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No. 39 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, May 15, 1917 After months of suffering, greater portion of the time REV. W. S. GRINSTEAD DEAD COUNTY COURT DAY DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER A big crowd attended court here Sandidge, of Boyle, will George Monday nnd business in all lines was plant two acres of navy beans. George C. Sandifcr, brother of the good. There were between GOO and late Henry G. Sandifcr of Danville, COO cattle on the market and they sold high. Sure enough war prlcc3 is dead. is in were realized, some selling close to King Swopc, of Danville, Washington City to seek cntrnncc in- the dozen mark. There wns a demand for good mules nnd what were in to the U. S. army. Joseph H. Choatc, former U. S. town sold. Prices ranged from $150 Ambassador to Great Britinn, is dead to $250. Quito a number of horses changed hands at $125 to $200. It at his home in New York. The Lebanon public school has was the consensus of opinion that was the best May court closed tcmpopranly on account of Mondny the inability to get coal to heat the Stanford has had in a long time. Tuesdays and Fridays i '. hvr r ft IN GARRARD LATEST WAR NEWS The removnl of the commander of In Garrard county, close to the o Lincoln line on Monday morning, tho Petrograd garrison and the RusNO MORE DIZZY spirit of Rev. Winficld Scott John L. Hopkins shot and prouaoiy sian Minister of Wnr, coupled with Grinsteau returned to the uod Who fatally wounded Jesse urocK. inc the move for a separate peace with gave it at 10 o'clock Saturday morn- weapon used wns a 38 Winchester Russia jOn the part of Turkey, offering. The end came peacefully, with nnd while Hopkins admits that he fir- ing, it Is stated, free passage through FOR KIM most all ot the devoted family pres- ed several times, only one shot struck the Dardenclles, brings Russia to tho ent. Mr. Grinstcad had a complica- Brock. Tho wound is in the lower fron as a portcntious obstacle to an tion of troubles, and was operated jaw, which is almost torn away. A early ending of the war. In Petro-graaddressing delegations from the on a year or more ago. He grew bet- number of teeth arc knocked out and Tho ter for a time but the troubles re- Brock's tongue is badly cut. who front, the Minister of Justice, in an Versailles City Collector Says alarming diagnosis of internal conturned, and it had been evident late- trouble, according to Hopkins, ly that he could not last long. De- is in jnil here, having been arrested ditions, said that he feared the new last night by Sheriff democracy, drunk on a taste of freeceased was 07 years old, was born nt Rowland He Feels Much Bettor. Deputy W. S. Drye, dom, was doomed to disaster. The The three Senatorial candidates in Boyle county, and hnd been a Wcathcrford, building. r and D. Jefferson Davis is dead and his son, were in Stanford Mpnday and work- member of the Methodist conference Chief of Police B.the Carter of Andy news of the day created a feeling of home DcBorde at apprehension in Washington, it is Richard, is probably fatally wound- ed like Trojans. Messrs. Mount and for 37 years, during which time he Lamb, arose over Brock's attempt- stated, for the future of Russia. fight Kauffman arrived early in the day had never missed a roll call at its ed as a result of a EATS HOT MINCE PIE NOW sessions. He had held many pas- ing to "beat" his, Hopkins' mother, That Great Britian is immediately at Baskett Station, near Henderson. and n few hours later Mr. Harlan to torates in Kentucky and was an able out of $20 in a hog trade. Hopkins to adopt a more aggressive attitude Milford Waddle, a restaurant man dropped in. All were prepared he would in the war with her navy is shown of Somerset, is dead, aged 45. He present their claims in talks at the preacher. Original in thought and in- says that he asserted that is dependent of action, he was an inter- get out necessary papers and get the bv the appointment of a naval staff but the court-roo"I don't know of nny one around served in the Spanish American war up by the carpenters and esting expounder of gosel truths, and hogs back; that Brock took exception headed by Admiral Jellicoc, one of here who h:is got hotter results out of and has been a member of the city all torn so they decided to postpone there were seldom empty pews when to his remnrks and on me nay others, her best sea lighters nnu navai tacTuiilnc than Imve. nml there are u lot council. the shooting attempted to beat ticians. The staff also will have Sidney S. Muir, Louisville's license the oral argument until next court it had been announced that he was who have used It. too," said M. X. inspectator, was found dead in his day. The crowd was considerably to preach. A e man, he did him up. Monday morning Hopkins charge of speeding up ship building Dean f Versailles, Ky. IIo Is clt room at the Hotel Henry Wnttcrson. disappointed, as the voters are all an excellent job, and no man in the and his brother, Harvey Hopkins, and enrrving out other details necescollector and truant olllcer anil was Death was caused by a cerebral hem- anxious to hear the gentlemen tell knowledge of the writer stood firmer were walking along the road in the sary to the naval conduct of tho war. formerly a deputy sheriff. Administration plans for trebling their positions on the various ques- for right nnd justice than he. He Fall Lick section, when they saw orrhage. Ty Cobb, the noted star of the De- tions which are of vital interest to fought treason m high, as well as Brock coming with shot gun inhehand. within eighteen months America's "It used to he that no matter how was ship tonnage available for said low places. He did right as he saw Having heard that Brock little I ate It would keep me awake troit American, says he believes in thpm. Roy Arnold, who sells many bug- right, it mattered not who it helped going to kill him, John L. Hopkins service were outlined before nearly all night with n sour stomach conscription and is ready when he is Rev. Grinstcad came to the opened fire with the result above by In the morning I would feel. almost as called on to do service in Uncle gies in this county, was on hand with or hurt. Methodist church as its pas- mentioned. Brock is in Dr. Edmiston's the Senate Commerce Committee apthe Shipping Board, the initial a sample or so of his best make. As Stanford Sam's army. as when I went to bed. tired John A. Prall, the prominent Per- - usual, he took homo several orders. tor in 1895 and served it well and sanitarium at Crab Orchard and at propriations to be asked amounting "Much of tins time I hud n had taste The candidates for county offices faithfully for three years. Liking the hour of going to press was doing to $400,000,000. ryville went to L.ouisviue In my mouth, and I was bothered with yesterdaybanker, to take the examination were as busy as bees. Mr. J. T. Stanford, and realizing that Stanford as well as could bo expected. At the Orders to bring the regular army Imd for admission into the United States Blanks, of Hubble, who had the mis- people were fond of him and his fam- jail ns on the stomach. Sometimes this morning Hopkins talked to full war strength were announced a sort of smothered feeling. Up to army. Danville Advocate. fortune to lose a hand in days gone ily, he later on built a home here, freely and seemed to have no regrets yesterday by the War Department, new the time that took Tinihie It was . Col. John M. Carson, United States by, was in town, but left early in the and when his health became too fee- over what he had done. Asked if he and organization of forty-fou- r of a most a daily occurrence for me to have Quartermaster at New York, has been day, saving that he had only one ble to preach, he removed into that had secured the services wouldlawyer, regiments of "regulars" will begin do so todny. The Central Department innamed superintendent of the Army hand left and that he, had better take home ant' had since been a resident he said he had not, but dizzy spells. in abundant time. The trial, which fantry will be mobilized at Fort "My wife suggested that I try Tan Transport Service for the port of that home before the candidates of the