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SID MYERS SHOT IN BOWELS. No. 69. The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, August 27, 1915. BIG STOCK BARN BURNS Tkii Paper Stof Wtck - 'ym KripHa Om Yew Tia Latol Semtw Toto Preaytly ui uesdays and Fridays r ELIXIR SPRINGS. TAUGHT AT HUSTONVILLE The crowd at this popular health resort is very small Just now, owing Next Governor Started School TeachRing At Fair. ing in Lincoln County to the cold, damp weather. In Julv The large stock barn of James M. and early in August every room was W. D. Nicholls, assistant professor The South District Baptist Associ- In an interesting life history of Gover, about a mile and a half Jiorth- - of Animal Husbandry at the State ation which held its 113th annual ses filled and the season un to the nres- sociated with Charley Lutes in the west of Stanford off the Danville experiment fetation at Lexincrton. sion last week in the Pleasant Hill i ent has been about the average. Mine Hon. Augustus Owsley Stanley, demliorse and mule business in the south, pike burned to the ground Sunday who judged the best and highest pro- church near Gravel Switch, Host tiouchin is caring well for his ocratic nominee for goyernor of Kenwas shot through the bowels early in nighlr, and mention of the catastrophe ducing dairy cow ring at the fair the an invitation to next year accepted guests and no one is neglected. He tucky, in Sunday's Courier-Journa- l, n the week at his home in LaGrange, with the the was inadvertently omitted from first day, has written an interesting Stanford Baptist church. The attend- sets an excellent table. A large gar- - ley statement is made that Mr. Stan North Carolina, and his condition is first taught school in this county Tuesday's paper. Dr. Hugh Reid, who resume of the ring and the tests made ance was very laree and ereatlv en aen iurnisnes veeataoies ot everv said to be very precarious. No details at Hustonville. That part of the biwas out on his place adjoining the for the I. J. Prof. Nicholls makes joyed the meetings notwithstanding sort, while old ham and yellow-legge- d about the shooting has been received ography together with an interesting children were born, but four have Gover farm, was frightened to see some valuable observations and sug it rained almost constantly. Dr. M. D. chicken seem to just roll in. here. The first telegram which was passed story oi Stanleys hoyhood, follows: on into the Great Beyond. the big barn on his neighbor's place gestions, wnicn ougnt to interest ev Early, of the Stanford church, acted Crops in this section of Casey are received simply notified his brother. Mr. Stanley's first experience at a burst suddenly into flames auout ery cow owner. seven as moderator and pleased everyone fine. There will be a bumper crop of Mat Myers of the affair and inform- - inepresent who survive and expect to eight 'clock. teacher was in Christian College at be on this hanDV occasion it appears that the fire Prof. Nicholls says: wiin nis runngs. corn, and as is not frequent the ed him that Mr. Myer's condition was are W. S. Fish, of this citv, Dr. C. A. had been burning inside for some were onereo in tnis rinsr Ed. H. Fox, of Danville was elected case, the uplands show about as Hustonviller Lincoln county, where he very critical. held the time, wnen ne ttio the conclerk and J. Leslie Adkins, of Perry-vill- e, good a promise of king corn as the he taughtchair of belleslettres. Later Mat Myers left at once for North Fish, of Frankfort, E. T. Fish, of flagration it was discovered save any-- - for fhe wc rvn school too late to Berea, J. Fish, was elected treasurer. This as low lands. This is due to excessive Marion county, and at Bradfordsville, Carolina for his brother's bedside, but Mary L.Galloway, of Paint Lick, Mrs. thing. Mr. Gover lost a quantity J amount of butter fat. The amount of then at Mackville. E. of butter fat produced by acow is de sociation is composed of twenty-seve- n of Frankfort, Mrs. no word has as yet been received from rains which fell early the season He abandoned school teacnintr and be and feed of all churches located in the four ad and flooded the Green in him. A telegram came from Mr. Joe Mason and Mrs. Fannie Garrett, haythe building, his sorts but outside pendent upon two factors, first, the river of most serious loss amount of milk and second the rich- joining counties of Boyle, Lincoln, The hay crop is the best inbottom. gan the practice of law in 1894, reLutes Thursday morning that it was of Richmond! Both of the popular was a fine jack which ness of the milk, or in, other words Garrard and Mercer, and has a mem- Wheat was about an average. years. ceiving his license in that year. couple are hale and hearty despite thought there was little chance for Very Indicative of the unconquerable he valued $500. their advanced years. Mr. Fish $Hr. Myers' recovery, but another his 85th year and is as active is in of harness, atfarmine A large amount the percentage of butter fat contain bership of 5,534. The association Dot-so- little tobacco is grown in this immed- fighting spirit of Mr. Stanley, a story machinery etc.. ed in the milk. In order to get at ploys a missionary, Rev. J. L. em iate later that afternoon said he was rest- man half his years, riding a as a was destroyed. Mr. Gover suspects section. is told of a fight he had with another saddle of Harrodsburg, at a salary of tnese iactors eacn cow Avas milKed ing much easier. A good deal of old corn is changing boy when 12 years old. The two were horse everywhere he desires to go. that the blaze started from internal out in the ring in the presence of the $1,000, who, under the direction of Friends of Mr. Myers back here "at combustion. quantity of judge and the cows' milk" was tested the district board, the executive bodv. hands at about $3.50. Tombs bro- in swimming together, and hostilities liome" are very apprehensive and an- Mrs. Fish is 84 and well preserved. A fresh clover He had a in hauling big tarted when they began splashing wahay stored the barn host of friends throughout all this use. of the Bab-coc- gives his to the outlying thers are Milling aCo. lot to the fat by xious. A bullet wound in the bowels ter each other. Not at and thinks perhaps this may have had for butter Tester. the milk and but- k portions of attention section of the state will extend heartMilk the district that have been Casey is a great corn countythat price. use at themselves in the having good The is a very serious and generally fatal of water, they and there iest congratulations and good wishes. something to do with starting up the ter fat production as shows by the neglected in some degree in the past. wound. They are desirous of learndetermined to walk out onto the bank blaze. While the loss rs a heavy one, tests made by the representative of The reports were encouraging, is yet a lot of old corn in her barns. and ing the particulars under which he battle there until one or the other it might have been worse. He carried the Kentucky State Experiment Sta there was a net gain of over 200 in The timber interest is growing less Harry Jacobs Loses His Father. was wounded. It has only been a few "enough." membership, Daniel Jacobs, of Waynesburg, died 750 insurance on the barn and $150 tion was as follows: and the contribution and less as the years go by. Nearly cried nature's garb only the two asmonths since Mr. Myers was married In was increased by most of the all of the desirable timber has been cended Wednesday morning after a severe on the jack in companies represented Note First column, lbs. milk; 2nd to a beautiful girl in his new home to a level Hays Foster, of cut Mr. in the south. He has done well in bus illness of two months. Mr. Jacobs by C. intends to build athis city. barn column, percentage butter fat; 3rd churches. One new church has applied millsand marketed and saw and stave steep bluff, at theplace overlooking a foot of which was are few and far between here smaller and was admitted to membership. was 68 years of age, and was born Gover milk.i fat in iness there and the news of his trouat once on the site of the burned column, lbs. Bros... 6.6 1.8 .118 Maple Grove. One new matter of now. Considerable timber is hauled a briar patch, and immediately began ble and serious condition has greatly in Virginia and came to Kentucky f great interest to the Baptists of the through the county, however, some of to pummel each other. The boy, alBros.-.1 3.6 .41 shocked and grieved his host of from Greenville, Ohio, about twenty-fiv- e structure. it coming from Russell and even though not much larger than Augusyears ago. He was married twice friends in Kentucky. Bros...ll.25f 1.2 .135 wnoie state was presented by Dr. more remote tus counties. McKinnev is and Owsley, was older and stroneer. KEEP your barns and other farm and two children byjiis first wife are H. Wright..12.0 J. 2.2 .264 Bow, the financial agent, which was it was not long before the latter the nearest shipping point. 5- -J. property always protected bv insur still living, a daughter in Richmond, H. Wright....l7.25t 2.0 .345 the establishment of an orphan's HUSTONVILLE. he was no Ind., and Harry Jacobs, the monu ing in the companies represented bv J. L. Beazley....l6.06i ? 3.6 .r78 home for the state at large, "The The pikes in this county are not in realized that opponent. match, physiKentucky Baptists' Children's Home" good condition. About the worst is cally for his Cleve Dunn, of Nashville, Tenn., ment man of this city. His last wife Jesse D. Wearen, the Insurance Man, A. C. Hill 10.06 4.0 .402 Although eyes were arrived home Tuesday on a visit to was Miss Lucy McMullin and to them oi Stanford. 68-- 1 A. C. Hill 10:i8 ; 2.2 .224 located at Glendale. They have prop- where the Casey and Lincoln lines almost shut, both his nose wasswollen bleedand erty worth $50,000 and twenty-seve- n his parents, D. W. Dunn and wife. were born seven children, four boys S. Hocker... J.1.25 4'.1 .461f J. come together, near this place, and Mr. Dunn is with the Southern Tent and three girls, all of whom are livchildren in the home. The plan was each county seems to be doing her ing profusely, young Stanley did not A Delightful Affair 12.06 3.8 .458 for a moment entertain the idea ' ing. Mr. Jacobs was a member of and Awning Co. neartny indorsed and ordered placed darndest to see which can outdo the surrendering, but began to cudgel of 1st Prize. The garden party given by Mrs. his on J. L. Conway has returned to Phil- the 84th Indiana Volunteer Infantry, the t 2nd Prize.noted from the above for. the list of objects to be labored other in pike way of bad road. The brain for a plan whereby he could win adelphia, Pa., after a visit to his son, and served three years in the Civil William H. Shanks on Wednesday It will be from here to McKinney Reid Conway and other relatives. A few of the financial items are as is too bad to mention save without an by means of nerve in lieu of strength. War. At the time of his death he afternoon, in honor of Mrs. E. C. figures that most of the cows enterThe plan came to him like a flash, inWalton was a most delightful ocas-sio- ed gave milk of very low Logan Hubble and wife, of Stan- was a faithful member of the Olive follows: district missions, $659.83; spired perhaps by desperation. The day was a perfect one and for instance": No. 3 testedbutter fat, state missions, $636.13; home mis- oath. guests Tuesday of her Baptist church and died in the hope ford, were the only 1.2 Willis T. Coulter, one of the hest Remembering the briar patch at the parents, Mr. and Mrs. emmet McCor-mac- k. of a resurrection at the last day the garden a lovely setting for such per cent., No. 1. 1.8 per cent, Nos. sions, $946.26; foreign missions, men in the county, is lying at death's foot of the bluff, young Stanley ceasa pleasing company. Miss Susan 4 and 8, 2.2 per cent. These low tests when God shall call forth his sleepThe total financial statement door at his home in North Middle-bur- ed to squirm for moment, wrapped E. B. Powell is still very feeble. ing saints from their graves to give Fisher Woods in her usual eenial without question were due to the fact was $21,762.74. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dedman and them the promised reward for serving manner presided at the punch bowl. that the cows were nervous and exThe personnel of the board which was short distance from here. He both arms about the other boy's body and and then, with a mighty lunge, rolled family, of Somerset, were here Sun- him in this life below. He was laid the feature of the afternoon was a cited on account of the presence of will have charge of the business of other troubled with ailments set in. His death is over the embankment, taking his anfloral query, the answers to which strangers in the show ring and the the association for the year is as folday night at Wm. McKinney's on to rest in Olive cemetery. formed an acrostic the name of unusual condition in which they were lows: I. M. Gray, chairman; J. L. Ad- only a question of a few days and tagonist with him. their way to Frankfort to see their Over and over they rolled down daughter and will return the last of Nice Promotion for D. S. Bromley. the guest of honor. Mrs. J. B. Pax-to- n placed for beine milke'd. resulting: kins, secretary and treasurer; Walter will be a distinct loss to the county Was the fortunate contestant, for in their holding up their" milk espec Brengle, C. S. McDonley. V. Freeman. he has made better by having lived the bluff, their naked bodies held the week. David S. Bromley, junior member close together by the Our electric light plant is being ofthe local insurance firm of Brom- which she received a xasset of beauti- ially the last milk or strippmgs. In J. W. Beagle, J. W. Mahan, Dr. F. W. in all of his long life. May a rich re- Augustus Owsley's desneprate erin arms, and then ful roses. Mrs. Walton was presented the quiet of the bavn athome these Eberhardt, Dr. M. D. Early, Martin ward be his in thejand that is fairer greatly improved in looks under the ley & Bromley, has been appointed new management. Important changes State Manager for the Manhattan with a huge bunch of gladioli. The cows in all probability would have Lester, H. M. Shouse and J. W. Carey. than day. A loving wife sits by his plunged into the thicket of briars. bedside day and night and ministers The needle-lik- e thorns tore their are being made in the operation of Life Insurance Company, 6f New guests were then served with ice& tested a great Heal higher than indiJThe association will meet next year to his every want, and prays that he flesh in a thousand places, but young cakes and bon bons that carried out cated by the figures in the above ta with the Stanford church, and Dr. same. York. Mr. Bromley and famly will Some very necessary improvements leave the first of September, where the green and white color scheme of ble. It would have greatly helped Eberhardt will preach the annual ser- may be spared to her. May a merci- Stanley's jaw was set, and he did not ful God give her strength to bear give forth a whimper as he continued have been made on the school build he will have his headquarters. He will the occasion. had ..been milked mon, H M. Shouse, alternate. if the grip, and the loss that is soon to come to her. to hold the boy in a vice-lik- e guests were: Mes matters s!u.)les cows the jfau eroui.ds The ing recently and will add greatly to return to Stanford very often, how on in the the comfort of the pupils. School ever to assist his father, A. T. Brom- dames T. E. Baldwin. Walter Ben rather than in show ring; Middleburg and Yosemite, subur- rolled him over and over in the thickRevival Services at Turnersville. et of a million barbs. will open September 6th. A report ley with their local insurance agency nett, Misses Lucy Crook, Lucia Bur-naban Elixir Springs, are For perfect fairness in contests of There is a great revival meeting ting towns of with electric lights putThe battle, in a twinkling, had Hume, Bennett and Olivia Bald this kind a rule should he strictly enhas been circulated that school here. This appointment comes as u on style furwould not open on the 6th, but there splendid recognition of Mr. Bromley's win, of Richmond; Mesdames Will R. forced requiring that every cow en- being conducted at the Christian nished by Sam J. Bell, who lived sev ceased to be one of strength, and became church test of is not any truth to this report. It is high position in the insurance world, IjOok and J. fleece Kobmson, of Lan- tering the contest be milked out clean August at Turnersville, which began eral years in Lincoln county. Both which a Augustus nerve, strictly, in 23. This revival is being con- of these places Owsley came out hoped that all pupils will be at the and is regarded as quite an honor for caster; Mrs. Frank Jennines. of Jack at some time in the afternoon preducted by Rev. B. E. Watson, an on new life of have seemingly taken victor, the other bov crying: "enoueh" roll call on Monday morning, Sept. so young a man. sonville, Fla.; Miss Emma Noe, of ceding the contest. This" is the j.lan evangelist late and are growing way that convinced young Stanand Rev. David Griffin, 6th. . Hopkmsville; Mrs. Sanford Allen, of ollowed out in the ptreai Ene sh minister and song leader. The ser- nicely. Middleburg has an excellent in athat he meant it. When ley thev final Mrs. Bettie Fowler, of Stanford, School to Open Here Monday, Sept. 6 Millersburg; Mrs..G. C. Anderson, of dairy shows held annually in London each evening at 7:30. graded school and that may be one ly extricated themselves from the visited her sister, Mrs. Uriah Dunn Mt. Sterling; Mrs. L. E. Carpenter, of at which there is a cbntest for the vices are held cordially reason that that place is so rapidly briars their naked bodies were coverEverybody is The Stanford Graded and High Pittsburg, invited to at- coming to the Thursday. Pa; Mrs. Homer Carpen- best milk and butter cbw any age front. Yosemite has a Schools Mrs. Dan Traylor, of Stanford, Monday, will open for next session on ter, of Shelbyville; Mrs. Louanna or breed. Usually fromt30 of 60 cows tend each service. summer resort in Jason Lawhorn's ed with blood. to Sept. 6th. Supt. W. C. Holdam, .spent Wednesday with her parents, Golden Dawn, which is enjoying a ef Muskogee, Okla.; Mrs. are entered in tms class and tnere Wilson has been here all this week, NEWS OF CHURCHES Wade Oakly. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Dunn. liberal patronage this summer. Danville; arranging for thejopening, and indica- J. S. Wells, of daughter. Mrs. A. W. is an invariable rule that the judge Nathan Hicks is threshing his Carpenter and News has been received here from Miss Eliza shall see all cows milkjSTout clean at Rev. J. G. Livingston will preach M. K. Wilson, one of the hustling-es- t tions are that there will be a large beth Carpenter, wheat this week. of Moreland and Mrs. a given hour in the afternoon before at Pine Grove next Sunday at 11 A. farmers in this section, sold to Corbin of the marriage of F. C. attendance on the opening day. Supt. James H. An automobile party composed of Baughman, of "Hilltop." the show. This giveefasrery cow an M. and" at King's Mountain at 7:30 J. C. Coulter seven eight hundred-poun- d Oakly and Miss Mamie Soiltherland Wilson announces that the .children was formerly of ,fMr. and Mrs. A. J. Adams, Frof. and whovwere lp the first, f our,grodesare, equal-chan- ce and prJvfnte?cany un that night. heifers at six arid a half cents. Wade. Miss-"WaMrs.-S. Robinson nrotoredto Frankthis place and has a host of friends "Mrs. Bruce 'Entertains Rook Club , fairness in skipping one or: more He has a pair of good At the Presbyterian church serfort and Lexington and" returned by expecteda.to oe at tne college Dunaing here. She is the only daughter of W. Robert T. Bruce was the way of Shakertown, Burgin and at 8:30who m. on the opening day and to Mrs. Rook Club on Thursday hostess milkings for the purpose .of allowing vices August 29: Sunday School at muies tnat ne win sell at a bargain. W. Wade. Mr. Oakly is a prominent the an abnormal amount jof milk to be 9:30; Church service at 11 o'clock; C. were above the fourth mornMrs. McCarty has had as cruests Danville. They dined at the Capitol those are expected to be at the ing and, as usual, soentertained in a stored in the udder. E. Society 7 o'clock. her sister, Mrs. W.'B. Hill, of Stan- railroad man and stands high in are Hotel, visited the State Capitol and grade school building at 9 a. m. All most delightful manner. ciety. Both of the young people A good farm cow is a money Graded mornThe Rev. Joseph Ballou will deliver a ford and her son, Spalding Hill. They cm is nuns unu ineir many other points of interest. The party On will and will report a fine trip. The clouds with- grades until be dismissed Tuesday, not ing was an ideal one for playing and maker.there almost every farm, how- sermon at the Christian church Sun- drove over Sunday in the latter's wish them a long and happy inenos life. 8:30 a. m., are cows which are not the most of the members were present ever, "Hup" and while Spalding was on "The out rain shut off the sun and made return as "well as some guests. Mrs. Bruce profitable producers and it is im- day morning Neutrality." World, The ting some didoes for the benefitcut7th. Church Everybody of the drive ideal. MIDDLEBURG. had as her house guests for the occa-io- possible to tell always these boarders is invitedand hear this great to sermon. the Mt. Salem youngsters, the axle her sister, Mrs. Deatherage and by their looks. The best judge cannot For Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Newland, Jr. broke and it took him all day Monday J. B. Shoemaker, the spectacle Hustonville Graded School. The presence women Mr. and Mrs. George Leff enter- Miss Deatherage, of Richmond. A de- go into a herd of 20 cows and place young people of of the churchesand and most of Tuesday to repair it. man, was on the hack Saturday en in all the lightful and appetizing luncheon was them in the order of their profitableThe Graded School of Hustonville tained with a porch and lawn party Mrs. McCarty also had route home. on Monday, the 6th of in honor of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. served, consisting of a salad course. ness. He may place them according town is desired at the Preabyterian Mr. and Mrs. Ad Jones, as her guests will of Excelsior Golden Dawn is enjoying a prosperSeptember. Our school has made one Newland, Jr., and daugiiler, of Dal-- j Mrs. Bruce is also entertaining this to the rules of judgment followed church on Saturday afternoon at 3 Springs, Mo. ous season at present. Mine Host Jao'clock. Mrs. M. D. Irvine, Mrs. important change in the faculty. The las, Texas. The decorations were in morning a few tables at rook. Those in the "show ring, but after his placMrs. M. Grammar school department which golden glows and evergreens. "Games who were present Thursday morning ing the milk scales and the Babcock Cowan and Miss Nannie Wood are relatives S. Jones is with Winchester son Lawhorn tells us that he has ten regular boarders besides the transient just back from Montreal, and they for a week or so. has been so ably taught for the past and dancing were enjoyed. Those were: Mrs. W. A. Tribble, Mrs. T. Tester would tell a very different J. C. Coulter, who attended the callers. nine years by Miss Young will be present were: Messrs. and Mesdames A. Rice, Mrs. J. S. Rice, Mrs. J. B. story. Time and again we have seen come with a glowing message to all christians, and especially are the Stanford fair, says that the saddle Clarence Sims, of New Salem, attaught by Miss Lillian Mason, of T. D. Newland, Jr., Clarence Wolf, Foster, Mrs. James H. Woods, Mrs. this tried. The only safe plan is to young people urged to be present. stake brought out eight of the best tended Sunday School at Lanham's North Middletown, Uourlion county, Louis Kosiol, J. Kemp Guetig, Fred R. C. Hocker, Mrs. J. B. Paxton, Mrs. weigh and test the milk of each cow. Dr. W. W. Pinson, general secre horses he ever saw. A large crowd schoolhouse Sunday. Though there is Ky. Miss Mason is a lady of fine Patterson, William Eisenmenger, C. G. G. Perry, Mrs. R. M. Newland, Save the good cows and dispose of training and experience. We are in- A. Hardwick, George Leff: Misses Mrs. Lee Elkin, of Louisville, Mrs. J. the boarders. The best and cheapest tary of the Board of Missions of the would have attended the fair from nothing unusual about that he attends formed that she is a splendid instruc- Ruth Foote, Edith Foote, Lena Kur- - C. Hays, Mrs. J. C. Osbonre. of Knox- - way to improve a herd ia to breed M. E. Church, South, gives out some this section had not the weather con- every Sunday as to that matter. tor as well as a master of discipline. kamp, Anna Louise Newland, Emma ville, Mrs. R. A. Asbury, of Little the cows to pure bred bulls of heavy interesting statistics of missionary ditions been so bad. Harmony is not as prevalent in the With this addition to our faculty of D. Leff; Messrs. Basil JJoerhoeler, Kock, Ark., Mrs. H. J. McRoberts, milking and butter strains and save work. The number of members reThe Middleburg Deposit Bank, Republican camp in this county as ported on the mission fields four clever Dick Young cashier, has held some