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ULTIMATUM TO MEXICANS The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, June 27, 1916. -, -- fSi il v" ceipt or a Bill. What Does It Say to You? Is Either a Re-- - Tuesdays and Fridays deeply filled with water. The serCHAUTAUQUA DR. DAVISON A CANDIDATE BOOTLEGGERS geant held Adair in his arms, his NOBLE WOMAN $10,009.00 FOR face above the water until he died, IS NO MORE NEXT YEAR the wounded officer reviving only ON ROCK PILE Lincoln Has Congressional Timber, BUILDING SITE long enough to whisper orders to For Both Parties. leave him and finish the mission. Uncle Sam Demands Formal State Capt. Morey said that Capt. Boyd Mrs. Mattie VanDeveer Kirby Dies Assured by Action of Woman's Club Three More Gentlemen From Mil- Stanford now has two candidates Helm Gets Appropriation for Locawarned the men before the fight that and Guarantees Success of ledgeville Feel Iron Hand of the Tuesday Morning After Short ment from Carranza and Re- for congress in the field in the tion in Stanford Through Conthey were advancing into the greatEighth congressional district. Dr. Present Continues Great. Illness Funeral Thursday. Law Thro' Heavy Fines. lease of Prisoners. est danger. He reiterated that the R L. Davison on Saturday filed pagress Carranza soldiers opened fire first pers as candidate for the republican trench and from their machine-gu- n The wonderful success of the Mrs. Mattie VanDeveer Kirby died The Moreland Law and Order nomination for congress, thus giving Latest From Mexico. asserted that almost immediately afStanford county Stanford and at 6 o'clock this, Tuesday morning, Chautauqua this year has assured League again invoked the mailed fist second entry inLincoln present their building. is to have a govern :r.e"t Efforts toward LatinAmerican terward a detachment of the Mexi the at Sounds good; doesn't It? in the Mexican crisis, favor-'e- d cans circled to th'e rear and drove after an illness of a week. She had another next season. At a special of the law, and landed another right race, Congressman Harvey Several years ago Congreaemai Hr-ve- y by Carranza officials, collapsed off numbers of the American horses, been in very feeble health for some meeting of the Woman's Club held in the solar plexus of the illegal li- Helm, who is seeking renomination Helm pledged his efforts in t..-- fc men had been left to which a Monday without having reached the hold whilefew cavalry men dismount- time, the result of a severe spell of in the Chautauqua tent Monday af- quor sellers of Milledgeville. Lead as the democratic candidate being the and notwithstanda. to j direction grip, and contracted a cold which ternoon, it was v.oted to take steps by Col. John B. Dinwiddie, this fear- the other. stage of a formal proposal to the ed in line of skirmish. Opposed to Dr. Davison is Repre- fact that the city's population z. A less organization made up of the Capt. Morey was brought in by went into pneumonia. This did its immediately looking toward securing United States now in waiting for sentative Tom Neat, of Adair counin troops of the Eleventh Cavalry sent deadly work in a hurry and took sufficient ticket 'guarantees to con- best peoplehave that section of the ty, but friends of Dr. Davison say postal receir-t- are less than tK Carranza's final word in reply to the to rescue West End, secured the evidence standard, he has t r' Carrizal survivors after bunote sent Sunday demanding the re- having led a handful of starving, from the scenes of earth one of Stan- tract at once with the Alkahestsimi- which, they say, will put every boot- that he is certain to be nominated as secured an authorization by th. -an entertainment on he has the entire Hughes "machine" reau for legger who operates in their commulease of prisoners taken at Carrizal panting troopers forty miles over a ford's most excellent women. lar lines next year. Tho' all of the nity entirely out of business. And in this district behind him. Dr. committee on PubI.e Buildn g c and a formal diplomatic announce- sunbaked desert to relief. Mrs. Kirby was born in 1869. and members of the club were heartily they Grounds of are losing no time in going Davison and his friends in the dis- a site. This$10,000 for which tj : ment of intentions. practically insures, it i Made a Brave Fight. most all of her life had been spent in favor of holding a Chautauqua about it. trict were lined up solidly in favor the appropriation will be The force of the Tenth United in Stanford, where everybody knew next year, some thought that the r. -Tle War Department put new urgman who won the republican Three alleged bootleggers were of the ency into preparations for war. States cavalry, under Captain Charmatter of contracting immediately before Judge Bailey in the county nomination