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No. 40 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, May 18, 1917 DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Mrs. Mollic Bugger is dead in the Frazcr section of Pulaski, Five million jack salmon arc to be placed in the several rivers of Ken. tucky, Senior Class of ?'hc School has 37 the Somerset members 19 boys and' 18 girls. In Nicholas county thieves nrn shearing sheep in the fields at night and soiling tnc wool. Lewis Blakeman, formerly of Jessamine county, was killed at Kokomo, Ind., in a fight with three Roumanians. It is more than probable that Attorney General M. M. Logan will get a place on the new State Tax Commission. Al Pasley, of Estill, was a very Door man a few months ago. He is now drawing $250 per day royalty on his oil lands. Charles C. Davis has sold his handsome drug store at Winchester to E. J. Brown, of Scottsvillo, and will move back to Mt. Vernon. TO THE CITIZENS WITH THE CHURCHES OF LINCOLN COUNTY: The lOOdth anniversary of the Since announcing as a candidate Central Presbyterian church at Mays- for the Democratic nomination for ville will bo celebrated Juno 17th. County Attorney I have been asked Tho General Assembly of tho by a number of good citizens of the Presbyterian church is in session at county if I would fnvor holding Dallas, Texas, with 1,800 churchmen Courts of Inquiry over the county to in attendance. ascertain violators of the law. I take Christian Church Sunday, May this method of answering all citizens 20 Sunday School at 10 o'clock falinterested in this effective agency of lowed by preaching by Rev. Howard enforcing the law. The law gives tho J. Brazclton, of Mayficld. C. E, meet- Tuesdays and Fridaya "COFFEE DOESN'T BOTHERME NOW" J. H. Curtis of Georgetown County Judge and Magistrates of the ing at 7 o'clock. county the right to hold Courts of Dr. Charles E. Powell, of Roanoke, Inquiry, when any of them arc sat- Virginia, who is visiting his father, isfied that a public offense or offenses Capt. Ben F. Powell, will preach at church at 3 o'clock hnve been committed, nnd for the McCormack's STORY WILL INTEREST MANY purppose of ascertaining the offend- Sunday afternoon. Presbyterian ing parties they have the power to Church Sunday, summon any person to appear before May 20 Sunday School at 9:55; them at any place in county, to be Morning scrvict at 11. "The Failure "I can think coffee now without hav- examined on oath concerning nny of Form Without Power." No evening heartburn," said J. II. Curtis, violation of law. The Police Judge ing service because of the com nicker of the famous "Curtis Salve. of Stanford and myself as City At- menccment service. The pastor will preach at tho Mr. Curtis lives at L'03 Washington torney have resorted to this power street, Georgetown, and !s well known and used same frequently and effec- Methodist church Sunday morning at personally all over Kentucky. For thir- tively in ascertaining offenders of 10:45. Sunday School at 9:30. No teen years ho taught school and foi the law in the city. And if I am elect- evening service on account of comJohn Hudson's livery stable at the past four yeais has been in the ed County Attorney of Lincoln coun- mencement service at Baptist church. Rev. Carter, of Mt. Sterling, is Bowling Green burned iast night ty I will endeavor to have the County post ollko at Georgetown. Judge and Magistrates to use this conducting an interesting meeting at causing a loss of $10,000. Eight "1 had trouble with my stomach for power to ascertain offenders of the the Methodist church at Brodhead, horses and a number of vehicles wore several yeais, and I never had any- law throughout the County, upon in- assisting tnc pastor, Kev. i'ortorff. A burned. thing help me so quickly as Tanlae,, formation that an offense or offenses splendid singer has charge of the Hon. L. Meriwether says Mr. Curtis. "After meals I had have been or are being committed in music, which is a pleasing part of made a good record as Smith, who Representaa burning sensation In my stomach, any section of the county, to the end the services. There nave been no ad- tive of Mercer county, has announcand sometimes a sour ,aste in my that the guilty party may be arrest ditions to date but the membership ed for Senator from the I liloated a good deal fioiii ed and prosecuted for violating the is being greatly awakened. mouth. district. The election of Dr. Wilbur ChapHenan L. Waterbury, telegraph law. In announcing my candidacy I gas. and had a suffocated feellin;. "Once in a while I had a dizzy spell stated that I would if elected dev6te man, of Jamaica, N. Y., as modera- operator at Saratoga Springs, N. tor of I had tried different tilings, but 110th special attention to the enforcement sembly the Presbyterian General As- Y., for 31 years and an operator in the States of Amer- since 1801, is dead. He was the first Ing did me much good until I tried of the local option laws., I now de- ica at Dallas, United was Tex., declared to operator to send out the news of sire to say further on this subject Tanlac. that have all my life been temper- be a step toward a union of the. two Gen. Grant's death. "Some of my friends lu.ve asked me ance I man. I am by nature, a training branches of the church. Dr. John H. The Senate late yesterday adopted about Tanlnc. I have told them I think and practice sincerely aligned with Miller Wills, of Wilmington, N. C, the conference report on the War it Is a fine medicine. I shall not fail the temperance cause, and have al- was elected moderator by the South- Army Bill, accepted by the House, to recommend it for it lias given me ways firmly believed that the temper- ern Presbyterian Assembly, meeting and sent the measure to the Presi- sweet music for the evening. diers' and Workmen's Delegates, arc; great relief. I can rest well nights ance cause represents the first and at Birmingham. The unity of allied fronts, fullest dent for his signature. The vote.was Sunday, July 15, 1917, will be 65 to 8. and seldom have that tired feeling in best interest of our citizenship. At HOPKINS TAKEN TO LANCASTER confidence of the revolutionary deChristian Education Dav. The four At Nashville yesterday a $50,000 the morning. I can eat or drink most least 75 or 80 of all of the crimes college presidents John L. Hopkins, who shot Jesse mocracy in the reconstructed Cabiof Central Ken- monument at Shiloh National Park committed in this county arc trace.anything now." Brock in tho jaw Monday morning net; and a plentitude of powers for able directly or indirectly to intem- tucky, namely; Dr. Gansfield of Cen- was unveiled with impressive cere- and who was arrested here that night the Government. tre; Dr. Adams, of Georgetown: Dr. monies. The monument is the only War Office reports yesterday indiTanlac is sold exclusively in Stan- perance. by Sheriff J. G. Weathcrford, DepuCrossfield, of Transylvania I have always voted, ever since I Clark, of Kentucky Weslcyan, and Dr. one ever erected to the Confederacy ty W. S. Drye and others, was taken cate that the Allies have been sucford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. ex- as a whofe. have been a voter for temperance pected to visit Stanford on theare for his examining trial, cessful on four fronts, in France, to Coleman, Proprietor. Efforts of the Administration to the Lancaster having occurred in Gar- Italy, Macedonia and Mesopotamia. measures. I date and make addresses in above embody men and temperance shooting the Tanlac can now be obtained in fol- voted and worked for H. V. McChes-ne- y a censorship provision in the rard county. It is reported that HopGreat Britian lost only eighteen churches. A forward movement in the lowing neamy cities: Moreland, Abin the last primary campaign for cause of Christian Education is the Espionage Bill have been abandoned. kins gave bond for his appearance vessels over 1,000 tons from subma It is believed that newspapers will later on. Brock, who had. a portion of rine attacks during the past week and raham -- Minks; Hustonville. Adams Governor. I believe that the "Hop obiect of this meeting. observe in all. The previous the voluntary restrictions his lower jaw torn off, is still at Dr. only twenty-siJoints" in this county, where near-beprogress was made durintr already inaugurated. Notable Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; sixty-twW. J. Edmiston's sanitarium at Crab week's report showed and malt mead are sold should the past year bv the Southern BapThe English and American navies Joe Mc Williams; Middleburg, be suppressed nnd that they can be Democratic Leader Kitchin an- Orchard and is said to be doing tist Convention in W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne closed by law, nnd if I am elected to ing the Gospel intoits work of carry- nounced in the House that the Treas- snlendidlv. News comes that Brock fighting together arc invincible, Sir foreign hinds in Edward him the office I seek I promise you that 1 sDite of war conditions in two of ury Department hadtonotified $2,245,- it has done time in the penitentiary"! the NavyCarson said in an address at Eros'.; Brodhead, John Robins; Lan League luncheon given to raise Howwill use all the power of the law to them, Italy and Mexico. The report would be necessary for killing his father-in-lacaster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, American naval officers yesterday such places, and will institute ol the .foreign Mission Board, pre- 000,000 instead of l,80G,ij00,000 by ever, that was before he moved to the London. close J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. prosecutions against them as "nuithe war revenue bill now under de- Lincoln county from the mountains. in sented to the convention at New OrA. Horton. There are several reports current sances," and also for selling a liquid leans, shows there were 0,473 bap- bate. Spalding COURT Hill and Peter G. Powell mixture that will intoxicate if drank tisms, an increase of two. Baptist were hosts on Wednesday evening at concerning the shooting of Brock by NO JURY CASES THIS condition Owing to the Honkins. one of which is that he was consequent upon disturbed in sufficient quantities. I have nlnady churches ' in tho South which have MORE PAY FOR MINERS the war and the of the City been aided in the church extension a dinner given to about twenty-fiv- e wavlaid bv the latter, but it is prob fact The Coleman Mining Company, of with hearty farmers are greatly beParker, friends' r;jn honor of Pary, Bell county, operating the Fox Judge succeed in closing' the hop department of the Home Mission counsellor of the New J. J. Life In- able that tho truth will be told aboutj hind that the woik, and that it would jn their attempted murder at the trial. Ridge mine, gave their miners an in- Joints in the city of Stanford, and we Board to erect their own houses of surance Company, who York work"a hardship upon jurors and witis here on a the crease in wages of 30 per cent, May did this by instituting a prosecution worship contributed $135,887 last nesses to be compelled to attend a 14. This is the third advance the against them for selling a liquid mix- year to church work outside their lo- short business trip. Lexington LeadCOUNTY'S BIG AUTO TRUCK three weeks term of court, and at ture that would intoxicate if drank cal expenses, including $47,406 to er.A company has made for mining coal county's big, new auto the request of the members of the Lincoln settlement of the Irish question, quantities. since January 1, 1917, which makes in sufficient home and foreign missions. which has hampered Great in truck has arrived and County Engi- bar, Judge C. A. Hardin has ana total increase over last year's scale Again I assure you that if electIt seems that prospects for the the prosecution of the war, Britian has been neer Riffe already has it doing good nounced that all jurors, grand and in the miners' wages of 50 per cent ed I will enforce all of your criminal new Methodist church are brighten- Droposed attending the on work. He drove it over from Cincin- netit, are excused The presnt rate is the highest paid end penal laws, and discharge every ing. On Tuesday afternoon Messrs. behalf of by the British Premier pro- nati, leaving there at 9 o'clock Tues- May term of thefrom Lincoln circuit the Government. The by any mining company in Kentucky. duty incident to this office without John A. Allen. E. T. Pence, Sr Al- posal provides for the introduction of day night and arrivinghere at 1 P. M. court, beginning Monday, May 28th. C. R. Coleman, of this city, willing to fred Pence. W. O. Walker, W. M. u bill for immediate home rule, ex- Wedensday. He made the trip with- No court will be held for the jury fear or favor. Now I am and general manager of stand or fall by the principles hai'ein Matheny, Col. S. T. Harris, Rev. W. the of Northeast out trouble and was traveling all of cases. Judge Hardin will convene Coleman Mining Company, said declared, and course outlined. If you D. Welburn and Edwin Welburn mo- cluding such six counties to be subject the time save three or four hours court on that day, however, and then the exclusion Ulster, ad- would like to see an administration tored to Nicholasville and there met that it is absolutely necessary to by spent in Lexington. The truck is an determine when he will hold court five years vance the rate of mining for the rea- along the line I am committed to, I in consultation the architect, Mr. E. to reconsiderationalternative hence proposal Armleder and has a capacity of three ifor the trial of such cases. Parliament An son it was impossible for the miners invite your support. On the other Stamler. of Lexington. Thev were is that that Irishmen of all parties con- and a half tons. It is so arranged conto earn under the old scale sufficient hand if you are opposed to such an shown the new church at Nicholas- vene the body can be cleared of its for the discussion of the OUR CONGRESSMAN PATRIOTIC money to support their families at administration of the County Attor- ville and afterwards taken to Wil- tents in a few seconds bv merely Representative the high cost of food. Labor in the ney's office as promised herein, I do more and looked over the great pulling a lever; is a splendid looking voted, with forty-on- e Harvev Helm today other mining sections is getting very scarce, not expect your support. church there, both these buildings THE CHAUTAUQUA MAY machine and should and doubtless of the House to turn overmembers 65 per and at present there is not enough All I ask is a serious consideratbn having been planned by Mr. Stamler. will do good service. Engineer Riffe cent, of his salary to The Interior Journal Is glad to an Secretary labor to produce the usual output. of my candidacy, and a conscientious They came to conclusions as to what thinks it will and is more than pleas- of the Treasury so long the the United tickets for the Lincoln ed with what already has been done as ballot. Assuring you that l will be tey will do at Stanford and Mr. nounce that to held States is at war with the Imperial "LET'S