who are most concerned would 1914, the teachers will be the same Henry Anders, Joseph Wolf, Logan Mrs. S. M. Saufley, Mrs. G. B. Coop- their heifer calves. as last year. Miss Kate Bogle has Patterson, Sam Patterson, Julius Leff. er, Mrs. John Baughman, Mrs. Sam Good scales for weighing milk years ago was 25,210; last year it its own splendidly during the close have it be. The circuit clerk's race P. Deatherage, of Richmond, Mrs. can be purchased for a very small was 30,555. This is an increase of 21 times. The deposits hang around the in the late primary left sore spots charge of the Primary Department, Courier-Journa- l. James Harris, Mrs. E. P. Woods, Mrs. sum and a small Babcock Tester out- per cent. The increase was greatest in $70,000 mark and the bank's cus- that may require "skin grafting" to Miss Sadie Baughman, of the Third and Fourth Grades, Mr. Virgil Russell Bad Men Caught ,,In Illinois. T. W. Pennington, Mrs. E. J. Brown, fit suitable for farm use costs only China, where itreached 83 per cent. tomers have all been well cared for heal. of the Fifth and Sixth Grades. John Thomas Gooch and Bob Slick Dispatches from Paris, Illinois, Miss Essie Burch, Miss Mary Burch, $5.00. The testing is very simple and The Sunday school increase has been as to loans. The bank is proving an inProf. S. S. Robinson has been re- Sunday told of the capture of three Miss Sallie Mills Craig, Miss Mary Al- can be done with perfect accuracy by greater still, amounting to more than stitution of great worth to our peo- Green were here one day last week. employed as Principal. The music len Deatherage, of Richmond, Miss any school boy or girl, or by the far- 28 per cent. In China the Sunday ple, who wonder how they ever got They were returning from Liberty County, Kentucky bad school scholars exceed the church along without it. department will be in charge of Miss Russellafter a long, hard chase. men, Levisa Harris and Miss Lucile Cooper mer himself. where they had delivered a truck load The membership by nearly 2,000, in Japan Annie Floyd, whose efficient work for there "Surrendering to a dispatch W. T. Miller, the Middleburg buggy ot flour for the McKinney roller mill. by more than 3,000, and in Korea'by the past two years has made her most posse of said: deputy sheriffs armed Entertains at Tennis. Lincoln Wells bought several good Of Course; He Lives In Lincoln fifty dealer and blacksmith, has added un- calves popular both with pupil and parent. with pitchforks, pistols and shotguns, The Junction City correspondent nearly 700. George Fleece Farris entertained near Liberty at an average of dertaking to his business. He The personnel of our faculty is Milton Bradshaw and the Lawless at Tennis, on the tennis court at the of the Danville Messenger visited a Rev. L. C. Kelly, pastor of the Bap cured a hearse and can care has se- $22 per head. funfor strong, and we feel sure that our paCollege huildinp- on Tnesdnv ATi Mrs. McD. Fogle spent several prominent farmer of the. West End of tist church, Campbellsville, dedicated trons will do well to continue with brothers, three men wanted on crim- Farris, who is the sen of Mr. and Lincoln last week, and wrote the fol- the new Baptist church, this place erals on short notice. days of last week ivtn her parents. Ky., inal Rev. John A. Woods, of Somerset, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Murphy at us, and thus help us to make the year were charges in Russell county, elud- Mrs. George H. Farris, of this city, lowing in his next letter to that good last Sunday. The building was crowd1915 the best in our nistory. Our ing arrested here today after trio proved himself a charming and en- paper- - Mrs. D. C. T. Grabbs, Mrs. ed ancLmany could not gain entrance. has been a guest at Elixir, having The three School Board has been making some was arrest for a hay years. the coun- tertaining host. A number of games H. L. Ewing, Mr. and Mis. E. L. It goes without saying that all obliga- come here for rheumatism. He was in Those who attended the associa trailed to loft in much-neede- d improvements to the try near here, and fought from be- were played for those who did not Grubbs, Mrs. Wm. Mctiirr and chil- tions were met before the discourse. bad shape when he arrived but left tion at Eubank speak in the highest building. When the children return hind bales of hay. As the deputies wish to play tennis. After an hour dren. 12 in number, and Mr. D. A. Mr. Kelly is a strong preacher, has a Wednesday waiking like a youth of terms of the Eubank people. e. on the 6th of September they will mt. wooas is a cousin Sheriff' J. D. Taylor was here Sun or so refresh- Young, of Lexington, and Miss Sallie very pleasing delivery, captivating twenty-iivfugitives hardly recognize the place as the advanced the and were dropped down ments of merriment elaborate who had Gaddis were the guests cf Mr. and the large throng as he told of the of Mr. E. P. Woods, of Lincoln coun-t- day. were served. Those trapped. Depa hay chute and used to attend school at Stansame. All children should enter and uty Sheriff J. L. Mann and G. Wool-dridg- the pleasure of being present were: Mrs. D. B. Fox Tuesday. While going great work that is being done by the We see no reason why any demoenroll on the first day of school. Kath-erin- e over the vineyard there, crops of soy Baptist in the Rustell Creek Associa- ford. He lived for some time in the crat should scratch Stanley for Morof Jamestown, Ky., arrived Miss Jane Hocker, Miss Mary of Board of Educa- in the city and took tion. The people of Columbia and es- Woods home and is well acquainted row. Their views on the liquor quesHocker, Miss Bettie McCann beans, cucumbers, sugar cane, tion, Faculty and parents makes a men. Several months charge of the Perry, Miss Mary Bennett, of Richwater melons, pecially the Baptists are proud of with many Lincoln county people. He tion are identically tne same. In other ago the three good school.- Let us have an encour-- men figured, Miss Margaret magnificent edi- is also a close friend and a great ad- words it is a six of one half dozMiss radishes and lettuce, besides grapes their church, 'a aging opening on Monday, Septem- riding raid in it is chargedofinthe night mond, Elizabeth Bright, Shanks, Sophie and peaches were seen in one field, fice, and they area more than gratifi- mirer of Dr. M. D. Early, pastor of en of the other, and and looks like it Miss which five band Sarah 68-- 1 ber 6th, 1915. of your city. were shot, and both of the Lawless Saunders, Miss Sadie Wearen, Miss and corn, clover, potatoes, oats and ed, knowing that all obligations have the Baptista churchold gentleman Rev. swapping the "devil for the witch" Woods is fine and which is not profitable trading. Bemillet, and an .abundance of apples, been met. Columbia News. Kboys were wounded. The shooting Annette Wearen, Miss Annie a democrat of the right sort. He was sides Hon. James D. Black and the McGuf fey Sryant. Craig, William Tate, Joe walnuts, hickory nuts 'and persimresulted in an attempt to take twenty-tvery warm for McChesney, but is a candidates for the other minor state Lonnie A. Bryant, of Pulaski hree DAVIS STORE. barrels of whisky, ifc is Grimes, Joe Ballou, Earl Bauerhman. mons and chestnuts were also found. Stanley man now teeth and toe nail. offices might suffer in consequence county and Miss Bessie McGuffey, of claimed. Bradshaw had been arrest- James Baughman, Henry Baughman, Mr. Fox treated th& crowd to five Richard Harris sold some hogs to Among the recent arrivals at Elix- of an attempt to scratch the head of this county, were joined heart and ed before, but escaped from the and George Fleece Farris. of the sweetest, juciest water melons hand here on the 21st. by Supt. Gar- Courthouse during his trial. He also ir are: Mr. J. P. Williams, wife and the ticket. and all of the largest, mellowest and G. D. Boone for $22. Blush apples A party of lads from the Grove Rev. Thorton, of Preachersville, daughter, of Lawrenceburg. Mr. Mc- land Singleton. blushingest Maiden is wanted on a criminal charge of asDixie Rook Chib Entertained. saulting Nina Tiller, a twelve-year-ol- d One of the pretty entertainments they could eat. The spring house was has been holding a protracted meeting Williams is-- a prominent buggy and section made a rough house at a box supper at a school nouse on Bastin The Byplay Minstrels. girl. Officers say Bradshaw is of the week was the party given the found full of milk and butter that at Ephesus church. Large crowds at- implement dealer of his city. The apple crop this year is the Creek Thursday night. It is said that "Mr. Interlocutor, can you tell me wanted on a charge of burning the Dixie Rook Club and some other so many Danville people get to eat, tended. Eleven additions. Farmers have begun to cut their heaviest in the recollection of the women fainted, children screamed and the difference between a palmist and barn of a neighbor, KoUert Antle, guests on yesterday afternoon by Miss and all departed in the late afternoon oldest inhabitant. This means apples the festivities were brought to an end and that he was trailed to his home Lucy Lee Walton at her home on feeling much better for the hospital- tobacco. a bartender?" Mrs. Nancy J. McKinney, of Gar green and dried and preserves for in short order, George Bastin, the "No, Mr. Bones, I cannot. Will you by bloodhounds but later escaped. Lancaster street." Miss Walton waa ity of their host and hostess and the Police found that the Lawless bro- assisted in entertaining by her mother outing that ;these city folks nad had. rard, is visiting relatives in this sec next winter and an abundance of trustee went early Friday morning elucidate the difference sweetcider n'ow. There is no brandy and had warrants issued for seven o "We go to the palmist when we thers had many small shot in their Mrs. Walton and aunt, Miss Sallie tion. -. Griffin Denson. Mrs. Frances Turnbull, who has distillery near here to consume them, the lads and we will likely be able to want our hands read and we go to the bodies. Cook, of Nashville, Tenn. On arriv Ivan Denson, a fariacr or tlie east- been visiting relatives and friends in so they are selling mighty cheap. The tell more about it in our next letter. bartender when we want our noses ing the guests were served with de NOTES OF "CURRENT EVENTS. lightful f rappe. Nine tables of players ern part of this county, and ' Miss this section for the last three months watermelon crop is almost a failure. red." Cincinnati Enquirer. Dye Plant in Kentucky. Oma Griffin, the same section, were her home Florida. The blackberry crop was about the Representative T. R. Jones, of Cal- were present and a most enjoyable made one atof homt of Squire Si- has returned to Anderson inand Mrs. average. Postmastership Changes. Mrs. Bettie Kentucky is to have a plant for the afternoon spent. At the conclusion of mon Petrey, the Crab Orchard toloway county, wants a constitutional near There is very little political talk manufacture of aniline dyes, benzol, Nannie Pitman visited Mrs. August Dispatches from Washington say amendment permitting State Super- the game ices and cakes were served. day. Bartels at Preachersville last Tues- going on ;just now. Most of our peo- and other products contained in can-n- el William W. Whitehouse has intendents of Public Instruction to be that ple worked over-tim- e before the priday. Runyon Sprjadlin. coal. Cannel City, in Morgan Blackerby Farmer. been placed in the classified service eligible to succeed themselves in ofCyrus James- - and family spent mary in that line and are verji sensi- county, has the distinction of this W. J. Snradlin and Miss Zettie postmaster at Aliceton, Boyle fice. as Wallace Farmer, a farmer of this Runyon, a and with county, and Samuel B. Sanders at The Benz Brothers distillery at county, and Miss Ada Blackerby were Waynesburg 'popular couple of the Sunday A. J. Mr. James Chapell. quite bly resting athemselves whichgiving first plant. The work is well under other people rest, for Manuel has been they way and is being pushed with all posMrs. section, were married at Hubble, Lincoln county, they having Eminence has paid the government united in the holy bonds of matriare thankful. sible haste. A distillation process May 7, $50,000 on whisky which has been mony by "Supt. Garland Singleton at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. sick but is very miioh improved. qualified under the order of Lincoln Wells will meet a warm wel- will be used. Experiments have Joseph Runyon on the 25th. 1913. "equalized," whatever zr.az Is. his home Sunday afternoon. come when he moves back from Lib- been conducted during the past three Children's Summer Colds. Estill Rose was tried before Judee Thousandfc'of hay fever and asthIt is wrong to neglect a cold at erty to this section of the county. or four years- - along this line by the Brakemen Was Cured. J. S. Yankey at Springfield on charge Postponing Old Age. ma victims who are not able to go to any time because1 it weakens the Everybody likes Lincoln, who has on management of the Kentucky Block F. A. Wootsey, Jacksonville, Tex., or stealing the horse and buggy of Overworked, weak, or diseased kid- the mountains find relief in Foley's system and lays the sufferer open ly one real fault and that lies in his Cannel City company of Cannel City, writes: "I was down with kidney Creath Dean, who lives in the north- neys make one feel old before mid- Honey and Tar Compound. It allays tq attack from other diseases. vVet politics he's a republican. F. A. and the demand for dyes created by trouble and rheumatism; had a back- ern part of Washington c6unty.