneer, principal of cover his barn. graduates this vear and it is sincereMiss Esslo Hnney, the pretty and pop- New Orleans on his way home at MR. ELMORE SUFFERS FALL Acton Hntfleld has ular daughter the Richmond High School, formerly Mrs. Muriel of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Austin, Texas. The nged Mr. M. D. Elmore had ly hoped that S. H. S. will be as well to her nunt, superintendent of Lancaster schools returned from n visit Iluney, of Mlddlcburg. Over 0.000 peoplu attended the has been elected superintendent ol tho misfortune to fall from the represented In tho' (pture ns before. Mrs. Lena Hutt nt Crab Orchard. various Sunday schools in Hoyl Stnnford schools. It is gratifying to counter he was sitting on in his C, M. Young went to Louisville MRS. HUMBLE'S BURIAL county lnst Sundny. The Baptist Sun- - Prof. Cancer's friends in Lancaster store Tuesday night and severely SECURES GOOD ORDER last 'week to see his brother-in-laThe remains of Mrs. Rachel Hum Mr. Ilnrry Jacobs, the monument (Inv school nt Danville had over 800. to know of his having landed the hurt himself. The leg that was badly Light, who is in n serious, James T. ble, mention of whose the meeting As result condition with rheumatism of the man, received this morning nn order' held n visible Christinnofchurch. Rich-e- d Stanford superintendency. We con hurt somo months ago caught tho ed in Tuesday's paper,death appearnt the monument to be plac- gratulate Stanford on securing the weight of the fall and wns hurt over. Perryville Wednesday occurred at He also visited his son, Rev. E for a four-toheart bv Evangelist Ilrooks, 90 pcr- over tho eravo of E. Young nt Elizabeth, Ind., spend- - Alcorn, in Hustonville Mrs. J. ri. C. mond. names were added to the church services of this splendid mnn us su Dr. PeytonIs snys the splendid old Rev. Overstreet, pastor of afternoon. the Prescemetery. It (sons, in n right bad fix, but perintendent Inp one night with his family. ot her schools. Lan irentlemnn will medium light Hnrre granite roll. About $800 was raised to pay caster Record. thnt he hopes nnd belives that he byterian church of that city, preach- .Mrs. J.' M. Cook, who has been and be ofbe a ed a splendid funeral sermon, after evangelist nnd tho other expenses will r will bo able to pull through. handsome mnrker. Mr. with her' daughter, Mrs. Corn Hutt Al.iin ,anl 4ln ..I... f..AM Ch.Lm the tho meeting. which tho reamins were laid to rest of CHANCELLOR'S FILLY WINS for somo time, has Improved In field, Mo., where ho is engaged In tho cemetery there. A Inrge audiKILLING THE CALVES in Hasty Cora, n good filly owned by health, so much as to be able to como STOP LEFT OVER COUGHS business. There were 7,450 calves on the ence attended the service and acGeorge E. Chancellor, son of Mr. backtto her hame again. will and Mrs. Bedell , Chnncollor, of this Pittsburg cattle market last week. companied tho remains to their last Dr. Hell's . Sprain And Strain Relieved stop that hacking cough that lingers county, won tho first race at Lexing- Butchering these young thingB will resting place. Pall bearers from Mrs. I'fov. Bd Couah 7 FaverUhT Grlppy? Sloan's Liniment quickly takes the from Januury. Tho sootning pine ton Tuesday in great shape. $2 bets have a tendency to make meat high Humble's old home ut Perryville were You need Dr. King's Now Uiscov- - pain ht soothing and out of strains, sprains, bruises balsams loosen tho phlegm, heals the won $23 nnd the owner Is said to cr, as well as reduce tho nlreadv chosen. , ft ery to atop that cold, tho nil muscle soreness. clear S. cattle In tho P'mber his entry have jVtalsam ingredients heal the irritated liquid easily applied. It A clenn, pene- irritated membrane, tho glycerine re- al of playedChancellor'shenvlly. Sever- small little less ofthan a crina toU.ki'l TRACTOR PLOWS WORKING you hreuthe lieves Mr. friends were It is 'Vmwnbranos, soothe tho sore throat, trates without rubbing. quickly Lini- easier the tender tissues,ceases. Don't Sloan's and coughing The Junction City Lumber Co., on tho "good thing." Mr. Chancel- calves at this stage of tho meat '.ttoft nntlipntle dualities 'kill tho germ not stain cough, or clog neglect ngent for Madison, Boyle, Casey, W. won Wednesday, game. I''wd' your C1J quickly relieved. Dr. ment docslike mussy tho skin or oint- gerous. n lingering Pino yit Is dan-Is lor's Ophelia on $2. tho pores plasters Dr. Bell's Garrard nnd Lincoln counties for tho "jEtoff's Mew Ulscoyery nns tor o ments. For chronic rheumntism aches antiseptic nnd pleasant to take, ben- paying $12.90 T MEASLES LEADS TO DEATH B. F. Avery & Co. Tractor Plows, la 1....... WIU 1... .UVCI1 41... '&.... .!...! ..M..l iuiw and pains, neuralgia, gout nnd lum efits young and old, pot it nt your 7VMIV Biuiiliuru Woodrow Lewis, tho demonstrating their usefulness near CLEAR YOUR SKIN IN SPRING 'VouirM and colds in thousands of bago have this n remedy 'druggist todny. Formula on tho rot- Spring house cleaning means son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charley Lewis, Junction City today and tomorrow .HoatM.-.Ue- t a bottle today and have tno pains ot grippe and tic, 25c. cleaning inside, and outside. Dull of the Highland section, died Wed- nnd invites tho fanners from nil sec4t handy In your medlcino chest for nanuy. ror strenuous work, it gives pimply skin is nn aftermath of win- nesday afternoon of pneumonia. He. tions to come nnd see the good work-thWhs. colds, croup, grippo and all louowing quick relief. At all druggists, 25c. RECITAL AT HUSTONVILLE is being done with them. Two ter inactivity. Flush your intestines had an attack of measles and pneuitf hlal .affections. At your drug- The Music Class of thu Huston- with a mild luxntivo nnd clean out monia followed with fatal results. of the plows nre in operation and puc. W. W. Hnys, local agent for the ville Graced and High School will tho nccumlatcd wastes, easy to taVc, Tho burial occurred In the Metho- soil la being turned in a hurry. Buick car delivered to J. S. Itice this give a recital on Thursday evening, they do not gripe. Dr. King's New dist church burying irround Thurs CREAM SUPPER AT C. O. week a roadster. He al May 17th at 8 o'clock. Watch next Lifo Pills will clear your complexion day afternoon, Herbert C. Hoover, in a statement members, of, the Crab Orchard so sold tq George Hall u issue for further announcement. issued last nlirht. declared that with and brighten your eye. Try Dr. nn church will, give a straw- car, to be delivered COLORED S. S. ATTENDANCE control present food prices mav be Klng'a New Life Pills tonlfht nnd American publishers will fight tho throw off the sluggish winter shell. tee cream supper ai inc. soon. The attendance at the colored greatly reduced, but that if the sit el building 'on the even- Baptist Sunday school Sunday was uation is left open to the speculators provisions of the bill placing taxes At druggists, Zoc. ay 14. AH maaabera of the Tho Louisiana sucar cron for last on newspapers, according to II. L. 131 : at the Methodist It wns 58 and further advances must be expected. BARGAINS in shoes at 98c at tho at the Christian 54. Tho row day ma- air, uoover is suggested as Ameri'awed to contribute aomo- - year la practically twice as, great as Rogers, president of the American irlMdy come. 38-- 1 terially interfered with tho crowd. can food controller. the crop of 1915. Newspaper Publishers' Association. Bargain Store. Salem & Sulcm. "j who haa V -- Mkir6EV n.' Jwin', MontRonfy, : a .') b (t. ; . earJ No. 38, r inte- f.:' Tf K-f- l x v i-- ia at r, Rich-mon- g, -- -i x I- J7-10- 4; n. nt-te- K n ' j Tar-Hone- four-year-o- ld well-know- l er four-cylind- er m V iii iiami L,pj4 ii ,J- - v '.- -. 5V fy V JV?.vlJ rf A' - U i.jf Established r.? I860 58th Year. No. 38 The Interior Journal Ms Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, 1 v.zlw: 'v .m"..' Vl .- j. "M ? -- 1 W J -- V J w "" . JU Friday, May II, 1917 Tu mmmm b iv 4 " ' A LAST SAD RITES lONLY SEASON TICKETS COUNT LATUf The Inst sad rites of Mrs. II C Th(. Woman's Club, which brines House an upley, whose death was told of In th(? chauUiun.ua to Stanford May '.27 Selective Dn k ;'l uesday's Interior Journal, occurred to 31 is tisiiur its endeavor to ngroed on a"t!i QflBMHbMLMiMMtdUHr. r r k ,- .4 . Thursday m.irninp' when her pastor. ,,, urBwm tickt,ts lltIlf $800 worth nxing the n a I). Uelburn preached her fu - ,)f th,,m hlivc. t 1)L. .imposed of he- Dr conscripted nenil nt her late . home on IjUKilll 41w.tr ...iti twit u u ill 'tin ntnnntti elusive. The liiv: v villi in aiiu iiiwiii iiiil . avenue I he remarks were very up- - ...l,,- - in . ,h ,i11P ...in .i,,. posnl was th" fai ii "'"' """'thiiutauqun people. The ladies have stubbornly d I""''.""11 "";' MflHB WTil ' carried comfort to the hem ts of those to rnlf(, $80(, nm, thu ,. tickutll conferees .In w hose loss has been so grent. Some the only revenue for them. yielded to tho of Mrs. Rupley's favorite songs vvereUvill you hell) them? Stanford neo- - prohibition nt m llrtJHfcln'-.,- ' . TVi'.' sung hy a quartette composed or pie do not lag nt any time and esThree drnmntl Misses Josephine Carpenter and Min- pecially will they eomo up like men ntion by Rune M lilnH JIHMtiil rx . . vak-rnie Strauh nnd Dr Welburn nnd Mr. when they know that the suet ess of would never cose AcMV 'JHDdlk.v,-.- , v?? .& '. .in C McClary After the services the the coming event ' r. 3uM. t J. will depend on snee and Lorrnfrie: are mimm - tea t - j3b.?T'i remains were taken to HnrroiNburg them making good their pledge.) to her the placing byi! mmtimtiHKltr oTZ, and laid to rest. The following gen- tnke season ti kets The contract a wreath upon thei tlemen ncted as pall bearers; Messrs. with the Chniitauqua people was Gen Grant and a i)r C II Croeh, of Middlcburg. T D. Newland. Sr , J N. Menefee. made on the belief tlmt those who French residents oT, w Iqft ii bouncing win to 'i with, Mr nml .Mrs Louie Sr.. II T. Pence. Sr., J O Newland, had signed the cards taking ticket wnoin members 01 WmmWUW. :..i vc" r r,w-- . on April 29th J A. Allen and W P Kinrnid. Quite would pay for them. The Interioi sion gieeted their co; J '. u a number of friends of the fnmily Journal believes they will do so. Last ed the nrtivitics of thesH'BnPVp- - ? miinv friends lire glad to eo $JMT $ the body to its lust year the ladies ot half of the money envoys in the nntiWigfclWll. Dr. J (' Kellv out again after sevaiiompamed x eral dnvn' (lines. The duetor wnn ,! resting plate li,'-.. taken in at the tent door, but I hoy minted by hm numerous great Attacking on a front of are getting it much better program, l WILLING TO SERVE one costing a great de'il more, i nd miles m the Like Dofrnn 'Kfa.Wlj&flX'. Ion bootlegging in this Mr. George P. Ilright, who served were unable to make as good a con-ti- ..a,,. ...fill... I,I1LI9II 11UUJ13 Y1 , VmVjl yl There in valiantly in the Civil War as .a vicinity nt preent thnn has been wing took Teutonic ttllied trertchetfJaFjJ this year as last. iiinlei Finest, tells the I. J. that known for years We consider thin on a ironc oi two miles anu 9rc his services are at the disposal of his due to the team work of our city railway tirketn, automobilen. nutomo otner iianK mivnncctl on a front. HANDSOME STATEMENT llhnllt ti mil... nrrtriinir In n TImP fathein idle tiren ami tuben. soft drinks. the Administration's plan for ships, country now or at any oilier timo he That was a handsome statement billion dollar program. A certain party in our town linn is railed. ponti:e nite. polf clubs nml base culled the K Vnwter, former profes- shoulder a He, of course, could not the Lincoln County National Rank official communication. $l,800,Mffv n Charles gun Genera debate In en taught on two dilferent ocean-iim- ball Imtn, rluli dues mid u host the of sor at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, in the trenches, and do much fighting sent out to its patrons nnd friends nno Wnr Revenueon Dill wasr 'Vtjr.V, .' but he is willing Jo this week, ami V ir h very embarrassing ponition. other eNery-dnnecessities or luxuri was aridiitted by a jury in the it was nlso a mighty (Setievn section anil again do whatever he can in these parlous one in the c me under the taxation. es, nuntrv Cir nit Court of the times that would rebound to the in- good one, showing that institution to tntves with leaders of all W in the Green River Kurd nection. The Increased postaui ratis terest of his country The suggestion lie in a splendid condition. The U S. suppoiting it Some attacks ' weMiViZT " "& C-i grin d jury will no doubt lie railed on papers, arr.iimed in a roneon news- munlo? of Stockton Heth, Jr , owtcni. During a quarrel over a telephone is made that old soldiers be selected flag oi nament.s the first page of the made on individual features. rJir-J"- ' investigate and deride on the eao to v. a. will line. Jordan Welch, of Going, Tenn . to act asregistiars when the work statement and below it the announceThe L'nited States has arranged id' , 1 . M Leslie J lliuigh ban panned the ex- are such that (iiiIiIikIhtm .JH r force many killed his son, of drafting for the army begins. Mr ment is made that subscriptions are make a loan ot $7.0u0,000 tq Bel'amination at l,oin.svllle, and In now ness Protestsnewspapers out of bui. near Middlesboro, Mk'nint many features Alex Webb, aged MO, and then turn Ilright will gladly serve in that capac- leceivid by the hunk for the Liberty gium, which would be expended by' .t full fledged nolilier in Uncle Sam'n 1017. The bank was never are ,. State (iuardn He will probably be of theonlaw will pourine; m, and at- tug the weapon on himself tnfluting a ity and usks no remuneration for his Loan ofcondition than now, with in the Belgian Relief Commission. Tho it center in the Senate woui'd from which ho died. loan will be ndvnnced at the rate sen uea. If enough old vets could be better located for the present guarding tacks accounts amounting to of $12,500,000 n month, of .which Finance committee, which will Spokesmen for forty-si- x Western gotten to do the work that way n railroad bridges. Mr llnugh volunThe deposits are $318, teered Inn nervicen to hln country ably public hearings on it and prob- railroads told the Interstate Com- big saving to the government would $535.102A18statement of the Lincoln S7.000.000 will be available for remake some amendments merce Commission that the proposed be made and at the same time the 789 10. lief in Belgium and $5,000,000 for whi'h is a wry commendable act. Trust Co also appears in the fold- relief in Northern France. There is some objection to hurry-ni- increase of lf per cent, in freight work would be well done. The oil well question in topic here er. That institution is just a year An armed American liner fired six and indication are that lr ill i ntr will be the bill, and it probably will not rates would fail by $20,800,000 to ased until the early part of next meet advances in the cost of labor THE CHAUTAUQUA MAY 27 31 "Ul ani' hns ma,,L" rapid strides. It has shots nt a submarine on May 2 off The Daniel xiiou be In operation HI fiir '" t,"'t'SS f ltS ""'"'l1 St?Fk the const of Ireland. The mid materials already mnde mid andisThe Interior Journal is glad Boono Oil Co . has consigned to them week. to Ioi,,nSticipated state thnt season tickets to the Chnu- - and is in every way in a most satis- - appeared after the first shot, hut it K steam drill outfit placed here on a Surgeons of Ken- tnuqua at Stanford May 27 to 31, factory condition. The Railway is not known whether the undersea car 'eady for unbinding We under- IN NEICMIIORINC COUNTIES tucky held an interesting meeting in im lusive, are going rapidly and the boat was.lnt. R II Vandiuer in dead in the stand the first well will be drilled POSTPONEMENT DESIRED A deciease in British vessels sur.k following prospet t for a big crowd at each sesabout two milen south of thin place section of Mercer, lined Mi. Louisville and elected the An effort is being made to get bv submarines is shown in the report year: Dr L sion is exceedingly good. Stanford Walter Finley has been appointed ollh er for the enuing "t (.recti river. A. dime Hughes, little ,on of Mr Mntmaster at Altamont, laurel M I.Siott. of Jellico, president; Dr people and those surrounding realize Judge Charles of Hardin to postpone for last week, when only twenty-fou- r the Lincoln circuil ) Mr. R were sent down W II Hughes in progross-iiu- : l oil nt v. Hird. Lnt'.nin, first vice presi- the big saving that is made by buying the May term aunThe Federal Shipping excellently after bin minerable Board The wife of Jo Russell, a promi- dent; Dr II K McKay, llardstown, season tickets and they are getting court, which is set for May 28th,good a week later. June 1th. Two bought from American owners sev--- n inVwng with a broken limb The nent Columbia merchant, w dead', seininl vie president, and Dr II. C them Everything points to a success til reasons are given, the best of which to have aped SO. Austrian merchantmen, totaling ful ( hnutauqua and the delightful Jasper, Ru hmond, secretary-treasure- r . t'ttli fellow wan riiinM-llei- l )2.ti."t tons, for Sfi.77S.00i). Dr J I! Kinnaird, Lancaster, is season is looked forward to with is the circuit court room will not .iiiit. re broken on at count of the Daniel Iloonr Pautknrr. nirc'TJ. for occupancy by Mav 28th. Kentucky has 202,000 men betiglv Intl.pleasure by people generally. If the it wnn left in Pr t'hil and a prominent citiren of Knftir the retiring president but it will r IIutonville. wnn iimrnon- - county, i dt ad 're- county, near hlkton. weigher i good the crowds that will week it is believed thnt is that it be a tween the ages of 21 and 30. inclu In Todd will sive, who will be subject to draft if later, and another i il ill, Charles Milieu, his wife Mrs Hettie attend the Chautauqun this venr will iharife of the ..I JlllJt'O f A Arrwil.1 tknmri ' with the ('hnutauqua, Mav the army conference report adopted (i and his break the good record mnde a year conflict 3 itv father met lat Ilium haniUome Alex Walker Imm.. nt T.n. Millen. their win. KImore Many of 27th to pothiitK of im- - raster nt a t ratified us the the Millen, were Mrs .Hht There was fn y pricehome ml Rich. wife. an ax AmyFrank Millen. a slam ago. Let Tnanjoin in do hishope that the attorneys 1st, inclusive. who desire the today is There arebvabout House and to Senate and others , l will M 10,027,300 best. son weather by lirollifht heron- - the meet with attend each session of tho Chautau- men of these ages In the United ti exception of the tax inond wan bought bv Dr D J. Wil- of the aged Millen The slayer left the inif pleasqua would be deprived of the States. AGED PREACHER DEAD l'raitiCHllv exerv one lui" liams, of Ford, for Sll.OdO. a note tlUi stating that he Inn! killed ure It is hoped that Judge Hardin It will be virtually impossible for Rev J. T Clmsteen, one of the will grant the ; .il Th. - is no ue trvltlir to dodire W II Wood, nged "n, wan throwj them to avoid enrthly sufferings. Afrequest and the Inter- county nnd city registration boards - it nlv cailM-- extnt work for from his buggy and killed on bin wav ter committing the deed he phoned oldest ministers in the county. di"d ior Journal is certain that he will un- to exercise favoritism in enrolling dlertor Mr . I' Smith. frotn his home to Richmond the sheriff what he had dpno. saving nt his home near Turnersville and good reason not to oldiers under the selective draft he marnhal and tx rollertor, i ,r Judjje' C A Hardin. of Hurrod-burg- , that bv the time he arrived at the was buried in the Campbell cu etc ry lessso. has some do ict. according to a statement issued1 nmn in the nitlit phtfe and the r h in Wnshinglnti (tv II enlU heme he would also lie dead, lie was near Mc Kinney at 2- o'clock WciIiioj-da- y bv Provost Marshal Gen. Crowder. U experienrini; very little trouble is od on Senator Jnmcn Thursday. afternoon. Tin- old gentleman found hanging from a rafter of the LAYING UP Officials are warned that any attempt .1'. tine from the people who are hud beer in very feeble health (or a The ( St C in contemplating ex home. A Stanford merchant told the I J to do so will be punished. b i,r time and his death wa.