GO, BROTHERS" grateful for your assistance in this Stamler was ordered to prepare plans Chautauqua 31, be going at Stanford with it. rapidly and are German Government. He and RepA voice from an audience of 250 campaign, and specifications which he promises May 27 to resentative Lincoln Dixon, of the to do in a short time. These bids will it looks as if the Woman's Club, ministers, saying "let's all go, broI am very truly. AND EIGHTY DAYS $200 Madison-Nort- h atrrac Vernon, Ind., district, be asked for and it is hoped work which is bringing the splendidrfght fi thers," caused the abrupt adjournT. J. HILL, JR. Two hundred dollars fine and were the only members from the ment of the annual convention of will begin without much more delay. tion heie. will come out all nancially. There will.be no doubt eighty days in jail. That was what a Ohio Valley that supported the conthe Christian Ministerial convention The trin was made in the cars of LAND, STOCK AND CROP about it if all those who have agreed iury in Dr. R. L. Davison's city court gressional economy amendment ofof Indiana at Kokomo, so the minisGreene Gooch sold to J. L. Bcazley W. M. Matheny and W. O. Walker. to take season tickets do so. On the handed Sam Helm, a Stanford negro, fered by Representative Paige, 'of could tender their services to a milk cow for $60. ters The subscribers to the building eighth page of this paper the pro Thursday. A pretty stiff fine, but the State during the war. The entire J. C. Eubanks bought of T. W. fund are hereby notified that pay- gram of the Chautauqua is given and none too heavy. Sam Helm was tried Massachusetts. There were 147 votes against the measure. membership of the association at tho Jones 18 ments on their subscriptions as large hogs at 13 a perusal of it will show that it is in two cases and got the limit in each. convention went in a body to Indi Dick Gentry, of Boyle, sold a car as practicable, are now due. an excellent one. Some sneakers and One was selling whisky nnd the other anapolis and offered their services to load of top hogs Monday at 15 GLORY SWUNG TO BREEZES entertainers of national fame are on for procuring whisky for another. HUSTONVILLE to Governor in any way they can be J. L. Beazley sold to W. M. the it and they will both interest and edi- Lancaster carties were mail witnesses The Mr. Uriah Dunn is ill. fiscal used in the program for mobilization two sows and 12 pigs for may be bought Lincoln county U. S. court has fy. Get a season ticket to the feast against Helm, whose flag a handsome of the influence of the church for the $80. . L. M. Reid and family were over every ses- sent in care of Jailer DeBorde for had it swung in the entrance of and of good things and attend country during the war. A resolution the Cal Nevius bought of A. E. Al- from Danville. next nine months or more. Good Dr. Chase was here from Lexing- sion. $2 pays the bill to the dozen or the It is 12x24 feet and a was being considered to send a small bright, of Brodhead, a milk cow for more entertainments. You couldn't work; let it continue. handsome one. No ceremonies atdelegation to represent the associa- $75. ton this week. C. tended the raising of the flag here has bought the light spend a $2 bill to better advantage. tion when the unknown speaker exJ. N. Carter bought of J. L. Beaz- plant N. Wilder Steele. A BUSY MAN this morning but there likely will bo of L. F. tended the invitation to "all go," the ley eight hogs at 13 cents Sprains And Strains Relieved suggestion carried with a shout. Much a pound. W. A. Reynolds? of the Junction some time next week, as there should John Hicks is at home from ColSloan's Liniment quickly takes the City Lumber Co., was a business vis- be A number of our patriotic citiunfinished business was before the Clell Coleman, of Mercer, bought lege at Bowling Green. J. W. Powell and J. D. Depp sold pain out of strains, sprains, bruises itor to Stanford Wednesday. He is zens are arranging for a flag raising convention. d 50 cattle of V. C. Rob and all muscle soreness. A clean, clear one of the busiest men of his town that will attract many to Stanford, a load of corn for $75. erts at 10c. & Riffe have Williams STOP LEFT OVER COUGHS received liquid easily applied, it quickly pene and will be busier this year, when he when it is hoped that the exercises Johnston & Whitehouse, of Boyle, will bought of Dr. Bell's three new Dixie Flyer cars. trates without rubbing. Sloan s Lini- nroposes to put in 300 acres of corn. will be so interesting that they will W. Tate 28 " C. C. Carpenter sold to Les Eads ment does not stain the skin or clog Besides his connection with the Junc- bo remembered for years. stop that hacking cough that lingers hogs at 15 J. 18 hogs at $14.50. January. The soothing pine the pores like mussy plasters or oint- tion City Lumber Co., Mr. Evans is from Claud Hamilton, of Nicholas counEugene Dunn is back from Cin- ments. For chronic rheumatism aches the senior member of the drug firm balsams loosen tho phlegm, heals the ty, sold to Thomas Robertson a two SENIOR PLAY TUESDAY Glycerine re two days old mule colt for $150. cinnati, where he bought a Dodge and pains, neuralgia, gout and lum- of Reynolds nnd Evans, and is agent irritated membrane, the Tho SeniJr Class of the Stafford n remedy for the great Avery tractor plows, High School will present tho bago have this lieves tho tender tissues, vou breathe S. G. Williams bought of V. B. car. CriD, Old the noted rat dog owned handy. For the pains of grippe and which he has been using to break up "Engaged by Wednesday," atplay, easier and coughing cease3. Don't Gaines, of Carroll county, 20 export the neglect a lingering cough, it is dan- cattle averaging 1,425 pounds, at for years by the Weatherford family, following strenuous work, it gives his corn land. Half of Mr. Reynolds' opera house on Tuesday evening y is dead. quick relief. At all druggists, 25c. is 11 gerous. Dr. Bell's Pino corn crop will be in Lincoln county. next, 22nd, when an interesting enThe election on the bond issue for antiseptic and pleasant to take, bentertainment may be exnected. Those The C. B. Chaplaine farm of FOUND DEAD IN BARN grnded Bad Cough? Feverish? Grlppy? efits y.oung and old, got it at your acres, four miles from Harrods-bur- g Saturday. school building will be held who are to take part are practicing Humphrey Elliott, a prominent druggist today. Formula on the lot-tiYou need Dr. King's New on the Handy pike, was sold daily for the "show." and that they section 25c. farmer of to auction it public per acre. to Tom Gritton at on W. P. Carson, sub for Rogera Hicks was found the Judd his barn of Casey, balsam stop that cold, the soothing will giveI a good one, goes without route No. 2, carried out dead in and it is ingredients heal tho irritated dead $232.50 he admission brought membranes, soothe the sore throat, saving. for prices of under 12; will mule the CARD OF THANKS J. L. Hutchins, the Boyle county package. other day as a parcel post supposed that heart trouble had be; 15c children his death. His wife Mrs. W. S. Grinstead and family trader, bought three about left the antiseptic qualities kill tho germ general admission and 35c for 25c reof L. F. Steele and wife and Alger him only an hour or so before and he and your cold is quickly relieved. Dr. wish to extend to those in Stanford hogs of various parties during the served seats. It. and Lincoln county, who in any way nast few days at 13 2 to 15c. They Weddle are back from Louisville. seemingly was in his usual health. Be- King's New Discovery has for 48 helped to cheer the long hours of weighed all the way from 100 to They drove back two Dodge cars for sides the wife, several children sur years been tho standard remedy for IMPORTANT FAIR MEETING a Danville party. suffering for the husband and father, 250 pounds. coughs and colds in thousands of vive. The stockholders of the Lincoln homes. Get a bottle today and have county fair are requested to meet their deepest gratitude and at hh at ' BOUGHT WILSON PIANOS death to the friends and neighbors CLEAR YOUR SKIN IN SPRING it handy in your medicine chest for J. C. HAYS' BARN BURNS Knights of Pythias Hall at 3 o'& co.ughs, cohls, croup, grippe and all the L. Beazley has sold Wilson the many thoughtful deeds and J. Tho barn belonging, to Mr. J. C. for Spring house cleaning means clock next Saturday aftternoon, May words of sympathy, their heartfelt cleaning inside and outside. Dull Hays, who lives between Crab Orch- Son pianos to tho following persons, bronchial affections. At your drug- 19th. Important business is to be May God's richest blessings pimply, skin is an aftermath of win- ard proper and the depot section of all of whom are more than pleased gist, 50c. thanks. transacted and it is urgent that evF. rest and abide with all. ter inactivity. Flush your intestines the town, burned about midnight with their purchases: J.Tom Smith, 'NUNNELLEY SALE ery stockholder be present. E. C. Trav-loGover, SATURDAY 39-with a mild laxative and clean out Wednesday, together with Its con- Harrv Jacobs, Jim ,K. secretary. Dunnigan, W. T. K. Tudor, Tomorrow, Saturday, beginning at Walton, T. W. JONES BUYS HOME the accumlated wastes, easy to tal'c, tents, consisting of a buggy, mowing Mr. T. W. Jones, the they do not gripe. Dr. King's New machine, a lot of hay, quite a number M. Elliott. J. E. Buck, Geo. Crawford 10:30 A. M A. T. Nunnelley will HUNG HIMSELF sell at public auction at his farm on cattle trader and farmer, has bought Life Pills will clear your complexion of chickens and other things. As the and Roy Spears. Now, which wo were unable to conthe Preachcrsville pike, three miles firm, came this morning of Mr. Shelton M. Sauflqy his home and brighten your eye. Try Dr. barn was located not far from Mr, boy from town, a choice lot of livestock, named McAninch. aged that ahunt? STANFORD TEAM LOSES on "West Main street and will get King's New Life Pills tonight 'and Hays' home and store, some trouble 1C. in a few weeks. The home throw off tho sluggish winter shell, was encountered in preventing their Stanford's crack colored team of consisting of cattle, sheep, heroes, himself at Phil, Casey county, Thurspossession destruction by the flames. The origin ball players went to Richmond Thurs- hogs, etc. Mr. Nunnelley is closing day afternoon. The report goes that is a very desirable one and the price At druggists, 25c. paid is said to have been a long one of the fire is a mystery. Mr. Hays car- day afternoon and met defeat at thr up his outside business and every- he had brooded over the war situaJ. W. WILLIAMS LOSES CRIB hands of the team of that city by i thing will sell, whether it goes high tion until his mind became Mr. Saufley will move his family to ried a small policy on the barn. The corn crib on James W. Wilscore of 10 to 6. The moon wasn't or low. Richmond with him. liams' farm at Knob Lick burned, Mr. Hays was lucky on having his right for our boys. Littlejohn'B street fair was adver- causing a loss of about $100's worth barn insured. He can now build anA Kansas man says ho bought a John M. McRoberts. of Lancaster. tised for Lancaster, but tho opposi- of corn, a buggy and some farming other one with the insurance money Bo in your Beats promptly at 8 o'- low for $15 in 1895. used her us u who graduated ut the Louisville Coltion got busy and had it declared implements. Th orgin of the fire If your barn is uninsured let Jesse D. clock Monday evening. No one will milch cow until this spring, killed her lege of Pharmacy Wednesday, was is unknown. off. A wise move. Wearen write you a policy. It. for beef and sold her hide for $17.95 salutatoriun of his big class. be seated during a number. Says He Feels Fine, Andcrson-Franklin-Merc- er DRAMATIC CLUB PLEASES LATEST WAR NEWS Thci presentation of tho three-ac- t The physical participation of tho comedy, "Pygmalion nnd Galatea," United States in the war is a realty. by the Stanford Dramatic Club at American torpedo boat destroyers, the opera house Wednesday evening well groomed for the task and their was an excellent piece of work, nul officers and men enthusiastic in their those who took part have cause to quest, are patrolling the Eastorn Atfeel proud. They also have reason to lantic searching for German submabe thankful that they have such an rines which havo wrought such disinstructor as Miss Esther Burch, who aster to shipping and been tho cause has so well prepared them in their in their nefarious practice of sinkwork, that they might appear almost ing boats unwarned, of sending hunany where nnd have no fear of tho dreds of Americans to their denths. result. Misses Elizabeth Farra, Marie Although the announcement of the Ballard, Gertrude Gaines, Elizabeth participation of the American bonts Hunn, Bessie Moore, Gertrude Wil- has just been made for the first time, kinson, Kittie Jones, Anna K. Ma- with it comes the report that already theny, Mrs. Lillian Warner and Mr. one of the speedy boats has been in Joseph Ballou each played so well action with an enemy undersea the role assigned them that the au- craft, while another has snfely condience was more than pleased it voyed through the war zone to a was surprised, and most agreeably port of safety one of the great linso. Considerable histronic ability was ers that ply tho Atlantic. The result shown and tho ease with which the of the fight between the destrovor players went through their parts nnd the submarine has not been made showed not only careful training, but known by the British Admiralty. an ability on their part to cleverly After days of heavy fighting the carry out whatever is asked of them. British have captured Bulleeourt and Miss Burch need have no fears about now menace the Diocourt-Quenher class not making good. It could line. Gains nlso havo been made at take care of a play even heavier than Roeux. by the Crown Attacks "Pygmalion and Galatea,' which Prince's army near Soissons have many an amateur would tremble at been repulsed nnd the Italians conthe thought of. The presentation of tinue their offensive. Reports from Russia indicate the' "Pygmaloin and Galatea" was a clever evening's work ond great credit is virtual settlement of the differences due those who took pait as well as that have existed between the Govthe instructor. Just before the play ernment and the Council of Workwas given the following ladies gave men's and Soldiers' Delegates. a classic Greek dance: Mrs. J. H. Reconstruction of the Russian Wright, Mrs. R. P. Brown, Mrs. J. B. Cabinet has been inaugurated, imPerkins, Misses Lyle Cooper, Mary portant changes being made, nclud-in- g D., Margaret and Ruth Beck. Their the retirement of Paul N. Milu-kof- f, Foreign Minister. Three cardiwork was exceedingly clever. Miss Nancy Yeager, at the piano, did her nal points agreed upon by the Govwork well, as she always does. The ernment, the Executive Committee of "Blue Ellen" orchestra furnished the Duma and the Council of Solat er x Ellis-bur- g, o. vice-preside- nt -- 27-3- 1 115-pou- c. c. ck court-hous- e. 120-pou- 1,200-poun- Pine-Tnr-Hon- cy 200-poun- d c. 226-poun- d well-know- Tar-Hone- c. 76-1- -2 e, car-loa- 1-- r, 2t well-know- n Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Had Terrible Pains in Kidneys and Back. Friday, May 18, 1917 Making Money I 1.