city. Some 45 years ngo Rev. Grinstcad will occur at Lancaster, will very Snelling, Minn., and at tort Douglas, ? off. by Secretary Baker. shook it could New York lae, and after the lirst week was married to Miss Josephine Baum-star- likely depend on the condition of Utah. of Leo F. Keating, of Ihe eat things I didn't dare touch before. Meldrian & Keating, was oil firm inof Madison county, and she Brock. Hopkins spent a goou portion MR. J. K. HELM ANNOUNCES On the front in France the British, almost In a week I ate half a hot mlnee pie stantly killed and two other men in Mr. J. K. Helm, present magistrate with the following children survive of Monday in Stanford, but as no one after days of fierce fighting, have at once and had no trouble from It. jured early Sunday morning when from the Hustonville district, an- the good man: Mrs. James H. Turner, here knew of the shooting, no arrest taken in its entirety from the GerBryant, Cheese, too. I could eat, something in jail, however, the automobile in which tney were nounces this issue his candidacy for of Jessamine. Mrs. J. W.Randolph was made. He was after the news mans the village of Rocaux, and to within two hours had always avoided. driving from Lexington to Winches- renomination and election. He asks Mrs. J. A. Walter, Mrs. J. the east of Arfras ai.d north of came telling what he had done. Hopwant and ter crashed into a bridge. Keating's the voters to support him on the rec- Harris, of this city, Mrs. W. L. "Now I eat anything have pushed their line forward. took no No infantry engagements have taken of Ashland, Miss Antoinette kins says that his brother sleep naturally, getting up in the morn neck was broken, and he lived only ord he and the other members of the only 18 nlace between the French and tho fiscal court have made since he has Grinstcad, of Stanford, and Messrs. part in the shooting. He is ing feeling really refreshed. I should a few minutes. The passenger division of the been in office. He sanctions the ac- G. T. Grinstcad, of Richmond and E. years old, is a son of J. L. M. Hopkins Germans, but their artilleries ai'e bate to think I could not get Tanlac. county from Harwhich of Cincinnati. The fam- and moved to although I haven't taken it for a little Southern railway has been moved to tion of the fiscal court in getting L. Grinstcad, before had a death in it, lan some years this He lives with his still roaring in the great duels of atago. g machinery with ily has never are always the forerunners and the modern, Somerset from Danville, Ormove brings quite a number of fami- which to woik the roads, and heartily and did not fully realize the sting of father in the outskirts of Crab tacks. lies to that city. The passenger en- favored the buying of the new truck it. They do now. and in their sorrow, chard and as far as can be learned TO VOTERS OF HUSTONVILLE in no previous trouble in THE CHAUTUAQUA had been MAY gines and crews will now run from he believes will save the coun- thev weep not alone. MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Somerset to Cincinnati and from which The funeral occurred at the Meth- this county. Things look mighty good for the ty many a dollar. He saw the truck When I announced my candidacy Chattanooga to Somerset. It is said work two years ago and knows what odist church at 2:30 Monday afterChautauqua, which will Lincoln for the nomination for magistrate of other changes will soon be made that can be done with it. It then sold for noon, when the building was packed stretch its big tent in Stanford on WITH THE CHURCHES magisterial district I will benefit Somerset. the Ilustonville Prayer meeting at the Christian Mav 27 and entertain in it twice $5,000. The price paid by this coun- to its utmost capacity. In fact many Tiad the pledged support of both daily until the 31st. Tickets nre going Prosbyterial ty was $1,200 less. Mr. Helm realizes who went were turned away. This church Wednsday evening. The old Assembly anun3Mr. J. Wesley Hughes, who has Presbvterian Church Mid week nicely, and since it has boon explainchurch of Ilarrodsburg, Which was that not as much has been done on too, on a busy court day, was way nounced for the office, and Squire J. bought about three months ago by the pikes as was desired, but plans usual, and it testified in a silent service Wednesday evening at 7:30 ed that only season tickets count, or K. Helm, who I am told will an- the negro M. E. congregation of that were made, expecting the bond issue the esteem in which Mr. Grinstend sharp. "The Example of the Seven in other words, the Woman's Club nounce right away, he having told town, was badly damaged by the ex- to be voted, and when it failed to was held jn his home here. Dr. W. P. ty." only gets credit for season tickets, certain parties at couit Monday that plosion of a heavy charge of dyna- carry, no little of the work intended Vaughan, of Burnside, a former pasChancellor Homer W. Carpenter, neople are buying them more readily. lie would run again. Why the gentle- mite Sunday morning. The church had to be cut out. He thinks the road tor of the church here, preached the of Transylvania, delivered the com The only trouble is, a few of those men navje seen fit to thus treat me, I building, one of the handsomest in overseer the most feasible plan and funeral. He was assisted by Dr. W. mencement address for the high who signed pledges for tickets are cannot say. I also am informed that Ilarrodsburg, is located in the prin- says that Mr. Riffe has done quite as D. Wclburn. pastor of the church, school at Vancoburg Friday night. declining to take them, giving vari.the repoit is' current that I am cipal residence section of that town. good service as should have been ex- nnd Dr. C. H. Greer, presiding elder Rev. McPherson, pastor ot the ous excuses. Thev do not realize that in order iug the rnc(e for magistrate The way was cleared in Congress pected under existing conditions. He of the district, himself a former pas Christian church at Wilfiamstown, the Woman's Club is responsible for antl-ththnt X mav vote for mv son. L. Bow- - for Col. Roosevelt, if he is given au- is willincr and desirous of paying tor. The remarks were very tiwOlub delivered an excellent sernionhQrMtfcA-wlodges-gJv'man Owcns,jfqr,road engineer. There thorization by the Administration, men and teams rtfthc'Chrlsfianchiirch Sunday, on WU1 have to make good for the tick greater misuse, i am -.- i,. nchintr hearts of those who .never was-''ufrnfrnvrATiin nilnrdTUn tho1.1... 1...nl.l .wl fotUn,. an tltmr- - "Mother's Dav. ets if those who signed for them do ". 9. rabeajHyJsifllLjaf-ab1uStBur5.,f- Reversing its pre " them. Certainly there are is nrpobable that "service in Smiire Helm savs that while loveul me nuauiuiu unu ""' ot "V thoIt Christian church tothe meeting at not takethis section who would thus who fills vious action and overriding the Con- views differ from those of his oppon- lv. A nuartette composed .ues be conducted none in the office, but the ofiicc. I believe ference Committee on the Army ents, he proposes to vote for one of ,lnmp W. D. Welburn and R. L. Dav bv Evangelist Brooks will begin treat the good women who are trythat it would he far better to put Draft Bill, the House voted 215 to them and that he hopes they will be ison and Dr. W. D. Wclburn and Mr about July 15th, and will continue ing to do so much for tho betterment the pikes in the hands of the magis- 178 to empower the President to ex- just as clever as he. Said he: "I shall T. D. Ranev, sang several hymns for three weeks. of Stanford. An explanation is all trates and let them place from three tend authority for recruiting such a make no scramble for the office, but verv beautifully. that is necessary, we arc sure. The new Baptist church at said pikes in charge division. to five miles of Not in a long time has there been This sent the Army Bill will be dedicated on the 4th like very much to fill it again whose back to conference, but the Senate would people of my end of the coun- seen such a profusion of flowers at Sunday in this month, May 27th. Dr. of good, reliable farmers, H. H. S. COMMENCEMENT if the property fronts the pike. They could already had adopted a similar author- ty want me. In