-- . expect- worth whi'e Of rourse there are tensive improvements at Ludlow and yesterday that he had sold more i few Jonas who trv to dodge may move the shop For years he had i. lleptist WITH THE CHURCHES from Somerset sroods in the past month or so thnn S. H. S. GETS HER SHARE the !., but nurh fellow's lml or to that city The Unptist church at Lancaster r.vt.cher and had held a mil die r )f in years; that people are buying sugcl ge during his eare- - He was . The annual high school tournaout i Huj'ht olT their lHlie ii not n Centre College will give diplomas han extended a call to Rev C. S by the barrel who for- ment which is held at Lexington, is ar and flour clivir tnan and a good eiti en and merly got it in small sacks. He thinks, i empt to lis senior students who now enlist of Iron Gate. Va Christian Church Sunday. May will be missed m the neighborhood and very likely he is right, that they taking place this week Heretofore in the military service, without reIIIC.MLAND quiring them to take the examina- 13 Sundav School at 10 o'clock fol- he had lived so long. He was 72 nro laying up the food supplies, Stanford has been well represented year the local in the events and lowing by preachin nt 11 o'clock C. j ears old and is sunived by his wife fenrmg the Nu'witliitandinK the cool weather tions in June scarcity that is predicted contestants are this R V. Turley, performing their win h hi hitxe had for some days our Jr . of Richmond, V.. meeting at will pinch them Whether or not narts very creditablv. Miss Belle MISS COOPER ENTERTAINS fanner- - vlill lontinue planting corn who has been in the mast artillery Presbvtenan Church -- Sunday 13 Miss Lyle Cooper was hostess to that scarcity will come, those who Russell and Miss Nellie Wilson Hill, etc School nt 9 55; Morning for six months, has been promoted Sundav buying now me ceminglv mak- who went from here to enter in the While ilniiik' with a pistol yester-d.- i to a Iieutenacy. He is a nephew of Service at It. "Songs That Mean the Dixie Rook t Iuh on Ihursdny at are good investments for foodstuff, ing Dm id. the ten-- ) ear old son of .Mrs. R T Itriice, of this city. matches, were awarded the Much." C V. Meeting at 7 o'clock. lernoon A delicious salnd course was like everything else, is getting high- vocal I ,S Wartield. was shot in the tlilxli-)Judge W. II Fhillipi, of Jessa--nui- "Fellowship With'God" Psalm 119: served Tho-- e piesent were- Mrs. .1 er and higher daily and there's no first place, for a duet. Both of these M Thompson, Kinir's I. M.Kec Fosof young ladies have excellent voices Ritre. Mrs C Havs hvening service at :.tl) is a candidate to stnoed himf telling where it will stop. nnd their ability was soon recognized. Mount. im, was called and dressed the self as nullity judge If be is elected At an election of church utile ors ter. Mrs T J Hill. Mrs Lucy MilMts. W. R. Todd. Mrs wound Mifs Russell has a high soprano and serves out his term he will have on Sundav at Old Paint Lick. Messrs. ler liartlev. TOO LIGHT TO GET IN Mr- - (' M Young has been quite been judge of hi county fill years is i: I. Woods. Woods Walker and R Harry Hill, Mrs James Harris, Mrs. Jack McCreary. who 'inished ! voice, while Miss Hill's alsoa beautiMrs A. L. Pence. Mrs. f .11 ill for the past ten days ful The next meeting of the Improved J Walker were elected elders and V. T Pence secured sentence for disturbn.g lebgious thirdalto Miss a Russell R fiodbej. L. of King's Order of Red Men of Kentuckv will Messrs 1! G Woods, Iturnnm Rev place in Carl A. Carter. Mis. J. H. Wiight. worship solo These accomand in 30 mintit.-- enlisted plishments are generally appreciated Mountain, filled Inn appointment at be held at Lexington the .second MonHiggins and Jes-- e ('alli- Mrs. R. T. Uruce, Mrs. Bessie Jerry under a recruiting officer who was by the whole school and this place, preaching two interest day in May. l'.Mh John K Sexton, of en as deacons Miss Kate Raney, Miss all are very was taken to Lou'svi'l for ing sermons. grateful to them for their achieveRichmond, ictmng great sachem, was Harris, Miss Sue Taylor Kngle-maRev Joseph Hopper, who recently n He was three pcum Is too Lewis, presented with a i ostlv jewel of Charley The ihildren Thursday night, the boys' deMiss Nancy Ye.iger and Miss light foe his height and graduated from the Presbvtenan I not tot ments. who have had the measles are still in The Wilmoie Constitution Co, of Theological Seminary, Louisville, is Maiy Ilurdette who is ii ii.l for clamatory contest was held when in Cab a very serious condition JesHXimme, got the contract for re- here with bis mother. Mrs. Kittle the m" nlTonse McCreary .v.is. s.ijs Ferdinand Mathenv represented S II. TURNER GETS TWOYEARS Mr Noah llutihison, who has had modeling four miles of the Spring-Hel- Hopper S. Lawrenceburg. Louisville, and LanRev Hopper has several -Frank Turner, who used to live in h will 'oin Uncle Sam's racy if giv- caster finished in the order named, the include- - is getting along niielv turnpike from I'erivville to the calls teudeied him and he will acLincoln county, but moved to Rich- en his liberty anil he mav be pi en it. while Stanford's representative was Mr Will Jenkins and wife and ba- Washington county line for SI II. !i(IO cept one soon. He his about 15 days men- ti seivc bies, of near HarroiNburg, spent sev- Woodward brothers compose the Wil- fourth and while Mr Mathenv got no Unptist Church -- Sunday. Mav 13 mond some yeais ago, was tried in the Madison ciicuit coutt this week with the parents of Mr. more t onsirui lion in, and thev are -- Sundav School at eral dii nieclul for his place, medals being Pleading HELD OVER TO BIG COURT Jenkins splendid road builders Their work at 11, "Obedience the Reality." St on the charge of stealing a steer and aw aided to only the first three, still Miss Cleatie Kidd was tried in reformaand son. in this county was most oatisftutory John 117; Mrs Smith Faulkner in good showing efat HYP.The U. p.Htorb:15; was given two jeais that the stole the Judge J P. Bailey's court Thursday he made a appreciated by and hisMiss he tory It was proven Ross, hate returned from a visit to forts are ex7 !I0 all. Pleaching at n man cm the chargv of trospissing on the Frances her relatives at Ludlow. MARRIAGES Kmbrv played the pects to leave for New Orleina to at- - steer out of the pasture of land of John Bo'ir-- e and was held T. D. Williams, who works in Cinfor the singers and helped Mr mid Mrs Then Currey. of Lan- tend the meeting of 'he rt.iuthern named Tudor. He sold the hide to M. over to circuit '.nut. Curt Jerkey Widen, of that city, and Tudor, playwan nt home for a few days caster, announce the cinnati, them gioatly to win their medals. mariiage of illmtiht ('invention Moed.w. ing the role of detective, caught on was tried on a writ sworn out bv Miss Higgins. who is the vocal musbis family last week with Miss F.dith Fleetwood, their Dr M D. Laily leaves Mondiiv. for Dave Christopher charging that the Goehcl Jones, of 1'iqiia, 0.. spent to Mr sister. ic toucher of the school, went with Augustus Fite, of Rome, (in 'New Oilcans to attend the Southern to theat game Turner has served ii former s cattle had done him Fiankfort for hog stealing term davn with his friends here C William Roberts, n former Unptist Convention, which will lie in nnd is a bad egg by being permitted to nm out her pupils and much credit is to be Mi and Mrs K C, Ilaugh, of Dan in more ways than five class. His nephew, Dnvi Rockcastle young man but now unjsc-nsioHe was acquitted on th" grounds given to her for her untiring efforts Mile, were here Sunday I aulkiier, heie during one. that there is on stock low in the dis- in pienarmg for the tournament. servhes at the Methodist church. Mr electrician nt Pincville. was mnriied 'the school who has beenDr. and Mis. Both Miss Hill and Miss Russell mid with trict. will stay over this week and nt the Unptist parsonage by Dr M PROr. CANEER TO STANFORD Hauf-l- t also Mr. Matheny are among the D I'arlv Thursday afternoon to I'ailv. will i iipany him as fir'is Prof M. L. Cancer, piincipul of covei his barn. graduates this year and it is sir.cere-l.- v MR. ELMORE SUITERS FALL Alton Hatfield has Miss Kssie llanev, the piettv and pop-- ' New Orleans on his wa home at the Richmond High School, formerly Mrs Muriel hoped that S II. S. will be as well The aged Mr. M. D Elmore had to her aunt. ulnr daughter ol Dr and .Mrs. .1. M Austin, lexis siiiierintendent of Lancaster schools. returned from a visit I Middleburg. it.OOO people ntteiide the has been elected supeiinteuilent ot the misfortune to fall from the represented in the tyture as before. llanev. of Over Mutt at Crab Orchard Mrs. Lena various Sunday schools in Iloyle lCt.n.f..l-.- l w, IwvoL It lo tf.ltlflMttcf tf counter he was sitting on in his Young went to Louisville O. M If ,. r llUtltr). . .. MRS. MUMBLE'S BURIAL .....r.. SECURES GOOD ORDER ......-, .... tmintv .... , Siiiuln . Tlu IlatitiHt Sun-- ' I'tliniol'l flllillll! fi lends in Lancaster itore Tuesdnv night and severely nt Inst week to see his brother-in-laThe remains of Mrs. Rachel HumMr. Ilany Jacobs, the monument dav. school at Danville had over S00 to know of his having landed the hint himself The leg thnt was bndlv James T Light, who is in a ble, mention of As result the meeting condition with rheumatism of the num.u teceivecl tins more ing an order held aat visible Christianofchurch. Rich- Stanford superintendency. We con- hurt some months ago caught the ed in Tuesday's whose death appearfour-topaper, the for monument to be placgratulate Stanfoid on secuiing the weight of the fall and was hurt over Perryville Wednesday occuned nt heart He also visited his son, Rev K ed over the afternoon. giave of Mis. J. (i. ('. mond, by Kvangelist Brooks, 90 per- services of this splendid man as su- Dr. Peyton says the splendid old V. Young at Kli.abeth, Ind.. spend Rev. Overstreet, pastor of the Alcoiii in lllistonville cemetery. It sons, names were added to the church perintendent ing one night with his family. of her schools.' Lan- gentleman is in a right bad fix, but pav chinch of that city, preachthat he hopes and belives that he Mrs. J M Cook, who has been will be of medium light Itmre granite mil About SMlll was raised to caster Record. t ed a splendid funeral sermon, after will be able to pull through. with her daughter. Mrs Cora llutt and will be n handsome tuniker. Mr the evangelist and the other expenses which the remains were laid to rest for some time, has improved in Alcorn sent the order from Spring- of the meeting. CHANCELLOR'S FILLY WINS in the cemetery there- - A large audiKILLING THE CALVES henlth so much as to he able to come field, Mo, wheie ho is engaged in Hasty Coin, a good filly owned by OVER COUGHS STOP LEFT business There were 7,450 calves on the ence attended the service anil acImck to her home again. George 1' Chancellor, son of Mr. will mid Mrs. Bedell Chancellor, of this Plttsbuig Dr. Bell's cattle market last week companied the remains to their last Sprain And Strains Relieved stop that hacking cough that lingers county, won the first race at Lexing- Butchering these young things will resting place. Pall bearers from Mrs. Dad Cough? Feverish? Grippy? Sloan's Liniment quickly takes the from January, the soothing pine ton Tuesday in great shape. $2 bets have a tendency to make meat high- Mumble's old home ut Perryville were You need Dr. King's New Discov, ery to stop that cold, the soothing pain out of strains, sprains, bruises bnlsams loosen the phlegtr-- heals the won $23 and the owner is said to er, as well as reduce the already chosen. muscle soreness. A clean, clear have played his entry heavily. Sever- small number of cattle in the U. S, balsam ingiedients heal the irritated indnll easily applied, it quickly pene-'liev- iiritnted membrane, tho glycerine TRACTOR PLOWS WORKING the tender tissues vou breathe al of Mr Chancellor's friends were It is little less than a crire to Kl'l membranes, soothe the sore throat, trates without rubbing. Sloan's Lini- The the antiseptic qualities kill the germ meat does not stain the skin or clog easier and coughing cense. is Don't on the "good thing." Mr Chancel- calves at this stage of the meat agent Junction City Lumber Co., ilan-th- e game. neglect a lingeiing coagh, it for Madison, Bojle, Casey, W. won Wednesday, lor's Ophelia and your cold is quickly relieved. Dr. pores like mussy phisters or oint- - genius Dr. Bell's Pino is pa ing $12.90 on $2. " King's New Discovery has for IK Gnrrard and Lincoln counties for tho ben-mi- d B. V Avery & Co. Tractor Plows, is MEASLES LEADS TO DEATH years been the standard remedy for ments, For chronic rheumatism nches antiseptic and pleasant to take, Woodiow Lewis, the demonstrating their usefulness near coughs nml colds in thousands of lingo pains, neuralgia, gout and lum- - eflts yening and old, got it at your CLEAR YOUR SKIN IN SPRING have this remedy diuggist todny. Foi inula on the Spring house cleaning means son of Mr and Mis. Charley Lewis, Junction City today and tomorrow homes. Get u bottle today and have For the pains of grippo and tie, 25c section, died Wed- nnd invites the farmers fiom all seccleaning inside, mid outside. Dull of the Highland It handy In your medicine chest for w oru, miuiiuous ii gives pimply skin is an aftermath of win- nesday afternoon of pneumonia. Ho tions to come and see the good work-tha- t !Cotfghs. colds, croup, grippo mid nil loiiowiiiK quick leliuf. At all druggists, 25c. RECITAL AT HUSTONVILLE is being done with them. Two ter inactivity. Flush your intestines had an attack of measles nnd pneu bronchial ulfections. At your drugThe Music Class of the Huston-vil- li with a mild laxative mid clean out monln followed with fatal results of the plows are in operation and gist, COc. W. W. Hays, local agent for the Graced and High School will the lice umlutcd wastes, ensv to til e, The burial occuired in the Metho- soil is being turned in a huriy. " lluiik car delivered to J. S. Rice this give it recital on Thursday evening, they do not gripe. Dr. King's New dist church burying ground ThursICE CREAM SUPPER AT C. O. week n o roadster, lie May 17th at 8 o'clock. Wntch next Life Pills will clear your complexion day afternoon. Herheit C. Hoover, in a statement Tbo members of the Crab Orchard sold to George Hail a issue for further announcement. issued last night, declared that with mid brighten jour eye. Try Dr. cur, to he delivered Jhrtstian church will give it straw- mid COLORED S. S. ATTENDANCE control present iooii prices may no King's New Life Pills tonii-h- t undt ice creiiin tain ne r at the soon. American publishers will fight the throw otr the sluggish winter shell. The attendance nt the colored greatly i educed, but that if the sitkKscIiooI building on the even- provisions of the bill placing taxes Baptist Sunday school Sundav was uation is left open to the speculators diuggists, 25c. Muy 14. All members of the The Loiilsiaun sugar crop for last on newspapers, according to II. L. At 131: at the Methodist it was 58 and fuither advances must be uxpeuted. rq askeii to contribute some- - year is practically twice ns great ns meslclent of tho Ameiican BARGAINS in shoes at 98c-- at the at the Cluistian 51. The raw day ma- Mr. Hoover is suggested as AmeriNewspaper Publishers' Association. Bargain Store. Sulem & Salem. 