-- The dle- age. Rheumatism, aches and Land defeated him for circuit clerk, the famine resulting the Euroevidence not sufficient ache all the time and was tired of Rose on was. felony charge, to hold pains, too free perspiration of strong the inflammation, soothes and heals feet, sudden changes in tempera- but his home precinct went almost pean war has brought fromopportunity the raw and rasping bronchial tubes and ture and sleeping uncovered at solid the but he Foley Kidney Pills and living. I took for the clever man. the products. odor and other symptoms are warn difficulty in cause many children's eulds ir. R. M. Houchin will go to Anderson to sellis the largest The Cannel City was thoroughly cured." Thousands was held under $100 bond to answer ing that the kidneys need help. Foleyi helps to overcome known body of Dreatning, ana manes sound, re- - ;vramer. Foley s Honey and Tar Friday to look after his farm. He has field Foley " .tnu .eranu JUI7 " a "large, ot wo written similar letters. . tne ot another with- - Kidney .Fills make the kidneys strong freshing- sleep possible. Sold every- - f Compound gives sure and prompt re a fine body of land there and is get- cannel coal. The quality is very fine. Kidney Pills are tonic m effect and . t felonlos nte A large tonnage will be consumed and active. Sold everywhere. where. j ting good results .from kis work on it. regularly .by the new plant. .lieri Sold evey wn tre. act promptly. Sold everywhere. Pormer Stanford Man May Be Fatally Wounded at Lagrange, N. C. Sid J. Myers, who left Stanford about three years ago to become as- To Celebrate 60th Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fish, of Paint Lick, parents of W. S. Fis)i of this city, will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary at their home next Sunday. The occasion will be made a gala and happy one with all of the seven living children present and many friends and loved ones. Mr. and Mrs. Fish were married GO years ago in Rockcastle county, near'Mt. Vernon, but have lived in Madisbn county 40 years. To this happy union 11 BEST MILK PRODUCING COW. Interesting Sunday Night Fire Believed To Have Prof. Nicholls Started in Wet Hay tions Upon Observa-Thi- s WILL MEET HERE NEXT YEAR South District Baptist Association Had Fine Session inni three-year-o- ld n, Mc-Kinn- ey 4-- 6-- 7-- 8-9-- so-call- ed n. $1,-768.- 79. g, gall-ston- es out-of-to- m, de S ) three-year-o- ld n, re-op- en Mc-Mull- in, - v. e, on - Van-Arsda- le -- --- - v --. v Z v p -- "T'Jf . - .?. a V v... - . -- fMtH a' -- S- t jM - ?1 4t " vC--" , 5 V A. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. The Interior Journal WALTON & Friday, August 27, 1915. .s Are You Acquainted WITH THE OFFICERS, OF THIS BANK? Are they acquainted with your financial resources? & OLDEST RED MAN INDORSES TANLAC Filled Him SATJFLEY. Editors and Managers IN ADVANCE Remedy $1.00 A TEAR STRICTLY With " New Entered at the postoffice at Stanford as tecond class mail matter . Energy and .Louisville, v Vigor After Many Years. Democratic Ticket as a depositor here will be a strong aid in building your resources. This bank is now the depository, of many growing business institutions; it wants to be a factor in the progress of many more, and invites an interview with conservative business men who desire liberal banking facilities. An acquaintance gained through dealings The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky Governor A. O. Stanley. Lieut. Governor James D. Black. Sec. of State Barksdale Hamlett. Auditor Robert L. Greene. Attorney General M. M. Logan. Treasurer Sherman Goodpaster. Supt. of Public Instruction V. 0. 'Gilbert. Com. of Agriculture Mat S. Cohen. Clerk of Court of Appeals Rodman Sid Douthitt. R. R. Commissioner C. A. HARDIN. For Circuit Judge Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. PURYEAR, MARSHALL C. NEWLANr Circuit Clerk W. G. GOOCH Representative in Legislature W TCeenon. "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" Capital $ 00,000.00 Surplus $ 00, 00.00 Resources $500,000.00 W. H. Shanks, Pres. J. B. Paxton, 1 1 1 V-Pre- s. W. M. Bright, Cash. J. V. Rochester; A-Ca- sh School Shoes are headquarters for School Shoes for girls and boys. You will need some new ones for the little folks before they go back to books next week. Our prices are right. Come in and get all your children's8 school clothing and shoes from TE Robinson's: Place Your Order Now With The democrats of Louisville are fixing to have a nice little scrap tomorrow over the selection of delegates to the state platform convention. It is an entirely local affair and is caused by the bitter enmity of the crowd to the local city administration. Whenever that bunch can't rule, they want to ruin. Talk of opposition to the Stanley program out in the state is bosh. No democrats of consequence, who supported McChesney or McDermott have any desire to oppose Mr. Stanley or his friends in my program or platform they may want to put through. He is the party's nominee for governor and should write the platform himself if he wants to. So far as we know, in this county, which McChesney carried by a majority over both Stanley and McDermott, no McChesney man cares a rap whether he is put on the delegation to Louisville or not. There are some Stanley men, however, who are so narrow-minde- d and selfish, that they are going about the streets objecting to any man who was against Stanley being put on the delegation. Such a spirit and such is all that c?n keep Stanley from being overwhelmingly elected in November. If he is beaten it will be by such "friends" as these, who seem to take a delight in attempting to humiliate and "rub it in" every chance they get, on democrats who did not support their favorite. Most of us lUeChesney tellows, however, are too good democrats to let such small-lr- y influence or bother us, but there are a Tot of miirhtv good men who are n'o'jj and we would 'suggest to the intense otaniey partisans mat tney go a "leetle" slow, and not rub salt on old soies. Times-Courier-Jour- Among August 26 those to indorse Tanlac recently is Fred Meinecke, a retired hardware dealer, of 2522 West Jefferson, street, this city, who found speedy relief from chronic stomach trouble by use of the premier preparation. Mr. years Meineke, who is sixty-eigold and the oldest member of the Order of Red Men in Kentucky, said: "I was suffering from stomach trouble for many years. Finally my condition became so serious that I was forced to retire from business. I was unable to retain even the lightest foods on my stomach, and had the most severe pains imaginable in my abdominal regions after eating. I suffered from headaches, nervousness, and dizziness, and found it diffiault to sleep. "After being advised by friends to try Tanlac, and seeing it advertised in the newspapers, I decided to try it. I was astonished at the result. After taking a few doses my appetite returned and I found that I could eat anything I craved with relish. The nervousness and dizziness disappeared and my sleep became restful and peaceful. I no longer suffer from pains in the abdomen and head. "I can do as much work now as I ever could and feel as well as I did 20 years ago, before I became affected with stomach trouble." Tanlac, the premier preparation, is sold in Stanford at Penny's Drug 69-- 1 Store. ht Women's New Shoes to see them. You can look now, try them on, fit your foot, make your m selection, take them with you or we will put them away for you till you swant them. : : : : istcz m Black Shoes only will be used, in patent and dull kid and most ev- m ery pair you will see will be a fabric top; buttons and lace have m about an even call. 1 he shoes are beautiful and we bought only good ones. See them in our window this week for the old or youncr 5 with normal or very tender feet. : : Z m We are ready to show you the style shoes that women will wear this Fall they are on our shelves and we want you n J ft "IS - TPADEHARKaUSiPAICfTGBltKaiHCCIWIff , J Boney Adams, a negro, charged with procuring liquor for Jake Robinson, also colored, on the first day of the fah', was acquitted in county court Thursday. He produced two witnesses who swore that he did not get the booze, according to the COMMISSIONER'S SALE. McRoberts & Bailey. lo-fi- ig I Lincoln Circuit Court. E. G. Baugh, Admr., Etc., Plaintiff Uate of Ohio. City sf Tile Jo. Lneas County, ss. Notice of Sale vs. Frank J. Cheney maces oatt that be i senior J. Cbeney & Co., ..Defendants fartner of tue firm of P. of Toledo. County end Annie Wade, etc., City Pursuant to a judgment ordered in Statebusiness in the thit said firm will pay aforesaid, and DOLLARS of the Lincoln Circuit Court in above the sum everyONE HUNDRED that cannot for be case of Catarrh -- styled action at its November Term, 1914, the undersigned Commissioner will on MONDAY, W. H. Hi ggins for a Superior Grain Brill, Disc Harrow or Oliver Chill Plow practically admitted that republican chances of defeating Woodrow Wilson next year had gone glimmering since his masterly conduct of this nation's destinies during the troublous war times uervadiner the world. And yet Marse Henry continues to tear his hair and do everything but actually demand that the country be plunged into the conflict instanter. He seems to lose sight of everything in violent hatred of Germany and its rulers. Fortunately the President is little likely to guide his course by the ravings of the once grand old man, but may be depended upon to steer the American ship of state between the shoals of slaughter and sorrow, if any mortal hand can honorably do so. Even so great and pure a republican as William Howard Taft in an interview at San Francisco this week, SEPTEMBER 13, 1915 (County Court Day) in front of the Courthouse door in Stanford, Ky., at 11 o'clock a. m., offer for sale at publie outcry to tiie highest and best bidder the following described real estate in. Lincoln county, Ky., on Moccasin Creek of Green River, containing 54 acres, more or less, beginning at a stone, gum pointW. 120 poles to a er, N. 13 small chestnut and white oak on a W. 57 poles ridge, thence S 20 to a stone, hickory and chestnut pointers, Clark's corner, thence with his line S. 70, E. 139 poles to the beginning. This sale is made for the purpose of paying the debts of the decedent C. M. Wade, and on a cred-it of 6 months, purchaser to execute bond, payable to Commissioner, bearing 6 per cent interest from date until paid, with Approved personal seon land to security and cure payment V same. This AugustC3rd, 1915. E.Jp. PENNINGTON, Master Commissioner Lincoln Circuit 68 Court. 1-- Notary Hall's Catarrh Cure U taken Internally and jets directly upon the Mood and mucous surfaces of the system, iend for testimonials, free P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. Sold by all Dru??lsts, 73c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. each and :ured by the use of Hall'? Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this Cth day of December, A. D., 1SSG. A. W. GLEASON. Seal. ttt3e Exceptional Store Values In Stationery 4, Here's What You Want The People's" We urge you to inspect this line very carefully as we have all the latest styles and best grades in Stationery to be used for general correspondence and for more particular occasions. 1-- 2, tise What Market Place AdverYou Have to Sell FOR SALE. Four ponies, broke and ready to start to school. M. S. 64-- tf Baughman, Stanford. FOR SALE 100 bushels of seed wheat. H. C Baughman, Stanford, Ky. 68-- 2 Penny's Dru: Store The Rexall J Stanford, Ky. lieiA-etaine- d FOR SALE. 300 bushels of barley seed at- 80 cents per bushel. Dan Traylor, Stanford, R. F. D. 4. 