the event I am nomi- a burial here. Handsome floral tri- Powell, of Louisville, will deliver tho The commencement exercises of look after that amount of pike with ization during originnl consideration nated anil elected I promise the best butes were brought by friends of dedicatory sermon. the Ilustonville High School will be very little trouble and would pride of the measure and its conferees are there is in me." Stanford and Lincoln county, while Drafting of the railroads, ware- held next Friday night, Mav 18, when in making it just as good as possible. expected to agree quickly to it now. many came from admirers from a houses and cold storages into the Dr. C. G. Crooks, of Danville, will depike of which The Milledgeville iliatnnno. DOING SPLENDID WORK Government service was suggested as liver the class address. The splendid William Moser and A. W. Carpentei CLIP THIS AND PIN There were thirteen Methodist one way to lower food prices by the nrogram arranged for the occasion Mrs. Wheeler, wife of Dr. Carl have certain portions to look after ON WIFE'S DRESSER Lewis Wheeler, who is a son of our preachers present and they all act- Rev. Dr. II. L. Winburn. pastor of is as follows: Invocation, Rev. R. L. in They and keep in repair, is the best pike beBaptist church, Brandenburg; piano overture, Misses eountyman, Mr. Charles Wheeler, ot ed as honorary pall bearers. Burn-sid- tho Walnut-strethe county. A good illustration. I Bobby Tucker and Clara Nunnclley: Cincinnati Man Tells How To Shrivel Hustonvilte, is doing a great worK in were: Revs. W. F. Vaughan, W. D. Louisville. . prices for lieve in paying reasonable C. H. Greer. Danville, Up Corns Or Callus So They Lexington, in raising money for the The fourth Sunday in Mav is dec- class oration. "The New Farmer," will, if Charles Bohon oration day at Liberty church in Pu- Rav Coleman Murphy; presentation work on county roads and Lift Off With Fingers Red Cross and Belgians, by adopting Welburn. Stanford, elected, vote for doing so. I think orgininal methods. She secured a and D. W. Robertson. Versailles, H. laski county, near Bee Lick. The day of 'diplomas, Prof. S. S. Robinson; ! This kind of rough we have spent too much money for ? Ouch tent and had it stretched on Chean-sid- G. Turner. Danville, George Prentiss, will be spent in singing, preaching song, Misses Cora and Marv Wilder: Lancaster, and decorating graves of those buri- class address. Prof. C. G. Crooks, of machinery and believe that it would talk will be heard less here in town Palmeter. and filling it with animals, birds Bloomfield, Margaret be better to sell off a lot and buy if people troubled with corns will and reotiles, alive or stuffed, loaned George Hoffman, Hubble, Maxwell, ed near the church. A general invita- Danville; piano, Misses L. Hackenberry, tion is extended the public to come Powell and Mario Flovd; benediction. S. more rock and other material for the follow the simple advice of this Cin- by friends, threw it open Saturday Nicholasville, M. S. Clark. Harrods- nnd bring well filled baskets of din- The class motto is "Simnlicity, roads. Certain machinery is a neces- cinnati authority, who claims that a to the public at ten cents admission. Moreland. sity, but in my opinion we could very few drops of a drug called freezone It was thronged all day and when burg, W. II. Vanderpool, Perryvillc. ner. and Service," the flower, pink we'll do without several thousand when applied to a tender, aching the cash was counted that night it rose; colors, green nnd white. Tho The active pall bearers were: we have on corn or hardened callus stops sore- was found that $275 had beer, se- Messrs. J. A. Allen. E. T. Pence, Sr., CAMDEN SEEKS OFFICE AGAIN class roll is as follows: Misses Ella dollars worth of the kind hand. Asking your support and as- ness at once, and soon the corn or cured for the starving people of W. M. Matheny. Frank P. Spoona-morSquire J. M. Camden, who filled Rigney, Mary Ola Wilder, Marie suring you that in the event I am callus dries up and lifts right off Bedell Chancellor and J. B. the office of magistrate of the paper Belgium. A local Owens Floyd, Martha Benton Tucknominated and elected I will do all without pain. Sartain. dubbed Mrs. Wheeler the P. T. district with credit, called in er and Mr. Rny Coleman Murphy. . in my power to make better roads He savs feezone dries Immediate Rev. Grinstead made the request ot of the aggregation, and right and told tho I. J. to anand decrease if possible the taxes, I ly nnd never inflames or irritates the well did fahe wear the honors, it is his family that thev would wear no yesterday candidacy for PICKETT EXPECTED TO RUN will be com- nounce his t,Uly' am Vt'ry surrounding skin. A small bottle of learned from those who attended. mourning and his wishes No start has yet been made in t'ie and election. Said he: "Tell the , S. M. OWENS. but plied with. freezone will cost very little at any neople I nm for good roads and be- k'gwla'iM' race in Shelby count-n o :c "ii drug store, but will positively rethat SPEAKING POSTPONED lottine: every man pay his poll il r-lieve in OF HEALTH A SYMBOL was all TEDDY TO RIDE LINCOLN HORSE tax in work. I also believe that own- George L. Pickett, one of the State move every hard or soft corn or calThe circuit court-rooof Ancient lus from one's feet. Millions of Amer- torn up with the improvements being The Pythagorians leaders in the last be well reim- - Administration Sid Duke, of Crab Orchard, had teams Greece ate simple food, practiced ican women will welcome this an- made since the fire, so the Senatorial the honor of selling the horse that ers of for tho should services given. I ask regular and special session of tho bursed badge nouncement since the inauguration temperance and purity. As u Legislature, will stand for the Democandidates could not speak there I uooscveit wm imi--- , they used the five pointed star which of the high heels. If your druggist Monday and it was agreed among whether he goes to wnr or not. The the nomination on the record have cratic renomination. If he does not, and hope the made as magistrate they regarded as a symbol of health. doesn't have freezone tell him to or- them that tho speaking be deferred sorrel mare Mack Hughcs.of Dan- voters of the Waynesburg magisteri- it is understood, that Will T. Beck39-- 1 A red five pointed star appears on der a small bottle for you. until Juno court day. There was ville, sold last week to Roger Wil- al district will see fit to nominate mo ham, a cousin of United States Seneach package of Chamberlain'3 Tabsome disappointment at tho an- liams, of Lexington, wns bought for again. In the event they do, I prom- ator Beckham, will become a candilets, and still fulfils its ancient misCIRCLE MET nouncement, as quite a number of Col. Roosevelt's personal use. Mr. ise that what little ability I have will date. His father, the late Judge J. sion as a symbol of health. If you are On Saturday afternon the the Lincoln county voters are anx- Duke sold tho mare to J. M. Cress, be used in the interest of tho county Coleman Beckham, was tho Repretroubled with indigestion, biliousness Circle of the Christian ious to hear tho gentlemen express who in turn sold her to Mack Hughes and the has sentative in tho Legislature from or constipation, get a package of church met in the lecture room of themselves on tho important ques- She is a good ono nnd will take Teddy two opponents in theMr. Camden says Shelby county for several terms. field, but your druggist. the church. Tho meeting was led by these tablets from tions of the day. as far in a day as any other horse he is going to win the race just as Louisville Times. You will bo surprised at the quick re- Mrs. W. O. Martin. The subject diswould. easy as he did four years ago. lief which they afford. Obtainable cussed was "Latin America." After IMPORTANT FAIR MEETING MISS GRACE HARRIS DEAD everywhere. aged 18, died meeting, Mrs. J. F. Govor who is WOMAN The stockholders of tho Lincoln the Miss 'Grace Harris, DEATH OF AGED OMAR KHAYYAM WINNER requested to meet at the "Mother" of circle, was hostess of tuberculosis at the home of her Mrs. Anne Blankenship. sister of imported county fair are Omar PROGRAM OF COMMENCEMENT at The