38-- 1 terially interf erred with the ciuw-cl- . the crop of ivib. jeryuouy come. can food conti oiler. r ;& x McKlrlNEY MnnlftnhiOrV vilirt tin been quite nick. In improving. Mrs. Grace Wilcher ii able to be out ngtiln after several days' serious. Ulnenn. We hope the "hickrr" nuts will not bo killed by Hit cold weather we art- having, Mr I) V. Kennedy nml wife nro guests of hu sister, Mm. I.lxie Myers for ii few ilnyn Mr J H. Walker han returned hoinii from n few dnys' visit with clntlvcis at Danville Mr. Torn K. Meltdown, one of our progressive fanner, who has been iluite ill in nut nguin. Mm Tnlin -d Dnv-liUo- 11 1 DIRHCT TAXns Or $33 EACH DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Representative Joseph Cannon, TJie war tax bill, extending its exhas just celebrated his Hist birthday cises to the fabric of every American llorlin newspapers may have to home, formally wnn presented to the publication because of the HniiM) Wednesday y the Ways and Means eomittee. with plans for quick II. n ted supply of news-nrin, An nttempt wnn made to nnniinsiti passage. An a foretaste of what may come ate President Menocal at Hnvaiina, Inter, it proponcn npe ml taxes to Cuba, by means ()f bomb explosion. Mrs John Russell, the mother of raise $1,S00.(MI0.0(I0, in addition to the presenl normal annuiil revenue J I sons,- has been adjudged insane of $1,(1(10,0(10,1100. When its terms nt Tern- Haute. Ind. She Is 08 .wars nre elfectlve. the American neonle old. Joseph Itenson Fornker, ex-S will be p.iymi; direct taxes of $:i.T for each person The people of the Senator and a very prominent repub flritlnh Islen half as ninnv nav lican, in dead at his home in limin-iii- i t i. taxen of $00 for each iiernon Lexington coal is selling at $7 While the pnnciwl features of perIn ton, flour at $2 20 per sack of the new war levy are the itirreanen in '.' I pounds and $17 75 per burrel in income arid profits tnxe. increases in internal retentie niten. and inereasen wood William A Robinson, for half n of ustoinn duties, many of itn proleader visions reach the innermost ntmc. century a life of in the business and lebgious Louisville, died at ture of tirj home nml make up a John Hopkins Hospital. list of taxes, probably the most forMrs Alvie Perry, aged 2.'1, slashmidable ever fined by the American ed her throat while standing before people. a died a short 'I lie household liirht. heal and tele at mirror and near Maysville.while Inter her home phone bills, ndniinnion tickets of n Lender- both parties in niniiiM nieiito, fire and lnrht innuranre have pledged their support to t. ( Con-gres- ;., rr. wbs mimmKm .WeSv" v-- b. ii"iK eMHMBi mKtil.'r' 4. r -i mmmw-!- ' :?j -- ri 4MBHQi tc B9bdin mm ;, ' av Iff ,&' i&-vesterd- i sol-di- $i rsm " 271 y Mont-goiner- vi aHrf'-- r4' g - Cor-uishil- - - , i . - TOOD-SUPPLIE- 1 b-- en Cal-bso- r - e. 97-10- c 1 Led-for- s v, Le-vi- 1 u. ll.-'m- d - i accom-nammen- ts ' dnm-1111- 1 i end n . 1 . - i n Pres-bvteri- Tar-Hone- y four-year-o- well-know- n lot-hand- ul-s- four-cylind- RciL-cr- s. illut V - U? v JLVJ V vrl 'j. 'Vt'jff fOt ;U--i ... The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky : Friday, May II, 1917 - Making aW' aaaWVvTVassfe?-- . m - T. & Hi . i stocks loma lome by toilsome taring of their daily wage. Dut we submit to you the fact that' more men here reached a comfortable competence thru the ownership of property houses and land which bring in a fixed income than in any other way. Busineit require your ole attention stocks means sleepless rights and days of worry property works by itself for you without your care. Select It set it to work It takes care of itself and will take care of you. Soma men make their money in In M on e y butlneit DID YOU KNOW bXbV4"$B2C; i &-- ! aaaaK V laaaV OhLookSV M M I can cat 'cm all they won't hurt mel That's be-- M , That statistics show that the popula- -' tlon of the United States is doubling about once In every twenty-eigyearsand the EARTH is not stretching one bit. People havn got to have homes. It is a settled fact that fanning lands will never be cheaper and just as sure to go higher s you exist today. Did you know that any way you figure it the renter has always got the hot end of it? Furnish all the teans and everything else, do all the work and for what at best only one half nnd often less than this. Did you know that you could easily pay the G per cent, interest and get all the crop instead of the one-hathat you are now get-in- g and then make more than 1009r than you arc now making. These are absolute facts. Don't listen to a professional knocker who is always telling you something that he doesn't know. Uce your own common sense and own you a home. No. 210 3C3 acres. 100 acres of this cleared and in cultivation and of this land are 80 acres of splendid bottom land. Balance ridgo land nnd good timber. Plenty of good building timber. Nice two story eight room residence, two halls nnd three porches, two tenant houses, two barns, one stock barn and the other tobacco barn and all other necessary outbuildings. All buildings nnd fencing in good shape. Place well watered. In splendid neighborhood, close to school and church and only mile from good road. Can give possession nt once. Price $12,-00d Terms cash and balance in 1, 2, nnd 3 years. No. 217 Nine acres of land, house of four rooms, hall and porch, small barn, buggy house, chicken house, etc., small orchard, good water right at door. This place is right on the pike close to school and churches and in fine neighborhood. Price only ht lf one-quart- er 0. one-thir$1,-20- 0. cause they're made with Calu- and tfiaf't why they're met B pure, tempting, tasty, whole- tome that's why they won't m L hurt any kid." m L RmItI lllttint AwatJs aW k A' CI DmI Ttitln III) la rmiU Cjh. gafr I held the lucky number that drew the beautiful kitchen cabinet given nway by W. C. Brynnt. Flour is $2 per snek here and biscuits arc becoming conspiclous for their nbsencc. J. B. Strange hns moved to the Short property nt Yoscmitc nnd Rev. C. D. Chick hns moved to the Baptist parsonage vacated by Sir. Strnnge We have no thoucht of Joining the nrmy and going to the front but we nre watching tho river here for Germnn Prof. Walter Sloser, of Morcland. spent Inst week with his uncle nnd nunt, Mr. nnd Sirs. W. G. Short nnd attended the closing exercises of the graded and high school. There nre prospects for nn nbun-dncrop of apples. The trees nre simply londcd with blossom, nnd if there nre no more killing frosta we will be well supplied with that vnrlc-t- y of fruit. Peaches on the bottoms arc killed, though the ridges promise good crop at this writing, so sny a those who live on the knobs enst nnd touth of town. If we should have n favorable season for potatoes there will likely be a bumper crop raised this year. The crop is being increased nt least tenfold in this section nnd this is snid to be the rule all over the country. We hear of a few farmers who will try their hands nt raising navy beans nlso, which will doubtless be n paying crop if the price nt which they nre Mrs. C. nt MIDDLEBURG C. McWhortor ll fUi.t fVintente. 15Tluid flrMHwi CAST0R1A For Infants andChlldrea. aaaaaWHHaVMalaaVasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVBaBaaaaaaaaVM Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ALCOIIOL-- 3 I TEH CENT. "J AVo4c!abteIVcp4fatiKferM simiinitnuwciww ":" I Always M A M t y riiran" Signature r neither OpItim.Wnen Xtr In m ntsfc8 Pits 1. teuIxsM8'rnMX ArMkUtt WW Mj?c ?- a" SfJS VTTI fUmMSmf A helpful Remedy l 6r oral rfi1 l I :; Alt Use For Over ... s J S5c?-s&Z-tnarZZ&ZS- iSesQA 1 tR- - f ' &32 - K21 1 SKSX MADEBf .uti"tfml ,,WMHl JL mmm I IVMbAfV " ftTTM Cheap andbigcanBaldngPowderadonot save you money. Cnlnmfidnos-h'sPu- rc and far superior to sour mills and soda. nk s Jllll " zj(&r SI BSO&'hCTRiKMGPr SJD rcj?Triv DQCKa Protracted meeting services will begin nt the SIcthodist church tonight, Monday. Rev. Kelly, pastor nt Somerset will do tho prcachinV. Rev. Iuarnurn, a Japanese student nt Lexington, lectured nt Green Riv er church Saturday night and Sun day on the manners and customs of Japanese people. He assured his hear ers that Japan had no thoucht or ioinlng Germnny in the war with the United States. It was reported here some days since that George Dictz, the clever Germnn nt Grove, was having some very offensive tnlk nnd making himself generally disngrec-nbl- e on the subject of the war. Our rcpoit said that he hnd been arrested and taken to some point in Georgin. Upon investigation we hnd that there no foundation whatever for these re ports. Mr. Dietz is one of the substantial citizens of the Grove section and is much liked by the better class of people of his neighborhood. n "Hlng hold g,ood. Rh5: LossoKSttnt. rwuttlnrcfrewinir"" rftcSlm;ieSin2flof IiicCryTAcnCoNrvsY. mm 8888 LAy4 u vJ Thirty Years i;t3 n l:Cc LE&BffiaaaVfnnS n E? PKTiiiilsaaaaC-"!- 'I TiKW YUM"'. I,, CASTORIA Exsct Copy of Wrapprr. II. F Pobinson nnd Pnelin Cob'i Marshall JolTre caught the popuhnve n't.irmd from Ohio, where they lar fancy in Chicago when his party bought tho entire herd of Polled got its first glimpse of Mi.ldle West. Angus catile belonging to a retident Throngs surged through tho streets rf that Stute nnd shipped them to of that city in a noisy welcome, and Danville. 11 the lot arc cows, heifers. loung America never tailed to nuns an.: cnives ami arc pronounced recognize and cheer the "Hero of by irood judges as bcim: the best ever' the Mnrne brought to Boyle county. They nrel I all registered. The Interior Journal, $1.50 a year. p.. ';.7AGn "'W'1L' n brend shortage the United States, unless it cuts its home consumption, will pro duce only enough wheat this yenrto supply its own population The winter wheat yield is declared to be the smallest in thirteen years. that with the world facing Official wheat crop estimates show No. 218 88 acres about two miles from Stanford, all cleared. Good house and splendid barn. Well ed, finely watered, small orchard. Close to school and churches. Price $3,750 and terms right. No. 184 About three acres of land. Nice four room cottage, halls, etc. niacksmith shop, 28x38. All necessary outbuildings. Cistern. Will sell cheap. No. 101 310 acres, five miles from Lawrenccburg right on good pike. Most of the land is in blue grass. Five room house. Seven acre tobacco barn, good silo. Will sell as a whole or divide. Price $35 per acre and terms right. It will pay to investigate this place. No. 127 100 acres about four miles from Stanford. Three room house and splendid tobacco nnd stock barn. This farm lays well and is well d located. Price $0,000. Terms and balance in ono and two years. No. 132 72 acres of this ten acres in blue grass, 50 acres in timothy and clover meadow and balance in cultivation, one and n half story five room dweling. Good barn, 40x25 and CO foot shed, corn crib, etc. Splendid'wnter, two wells, ponds and creek. About 150 fruit trees. This place is only about 300 yards from good pike and the price is only 0 and easy terms. No. 185 03 acres one nnd a half miles from good town. In graded school district. Six room residence, barn, etc. Well watered. Price $2,500. No. 151 Good five room house, two porches nnd about seven acres of land. Small barn. About 100 fruit trees. Price $1,000 and you couldn't build the house for the money. one-thir$4,-50- British Foreign Secretary Balfour declared before the Senate that the war conferences in Washington had cemented nn alliance of three irrent democracies destined to crush the greatest world menace of all time and SAUFLEY The farmers are busy planting to save civilization and liberty. corn and sowing hemp. 3Iore than 1100,000 men applied Mir. George Martin uni Mjtor. haw been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. for commissions in the Officers' Reserve Corps. Of this number 00,000 Moore at H.Trodsburg .Mi-- s ni",c S.unpson -r:ul Miss qualified in the preliminary test and be sent to training 'lha'eth l viitcd St- ai.e Mrs 40;000 will months' intensive enmps for three Lonzo Castle at Hubble. Mr. Henry Bourne, of Shelby City, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. 31. Ware J. W. Gastineau bought of I'helns and 3Irs. Susie Adams. thoroughbred Shorthorn .Mr. C. W. Lovell and daughv lire Cobb two heifers for $180. vi iiing relatives at Somprset. 31if-eJennie and Sarah Sampson are visiting their cousins at ITwice TO AILING WOMEN Little Many A Sufferer In Sound Adrlce Will Help Stanford the weight at six weeks. To Purina Chowder Farmers don't you think right now is the best time to rn so draft horses? The price was never higher than now, and our supply of work horses is nt the lowest point it ha been for years. There are not more than half as many brood mnres In the county now as there were five years ago. You can see that wo arc facing n horse famine. What are you croing to do about it? Autos nnd auto-trucare all right but you can't farm with You can't raise colts from them. your mules. It looks like the most sensible nnd business-lik- e thing to do is to raise some good draft colts before your old brood mares are gone. I olfer for public service the champion draft stallion, Voltaire. He has proven himsvlf to be ono of the best breeders this county hns ever known. He will make the season nt my place on the Danville pike, one mile from Stanford at $15 to insure a living colt; season due when colt Is foaled or mare parted with. Will not be for accidents VOLTAIRE 55140 I don't suppose there is n better bred horse in Kentucky than Kentucky Gentleman He has been one of the most successful horses in tho show ring that this county has produced in years. He is Just the right size for a saddle horse and his first colts which nre four years old now are showing the saddle gnits nicely. The auto has put the light driving tent, but you don't have any trouble in selling a saddle horse. am going to offer tho services of this great horse at the extremely low price of $15 to insure. I am giving you for $15 what most men would charge from $'J5 to $10 for. Do you appreciate it? If so send your best marcs to tho court of Kentucky Gentleman and let him get you a nice colt. J. NkVIN CARTER, Stanford, Kj. KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5IG7 By Chester Pcnvinc 3184 by Ilex Peavine 1790 by Rex McDonald. First dnm Flora Carter 8119 by Red Squirrel 53 by Black Squirrel. The Interior Journal, $1.50 a year. grow quietly , your chicks must have something besides rjra'n. Hughes and No woman should consider herself Chicken healthy and well if the kidneys are in which weak. Poisons that arc passed off al su ltcs the clement deficient gmn is when the kidneys are well are re...... ,n.Mv, k'.UVU, tained in the body when the kidneys f citlierj, nervei, and are disordered. If the kidneys and lean neat. When fed bladder become inflamed and swolS3 directed, with len worse troubles may quickly folPurina Chick Feed, low. This is often the cause of we cuarcMee pains, lameness, backache, DOUBLE etc. Uric poisoning is also frequent DEVELOPMENT cause of headaches, dizzy spells, lanO.t MONEY BACK guor, nervousness and rheumatic tha flrtt fir pains. re solach! k'slllc. When suffering so, try Doan's Kid li checkerboard Laci ney riiis, a remedy that has proven BTTa oalr. eireciive in thousands of such cases. Let a Stanford woman tell of her experience. Mrs. E. J. Cooley, Whitley Ave., Stanford, says: "My kidneys were V7OvHrCK SCHrCKEN out.of order and I felt run down and tired out. I had dull pains in my back and across my loins. The action of L THat my kidneys was irregular. I read of fB jPBaaaaaaaaaaaal W Doan's Kidney Pills nnd bouirht some at the New Stanford Drug Co. This medicine soon put my kidneys in FOR SALE BY good order and relieved other symp toms of kidney trouble." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply nsk for a kidney remedy get uoan's Kidney rills the same that Mrs. Coolev had. Foster-3Iiibur- n 38-- 1 Plenty of fresh air, diet us preCo., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. scribed by a physician, cleanliness Plans of the Naval Consulting and the observance of simple health Board to combat the submarine men rules have cured thousands of cases ace are no dream, but are of of tuberculosis. Do not despair but importance, Secretary Dan- communicate at once with tho Tuberiels declared following a conference culosis Commission nt Frankfort. Dr. W. h. Hcizcr, executive secretary with the scientists. will gludly furnish any Information Executives of Southeastern rail- on the care and treatment of the di roads told the Interstate Commerce sease and with the assistance 01 Commission that an increase in rates your physician insure you of cure if is absolutely necessary to meet the it is tuken in time nnd directions are advancing cost of labor and material. followed. bear-ing-do- Mississippi Farm Lands For Sale Good Quality Terms Easy W. H. HIGGINS very attractive propositions to those seeking investments of this character, on easy terms, aided by tho "Federal Farm Loan Act." These lands, duo to the short winter senson, and long grazing periods nre especially adapted to stock raising nnd diversified fnrming: are well located as to churches, schools, shippin gpoints nnd markets; aro situated on improved highways and are well watered, either by streams or artesian wells. Almost every character nnd kind of crop that can be raised in Kentucky can be raised profitably in Mississippi. s Cheap railroad rates for can be obtained by those desiring to look tho situntion over. I shnll bo pleased to give further information to any one who is sufficiently interested that will call to see mo or writo to mo nt Stanford. HARVEY HELM. home-seeker- A trip through different sections of tho State of Mississippi nnd an observation of agricultural conditions thero has convinced me that it is the placo at tho present time to secure tho best land values at tho lowest prices from $5 to $50 per acre, some of them near a city, with six trunk lino rnilroads, and ns large as Lexington, Kentucky, where lands are selling nt $300 per acre by those seeking homes or Investments in good fnrming lands. Believing that it would bo of mutual advantage and profit to those seeking homes or investments in fnrming lands, nt lowr prices than are possible in this section of Kentucky, whero land vnlucs have advanced beyond the reach of tho farmer of moderato means, I hnve associated myself with several responsible gentlemen in the state of Mississippi and nm in position to offer some THE FOLLOWING IS A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF A FEW TYPICAL TRACTS OF LAND FOR SALEt 230 "c,,o $ 'arm, 9 miles from Jackson, Capital ri of tho State, on Q. & C., Ry d under cultivation, bulance timber nnd pnsturc lands, 10 tenant houses, mostly fenced, located In county that has recently voted bonds for pikes, which will bo constructed very close to this tract. Prico $12.50 per acre. No. 2. 