for the presidency, even ted in the Omnibus Public Bui1 r . , There were indications that should a les T. Boyd, succeeded in breaking and loved her. She was the second with any certain bureau should be court Monday, and two of them see- against the leadership of Edwin P. Bill, which is to be reported ir t formal break occur toward the end thru the line of the Mexican force daughter of the late D. W. Vande-vee- r, left open. They argued that the fact ing the array of testimony against Morrow and other powerful men in House in a few weeks. Aftei tr of the week every possible precau- under General Felix Gomez at Carrifor years a merchant of this that Stanford had supported so them confessed guilty. the G. O. P. That their foresight site is secured the matter of a extionary step will have been taken and zal, according to a message from city and its mayor for several terms. splendidly the Chautauqua this year, Brack Reid, a brother of These were was good is shown by nomination of propriation for the building u.. i; the famous Gen. Funston will be in a position to General Persing to General Funston. would insure them the highest class outlaw Charley Reid, who is still in Hughes at Chicago, and should such taken up and in a few short yea., Captain Boyd's men of troop C. Her mother was Miss Mattie Luns- - of entertainers next ' season, if the hiding from that ?3,00D fine and an unexpected calamity befall as the and probably less, ataniord will ra defend the border adequately and Pershing's expedition, al took the ditch in which the front line ford, also long since gone to rest. matter was taken up with several the other wis Jonas Ingram, father-in-la- election of Hughes and the return a government building of which sl: a reason to be though aggressive action may be de- of Mexican troops were intienched She is survived by one sister Mrs. W. Chautauqua bureaus, and that a seCharley. Each confessed of the Republicans to power in the will have very appropriate proud. M- -. and charged thru into the town of E. Varnon, of Asheville, N. C. who lection of the course to be given guilty. of that It is layed somewhat. Dr. Davison and his followers given Brack fine nation, Carrizal. Troop L, under Capt. Lewis was with her when the final summons could then easily be settled by se- of $50 and 10 Reid was jail at a hard would be right up on the front pew Helm should have made his home days in Congress made sweeping increases Morey, charged with C. Troop, but came. When her town the exception, as he did in th.s illness began, one offering the best proMonday in the interest of prepared- were outflanked and forced to take she asked that shelast taken to Dr. lecting thewas finally arranged, how- labor on each of four charges; In- when the dishing out the pie to the case, and the building will be a lastbe faithful began. The fact that he led gram. It gram caught it to the same tune. ness. The Senate passed the resolu- refuge in an adobe house. They at Brown's home on the hill, where she Frank Reid elected to go into trial his party in a losing fight as its con- ing monument to his efforts for h.s tion authorizing the President to least had a chance to defend them- thought she would find quietude, the ever, that the Alkahest bureau will furnish the CKautauqua subject to of the case against him. It was gressional nominee, would hurt him home people. draft the National Guard, eliminated selves from cover. noise of the street annoying her. It the privilege of the Woman's Club shown by the railroad's Much interest has already been a lot, you can easily guess not. The provision for $1,000,000 for relief of This news came to General Persh- is not believed that she thought her selecting the program. A large num- he had procured a totalrecords that Doctor and his friends say that he shown concerning the site for the of 19 gal dependent families of guardsmen in ing by courier from Major John M. mness serious, ior nau sne. sne will a vigorous campaign be proposed building and many locawere ticket the Hay resolution; the House added Jenkins, commanding a squadron of would have remained in the room of ber ofMonday purchases and guaran- lons of whisky since the 4th day of fore makeprimary riight, another last January, and a number of promthe in which they ex- tions have been suggested It is teed $26,610,000 to the Army Appropria- the relief expedition out from Colon-i- a the house she had so frequently said Chautauqua is a" certainty. inent citizens testified that his gen- pect him to win easy, and against hoped that one will be agreed upon tion Bill to meet emergencies in Dublan. Major Jenkins also an- she wanted to die in. But man proThe continuation of the Chautau- eral reputation in that community whomever may be the democratic and secured that will be satisfactory