Princess to the members. parents, near Chappell's Gap Satur- Squire J. A. Singleton, died nt the horse, wonKhayyam, an Louisville the Knights of Pythias Hall at 3 o'the Derby at clock next Saturday afttemoon. May Sunday evening, Baccalaureate Those present were: Mrs. Willard day nnd was laid to rest in tho Old homo of her daughter. Mrs. Isham in the presence of 35,000 sermon at Baptist church by Dr. J. Hilton, Miss Lucilo Stone, Mrs. Clay Ephesus Baptist church graveyard Vaught. in tho King's Mountain sec- Saturday There were 1G entries and 19th. Imnortnnt business is to bo of Lexington: Monday Davis, Mrs. C. Hays Foster, Mrs. W. Sunday. She was a devout member of tion Saturday and was buried at people. transacted and it is urgent that evW. Porter, time fast. evening Mozart and Glee Club reci- R. Todd, Mrs. W. O. Martin. Mrs. J. Ephesus church and was a fine girl Pleasant Point Sunday, after services tho track was value Tho tho racewas ery stockholder bo present. E. C. to of The 2:04 39-tal; Tuesday evening, Senior play; C. Eubanks, Mrs. J. B. Perkins, Mrs. in every respect. Her death is a dis- at the church by Rev. Owens. De- the winner was $10,000. Andrew Walton, secretary. Wednesday evening, commencement R. T. Bruce, Miss Mnggio Jones. Miss tinct loss to tho section of the coun- ceased was 72 years old and had been was second, J. W. Miller's WHO STOLE THE SIGN? address bv President T. J. Coats, Katie Lynn Wood and Miss Emma ty in which she lived and where her a consistent member of tho Baptist Parrish's Ticket Midway third and Harry of Eastern Kentucky Normal, Rich- Hays. influence for good was felt. Some scamp stole the sign telling church for many years. Rickety fourth. Payne Whitney's mond; Thursday evening, unnuul of tho big sale that is going on at Omar Khayyam is by Marco, dam "Chamberlain's Tablets Have Done music recital. WHOOPING COUGH and ONLY FEW HOURS LIVED nnd was trained by C. T. Patter- Salem & Salem's Bargain Store, give Wonders For Me" tho most successful prepaOne tho Messrs. Salem say they will Tho little daughter born to Mr. son. "I have been a sufferer from stom- rations ofin use for this disease is CARD OF THANKS tho best suit of clothes in their house P. W. Kennedy Sunday The good people, who by word or ach trouble for a number of years, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. S. W. and Mrs. for tho arrest and conviction of the morning lived but a few hours. The A BEAUTIFUL TRIBUTE although I have used a great McClinton, deed, rendered assistance to us in and Blandon Springs, Ala., Mt. Morl-a- h tho person who did it. of remedies recommended writes, "Our baby had whooping burial followed Mondny athave much That was a beautiful tribute our hour of grief have our sincere number Church. Tho parents late Col. J. B. Willis, of Crab Orchthanks. To say that wo appreciata for this complaint, Chamberlain's cough as bad as most ar.v baby could sympathy in their loss. "THE DEACON" AT C. O. medicino that has ard Springs, paid his excellent wife, what they did for us and the comfort Tablets is tho first have it. I gave him Chamberlain's "Tho Deacon," an original and inwhen ho left all of his earthly poswords brought us, is but feebly given me positivo and lasting relief." Cough Remedy and it soon got him their RHEUMATISM drama will be givto her. This was tho only teresting five-asessions expressing our feeling in the prem writes Mrs. Anna Kadin, Spcncenort, well. Obtainable everywncre. If you are troubled with chronic or will probated in tho Lincoln county en by tho senior class of the Crab N. Y. "Chamberlain's Tablets have ise3, 0. P. Huffman and family. muscular rheumutism give Chamber- court Monday nnd very little other Orchard Graded School at tho school dono wonders for me and I value RECITAL AT HUSTONVILLE lain's Liniment a trial. The relief building on next Friduy evening, betransacted. of Ccn-tr- o them very highly." Obtainable everyCommencement exercises Tho Music Class of tho Iluston- from pain which it affords is alone business was ginning at 8 o'clock. Admission 15, where. College have been advanced from High School will worth many times its cost. Obtainville Graded and 25 and 35c. CARD OF THANKS June 14 to 3rd. This shortening of evening, John P. Sweeney, a prominent give a recital 8on Thursday tho opera able everywhere. the year was done in recognition of We desiro to thank from tho depths o'clock at May 17th at Cnrence F. Smith, a the faithful and earnest work of the fnrmer and stock man of Casey, was house. The admission fee will bo 10 of grateful hearts nil those who were BUYS A DIXIE FLYER students and the pressure upon a hero at court Monday. Mr. Sweeney and 20c. so kind to us in our lato bereave- man of Somerset, has boon appointed G. II. Masters, the livery and distinction of Bank number of the young mon of the and his wife have tho man, went to Louisville Friday ment. Thoir goodness will never bo assistant be Nutional to tho Examiner. assigned Cleveland to part- Ho will senior class to enter the servlco of nwnliu.- nnu of tho most hospitable and S. S. Caldwell, for many years a and drovo back a handsome Dixie forgotten each we shall strive "Rupley district Kentucky, Ohio and set rnn.v the country and upon others of tho i,traa insatisfy nml tho tublo thev tho .citizen of Parksvillo, died in Louis- - Flyer car that he will use in his gar- ly repay and all. II. C. tho appetite of school to join the army going back would and children. age. This gives him five cars. ville last week, ageu Bo. jmost fastidious. to the farm. the BAD SHOOTING bedrid-den.th- SPELLS d, .Tnil-e- free-for-a- ll nn-nu- nl court-hous- e, m ue-fo- re 1 self-mad- trans-Atlant- ic 1 1 1 k, I Gav-rel- la 1 By-be- e, labor-savin- while-now.- " 27-3- 1 - a. . histasjmuqrt en H' liL Mitch-ellsbur- g et e. ! ! ! e, Sin-cere- ty war-strick- en e, Way-nesbu- rg Bar-nu- m I Repvti-et.h'i- m BEULAH-WALKE- R Beulah-Wnlk- er tax-payer- 3-- 4. 2t Lis-m- n, ct well-know- n ga-ra- go - I The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, May 15, 1917 1 he interior Journal J. H. Wright KV-- i Bank Appeals to Small Depositors and enjoys the patronage of large depositors; yet it appeals to people who wish to make smaller deposits on personal or family accounts. This Bank accepts deposits in any amount and serves the small depositor with the same courtesy as it extends to larger depositors. New accounts are 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 E. C. Walton and tnltrri at Ihf potieffine at Stanford, ttrnnd tlatt mail matlrr. Austro-Hun-rrar- i WHILE this Bank transacts a general banking Checking and Interest Bearing Accounts Invited. v former ambassador to the United States, savs in n Berlin publication : "The entire fault for America's entry into the war lies with President Wilson, who is an obstinate Anglophile autocrat, filled with doctrinnry stubbornness." This bald headed falsehood is solely for home consumption. No man ever tried harder to prevent n declnr-ntio- n of hostilities than the president, lie was patient and long suffering under the most awful provocation. Ho would have been justifiable in declaring war two yenrs niro when the Lusitanin was ruthlessly destroy ed nml scores ot our citizens sent to watery graves but he preferred to try to settle the outrage diplomatically, reiving on the Kaiser's word that such nn act should not occur again and that duo indemnity would be paid. How false were his hones Hid how outrage after outrage has been hcaned upon this country is known of all reading men. lusted of lust entering the war we might have by fought it to a successful now and shown the murderous luster for blood that when he dared to trample on the rights of this country and attempted to deny it the use ot the sea that his doom was sealed and his annihilation assured. fmi-O- i Dr. Dtitnbn, Clothes of Character Clothes have character just the same as peo jple. MWm. It is usually evident at first meeting, sure to show in time. a It is ,LvSte ''JlTiJ I'lffl r v III Adler Collegian Clothes have character to start with and character that remains the same comfortable companionable, dependable character you find in your best friends. "Collegian" character is the result of faithful adherence