021 acres, 3 miles from county sent of 6,000 Inhabitants on a good gravel road, large portion under cultivation, balance is splendid pnsturo land, watered by creeks and ponds, nlco dwelllnc with modern improvements nnd number of tenant houses Price $30.00 per acre. ,&, aU , No. 31075 acres, two miles from Capital, 700 acres under cultivation, balance fino pasturage, running springs, largo dwelling but in need of repair, with probability of pike passing Immediately in front of it. Prico $15.00 per acre. No. 4.1235 acres, 8 miles from Capital, eight room residence, large barn, 10 tenant houses, plenty of water, well fenced, one' ha f mile from gravel road, undulating, all except 50 acres under cultivation. Prico $20.00 per acre. No. 8. 1.000 ucrcs. on O. & C. It v.. 3 mil t frnn, .nnni.. halfway between nckson and Vicksburg, two of tho largest cities in stale. uu acres unuer cultivation, balance pasture nnd timber. Two manager's houses, and four tenant houses. Prico $20 00 oer aero. T.rae.t one-thir- M'Carty Stanford, Ky. Office Phone 180 You Need Not Suffer From Catarrh You havo probably been in tho habit of using external treatments to relievo your catarrh. You have applied sprays, washes and lotions to tho mucous surfaces of tho noso nnd throat, have been temporarily relieved, and then wondered a short time after, why you wcro troubled with another attack of catarrh. You should realize that catarrh is an infection of tho blood. This fact has been agreed upon by specialists in catarrh troubles, and has been proven in tho laboratories of tho Swift Specific Co. S. S. C, which was discovered over fifty years ago, will cleanse your blood of the catarrhal poisons and will thereby relievo, you of tho dripping in your throat, tho Home Phones 152 and 184 sores in your nostrils, spitting, hawking and bad breath. All druggists carry S. S. S., and tho physicians of our Medical Depart ment will cheerfully answer any letters which you may writo them In regard to your case. Swift Specific wow avo tjwui uuuuing, Anunu, u. 1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: "Friday, May II, 1917 OTTENHEIM Telephone Troubles stantly trying to prevent trouble of any kind in the workings of the equipment, and to repair such troubles as soon as possible after they occur. l' BELL Telephone employees are con- Subscribers arc asked to report trouble immediately, and to exercise a reasonable patience while it is being cleared. working on your telephone, it docs not mean that you are not receiving proper attention. The difficulty may be at the switchboard, in the cable or at any one of several other places. Two or three men may beat work hunting it down. It is always our first consideration to clear troubles promptly. When you Tele phone Smile If you do not sec a man actually CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated (fmS Vs&tiS&y J. E. JORDAN, Local Manager, tSanford, Ky. The full strength of the first wnr army orgnnlzcd under selective draft will be 18,038 officers nnd r.28,cr0 enlisted men, making up eighteen war strength divisions complete In every by sixteen firm nnd supplemented regiments of heavy field artillery, equipped with large caliber howitzers A force of similmr strength is to be taken from the regular army and National Guard. Kentucky and In diana are expected to combine In raising one selective draft division. f Inches of snow Four nnd fell in Denvci Saturday In n snow. storm that wns general over the Rocky Mountain region. one-hal- Spnnglcd IJnnnor flonting here, and that is on Father Leo's property, I. e., Catholic Church. Last Monday, Itev. Father Leo united In marriage nt Millcdguville, Mr. Vincent I'oellinger nnd Carolina ll'horner, also Mr. Michael Seller nnd Mini Emma Muggenthnlcr. Mrs. Charles Trub hai returned from Cincinnati, where she had her eyes treated. Mr. Emil Mcnzen, the unfortunate mnn during Inst winter frost, will snnn return from the hospital. John Wcntzcl says everything is high, so he has to chnrgc a little, whole lot more. Mrs. Ma Kcarns, who has been on the sick list for nliout nine weeks is improving. There are ever so many parties In the rnce for County Attorney hut ltev. Father Leo, says after nil, wc should stick to the old reliable one I. e ., W. S. Ilurch. Our telephone line from OHen-hcito Stanford, Is in the finest condition. A person can die six times before you can call the doctor over said line. Maybe after n while wc will lmvt- - to iti'"l to Illicit Siim to help us out, if owners of lines can not do it. Our mud road, that from Somerset pike on to nt least Mr. hchlappi s njace was to be fixed. Hut. gentlemen of the jury, drive over this road and behold the sight. Why. is rothine done to our roads? Whose fault is it? Plensc nnswer? People from nil directions nrc here to buy potatoes, but all are gone. Mr. Fred Hcver, celebrnting bis birthday on the 22nd of April, enter-tainc- d the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eycr, Mr. and Mrs. John Wcntzcl, Mr. nnd Mrs. August Abt. Mrs. Emil Mrs J. Foos, Mr. nnd Hcnzcn. Mr. Emil Bless arid children. They nil sny that they had n delightful time. Thanks to Mr. Fred Beyer. There is no more wnr talk from cither side since Rev. Fnther Leo published the article in the paper No use in talking, some time ago. plant all you can. Plant, to feed the nation. m Mr. Leo Eycr gotn new fire proof safe for keeping cool nil his insurance policies. Mr. John Wcntzcl ordered n lot of hnnd mode wooden hay and Inwn rnkes. Something good. Come nnd look at thrm So fnr there Is only one Star EXPERIENCE OF KENTUCKY WOMAN. Loulsvilte, Ky. "I hiwo been much benefited by thoi uso of Dr. Pierce's Fnvorito Pnwription. When In rt rundown, nervous condition 1 saw ' Fnvorito Prescription' advertised in the paper. Tho use of nnqlottlo g.i o me very market! improvement nnd I nm glad to endorse It. It Is a good medicine nnd scorns to ho just ns advcrtined." Mas. LllXm Zwevpoff, 22.J.J Bank St. An nffection confined to women must Imvo its causa In tho womanly nature. Thero is no doubt that a diwawed condition of tho delicate womanlyi organs, Is In general rcsponsililo for funininn nnd an undermined constitution. Tho uo of Dr. Pierce's Fnvorito Prescripmake women happy by making tion Thorn aro no jnorr crythorn healthy ing spoils, ' Fnvorito Proscription" 's for inllfiuim.it ion and fctnnlo weakness. It makes weak women strong. Middle aged women a!out to experience that dreaded change of life, clioulil profit by the experience of thousand of noble women who have gone tlirough the same period witli little or no pain, misery or discomfort. Dr. Pierce's Fnvorito Proscription is and his Ixrn for nearly M yearn just tho medicine. It is not a secret prescription, for its ingredients are printed on tho wrapper; it's it temperance medicine, a glyceric extract from roots. Get the "Prescription" today either in liquid or tablet form if vou Hunt lo better your physical condition sieedily. Dr. Pierce's Pellets regulato stomach, liver und bowels. norv-ousne- Preserve If iir V USING KffwrsiK wHrrt H;&W,Pure Prepared Paint "The Ilrand That SmtMHa" 1 t V 'J I A Oil Paint of great covering povyer, spreading Pure White Lead, Oxide Zinc and Unseed capacity and durability. There is no guess work about its quality. Read the formula on every can. This paint forms a tough, tenacious, leather like coating which remains in perfect condition for many years. It retains its color tpo. ' It costs no more to apply the best than a cheap, inferior grade. Therefore the best is the cheapest in the long run. . n HJ, llf " MSB B Brand has been sold in your community for years. Ask your dealer about its quality and for names of user$. ON SALH BY The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. THE PLAN FOR DRAFTING Plans for the registering of men called to the colors under the Selective Draft Bill are being considered. The Governor will appoint a bonrd in ench county, which in turn will select three men in ench voting precinct to conduct the registration. Louisville, Lexington, Covington nnd Newport will nppoint their own. This will occupy five days. Every man within the nge limit fixed by the statute nnd cnll of the President must register. The exemptions will be made by the War Department aft- erward. These probably will include those with dependent families and those engaged in certain skilled and productive occupations. From those selected the number required will be called and examined. It is cstimntcd that considerably more than a quarter of a million Kcntuckians will be registered during the five days. Badges of war census officers already have been shown, indicating that provost duty will be thorough in rounding up any who may undertake to escape the notice of the officers. You can hnvo Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Advisor of 1008 pages for 30 cents or threo dimes. It treats of Sex, Hygiene, Marriage, Anatomy, Physiology, etc. Address: Dr Pierce, Invalids' Hotil, Buffalo, .V. Y. U. S. WHEAT SUPPLY Recent estimates place the visible supply of whent in North America at approximately 110,000,000 bushels; 75,000,000 bushels in the United States. It also is estimated that there will be 430,000,000 bushels of winter wheat in the United States upon acres planted. Estimates of spring wheat now being planted will be made on June 1. All figures in the light of averages for the past years, mdicntc Cnnda nnd the United States should be able to produce more than 000,000,000 bushels of spring and winter wheat this year, upon n combined area of about 00,000,000 acres. Spring wheat averages for the last few years make about 250,000,000 bushels for the United States, and 220,000,000 bushels for Canada the normal production. Normally about 10,000,000 acres of wheat arc planted in Canada each year. In the United States 19,000,-00- 0 acres of spring planted wheat, according to averages for recent years, is about normal, while the total acreage normally for both spring nnd winter wheat is about 52,000,-00- 0 acres. Collar Pads -- All Sizes, 18 to 24 Theodore Roosevelt, upon his return to New York from Chicago, declared he hoped, as Mnrshnl Joffro had urged, that the people in this country would realize the necessity for sending a force to the French front without delay. at POSTED! We, whose nnmes are hereto attached will permit neither hunting, fishing nor trespassing of any kind on our property, nnd those guilty of doing such will be prosecuted to the 40 Cents Turnersville Supply Co. Turnersville, Kentucky full extent of the law: M. D. Elmore, U. S. Traylor, J. D. Nave, Louis Nave. S. J. Embrv, J. L. Robbins, J. C. Fox & Son, Geo. B. Pruitt. Commissioner's Sale FARMERS! See me at once for Fertilizers for Tobacco, Corn and Hemp E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford Ladies' Pumps The season's most attractive offerings, in dull kid, patent leather and white canvas. In obedience to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at the February term 1917. in the action of James and Caroline Gooch's heirs agninst James and 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, Kv., offer for sale at public outcry, to the highest nnd 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 tho land of W. P. Carson: on the east and south, by Hustonvillc nnd Mt. Salem pike; on the west by the lands of Frank Coppage. containing 43 acres, 1 rood nnd 11 poles. (2) The tract of Innd owned by Carolino Gooch nt time of her denth. nbout Orders have been received by the one nnd a half miles from McKinney, Seventh Internal Revenue district to in Lincoln county, Ky., bounded on reduce the surplus number of the north by Innd of C. L. Piles: on and gaugers to 15 per cent. tho enst by Hustonvillc nnd McKinney short pike; on the south by tho McKinney nnd Middleburg turnpike, containing 4 ncres and 7 poles. Tho object of tho sales is for a settlement of the estates of Jnmes nnd Caroline Gooch nnd n division of proceeds nmong their heirs. TERMS Tho sales will bo made on a credit of six months. The purchasers will be required to give bonds 'vith "ood security, payable to Com- misione, bearing six per cent, interest frcm date until paid, having the force nnd effect of judgments a.id secured 'iv lien on the land. E. D. store-keepeN 500 INVENTIONS TRIED OUT "It looks ns though the submarine problem has been solved," said Mr. Saunders of the Naval Consulting Board, "not only in theory, but on the strength of practical tests on the Atlantic const." Mr. Saunders added that 500 insupression had ventions for been submitted for consideration of the board, nnd the experiments with many of them justified, he believed, tho nssertion thnt, n plan had been found by which the submnrinc peril could be elminnted. Mr. Snunders wns unwilling to go into further details of the board's experiments, nil data on the subject having been forwarded to Washing ton, but he snid the public had n right to be informed of the progress mnde townrd nullifying the depreda-tion- s of the German undersea craft. A sure 2:05 Pacer Trial 2:12 Trotter, chestnut stallion, foaled 1008. Bred by C. T. Worthington Danville, Kentucky. fjay Bird 5060 Sire of 144, dams of 95. Allerton 5128 Record 2:09 Sire of 9 in 2:10, Guitie Wilkes Boy By Maabrino dams of 3 in 2:10. A err cat brood 844. Locanda 30312 ........ Record 2:02 Sire of Ed Locanda Alcyone 732, 2:27 Or(3) 2:12 Sire of 59. dams of 70 phan Boy (3) 2:19 Kathrina 5, including Dam of Katie Jackson 2:25 4 4 and Locanda's Locanda 2:02, Junero uy nullum, oo. Daughter 2:24 2:10 Martindale etc. Champion race 2:1fl 1.2. Tn.Ipll Patchen Wilket 3550 stallion of 1004-5- . Hildreth 2:26 4 Record 2:20 4 Sire of 68, dams of Jo Patchen 30239 37. Sire of Patchen Record 2:01 4 Maid 2:08 Joa Sire of Dan Patch Patchen 2:01 1 :55, Star Patchen Josephine Young 2:04 4 and 4 others By Joe Young 2530. iTuah Worth, Vol 18.. in 2:10, dam of BedDam of 2. Record 2.19 2 ford Belle 2:06 rGambettn Wilkes 4659 Sire of 23 in 2:10, Lottie Loraine.... ...... dams of 7 in 2:10. Record 2:05 4 i i Dam of Mary Worth Tuah Worth Lady Yciter 2:17 By Chief Garrard 2:19 2253. Dam of. 4 trot ters. 7 pacers. 3 sires; grandam of 12. by Vermont 104, (Gill's) 4th dam Jewell Dam of 2 in 2:30, 3 sires of 262. Orphan Boy 2:19 Locanda 30312, rec. 2:02, sire of Ed Locanda 2:12 His dam, Katrina, also produced Locanda's Daughter 2:24 and Hildreth Indell 2:22 Martinsdale 2:19 Junero 2:10 produced The next dam, Katie Jackson, record 2:25 2:20 etc. The next dam, Fanny, William Mac 2:05 Alcymont, sire of (dam of Lord Sultan 2:10 also produced Nelly O'Neil 2:22 and Wilkes O'Neill Dutchess O'Neill 2:12 Commutation 2:11 and 2 successful sires. 2:24 3-1- -4 3-- 4, 3-1-- 4, 3-- 4, 9-2, 1-3-4, 4. 3-2. 3-2. 3-- 4, 4, 4. 3-- 4, 2, 4. 3-2, 4, 2, 4, 1-- 4, Worth 55613 rs J. A. VEATCH & CO. Rural Route No. 2 Harrodtburg, Ky. M. C. L. C.C. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky Sheriff's Sale By virtue of excution No. 908 directed to me, which issued from the Clerk's Office of the Lincoln Circuit Court, in favor of Lottie Adams ngainst Jesse Adams, I or ono of my Deputies, will on MONDAY, MAY 14, 1917 Wheat FlQur CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD! U. S. Government T ests Prove It. ARTICLES Eggs Beef, sirloin Mutton, leg Milk Energy 10 cents will buy ZiMS - 1030 wmm 1185 13G5 410 445 Pork, loin Chects Butter Rice wmmm Breakfast Foods Wheat Flour ENERGY Potatoes Beans, dried 6540 2950 mmmmm 3040 M 1489 ! 2025 wmmm - (U, S. Department of Agriculture, Farmers Bulletin No. 142) Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities J. H. Baughman & Co. between tho hours of 10 o'clock, A. M. nnd 3 o'clock P. M at tho courthouse door in Stanford, county of Lincoln, Ky., expose to public sale to the highest bidder, tho following nroperty (or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy tho nmount of tho plaintiff's debt, interest, nnd cost), to wit: , A tract of land in Lincoln county on tho Stanford and Lancaster pike, iniilei bv the landx of It. L. Hubble. J. W. Logan, Miss Annio Ash- lock and Stone, and being the same 'and conveved to Jeie Adams by Iced of G. W. Withers nnd wife dated May 29, 1914 nnd recorded in Deed Book .18. nnire 39(1 of tho Lin coln County Clerk's Ofllce, levied up- m ns tho property or Jesso Adums. TERMS: Snlu will bo mado on n redit of threo months, bond with pprovod security required, bearing interest nt the rnto of six per cent, ner annum from day of sale, and hav-n- " tho force and effect of a sale bond, this 23 dav of April 1917. J G. WEATHERFORD. Sheriff of Lin- ' i'oii"tv, bv V A. WEATHER- rUUU, Ucputv Sheriff. 34-3- 8. ePyj aeaneaPBBaBaBafleaBmBJE I JMFf m A "3iiejJJr'rf amVeannr VT' H BOSSEAU PERCHERON STALLION BOSSEAU stand my recUtered Percheron Stallion, my great mule jack, JOE, at $8 on same Care taken to prevent accidents, but not Stanford pike. Believing that now U the time to raUe good aortas and mulei. I will BOSSEAU, weight 2,060 pound, at $10 to insure a living colt, and terms. Will make liberal cut to thote having more than one mare. reipomible should any occur. Farm one mile froaa Hustonvilla on . BERRY, Hu.teavlll., Ky. -- v. SFnwa r : - r X V ' ', The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: The Interior Journal E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright Tntert Friday, NJay 1 .1 ,. 