68tf - We Have The Goods And Make The Prices. See Us. ASK ABOUT THE RUBY BALL BEARING SEWING MACHINE, TO BE GIVEN AWAY, AUGUST 2nd. SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL PRODUCE. : : V ' . just voted bonds to build good roads Clinton and Russell coutnies have GiHRRRRvJ Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. g Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. and Adair county is investigating the subject prior to an election. Lincoln county has about 200 miles of pike and 600 miles of dirt roads and there's no gainsaying the fact that they are in miserable condition, due to inadequate means to repair them. Whether the people want to vote bonds or not for road repairs is a matter they must settle themselves. They will have their opportunity on Sept. 18th. Good roads are in the air everywhere and Lincoln must not lag behind the procession. tits RIHRRRRH1 DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR OF Pursley's Indian Herbs 45 Days Treatment, $1.00 Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c, 3 bars 25c All on sale at The Owensboro Inquirer runs the name of Sid Douthitt for Railroad Commissioner in the list of Demo cratic i candidates, rre Knew - from lii.. returns mat oia was some runtne ner, but didn't realize that he was so much of a speeder that he was "deadening" over into Lawrence Finn's district and going after him too. ri A UNIQUE RECORD. Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Very Few Like It In Our Broad Grateful testimony for Doan's Kidney Pills, published everywhere is of itself convincing evidence of merit. Confirmed - testimony forms still stronger evidence. Years ago, a citizen of this locality gratefully the benefit derived from Doan's Kidney Pills. The statement is now confirmed the proof more convincing. Cases of this kind are plentiful in the work of Doan's Kidney Pills the record is unique. John T. Barnett, carpenter, Rowland, Ky., says: "I have used many kidney medicines in the past few years, but Doan's-'KidnePills was the only one that gave me relief. My work calls for heavy lifting and much stooping. This weakened my kidneys and caused attacks of lumbago and a severe ache across the small of jny back . I also had other annoyances, caused by weak kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills brought prompt relief." OVER THREE YEARS LATER, Mr. Barnett said: "I have had no return of kidney complaint since I used Doan's Kidney Pills and I look upon the benefit as permsment." Price 50c, at all dealers.Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Barnett had. Foster-Milbur- n Co., 69-- 1 Props., Buffalo, N. Y. y PURSLEVS INDIAN HERBS Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga.r FOR SALE. Privately 12 shares held July 12th, 1915, Hon. C. H. of stock in the Lincoln County Napresiding. ter Judge tional It appearing that a petition signed Alcorn,Bank. See or write to68--K. S. Stanford. by more than one hundred and fifty voters, who are free holders of legal FOR RENT. House and ot on Lincoln county, was filed in the of- Main street. Possession September fice of the clerk of the Lincoln coun- 1st, 191'5. Apply to M. D. Elmore. 68-- 3 ty court, and with the judge thereof, Stanford, Ky. on the 12th day of July 1915, for the purpose of submitting to the legal FOR RENT. My farm of 143 voters of said county the question of acres, known as the Root place, on whether the Fiscal court of said counSee ty, shall issue and sell the bonds of Stanford and Hustonville pike. meet Stanford, Ky., B. said county in an amount not to ex- me D. Carter,farm Thursday, or August at the ceed one hundred and thirty thous- 31. S. L. CARTER. t. and dollars, ($130,000), said bonds, to be sold and the proceeds arising WHITE therefrom to be used in building, will begin TEACHERS' INSTITUTE at Kings reconstructing pike, 30th. Thursday will Mountain, Aug. constructing and be Trustee's roads and bridges in Lincoln county, Day. Everybody invited to attend. and through territory hereinafter G. Singleton, Supt. 68-- 2 designated by the Fiscal court, and the court being sufficiently advised, SALE. One good work FOR now orders that said election be held mare, six years old; is perfectly safe at the time and for the purpose stat- for women and children to ride and ed in said petition, and that Jas. G. drive; not afraid of autos, trains or Weatherford, Sheriff of Lincoln anything else; will work anywhere; county, be and he is hereby directed in foal by good jack. See or phone Maywood, Ky. to cause a poll to be opened and an Clarence Rambo, 69 tf. election to be held in the county of Phone 8 31 F. Lincoln on the 18th day of September, 1915. GRASS I have two boundaries of And he will cause the polls to be fine grass, one 100 acres and the opened in each and all of the voting other 75; will pasture any sort of precincts in said county; and he is stock at reasonable rates; tins grass directed to advertise said election has had no stock on it this ycai ; Hustonand the object thereof at least 30 plenty of water. L. C. Dunn,ii?-t- f. ville. days next before the day thereof in some newspaper having the largA. S. PRICE DENTIST est circulation in the county, also by printed hand bills posted up at not Hours, S to 4 o'cloci less than four public places, in each voting precinct in the county and at Office Over Shugar's Drug Store the court house door. All legal voters of said county shall be privileged to M. S. HATFIELD vote at said election. Fos2. C8-3- NOTICE OF ELECTION. Regular term Lincoln county court ALL who are indebted to Ly&n's Cash Store will please call and set68-- 1 tle at once. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. :::::::: Go To Farris' For Your Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. Look! Look! Look ! SAY! Please Call and Pay Your Account. You will feel Better and I Know I Will. T. D. NEWLAND, A Copy: STANFORD, KY I. I A Car of Lehigh Just Arrived We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement at our warehouse. If you are in the market for cement this is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. ) of Lincoln county court. Pursuant to the above order of the Lincoln County Court, an election will be held in Lincoln county, at all the voting precincts thereof, on Saturday, September 18, 1915, between the hours of 6 A. M., and 4 P. M., and all legal voters of said Lincoln county will be permitted to vote at said election, and at which election the following question will be submitted: "Are you in favor of issuing $130,000 in bonds for the purpose of building roads and bridges?" Witness my hand as sheriff this the 10 day of August, 1915. J. G. WEATH ERFORD, Sheriff of Lincoln county. Attest: G. B. COOPER, Clerk Office DENTIST Wheeler's Opposite Hustonville, Kentucky Store 68-24- p Nice Farm For Sale Privately. I desire to sell privately my farm of 25 acres, known. as the Obe Anderson place, located in sight of Tur-nersvill- GET READY FOR THE FAIRS You will need Shirts, Collars, Ties and perhaps a Palm Beach Suit We have them. e, house and good big stock or tobacco barn, cribs, hen houses and good pair stock scales on pike. Land is in good state of cultivation, most all in grass now. Well and cistern in yard. A bargain r sold at once. Terms to suit purchaser. Granville Lutes, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 5. and improved with a six-roo- m W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard Kentucky INSURE Your Property in the . LliIIWIcement , Pure Apple Cider Fresh From Press, "For Sale 20c Per Gallon. Will fill your barrel with fifty gallons of cider for $5.00, or will furnish, barrel for $1 extra. Apply H. F. EWING (Grubb's Place) Shelby City, Ky. J. C. M'Clary J. L. Beazley & Co has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving contracts throughout the country a good test of its reliability., It will give you the best satisfaction in your concrete work. Come in and let us figure on your requirements. FOR SALE BY J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. HARRY JACOBS Manufacturers and Dealers in High - Class Monuments. Original Designs and Prompt Service Guaranteed Quality Connections at all Granite and Marble Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. Closed' oa Saturdays pkone 164 .- Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SAUN & SMITH, Agents () - Stanford, Kentucky UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEI Offlct Phtnt 117. STANFORD :' i KENTUCKY STJ4F0RD, Htnw PhtM KENTUCKY. AND EMBALMER Furniture, Matting, Rugs, Furniture IK Exchanged for all Kinds of Stock. STANFORD. KY. PHONE 42 UNDERTAKER ' 1 " - - --r- r- " ,- bt -- -- - ,.,! 1 i "i.-- r it ""T f ? ' v A c- - '- ' V The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, August 27, 1915. i ; I Come and do your Banking Business with us, and we will show you that our methods are up to date in every respect, Misses Laura and Claudia Carter are the guests of Mrs. M. M. Phillips at Crab Orchard. Miss Hazel Herbert, of London, was the attractive guest of Misses Pearl and Grace Fields. Of Mrs. Chappell, of Five Tears1 Mrs. J. G. Weatherford returned home yesterday after spending sev eral weeks in .Nashville. Standing, Relieved by Cardoi. Mrs. J. W. Acey went to Lancaster Thursday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes; Mr. Mack Mobley. of McKmney, Mt. Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chap- was the guest of friends here last pell of this town, says: "I suffered foi SEVERE PUNISHMENT You are sure of long service and the highest degree of comfort, if you buy the Children's Shoes Red Goose School Shoe I w& and that the officers are competent, polite and obliging. Capital and Surplus $78,500. First National Bank Stanford, .Ky. ,"What experience in selling all kinds leads ua to always recommend People Ask Us is the best laxative"? Years of as the safest, surest and most satisfactory. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Penny's Drug Store. Personal and Social Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McAlister, Jr., visited relatives in Ricomond Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Severance is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Alice Pickett at Shelbyville. Miss Allie Yantis, of Lancaster, Mrs. Bohon Campbell. Mrs. Marvin Merkle, of Louisville, who has been the guest of her cousin, is the guest of her friend, Mrs. C. Miss Lottie Carson returned Hays Foster. A. T. Bromley went to Mt. Vernon Tuesday on business. Miss Nancy Yeager spent Monday in Lancaster with Mrs. Hugo Bolin. B. D. Holtzclaw, was able to attend court day at Lancaster Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Acey spent Monday in Lancaster with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Siugnes. Mrs. Jennie Embry, of Lancaster, is quite ill at the home of son, Robert Emry. Mrs. James A. Beazley has been very ill at her home in Lancaster for several days. Miss Viola Beagle, of Hustonville, went to Lancaster Monday to visit friends. Mrs. Joan Ball has returned to Lancaster, , after a visit to her daughter, Get Rid of Scrofiila hope to gain perfect health until the How? Take S. S. S. Fifty Years' Use Proves S. S. S. Will Relieve Stubborn Cases You have noticed the little festering pimples on the face and body swelling of the glands -- soreness in -- the legs and arm muscles. These are the 6ymptoms of Scrofula. You may have some of these symptoms, possibly the taint of Scrofula infection. But in either case, it is a dangerous condition. Your blood is Infected, impure, and you can never impurities are washed from the system. If you feel badly all the tlrae.. you must crave health. If you want to feel renewed spirits, the glow of perfect health, bright eyes, clear skin, the knowledge that you are well, you can do so. Cleanse your blood by taking S. S. S. For fifty years it has been the standard blood purifier. It relieves the trouble by renourishing the blood, renewing its strength, and stimulating the flow so that the blood regains its lost vitality, and?throws off the poison. Even g But cases respond. you must use S. S. S. Take it for all "blood infections. ) Get it at your druggist's today. If you need special advice, write the S. S. S. Co., Atlanta, Ga. long-standin- is stomach troubles, and my punishment visiting Sabra Katherine Walker this relatives in Lancaster was more than any one couldftell. week. I tried most every kind of medicine, Mrs. Bettie Fowler was in Hustonbut none did me any good. ville this week for a short time the I read one day about Cardui, the wo- guest of her sister, Mrs. iJriah Dunn. man's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. I Mrs. Dan Traylor has returned afhad not taken but about six bottles until ter a visit to her parents, Mr. and I was almost cured. It did me more Mrs. D. W. Dunn at Hustonville. good than all the other medicines I had Miss Hannah Aldridge went to Lan tried, put together. caster today to visit relatives and My friends began asking me why I friends, Lee Rupley, the popular salesman looked so well, and 1 told them about for Sam Robinson, has been on the Cardui. Several are now taking it." Do you, lady reader, suffer from any sick list for several days. Mrs. Joseph Coffey has been quite of the ailments due to womanly trouble, such as headache, backache, sideache, ill for several days at the Veranda sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired Hotel. News comes from Crab Orchard feeling? that Col. John Robinson, one' of the K so, let us urge you to give Cardui a of trial. We feel confident it will help you, proprietors ill the Springs hotel, has been very for several days. just as it has a million other women in Mr. Alex Denny and Mrs. Mattie the past half century. Duncan, of Lancaster, spent several y. Begin taking Cardui You days here this week with J. S. won't regret it. All druggists. Hocker and family. Prof. J. W. Ireland, of Bellevue, Write to; Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies Advisory DeDt., Chattanooga, Tenn., for Steam who is conducting the teachers' inbook, "Home stitute at Richmond, came over FriInstructions on your case and Treatment tor Women," in plain wrapper. N.C. i 24 day for a short visit Tiere. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Elkin and chilA. G. Eastland, of Louisville, is dren, of Louisville, have been the guests of her sister, Mrs. R. M. New- here this week writing insurance. Miss Lucile Walton, of Richmond, uand and family Mrs. S. P. Deatherage and Miss is the guest of Miss Bessie Hill. W. S. Embry went to Louisville Mary Allen Deatherage, of Richmond were the guests of Mrs. Robert T. Tuesday to have his eyes treated. "Bob" Slade, the popular tea and Bruce this week. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Shanks, of coffee drummer was in town WednesColumbus, Ga., who have been here day. of relatives reutrned home Mrs. W. S. Fish has been visiting relatives in Garrard county several Wednesday. Mrs. Wm. Perkins and Miss Fay days this week W. H. Underwood has been quite, Price, of Richmond, ahve returned .. ... -. J Tk An 1"ITY1 TJ C O ATXX. ill for several days at his home nortn HIJUG Ull&l tl JlOtll IU "TC? .1 VJ. Xll- derson. of town. Dr. and Mrs. Burdette Ramsey reMesdames John B. Foster and Eliza Blain were in Louisville early in the turned to Paint Licx yesterday after a visit to their daughter, Mrs. John week to consult an oculist. Hon. and Mrs. W. H. Shanks and Bright. Mrs. Carroll Bailey went to Crab Mr. and Mrs. Will Embry visited OrpTinvfl vpstpvrlnv to visit "--- ' fripnflc Richmond relatives Sundav. j j " -- ...'"'" 'and attend the meeting that is being Mr. Scott Hamilton is spending several weeks with his brother, Mr. neia at tne inrisuan cnurcn. Harvey Wilkinson, who is attending D. R. Hamilton at Louisville. Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Early and Miss business college at Louisville spent Mary Early have been the guests of several days last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson. friends at Berea this week. Miss Bettie Higgins, of BirmingMrs. C. F. Bower and little daughter are the guests of her sister, Mrs. ham, Ala., who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cummins, has W. H. Worsham at Corbin. Mrs. James H. Baughman, of "Hil-top- " gone .to Parksville for a visit, to Mr. attended the reception given by and Mrs. R. F. Pittman. Mrs. R. M. Carpenter, of New Cas Mrs. W. H. Shanks Wednesday after tle, Ind., is the guest of her parents, noon and Mrs. John W. Eads, near Misses Gladvs and Christine Mer-'M- r. ritt, Of Louisville, are with their j Hustonville. Mr. Carpenter will join aunts, Mrs. W. H. Mueller and Miss her later. Mrs. A. S. Price and daughter, Miss Martha Sacray. Mrs. S. E. Owsley, of Louisville, Birdie McClure went to Crab Orch-wh- o has been visiting her sister, Mrs. tard Thursday and were the guests of J. B. Jones at Mrs Noe's, has return- - Mrs. R. H. Bronaugh. Mrs. Price returned that evening, but Miss Mc- ed home. i Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ri. Uads and iure remameu to maKe a visit. Charlie Green and a Mr. Myer, of children, of Shelby county, are the guests of friends and relatives here Toledo, Ohio, motored to this city this week and spent several days. Mr. this week. Col. T. D. Marcum, of Catlettsburg, Green, who was once a Stanford man arrived Thursday to be the eruest of was kept busy shaking hands with his daughter, Mrs. E. C. Waltin, for j his old friends, several aays, Deiore leaving ior tne to-da- five years with womanly troubles, alsc week. Miss I fe Heavy Calf, Broad Toe, Button and Lace, in black tan and patents; sizes to 2; prices $1 .50 and $2 1 1 e We carry every thing in children's shoes from an infants soft sole at 0c a pair to the largest thing that can be had in the growing girl's shoes. " We have a complete and full line of shoes for everybody. PRICES ALWAYS THE BEST 1 t , the-guest- Phillips & Phillip mmmm HUBBLE. s . . I i7X T?C??4- - .. I I nf mpptin are in nrocress at the Methodist church, being held by Rev. Davis, of near L.omsvuie anu the pastor, Rev. Hoffmon. Come and be benefited. Miss Lacy, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. Mabel Spoonamore and other friends of this place. Mrs. James W. Drye and pretty little son, of St. Louis, Mo., are visiting Mrs. L. P. Weaver and shaking hands with her many friends in this section. How fortunate we would deem ourselves if we could only claim her as our teacher again. Miss Effie Mcriecnme, oi is visiting Mrs. Jack Spoona more. Crops of this section are very pros pective so the I. J. realizes, why the farmers are wearing so many smneb. Some few have begun to cut tobacco. TViarp's vprv little sickness in this nart at present, this we should be,t very thanklul. A enriuc w W METAL SHINGLES & P &f Have lasted 28years. Stormproof in mars JFbr-Sal- e and Fir&DroQ-- all the while and still in tfood condition. f zneKinaoTrooryoiiwant. pKIAj bills: Use them anddo away with SS2V coot repair THEDURABLE ROW; iy WrnWM Y . WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. Mr. Jarrett Johnson and family, David Walls and family, A. W. Jones and Sam Jones and families and Mrs. Come In and Look at our first showing in New C ,; Fall Suits They are stylish and pretty. e tjf.The Coats are just right in length,-thskirts just right in width Prices reasonable. Card of Thanks. , Exposition. Miss Salhe VReynolds, of iMt.. VerWe wish- to extenil our urofound ,1 11 non, wno nas Deen tne guest oi tr j thanks and gratitude to those who airs, E. J. Brown, returned home Wednes have done all in their power to help day. us bear the great sorrow of giving Mrs. Louanna Holdam, of Musko- up our noble and dearly beloved son, gee, Okla., who has been the guest of Will. To Stanford and the entire Mrs. J. S. Rice for a few days return- c'ommunity, everyone having done or ed Crab Orchard Thursday. said something to help us bear this Mrs. W. B. Long, of Los Angeles, terrible sorrow. The shock, the long Cal., and Mrs. W. S. Bogart, of Cin- - wait and snsnense conld not havp cinnati, have been the guests of MrsT been borne alone. Especially do we W. M. Fields. thank Rev. Walker for enminc to us Capt. and Mrs. J. L. B. Coffey and' in the great time of need, for his young son, Shelby, left today ami nravprs ami fnr his InvP their home in: Frankfort after a couple 'for 0ur boy. The choir which render- e(1 beautiful SOngS Of hope and COm- oi weeuwiM nome ioiks nere. Miss Katherine Harris, who has fort. The pallbearers, his classmates been the guest of Miss Pearl DicKer- - and chums. To all who expressed their son returned home vlonday after-'oy- e with beautiful floral offerings, noon. Mr. and Mrs. Harris motored to 'To Mr. McClary; to Mr. M.lward; to Lancaster after her. an the friends who tendered their M,esdme,s Ste,ve,X,aug' cars for our drive to Lexington. , To Swift Turley and Qelland, of Win- - his room mate for two years at are sojourning at Crab Field Harris, for the beauti-char- d Springs. tful fioral design. The classmates at Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mershon, of Annapolis for message of sympathy yyruin, uyb rwuraeu nume aiier and anchor of flowers. The chaplain visiting Mrs. J. F. Cover and other on board the Ohio for his message of relatives and friends nerc. sympathy. The Captain commandMrs. C. F. Garnett and children, ing the Ohio for his message of sym Virginia and Charles and Miss May pathy for us and love for our boy. Warren left Thursday for Wooster,To the physicians and. nurses who at . .n..4- M. i. .H A. IIU.A n. '.tended our dear .boy in his last -hours of nppd xvVirt Vinvp pvnrpRPfi svm- MrS. C. HayS Foster and little nnrtv nv nc lnvp for him. Tn Hip daughter, Jane Murrell Poster, have friends who recalled invitations to returned Tiome from Pineville, where receptions. To Rev. Blake, of Lex-the- y have been the guests of her par- - ington, for his beautiful prayer and ents, Dr. and Mrs. O. P. Nuchols. words of sympathy. To Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. James Baughman entertained Harris, parents of our dear boy's her Sunday school last evening at her r00m mate for floral design and home, "Hilltop," on theSage of love and sympathy. To the Hustonville road Danville Messen- - . interior Journal and other papers for their many expressions of love Se,. Misses Elizabeth and Nancy Hunn and sympathy. May God in His inf ft Monday for Louisville to visit te wisdom bless each and all. J. M. their aunt, Miss Elizabeth Hunn. McCarty and family. They will go to Frankfort from there to visit their aunt, Mrs H. C. Le- I ... ! for.-ivrtrri- Slaughter, the I Mr. and Mrs. Webb and daughter noted poetess of Louisville, has com spent Sunday with Mrs. Reece Benposed the ioliowing poem in nonor ox nett and family. Mat Cohen's victory in the recent j Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jones enterprimary : tained Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jones, (Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Bennett, Mrs. ElHe's our Commissioner, you bet, mer Morris and daughter, Mrs. Fred The finest we have nailed down yet, Spradlin, of Whitley jCity, Saturday This fact Kentuckians are knowing, evening. Ice "creaih and lemonade And take their hats' off to Mat Cohen. were served and a pleasant evening jwas spent in singing. He has a hoss upon them all Mrs. David Walls has returned When bleak November comes this fall, from Casey county, where she has And while Republicans make breaks been caring for a niece who is ill He'll capture Commissioners' Stakes. with typhoid fever. Miss Flossie Waddle spent Saturday The Bluegrass folks are awful fluster- night with Miss Vesta Sims. ed Miss Maud McCreary and Messrs. Since Lexington is to be the mustard, each saint and Ransom Roberts, Tusco Sims and And folks up there, John Waddle spent Sunday afternoon sinner have picked the with Misses Gertrude and Mae Hun For once, ha, ha, dley. winner. This type writer is on the bum Because we've kept it going some, But whether coming now, or going, It's solid all the time for Cohen. ATve "Elvira Millpr In Honor Of Mat. I Elmer Morris and daughter have been attending the meetings at Olive. Miss Edith Walls, of Pleasant Point visited Miss Maizie Braswell the first of the week. Mr. and Mr. Will Reynolds and " baby of Waynesburg visited W. F. Sims and wife the first of the week. Several of the neighbors spent a pleasant evening at the home of 1. lj. .Bennett in singing ana games. Mr. and Mrs. Silvan White spent Sunday with the former's brother of Hignland. thirty-fiv- e young peoples About passed an enjoyable evening at the, home of H. Goff Saturday evening. Music and games were indulged in by -- all. JP An-chest- er. iSj None but the brave deserve the Fair, Or have the knack for getting there, So here's to you and all are going To pin the blue upon Mat Cohen. PARLOR GROVE. Sunday, August 22, was Rev. Wright's last preaching day of the conference year. He delivered three able sermons to his congregations and -- -- nl mes-beautif- ul in-le- We have Navy, Grey and Brown Corduroy at 50c We have Navy, Brown, Red, Plum, Light Brown Corduroy at $1.00. : : : The most wanted material for skirts Compte. Miss Jane Hocker entertained at OLDER BUT STRONGER dinner Wednesday in honor of Miss To be healthy at seventy, preparewat Mary Bennett, of Richmond, who is the guest of Miss Bettie' McCann forty, is sound advice, because in the Perry. Covers were laid for fifteen of strength of middle life we too often forget treather friends and an elegant dinner that neglected colds, or careless simply ment of slight aches and pains, was served Tt was litilp Martrarpt. DilliW hp ' undermine strength and bring chronic seven-yeaold daughter of Mr. and j weakness for later years. Mrs. W. R. Dillion, of the East End, ' To be stronger when older, keep your who won the first premium- in the Wood pure and rich and active with the and Floral hall last week for the hest ' strength-buildin- g specimen of crochet work by children. properties of Scott's Emulsion which is a Some confusion arose as to the ident- - food a onic ? amediane to keep your ity of the winner theway Miss Dil- - Mood nch, alleviate rheumatism and lion's name was printed in the list , v0ld sickness. No alcohol in Scott s. txoii&Bowuc.mooumzia..j. . of winners Jast week. I rJ Highland Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bright and Mrs. Seof Science Hill, were rena Taylor, recent guests to their sister, Mrs. A. B. Wylie. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Baker attended church at Olive last Sunday. Quite a pleasant evening was spent at the home of Miss Vesta Sims, Aug. 12. Games and singing enlivened the evening. Rev. Wright took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hundley. all wish him well wierever conference may wish to send him. Mr. Fred Spradlin, of Whitley City and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jones of Woodstock, were guests in the home of A. W. Jones Sunday last. Mrs. Jarrett Johnson and children spent Sunday last with her mo.ther at Chestnut Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. 1L Gi'f spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Jerry Sanders and family and Mr. John Osborne and family of O. K. postoffice. Master Porter Roberts has returned to his home in Whitley City, aftei a two weeks' visit with his sister, Mrs Sam Jones. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hundley and daughter, Gertrude were visitors at 5 rxnn&9i Ovoid was so nervous woman." ok 'V. K 0pJ2tfUiO7l4 For years we have been stating in the newspapers of the country that a great many women have escaped serious operations by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and it is true. We are permitted to publish in this announcement extracts from the letters of five women. All have been Could any evidence be recently received unsolicited. more convincing? I had pains in both sides and snch a soreness IHodgdon, Me. " straighten up at times. 3Jy back ached and I T I blood-nounshi- I SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI ' Sunday, august MP RETURN 29, 1915. Fagaly. Maizie Braswell. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morgan and Mr. Valentine Fagaly attended he Stanford fair last week. Mr. Fagaly remained for a visit to his son, Bruce Mr. J. C. Hundley had the misfortune to lose a valuable cow last week. Mrs. Wm. Beir is visiting her daughter at Centersville, Ky. Mr. Claude Waddle is at home from Berea. '. Born to the wife of jasper Sanders a girl. Mr. Acton and sisters, of Lancaster and Miss Anna Padgett and brother, of Waynesburg visited their aunt, Mrs. F. M. Eubanks and family over Sunday. Miss Rosetta Priveft, of Pleasant Point, was a week end visitor of Miss 2Sheibttille, Mrs. Ha.ywakd Soweks, Hodgdon, Me. Ky. "I suffered from a severe female trouble. hurt me badly it was finally decided that I must be operated upon. "When, my husband learned this he got a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for me, and after taking it a few days I got better and continued to improve until I am now well." Mrs. Moixie Smith, R.FJ) Shelbyville, Ky. Hanover, Pa. The doctdr advised a severe operation, but my husband got me Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I .experienced great relief in a short time. Xow I feel like a new person and can do a hard day's work and not mind it." Mrs. Ada Wilt, 303 Walnut St, Hanover, Pa. Decatur, III. "I was sick in bed and three of the best physi- cianssaid I would have to be taken to the hospital for an operation, as I had something growing in my left side. I refused to sub- I could not sleep, and I thought I never would be any better until I submitted to an operation, but I commenced taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and soon felt like a new 3 4 5 Severance and Son " ROUND TRIP $1. 5 6 FROM JUNCTION CITY -- SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. Ask Ticket Agent for Particulars H. G. KING, Pasfi'e asd Ticket Ageat 101 oxcjil: Dyspepsia Tablets x mit to the operation and took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compoundand it worked a miracle in my case, and I tell other women what it has done for me." Mrs. Laura. A- Gbiswold, 2437 East William Street, Decatur, ILL Cleveland, Ohio. "I was very irregular and for several years my .side pained me so that I expected to have to undergo an op-eiuuuu. .Lji;Lu.t3 sjuu. uiey iuiew ox npuung uiau would help me. I took Lydia E. Pinknam's Vegetable Compound and X became regular and "free from pain. I am thankful for such a good medicine and will always give it the highest praise." I Sg Mrs. C.Hr Griffith, 1568 Constant St, Cleveland, O. II T - . I J East Main St., Lexington, Ky. Will Relieve Your Inlbestion 1 Penny's Drug Sto ' Tour letter will he opened, read asd answered ty womamakeldiu strict coa&desee. mmWrite to LYDIA E.FIKKHAX XIBICIXE CO. (COHTIBEmAL) LYNS, MASS., for advice. V .V s t , i w - 'iA rsH "j " r" . - ,"" J vfiA ;j 3 m ii ' W J ..v 4&& VI r il. tr3 v.; V ' Mv r 'V Kf f -1 FA- '-, If ' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. W'i,?,-;- 5 Friday, August 27, 1915. bid therefor be gieater than the sum bids for the two parcels separately offered, said two tracts to be sold as a whole to the highest and best bidder therefor. If said last named bid be not greater than the sum of such bids for the parcels separately offered, sale will be made of the parcels separately to the person or persons who so make or makes the highest and best bid therefor. Said sale made on a credit of 6 months. Purchasers required to execute bond with ' ap- iVf'?- - "W 'is jf Farm and Stock News X JfcM ft KJffUH "v--j: Vt''k a uXa HOIl 27 ,22's Have the Call! -- shooting-to ' nmtniinitmn Whatever make of .22 rifle you shoot, Remington-- U MO Cartridges will give you better, surer results than any other f , in the world. Go to the leading dealer the one who displays the lied Ball Mark of Remington- - UMC. OO .lit.,,. VV of a sport, Remington-UM- C in tViA tvnrln the level became the fastest Pope & Robinson, of Garrard. bought of various parties Monday 90 calves at from $18 to S27.50 a head. Because Everybody Trisa It, EveryGeorge Peel, of Nicholasville, purbody Likes It, If s Painless and chased at Lancaster yesterday six Takes Sat a Moment head of cattle at $23.50 a head. to Apply. Young,- - of near Paris, Toliver d heifers bought five head of "Gets-It- " Is the wonder of the world. Millions at prices ranging from $6.40 to $6.50 cause millions have used say so. beIt. That's per hundred. what makes it the biggest selling Mclntyre & Moffett, of Bourbon bought twenty head of steers from Charles Duff, of Montgomery county at $7,25 per hundred. Cal Jones, of Bourbon, bought from Stanford Helton, of Mt. Sterling, fourteen head of heifers at $.650 per hundred. H. D. Frye, of the Hubble section, bought at Lancaster court Monday, 11 head of sheep at $6 per head from Green Gooch, of Waynesburg. J. H. Minor sold his farm of 100 acres lying in the suburbs of Perry-vill- e to) Mr. Smith of Arizona, for 415-poun800-pound Why's "6ts-lt,- " for Corns, Like a Kiss? of the respective highest and best Children Cry for Fletcher's corn-pester- ed csr' 450-pou- nd proved personal security, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, from date until paid, with lien retained on land sold to secure payment of purchase price, same having force and effect of judgment. Bonds to be payable to undersigned Commissioner This August 23, 1915. - E. D. PENNINGTON, Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Master 68 Court. Local Lady Loses Close Relative. The Owen County Democrat had this to say of the death of a close relative of Mrs. M. B. Salin, of this city: "This community is grieved at the loss of one of our most popular young matrons, in the death of Mrs. ffiSUHIal The Kind Xcu Have Always Bought, and which has heen in use for over 30 years, has home the signature of um and has been made under his per- -' sonal supervision since its infancy. rXrf--'CCCCitCyi, Allow no one to deceive you in this. FzsJM are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. J Just-as-goo- d" Kemper & Brown, of Kingdom, Mo., marketed sixteen steers averaging 1,579 pounds at Chicago at $10.-3- $14,000. 5. .22 the Remington-UMcartridges and he'll show-ou u. runes, oingie ouui, in a class by themselves for "feel, easy operation and consistent pertormance. ijiiuc-muu- XJ11 11 ,... wtiqt snnrtsmpn think about these famOUS -,- ..... C kv rnur home dealer and 3095 other! e a d i n g merchants in Kentucky Qnlr) Metallic Cartridge Co. Remington Arms-Unio- n Woolworth Building (233 Broadway) New York City WHEN YOU PAINT k USE "The Brand That Satisfies , lLOUCVlliE FAINT MF6.C0-- J H.&W.Pure Prepared Paint DURABLE PROTECTS YOUR BEAUTIFIES PROPERTY H . & W. Twt 1? 7 Henderson this season went to J. E. Williams for the Hopkinsville Milling Company Friday of last week, when Ben T. Kimsey, a prominent farmer of Henderson county, disposed of four thousand bushels of the golden ' grain at $1.13 a bushel. Hersqhell Baker, of Burkesville, was in Lebanon, a few days ago in quest of horse stock. He purchased from R. L. Purdy, a nice bay gelding for which he paid $350. From T. M Mamie he bouarht a combined har ness and High grade Paints have the analysis label on each a harnesssaddle gelding for $250, and mare for $140. Myer & Allen and McCormack & can. Demand and accept no brand of Paint Tucker shipped a load of hogs each the Cincinnati does not show analysis of its contents. : : : : from Moreland to morning.- They market Thursday bought the SHUGARS' DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. paying fromporkers in the West End, to six and seven and a quarter cents a pound for them. n, Reports received by Dr. S. F. State Veterinarian at Frankfort, are to the effect that blackleg among stock is prevalent in Nelson Shebly, Casey, Woodford and Breck-enridcounties. There is also an epidemic of cholera, the disease being prevalent in nearly ever county in the State. H. S. Caywood, of North Middle-towshipped ten carloads of export cattle from Paris to the New York market and shipped seventeen carloads of heavy cattle from Shelby-vill- e. The cattl in each shipment averaged about 1,450 pounds each, and cost from $8.50 to $9.36 per hundred. E. L. Lillard, of Versailles sold his farm of 267 4 acres near Midway on the Frankfort and I ox:nj.ton pike, to Andrew Hawkins, of Lawrence-burfor $158.50 an acre. It has an eight room brick residence, also three barns and ou buildings It is estimated that this farm has ;mJor its surface about half a million tons of phosphate. C. E. Tate and H. J. McRoberts hog sale attended the Duroc-Jerse- y of J. O. Duncan at Lebanon Tuesday. Mr. Tate, who is a Duroc-Jerse- y breeder, says that the sale 'was quite successful, bidders being there from many points, even as far off as Georgia. Mr. Tate bought a young boar by the great Superba for which he paid $51. One of the best prices of the sale was $105, which was paid for a spri.g gilt. James H. Yoweil, of Hustonville, sold a dozen head of yearling steers that averaged about 700 pounds to a Mr. Winn, of Woodford county, who was through the West End this week buying livestock, ibr. Winn bought in" all about 100 head of mixed stuff. He gave Mr. Yowell $25 ora calf and picked up a. good deal of stuff in Casey county. He paid Mr. Yowell seven and a quarter cents a pound for the yearlings. R. C. Arnold, a local stock dealer, bought up a drove of Jambs around here this week at six cents a pound. He got 11 from Will Feppies, and a small bunch from Phil Nunnelley. He d bought a heifer from J. N. Cash, of Turnersville at six cents a pound; a heifer from W. P. Logan at five and a quarter cents; STANFORD, KY. 13 light hogs from Alfred Swope at $7; these averaged 100 pounds; and six ofabout the same "size rrom Mrs. Bud Holderman for $36. . Paint works freely under the brush, covers surface thoroly to stay covered, also leaves an attractive appearance. Never use cheap Paint (the Best is always cheapest in the end) therefore ask your dealer for H. & W. Pure Prepared Paint and accept no substitute. nnlnlrlvnil (MVA j w m w w t'w corn remedy on earth today. "Gets-It- " will surely get that corn Or callus you've been trying for a lonjr time to get rid of, take it right oft "clean as a whistle." Apply it in 2 seconds, put your stocking and shoe right over it, nothing to stick, nothing to hurt. You needn't fuss with thick bandages that make a package out of your toe. No knives, razors and scls sors. no tape, no trouble. It's simplicity of the state. W. T. Tucker has returned from itself, sure, quick, painless. Try it also bunions Lafollette and Jellico, Tenn., where for"Gets-It- " and warts.at all druggists, is sold bought a couple of car loads of 25c a bottle, or sent direct by . he Lawrence & Co., Chicago. steers that ran in weight from 600 Sold in Stanford and recommendto 900 pounds. James H. Yowell, of Kustonville, ed as the world's best corn remedy 68 Dis has returned from Wayne county, by Shugars Drug Store. where he bought 38 head of steers "from M. D. Shearer at COMMISSIONER'S SALE. $7 a hundred. n stock Louis Peel, a Lincoln Circuit Court. dealers, of Nicholasville, was in Lan Edward Alcorn, Executor of the caster Monday, court day and bought will of Mary Ann DryePIaintifF ten head of cattle, averaging 400 VS. Notice of Sale pounds, for which he paid $22 per Evelyn Armstrong, et al....Defendants head. Pursuant to a judgment rendered Pope & Robinson, stock dealers, of by the Lincoln Circuit Court at its Garrard county, sold to J. N. Shearer June Term, 1915, the undersigned 12 calves at $18 a head; to. a Mr. Commissioner will on Dean six at $18 a head; six at $22.50 a head to a Mr. Clark and ten at $22.