Mexico; a subcommittee of the Sen- nounced that he had found five poses and God in His inscrutable wisqua program since Friday's report in was that of an illegal whisky seller. nominee, in the final. Dr. Davison to Stanford's entire citizenship. ate reported the Naval Bill, adding members of C. Troop of the Tenth dom disposes and the end came-iA public building is a good thing the I. J., has left little to be desired. The only witness that Reid put on is at present Police Judge of Stanfour dreadnoughts, increasing the cavalry and one member of the H Dr. E. J. Brown's home. The remainder o'f the urogram after the stand said that was his reputa- ford. He is a brother of the late for Stanford. Let us all join hands number of destroyers from ten to Troop at San Luis ranch. They also Ever since Mrs Kirby was a child, in the promotion of and place the George M. twenty and providing for completion were horseholders, as were the other she had been a Christian and a de- the first two numbers, mention of j tion. Judge Bailey fined Frank to congress Davison, who squeezed in- credit for it where it it due. E.C.W. is from this district a which was made in last issue, has Reid $100 and gave him 40 days, of a building program of three years stragglers who have reported. vout member of the Christian church been fully up to the standard set by and Jailer DeBorde took the of years ago when the demoto instead of five. Increases for arseGeneral Pershing reported that and she attended the services of the the opening numbers. The big tent the rock pile in the county trio work- crats weren't looking, and who was MISS MINNIE YOUNG NO MORE nals and ammunition were general. the troops under Capt. Boyd and Stanford church just as long as her has been crowded each and every house, where they are now busily one of the real leaders of his party Miss Minnie Young, aged 23 years, Hurried preparations for the re- Capt. showed the greatest courage health would permit. She took much night, the limit being reached, of engaged in making little ones out of in the state during the greater part died at the home of her father, interest in church wo"rk and often course, on Sunday l evening, when no big ones. of his political career. ception of thousands of National and exhibited the most sterling did Green Young at Highland, Thursday, more than her feeble body well charge was made for the talk Judge Guardsmen are under way in JM .ra-s- fighting qualities. June 15th after a lengthy illness and No mention of the Mexican caval- withstood. She will be missed in her Alden gave. All of the churches disTexas. LOCAL CONTRACTOR A BIDDER after funeral services conducted by BUYS HORSES FOR ARMY. ry charge reported by the stragglers church work, in her home, as a neigh- pensed with services, and a crowd Mr. J. C. McClary, of this city, on Orders for the field hospital, am- was made in the Pershing report, bor and as a friend and the news of estimated at fromiU,000 to 1,500 Mode Nichols, promient horseman For Pike Work From Somerset to Friday, the mortal remains of this of Lexington, spent last week in bulance corps and three or four but the fact that the Americans were her death will carry sorrow to all who heard Judge Aldenfs magnificent companies of the First Regiment to able to advance and break thru the knew her. Mrs. Permelia Brown, who Boyle county, buying horses for the Lincoln Line Pulaski Sells Bonds. splendid young woman were interred in the Mt. Moriah cemetery- - For entrain for Ft. Thomas probably will Mexican line after the first attack is lived a neighbor to Mrs. Kirby for 35 Notwithstanding ,the very attrac- United States government, which has a number of years, Miss Young had Tuesday. Kentucky Na- beieved to give some indication that years, said to an I. J. repreesntative be issued directed that $10,000,000 worth of Two hundred and fifty thousand been a member of the Mt. Moriah tive and entertaining musical fea- horses and mules be purchased imtional Guards will be hurried to the the charge was checked. this morning: "I have lost my best tures which have been provided, and of the $300,000 Pulaski county road Methodist church, and her faith grew mediately for military service of mobilization camp as fast as the According to stories told by the friend. Mattie Kirby was high-tone- d other forms of amusement and enter- the country. the prospective break bonds were sold Friday to James E. brighter as she saw the end apgounds can be prepared to receive five men found at San Luis ranch, and honorable, she was just, true and The Caldwell & Sons, of Nashville, Tenn. Judge Alden is easily the to her the men, Adjt. Gen. Ellis announced: after the Mexicans had opened fire, good and I will miss her probably tainment,the? whole?