1 9J 7 . N Bank Appeals to Small Depositors this Bank transacts a general bnnking WHILE and enjoys the patronage of large depositors; yet it appeals to people who wish to make smaller deposits on personal or family accounts. This Bnnk accepts deposits in any amount and serves the small depositor with the same courtesy as it extends to rlarger depositors. New accounts arc cordially invited, in small as well as large amounts, and every depositor is assured the greatest security for money and every attention and service. EVERY BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY FACILITY J l Ms trniftd cum pttttflu tf ffnhrd. mu warier. Kf., u Judge W. R. Shackelford, of the circuit court, recently requested the mnyor of Richmond to il procure lor him n nstyi tne nblp bodied men. white nnd black, within the corporate limits of that city. The judge stated that he desired to call attention of his next grand Jury to idleness and as n means nttention of the of setting the Jurors specifically called to the mat ter. wanted the exact number wno are violating the vagrancy act. This is a capital move on the part of Judge Shackleford and it is sincerely hopeir every circuit judge in me State will follow the lead of the Mad-Iso- n jurist. That nn idle mind i the devil's work shop, there can be no doubt, nnd when a loafer is con victed of vogrnncy, it is n hundred to one shot that n violator of some other law i punished at the same time. Attention is called to local con- e are informed by a re ditions. sponsible oflicial that loafers are very numerous in this section, nnd if they can be convicted, nnd put to work, a good deed will be done for the community in general. Richmond uncm-nlovc- Clothes of Character Clothes have character just the tame at ple. It is usually evident at first meeting. sure to show in time. . peo- yJr It is Adler Collegian Clothes have character to start with nnd chnrncter that remains the same comfortable dependable character you find in your best friends. -- Checking and Interest Bearing Accounts Invited. The Lincoln County National Bank The Lincoln Trust Company in Both Institutions Are Under the Same Management . r f f "CORNER NEXT TO COURT STANFORD, HOUSE." KENTUCKY For Men and Young Men All Styles All Sizes All Wool In Fayette county there is building a tuberculosis hospital to cost over a hundred thousand dollars and it hoped to be able to open for service July 1. The county subscribed twenty-fiv- e thousand dollars, but the larger amount is being raised by subscription nnd much of the money necessary is still unprovided. A campaign to raise the needed amount is beintr wneod and neonle all over the section that the institution will serve are asked to subscribe. As provision will be mnde for caking care of the soldiers encamped there, the whole State should feel interested and help in the worthy undertaking. James W. Hopper, for years an editorial writer on the Courier-Jour- nal and previous to that editor of the Lebanon Enterprise, is dead in Louisville at nn advanced age. He had been ' in feeble health for many years and his death did not come ns a surprise. In the Courier-Journeditorial rooms Mr. Hopper was known ns the "walRing encyclopedia," such a store of useful information he possessed. He was highly educated nnd spoke several foreign languages fluently. A finer old gentleman never lived and the son and daughter who survive him have the sympathy of every member of the Kentucky press. Taft says there can be no permanent peace which does not provide for the utter elimination of the Kaiser, nnd he might have added without his entire annihilation The Hapsburgs and Hohenzollcrns must go along with the exploded fetish that kings rule by divine right. The fight is for democracy nnd ngainst autocracy and it will not end until the people rule everywnerc. Arizonia furnishes something new in coroner jury verdicts. A mob hanged a man who had murdered n husband and criminally assaulted his wife and n jury found that it was a case of "justifiable homicide commit-p- d bv nersons unknown to the Jury." Mnb law is rarelv iustifiable. but there will be no controversy that In this case the proper verdict was returned. The Follcn Unitarian church of East Leximrton. Mass... taking ad vantage of the new law permitting farm and garden, work on Sunday in that State, has decided to omit its morning services on Sundnjr during May and June, in order that its members may devote more time to their gardens. The pastor, Kcv. . marK, has enlisted in the naval reserve. al "Collegian" character is the result of faithful adherence to "Collegian" standards of distinctive design, faultlc&s fabrics and skilled workmanship. Collegian Spring and Summer Suits now on display in our store reflect the best art and skill known to the garment trade. McRoberts & Bailey GENT'S FURNISHINGS An investigation of the high prices of coal charged by dealers in Louisville will be made by the Jefferson county grand jury Commonwealth's Attorney HufTnker having set in motion the legal machinery which will of every result in representatives STANFORD, KY. to coal concern and every railroad be- cy exists there. ing called before the inquisitorial body next Thursday in nn effort to J. K, Rover had a valuable mule determine if a price-fixinconspira die of a bowel trouble Wednesday. g Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local application!, at they cannot reach la ear There the diseased portion of the only one way to cure catarrhal deafness, remedy and that la by a constitutional la cauied by an In Catarrhal Deafness Ramed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When Ihla tube la Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed. Dafnrsa la the result. L'nlesa the Inflammation can be reduced and tbls tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever. Many cases of dearness are. caused by catarrh, which Is an Innamed condition of the mucoua our facet. Haifa Catarrh Medicine acta thru the blood on ths mucous surfaeea of the system. Wa will give Ona Hundred Dollars for any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Circulars free. All Drurrlatt. Tic, CO . Toledo. O. F. J. CHENEY PURINA Chick Feed PURINA Scratch Feed PURINA Chower TRY IT! W. H. HIGGINS Main Street Stanford, Ky. Swiss Service via Parcel Post , is a The "SWISS SERVICE" in Cleaning and Dyeing "REVELATION" to those living out of the city. You need no longer worry about that "SPOT" or "SOILED SUIT." Just send it to us and we will do the rest. We CLEAN and DYE EVERYTHING. Write for information. A call for momen volunteers for work as conductorsjwi street cars has been issued by City Traction Commissioner of Cleveland. The statement is made that the street railway comnanv is 200 men short and that the war draft will take a hundred or so more, so women are depended on in the crisis. Swiss Cleaners & Dyers ,DCOrpo"," 617 Fourth Avenue WE OPERATE NINE DIFFERENT Louisville, Ky. STORES II. L. Calhoun, dean of the College of the foible, at Lexington, severely criticized the finding of the Hoard of Trustees of the institution in which it held there was no ground for the charge that vnrious members of the faculty had been guilty of destructive criticism, averring that the report was in the nature of a .fi&(M&y Suits that will give back in service and isfaction all that you pay for them All wool, worsteds, tweeds, homespuns, cheviots, flannels and blue serges; patterns show solid color effects in blue, gray and brown mixtures in numerous shadings plaids, checks and stripes an idea for every taste. The styles are developed in the newer belted models for the younger men, many varieties; older men will like the more conservative, dignified styles. Every garment superbly tailored to fit, and fit well! sat- Save Money On Shoes Women's Low Shoes -- at- RUBY GLOSS Furniture Polish DCST.S, "WORLD'S BUST llili Guaranteed re To Klve malefacyour tion or money will be refunded. en-li- Your IMono. , oudwork. Automobile, Kliilnh-c- il 1 loom, ami all Varr) hod .Surface. Cl tir, iuro ami frco from any cum. AVIll not dust, a It irathor five. a. bard, dry, brlBht a brighter frloea; than wax uml .easier to roi.isnr.3 CI.EAXS. Furniture, $1.95 They will go like hot cakes. Value $4.00 per pair See our line of high grade Kid Pumps in Black or Grey. M' Odd lots of Black, Kid, Patent and Tan $10.00 $12.50 $15.00 $18.00 $20.00 $25.00 rou IT'S . u. FLOons Cc-darOL csn Prices reasonable, and Houdena Po uhino Mori!j "!- under the market. Phillips & Phillips ir" STANFORD'S BIGGEST STORE PENCE & HILL Severance & Son kv The Interior Jouriittl, Stanford, Kentucky : Friday, May II, 1917 "i . . i Htf ,, f . Pt--Fiv- e Our Country Is Now Engaged In The Greatest War Ever In The History Of The World . Cms Lhsm Off Miss Lcttle Walker McKlnncy'was In WMMatfiTMs-i- r S Drop Do the Work, Vtdalmlj . "I tell you, before I heard of I used to try one. thing after fleta-nnother (or corns. I still had them. 1 used bandages and they made my This Bank can not fight on the firing line, but proposes to do its part by offering and Loaning to Its Customers. The Far- ers 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 the "Liberty Loan" to raise money for the war. 1-- Tlier'll I'eel lllglit DIM too no big It wbb murder to put on my shoe I used a.ilvrs nnd other thlni? Mint nte oft more of the too than they did tho corn I'd cut and , dltf with klilves nnd scissors, hut now no morn foollnir for mo Two drops of "(Jets-I- t' did nil tho work. It makes the corn shrivel nnd Bet so loose that ou enn just pick It right off with your flnRers'" Thero has been nothing new discovered for rorns since "Octs-lt- " wns horn. Tt's the new way tha common-sensjlmple, sure way. ' (lets-It- " Is sold everywhere. 25c a tNilllr, or ceiil on lectlpt of price Dd e, m Corn Drive Yon MnflT Try "Hem-It- wife, Airs. Pipes and Les Knds, nil of the West End. were here Thursday night returning rrom Frankfort, where they nnd spent the dny Alr.'J, T. Russell, of Greensburg, who hnd been nt Willinmsburg to attend the G A, R. reunion, stopped over to spend n few days with his brother, J. R. Russell, in the Otten-helsection. Aliss Lucile Scott, who ns trimmer for Airs. Relln Arnold Francis, made "many friends during her sojourn here, hns gone to Lancaster to Airs. Francis in her "Style Shop" there. She has been succeeded by Mis AInry Anion Jennings, of Chlcn-g- o sight-seeinm C. Rupley. Air. C. C. Ross, anon, came up Wednesday for the funernl of her grandmother, Mrs. II Miss Lucile Hourtgnn, of near Leb- Lexington this week. Talk to the Tri-Sta- te Patron in Your Neighborhood Let him explain his experience to you ana the profit of letting' cream direct to the Tri-Sta- te Butter Co., Cincinnati, E 0. TRI-STAT- " 2 by K. Ivtwrence & Co , Chicago, III. Sold In Stanford and recommended as tho world's best corn remedy by Tho Lincoln Pharmacy nnd The Penny Drug Store. Aliss Grace Thompson and Air. Flint, of King's Mountain, were the guests of Airs. Wallace Walter Tuesday. PEBfiONAL AND SOCIAL May 12. The Hculnh Walker Circle will moot nt the Christian church nt 2:30. Mrs. J. F. (lover will be the hostess. May 1(5 Dramatic Club present Classic Gnlatvn. Pygmalion and Dnnce and Orchestra. Hoy Snndcrson, of Louisville, was here Sunday. Mrs. Snllie Johnson returned to her homo in Ixiuisville last night .Miss Stella Ilunlcy enmc home from Moranton, N. (.., Wednesday morn. insr from Fnribault, Minn., Wednesday nlirht. Mrs. II. Clay Kauffman, of Lnncas. ter, was a Ruest of Mrs. C. E. Tate . this week. W. D. McCorliack has returned from ft visit to relatives at Ash Grove, Mo. lira. J. S. Ilicc went to Cave City Wednesday to visit her mother, Mrs. Mary Garnctt. Mrs. A. II. KIkin. of Louisville, who has been the guest of her daughter. Mrs. It. M. Newnald, has return-n- il home. Misses Maud Wain and Imogcne Aliss Lucile Nowlnnd Kellv. daughllnvt. of Dawson Snrincs. lire the jrucsta of Mr. T. G. Tufimnn and fam ter of Dr. and Airs. L. C. Kelly, of Camphcllsvillc, and granddaughter ily nt Jlustonvnic. of Air. nnd Airs. T. I). Newland, of Mrs. Will Hawkins, who has bn-medal in n ll this city, won the gold with her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Chancellor, left Wednesday f t declamatory contest the other night at her home town. There were eight her home nt Corbin. Mrs. L. K. Carpenter nnd son, contestants. Sheriff nnd Airs. .lack, of Philadelphia, Pu., ni rived ford nre back from n J. G. Wenther- protracted visTucsdny to be the quests of her parit to relatives in Ilirmlngham, Nashents. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mencfee. ville nnd other Southern points. Koth Miss Nancy Willi", of Nicholns-villwho is with her grandmother. enjoyed the trip greatly and feel Mm. J. H. Willis, .nt Crab Orchard much better by having taken it. Air. several Wcatherford Sprinjrs, was in the city Thursday. of llesh duringgainedabsence. pounds his Al Sampson and Henry, John and Postmnster K. O. Marion Fields went up ta Kockcastlc Orchard, is visiting Gooch, of Crnb in Hoosierdom. several days to spend Thursday He was at Terre the fishing in Kockcastlc river. They French Commission, Haute when popuwith the motored through. Joffre, the stellar attraction, Chancellor. lar Mr. and Sirs. Iledoll iiihI stopped there and u monster demonMr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Willi-inwas given. Air. Gooch sends Mn. Will Hawkins, the latter nt Cor- stration J. a post enrd with splendid I. bin, formed an auto party to yiller-buii- vr the Wiland where several days wen? ejov-nbl- pictures ofIt President the Airs. Imparts spent with Mr. and Mrs A! K. son on it. having a great information time. that he is Truitt. Milton nnd Kay Powell came home from Wuyland to nttend the burial of their grandmother, Mrs. Rachel Humble. Milton has n good job BrightenUixAmerica! the Elkhorn Coal Co. nnd Kay holds n responsible position with the SouthSherwin-VJilliam- s ern Hell Telephone Co. Mr. and Mm. Uuford Phillips, of , PAINTS Knoxville. spent Monday night and Weather destroys one liouhe Tucsdny in Stanford the guests of iiifourcvcryyear. That fourth Rev. W. I). Welbum and Mrs. .loo 1. Kmbry, cousins of Airs. Phillips. Mr. house may be yours this year doing business whlo Phillips was it properly protected? iiiim ii farm trnrtor Jr., Morgan Smith Kaughmnn, wlio was operated on for nppendici-tl- s JbbP? A''') in the Good Snmantan Hospital fV$ nt Lexington, nnd who while convnl-escin- g atfrom tho operation hud nn brought home tack of measles, was Tuesday. He made the trip buck in nil utnr.,1 it nicelv. He is doing -,i nni splendidly nnd will soon bo able to como to town nnd mingle with his many young friends. Claiborne C. Walton, who Joined tho Murines last full nnd bus been on the buttleship, Montana, most of tho timu since, arrived Wednesday on n furlough of ten days. He is de"l aaaaaaaaW .ataaaafe bbbbbbT ( lighted with his work nnd says that would if he were not in the .crvicp he certuinly volunteer. He has seen a great deal of the country since ho and has profited considerably by the experience ho has had. Shcrwin-WilliaiPaint. -Hc-!ee, Miss .lnnio Hupley came home Albert VonGruenigan nnd fnmlly. County Attorney W. S. liurch is in Airs. W. I Iiybee, of Ashland, is - tVin mint here nt the bedside of her fnther, KmnWfnrt tmlni nHnntliming called by Attorney General L- Kev. W. SGrmstend, who is quite guti. l he object is to Investigate the ill. Air. nnd Airs. Robert Scuddcr, of high prices that nre being charged Glendalc, Arizona, arc with Madison fnr fortnln (nmmniltlia, nml fr art. Il county relatives and friends for it there is nny good renson why they should not be more reasonable. few weeks. J T. Wilkinson wired his fnther, Kd Wilkinson, from Cincinnati, where he has it good position in n big drug house, that he had offered his services to Uncle Sam nnd would take the examination for lieutenant in the hospital corps today. In the play, Pygmalion and Gain-tePygmnlion brings Gnlatcu, a statue, to Ufa. Stf much humor resulting can hardly bo imagined. Alia. W. K. Wnrner is Gnlatcn in life, Airs. Hnrry Hill, the statue nnd Aliss Far-ris Pygmnlion. All par's are well taken. a, office, Danville, was in the city Kcv, C II. Greer, of Danville, was Thursday. Mr. Hugucly is n Richmond here Wednesday. product nnd for secrnl yenrs was n Clny Kunley arrived Wednesday, deputy in the county clerk's office being called here by the death of hi" there. mother. Dr. Chnrles Wright, who formerly Airs. G Al. Preston, of Junction lived in Stanford, but who is now n City, was here Wednesday to see Airs. prominent physicinn of Chnttanoogn, Permcliu Ilrtiwn. motored to Stnnford Thursday nnd is Air. nnd Airs. Olen Kteeby, of St. visiting old friends. Ho is accompaniMo., nre the guests of Air. ed by his mother, Airs. Ala'y Wright. Joseph, Tevis Hugucly, of the collector's Air. nml Mrs. John Charles Osborne, of Knoxville, nre hero with Misses Jennie and Charlotte Wnrren. Mr Osborne's house got nn onW for 50,000,000 feet of lumber from the government n few days ngo and it h tnking some hustling to take enro of it. Mrs Hollo Perkins nnd on I.oe Perkins, leturned Tucsdny night from Cnnton. O., where they had been nt the bedside of her son, J. Wnlter Perkins, who suffered a serious nccident some ten dnys ago. They left Air. Perkins doing quite ns well as could be expected. Hubert Carpenter passed nn examination for cnvalrymnn at Lexington Alonday and will serve his country when the call comes. Air. June Givens, of Hubble, nlso tried to get