to "Collegian" standards of distinctive design, faultless fabrics and skilled workmanship. f 1 111 Ml lira rl ill I I The Lincoln County National Bank The Lincoln Trust Comnpay Both Institutions Are Under the Same Management "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE." STANFORD, KENTUCKY At the request of the attorneys of Somerset Judge Bethurum decided to try only the criminal docket and to put ofT all civil business until the next term of court. This was done to let the jurors fro home and look after their crops and to keep from bringing witnesses out of the fields. This is a regular four weeks' term, but Judge Bethurum announced that he exepcted to get through in a week. The first legislative step toward conservation of the nation's food resources and a long advance toward an absolutely dry United States was taken by the Senate in approving, 38 to 32, an amendment to the Administration Espionage Bill forbidding The entire Russian proletariat induring the war the use of cereals or grain in- the manufacture of intoxi- dignantly rejects the idea of a sep arate peace with the Germans, M. cating liquor. Skobelelf, a member of the Execu Statistics kept by the Colored Cit- tive Committee of the Council of izens Patriotic League show that Workmen's and Soldiers' delegates, 211,296 negroes have left the South declared. The army should take the during the past eight months. Most offensive and carry out the moveof them have secured employment in ment which strategy demands, he northern war plants, 73,000 going to said. Pennsylvania. 48,879 of the negroes Mrs. Hays Metcalf and children, have left the State of Georgia. of near McKinney, are the guests of Logan Westerfield, of Paris, is the Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Metcalf at Paint guest of his aunt, Mrs. M. D. Elmore. Lick. - Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Kennedy attended the burial of her brother, Mr. Robert Mattingly, in Lexington. Heart trouble brought about the sudden demise of Mr. Mattingly, who was here, where he lived many years. A wife and single daughter and several grown sons survive. The wife and daughter live at Mercer county, but the boys are scattered over several States. Messrs. C. E. Rankin and Robert Currey, of Harrodsburg, were in Stanford on business Saturday. Morgan Smith Baughman, Jr., was able to drive to town Saturday and his many friends gave him the glad hand. well-know- n The doctors and others composing the National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis, which met at Cincinnati last week, were strong in their conviction that alcohol in any form helps to develop consumption and that its effects generally are most harmful. Ac cordingly, a resolution was passed unanimously to ask Congress to enact a law nt once prohibiting the manufacture and sale of alcoholic liquors during the continuance of the war and for a year thereafter. A distinguished Canadian army surgeon gave it as his opinion, based on investigation and experience, that tuberculosis would never be eradicated until prohibition is adopted and rigidly enforced. "We have prohibition in Canada," he said, "and it is the kind that absolutely prohibits." Many church and other orgai.iza-tio- n are also peptitioning Congress to pass a prohibition law, both because of danger and damage entailed by liquor, and to conserve the grain supply, so much needed for fond. By only one vote the Senate beat the censorship clause provision, and afterwards declined to provide for a distinct and separate press censorship by vote of C5 to 5. This is well. Reputable papers can be relied on to print nothing that would aid the enemy and the others should not be allowed to exist. The people ought to be given all the news possible and its value should not be destroyed by some little shoulder strapper, dressed cutting in a little brief authority, such fantastic tricks as to make the angels weep. 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 STANFORD, KY. a candidate was so seriously shocked when placed on the electric branding board, that he died from it effects. His family brought suit against the officers of the local lodge and those of the National lodge and got a judgment for $10,000. The case was appealed to the U. S. Supreme Court, which has just affirmed the verdict, holding that such bodies are as liable for the deaths of its victims as other bodies. This is a most righteous decision, as it will have the effect of William McCormack has returned The initiation stunts of some se- ing Saturday at The Seelbach in The coming session will be home from Ash Grove, Mo., where he cret orders are absolutely disgusting, Louisville. summer meeting the first ever held has been the guest of his aunt, Mrs, as well as dangerous. In Birmingham in Louisville by the State newspaper Matt Dawson. workers. Bowling Green and CeruJ. Mat Craig, of Rockcastle,, lean Springs also made an effort to bought of Armp Lair, also of that secure the meeting. county, a bunch of hogs at 14c. Virgil Chatham, of Mercer, sold to of that county, 50 Miss Frank Waller spent yesterday Clell Coleman, limiting the activities of the "goat" and to a great extent eliminate the silly horse play adopted by certain orders. The midsummer meeting of the Kentucky Press Association will he held in Louisville from June 11 to 15, inclusive. Decision to that effect was reached by the Executive of the association at a meet Com-mitt- ee 'was over from Wayntsburg at court Monday. R. W. Harberson, of Boyle, has sold 100 barrels of corn recently at ?8. M. Harlan sold to M. W. John Johnson, also of Boyle, 20 gilts at $14.50. Mrs. W. T. Cozatt, of Parksvillc, was shocked and burned by lightning while at work in her garden. Mack Hughes, the Danville horseman, sold to a Cincinnati army officer a bay gelding for $G00. Clarence Eubanks, of Williamsburg, who has been the guest of his aunt, Mrs. W. M. McCormack, home Saturday. four-year-old in Louisville. Hickory Bill Singleton 175-poun- d hogs at $14.25. Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach only one way to cure catarrhal deafness, and that Is by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed. Deafness Is the result. Unless the Inflammation can be reduced and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearlng-wll- l be destroyed forever. Many cases of deafness are caused by catarrh, which Iff the diseased portion ot the car. There Is an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Circulars free. All Druggists, 75c. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. SPECIAL SALE of-- Just Received A Small Shipment of those 9x12 Matting Rugs Plain and Fancy Dress Silks Thursday, Friday and Saturday "' w. Crab Orchard, Kentucky HAVE YOUR E. PERKINS " May 17, 18 19 ties, Etc. No samples will be sent at sale prices nor any orders filled at sale prices after the sale. Y SI : : : RUBBER TIREING DONE NOW : I can do your work at once. Prices $10.00 to $14.00 BEST TIRES IvC-lIlllCllIl- IJ flfC Many Remnants of Silks in all size pieces from one yard to six yards will be marked at decided bargain prices Remnants E. T. PENCE, Jr., Stanford Tailored Suits, Coats, Silk Dresses Our entire line of tailored Suits, both Wooltex and N. Y. makes, are being offered at very prices. Most of these will be excellent for Fall wear, and you can save money by buying ereatlv reduced now. More than one hundred new Silk Dresses in most wanted fabrics and colors at all prices from $12 SO to ;n are being offered at reduced prices. , ' Wheat Flour CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD! U. S. Government Eggi ARTICLES Beef, (irioin Mutton, leg Milk Pork, loin Tests Prove It. Energy 10 cent will buy 410 445 385 x Checte Butter Breakfast Food Potatoes Beans, dried Rice 1030 1035 1185 13C5 1 Summer Dresses White and Colored Voile Dresses, Combination Gingham and Voile Dresses, genuine Linen Dresses Organdie and Net Dresses, all entirely new models just received from New York. The prices are $6 50 $7 SO Rfi tin $10.00 and on up to $20.00, and regardless of all high price talk are better dresses at each price than w could offer you last year. Come and see them. 1489 2025 3040 2950 (U. S. Department of Agriculture) Farmers