-- ! some in stocks Some men mnke their money in business lome by toilsome saving of their daily wage. But 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. Business requires your sole attention stocks means sleepless . t 1. miuuui nignis amii days orr worry properly worKs ay '..-I- f r you....!tl.n..4 iiseu mr your care. Select it set it to work it takes care of itself and will take care of you. DID YOU KNOW That statistics show that the population of the United States is doubling about once in every twenty-eigh- t years and the EARTH is not stretching one bit. People have got to have homes. It is a settled fact that farming lands will never bo cheaper and just as sure to go higher a? you exist today. Did you know that any way you figure it the renter got the hot end of it? lias always Furnish all the teams and everything else, do all the work and for what at best only one half and often les than this. Did you know that vou could easily pay the G per cent, interest and get all the crop instead g that you arc now of the and then make more than lOOTe than you are now making. These arc absolute facts. Don't listen to a professional knocker who is always telling you something that he doesn't know. Use your own common sense and own you a home. acres. 100 acres No. 21G r.fi.T of this cleared and in cultivation and of this land aie 80 acres of splendid bottom land. Balance ridge land and good timber. Plenty of good building timber. Nice two story eight room residence, two halls and three porches, two tenant houses, two barns, one stock barn and the other tobacco barn and all other necessary outbuildings. All buildings and fencing in good shape. Place well watered. neighborhood, close to In splendid school and church and only mile from good road. Can give possession at once. Price cash and bald Terms ance in 1, 2, and 3 years. No. 217 Nine acres of land, house cf four rooms, hall and porch, small burn, 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 neighboihood. Price only one-half get-in- Dear Mr. Editor I want to writo yon nbout " Anurio." I was very Bick, could hardly bo up ; I was in bed most of tho time. Had tcrriblo pains in my kidneys and back, so much fo that I had to Kcrcam sometimes when I was sitting down and wanted to pet up, the pain was so great. I had tried a kidney medicine but it didn't help mo. I heard of Dr. Picrco'a Anuric Tablets so I thought I would try them. I took only ono box of tho Tablets, and my back is now frco from pain and I can work and take care of my family. I plnving Inst week. feel I cannot say enough for this mediMiss Lucile Rnwlings.of Danville, Sincerely, Jilts. Wm. Kki.lek. cine. wns with Miss Ada Steele Friday. Mr. D. B. Fox, wife and This "Anuric" Is adapted of Danville, were the guestschildren, Noth: of Mr. kidney complaints and and Mrs. Clarence Coitcy Saturday especially for of tho diseases arising from disorders and Sunday. kidneys and bladder, such as backache, seventeen Prof. E. C. weak back, rheumatism', dropsy, con- candidates for Lester took school diplogestion of the kidneys, inflammation mas to Danville common nnd Saturday, Friday of the bladder, scalding urino and The physicians and where theye with thirty more white urinarv troubles. twenty-fivcolored took the ex- specialists at Dr. Pierce's great Institu- and well. The dl- tion, at Buffalo, N. Y., have thoroughly amination, and nil did uc presumed tested this prescription and have been piomus win prouauiy with one accord successful in eradicat- at the Teachers' Institute in August. Mrs. Jennie C. Grubbs has been in ing these troubles, and in most cases absolutely curing the diseased kidneys. formed that women over 18 years of Patients having once used "Anuric" age may become Canning Club mem at Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, have re- bers and sell their canned goods unpeatedly sent back for more. Such a der regular seal. Mr. A. D. Sisk. of Madisonville. demand has been created that Dr. Pierce has decided to put "Anuric" in the drug father of H. B. Sisk. died rather sud denly at his home Thursday. His son stores of this country, in a ready-to-us- o form. If not obtainable send one dinio and wife left immediately to attend by mail to Dr. Pierce for trial package the burial. Deceased leaves a wife. two daughters and four sons to or 50 cents for full treatment. mourn his loss. His death was caused Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery by typhoid fever. Quite a crowd, of ladies and n few is a blood cleanser and alterative that starts the liver and stomach into vigorous gentlemen ratrons of the school as Monday action. It thus assists the body 1 1 make sembled at the school-housrich, red blood, which feeds the heart, afternoon to sec the lower grades nerves, brain and organ3 of the body. give action plavs nnd dance folk dances under the direction of Mrs. You feel clean, strong and strenuous. James D. Shelby. The faithful drilling of pupils by Misses Mnrgupiite ANOTHER VETERAN GONE Mr. J. T. Chasteen, a life long Keane and Gertrude Richardson was Baptist and a minister ofthe gospel, appreciated by all and the only drawhas gone to receive the reward that back was room to execute the drills is wating for those who sonc the in school music room, but some day "Master and His cause." Mr. Chas- we will have an auditorium which teen was born in Rockcastle county, will hold the crowds. Mrs. Shelby is June 20, 1847. He came to Lincoln to be commended for her energy, county when a very young man and zeal and peraerverance and the Wommost of the remainder of his lift was an's Club will be glad if those who spent heie, where he was loved and favor school music next year will esteemed by all who knew him He f.'ive them their names and support. The Senior Class nnd High School left a wife and three grand chi dren to mourn his loss. Funeral services were given a reception at Prof and weie conducted by Rev. M. D. ilarly Mrs. Giubbt.', Monday evening. -.Mr. A. Reynolds did the oun-try at his late home at Turnersvillc The a good deal when he hi ought Maons then took charge of the jody and laid it to rest in the Campbell two Avery gasoline tractors here and cemetery. May He Who alone can began to turn up the sod for 'logger comfoit be a friend in the tin" of crops and more to eat. Miss Margaret Lee Grubbs, who need to the bereaved ones. has iust finished the Freshman vear A GRAKDCHIID. i in it it imi nun ii well-know- n n, I e, !! iii JUNCTION CITY Prof. E. L Grubbs and Mrs. J. D. Alstott with their strawberry pickers will not start to Bowling Green before Friday, May 25th, as cold weather has retarded tho ripening of berries. Prof. E. C. Lester 'and Robert D. Reynolds went to the High School track meet at Lexington Saturday. Mrs. S. W. Burke entertained the Embroidery Club Thursday after noon nnd nil enjoyed the sociability and refreshments. Mr. II. F. Ewing went to Lexington Friday on business. He found folks talking high prices nnd hard times. Miss Barbara Daugherty, of Bow-ehad her right arm broken while hifldrn Cry for Flotchor'o C'jlT isV s sH JssH s d" sB sHW isY 'sssV sV HiBsiisiiiE? per-yjy- -z. Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over over 30 years, has borne tho signature of and has Been maae unacr nis sonal supervision since lis Infancy. 7zCCtf46i Allow no one to deceive you In this. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooExperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infant3 and Children Experience against Experiment. Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, It contains Diops and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its cge is its citwantce. For more than thirty years it has been iu .onslruit use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Culic nnd Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, nnd by rcguiating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA . GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS (&ccZi la "zwvm THI CENTAUR COMRANV, NEW VORK CITY, Use For Over 30 Years B ge The Kind You Have Always Bought has neither been tardy nor absent The Senate by a vote of 38 to 32 for seven years and has been absent incorporated a provision in the only two days in nine years. Bill foibidding the use of An international agreement is being considered whereby all supplies purchased here by the Allies with the billions loaned by the United States or their own money, would be spent under supervision of a purchasing board or even one man. cereal grains for the manufacture of intoxicating liquors from September 1, 1917, until the dose of the war. Any doubts members of the British war mission may have felt as to the sincerity of Americans have been dispelled now, A. J. Balfour declared vesteidav in New York. reai The Bodv As rMfmm As!; one-quart- er $12,-00- 0. one-thir- Grandfather He'il m You would not let a machine built for efficient work, gcf rusty and full of dust and dirt. Why let tho Ijdy, the most, delicate of all machines, get rusjy and run down from inattention? Cleans tho blood; that's tho secret; keep it clean. S. S. S., proven for 50 years the best of all blood tonics, will do it. Get a bottle at your druggist's TODAY and take it according to directions. SV!FT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. $1,-20- 0. Tell 2XLBHfll You- - ffepg If Always Fit No. 218 88 acres about two miles all cleared. Good from Stanford, house uid splendid barn. Well fenced, finely watered, small orchard. Cloe to school and churches. Price $.1,750 and terms right. No. 184 About three acres of" land. Nice four room cottage, halls, All shop, 28x38. etc. Blacksmith necessary outbuildings. Cistern. Will Just Received AS.mil SVipmat of) tliD33J9xl2 Farmers don't you think right now is the best time to raise draft horses? The price was never higher than now, and our supply of work horses is at the lowest point it has been for years. There are not more than half as many brood mares in the county now as theic were five years ago. You can see that we are facing a horse famine. What are you going to do s about it? Autos and are all right but you can't farm with them. You ' can't raise colts from your mules. It looks like the most sensible and lAisiness-lik- e thing to do is to raise some good draft coits before your old brood marcs are gone. I offer for public service the champion draft stallion, Voltaire. He has proven himself to be one of the best breeders this county has ever known. He will make the season at my place on the Danville pike, one mile from Stanford at S15 to insure a livincr colt; season due when colt is foaled or mare parted with. Will not bo for accidents auto-truck- VOLTAIRE 55140 KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167 Bv Chester Peavine 3184 by Rex Peavinc 179G by Rex McDonald. First dam Flora Carter 8419 by Red Squirrel 53 by Black Squirrel. I don't suppose there is a better bred horse in Kentucky than Kentucky Gentleman. He has been one show ring that this county has produced in years. He is just the right size for a saddle horse and his first colts which are four years old now are showing the saddle gaits nicely. of the most successful horses in tho The auto has put the light driving tent, but you don't have any trouble in selling a saddle horse. I am going to offer the 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 $25 to $40 for. Do you appreciate it? If so send your best mares to the court of Kentucky Gentleman and let him get you a nice colt. J. NEVIN CARTER, Stanford, Ky. The Interior Journal, $1.50 a year. Matting Rugs years. sell cheap. No. 101 310 acres, five miles from Lawrcncoburg 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 and stock barn. This farm lays well and is well d located. Price $0,000. Terms and balance in one and two one-thir- w. No. 2788 Crab Orchard, Kentucky OF E. PERKINS Federal Reserve Dist. No. 4 Mississippi Farm Lands For Sale Good Quality Terms Easy No. 132 72 acres of this ten acres in blue grass, 50 acres in timothy and clover meadow and balance in cultivation, one and a half story five room dweling. Good barn, 40x25 and GO foot shed, corn crib, etc. Splendid water, 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 G3 acres one and a half miles fron good town. In graded school district. Six room residence, barn, etc. Well wateied. Price $2,500. No. 151 Good live room house, two porches and about seven acres of land. Small barn. About 100 fruit trees. Price $1,000 and you couldn't build the house for the money. $4,-50- 1, 1917 At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky at close of business, RESOURCES Loans and discounts (except those shown on b and c) $245,584.81 9.21 Overdrafts, secured, $9.21; unsecured, none 50,000.00 U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) Securities other than U. S. b nds (not including stocks) 29,868.00 owned unpledged Stocks, other than Federal Reserve Bank Stock 2,195.00 2,400.00 Stock of Federal Reserve Bark (50 per ct. of subscription Value of banking house 4,600.00 2,000.00 Furniture and fixtures Net amount due from approved reserve agents in $ 2,422.37 New York, Chicago and St. Louis Net amount due from approved reserve agents in 59,257.77 61,680.14 other reserve cities $ 31.95 Outside checks and other cash items 37.71 70.66 Fractional currency, nickels and cents 1,235.00 Notes of other national banks 200.00 Federal Reserve notes Lawful reserve in vault and net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank 26,026.30 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer 2,500.00 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK May REPORT OF T.HE CONDITION A trip through different sections of the State of Mississippi and an observation of agricultural conditions there has convinced me that it is the place at the present time to secure the best land values at the lowest prices from $5 to $50 per acre, some of them near a city, with six trunk line railroads, and as large as Lexington, Kentucky, where lands are selling at $300 per acre by those seeking homes or investments in good farming lands. Believing that it would be of mutual advantage and profit to those seeking homes or investments in farming lands, at lower prices than are possible in this section of Kentucky, where land values have advanced beyond the reach of the fanner of moderate means, I have associated myself with several responsible gentlemen in the state of Mississippi and am in position to offer some very attractive propositions to those seeking investments of this character, on easy terms, aided by tho "Federal Farm Loan Act." These lands, due to the short winter season, and long grazing periods are especially adapted to stock raising and diversified farming; are well located as to churches, schools, shippin gpoints and markets; are situated on improved highways and are well watered, either by streams or artesian wells. Almost every character and kind of crop that can bo raised in Kentucky can be raised profitably in Mississippi. Cheap railroad rates for can be obtained by those desiring to look tho situation over. I shall be pleased to give further information to any one who is sufficiently interested, that will call to see me 'or write to me at Stanford. HARVEY HELM. home-seekers Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits $ 9,125.12 Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid.... 2,804.09 Circulating notes outstanding Net amount due to banks and bankers (other than included, in 29 or 30) Individual deposits subject to check Total demand deposits, Items 33, 34, 35, 30, 37, 38, 39 40 and 41, $231,391.54. Certificates of deposit Other time deposits Total of time deposits, Items 42, 43 and 44, $59,936.37 $429,568.77 Hughes and PTCarty Stanford, Ky. Office Phone 180 50,000.00 30,000.00 6,321.03 49,100.00 2,819.83 231,391.54 21,135.13 38,801.24 Home Phones 152 and 184 Total $429,568.77 State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: I, H. C. Baughmnn, Cashier of tho bank do solemnly swear that tho above statement is true to tho best of mv knowledge and belief. II. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before Correct Attest: me this 8th day of May, 1917. J. S. HOCKER, W. M. BRIGHT, S. T. HARRIS. Notarv Public J. M. PETTUS, Commission expires Jan. 10, 1820. Directors above-name- d THE FOLLOWING IS A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF A FEW TYPICAL TRACTS OF LAND FOR SALEi No. 1 2300 acre stock farm, 9 miles from Jackson, Capital Tract d of the State, on Q. & C, Ry under cultivation, balance timber and pasture 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. Price $12.50 per acre. No. 2. G21 acres, 3 miles from county seat of C.000 Inhabitants on a good gravel road, large portion under cultivation, balance is splendid pasture land, watered by creeks and ponds, nice dwelling with modern improvements and number of tenant houses Price $30.00 per acre. No. 3 1G75 acres, two miles from Capital, 700 acres under cultivation, balance fine pasturage, running springs, largo dwelling but in need of repair, with probability of pike passing immediately in front of it. Price $15.00 per acre. No. 4. 1235 acres, 8 miles from Capital, eight room residence largo barn, 16 tenant houses, plenty of water, well fenced mile from gravel road, undulating, all except 50 acres under cultivation. Price $20.00 per acre. No. S. 1,000 acres, on Q. & C. Ry., 3 miles from shipping point halfway between ackson and Vicksburg, two of the largest cities in State, 400 acres under cultivation, balanco pasture and timber Two manager's houses, and four tenant houses. Price $20.00 oer acre. one-thir- one-ha- lf The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May 18, 1917 Page Three XOcmcn ef Middle Many distressing Ailments experienced by ihem are Alleviated by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Here is Proof by Women who Know. Lowell, Mass. "For the last three years I havo been troubled with tho Chtingo of Life and tho bad feelings common afc that time. I was in a very nervous condition, with headaches and pain a good deal of tho time so I was unlit to do my work. A friend asked mo to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which I did, and it has helped mo in every way. I am not nearly so nervous, no headache or pain. I must say that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is tho besc remedy any sick woman can take." Mrs. Makoauet Quinn, Rear 259 "Wbrthen St., Lowell, Mass. what degree of exaltation depression, or abnormality constitutes drunkenness. Witnesses agreed they had often seen defendent when tanked-u- p e policeman, Sid but only the Brown, who pulled the offender, was You are Invited to Write for Free Advice. emphatic that it was a plain, drunk. Of witnesses deNo other medicine lias been so successful in relieving woman's fendent wanted oi.e was a juror the suffering as has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. him "oh, well, he'll court Women may receive free and helpful ad vice by writing the Lydia do all informed owe him a dollar and right. I E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. Such letters arc received he knows I won't pay him if he don't." That there was some drunk, and auswed by women only and held in strict confidence. the jury was convinced, and a juror who stands to lose a dollar isn't son. GIVES SON TO COUNTRY toward his "I have come to offer my son to looking around for condolence or Recruiting officers of local regular compensation. And it is a sure thing army station were sitting at their you that he may serve our country,"l, that he will vote bonds for a school continued the speaker, John P. desks completing their reports for of Pollard. "I feel that I ought house. day, says an Ashland dispatch. A to do as God did. God so loved the A veteran of the drummer corps, man and a youth walk- world that He gave His only son. I who has known Hustonville as a ed in and the man said to Sergt. so love my country that I have drummers' Mecca since before the Baker, who is in charge of the re- brought my son to your service." hotel war famous for its home-lik- e cruiting station: "What was the and carnavaderie of its greatest deed God ever did?" Prices ranging from 60 to 61 cents adverted sadly to the changes of late Before Sergt. Baker could recover a pound were paid at Hopkinsville years, especially last thirty-fiv-e or from the unsual salutation, the man for the wool pool, aggregating 6,700 forty. But two farms contiguous to continued: "I have come to do what pounds. It brought the farmers about town that have not changed owners, God did, and there he is," pointing $4,000. but two Uriah Dunn and Dr. Ed. Alcorn, of the men of those davs are alive, and most of the conspicuous landmarks have disappeared. The boys of then are the old men of now, and the groups now seen at popular corners are strangers to the old drumAND mer. "Such is life." When Fred Jeffers' hibernation U. S. It. ended in March we were cheered by hope that his visits were sure harARTICLES Energy 10 cents will buy bingers of spring. A late benign May Egg. 38S morning lured loafers to side walks Beef, sirloin 410 and the delusion was doubled when Mutton, leg 445 Fred drove in with secretary of 1 030 Milk Kidd's Store fraternity of ground Pork, loin 1035 hogs beside him your venerable cor1 185 Cheese respondent at that town in Palm 1365 Butter Beach togs and under a buckeye hat. Breakfast Foods 1489 Alas! the sun shone for a minute, Rice 2025 the ground hog shied at his shadow, 2950 Potatoes borrowed overcoat, wraps and umBeans, dried 3040 brella and fled back to his burrow, and is still skirmishing in collection of fuel Fred reported 13th inst. v (U. S. Department of Agriculture Farmers Bulletin No. 142) Patriots (?) who talk loudest of the ether fellow's duty to do and die Giving ENERGY Muscle for his coutnry must search other places for slackers. Tho old town's Qualities best boys have rushed to recruiting centers and not one has suggested a choice of service. Mrs. A. II. Baugh has not returned from Monticello, where called by sickness of her mother, Mrs. Simplive-wirCor-delfine-lookiold-time- rs She Telia Her Friends to Take Lydia E. Pinkham's Remedies. North Ilaven, Conn. "When I was 45 I had tho Change of Life which is a trmihln all women have. At first it didn't bother mo but after a while I got bearing down pains. I called in doctors who told: me to try uillerent things but tney uiu not cure my pains, une day: my husband came home and said, 'Why don't you try Lydia L. Pinkham's ? Vecntablo Comnound and Panativo Wash?' Well. I got them and took about 10 bottles of Vegetable Compound and could feel myself regaining my health. I also used Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative Wash and it has done me a great deal of good. Any one coming to my house who suffers from female troubles or Change of Life, I tell them to take the Pinkham remedies. There are about 20 of us hero who think the world of them." Mrs. Flokencb Isella, Box 197, North Ilaven, Conn. WAYNESBURG HUSTONVILLE Mrs. Maggie Dunn, near Mt. SaRev. E. W. Coakley is attending ; lem, is very frail and recovery im- tho Southern ttnnliit n probable. Mrs. Dunn is one of the New Orleans, La. few survivors of her generation of Mr. uiivor hingleton came home the West End's famous citizenship of from BoaIiiht nronn uL.n I... 1, .....n .....(,, imiic hi; nun last hnlf nineteenth century. been ntUnding to help with the farm Mr. Jerry Adams got bnck from worn. Texns n few days ago. Ho enjoyed Mr. Marinn Pnliltt-nlr,f nn.l1tn some ncwlight fishing; incidentally is spending the week with home marriage of brother's IOIKS. attending daughter. Mrs. J F. Illivlq Slwr.f Kllmlnt. ti.itli Conspiciously among the Mrs. T. S Reynolds. conditions, and almost univerMrs. h. L. Gadberry and little sal reversal of the normal, is failure sons haw returned home after a visof faithful and finished fishermen to it to relatives in Yosemite. find weather and water propitious nir. oy Mngleton came up from for work (7) except in rivulets which HlintsVlllc. Tpntl.. nnil tu.nl tVi.. ilrnr hitherto supplied their bait. Contin- with homefolks Sunday. uous high and muddy waters have miss imsta banders has returned smothered all high hopes of spring home from Richmond, where she has hegira to Cumberland dams where oeen nu'THiing scitoni. r Mr . R, tl Pnltnv (.nil i..i., VJIc 1.VH.II- the big fish nbound. ' w.n.. ...i.l will.-A bond issue to provide funds for cr coun'v, visited their sister, Mrs. rebuilding our graded school rooms in. r. m.ver, on tneir way to tinca- is of greater local concern than con- go. scription and war taxes. Usable maMrs. McMullin has just terials of wreckage by winter's tor- returned from the bedside of her sisnado will split the cost of a splendid ter, Mrs Nuhols.of Louisville. building in architecture Mr. Roland Singleton spent Sunand cquipement, and Ilustonvillc's day niglt with Mr. Marion Caldwell. paramount enterprise and interest Mesdnn i II. II. Caldwell, Craig should enthuse with pride of home Gooch, .1 W. Sweeney and Mrs. B. nnd interest in education even the A. Singleton attended the burial of grasping unfortunate who is content Mrs. Bh'nkenship at King's Mountain indiffer- Sunday. with primitive make-shift.., ent to enhanced values of lands nnd Mr ii.. I 4III.T win UltllllL.t fJJl.... III '". withM,.o If III other bequests to his heirs by best Sunday ".II their mother, Mrs. Ha-giroads, best schools and best society and whose one solicitude about the Miss Gooch and nephew, future seems to be hope to have betGooch spent Sunday with Miss ter luck than Dives and be assigned Anna to the cold storage squad. Shut vour Farmers are greatly behind with eyes, deafen your cars to opposition thier planting on account of the cold and do yourself honor by voting the weather TVfro bonds. t..lfio ?,.,, I, nn,l .'ii;33 unit; , i.i.o. t'Miim: viuui.ii .lull At!oo vrr.r. a traveler who has Jenkins ire visiting Mrs. II. Hayes A transient been far and has seen much drop- in L,oui3iue. ped into nolice court room the other Mrs. Anna Jordan, of Stanford, day and docs declare that a case of a visited friends here last week. Jitney driver arraigned for drunken Mr. .) H. Acton and lamily spent ness while driving was funnier than Sunday at J. II. Johson's. the court scene of Mark Twain's famous Mulberry Sellers, in that charThe fhnutauqua. May 27-3acters and incidents were in a sure-enoucourt. Did the authoritus ever decide just what whisky is? It was up to Judge McKinney to decide just f,.,.., .... Preserve Your Property BY l USING ouTSiocwHrrc H. & W. Pure MfG.la Li- - llUISVHie w74ijiu PAINT rz' Prepared Paint "The lirand That SoJ.srtcs" -- ' ..!. A Pure White Lead, Oxide Zinc and Linseed Oil Paint of great covering power, spreading capacity and durability. There is no guess work arwut 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 too. It costs no more to apply the best than a cheap, inferior grade. Therefore the best is the cheapest in the long run. s, HRt 'M f 7 Brand has been sold in your community for years. Ask y0Ur dealer about its quality and for names of users. ON SALE BY n. Or-vil- lc The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. One of the largest cattle sales that has been consummated in this section for some time was that made bv B. S. Mattingly and J. W. Spalding, members of the B. S. Mattingly & Co. firm, of 400 cattle averaging 1,073 pounds, to the United Dressed Beef Co., at 11 cents per pound. This choice bunch of cattle was purchased last winter in Chicago at $7.-1- 0 per hundred. This drove was fed iiHH at the Lancaster Distillery where it 1. did unusually well. The selling price wasJ54 7,000. Bardstown Standard. Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of Labor, appealed to organized labor to protest against the proposed increase in second-class postal rates and other provisions of the War Revenue Bill which, he declared threaten the maintenance of a free press. Swiss Service via Parcel Post 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. The "SWISS SERVICE" in Cleaning and Dyeing is a "REVELATION" to those living out of the city. Swiss Cleaners & Dyers 617 Fourth Avenue incorporated Louisville, Ky. WE OPERATE NINE DIFFERENT STORES Si Wheat Flour CHEAPEST BEST FOOD! Government Tests Prove Chautauqu AND BIG Stanford's Big Lincoln tf-- Wheat Flour 6540 hmmmm and Strength Patriotic Rally May 27-3- 1, J. H. Baughman & Co. Collar Pads All Sizes, at 1 8 to 24 Kidd's Store correspondent bragged about Dave Taylor's fidelity and efliciency as Casey's sheriff. Let us brag of our chief of police, Sid Brown, who has higher aims than drawing his salary. Sid earns his. But we own up, Sid and Dave are"brother Casevites. STELLA K. son. Not 1 jjps --fl pra long ago your Sunday - Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday 40 Cents Turnersville Supply Co. Turnersville, Kentucky Car-Loa- d 1 OncDrop DourbonPoultry Remedy rMrl't vimTpina A row drops in tho drinking1 water cm en down a dlarilioca.cliulura and other clilck diseases. Ono bottlo makes 12 callous of medlclmt. At Valu11 mall postpaid. able ixiultry book freu on roiiuost. lOURBOl IEHE0I CO., liilojton, I;. 