in for similar service, but failed to pass the exnmination. The patriotism of these young men is heartily commended and it should stimulate others to do likewise. Judge John N. Alenefee will leave this afternoon for Fort Benjamin Harrison to take training in the Officers' Reserve Corps, for service in Uncle Sam's nrmy. He passed his examination some ten days ago. It is with regret that the Judge's friends give him up, but feel that he is doing just what every patriotic young man should do in this hour of peril. Air. and Airs. D. F. Rankin nnd children, Air and Airs. Charles Rankin and son, Airs. Robert Rankin, Air. and Airs. Ilavden Lenvell, of Lancaster, spent Sunday with Air. and Airs. Miller Hill. Airs. Hill nnd son accompanied her sister, Airs. D. F. Rankin home and spent several days Air. and Airs. Dave Rankin and Air. Alonte Fox motored over nnd brought Airs. Hill and son home Wednesday. will make more money for the producer than any other creamery. , He doet not worry about hit shipment after he putt it on the train no matter what train, day or night. For the E guarantees the shipment against loit or damage In trantit, and our SPOT CASH pay check permit! no middle-man- ! deduc tiont or commiitiont. You will find the patron a man who appreciate! the it advantage and In chooiing a Retponsible, Safe and Permanent Creamery and tticking to it. Tell him to order cant for you on 30 dayt' trial, or write direct to the TRI-STAT- E cr-V- He will tell you that no shipper us, and hit experience It that the erer lott a dollar dealing with Tri-Sta- te Butter Co., Cincinnati, 0. are IN TRI-STAT- 'We will gladly mail cant prepaid. Over 20,000 cream patront telling to the THE. LARGEST CREAMERY AMERICA buying direct from the producet. STYLE SHOP t COME IN COURT DAY Mrs. Francis will be here and see the many Bargains that we have in Spring and Summer Hats "STYLE SHOP" Dr. Price! Old Stand ., RAPkS tiU Stanford, Kentucky J. K. Huston, of McKinney, is visiting friends in Aladison. Air. and Airs. Alorris Humble, of London, and Airs A. R. Humble, of Cincinnati, attended the funeral of their mother. Mrs. Rachel Humble, here Wednesday. dedancinpr hns become Classic servedly popular. It has an exact technic. The Alignonnette will be danced Wednesday evening by seven of Stanford's beautiful ladies. -- OneDrop " r Bourbon Poultry Remedy drrwn frM-l- wmr?mtw A few drops in tho drinklntr water cuits diarrhoea, cholera and other chicle diseases. One boltlo makes by 12 gallons of medicine. At mail prut paid. Vain-ab- le poultry book free on request. MWMI IMCH tO.. tuUttw. Ir. anUnroventstiita )fi f,TUE,Cf Welsh & Wiseman Co's May Clearance Sale ' I ' " Suits, Coats and Silk Dresses ' at Great Reductions Following our usual custom of clearing the racks each season we now offer unrestricted choice of our entire stocks of very latest style Wool and Silk Suits, Coats and Silk Dresses of absolute Clearance Prices for quick disposal. Now is your opportunity to practice REAL ECONOMY by supplying your present and future needs in the very highest class of fashionable wearing apparel at enormous savings. SUITS Our entire stock of high grade Suits of Poiret Twill, Gabardine, Serges and Fancy materials; also Khaki Kool, Tussah Pongee and Taffeta Silk Suits for Sport and dressy wear, selling regularly at $19.50, $25.00, $29.50, $35.00, $45.00 and $55.00. CLEARANCE PRICES $12.50, $16.75, $19.50, $23.50, $28.50 and $35.00. 'is C'r S COATS Choice of our entire remaining stock of Coats, including every Wool and Taffeta Silk Coat CLEARANCE PRICES $5.00, $8.50, $12.50, $16.75 and $19.50. ..- at prices for quick clearance. If mi MSJ DRESSES A splendid assortment of smart afternoon and Street Dresses. Mostly one of a style. The materials are Crepe de Chene, Taffeta Silk, Tussah Pongee, Khaki Kool and the Georgette Crepes, formerly priced at $19.50 to $65.00. CLEARANCE PRICES, $13.50, $15.00, $16.50, $19.50, $22.50, $25, $29.50, $35.00, $39.50 ns AFTER BRIPPE Yiaol lettored Hi. Martin's Strength viin.fltwn condition, and I could eera to get un tiling to do mo uuy good until 1 took Vlnol, which built mo up. and my cougli und nervousness aro all gone, and I can truly say Vlnol U all that la claimed for it.'' James Mautin. Vlnol la a coiiitltutlona,l remedy for condiall weak, ncrvoua and tion of cn, women and children, and for chronic coughs, colds and broncnltta, TfM Paaay Drug Stora, Stanford, Ky. run-dow- n WnpaVoncta, Ohio. "I am a farmer by occupation, and tho GrlpixJ left mo with a bad couuh and In a nervous, weak, not Trcpared, U truly prepared n not merely assembled. It will ' protect your home against at tacks ot wind, rain, sleet and snow. Heat and cold make no inroads on wood painted with this paint, because it is right in pure lead, pure zinc, ' and pure linseed oil all controlled by the manufacturer. We will also include in this sale special lots of Crepe de Chene and Georgette Waists, arate Skirts, Silk Petticoats and House Dresses, at EXTREME REDUCTIONS. Sep- Welsh & Wiseman Co. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY The Penny Drug' Store t s w . Jr l! i -- peSix The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky; Friday, May II, 1917 Rev. Childress filled his regular appointed at tho Baptist church Saturday nnd Sunday. A committee was appointed Inst church day In March to raise $25 for Home and Foreign Missions. Tho committee succeeded in rnislr.g S57.25 for Homo nnd Fnrolim Missions. Miss Mnymo Brown spent two weeks with her brother. W. G. Brown M , I ray nii if fc : hf. ? t PPL Make Us Responsible For Your Tires You don't have to "shop" among tire dealers to get the exact tire you want, -- I W4 Miss Clnrn Warflcld. of Mt. Morlnh. pent several days with Miss Mnymo nrown. Mr. Wesley Sims, of New Salem, has been in our midst recently. Mrs. M. M. McGufTey, of New m nnd little son,lmve been guests of her sister, Mrs. T. M. Alford. Mrs. Ethelyn Brown, of Misses Myrn nnd Zoln Acton hnve Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Jnmes returned from n plcnsnnt visit to their Brown. uncle, J. W. Acton nnd wife in Gins-goFranklin Mitchell bought n sow of nmes Hampton Leach for $8. Hon. W S. Burch, of Stanford, wns .Mrs. Willie Sweeney is spending a. here Inst week shaking hnnds few dnys with her mother, Mrs. R. J. with friends. Ilogue. Undo Bird Bnll, who wns hurt by Little Misses Adn and Ednn Chris-mn- n a wagon nnd team Inst week is able to nnd Tcssv Dishon visited Thelmn be out ngnin, we nrc glad to state. Alford recently. Mrs. J. H. Acton is III. Thompson & Reynolds sold the farm of Letcher Bunch to n nnrtv from HER AWAKE tenncssee insi weeK. Mrs. Diamond, sister of W. W, Mil. lard, died nt her home nenr hcrp Sun The Terrible Paint in Back sad day or paralysis. After funeral t. vices nt the grnvo by Rev. A G. Cok Sides. Cardui Gave Relief. er Mondny nfternoon the remnlns wero laid to rest in the Wayncsbtirg Maiksvlllc, Ln. Mrs. Alice Johnson,, cemetery. The family moved here on ly n snort time ngo. They hnve the ol this place, writes: "For one year I sympnthv of the community in their sulfcrcd wllh an awful misery in my back loss of the wife nnd mother. ind elJes. My left side was hurling roe Mr. J. S. Waddle hns bought n fnrm all the lime. The misery was something from S. I). Jcfferys. Rnnce Padgett nnd family hnve aw fid. I could not do anything, not even sleep-a- t moved to II. M. Reynolds' property night. II kept mc awake most ol the nenr the railroad. Sn-Ic- WAYNE3BURG The W. M. U. wns well attended Inst Tuesday. There were delegates from McKinney, New Salem, Pilot Eubnr.k nnd other places. Mrs. Hln-klnf Louisville, wns present nnd nlto Miss Snndlin, n returned mlMlnn-nr- y ftom China. Lunch wns served by the Jrtdics of this church nnd all report n good time. Rev. E. W, Conkloy, Prof. W. M. Hcngo, J. M Reynolds nnd Rolnnd Singleton nttended fifth Sundny meeting nt McKinney. Miss Vndn Bcngc visited her tiro- thor, W. M. Her go Tuesday on her wnv from Beren College. Mls Jennie Robinson rtnd littli. ter, Maude are visiting their sister, Mrs, Lee Brown in Elmwood Plnce, O. Mrs. Mnttle Gooch nnd Misses Snl-II- p Gooch nnd Efllc Jenkins visited Miss Annn Padgett Sundny. c, PLEASANT POINT nt Lexington. hero recently. Mrs. Hnllio Dishon visited relatives KEPT MORELAND nor buy one make of tire for your rear wheels and another make for your front wheels; but you can get exactly the tires which will give of service among the five you the different types of United States Tires. lowest-cost-per-mife The many friends here of Prof, and Mrs. R. H. Hopkins, of McKinney, are rejoicing over the nrrivnl of n fine little dnughter. Both mother nnd bnby nre doing nicely and Prof. Hopkins is nil smiles. Mr. Lafc Ellis hns rented the store room nnd bought the stock of goods from John J. Moser. Mr. Ellis is rendy to buy chickens nnd eggs nt the top prices. Mrs. M. S. Mnrcum wns in Danville Inst week with her sister, Mrs. B. II. linker, who is ill. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. B. King hnve re And then you can hold one company the United States Tire Company responsible for the result, which is much simpler than trying to fix the responsibility on two tire companies through two different dealers. There are five to choose from, one for every need of price and use, every one a tire of supreme service and -'-an- d A Tire for Every Need of Price and Use 'Chain1 'Nobby' 'Royal Cora" 'Plain' 'Usco' United States fires Are Good Tires United Slates Tibet and Tirt Atettiirlet Have All the Sterling Worth and Wear that Hake United States Tires Supreme. turned from the south, where they speni mo winter. Mr. Earl Bell has accepted a position in the Depot Lunch room. Mr. Bell has just returned from Lexington, where he has been for some time. Miss Brown, of Liberty, has been the guest of Miss Alice White. Mr. George Pruitt and son, George King, have been to Indianapolis. They ALL went there to attend the funeral of a nephew, who was killed last week. FEE $1S Mr. Walter Moser spent last week Now looks like the time to breed with his aunt, Mrs. Wm. Short at good horses. I am going to givo the people n chance if they want I Miss Lottie Estes, who moved with will stand the Champion Sire, it Air parents to Indiana last week, gave Pcavinc 4092 at $16 to insure a live her n delightful pary to the younger set foal. I am not going to try and enumbefore leaving. A delightful time was erate his produce that have won and had. sold for big prices, that is a I fact. COST OF WAR TO BRITISH At tame time and place will stand1 National expenditure during the two good Jacks; $10 for grey jack; $8 for young grey jack. Money due war $21,590,000,000. In all cases when colt is foaled, mare Expenditures out of revenues, traded or bred to other stock. Five per cent, war loan, $4,080,-240,00R. S. SCUDDER. McKlnn.y, Ky. 33 g. well-kno0. I took different medicines, but night nothing did me any good or relieved me until I took Cardui . . . I was not able to do any ol my work for one year and I got worse all the time, was confined to my bed oil and on. I got so bad with my back that when I stooped Joan I was not able to straighten up I decided I would try Cardui gain . . By lime I had taken Ihe entire bottle I was feeling pretty good and could traighten up and my pains were nearly ill gone. I shall always praise Cardui. I cd taking it until I was strong anil well." II you suffer from pains due to cmale complaints, Cardui may be Just a hat you need. Thousands' ol women ho once sulfcred in this way now praise-tardu- l for their present good health, NC-1live It a trial. ... ... con-nu- PEAVINE1092 T wn lfSInt BOBBIN Four and one hnlf per cent, loan, $4,105,025,000. National debt, $19,270,000,000. Loans to allies. $4,110,0000,000. Loans to Dominions, $710,000,000. War expenditures in 1910. $10.. 490,505,000. Estimated expenditures this year, $11,451,905,000. )j.. vnpnilitiiri X.tl 375 000 The Espionage Bill was passed by the House with a modified censorship provision, after Administration lend ers had lost nn insistent fight for the retention of the original section aimed at the publication of news of value to the enemy. The Administration also suffered a defeat In the Senntc, where the export embargo amendment wns modified. UNITED STATES TIRES ARE CAR RIED BV THE FOLLOWING SALES AND SERVICE DEPOTS WHO CAN TELL YOU WHICH OF THE FIVE TYPES OF UNITED STATES TIRES EXACTLY SUITS YOUR N EEDSi H.C.Anderson,Stanford W. M. Fields sold to Gann & liable to have warrants sworn out day School class of boys just in their HUSTONVILLE hogs nt Mc. d Dr. Hart is the boss fisherman of against them for such violation. It teens, a party Friday night and each Myers 28 our town. He goes most every day has been rumored that the law was a boy took a girl of about the same W. A. Tribble sola to T. W. Jones failure, but such is not true, so say age. All had a good time. and meets with great success. a bunch of hogs for 1 lc, A large hemp crop will bo sown our county officials. In some localiRev. B. C. Talley, of Georgetown, ties hogs are doing considerable dam- preached a trial sermon at the Bapin this section this season. Thomas Back was over Sunday age to the farmers by getting in on tist church Sunday. parents and other their newly planted corn. from Danville with Rev. Ernest Ford has returned to Snuire Fields has finished breaking Moreland from Transylvania to farm. relatives. W. II. Lair delivered a truck load out his large hemp crop which was E. K. Galbreath attended the Tri- of eggs at McKinney Monday and a fine one. He is proud of his output annual State Camn of Modern Wood still had eggs left In his store. nnd will put in a much larger crop man of America at Dawson Springs "Turkey Tom" Gooch, of McKin- this year. Une day he had 10 men last week. ney, was here Monday on business. breaking hemp in one field, which Ben Hardin, of Moreland, was here Jerry Adams arrived home Sunday looked like business sure enough in last week. from a two week's visit in Texas, with tho way of farming. When it comes True, of Burgin, Miss Elizabeth his mother, who had been there for to farming the Squire is hard to beat was the guest of Miss Lilliu Keane Philadelphia, Pa. "Ono year ago I the winter. She accompanied him as he and his sons are sure hustling Sunday. was very sick and I suffered with puins home, where she will spend quite a farmers. Frank McGraw was in Lexington in my side and back while with her children. Jerry is lookNext Saturday, May 5th, is horse Saturday. until I nearly went ing well nnd says that he is feeling show day In Hustonville nnd good ex Mr. Charles Hankla surprised hM crazy. I went to tine. hibitions of horses nnd jacks arc friends by going into Lincoln nnd Mrs. D. V. Dunn spent the week difTcrcntdoc tors and into High School. bringing back his bride, Miss Mary end with her daughter, Mrs. Daniel they ell said 1 had Hanson. of Moreland. She is one of JUNCTION CITY Traylor at McKinney. Mrs. Dunn is femulo troublo and an old Virginia family and will be , getting along nicely from the burns lining- Tho Junction mini would not get any Citv High School welcomed by all. lllllllrrr. will close Friday, May 18th, with a she received a short time ago. The remains of Mrs. Wm. Johnson 1 y Tjfi relief until 1 would Jnmes II. Yowell and Less Kads piay entitled or His Polly." were brought here from Cincinnati bo operated on. I went to Lebanon last week on busi On Sundny night, May 13th, Rev. last week and Interred. She was a bad suffered forfour ness. Ernest Ford will deliver the bacca- Miss Baker. Deceased has been in ill years boforo this It A. Lipps and wife, of Danville, laureate sermon. On Monday niuht. health for some time. She leaves u time, but I kept getwero hero over Sunday. Mrs. Lipps May 14 th, tho Senior reception will husband, several brothers, a sister, ting worso the mom remained for n few days to bo with bo given at Prof. Gruhbs' homo; On Mrs. Joseph Prcwitt and two chil her brother, Will, who is here on a Tuesday night the Class night nnd dren to mourn her loss. medicine I took. Every month sinco I Visit to his parents and other rela- commencement will be on Thursday was o young girl I had suffered with tives of this section. He is now locat- night, May 17th, when Prof. Fortuno Secretary McAdoo announced that cramps in my sides at periods and was ed at Newton, Kansas. He returned of Transylvania, Lexington, will de- tho Lihcry Loan issue would mature nover regular. 