-5- 0 MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1915 (County Court Day) to a Mr. Wells. J. W. Badgett & Son, of Kidd's in front of the Courthouse door, in Store, sold to D. B. Winn of Wood Stanford, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock a. steers m., offer for sale at public outcry to ford county, two $120.50; two yearlings for $70; the highest and best bidder the folfor heifer for $43 and a lowing described realty in Lincoln one county, Kentucky, on the conditions cow for $50. set forth The largest crop of "wheat sold in and terms Gaywood, Smith & McClintock, of Paris, sold to R. W. Thompson, of mule for Bourbon, a " $135. Virgil Weaver, the expert bee man, of Falmouth, will harvest 35,000 pounds of honey this summer. This crop is perhaps the best in the history three-year-old TVI 1 m.vmj w 1 900-pound Saw ! fitR-f"Never in My IIf e IT In ill Anything Act So V Same Hutchison last Saturday night, following an operation for appendicitis. The deceased was past thirty-foyears of age, and leaves a husband, Col. J. B. Hutchison, three children; her father, May Tomlinson, and a sister, Mrs. Staiar Montgom ery, to survive her. After the funeral services by Dr. J. W. Thompson ur Oil, PareCastoria goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and. allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it lias heen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy ana natural bleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor is a harmless well-know- the First Baptist church, the remains were laid to rest in the I. O. O. F. cemetery here. Among those in at tendance at these sad rites were: F. D. Hutchison and wife, James Hutchi son and wife, of Louisville; Herndon H. Hutchison, of Muidlesboro; Airs, j joe o. Liinasay ana wne, W. B. Lindsay and wife, of Winchester; F. S. Greene and wife, of H. H. Winn and wife, Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Clark and Mrs. For-s- e, of Sparta." Car-rollto- n; at GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always BoagM In Use For Over 800-pou- nd 6Q0-pou- nd , to-w- it: that - three-quarte- rs Mus-selma- Try The ge Dain Sweep n, For Handling Hay Easy. Can Move Without Loading on Wagon. 1st A house and lot in the town of Hustonville, described thus: Be ginning at a sugar tree thence east 113 feetlw th C. K.. McClure's me to cornerof'Levenia Tucker and Frank Armstrong', thence N. 50 2 feet with she linev; West 128 feet to turnpike road; th'ence South 54 feet to z tne Degmning, containing acre more or less. This is same tract conveyed to the defendants, Frank Armstrong and Evelyn Armstrong by deed from Sallv Carter, alias Jones. The above realty win De oncreu ior sale to realize and satisfy a lien debt of $100.00 owing defendant, Bank of Moreland, of moreland, Ky., with interest from January 3, 1910 and said defendants costs; also to satisfy a judgment ren dered in favor of plaintiff by the Lin coin Quarterly Court and the Lin coln Circuit Court against the defendant Sally Carter, alias Jones for the sum of $100.00 with interest day of February, 1911, from until paid andi $13.20 costs in said Quarterly Court and 'plaintiff's costs in the Lincoln Circuit Court. If the above tract of realty does not realize a, sufficient sum to satisfy the above mentioned debts, then the following described tract of realty 1-- THE CENTAUR COMPANV H gw VOR CITV Popular Railway Man Passes Away. James R. Raines, a highly esteemed employee of the L. & N., departed this life Aug. 4, 1915 at his home NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. tect's hands not later than 12 o'clock at Highland Park. He was a son of noon on Wednesday, September 1, The Boyle County Board of Educa- 1915. The board reserves the right the late James H. Raines, who preceded him to the grave ten years ago. tion will receive bids for the erection to accept or reject and or all bids. eight-roobrick school build He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Gus-si- e of an specifications can be had ing, to be erected in the city of Per- - Plans andVan Dalsem, architect, MaRqines, his mother, Mrs. Paulina of W. S. be received for Raines of Highland Park and three ryville, Ky. Bids will with the excep sonic building, Danville, Ky., after a whole, the sisters and a brother: Mrs. Taylor tion work as heating, which will be let August 20, 1915, upon a deposit ol? of the Roberts of this place, Mrs. Nellie separately on the same date, and for $10.00, which amount win be refundBrady, of Highland Park, Mrs. W. F. which separate bids will be received. ed upon the return of drawing and Martyn and Shanks E. Raines, both specifications in perfect condition. of Luldow. Funeral servicesa were l All bids must be addressed toofMiss County Board of Education. Lydia Lewis, chairman, in care the ,.nf x.ia r.4- - v. .r.;Ann rMn.r Miss Lydia Lewis, Chairman. architect, and must be in the archi- - 69-i, n t rJUVoif r im; Highland Park Christian church the officiating, after which the Masonic Lodge took charge of the body. Interment was in St. Stephens m 30 Years r.. L. l-- Knott County Man Buys Farm. G. E. Francis, a Knott county farmer, has purchased the E. J. Griffith farm of 42 acres a quarter of a mile south of Waynesburg. Mr. Francis, accompanied by H. P. Day, a real estate and farm broker of Eubank, was in Stanford early this week having the proper papers crawn up. He will be here in about a month to take possession, and is well pleased with the nice piece of ground he has Small Farm for Sale. Contains 100 acres, three miles east of Wayaesburg. No residence on it, but has good barn and other outbuildings. Good orchard and well k25 ...MONEY TO LEND... On Farms in Sums of $2,000 and up. Easy Terms. Apply to Bromley & Bromley The Insurance Agents Stanford, Kentucky. 1 For further particulars call on or ad dress J. U . Smith, Waynesburg, Ky., R. F. D., No. 1., C. M. Long. 63-- 8 watered. acres in cultivation. E.T. PENCE, Stanford, Ry. 1-- g, Wall Paper, Mattings, Druggets. Our Line Is Very Complete. PENCE & HILL, Stanford. lot of Frank and.,Evelyn Armstrong, tnence east 128 ieet with their line to Frank Armstrong and Tucker; thence North 34 2 feet to a lane: thence with that lane 148 feet to the turnpike road; thence South 38 feet to the beginning. Containing 8 of an acre, more or less. Being same tract to defendant Lizzie J. Estes, by Sally Carter, alias Jones: If the hrst named tract does not realize sufficient money to pay said debts, in full, the undersigned Com missioner will reserve his action in ac cepting said bill and will then offer tract No. 2 for sale; and if the high est and best bid be sumoient, wheti said parcel No. 2 is offered, to fully pay the excess of plaintiff's said judgment and costs over and aove the amount so bid for said first pare 21. after deducting the amount of said lien debt, from said bid, then he will make sale of each tract to such high est and best bidder thereof respectively; but if said last parcel when so offered does not, on the highest and best bid theieof, realize a sum for the purpose afaresaid sufficient; in such case both tracts to be offered as a whole to the highest and best bidder, and if the highest and best 1-1-- 2nd A tract of realty in Huston ville, Lincoln County, Ky.; Beginning at a corner to Sally Estes and to the will be sold. - PUBLIC SALE Tuesday, August 31, 1915 Fine Blue Grass Farm Stock, Crops, Etc. On account of ill health I have decided to sell my farm of 375 acres, situated on the Stanford and Hustonville pike, 3 miles from Stanford, and quit business for a while. The farm is one of the very best in the coun- -' ty and is in'a high state of cultivation. It is really three farms in one and will be first offered separately and then as a whole and the way bringing the greatest amount will be accepted. Each of the three farms has on it a dwelling and good outhouses, cisterns, etc. One contains 83 acres, another 112 and the third 180 acres. These farms are too well known to make further description necessary. Suffice it to say the three farms make one of the very best and. most desirable farms in Central Kentucky. The land lays well and is fertile and1 yields well. ROUT & MARTIN, Concrete Engineers. 700-poun- 600-pou- nd Estimates on All Classes of Work. Block Work A Specialty. d and were given penitentiary Two "possum hunters" in Ohio county confessed in court this week I'm hurrying to make .that A Don't stop nie! CRUSHED STONE For Sale At All Times. Special Train Sept. 4th the last excursion of the year to business v Let Us Talk To You About S. Plumbing and Heating. Now Is The Time. house that is renting for $30 a month. It has two store rooms and 16 rooms I want to spend Sunday and on second floor. Located in the heart of Corbin, Ky., a thriving little city. Labor Day in the Big City. If interested write me at once. A. R4 68-2- t. Bennett, Corbin, Ky. Lv. Louisville, Sept. 4th, 10:00 p.m. Lv. New Albany, " 4th, 10:22 p.m. TO THE PUBLIC. " 5th, 7;31 a.m. Arr. St. Louis, I represent the largest arid best my new FARM WANTED. for Want to sell or trade for a farm, two-stor- y brick St. Louis The farm or farms will be sold TUESDAY, AUGUST 31st, 1915, cash and the balance to suit purchaser or purchasers. d At the same time I will sell all of my crops, feed, etc. This includes saddle stala lot of registered saddle- - mares, brood mares, geldings and other horse stock. A lot of catlion, registered, high-clas- s hogs, d tle, including milk cows, calves, steers and olds and work mule. Two good jacks 85 sheep, six mules, colts, two-yeand one jennet. Abeut 90 acres of corn, 300bushIs of wheat, 600 bales of hay. Will also sell all of my Farming Implements and Household and Kitchen Furniture. terms on tne personalty will be- made known on day ot sal Sale begins at 10 a. m. sharp and the farm will be sold the first thing. Dinner on the grounds and everybody invited. c for one-thirtwo-year-old two-year-ol- 60-od- ar - T. English, Auctioneer, Assisted by John "vDinwiddie. Remember the date, Tuesday August 31st, and come B. iv Warner & Bower, " Stanford, Ky- - . " Sft. &-- - clothing house in this Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago HI. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, ,:n; the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise you a "square deal. , You will get the worth of your money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples are now ready for your inspection. Call and let me show you. H. C RUPLEY, the Practical Tailed made-to-order country ROUND -- Tickets good to leave St. Louis on any train up to and including 9:45 p. m. Monday, Sept. 6th. iKir $5: W. H. Murphy, Stanford .I c 1 SOUTHERN RA1I3VAY f fee $ B. H. Todd, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky See Local Ticket Agent or write to rpA' I (j,,, i '- -, !? 'V'""- TT T T -" '""'' .. 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