3fVl amlproventswulto CAPPs POSTED! lTTWFQ " druir-t-'lsta- or FIVE BIG DAYS OF HIGHEST CLASS ENTERTAINMENT EDUCATION AND AMUSEMENT NATIONALLY POPULAR BANDS AND ORCHESTRAS, FAMOUS ORATORS, SPEAKERS AND HUMORISTS; SWEET SINGERS AND MUSICIANS OF NOTE. STIRRING DRAMATIC PLAY PRESENTATIONS. POPULAR SCIENTIFIC DEMIMONSTRATIONS. CARTOONING, IMPERSONATIONS, ITATIONS, WHISTLING, YODLING, HAWAIIAN MUSIC. THE VERY BEST ATTRACTIONS FROM THE REALM OF Of WIRE FENCE Just Received. KOKOMO, That Good Fence rruitt. full extent of tho law: M. D. Elmore, U. S. Travlor. J. D. Nave, Louis Nave, S. J. Embrv, J. L. Robbins, J. C. Fox & Son, Geo. B. We, whose napies are hereto attached will permit neither hunting, fishing nor trespassing of any kind on our property, and those guilty of doing such will be prosecuted to the ENTERTAINMENT SPECIAL INSPIRATIONAL PROGRAMS ON SUNDAY Get Your Season Tickets Today DON'T MISS THE PATRIOTIC MUSICAL PROGRAMS, AND THE INSPIRING "AMERICA" PAGEANT FEE $15 Now looks like tho time to breed good horses. I am going to givo tho people u chance if they want it. I will stan'd tho Champion Sire, All Peavino 4092 at $15 to insuro a livo foal. I am not going to try and enumerate his produce that havo won and sold for big prices, that is a n well-know- .ALL PEAVINE 4092 Every Afternoon and Night MORNING PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN E. T. Pence, Jr., Z Stanford fact. At same time- and place will stand two good jacks; $10 for grey jack; $8 for young grey jack. Money due in all cases when colt is foaled, mare traded or bred to other stock. ft. S. SCUDDER. McKInn.y, Ky. - I Make Your Plans Now To Go To The Big Lincoln Tent Every Day S i Page Four 'C The Interior Journal, Stanford Kentucky: The Interior Journal E. C. Walton and t Friday, May J 8, 1 9! 7 J. H. Wright Xnttrrd at lh$ poiteflm t Rttnford, Ky., ircond tlntt mad matltt. f&Jjl f 1 J Vl t'lWlBBr-S'- f MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM OF BANKS The CHARACTER of the MEN n well n. their financial responsibility hnd to be found O. K. before we could become a member of the FEDERAL system of banks. Being a Member Bank of this National System means that our bank is one of a vast, strong CHAIN RE-SER- of banks linked together for the protection of our depositors. When your money is in our bank you can GET it when you "WANT it because we can take our securities any time to our Central Reserve Bank and get MONEY. I The Lincoln County National Bank "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE." STANFORD, KENTUCKY . ... h Woolly Boy Clothes Boy's Knee Suits in this make are the best made. Why buy another make when these are same price? Cut from all - wool, pure dye' cloth, handsomely tailored and cut to fit. C Call and try a few of these suits on your boy. J f, sm Myf Brotho ROBINSON'S F-E-E-- D-S We are Headquartersl,for'.PURINA FEEDS I PURINA DAIRY FEEDS More Milk. PURINA MOLASSES HORSE FEED More Vim. PURINA FATENA MOLASSES CATTLE FEED More Fat. PURINA PIG CHOW Grcatct Hog Grower. These Feeds are giving the best res'ults possible. Place your der today. Sold only by or- -' I Stock Pen Phone No. T. W. JONES 1 Residence Phone No. 176 When You Want House Paint Call On ready they nre netting busy before the grand juries. The coal in the mountains is practically inex haustible and it costs not a great deal more now to mine it. yet prices have jumped sky high and there is another increase threatened, even with summer upon us. The coal operators, wp are informed, claim thnt it is not them, out the mumic men who linvc boosted the prices. Heretofore they had to send out agents to sell their products, now buyers come tr them and actually bid against each other for an entire output. Somebody is responsible for the outrageous raise in prices, taking advantage of a generally rising market to in crease their gains from those who nre compelled to have coal, ' and cause suffering among the poor, and should be punished. Gov. Stanley took an oath to sec that the laws are faithfully executed and he can render no greater service than insist on the punishment of those who so cruelly take advantage of their fellowmcn. "The negro will fight in the trenches at the front in uniform, or in the furrow in overalls, just asbc is made to see the need. My race did not slack when they knew less what the fine meant; and now that they have made such an advancement in citi7enship they will not fail to do their full duty in whatever manner President Wilson demands." These were the patriotic words of Preston Taylor, who was born near Louisville, a sla e but who now is one of the wealthiest negroes in the South. He gave utterance to them while delivering a commencement address at the Martinsville, W. Va Christian Institute and his remarks were loudly applauded. The curtailment of speculation ordered bv the Chicago Board of Trade resulted in very pronounced price recessions and proved that there should be a law to stop gambling in foodstuffs, which puts a fictitious value on grain, not warranted by the supply. There is no good reason that wheat and corn should command such high prices and they would not but for the wild dealings of the gamblers. The farmer has long ago sold his grain and had to be'satisfi-o- d with hftlf what it is now quoted at. It is a crime to boost food prices these parlous times, which should be punished by heavy penalty. Tuberculosis experts acree that medicine for the disease should only be prescribed by reputable physici ans, that the patient should observe the utmost cleanliness and sanitary requirements, breathe only fresh air, eat well cooked, nutritious food, avoid all dissipation and use of liquors, maintain cheerfulness and rest in mind and body. Dr. W. L. Heizcr, executive secretary of the State Tuberculosis Commission, with headquarters at Frankfort, will gladly send literature on the cure and treatment of the disease to the those who write for it. It was a long time coming and all but it seems to of us complained, come at last, and soon the fellow who asks " is it hot enough for you?" will be largely abroad in the land. There is both sense and poetry in the lines: As a nile man's a fool, When it's hot he wants it cool. When it's cool he wants it hat, Always wanting what is not. As a rule man's a fool. The lack of leadership in congress is painfully apparent, and the delay in adopting the president's program in session is criminal. It has been nearly a month now and little has been done to put an army in the field. There ought to be an entire reogani-zatio- n of the body with Martin, the leader in the Senate and the impossible Kitchen in the House, made to go away back and sit down. They measure far below the needs ofthe hour. Pieachers do not often go rong, but when they do they go further to tne bad than anybody. We kn '" of tern: one who is serving a in the Atlanta penitentiary fo sending obacene literature throu"h the mails to corrupt young men and now the dispatches tell that an Iowa I readier went on a tear and killed g night people. A wolf in sheep's is a mighty dangrous aninal. Rapids, Tenn., has a real pt.triot. He is Cyrus Shultz, for whom the government may never trouble to appoint a Food Control Committee. When corn had advanced to $8 or $10 per barrel, he sold out his entire holdings of several thousand barrels at $2.50, refusing to sell any of his product to those who would feed hogs or cattle for speculative purKen-tuck- Gov. Stanley has called the attention to the prosecuting nttornoys of the unwarranted nml shameful increase in the price of coal and alv THE NEW STRAW is waiting for you at our store, and the time is here for you to discard your old one. A complete assortment $1.50 to $5.00 LOW SHOES The new English toe in all shades of tan and black. Over 20 different styles $4.00 to $7.00 Our Specialty Every man has his specialty that he does better than other people. That's what he ought to do. Our specialty is selling good clothes in the right way. We never sold better clothes than this year. At $10.00, $15.00 SILK SHIRTS $20.00 or $25.00 We have a beautiful assortment in all col- we can offer you a suit that it a real pleasure to ors and stripes wear. A suit that has character of its own and $3.00 to $5.00 keeps its character a long time. Ydur size is here in any of the above prices. McRoberts & Bailey GENT'S FURNISHINGS CENT WORD STANFORD, KY. TRY- ADS -- (Ad herare 1 ceni word eMU leiue, cash with order; do ad leu than 26a each itaue.) GRADUATING at Mueller's. and wedding 38-t- f OUR NEW OLIVER AND BROWN tf FOR SALE Lincoln Wonder, siSee E. T. lage "SEED CORN." 32-Pence, Jr., Stanford. WANTED to rent a mare for a motherless colt. Write or phone J. M. Cress, Stanford, K. F. V. No. 4. tf LOST Plain, black Watermann fountain pen, between The Princess and Logan avenue. Leave at the In 1 terior Journal office and oblige. FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble, 28tf Stanford. RED STEER A red steer, weighing about 500 pounds, is at my place. Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep. James McCor-mac40-- 1 Rural Route No. 5. & PAPER HANGING PAINTING Have yoUr painting and papering done by me; satisfaction guaranteed so it would be to your interest to let me figure with you before contracting your job. G. L. Bradley, 40-Hustonville. FOR SALE Desirable HOME home in Crab Orchard. Six rooms with hall. One of the best built houses in town. All necessary outbuildings. Fine well of water. Four acres of ground. Plenty of fruit. Address W. W. Burgin, CrabOrchard or Stanford. 4U-k. 4t Riding Cultivators for hillside and level land W. H. HIGGINS Main Street Stanford, Ky. CARD OF THANKS Mr. George D. Hopper, the popular We wish to thank the good people insurance man went over to Lexingof Stanford, for the knidness shown ton last Saturday to take the examus during our sickness and especial- ination for the Officers' Reserve-Corply Mrs.-- W. R. Todd and Mrs. J. C. but was rejected on account of Eubanks. Mr. and Mrs. W; T. Plum-me- r. defective vision. Danville s lp 34-e- ot PUBLIC SALE -- OF- LIVESTOCK, ETC. At my farm on the Preachersville 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 fillv. a crood one: three good .1 I m al nt0 lannil vcn HUMUS, UrOUU unaann K""" nuintio, nnn'vl hitch them wrong; good pair of bay mares, five and six years old, these marcs will work anywhere, cood in buggy; one grey marc, heavy in foal to jack; one yearling horse mule; one , norsa pair of coming thrce-year-omules, good ones; one pair of three-year-ohorse mules, well broken; one old mule, good worker; one extra good marc mule, she is a corker, fully 050-poutwo-year-o- ld iu ld Don't Throw Away Your Worn Tires! You can get 5,000 to 10,000 miles more out of the tires you have been throwing away. I You Half-sol- e your shoes, why not your tires? It is just as reasonable. So simple you could do it in your own garage l?ut we will do it for you. f three-ycM- v loth-!i:- poses. The price of clothing is going higher. Fortunately the time of the year has arrived when not many are needed. Two shifts of clerks have been engaged by the Reserve Bank at Cleveland to take care of the numerous applications for Liberty Loan Bonds. The Lincoln Pharmacy Out of Reach You Can Buy It for CLYGE This fine saddle and harness stallion will make the present season at my place on top of Hall's Gap AT $8.00 TO INSURE A COLT Clyire is black with a heavv mane and tail, 10 hands high, fine style anu acuon. tie was sired by Toney, of Indiana, known as the William Martin horse, which was the Belgium stock. Dam, a Denmark, n very fine saddle mare, known as W. P. Smith, of Flat Lick. His colts have prove to tie goou saddlers and extra tine farm horses. Will also stand my good 1- -2 Do Not Think Paint Has Gone $2.00 young jack, at $7.00 to insure. See him before you breed. JOHN J. CARTER, W.yne.burf, Ky R. F. D. No. 1. STONEWALL hands now; pair of large draft horses with harness one of tho best teams in the county, seven and eight years old; sow and seven shoats; two young Shorthorn bulls; one extra Shorthorn bull; good 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, all good ones and fine drivers, any woman or child can handle them; one of tho finest well broke pony stud in the county, you can't oeat him, coming three years old, a corker good one. Come and see him step on day of sale. Furniture Everything to make up n complete good extra housekeeping: One cooking stove, almost now; kitchen cabinet, good one; 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 witn goou interest Hearing note payable in bank. Don't forget the date and the long time that you have to pay for this property. This as an absolute sale, as I am closing up my outside business. A. T. NUNNELLEY, Stanford. 37-- 4 Col. John DiawiddU, Auct. 16 International Rubber e Tires are made just like a tire, look like a tire and are guaranteed vjust the same but cost a great deal less. J Half-Solj r Let us show you. International Rubber Sales Qom'y J. B. WILLIAMS, Agent 4th St., Danville, Phone No. 742 !f The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kent&fclcy: Friday, May 18, 1917 I t Page Five 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 Cimt in Ovir, 'Gets-I- t' Kight-N- ow Sit on My Corn Fall "I Fat 2 Drops of Off!" last Watch- -" "Sec all you havo to do In to tiso your two fingers nnd lift tho corn rlRht ofT. That's tho way 'Gots-I- f always works. You Just put on nhout 2 drops. Thon tho corn not only shrivels, but loosens from tho toe, without affectlm? tho surrounding flesh In the least. Why, It's a pleasuro to have corns and st Mrt; R. Tk Bruce and Mrs. S. M. Saufley arc in Richmond today. Mr. J. S. Hockcr was in Louisville on business this week. Miss Stella Rupley went down to Marion county Tuesday nfWnoon to visit her ,stor, Mrs. R. R. Hourignn. Miss Mary Margaret Jennings is making a protracted visit to her grandparents nnd aunts in Danville. Mesdames Mary Albright, Embry Albright. W. C. Rolmrls nml Mii Medio Bnrton, of Brodhead, weroj here shopping Wcdnesdnv. don, nnd Misses Savannah nnd Florence Beck, of Stanford, composed an auto partv that spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wayne. Danville Messenger Mr. B. T. Lunsford whs on Tuesday's trail returning from Louisville, where he hud hern with Mr. and Mr?. 12. L. W Non; of his rtion of the county. Jrs. Wilson win operated on at the Nnton Infirmary for a erious trouble ,.nd was doinjr splendidly when Mr Lunsford left her bedside. A lotto from Prof. W. C Wilson nt Fort Hi niiimin Harrison him beer, received at this office. He- says that most of he men he has met at the camp an college "bred" and are n fine lot. II.' does not comrlnin of the rntions nv the accommodations, but this paper gains from from other soi.rces they are pretty tough. - the happy memory of school days KEEP all time. Your Graduation Portrait and those of your priceless in the years to come. class-mate- s will be 1 Make the appointment now Mr. aiM Mrs. Claude Ilibb.of Lon- Loaning to Its Customers, The Far-er- s Martha E. Sacray nrnnnimnHn m milt Qlwini'iir alinf nrwl iimt.lnt- Scnatoi J. B. Forake-- , who died i' e dnv, left hs ly killed John Hooten, also colorv.l in Cincinnati the other hi- wife of $7.10.000 to Madison county. The Illinois (Vntml Railroad Co.r-pat- y Despondent over ill iviiui r.m ni inability to support himself, Ha i din has til.?n over the (' ntral Coal Earlv, nged 'J5, killed himself nt Lcx- - & lion Company's mines at Centrnl said to be Al,',.. 