1 saw your advertiseMonday to resume his position as liver the address. Special music will In thirty years und that bonds of the ment in tho newspaper and tho plcturo mail clerk on the Sante railroad. bo given at all these occasions, Miss $100 denomination would be sold on of a woman who had been naved from W. M. McKinney is busy putting Lydia Lewis, county superintendent tho installment plan. Close to an operation and this plcturo was iman addition to the garage of Steele will deliver the diplomas. of the issue has been pressed on my mind. Tho doctor had r, & Durton. It is owned by Iiowen Fifteen pupils are preparing under given me only two moro days to mala of Stanford, and when completed tho excellent instruction of Prof. K. giye them lots more room for C. Lester to tako the county examiDistrict Game Warden Embry, of up my mind so I sent my husband to tho their increasing business. nation Friday and Saturday for r. Stanford, was in the city Monday to drug store at once for a bottla of Lydia J. W. Kads bought of D. L. Mason und Mrs. J. Dennv. nf Win. investigate tho recent dynamiting of E. I'nikham's Vegetable Compound, and cow and calf for $80. a cheater, were visiting friends and fishing streams in this county. He believo me, I soon noticed a change and Yowell & Kads bought of C. C. relatives here Tuesday nnd UVHni.. stated that he intended making a when I had finished the third bottle I Carpenter a bunch of day. rigid investigation and would try his was and never d steers at a good price. June, tho small son of Mr. and Mrs. best to appehend tho guilty parties you curedprivilege to felt better. I grant tho publish my letter Quite a number of citizens of this Kendall, of Ludlow, died last week. Mr. William Grimes, of Stanford, magtitoriar-distric- t ore turning their Mrs. Kendall was Miss Fannie Holt- - was a guest of Miss Loora Suther- and am only too glad to let other women tock out on the commons which is a by. land Sunday Harrodsburg Demo- - know of my cure. " Mrs.Tiios. McGON-IOA3432 HartvllW Street. Phil., Pa. violation of the stock law and are Mrs. Wm. Daucom gave her Sun- - crafc rJb-poun- d DO YOU DREAD WINTER? If every man, woman and child in this vicinity would only take one spoonful of 5(0m EMULSION after meals for one month, it would put vigor in their blood to withstand the rigors or winter weather and help prevent colds, grippe and winter sickness. SCOTT'S is a fortifying medicinal-food AN OPERATION AVERTED of particu- lar benefit in changing seasons, and every drop yields direct returns in richer blood, stronger lungs, and greater resistive power. No alcohol in SCOTTS. Scott X Down- -, Dloomfi.U. N. J. IHI l.ffl Hil'jmiJllil "i-ru- Save Time and Money by Buying yBt a BOSS OIL I-- $500,-000.0- d, Go-ve- en-M- I AIR STOVE ld 830-poun- Pence & Kill, Furniture Men L, STANFORD, KENTUCKY n The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May z vC"V-7T" . , . ' II, 1917 yOea. if l mm 1 Page Sevts: " Sf He used a pebble In his day, WE to fceer use bis mouth moist JIN KiMijuTtjml. RIGLEYS wmP&&: ,h KIDD'S STORE Death of Mrs. Clay Wllchor, wifo of less, than n year', was a shock to all last Monday. Mrs. Wllchcr was Miss Emma Goodc, a modest, cheery girl of most lovable qualities. Squire Edd Grubbs has sold his stoch of goods nnd good will to Tom Stntum and 'joined Judge Link Wells, In his campaign of cnllchtmcnt ns to their deserts to succeed Dave Taylor as shomr. The incumbent whoso efficiency wins comparison to Dave Tnylor will deserve Tame. The gloom of early spring was temporarily cheered by n tide or cm Igrntion which included n liberal con' tlngcnt of the undesirables who nev or work. The delusion that n degree of effort to earn n living hnil inspired the bnrnnclcs wns short for "the cnts enmo backs" nnd our Inst days are gloomiest. There arc few places, otherwise blessed ns we, where relatively such afflictions nhound. And the lusty loafers, suggestive of sluggish saurinns sunning on tropical sands, or mud turtles on logs, arc slackers, fit only for powder fodder after vigorous employment nt trench Jigging for soldiers; illuminnting illustrations of necessity of armors ns usual nrc grouching. nnd never more excusably, far as the I on Adam Carpenter's farm wns dis appointing. Wo hopo the enterprise will succeed. Theodore Itooscvclt, addressing the Kings county ltcpublican Committee at n bnnquct given in his honor In Brooklyn evoked enthusiasm by an appeal for patriotic devotion to the nation, nnd nssertcd that to delay sending men to the war theater would draw the scorn of Amcricn's allies. Foreign Secretary Balfour, in nn address before, the House of Representatives Saturday, warned against the hope for n premature end of tho war. President Wilson heard the speech from tho executive gnllcry. Englnnd's meatless day has been abolished becnusc it was found that the rule tended to increase the consumption of bread, which is still too higlL 'HortHi uti trf SO CIS, SumrocrCoWsWejakwi They are even mora dangerous than winter colds, for they hang on so lone that they be come chronic catarrh. Heat and dust aggravate them, causa tho infected surface to spread, and fill the body with systemic catJ arrh. Neglect costs health and energy. , w nm. ftMAUSiwiwnMewift JBkTrtC teaajifWKH PERUNA EXPELS CATARRH more it builds up tho weakened system, regulates the digestion, removes tho inflammation, overcomes the poisons of catarrh, and years of success proves its great value, of all over. Forty-fou- r which thousands gladly testify. Accept tho verdict of two generations yourself. Don't bo swayed by prejudice, when your health is at Btake. Tako Pcruna and get well Liquid or tablet form, whichever fa tho moro convenient; The Peruna Company, Colcunbu, Ohio It does JACK and STALLION near McCormack's church, at $10 to Insure a Livng Colt He is blnck with white points, fine bone and ears. Money due when mnrc changes hands. Not responsible for accidents. Will also stand a good Percheron Stallion at $5 Cnh, with return privileges, or $8 to insure. I ask your inspection and patron age. W. A. HATCHER, Stanford, R. I will stand my Jack nt my place on the Milledgcvillc pike, 1 veterans of the guild can remember. hummer is nt the door nnd there have not been two consecutive days of typical spring conditions. Never n yenr that bo little plowing could be done first three months nor one when April so thoroughly played role I I SUM . rssM of Marcn in blow, bluster nnd general cusstdncss expiring in sunshine and rhowcr, followed by shrivcrs in overcoats, when not beside hot stove or glowing grate. The forests nev er so late leafing, pastures greening and grnsses so backward. A conservative old granger declares that in fifty years he was never so late in beginning his gardening; fully n month later than nveragc years nnd two months later than some. Nearly every day of April favored farm work nnd conditions have been Ideal enablymppo ing thorough preparation for corn, IN though mnny nave not planted At We help teeth, breath, appetite, this dnte, 10th of May, only sluggards, ordinarily, have not plowed and rcplnnted. For n week temperature has been soothe mouth and throat with about nnd below frost point every night threatening fruits nnd tender this welcome sweetmeat. vegetables but clouds, fogs nnd winds have averted Immediate destruction. The Wrlglcy Spearmen want to send you Agents arc active taking lenses Ihclr Hook of Gum-ptlohere for oil nnd gas development. Send a poHlal About twenty yenrs ngo nn Ohio comfor It today, Wm. Wrlglcy Jr. Co., pany leased binds here proposing two 1732 hcBner Ilulldini!, Chicago. test wells. Barometric measurements indicated n depth of 1.800 to 2.200 feet to level of the Ohio field. Work promptly begun on Chelf's win Bidge. At fiO feet n stream demanded ensing Beyond that depth 1,900 feet 732 were bored through dry rock when wnter rose 1,500 feet in the well. Presumably expenses of casing to In Madison county Irn T I'nrks II N Denthcrngc, of .Madison enable completion to proposed depth mlit a Imnch of heifers, 17 in num-Ii'ounty, gold 'to Hubert L. Branden- of exploration disheartened nnd the nt 'J They avoraegd about burg, of the I'nlnt Lick section, n field wns abandoned. The test well 100 iwmtuU nnd were good ones. hunch of hoa at 14c. refreshing confection to take the place of the cave man's pebble. wholesome, antiseptic, WR IGLEYS gives us a w. WHEAT IS WHEAT NOW Wheat, now being sold on the Lexington market by farmers at $3 a bushel, has reached the highest price known in the history of the country. A Fnyette county farmer today driving to the Lexington roller mills in n little spring wagon with two sacks of the grain, sold them for n total of $22. Very little wheat is being brought into the local market, however, nnd uenlcrs say they believe very little is being held back by the farmers. The highest price recorded previously wns in March 18C7, when whent sold for $3.85, Government note, valued at $2.73 in gold. Before the oneninir of the nrcscnt war. in July 1914, wheat sold for 75 cents At the opening of the War of the Revolution wheat sold for 93 cents bushel. After the closo of tho war it advanced to $3. After the close of the Wnr of 1812 wheat sold for $2.85 a bushel, this price being paid by millers in 1817. In 1801 wheat was selling for G2 cents a bushel. In 1864 it had advanced to $2.28. At the end of thewar in 18G5, it sold for $1.54. Lexington dispatch. n Two thousand acres of the Elmcn-doestate, including some of the finest lands in the immense tract of the late Jnmcs B. Hoggin's holdings, have been sold to John E. Madden, in a series of transactions which were finally completed in New York on Friday. Mr. Madden paid about $250 ner acre for it. rf r. U. No. 2. 2G--- KING ALFONSO Big, fine 1 (Miami jack of good bone nnd nctton. Splendid mule jack. Will make the season of 1917 nt my mUmtrJSW pprflUBkHamr BpMrJSB&fiVA" 'iaBBBBBBBBBBBlHHsK'Sr V ''--- '? ClJtljlrgaiEaaaaaaaaaam ' ' farm nt $10 to Insure a Livng Colt Will also at the same place and time stand my great Jersey Bull SHELBY SULTAN 117497 At $5 to insure a living calf. This is one of the best Jersey bulls in the country nnd I am standing him nt n very low figure. Sec this stock before you breed. Care taken to prevent ac digestion and deliciously ' MaV(9MaE4aaakaaBaSaaaaB- &' JWWWaaTl 'Wit aaaaaafn "bi-eaaaaaaaV'' tfaaaB "i! " jLaHaaaaHaV..HLLLLVi(B r . ,j3SW9aBBHa!HaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV HafHaaaaaMaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV '.JBaaaaaaaaaaal U. - " B H aH - - 'WfyA' A ,,:i?' ri(lkaW:-V.aalaaafriaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTMl- T 5 ,' AjaTaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaK!3 cidents but any occur. cow forfeits season money not responsible should Parting with marc or insurance, and makes due.F. REID, Stanford, Ky., R. D. No. 5. 32tf Sired by Kentucky's Choice, he by My Own Kentucky, by Chester Dare 10, by Black Squirrel 58. Lincoln Choice's dam Trixie Quick 8855, wns by Eagle Bird 1014, he by King Eagle. 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 Lincoln four-year-o- ld r aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal. aHCaaaaaWViJ'aaaULikaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar'9 aaaaaaaaRPP' JaflaaaaaflaC The Flavor Lasts! r, 200-poun- d LINCOLN CHIEF 6393 PROFESSIONAL ANDi "When In Doubt Take a Bath." BUSINESS CARDS Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, TinSurveying and Leveling He J. V. S. Mobley Rowland Peavine No. 6053 nt $10 to Insure a Living Foal. Those who have marcs should see this fellow before they breed. He has been a henvy winner since he was n colt and is better today than he ever was. Not responsible for Breeding to other stock or trading off marc forfeits insurance. More-lanSTEWART SAND1DGE, ncci-dent- s. d, ning and Guttering Gurantccd. Myers' Pumps and Gray Enginaa W. K. WARNER & Son MC KINNEY Sell the Champion Cream Saver sure your title is good. Let me Phone 188 survey your land purchase for you, and make certain. Will go anywhere Stanford. Ky. Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Buggies; Open Day and Night CAPT. AM BOURNE Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Trial, We Will Please You. AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. Phone 5. H. II. Carter, Manager. The hiifh dollar at your sale all the Call, answered day or night. timo and at lowest price; sales CARTER CARTER, Stanford. Ky. cried anywhere. Phone 364A Lancaster at my ezpenae Livery and Auto Service M. C. Newland, Stanford THE I AtAI UBUt Us? auysiaaaaw nijiw Eb alowly, and when thli U dour, not only will the Lochia uot iklm aa clean as It should, but the thlckneaa of the cream will too NINE tentrater ultra out of tiir handles of their ten Ky. 30-t- f. vary. VACCINATE J. M. REYNOLDS ' I WAYNESDURG. UNDERTAKER, tock diseases. We carry a large and complete stock JOHN COOK, of Caskets, Kobe etc at ail times. Phone 204. -- ; Phone: Farmers' line No. - Wooditock line No. - am prepared to vaccinate for Anthrax, Black Leg, and all othw While It U possible to adapt the rapacity of the machine to the speed. It la uot detlrabl to do thli, ertn If fairly dun aklmmlng la accompllthed at varying speeda, the cream will not be uulform In thlckneaa. There la only one aatlifactory and Hut Is to make It practically linpoatllile for the operator to run hla machine at any hat the proper apced. Veterinarian, Stanford. Kj. CONTRACTING See D. L. FAGALY for Contracting Daily Except Sunday and Building of any sort Houses, Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) Hams, Etc. Stanford, Kentucky. at 10:00 a. m. nnd 4.00 p. m. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 0:00 n. m. and 1:30 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at W. W. BURGIN Low Charges DENTIST O. V MINKS. Proorletor Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Crab Orchard Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays The Only Keeley at Stanford Office la Lincoln Bank Buiding Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford Every NEW De Laval is equipped with a Bell Speed-Indicator Institute in Kentucky J. B. WILLIS caused too alow operation Insuring by the "warning signal- - mat rluga when the aenarator handle la being turned slowly, too n 1 n g nrare loai of but-- t er fat 1 T. W. PENNINGTON, DENTIST Stanford, Ky. Mrere House Flat . 165 Phonai Office 240) Fqr any information apply to Crab Orchard, Kentucky Crescent Mkkkkkkkk. Heights J. B. PERKINS Rooms 28-2- Phona 214 DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. KY Plumbing, Tinning und Repairing of all kinds. For any work of this sort, see jdA Cattle ss thlckneaa. Thla almple device la patented by be De Laval Company and la found only on De I. aval machines. It la only one of the many Important lm in in inkw ue i.avai. frovemenia considering the purchase of a separator, com la and let ua ahow you a machine that has more aparator good featuree than any you bar ever aeen. and the delhery of a cream of uniform Tb"Wirnlng Signal" Huff Dudderar jack and the other, Jesse Fox, a fine fellow. 5 years old and a good breeder. His colts show up nicely. See them both before you "breed your mares. Will stnnd a fine, registered Shorthorn Bull at $2 to insure. Money due in nil cases when animal is bred elsewhere or parted with. W. R. GAINES. Crab Orchard. Ky. Will mnkc the season of 1917 nt my stable 4 mile from Crab Orchard, on the Singleton place, at $10 to insure a living colt. Don Vnrrick is a beautiful chestnut, 1G 2 hnnds; weighs 1,400 pounds, is compactly built nnd has plenty bone nnd finish. His colts show for themselves. Will also stand nt the same time and place my saddle stnllion BLACK PRINCE By Kentucky Peavine, out of a mare by Old Preston. He is n coming as black as a crow and n good one. You should see him. He will stand nt $10 to Insure. TWO GREAT MULE JACKS Will also stand two great mule n acks at $10 to insure. Ono tho four-vear-ol- d. well-mow- DONVARRICK Denmark 840. 1st dam: Bourboniste, No. 9297 (full sister to Bourbon's Best) by Bourbon Chief 97G, by Harrison Chief 1G0G, by Clark Chief 89. 2nd dam: Judy Oliver G407, by Red Cloud 2197, by Indian Chief 1718. 3rd dam: by Wilson's King 2197. 4th dam: Daughter of Sim's Clark Chief 2576. Rowland Peavine ia a rich chestnut, with star and snip; stands 15.3 full; weigha 1100 pounda; five yeara old. Aa you will see from the above breeding, he has the blood of the best ahow horses Kentucky has ever produced, and ia one himself. You should see this horse before booking your mare. You rarely ever have the opportunity to breed to a horae as faahionably bred at the small fee of $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Will make the aeaaon of 1917 at my stable on East Main street. Money due at birth of colt or when mare ia parted with or bred to other atock. Rowland Peavine chestnut stallion, foaled May 14, 1912. Sired by Rex Peavine, No. 1796, by Rex McDonald, No. 833, by Rex J. C. BAILEY Stanford, Ky. BLEUCHER 46158 TItlAL 2:14 ItECOKD 2:29 KENTUCKY'S CHAMHO.V ltOAD HOUSE Winner of Koad Clan and Dreeding Clais at Kentucky State Fair 1916 uaric .Mm ioo .......... l Hire of 24, including I Silent Hrook 19769 It. cord 2:16 Sire of Hilly Ilurk 2:03 Khawbay 2:07 Meadow Hrook 2:09 Kmuia Hrook 2:09 34, Lady Zarrine 2:07 llellbrooV 2:10, etc. MrightUeht ; I Alcyone 632, 2:27 Sire of 60, dama of. 63, s Elmo 275 VII J"' . Dark 2:09 Jenny Great 12, etc. Clay Willrs 2:09, Valpa brood mare. 0;t if V "ys!: brooa m,re Harry Clay 45, 2:29 12, Sir of 4, dams of SO. Xorwnod I)rlle lly Norwood 522 ALMONT DARE Almont Dare. 3228. is a rich red bay stallion; 10 hands high with good fine style. Is extremely bone nnd fast both under saddle and in harness. Ho is a full brother to Toxy Dare that won the championship for saddlo bred brood marcs at tho Kentucky State fnlr in 1914, defeating Edna May and others and to Nettle-to- n that sold for $3,000 and others at $1,500. He is the best one of tho lot. His colts have frequently defeated the colts of sires standing ns high as $75. Havo sold his colts myself for $500. Others claim offers of $1,000 They also nrc the very best to use at home, being large, fine, game, durn-- i ble and kind. Will make tho season at $10 to insure live colt. Brynn Breckinridge, my registered black jack, 10 hands with extremely largo bono will stand for marcs nt $10 for maro mules and $8 for horse mule. Will also breed jennets any month in year nt $10 to insuro colt. Have Bold his colts for $120 at weaning time. Grass furnished at $2 per month nnd all stock intrusted to mo will rccelvo my personal attention but will not be responsible for nccldents. Season on the above are due when colt is foaled or maro bred to other stock or Btock parted with. All tho above will mako the season at mv place, two and a half miles west of Hustonville, on Huston-vill- o nnd Liberty pike. Pedigrees furnished upon request. S. T. POWELL, Hustonville, Ky. Mire llrenda lorke Eerno 3:03 2:04 Natire Delle (3) 2:06 Silrer Silk (4) 2:0 Dam of I.ala Watt (2) Monrlco (3) 2:07 lllrueher 2:29 2:27 Suaie N, (3) 2:09 .r. 2:17; out of a etc. to sitter Silent L IJrtty Clay halt Hrook 2:16 Half sitter to Silent Hrook 2:06 Keddie Clay (4) and Lilly Clay, dam of True Q.,1 J.O or ,Moko 24437 ' Baron Wilkea 4738, ! :18. Sire of 12 in 2:10, etc. .Queen Ethel Hy Strathmor 408. Dam of Dumpa 2:03 'Wilkes Nutwood 8006 2:24 tire of Carl Wilkea 2:04 Jenny Clay " lly Harry Clay 45 Dam of Silent Brook KeddieClay (4) 2:16 etc. 2:23 MENROE n This good stallion will mako the of 1017 at the home of Eli Estcs, two miles southwest of Eubank on the Fishing Creek and Eubank road nt $10 to insuro a colt ten days old. This horse is so well known that it is useless to describe him. Ell Estcs and Daniel Newsom. sen-so- A. D. PARSONS Phone 254 Stanford, Ky. Aberdeen-Angu- s Southdown Sheep, Duroc.Jersey Hog South End Farmers The best bloodlines is represented In High-clacan have all ailments of their horses, each of theso famous breeds. times. individuals for salo at all cattle and other live stock promptly R. F. D. No. S und expertly attended by E. V. CARSON Stanford, Kentucky DR. H. A. PICKETT Veterinarian, King's Mountain, Ky. Midget Marvel Mill; Corn Oil and Feed Mill; 20.horso-powc- r Engine; mill building, 24x36, three I can get you highest prices for your floors; engine room, 10x22; all in ' land, stock,, rrorui or household eoods. good running order; closo to railroad -- -' and good business. Apply to Sale Cried Anywhet THE WAYNESBURG MILLING CO. JOHN B. DINW1DDIE, MoraUad. Waynesburg, Ky. For Sale Flour Mill Three nnd one ijroy; them blac all of them good ones. Thoy range in ages from coming two to seven years. You should see them before you breed. Will stand them nil at $0 to insuro a colt four months old. Four Good Jacks tf Meadow Hrook 2:06 tire of Hilly Ilurk 2:03 Silent Hrook. 