Bulletin No. 142) vvneat riour bo4U wmmmmmmmam ENERGY Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities J. H. Baughman & Co. A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, May 15, 1917 Our Country Is Now Engaged In The Greatest War Ever In The, History Of The World This Bank can not fight on the firing line, but proposes to do its part by offering and Loaning to Its Customers, The Far-er- s 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. Miss Gencvn Oaks is suffering with Stith Noe will go to Covington Snturday to take n position. the measles. Mrs. J. II. Willis, of Crab Orchard Mrs. J. W. Acey went to Lancaster Saturday to visit her mother, Springs, wns in the city Monday. Mrs. Hughes. Cnrlislc Ends, son of J. II. Ends, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cyrus Gover nnd out on the Danville pike, has joined children have moved to the farm of the army. Mr. J. F. Gover, nenr Turncrsvllle, Claude Bibb and wife, of London, nnd will have charge of the place. came down Saturday afternoon to Mrs. A. P. Hunn nnd Mrs. J. C. visit relntives. Reynolds nnd little daughter, Bernice Mr. 0. P. Newlnnd, of Hurnside, Mny, have been the guests of Mr. and was here court day mingling with his Mrs. Edgar Reynolds at McKinney. many friends. Mrs. James II. Woods nnd her chil"Enclosed find my check for $1.50 for the best county paper in the dren hnve all had the measles, but State," writes our friend, Frank M. arc all better. Sims, of Lawrenceburg. "Don't let Dr. J. B. Perkins attended the me miss n copny," he adds. in LouisState Dental Convention Mrs. J. W. Ilnyden nnd daughter, ville last week. Mrs. Robin Adair Horton, of Paris, Mcsdnmes J. W. Cocking nnd Edcame over Saturday to see Mrs. gar Reynolds, of McKinney, were in Brown, who has been confined the city Saturday afternoon. to her bed for some time on account Mrs. R. IJ. Wilkinson has returned of an accident. to her home at Lancaster after a visProf. W. C. Wilson left Sunday it to her daughter, Mrs. J. M. ascy. afternoon for Fort Benjamin HarriRev. Charles E. Powell, of Roason, near Indinnapolis, in answer to noke, Va.. is here the guest of his n call from Uncle Sam. He will take father, f'npt. 1!. F. Powell and slater. the training there until further or- Mrs. W. G Withers. ders. Prof. Todd will be the head of Dr. Cook, of Xashvillc. and High and the Stanford Graded Mr. Edward Cooper, of Litchfield. III., School during the remainder of the spent Sunday with Mr. George 15. Pcr-melia Miss Jean Paxton is spending the day with Lannster friends. W. M. McGuffcy has been visiting relntives and friends nt Livingston. Dr. and Mrs. W. Ii, O'Bannor. lenve this afternoon for a protracted trip through n half dozen southern States. W. O. Burke and wife, of Madison county, and Mrs. Sanders, of Garrard, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Logan McCoimaek. Claiborne C. Walton, whoso furlough has been grently enjoyed by the members of his family here, leaves in the morning for his Battleship, Montana. lie goes direct to New York, where information as to the whereabouts of The Montana will be given him. Dr. A. K. Caldwell, of Waynes-burwns in the city Monday. He told the I. J. that the Lincoln County Medical Society, of which he is president, would hold an interesting meeting at King's Mountain on Tuesday, May 29th. The meeting will begin at 10 o'clock. A large attendance is g, her pnrents in Covington. Mrs. J. L. McKcc Riffc Is visiting Bradfordsville. Mrs. I). B. Southard spent a day .or so with her daughter, Mrs. W G. at Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Enimett McCormnck. of Hustonville, was the guest of her daughter. Mrs. James II. Woods. II. Clay Rupley loJt Monday for St. Louis, Mo., having been called here bv the death of his mother, Mrs. Mc-Bee II. II. Davis, Jr., hns been very ill of measles and pneumonia, but is convalescing. Miss Mary D. Kennedy left S.itur-dn- y to vbit friends at Lebanon nnd Mo-i- e 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-- 2 session. II. G. Skiles. candidate for Kpiv-scntativwas here from Crab Orchard, shaking hands with the court day crowd. He says he is well sttibhed with conditions in his race. He snekc to quite a crowd at Crab Orchard Saturday afternoon and is haul to have made a splendid speech. Mr, Skiles informs the I. J. that ho will e, stump the county. Cooper and family. A. (' Alford, of Danville, ww here Monday and his many friends were glad to see him. Mr. Aliord is making good on the Danville police force. Mr. and .Mrs. William L. Crutcher Mr. James Crutcher and two sons, of Richmond, have been gmsts of Mrs J. B. Willis at Crab Orchard Springs. They were in the city a short while Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. L. Berry motored over to Little Rock, Bourbon county, last of the week to spend a short while with his mother, Mrs. Margaret Berry and brother, II. J. Berry. They went by Nicholasville and returned by Hnrrodsburg, covering about 1"() miles. Mr Berry says he saw lots of good wheat, but that tobacco and corn show poor prospects for a good crop. He thinks that the people generally will be agreeably surprised in their wheat crops this year, and here's ho) ing he is right. desired. II. C. Rupley. Mrs. Alice Lytic, formerly of this county, is visiting Mrs. S. I). Yowcll at Danville, prior to locating at Okln. Mrs. W. C. Shni.kR spent several days at Shelbyville with her daughter, Miss Margaret Shanks. They were in Louisville Monday. John G. Lynn has swapped hi farm in the Shelby City section, known as the George It. Enxlofltar farm, to J. L. Butler for his handsome home on Maple avenue, Danville. Mr. J. E. Jordan, manager of the telephone exchange, will go to hi home in Bell county to remain unti' his broken arms mends. The lenve absence is given by the company which greutly appreciates Mr. Jordan's services. Manager Homer C Wray, of the Danville exchange, will make frequent visit to the exchange here and look after its affeirs during Mr. Jordan's absence. " Corns Peel Right Off With "Gets-It- " 2 Drops, and the Corn is a "Goner!" When you've got to walk on the sides of your shoos, to Ket away from thoso awful there's only one common-sens- e thing to do. corn-pain- West End. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson, of Boyle county, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Tarkington. Miss Susie Moore, who has been a guest of Mrs. W. L. Forsythe, left Monday for her home in Kansas. Mrs. S. C. VanArsdale, of Springfield, will arrive this week her daughter, Mrs. Hugh M. Noe. Mr. 0. M. Huffman and family were up from Danville Monday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Huffman. Miss Marietta King, of Crab Orchard, was here Monday returning from Eastern Kentucky Normal at Rich mond. Miss Gertrude Wilkinson returned Monday from Richmond, where she has been attending Eastern Kentucky Jr., of Madison, T. E. Baldwin, was a court day visitor Monday. Sheriff Tom Ballard, of Garrard, was over from Lancaster Monday. Miss Leona Baker, of Chattanooga, is visiting friends and relatives in the WINTE ALL SUM dKil 7 GuXI IHmmSTh S3 HflB En This Winter weather may chill you to the bone, but it chills us to our bank account. These conditions have hinWearing Apparel ever dered the selling of the prettiest line of Dry Goods, Shoes and Women's Ready-mad- e shown in this or any other Central Kentucky town. Of course, we are the losers, but Who Will Profit By This Condition? Normal. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gover went up to Corbin Sunday to spend a few Use "Gets-It;- " Your Corns Won't days with their daughter, Mrs. W. H. Swell In Water. Benldea. Thej'Il Worsham. Shrivel, Loosen ana Peel oat Col. J. S. Robinson, 'of Crab Orch' !iit 2 or 3 drops of "Gets-It- " on th ard Springs, was here Monday with corn right away. Pain and Inflammation will disappear, the corn will Misses Ellen Holmes and Ethel Wil begin to shrivel from that Instant son, also of the East End. taen it loosens and falls right oft. Bell Bryan, who graduWilliam In There's no other ates this year, has the thanks of the the world that acts like "Gets-It.