3..11..n,1nr ncroil 70. killed Citv at a consideration $500,000. himself at Madinon, Ind., rather than Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart is preface the charge 01 arson orougiu paring to give those, fellows who against him. want to enlist and can not do so because of a lack of education a chanc necessary to master the rudiment in a short period of time. I will sell at public auction at the 11 Matinee Saturday 2 P. M. Veranda Hotel, McKinncy, Ky., beCatarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured ginning nt 1 o'clock as thiy SATURDAY AFTERNOON MAY 26, by lucul applications, nf tin rannnt reach tin dlecasiil portion t.ir There Is to the following household and kitchen nnly one way by acur catarrhal diafne. constlttitlnrml rtmedy furniture: Two nice Bed Room suits, and l that Is Deafness Is chuhicI by an Bed, Dining Room Table and a Brass condition of Hip mucous lining of V.litn this Chairs, China Cabinet, Brussel enr-pe- t, Dip Eustachian Tultc ruiiibilup sound tut Ira--Is or Inflanv d you have a 9x12 12x15 Axminster Rug, rfect Inuring, nnd when It Is ntlrly li.ii il, D.nfiuts Is the risult Unless the Axminster Rug, Parlor Table, Kitch- liillammution can bo riilui.il and this tub' en Cabinet, Range, Large Heater, rcstond to Its normal condition, hmrlnir Library Table, Rocking Chairs. Porch will - destroyed forever Many casts or caus'd Swing and Chair, Lawn Mower, (' ifniss nro condition byof rnturrh. which Is s an In.lurmd tlir mucous Kitchen Linoleum, and many other Hall's Catarrh Mtdiclni ncln thru thi blood on the mucous surfnets of the things too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. fjsii vm will r;lve One Hundred Dollars for any cas- rf Catarrhal Dtn.ncus that carnot Attend and bring your friends. Cirbe cured by Medicine. MRS. R. H. METCALF, McKinncy, culars fre Hall's Catarrh 7Dc ,ll DrucKlsU. n t riirvry ; Ky. TaIt' o 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. n Quick rimernl That Corn Hnd With UvtM-ltsee how 'Gets-I- t' Rets them off In a hurry nnd without the least pnln. I can wear tlht shoes, dunce nnd wnlle ns though I never hud corns." "(lets-It- " tiinkcn tho uso of salves, bundling IkiikIurps, tnpe, plasters and other things not only foolish, but unnecessary Uso this wonderful discovery, ' Cicts-It,- " for any soft or hard corn or callus. It la tho Itnew, simple, easy, quick way, and never falls. You'll never have to cut a corn again with knives or scissors, and run chances of blood poison. Try 'Gcts-It- " tonight. "Oets-It- " Is sold everywhere. 25o a bottle, or rent on receipt of prlco by E.. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago, 111. , Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by Tho Lincoln Pharmacy and The "That Wni V wl-i- t PUBLIC SALE quarters that 2(i miles of double tracking will be done on the Queen & Crescent railroad, and it is to beKy. gin righi away. Contracts have already been let for 8.7 miles of grading between Moreland and South Fork, ano the work of double trackBank will receive subscriptions for 3 1-- 2 ing 14 " miles, between King's Mountain and Science Hill, is already "Liberty cent U. S. Bonds, known as in progress. This means that a great deal of money will be Fpent in this Penny Drug Store. Loan" to raise money for war. county fop labor and the necessities of life nnd it should prove very helpMiss Alpha Traylor has returned ful to the Western and Southern from a visit to her sister, Mrs. M. L. Ends of Lincoln, where the double Mobley at Covingtdn. tracking is being done. Mrs. G. C. Rose is visiting relatives SOCIAL PERSONAL AND in Lancaster. and friends Miss Mattie Wilcher and sister, May 19. Patriotic pageant by the children at opera house at 2 P. M. Mrs. Walter Miller visited friends in 10 and 15 Danville yesterday. Saturday. Admission Miss Jean Paxton, of Stanford, was cents. the guest of Miss Joan Mount, TuesA. M. Hiatt, cashier of the Citizens day. Lancaster Record. Coe Moser was at Danville WedBank of Brodhcad, was in the city nesday afternoon to see his sister, Thursday. Miss Adclia Florence has returned Mrs. B. H. Baker, who is very ill. is visiting Miss Mary Burdette to Waynesburp after a visit to friends Mrs. R. G. Collier at Crab Orchard here. Somerset News. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Casey went to while Mr. Collier is at Hot Springs. Mrs. E. D. Pennington is spending Lancaster last cveninR to attend the a few days with her parents, Mr. and Lear Wilkins weddinp. George Reed, of Liberty, is visit- Mrs. Charles H. Trub, in the Qtten-heisection. days ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. M. here! If you real oxford satisfaction Rowan Myers and sister, Martha Reed, out on rural route three. been Frances, of Middleburg, arc the course, good Mrs. John Lutes, who has point you ours is with her son, Kcene Lutes, and fam- guests of their uncle, Matt Myers, on pike. style here to liking the ily in Danville, returned home Thurs- the Somerset shows the Miss Dora Blanton, of Brodhead, day. " : and little was here today taking the examinaMrs. Lincoln Weddle lines men daughter, returned to their home at tion for common school teachers. Pineville after a short visit to rela She will teach in Lincoln this year. Mrs. Will Pennies, who came over tives at Hustonville. Miss Ada Mobley went to Junction from Covington to attend the burial City Thursday afternoon to attend of her grandfather, Rev. W. S. the commencement exercises. Miss Grinstcad, returned home this morniEmily Murphy, her cousin, was one ng. Mrs. Wr 'S. Fish and daughter, of the graduates. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tate and Miss Allie Russell Fish attended the daughter, Miss Frances Tate, motor- marriage at Lancaster Thursday of ed to Lexington yesterday accom- her niece. Miss Bemie Lear to Mr. panied by Misses Kate Davis Raney Mack Wilkins, of Shelby, N. C. Mrs. Georgia Gotiner and little and Adelaide Proctor. Mrs. James A. Beazley, of Lancas- adopted daughter, Catherine Eads, ter, who was taken to the Good Sa- are visiting friends in Hustonville an for a few davs, before joining her maritan Hospital at Lexington for operation Wednesday, stood the or- husband in New York City for the deal all right and is getting along summer. nicely. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Sandidge, of Mrs. J. L. B. Coffey and son, Shel- the West End, left Thursday to visit by Coffey, who have been with her relatives in Lexington and Millers-bur- g sister, Mrs. E. J. Howenstine at Medium High Toe, Black or Tan and to be present at the comOhio, for some months arriv- mencement exercises of Millersburg Button or Lace last night to spend several College, where their niece. Miss ed here and friends. weeks with relatives Laura Sandidge, daughter of Mr. and Among the graduates of Millers-bur- g Mrs. F. F. Sandidge graduates. year arc Female Institute this Following is from Misses Laura Embry Sandidge, the a distance who the list of those burial attended the pretty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Far-ri- s of Rev. W. S. Grinstead here Monday. F. Sandidge, of the Moreland sec- Rev. G. D. Prentiss, Mesdames Addition, and Lena Louise Reynierson, of son Humphrey, Chas. Lewis, Frank Ellisburer. Casey county. Carter, Davis Cokendolphper, Bloom-fielMessrs. J. T. Bingaman, J. M. CoRev. W. S. Maxwell, Mesdames & llier and Dr. R. C. Watkins returned H. B. Campbell, Chas. Denman, V Thursday afternoon from London, Henry Evans, Randa Bronauch. where they had been serving on the Judge Hoover, wife and son, William Federal jury. Mr. Bingaman, who uurnett, Ur. anrt Mrs. Pence, the was on the grand jury, says that Misses Jenkins, Nicholnsville; Revs. about 75 indictments were returned. D. W. Robertson and Charles Bohon, .J V sV Messrs. Ike Shelby and S. K. Dudder-a- r Versailles; Mrs. C. K. Oldham, Mt. summoned for jury ser- Sterling; Mrs. G. T. Grinsta'ad and were also Dark Cherry vice, but were let off. daughter, Miss Dorothy Grinstead, Tan or Black Burnside Huffman, son of Al. G. Mrs. John Baumstark. Mrs. T. M. English Last Huffman, formerly of this city, but Oldham, Richmond: W. F. Baum now living at Crab Orchard, has stark, wife and daughters, Mr. Sandi-fe- r and daughters, Georgetown; Rev. passed the examination for a place in the officers' reserve corps and is H. G. Turner, wife and son. Lvnn At- Turner, Presiding Elder and Mrs. C. now at McPherson barracks at lanta, taking the training. He has H. Greer, Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moore, been making his home with Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Owsley at Columbus, Ga Misses May, Ora and Anna Durham, for several years and has developed Danville. into a fine business man. Hear Mozart Club and Glee Club Mozart and Glee club recital at recital Monday evening. Reserved the opera house Monday evening, seats 35c; general admission 25c and Mav 21 at 8 o'clock. school children 15c. It It The First National Bank Stanford, the the ' Q. & C. DOUBLE TRACKING head- It has been nnnounced from Cat.-irrhn- This per l- - 10-31 t The More a Man Knows About Shoes The More Eager We Are To Show Him want about the variety we've prepared for you; and, of quality get for what you pay. You'll find moderately styled ideas as well as the smart want : m Oxford a are the strong your $2.50 $4.00 JJ '?k to $6.50 $6.50 ( $3.00 $5.00 to $8.50 High Arch and Toe, Black With or Without Rubber Tnn filcrl Cir-crcvil- $3.00 d; Oft Irj! to $5.00 s&A vk xA Sole Tan or Black Leather, With o Without Rubber Wnl-de- n, Shoes Purchased Now Are An Investment That Will Increase In Value SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY.MAY 20, It should be great news to our customers who know the high quality of Florsheim, Bostonians, Eclipse and W. L. Douglas shoes to know they can still get these stylish and dependable Southern Railway System Following Round Trip Fares in effect from makes as low as the above prices mentioned. Oxford in town that the young men wjll like better than the dark tan English models. Good taste and refinement are shown in the low broad heel, the receding narrow toe the invisible eyelets, and the color of the Russia tan leather, which is a rich dark cherry. We are showing all the season's very newest Oxford models as well as the desirable staple styles in both tan and black leathers. There's noan Danville, Ky, to $1.50 Louisville Lawrenceburg .$1.00 Shelbyville Harrodsburg .. $1.25 .$ .50 and Similar reductions to all local stations between Danville Lexington and Louisville. sale. v Tickets limited for return trip to date RETURNING I No. 9 will be held at Louisville until .. .5:30 P. M. Phillips and Phillips STANFORD'S BIGGEST STORE t ' ' For further information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway System. Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky; Friday, May 18, 1917 No. 5132 Federal Reserve Dist. No. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP 4 THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky at close of business, May 1, 1917 RESOURCES $358,237.74 Loans and discounts (except those shown on b and c) 100,000.00 U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) Bonds others than U. S. Bonds pledged to secure Postal Savings Deposits $ 3,000.00 Securities other than U. S. Bonds (not including 72,374.44 09,374.44 stocks) owned unpledged 4,550.00 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per ct. of subscription 10,000.00 Value of banking house 1.00 Furniture nnd fixtures Net amount due from approved reserve agents in $ 1,853.64 New York, Chicago and St. Louis Net nmount due from approved reserve agents in 10,098.89 11.952.5S . other reserve cities Net nmount due from banks nnd bnnkcrs (other than inclu.. 4,695.57 ded in 12 or 20) Other checks on Banks in same city ow town ns reporting 433.24 :. bank 285.90 $ Outside checks and other cash items 991.12 705.16 Fractional currency, nickels and cents 1,440.00 Notes of other national banks 560.00 Federal Reserve notes ... Lawful reserve in vault and net amount due from Federal 37,654.27 Reserve Bank Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer nnd due from U. S. 5,000.00 Treasurer Total ... m iVMfr. !!'fe ' in IM $607,889.91 $100,000.00 50,100.00 7,338.41 98,900.00 289,309.15 666.02 23,477.51 35,002.27 333.91 1,752.04 1,000.00 Twenty Million Tires in 1917 United States Tires stand out unmistakably among that vast number. Only service could give to United States Tires their universal popularity and tremendous sales, super-service LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits $11,260.95 Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid.... 3,928.54 Amount reserved for taxes accrued Amount reserved for all interest accrued Circulating notes outstanding Net nmount due to banks and bankers (other than included in 29 or 30) .,... . Individual deposits subject to check Postal savings deposits Deposits requiring notice but less than 30 days Total demand deposits, Items 33,34, 35, 30, 37, 38, 39 40 nnd 41, $313,453.28. Certificates of deposit Total of time deposits, Items 42, 43 and 44, $35,002.27 which means to you lowest mileanti-ski- d age cost, highest efficiency from all four anti-skids, ... $607,889.91 Total State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: d I, W. M. Bright, Cashier of the bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. M. BRIGHT, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before Correct Attest : W. H. SHANKS, me this 5th day of May. 1917 R. L. HUBBLE, JESSE D. WEAREN, Notary Public E. C. WALTON, Commission expires Jan. 23, 1918. Directors above-name- supreme resiliency and elasticity. ,The man who uses United States Tires knows and he has told what he knows about United States Tires through vast sales increases, MRS. H. C. RUPLEY The many friends here of Mrs. H. C. Rupley were distressed to hear of her death Tuesday morning at her home in Stanford. She was 08 years of age ind a devout meMber of the Methodist church for many years and a woman noted for her charity and Christian works. She was a native of Mario.i .'ountv. but her rem?.!.":, wore Lrought to Harrodsburg Thursday, her husband's old home, and interred in Spring H!il Cemetery. Besides her huslw'1 she is survived by a nnm'cr of grown child ten. .'farrodohurg. Herald. Lexington bakers have increased bread prices to 8 cents a loaf wholesale and 10 cents a loaf retail. that United States Tires are the tires of super-servic- e. Save Time J United States Tubes and Tire Accessories Have All the Sterling Worth and Wear that Make United States Tires Supreme. XjSSSalmmm .111 VaaaaM iJBKs JSSsi'l Tire or Every Need of Price and J Use United States 1i res Are Good Tires r?"r Money Buying BOSS by IBM nB . a fcgggql 1 'Cham' 'Nobby' 'Royal Cord' 'Plain' 'Usco' Ei n II OIL AIR STOVE Xf IB n iCTrTrc3 ivV- - -"""w ftVOlSvEr!!!Jg'llL HI, rMi.ivi . OiltAirStqyes r Willi1 UNITED STATES Uttto' m WHO CAN TELL YOU WHICH OF THE TIRES EXACTLY SUITS YOUR NEEDS: TIITS APE C 'I RIED BY THE FOLLOWING SALES AND SERVICE DEPOTS FIVE TYPES OF UNITED STATES Pence & Kill, Furniture Me n STANFORD, KENTUCKY H.CoAnderson,Stanford No. 2917 Federal Reserve Dist. No. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF 4 THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE At Hustonville, in the State of Kentucky at close of business, May 1, 1917 RESOURCES $141,128.90 Loans and discounts (except those shown on b and c 213.09 Overdrafts, secured, $198.90; unsecured, $14.13 50,000.00 U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) 2,250.00 Stock of Federal Reserve Ilank (50 per ct. of subscription 2,000.00 Value' of banking house 800.00 Furniture and fixtures Net amount due from approved reserve agents 19G.57 $ in New York, Chicago and St. Louis Net amount due from approved reserve agents G 1,785.93 01,982.50 in other reserve cities Net amount due from banks and bankers (other than in- 992.07 eluded in 112 or 20) 20"ii8 $ Outside checks and other cash items 250.20 229.82 Fractional currency, nickels and cents 255.00 Notes of other national banks 270.00 Federal Reserve notes Lawful reserve in vault and not amount due from Federal 20,574.79 Reserve Rank Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. 2,500.00 Treasurer . Total .'. $283222.G1 $ 50,000.00 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund $ Undivided profits Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid.. Circulating notes outstanding Net amount due to banks and bankers' (other than in 29 or 30) Individual deposits subject to check Total demand deposits, Items 33, 3 1, 35, 30, 39, 40, and 41, $151,780.90. Total above-name- 24,000.00 8,301.82 1,115.05 7,240.17 50,000.00 195.51 151,780.90 included 37, 38, $283,222.01 mo this 9th day of May, 1917, J. W. II0SKINS, State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: I, J. II. I locker, Cashier of the d bank do solemnly swear that the above btatcment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. H. HOCKER, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to beforo Correct Attest: Notary Public GREEN BRIAR The birthday dinner givi i in honor of Mr. Walter Record, n of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Record, of t ic Green Briar community, was grea'ly enjoyed. Mr. Record is now hnne from from Paris, where he holds a prominent position in the signal department of the L. & N. He has een connected with the L. & N. Jor about three years.. Mr. Record nuorts the farmers of Bourbon countj, and the surrounding counties making a great strat on raising an enormou crop for this year in order to help keep down the high cost of living, as 'veil as to make money for there will bo a great demand for farm products this year. Those present at the dinner were: Mr. Walter Record, of Paris, Mrs. J. C. Rulen and little son, J seph, of Williamstown, Mr. and Mrs Muncie, Misses Sosbia Muncie, Mnizie Bras-wel- l, Misses Eva and Alma Hprton, Georo Horton, Bonnie Horton and Bobbie Horton. Mrs. J. C. Rulen was called home by the illness of her mother. Mrs. George Gaines visited Miss Dollie Sims Sunday. Mr. Claud Sims and MNs Rachel Jones went to Chestnut Ridge Sunday to attend church. Mrs W. G. Boston, of Goochtown, visited her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Muncio. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Muncie visited air. Cisco Boston Sundny. Mrs. David Walls spent Saturday night with Mrs. Arthur Horton. Mr. Ruby, Horton returned homo Sunday from Richmond, where he had bcenon business. Miss Lorettn Sims spent Saturday night with Miss Sosbia Munsie. s Mid-desbo- ro FEEL LIKE GIVING UP? Many Stanford People On The Verge Of Colbpse A Feed the whole fMW naw i. Jj MKI Vliac:.'Ws? .. 6 HIWIM ya BUOOti v .fn-s- M m is. BONES: i iii ; Jt I all the time Lame every morning; ore all day. It hurts to stoop it hurts to straighten. What with headache, dizzy spells, kidney nnd bladder weakness, No wonder people are discouraged, Who do not know the kidneys may bo the cause of it all. Give the weakened kidneys needful help. Use a tested and proven kidney remedy. None endorsed like Doan's Kidney Hiatt, E. Main St., Stanford, says: "My back pained me dreadfully. I could not do my work nnd if I stooped I could hardly starighten. I had dizzy spells and I could not walk straight. The action of my kidneys caused me a great deal of annoyance. I had hemorrhages of the kidneys also. I doctored and used different remedies but got worse all the time. My case was almost chronic when I heard of Doan's Kidney Pills and got some at Penny's Drug Store. This medicine helped me right away and I continued to o use it until I was free from and my kidneys were in good order. I keep Doan's Kidney Pills on hand nnd whenever I have any return of this trouble they have never failed to help me." Price 50c, at ull dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same Belle back-ach- bid lark mnkci you miserable mfST wHfK7 v TlUXim&ZVJ:?yj!i ijfi.rxjtamjv.KfixTum jfcxik jacFsasst'ivaa VWHpy fes EEATHERS y& kw cvw "W 7 - MUSI cieJ 'H'i so jMT ssj yCjy """" W energy; '"v'j-r 1 Vi. ' mHmfjm. Pills. Mrs. other parts. Drain fed supplies an cscccs of beat and cneriry but la deficient la elements tbat uuxo bluoU, nerves, boac, lean meat and teatbert. By feeding grain alone you over-fee- d nsrt of the chick's body and under-fee- d contains an abuudaiicooitho very elements wblch drain feed lacks and thu all parts ol tho cblck net msslmUm nourishment. Wbcn led witb Purlua Cnlclc . l'ced as directed, we nuarantco UurluL' tbo Purina Chicken Chowder flat tls 1! or In Double development !J onlymoney back wcets ot a chief's checkerboard . bai. vnTW-wr- m Purina Chick Feed I'luviucj sa abundance of 'puRm CHICK FEED luicxcucaaMW AO i PURINA I CHICKEN Chicken Chowder builds Done. . Blood, i Heat and Energy. POWDER J A ovcKMiaMp OA era, and Leas tcau Meat I J. W. POWELL, EDW. ALCORN, My cor.ir.Usion expires Feb. 10, '20 J. D. DEPP, Directors Dr. Joe L. McCarty went to that Mrs. Hiatt had. Foster-Milbur- n 40-- 1 Wednesday to take the exam- Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ination for the ofllcors' training school. Pineville. During the 22 years that "Bud" R. C. Duddcrar sold several weeks James has been in the livery busi-es- s ago 170 bushels of wheat to the Crab at Harrodsburg he has lost by Orchard Milling Co., at $2.50. death 87 horses. For Sale By W. H. HIGGINS, - - STANFORD, KY. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May 18, 1917 DUNCAN We have neglected writing to the I. J. for some time so will send in' a few news notes. Mr. J. C. Smith had n nice sow to die Inst week. Mr. nnil Mrs. 15. F. West were visitors nt the home of their son, Oscnr Page Seven weaning time. Grass furnished at $2 per month and all stock intrusted to me will receive my personal attention but will not be responsible for nccidents. Season on tho nbovo are due when colt is foaied or maro bred to other stock or stock parted with. All the nbove will make tho season nt my place, two and a half miles west of Hustonville, on Hustonvillo nnd Liberty pike. Pedigrees furnished upon request. S. T. POWELL, Huslonvillp, Ky. What Does Catarrh Mean? It means inflammation of a mucous membrane somewhere in the head, throat, bronchial tubes, stomach, biliary ducts or bowels. It always means shignnnt blood the blood that is full of impurities. Left alone, it extends m West, last Sunday. Farmers arc getting quite busy in the neighborhood now. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sims arc rejoicing over the nrrivnl of n baby. Misses Frnnkic Smith, Ethel nnd Gertie Thompson and Virgie Thompson attended church nt King's Mountain last Sunday night--. Cicero Sims sold some hogs this week for thirteen nnd a hnlf cents. Mrs. Oscnr Sims snent the nftor-noo- n with Mrs. J. C. Smith last Mon-dny. There was n great deal of excitement nround Lock No. 21 this week. The night watchman Mondny night saw two suspicious looking men around tho Lock nnd saw them place something near tlto gate. He immediately cnlled up the officers at Monti-celland told them about it. Thi-went to the scene and found a bottle filled with gun powder, cotton nnd some kind of fluid with a long wirn leading oil". A search was instituted for the men but they could be found nowhere. Somerset Journal. o SCARE AT LOCK No. 21 DON VARRICK Will make the season of 1917 nt my stable 4 mile from Crab Orchard, on tho Singleton plncc, at $10 to insure a living colt. Don Vnrrick is a beautiful chestnut, 10 hands; weighs 1,400 pounds, is compactly built and hns plenty bone and finish. His eolts show for themselves. Will also stand at the same time and place my suddie stallion BLACK PRINCE By Kentucky Peuvine, out of mure by Old Preston. He is a coming as black as a crow nnd a good one. You should see him. He will ?laiid nt $10 to insure. TWO GREAT MULE JACKS Will also stand two great mulo jacks at $10 to insure. One the n 1- -2 four-year-ol- d, well-know- Miss Addie Meade spent a few dnys in Lexington as the guest of Mrs. Mollic Smith. Miss Delln Burnett, who has a position at Lexington is expected home soon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Willie Wulls arc the proud parents of a baby boy. Some corn in this section is two inches hich nnd looking well. Miss Edna Sims anil Lotus Clay-powere visitors on Green River ol until It is followed by indigestion, colds, congestion or fever. It weakens the system generally nnd spreads Its operations until systemic catarrh or an acute illness is the result. ALMONT DARE AJmont Dare, 3228, is a rich red bay stallion; 10 hands high with good bono and fine stylo. Is extremely is a full brother to Toxy Dare that won the championship for saddle bred brood mares at tho Kentucky State fair in 1911, defeating Edna May nnd others nnd to Nettle-to- n that sold for $3,000 and others at $1,500. He is the best one of the lot. His colts have frequently defeated the colts of sires standing as high as $75. Hnve sold his colts myself for $500. Others claim offers of $1,000 They also are the very best to use at home, being large, fine, game, durable and kind. Will make the season at $10 to insure live colt. Bryan Breckinridge, my registered black jack, 10 hands with extremely large bone will stand for mares at $10 for mnre mules and $8 for horse mule. Will also breed jennets any month in year at $10 to insure colt. Have sold his colts for $120 at ness. He fast both under saddle and in har- Mr. Ebelce Smith was in this com munity this week. Mr. George Camel, of the Wa'l town section and Miss Sallic B. Yo cum, of Arabia were married last week. Mr. B. F. Foley is having some fencing done on his new farm. last wecK. Is the nation's reliable remedy for this condition. It restores appetite, aids digestion, checks and rcmoc3 inflammation, and thus enables the membranes through which wc breathe and through which our food is absorbed, to do their work properly. v cars of Forty-fou- r success, with thousands of testimonials, have established it as the home remedy Its record of success holds a promise for you. THE PERUiNA COMPANY COLUMBUS. Peruna OHIO You can obtain Peruna in tablet form for convenience. ATT. WtttZ JWRIGLEY& -- vM &J ICHEWING GOmT -- liTtlilMMSIHIil J- WSkJSffi The Castleton Cup trotters) $3,000; The Phoenix pacers) $3,000; Hotel The Walnut Hall Cup (2:11 trotters) $3,000; The Ashland (Z:18 trotters) $2,000; The Kentucky trotters) $2,000; The Lexington trotters) $2,000; The Cumberland (2:05 pacers) $2,000; The Blue Grass (2:09 pacers) $2,000 and The Pacing Futurity $2,000. No purse will be less than $1,000. improving. (free-for-a- ll (free-for-a- ll Futurity $90,000 FOR TROTTING The Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association has announced a program worth $90,000 for its great Trotting Meeting at Lexington October 1 to 13. The stakes will aggregate $50,000 as follows: The trotKentucky Futurity ters) $14,000; The Champion Futurity trotters) .$5,000; The trotters) $5,-00- 0; married . E. G. G lliland and family have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Win, Chrisman. Miss Sa die Maxtor and Miss Edith Laswell, of King's Mountain, spent Sunday With Miss Mamie Brown. Mr. Eizif Alford, of Detroit, Mich., returned home Saturday night to do some work on the farm. Miss Dora Alford gave the young folks of this neighborhood a singing, Miss Alford left which all afterwards for Detroit, Mich., to join her brc ther and sister. Mr. Coll s Singleton seems to be - PLEASANT POINT Vif Singleton, of Waynesburg and Miss Sadie Singleton, of Pleasant Point, made a flying trip to ,ist Saturday and were Stanford Mr. . Dudderar jack and the other, Jesse Fox, a fine fellow. 5 years old and a good breeder. His eolts show up nicely. See them both before you breed your mares. Will stand a fine registered Shorthorn Bull at $2 to insure. Money due in all cases when animal is bred elsewhere or parted with. W. R. GAINES. Crab Orchard. Ky. IIufT T& -- 111-- v Sensitive Throats ChewH after every meal Kentucky has obtained only 1,332 Mrs. J. L. Holtzclaw left Friday men of its quota of 4,578 required morning to nurse Mrs. John Spoona-b- y ' the War Department. more. m during changing seasons. The pure cod liver oil in from within more than they need bundling wraps need careful treatment Mrs. Salfu- Dishon and little daughter, Tessit Marie, have gone to Detroit, to jo'ii her husband, Mr. Mont Dishon, who holds a good position there. News has been received here that Mrs. Graic Murton and family of this place will return home soon. k mm wreck Rowland Peavine No. 6053 Rowland Peavine chestnut stallion, foaled May 14, 1912. Sired by Rex Peavine, No. 1796, by Rex McDonald, No. 833, by Rex Denmark 840. 1st dam: Bourhoniste, by Bourbon Chief 97G, by 2nd dam: Judy Oliver Chief 1718. 3rd dam: by Wilson's No. 9297 (full sister to Bourbon's Best) Harrison Chief 1000, by Clark Chief 89. 0407, by Red Cloud 2197, by Indian PROFESSIONAL AND "When In Doubt Take a Bath." BUSINESS CARDS Surveying and Leveling Ee sure your title is good. Let me Phono 183 survey your land purchase for you, and make certain. Will go anywhere to strengthen the tender linings of their throats, Stanford, Ky. while at the same time it aids the lungs and improves the M. C. Newland, Stanford Livery and Auto Service quality of the blood. Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Throat Specialists endorse Buggies; Open Day and Night. CAPT. AM BOURNE Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a SCOTTS EMULSION Try It Trial, We Will Please You. AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. Scott & Downe, Bloomfield,N.J. H. H. Carter, Manager. Phone 5. . The high dollar at your sale all the Calls answered day or night. time and at lowest price; sales Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, Tinning and Guttering Guranteed. Myers' Pumps and Gray Engines SCOTT S EMULSION is helping thousands From Three Years' Suffering. Saya Cardui MaJe Her Weil. Texas City, Tex. In an intcrcsiir." statement, Mrs. G. H. Schill, of litis town, says: "For three years I suffered untold agony with my head. 1 was unable to do any of my work. I just wanted to sleep aii the time, foi that was the only ease could get, wher 1 became a nervous wreck I was asleep. just froui the awful suffering with my head. I was so nervous that the least make me jump out of my bed. had no energy, and was unable to do anything. My son, a young boy, had tc do all my household duties. I was not able to do anything until 1 took Cardui. I took three bottles in all, and it surely cured me of these awful headaches. Titat has been three years ago, and I know the cure is permanent, for I have never had any headache since taking Cardui. . . Nothing relieved mcuntill took Cardui. It did wonders for me." Try Cardui for your troubles made from medicinal ingredients recommended in medical books as being of benefit in female troubles, and 40 years of use has proven that the books are right. Begin NC-I3- 4 taking Cardui today. 