19769, 2:16 Lady Rhawhav 2:07 Htly Brook 2;09 3 4, Emma Brook 2:09 Zarrine 2:07 Margaret Bathiata Silent Brigade (2) 2:10 Hillbrook 2:10, Butter flrook 2:10 etc. Hit dam, Jenny Clay, etc. Hired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2;07 (I) and wti Krandam of True 2:21 13. alto produced Keddie Clay 2:25 (winner Kentucky Futurity,) llrenda York (3) Moku 24437, aire of rrreno 2:05 Natlte Belle (2) 2:07 3 4 (Futurity winner) (Futurity winner) (5) 2:04 2'08 (Futurity winner,) Silfilly,) Manrtco (3) 2:07 (4) 3 03 1 3 (champion 3ear-ol(Futurity winner,) Oomoko 2:10, Mobet ver Silk (4) 2.04 12, Sutle N (3) 2:09 2:11, Sillko (3) 2 11 1 4 (Futurity winner) etc. Momatter Mochnter 2 10 2 10 MarSired dama of The Harvettcr, 2:01 (champion trotting million,) Vito (4) 2:09 Baron etc. Brother to Bumps 2:03 O Neil (3) 2:13 tha Tipton (4) 2:09 D. 2:io, etc. tail quarter in 33 trial mile 214 3 4. half In Blturhcr 46138, record 2 '29 ncoii.U, ia a handtomn teal hrown horae, and will weigh 1100 pounds. He greatly lilt good aire Silent Brook and la out of Clayo, hy the great Futurity lira Moko. Foreign demand hat taken orer on million bortea from thia country, and w may Our aililce to mare ownert It to breed expect better prirea for our hortei in the future their imirra and to breed them to atalllont of merit and proven worth at tirra. lllrueher Hit colts bar proven la Jutt the type to produce the coltt that will tupply the. demand. fine, with nice head and neck and plenty of buue and conformation. This great trotting Stallion will make the seston of 1917 at my Utile In Lancaster, Ktntucky, at AUCTIONEERING --- Caro taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible rtiould any occur. Parties with maro or breeding her to other animals forfeit insurnnco and makes season money due.ELI ESTES, t Eubank, Ky. 30-8- $20 to Insure a Living Colt BARLOWE I will alto stand thli beautiful Shetland Stallion for the aeaaon of 1917 at my italic In Lancaster. Ky.. at S10 00 TO IN8VKK A LIVING COLT. I am prepared to take car of marra on gran at 10 rentt a day, I.itn retained oil colli for tervire. fee. Money due when mar It traded or parted with. Cure (akm to prevent accidiuta but not should any occur, W. B. BURTON, Phone 95, Lancaster, Kentucky nit7J v. "'( A 1 11 feBsBvHi EKEST a. m r HHiFflvniV'V - Nto1 , ,V 3TV V"" The, Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May II, 1917 ADS i Tr MANY wr '' " "S Vf now without Imv. said J. II. Curtis, inrkcr of tliorfnmous "Curtis Salve." Mr. Curtis' WVcs at W3 Wanliliiptoii street, (Seorgetown, and Is well Known jiersonalljrall over Kentucky. i.'or thirteen j ears he tnugtit school and for the' past four jears lins been In tin iiu?" H ran Itflnk .flnre JicMtbitruW o' x 5IU.ii )- - Taillae. - "I IihiI trouble Willi my stomach for several years, ami 1 iiout luul any thing IioI rue ho quickly in T1111I.11'.' siiys .Mr. CnrtK "After meal I liml it , liurnliiR sensation In uiy stomach. ii nil sometimes a wiir .nste in ni I I ilon led u good tit nl from mouth. gas, anil hail a stilToniteil feeling "Once In n while I hail n "dizzy pell I liml tried dllTerent thing, hut noth Ins (lid me much good until I tried ot Oilier lit CtCOTKl'toWll. j "Some of my friend lime asked me about Tnnlnr. I Imvr (old the in I think it U n flue iirotlicliie. I shall nut full to recoiuuieiid l for It has rImi me greit .rellor. I can rest well nights and seldom have tlmt tired feeling In the luorulng. I ran put or drink most anything now." Tanlac to sold exclusively in Stan-for- d at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. Coleman, Proprietor. Tanlac can now be obtained in following nearoy cities: Moreland, Abraham Minks; Hustonvlllc. Adams Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-burJoe McWilliams; Middlcburg, W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros.; Brodhoad, John Robins; Lancaster, R. E. McRobcrts; Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg W. g, A.lIorton. President Wilson yesterday appointed n "war council of the Red Cross" to take charge of the work during the war. Henry P. Davison was named as head of the council. Chautauqua. May 27-3- 1. CASH for ACCOUNTS inclusive. CRAB ORCHARD LAND, STOCK AND CROP CENT-A-WOR- D Mr. Charles Snyder, of Louisville, Joe McAllstcr sold to T. W. Jones (it ktrt or 1 eoei a worn mi tsn. tsn visited our city Saturday nnd Sun- 14 d porkers nt 14c. Hlk "H't! a t Im tbta 1U Mth Ism.) day. Herbert Huffman, on the Danville The young folks 'will enjoy a dance pike, bought of Davo Embry a sow GRADUATING nnd wedding pres38-t- f at Crab Orchanl Snrimrs Saturday nnd six pigs for $30. ents nt Mueller's. evening, the 12th. J. II. Poyntor, of Walnut Flnt,- LOOK a? W.vH. HigginV Purlna Our Postmaster Gooch is visiting bought of J. M. Cress, n pair of 3- Chick Feed Window. .18.1 his brother in Indiana nnd enjoying year-ol- d mules for fivib. DON'T forirct the Mav SnTe nt tho his vacation very much. W. II. Shanks sold to Leo Hnyden, Hnrgnln Store. Salem & Snlem 38-- 1 tDr. J. O. Carpenter was here Sun-da- y out on the Goshen pike, n to sec Mrs. Manuel nnd thinks FOR SALE Two Shorthorn bull horse mule for $100. she will soon be up agntn. II. Gnines sold to Jones A calves. E. P. Woods, Stanford. 38-- 1 Mr. Edward Edmlston. who is in Cress the wool from 30 sheep for FURNISHED front room for rent in Cincinnati wns home Sun $00.00 or $.1.31 business In the Myers House. Mrs. T. D. n head. day to visit his parents and brother. 37-- 2 T. W. Jones bought of W, P. The Christian Sunday School had Grimes (15 porkers that tipped the I OR SALE Some home grown 105 present last Sunday nnd you beam at lf5 for 12 cents n pound. So'idnn Grass seed. J, T. Livingston, ought to have seen Supt. Skiles Mack Hughes, the Danville horse- Star ford. T3-lsmile. man, sold n sorrel mare to Roger FOR SALE Lincoln Wonder, si- Mr. Andrew Dillipn has rented of Williams, of Lexington, for $400. Mrs. Bird Matrcc the room next to his George D. Boone bought of Snm Inge "SEED CUKIN." SCO E. T. store, which he will fit up for nn Ice Milheny, on the Somerset pike, fi8 Pence, Jr., Stanford. J12.tf cream parlor. WANTED to rent a mnre for ii Mr. hogs nt 14 cents d .Mrs. Kmmn tarns went to .Mrs. Boone also bought of Andy J. Gooch, motherless colt. Write or phono J. Robert White's this week, nnd will 34 hogs of snme weight at the M. Cress, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 4. tf probably remain n couple of weeks same figures. the good WANTED Four work in the country. The first crop report was issued by tenms, to plow or use to hemp drill, Rev. Pcrvis, of Christian church, Commissioner of Agriculture Mntt S. will pay $(' n day for the drill teams. preached fine sermons Sunday morn-ini- r Cohen, Wednesday stated that the re- Call Josh Jones. Stanford. 33-t- f and ovenlnc to n lnrce audience ports 11s a whole show that the farFOR SALE Smnll sorrel mare; that were interested in his subject. mers are endeavoring to do nil in drives nnd rides well. For particulars Members of the Christian church, power to produce more. cnll Phone 100-or see Joe II Mc- please send in your enkes, cream or their There were nenrlv 2,r00 cattle on 37-monev lor tie strawberry nnti ice the Richmond market Mondny and Alister In town court day. I hnve 50 barrels of FOR SALE cream supper to be served at the thev sold hiirh. By the head some nre graded school building on the oven- - said to hnve gone close to the 12c good white corn, for sale, so if you inir of Monday nth. Everybody in mark. Mules were high, good ones are Ir. the market, see mc nt once. vited. selling from 225 to $200. Hogs sold J. II. Thompson, Prenchersville. 35tf Mrs. Culton brought Mrs. Marga- nt 11 to FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, lie ret Sparrow and son from Louisville Rugs, Wall Paper, Laco Curtains, Inst week, who will remain with her CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS Shndes, Trunks, Suit Cases, some weeks. Mrs. Sparrow is not strong. Window Hogs Receipts into Mrs Packers and butchers 5.200 well. They have moved $15.50(3)15.00; Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble, Culton's house which is ready for common to choice $0.00 11.90; Stanford. 28tf occupnncy. 14.25. Cattle nnd lights $8.00 FOR SALE OR TRADE Fine! Sunday is "Mother's Day" in nil pigs Receipts 700; steady. Calves seady the churches. Go to church some Sheep Receipts 100 steady. Lambs saddle nnd hnrness stallion ; black; Irt hands: line style and action. where and wear a flower in remem- dull $0.U0(ri)ia.25. Will sell right or trade for work brance of her who taught vou that stock or farm him to right party. it was good to be in the house of DAS1S STORE Write John J. Carter, Wayncsburg. the Lord. She will be with you was 31tf though perhaps not seen. Keep her n success at Pine Grove. There were No. 1. I HAVE n se alive in your life. 74 in attendance. We suggest that works anywhere nnd n splendidhorse; drivOn Monday evening the 14th nt every Sunday be good double set er, for sale; also Miss Esther the Graded School, SunnoSc we all form this of carriage harnessa nnd carriage pole Burch, of Stanford, will have her closing exercises in cxprcssionand it habit and drive the devil out of our and a good steel tire buggy and a one camps. horse spring wagon. Wm. Adams, is free to all, and everyone invited Wm. Anderson boucht a bunch of Stanford, Phone 173. 38-l- p to attend. Miss Burch certainly has hotrs from C. H. Kerr nt 12 ilonc some splendid work in her line HOME FOR SALE Desirable John Sincletou sold n cow to liar- here nnd we only wonder more have land James and boucht n horse from home in Crab Orchard. Six rooms not 'taken advantage of her instruc him for $40. with hall. One of the best built tions than have. We have lots of fine A sweet little bov nrrived nt houses in town. All necessary outtalent here that needs to be cultivat- the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jay Mnn- - buildings. Fine well of water. Four ed, and with such an instructor as acres of ground. Plenty of fruit. Ad- Mi.s Burch much could be accom- tiels last bundny night. Clarence Woods family has the dress w. w. uurgin, Lrab urchnrd plished with the young folks. measles, but it seems that they arc or Stanford. TO MY PATRONS On account in n mild form. O. L Jones is preparing to civc his of .the high cost of living I hnve been gasoline traction engine n thorough compelled to raise the price of shavWe get you cash on Accounts. Notes. trial in the way of plowing nnd disc- ing to 15 cents. I hate to do this, but Claims, by collecting quickly any ing, as Mr. Jones is a scientific far- find it absolutely necessary. The where in United States. Collection mer in every sense of the word. We price of hajr cutting wilt" remain 25 guaranteed or no chorees. : : : : : reed a few more such farmers. c. Thanking my patrons and asking Mrs. Andy Adams. who has been a continuance of their liberal patMAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY 38-- 1 1 ronage. Ed. Wilkinson. sick is better at this writing. Somerset, Ky. c wish to drop a suggestion to the candidates not to bother or mo four-year-oRn-nc- y. p 2t 1- -2 c. 31-e- t i M m. rvv fgW JgmOTMgl MfcHri girigiSgiwi'igk' KsgggggggggggQ vvv v f ffiaj jpm ikgggggggggggggv i , k i ifi lKhggggggBgLLljggggtwgggggigV llgggggggggggggggggggggHggigggggggggggggr ' gggggggggggB 1 ggVlllXggggggfggggggggggggggMlKgggS ggggggf ggB' .ggggggggggggggaSJIggggggggggH jT?( a M0B T Dutchess Trousers The best made, why should you buy another brand, when these are better by test. I We have received our Spring Oxfords for the men and ladies. Panama Hats, Silk Shirts, all new Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goods. F-E-E-- lest the farmers until they nre done planting corn, as their time is more precious than gold. MOTHER SUPERIOR D-S Wm wfw i JsMklfKuEtgflHFisH Bgf mgffMl I rr" r.ii JraiTT ROBINSON'S BRING VOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J, 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 HoK Grower. These Feeds are giving the belt results possible, Place your der today. Sold only by Says Vinol Creates Strength Roary Hill Home, Hawthorne, X. Y. "I liao used Vinol for many rundown, weak or emaciated patients with L AT YOUR DRUGGIST. or- - Stock Pen Phone No. T. W. JONES 1 Residence Phone No. 176 Ono young woman was so weak and ill flic could hardly creep to my door for aid. I supplied Vinol to licr liberally and in a month I hardly recognired her. She wns strong, licr color charming and her checks rounded out." Motiidi M. Alhionsa LATiinor, O. S. P. We guarantee Vinol to sharpen tha apixtite, aid digestion, enrich this blood and create strength. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Kr. Popular Excursion to Cincinnati Sunday, May 13, 1914 SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM ROUND-TRI- P PUBLIC SALE Chautauqua AND BIG Stanford's Big Lincoln LIVESTOCK, ETC. At ray farm on the Prcachersville pike, three miles from Stanford, on MAY 19th, 1917 SATURDAY, commencing at 10:30 A. M., I will sell the followinc: Seven or cicht milk cows, some fresh and some to be fresh about June 1st, some of them Jerseys and some Shorthorn, splenheifd did milk cows; four ers; one extra nice Jersey heifer; one extra yearling colt by Rowland Penvine; extra good yearling draft filfilly; one efctra good ly by J. N. Carter's draft horse; one saddle filly, a good one; three good brood mares, good worker, enn't ld FARE Special train leaves Junction City al 5:35 a. m. Returning, leave , Cincinnati at 0:10 p. m. The attractions of Cincinnati are numerous and interesting and a day's visit can be thoroughly enjoyed. Detailed information on application to B. HARBERSON, Local Ticket Agent, Junction City, Kentucky C. H. C. KING, Division Passenger Agent, Lexington, Kentucky $1.50 FROM JUNCTION CITY Patriotic Rally Week May 27-31917 1, Sunday - Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday FIVE BIG DAYS OF HIGHEST CLASS ENTERTAINMENT EDUCATION AND AMUSEMENT NATIONALLY POPULAR BANDS AND ORCHESTRAS, FASWEET MOUS ORATORS, SPEAKERS AND HUMORISTS; MUSICIANS OF NOTE. 5TIRRING DRAMATSINGERS AND IC PLAY PRESENTATIONS. POPULAR SCIENTIFIC DEMIMIONSTRATIONS. CARTOONING, IMPERSONATIONS, WHISTLING, YODLING, HAWAIIAN MUSIC. TATIONS, THE VERY BEST ATTRACTIONS FROM THE REALM OF ENTERTAINMENT SPECIAL INSPIRATIONAL PROGRAMS ON SUNDAY When You Want House Paint Call On The Lincoln Pharmacy Do Not Think Paint Has Gone Out of Reach You Can Buy It for $2.00 wrong; good pair of bay and six years old, these work anywhere, good in grey mure, heavy in foal to jack; one yearling horse mule; one d how: pair of coming mules, good ones; one pair of three, horse mules, well broker, year-ol- d one old mule, good worker; one extra good marc mule, she is a corker, fully Id hands ' now; pair of large draft horses with harness one of the best teams in the county, eeven and eight years old; sow and seven shouts; two vouiil' Shorthorn bulls: one extra good Shorthorn bull; one good dry shorthorn cow in calf to Shorthorn bull; about 70 head of nice ewes nnd some lambs: some three or four nice ponies, all good ones and fine drivers, any woman or child can hnmllc them; one of the finest well broke pony stud in the county, you can't beat him, coming thri'e years old. a corker cood one. Come and see him step on day of sale. Furniture Everything to make up n complete good housekeeping: One extra cooking stove, almost new; kitchen cabinet, good ono; good refrigerator, cream separator; New Home Sewing machine and lot of other things too numerous to mention. TERMS: All sums of $10 cash in hand; all sums over on 12 months' time with good interest bearing note payable in bank. Don't forget ihe date and the long time that you have to pay for this property. This ns an absolute bale, as I am closing up my outside business. A. T. NUNNELLEY, Stanford. 37-- 4 Col. John Dinwiddlt, Auct. hitch them mares, five mares will buggy; one three-year-ol- i VS Get Your Season Tickets Today DON'T MISS THE PATRIOTIC MUSICAL PROGRAMS, AND THfe INSPIRING "AMERICA" PAGEANT T" Every Afternoon and Night MORNING PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN M ?A.. . . - Make Your Plans Now To Go To The Big Lincoln Tent Every Day J" M w ..ir: '. 'm :