- " No new discovery has been made In I. J. for an invitation to the com- was TYinnnnmnnf-- nxprnisos of MillersbliriT since "Gets-It- " born. Don't forget that fact. "Gets-It- " does away forever with the use Military Institute, which occur next of nalves that Irritate, bandages that week. William Robinson Cook and make a bundle of your toe, plasters Robert Elkin Embry, of Lancaster, that half do the work, knives and scissors that draw blood. Use "Gets-It- " are also among the list of graduates. no more digging or cutting. Invitations to the commencement "Gets-It- " is sold everywhere, 50 a exercises of Stanford High School bottle, or sent on receipt of price by have been received by friends of the &. Co., Chicago, 111. E. Lawrence on WednesSold in Stanford and recommend- institution. They occur house. The evening at the opera remedj day roll contains the names of the ed as the world's best corn class by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The following voung people: John Cash, Joe T. Embry, Miss Henley Cash, Penny Drug Store'. Matsy Grimes, Miss Marietta Goggin, Miss Nellie Wilson Hill, Miss ElizaPERSONAL AND SOCIAL beth Hunn, Miss Anna K. Matheny. Josephine Matheny. Ferdinand May 15 Mrs. J. S. Owsley will Miss Matheny, Miss Lottie Walker McKin-neentertain the Tuesday Club in the Miss Pattye Perkins. Miss Jean afternoon. Belle Russell. Miss Eva Paxton, 10 May Dramatic Club Play. Rankin, Miss Maurice Tucker, Miss Anna Dance and Orchestra. 25c and 35c. G. Wood. Miss Serena Young, May 17 Mrs. J. G. Carpenter will be hostess of the Current Events corn-remov- er corn-remove- rs . y, YOU! And you are to be congratulated upon buying so low when everything you sell is going so high. But that is the road to fortune buy as low as you can and save the difference. BEGINNING MAY 15th IN ORDER TO TURN THESE GOODS INTO CASH, WE'LL MAKE THE FOLLOWING SUITS You can take your choice out of the prettiest line of Spring Suits ever brought to this store. Navy, Black or fancies (none excepted,) at One-thir- d Off the Price LOW PRICES: MUSLIN UNDERWEAR We have just placed on sale a lot of Sport Suits in Ponh gee and Wash Materials at Off the price of these, too. One-fourt- Values out of tune with the price of cotton and all Puritan Brand. Children's Cambric Drawers, 2 to 12 years. ...15c, 25c 25c, 39c, 50c, $1.00 Women's Cambric Drawers Women's Gowns, Kimonas or long sleeves, now at 48c, 75c, $1.00 Club at DRESSES 2 o'clock. WASH SKIRTS, MIDDIES AND WASH WAISTS All of this line were bought on the basis of low price cotton. Is there anything more genteel looking or comfortable to wear. Buy them now at old prices. CHILDREN'S 2 Misses Mary Belle Spoonamore and Vercie Hester were in Danville Tuesday. Mrs. Will Hays was in Lancaster tqday with her mother, Mrs. Mildred Beazley. Hubert Carpenter left Monday morning for Fort Benjamin Harrison to take the training for service in the army. His place in the Lincoln County National Bank will be held open for him. Mr. Hill Spalding, of Lexington, was here at court Monday. Ho and Mrs. Spalding are visiting at Dr. Ed Alcorn's nt Hustonville. Miss Katherine Anderson has reGeorgetown, turned home from where she has been for several months with the Bradley Studio. Miss Nellie Wilson Hill and Miss Belle Russell nre wearing the handsome medals they won at Lexington in vocal contests the other night. They are beauties. Miss Ella Warren, who is teaching in the D. & D. school at Council She Bluff, Iowa, has been is doing spelndid work in the far West. Her sister, Miss Bettio Warren, who is teaching at Omaha, Neb., has nlso been chosen for another year. Quito a compliment to these Stan, ford ladies. If you looked at our line of Dresses you saw one you "were just crazy for" come and get it now for just half the original price. 1101&fj4 Uz!llf?U.V sssHsssW4 it '4 SPORT SKIRTS Weather is King, and no matter how charming the models you wait on 'the weather. It is sure to be h off the price warmer. Take your choice at One-fourt- GINGHAM DRESSES 1 fnTssssssssHssssWsssssssssB sflrr sssssssTJl BARGAIN TABLE OF WOMEN'S LOW SHOES Odds and Ends of as good shoes as were ever lasted. None less than a $4.00 value at the present price of leather, yet they are yours at $1.95. In the great Brighten Up process now being carried out by Nature as well as Man do not forget the protective value of paint. Sherwin-Williams to G sizes, Children's Dresses, G5c and 75c val48 cents ues, at G sizes, Children's Dresses, 85c value, at 25 cents 2 to G to 14 sizes, Children's Dresses, GOc and 75c 48 cents values, at G to 14 sizes, Children's Dresses, $1.10 to $1.25 . ..yo cents liliicSp tit. ...... UNDERWEAR BARGAINS Paint, Prepared will protect your house from Odd lots of Ladies' Vests and Pants, Union Suits, Children's Vests, Pants and Union Suits at one price for any one, only 15 cents. WOMEN'S LOW SHOES The most elegant looking and best fitting line of pumps for women who care, in Stanford. Leather goes up, but you can take off 10 per ct. from the price JTo MRS. SLACK'S LETTER Mothers of Delicato Children the Summer's sun and Winter's snow equally well and for a long period oftime. Talmyra, Pa. "My little girl had a chronic cough ami win bo thin you could count her ribs, and slio hud no appetite. Nothing we gave her seemed to help her, until ono day Mrs. Neibert asked inu to try Vinol, and now slio is hungry all thu time, her cough is gone, she la Btouter and Iiub a more healthy color. I wish every mother who has a delicato child would try Vinol." Mrs. Auueu Slack. Wo guarantee Vinol, our to make delicato children tonic, healthy and strong. Th Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. non-secr- BrightenUpAmerica! SHERWIN-VflLUAM- S PAINTS There is a Sherwin-William- s product for every Brighten Up need ask us. Severance Main Street Son Stanford, Ky. The Penny Drug Store The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, May 15, 1917 Valuable Opportunity LADY FOR EVERY CITIZEN IN THIS TOWN AND COUNTY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PROPER CARE AND FEEDING OF POULTRY. EXPERTS FROM RALSTON PURINA COMPANY, ST. LOUIS, MO., ARE HERE TO EXPLAIN QUESTIONS OF INTEREST TO ALL RAISERS OF POULTRY. BE SURE YOU HAVE A TALK WITH THEM WHILE THEY ARE IN STANFORD. PHONE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS TO W. H. HIGGINS AND ONE OF THE LADIES WILL CALL ON YOU, IF YOU LIVE IN THE CITY. ANY COUNTY PEOPLE CAN MEET THE LADIES AT OUR STORE ANY DAY THIS WEEK. Wait and see the PURINA CHICK FEED show each night at the OPERA HOUSE after the first reel. : : : m W. H. HIGGINS -WORD AGENT and Greeley Lutes, of are feeding 63 hogs at near their home, 70 at and the former is feeding 50 at his place. They bought 21 black Polled Angus cattle of D. R. Brown, of Casey. In the lot was a bull weighing 1,440 lbs. The rest are cows and heifers. They paid a fancy price for them. They bought at Dunnville two cows at $45 and $05; Granville Middleburg, J. J. Myers' Turnersville of Neat, of that section, eight hogs at 12c and of Essie of Phil, 24 of same at same price. The gentlemen contracted for 00 hogs from Henry Wesley for June 10th delivery and 13 from J. J. Myers for last half of July. Lutes & Lutes bought of Dr. C. B. Creech two acres of land in Middleburg for $400 and will put it in 110-pouBal-docnd LAND, STOCK AND CROP ESTRAY Two Jersey bulls came R. C. Hocker sold the wool from to my place on Buck Creek, two miles (Ads her art 1 cent a word eaeti luup, cash from Ottenheim, on about the last of GO sheep for 59 cents a pound. wit'j uriW; no a Ifes than 25c rach ititie.) April. Owners can get same by idenW. T. McGirr sold to Mr. Gabbard, tifying them and paying for this a"d. of Junction City, a milk cow for $52.-5p GRADUATING and wedding pres- Hallie Hatfield. 