1 noist-woul1 W. K. WARNER J6-- U CARTER cried anywhere. Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense & CARTER, Stanford. Ky. prepared to vaccinate for Anthrax, Black Leg, and all othor WAYNESBURG. UNDERTAKER, tock diseases. JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, We carry a large and complete stock Stanford. Ky. of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. Phone 204. ; Phone: Farmers' line No. - Woodstock line No. I am -- J. M. REYNOLDS VACCINATE King 2197. 4th dam: Daughter of Sim's Clark Chief 2575. Rowland Peavine is a rich chestnut, with star and snip; stands 15.3 full; weighs 1100 pounds; five years old. As you will see from the above breeding, he has the blood of the best show horses Kentucky has ever produced, and is one himself. You should see this horse before booking your mare. You rarely ever have the opportunity to breed to a horse as fashionably bred at the small fee of $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Will make the season of 1917 at my stable on East Main street. Money due at birth of colt or when mare is parted with or bred to other stock. J. C. BAILEY Stanford, Ky. Daily Except Sunday See B. L. FAGALY for Contracting Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) any sort Houses, and Building of at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Barns, Etc. Stanford, Kentucky. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9:00 a. m. and 1:80 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at W. W. BURGIN Low Charges O. L MINKS. Pronrietor DENTIST Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Crab Orchard Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays Keeley at Stanford Binding Office ia Lincoln Bank in CONTRACTING Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford RUBY GLOSS Furniture Polish DUSTS, J5. WORLD'S BEST CLEANS, BLEUCHER 46158 RECOUP 2.29 TKIAL 2;lt t KENTUCKY'S CHAMPION KOAR HOUSE Winner of Koad Class and Breeding Clats at Kentucky State Fair l'.UG J Tour The Only Institute MRS. Kentucky tin fill Guaranteed Automobile, Finished Floors, and all Varnished Surfaces. Clear, puro and free from any cum. Will not dust, as ItBather elves a liard. dry, bright a brighter frloss; than wax and easier to use. Piano,Furniture. Woodwork, rULISIIES KING ALFONSO Big, lino jack of good bone and action. Splendid mule jack. Will make the season of 1917 at my 16-ha- fAloone (, farm at $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 tho best Jersey bulls in the country and I am standing him at n very low figure. See this stock before you breed. Care taken to prevent ac- rI)irk NicM 21235S hire of ii.fludms Silent Brook 107H9 Jteconl 2:111 Sire o( Hilly llurk 2:03 Shawliay 2:07 Meadow Ilrook 2:00 Kmmu Ilrook 2:0!) Lady Zarrino 2:07 llcllbrooV 2:10, etc. S Sire of 032, GO, 2:27 dami of G5. SenrrMlcht HnchtU-'ht 2:03 jfoonili,r Dark Wilkes 2:09, Volna etc. 2:09 J i nny Clay (in at broud ware. 2SU3 Ily St. Elmo 275 Greut brood mare. Harry Clay 45. 2:20 Sire of 4, dams of 50. Norwood Ilelle lly Norwood 522 T. W. PENNINGTON, DENTIST Stanford, Ky. Myer. Home Flats 240) Res. 165 Phone: Office For any information apply to ron floors usn fWJerw CedarOiL J. B. WILLIS Crab Orchard, Kentucky Crescent Heights Stock ws PeLskmn Mnn To clve en tire batlsfac- - 3rtj ZZ& "IB. y I f Jloko Sire, 2:01 24 157 of llrenda r Karon I J. B. PERKINS Room 28-29, DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. Phone 214 KY. Plumbing, Tinning and Repairing of all kinds. For any work of this sort, see Farm rfgjBL jflHRHi llHfiBy (BB&fjz Cattle ss tlon or your 9KS -innnnv illl " 1 bo iofunded. vtr,-!C- liii3ii PENCE & HILL MENROE cidents but not responsible should any occur. Parting with maro or cow forfeits insurance and makes season money due.F. REID, Stanford, 32tf Ky R. D. No. 5. A. D. PARSONS Phone 254 Stanford, Ky. Aberdeen-Angu- s Southdown Sheep, Duroc.Jertey Hogs The best bloodlines is represented In South each of these famous breeds. High-claailments of their horses, can have all individuals for sale at all times. live stock promptly cattle and other E. V. CARSON R. F. D. No. 5 and expertly attended by Stanford, Kentucky DR. H. A. PICKETT King's Mountain, Ky. Veterinarian, End Farmers Midget Marvel Mill; Corn and Feed Mill; Oil Engine; mill building, 24x36, three I can get you highest prices for your floors; engine room, 16x22; all in land, stock, crops or household goods. good running order; close to railroad aifcl good business. Apply to Sales Cried Anywbe-- sj THE WAYNESBURG MILLING CO. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, MereUad. Waynesburg, Ky. For Sale Flour Mill AUCTIONEERING el Sired by Kentucky's Choice, ho by This good stallion will make the seaMy Own Kentucky, by Chester Dare son of 1017 at the home of Ell Estes, by Black Squirrel G8. Lincoln two miles southwest of Eubank on 10, Choice's dam Trixio Quick 8855, was the Fishing Creek and Eubank road by Eagle Bird 1014, he by King at $10 to insure a colt ten days old. Eagle. This horse is so well known that it Lincoln Chief is n coming four- is useless to describe him. Eli Estes and expert horsemen say year-ol- d and Daniel Newsom. ho is sure to bo the coming champion. Ho will make the season at my barn Three cf them blacl: and one yrey; on tho Hustonvillo und Danville pike all of them good ones. They range at Living Foal. in ages from coming two to seven $10 to Insure years. You should see them bofore Those who have mnres should see you breed. Will stand them all at this fellow boforo they breed. He $0 to insuro a colt four months old. has been n heavy winner since ho was Care taken to prevent accidents, but a colt nnd is better today than he not responsible tfiiould any occur. ever was. Not responsible for acci LINCOLN CHIEF 6393 Four Good Jacks - . nusie , tjj j:uo r Wilkes Nutwood 8000 2 :24 J 2Vj!Xof C,rl WllkfH IlV,!yCcW 1 Ilrook 2:lu Half fitter to Silent Ilrook 2:00 Keddie v. J''nny Clay lly Harry Clay 15 Clay M) 2:25 and Dam Ilrook of Silent Lilly Clay, dam of l'rua . .n 2:10 lteddie Clay (I) n,ni etc. 2:25 Silent Ilrook. 10700. 2:10 tire of Hilly llurk 2 03 Meadow Brook Shawliay 2:07 Emma Hrook 2:09 81, Lady Zarrine 2:07 31, Hetty Ilrook 2:09 Hillbrook 2:10, Hutter tlrook 2:10 11, Silent Ilriuado (2) 2:10 Margaret Hatlicato etc. etc. Ills dam, Jenuy Clay, (1) 2:11 Sired dam of Chatty Direct (1) 2:07 uUo produced Heddle Clay 2 '25 ami was crandam of l'rue 2:21 Moko 24457, sire of IVrenci 2:05 (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Hrenda York (3) Native. Hello (2) 2:07 31 (Futurity winner) 2:08 31. (Futurity winner) (5) 2:01 filly, ) Manrico (3) 2:07 (champion (Futurity winner,) Sil(I) 2:03 ver Silk (4) 2:08 12, Sukfo N. (3) 2:9 (Futurity winner.) Oomoko 2:10, Mobcl MomaMer 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:11 11 (Futurity winner) etc. 210 II, Morhester 2:10 Mar. Sin d dams of Tho Harvester, 2:01 (champion trottinc Mallion,) Vito (4) 2:09 Karon O Neil (3) 2:13 tha Tipton (4) 2:00 itc. Hrotlur to Humps 2:03 D. 2:10, etc. trtul mile 2:14 half in 1:06. last quarter in 33 Ktcuchcr 40158, record 2:29 He greatly seconds, Is n handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. his cood siro Silent Hrook and Is out of Cl.iyo, by tha sreat Futurity sire Moko. Foreign demand has tuken over one million horses from this country, and we may expect better prices for our horses In the future. Our advice to mare owmrs is to breed their mares and to breed them to stallions of merit and proven worth lis sires. Kleucjier His cults have procu is Just the type to produce the colts that will supply the demand. fine, with nice head und neck and plenty of Ume and conformation. season of 1917 at my stable in LancasThis great trolling Stallion will make the ter, Kentucky, at LCInvo Dam of I,uU 2:27 lialf r, 2:17; out of a sUter to Silint Watt (2) Iileucher 2:20 1 Native Utile.. (3). 2:0.1 Silver Silk (4) 2:08 Monrlco (3) 2:07 -- Ferno 2:05 Vorke I Sire of Wilkes 1 m 2:10, etc. 4758. 2:lg, Queen lly Strathmore 108. Dim of Humps 2:08 Ethel i- 4 $20 to Insure a Living Colt BARLOWE Parties with maro or breeding her to dents. Breeding to other stock or other animals forfeit insurance and trading off mare forfeits insurance. More- makes season money due.ELI ESTES, STEWART SANDIDGE, 30-Eubmnk, Ky. Und, Ky. 8t of I will also stand this beautiful Shetland Stallion for the season am 1017 at my staI pnpared to tuku ble In Lancaster, Ky., ut if 10.00 TO INSl'UE A LI VINO COLT. rare of mares on grass at 10 rents a day. Lien retained on tolls for service fie. Money due when mare Is traded or parlid with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should auy occur. 30-t- f. W. B. BURTON, Phone 95, Lancaster, Kentucky ft .re - Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, May 18, 1917 LINCOLN CHAUTAUQUA The Lincoln County NationalBank and The Lincoln Trust Company ARE UNDER THE SAME MANAGEMENT- - With Capital, Surplus & Profits over Two Hundred Thousand Dollars Why burden your Wife with the care of your estate? Why not assist her to carry the heavy burden by appointing this Company as With Deposits over Three Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars and Our officers will be glad to confer with you With Total Resources over Six Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars regarding any trust business you may have in mind. "On Corner Next to Court House' Stanford, Kentucky THE LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY Co-gx-ecutor Co-Truste- e. Get open an Saving with the the account today Habit and First National Bank of Stanford One of the oldest National Banks in this State VOTE FOR FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY He has alwnyi been a temperance man, supporting temperance men and measures. He supported McChesney in the last primary campaign for Governor. If elected he will enforce your local option laws and all other laws without fear or favor. : : : i T. J. HILL, Jr. LOWNEY'S CANDY SATISFIES Always Fresh Full Line of Package and Penny Goods in Stock at All Times Lincoln Pharmacy Wilson & Sons Pianos Ar.e As Good As the Best VOTE FOR FOR COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Tom A. Rice Primary, August 4, 1917 HELP IF anything should occur in our handling of your business that is not entirely satisfactory to you, let us know at once. Our customers must be pleased, for we cannot afford to have a dissatisfied customer, and won't, if within reason, we can prevent it. They are sold to the Most Critical Buyers J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY J. L. Beazley. H. G. SKILES Candidate for to R' MOUNT win the Democratic nomination J; IT'S BOYLE COUNTY'S, TIME Therefore Vote For PROGRAM for Directed S;30 a. m. by Junior Supervisor 2:30 p.m. Opening Exercises By the Superintendent. Orchestral concert The Craven Family Orchestra. Admission 15 and !25 cents. The Craven Family 7:30 p. m. Popular musical entertainment 8:1 p. m. FIRST DAY Youth's Chautauqua Get acquainted time STATE SENATOR and you'll never regret it Primary Aug. 4 Representative of Lincoln County Subject to the action of Democratic Primary He will appreciate your support ATTEND THE CHAUTAUQUA and Vote for Orchestra. Lecture Booth Lowrey "Tolerably Good People, or "Black Sunshine." Admission "Simon Says 15 and 25 cents. Wig-Wag," SECOND DAY W. Jay STATE Harlan SENATOR FOR THERE ARE OTHER REASONS ALSO A VOTE FOR CLAY KAUFFMAN FOR STATE SENATOR Will Be Appreciated Democratic Primary August 4, 1917 , I 9:30 a. m. The Youth's Chautauqua. 2:30 p. m. Delightful Muacale Caroline' Sparling Company. 3:15 p. m. Rollicking Entertainment Tom Corwine of Kentucky, popular with everybody. Admission 15 and 25 cents. 7:30 p. m. Songs in Costume and other Special Features Caroline Sparling Company. 8:15 p. m. Lecture Miracles of Electricity; Latest Scientific Discoveries illustrated Reno B. Welboum. Admission 25 and 50 cents. THIRD DAY 9:30 a. m. The Youth's Chautauqua. 2:30 p. m. Popular Concert Bland's Chautauqua Band. 3:30 p. m. Address "If We Only Knew" Helen B. Paulsen. Admission 25 and 50 cents. 7:30 p. m. Grand Musical Festival Bland's Chautauqua Or- chestra. Admission 25 and 50 cents. FOURTH DAY 9:30 a. m. The Youth's Chautauqua. Company. 2:30 p. m. Cartoons and Music Weller-Coo- k 3:15 p. m. Rendition of a GreaffMay, "The Melting Pot," or "The Music Master," Arthur Kachel, an interpreter of Drama with Exceptional Ability. Admission 15 and 35 cents. Weller-Coo- k 7:30 p. m. Crayon and Musical entertainment Company. 8:15 p. m. Pageant "America, Yesterday and Today" The Young People of the Community Directed by Miss A. Maye Conklin. Admission, 25 and 50 cents. M. S. BAUGHMAN FOR SHERIFF YOU'LL FEEL BETTER If You Will Elect John C.forPepples You Are Assured of a Square Deal REMEMBER 1 j GOTO Phillips and Phillips for CLOTHING AND SHOES STANFORD'S BIGGEST STORE IN THE COUNTY ATTORNEY'S RACE 9:30 2:30 3:15 7:30 8:30 FIFTH DAY a. m. Youth's Chautauqua Finals in Athletic Tests. p. m. Snappy Program The Original Alpine Yodlers. p. m. Address "Level Best Living" Dr. Ira Landrith. Admission 15 and 35 cents. p. m. "A Night in Tyrol," in Native Costume Amusement for old and young "Daddy" Grobecker and his Alpine Singers. p. m. Lecture "The Solid South for National Freedom" Dr. Ira Landrith, the Famous Southern Orator. Admission 25 and 50 cents. Singleton Garland for SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT August Primary Drop In and See FOR THfc BEST REMEMBER Coca Cola and Ice Cream Sodas Stop At J.S.OWSLEY Your support of him will be reatly appreciated by him and his friends The Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Prop. McRoberts & Bailey For Quality Boys' and Style in Men's and FURNISHING GOODS STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY J. H. COLLIER, President W. E. PERKINS, V..Pres. H. G. SKILES, Cashier T. H. BRONAUGH, Asst.-Cashi- VOTE FOR I For Assessor of Lincoln County Your Support Will Be Appreciated and a Square Deal Guaranteed James N. Cash W. H. Higgins WEAR GOOD CLOTHES to the CHAUTAUQUA SUITS, SKIRTS AND DRESSES ARE GOING FOR A SONG AT Crab Orchard Banking Co. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. x SEVERANCE'S When You Attend the Chautauqua Let FARRIS attends to your needs in GROCERIES Fresh Vegetables, Fruits, Nuts and Candies Capital Stock, $15,000.00 "There are larger Banks but None Safer" -- TRY- Purina Chick Feed Has Captured Our Town PURINA PURINA PURINA PURINA CHOWER for more eggs. CHOWER Doublet the Chicki weight in CHOWER makei early layer CHOWER make, early broilers 6 week SUNSHINE CAKBS AND BISCUITS, and AUNT SALLY BREAD 5c Large Loaf FRESH FRUITS George H. Farris E. B. CAMPBELL Phone No. 261 Stanford, Ky.