38-tents at Mueller's. f J. R. Cass, of Brodhead, bought CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS C. E. Tate a nice Jersey cow for "catHogs Receipts 0,100 head steady; of WANTED 25 or 30 head of butchers, $15 1(5.50; $75. tle to graze for the season. T. II. packets and George Rancy sold to Wallace 39-- 1 Ends. three-year-omare for stags $8(o Faimer a lights, $150. FOR SALE Lincoln Wonder, si- and Cattle $8.5014.50; 1,700 head; Receipts, 13. And' J. Gooch sold to Wm. Boone lage "SEED CORN." See E. T. strong; steers, $7.5011.75; heifers, walking horse for 32-tPeru-u- , a Jr., Stanford. f cows, fry.oucrt) LU. ro; WANTED to rent a mare for a Calves, stiong, $7.50 12.50. Sheep $125. Or15. to the motherless colt. Write or phone J. Receipts 100 head; steady, $710; chard M. Cowan sold barrelsCrab corn Milling Co. 100 of M. Cress, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 4. tf lambs, steady, $9 13.25. at $8. LOST Uetween Stanford and J. T. Rigfcby bought of Finch & M. S. Baughman sold to T. W Hubble last Saturday u package of averaging 400 Ballaid 40 hogs averaging 100 pounds pounds atfour cattle hog geruui. If found notify Dr. John Jones $40. 39-t- f. at 14c. Cool;, Stuifoid. John Lvnn sold to J. C. Johnston, W. L. Gresham, of Mercer, bought of Boyle," 25 ES TRAY -- A horrel horse left my d hogs for 14 pluce .i f.'iv i.ivs ago. He was last of Minor Lewis 45 ewes at $18 with cents a pound. seen n Dam die pike. Is about three the lambs thrown in. Squire Tom Dudderar sold to T. d hogs for 13 The Southern Railway System has V. Jones 15 iears old, U;a black mail'' and tail, blazi' in fiic and is in fa!" order. decided to employ lady stenographers cents a pound. Kindly n uify me . E. L. Miiacle, to take the place ol the young men J. M. Taikington sold to Yowell & D. No. 2. Lanctsto- -, It hogs at 14 4 d who are joining the aimy. Eads 02 cents a pound. R3ucura:taD2mmriad2JEsumKiB3aMBG G. A. Swinebroad sold to Orman horse Philpot a pair of mules for $350. R. C. Nunnelley sold to T. W. d feeding hogs at Jones 15 12 cents a pound. sold the wool Vitgil Campbell week. fiom 25 sheep to Yowell & Eads at grow 00 cents a pound. R. B. AVoods bought a nice walking mare from G. C. Anderson, of Mt. Sterling for $150. Green Gooch sold to O. P. New-lanof Burnside, a mare mule for $150. J. II. Goggin bought of J. M. Rob-ei- ts d heifers at $39 four and a red bull from a Mt. Vernon paity for $15. Ky. W. II. Kitchens.of Dunbar, in the Southern portion of the State, took mnaKSMAWKiKtivtirananai 25 hogs to Evansville, Intl., and sold them for $000. three ear-loaT. W. Jones shipped of hogs to Cincinnati in the past few days for which he paid the farmers of this section over $8,000. K3 Juflk.- Morgan Smith Baughman sold to Peters, of Springfield, a pony for $75. His father, M. S. Baughman, sold to We are Headquarters for PURINA FEEDS same party a milk cow and calf for $75 PURINA DAIRY FEEDS More Milk. M. S. Baughman sold to O. P. New-lanPJRINA MOLASSES HORSE FEED More Vim. of Burnside, a three-year-oPJRINA FATENA MOLASSES CATTLE FEED More Fat. mule for $150. Mr. Baughman also PURINA PIG CHOW Crcatct Hor Grower. sold a nice pony to Mr. Peters of Tdete Feeds are giving the belt resulta possible. Place your orSpringfield for $100. A. R. Spents sold to T. W. Jones der today. Sold only by hogs at 11 cents, and four d porker for 14 cents. one Mr. Spears also sold 100 barrels of corn at $8 to the Hustonville Milling S ock Pen Phone No. 1 Residence Phone No. 17C Co. George Hail, out on the Crab OrBMW d m3E53E35 chard pike, engaged 40 hogs to Jones & Cioss at 15 cents a pound, and Mr. Hail sold to the same parties 28 fleeces of wool at 55 CENT ADS 0. 39-2T- ld ld Sanders & Co., of Mercer, havo bought and have on grass 1,000 ewes they paid $13 to $20 for with lambs by their sides. Josiah Anderson bought of Holly Warfield a milk cow for $02. C. C. McClure, of the Paint Lick section, was here at court Monday. He told us of a fine mare mule colt he has which was three feet, nine and a half inches at her birth. She is a bay and a mighty nice one. By the way, Mr. McClure tells us that he has had splendid luck with his mares since he has been breeding them to Ed King's jack. Last year he had five mule colts to come and they were all mares and good ones and this year, four of the five colts are mares. He thinks Mr. King has the greatest jack in the country. THEOLO RELIABLE" k, TO CUSTOMERS OLD AND NEW I am back in Stanford, on Somerset Street. 200-poun- 135-poun- Will give you the same kind attention as ever on any and all make Cars, Gasoline and Electric Machinery of all kinds. "Nuf Sed." 1- 200-poun- 3-- REM-nYFORM1 M AT YOUR DRUGGIST. four-year-o- E SURE TO SEE the PURINA Chick Feed Show at the Opera House every night this Watch the little chicks hatch, eat, and weigh themselves. ld Dexter Ballou, Stanford 100-poun- 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS Over 3 Million Loaned Through This Office d, ld W. KING & SON INSURANCE BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Lexington, Ky. Cheapside & Short W. H. HIGGINS 13 E-D- -S 500-poun- Main Street Stanford, PUBLIC SALE OF ds LIVESTOCK, ETC. At my farm on the Preachcrsville pike, three miles from Stanford, on SATURDAY, MAY 19th, 1917 commencing at 10:30 A. M., I will sell the following: Seven or eight milk cows, some fresh and some to be fresh about June 1st, some of them Jerseys and some Shorthorn, splenheifdid milk cows; four ers; one extra nice Jersey heifer; one extra yearling colt by Rowland Peavine; extra good yearling draft filfilly; one extra good ly by J. N. Carter's draft horse; one, saddle filly, a good one; three good brood mares, good workers, can't hitch them wrong; good pair of bay mares, five and six years old, these mares will work anywhere, good in buggy; one grey mare, heavy in foal to jack; one yearling horse mule; onj d hors3 pair of coming d mules, good ones; one pair of horse mules, well broken; one old mule, good worker; one extra irood marc mule, she is n corker, fully 050-poutwo-year-o- ld three-year-olthiee-year-ol- d, ld 100-pou- T. W. JONES When You Want 200-poun- 200-poun- House Paint Call On R. II, Ciow. of near Shelby City. sold to J. C. Johnston, of Boyle 12 in this lot was tat nogs tor 14 one that tipped the beam at 450. This pig added to Mr. Crow's bank account $00.37. The horse that Mack Hughes, of Danvillo, sold the other day to Roger Williams, of Lexington, for $300 was sold by J. M. Cress a few days ago to Mr. Hughes, who bought him of J. S. Duke.of Crab Orchard. e. cents. The Lincoln Pharmacy Out of Reach You Can Buy It for Lutes & Lutes, of Middleburg, bought here yesterday of Thomas Branson, of Casey, 23 hogs at 13 They sold to II. C. Baughmun eight steers at $57.50 and to J. W. Baughman three cows and calves at a little the rise of $100 each. To J. S. Hocker they sold two black calves for $100. 150-poun- d e. 800-poun- d 1G hnnds now; pair of large draft horses with harness one of the best teams in the county, seven and eight years old; sow and seven shoats; two young Shorthorn bulls; one extra good Shorthorn bull; one good dry Shorthorn cow in calf to Shorthorn bull; about 70 head of nice ewes and some lambs; some three or four nice ponies, nil good ones and fine drivers, any woman or child can handle them; one of the finest well broke pony stud in the county, you can't peat him, coming three years old, a corker good one. Come and see him step on day of sale. Dutchess Trousers The best made, why should you buy another brand, when these are better by test. Cfl We have received our Spring Oxfords for the men and ladies. 1$ Panama Hats, Silk Shirts, all new Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goods. J Do Not Think Paint Has Gone ANOTHER WOMAN TELLS $2.00 Bcallavillc, Ohio. "I wleh all nervous, weak, women could have Vinol. I was bo weak und nervous I could uot sleep. Everything I ato hurt me, and tha medicino I had taken did mo no good. I decided to try Vinol, and before long I could cat anything I wanted and could Bleep all night. Now I am well and strong, and iu better health than I liao been for years. Mrs. A.n.va Muusor, UealUvllle, Ohio. We guarantee Vinol for all weak and debilitated coudltlous. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. run-dow- n run-dowrun-dow- How Vinol Made Hor Strong Everything to make up a complete good extra housekeeping: One cooking stove, almost new: kitchen cabinet, good one; good refrigerator, cream separator; New Home Sowing 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 iho dute and the long time that you havo to pay for this property. This us an absolute sale, as I am closing up my outside business. A. T. NUNNELLEY, Stanford. 37-- 4 Col. John Dinwiddle, Auct. Furniture ROBINSON'S