- - program. He with Mexico has hastened activity in The bonds bear 4 2 per cent inter- proaching. Her testimonybeautiful star Recruiting is especially active in the with several machine guns, Captain more than anybody. providing this class of army equip- est, and were sold at par, the com- friends was convincingly Only a few spoke of Saturday riigbfcion "The Needs leaves behind her a splendid mountain section of the state. Boyd dismounted and formed his weeks ago she said to me: 'I will die of the Hour" and .charmed everyone ment. In Boyle county, Mr. Nichols pany paying the county 2 per cent and she to her friends and loved hor- interest on daily balance. The mon- example Capt. Boyd before you do, but I know I am go- - who heard him. Judge Alden is a succeeded in buying twenty-on- e ones who have the sympathy of all in A curt note from the Washington men in line of skirmishes. with C Troop, led the first line and ing to meet you later and that will master 6f the- - English,, language ; a ses at prices ranging from $100 to ey is to be delivered by July 1. Government demanding the theirjhourflofj bereavement. Captain Morey with-Trpop ihe be glory for me.' She bore her pains student of men !UFl?ffairs possessed $125. Before going to Danville, he sesThe PulaskL Fiscal Courts in iate release of United JStatesJxoopers right. They advanced by rushes to- and troubles with wonderful fortipurchased 200 head at Lexington, all sion at Somerset received bids on captured at Carrizal, and an immediof the rare quality of being able to LAUREL MINER KILLS WIFE be inspected before bemiles of pike and work on and statement from Gen. Carranza ward the ditch 250 yards distant tude bright.was at all times cheerful impart to others in entertaining of which will by the government. In sixty-si- x ate the construction of the six inter-counIt saddens my heart to style his wide range of experience ing accepted A dispatch from London Tuesday, chan- which sheltered the main force of and "through the proper diplomatic army horses, which not through subordinate the Mexicans and from which the think I will never see her no more and study.v Of magnificent voice, addition to theseused for cavalry and twenty seat roads will begin within said: Fred Webb, a miner, about 30 nels, and will probally be Twenty military officers," as to the purposes machine guns were spraying their until our meeting beyond the skies," and splendid presence before an au- artillery Service, Mr. Nichols bought were on days. to bid on contractors years old, living at East Bernstadt. she continued. the roads, five miles north of here, cut his carries his hearers com- a fancy horse from Mack Hughes, including hand Mexican Government was dis- ranks with lead. dience, he of the Mrs. Kirby was devoted to both of pletely with him at all times. He Making the Woodward Bros., who wife's throat, probally fatally woundown patched Sunday by Secretary Lan- count, they every shot of their final her captured it with one sister's children, Thomas and dominates their attention, sways their of Danville,, for which he paid $350. are building such a splendid pike to- ing her, at the telephone exchange sing for delivery to Gen. Carranza. wild rush, putting the Mexicans to Miss Martha Varnon, but more so to emotions at will, and entertains them All animals purchased by the gov- ward Crab Orchard, from Stanford. at East Bernstadt last night, and The note says that an explanation of flight and capturing several machine the latter and to road, then took his own life. Webb and his her she left all of constantly. A great deal of objec- ernment, Mr. Nichos says, must be They bid on Somcrset-Euban- k the Carrizal encounter received from guns. which comes to the Lincoln countv wife had been married some ten her worldly possessions. Miss Var- tion was heard among prospective between five and eight years old. the Mexican authorities is regarded line. A Knoxville firm bid on all of years and had one child, a girl, b In the aunt here as an avowal of the affair in Wash- Mexicans, final rush on the entrenched non visited her inseparable last year. Chautauqua goers when it was found pikes to.be built out years old, who witnessed the murder Captain Boyd fell dead, The two were and their out that William Jennings Bryan TO PICK CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN. the fnter-counington. The intimation that force shot thru the body. Without check- devotion was beautiful to behold. The State Democrat committees of Somerset, wiiile smaller contract- of her mother. They had been sepa-ate- d stands out in secured. Bryan as a will be met with force could not be three or four months, Mrs. The funeral services Avill be held Chautauqua attraction is without a have requested the county commit- ors bid on the separate roads. Mr. ing their advance C Troop, led by the brief diplomatic document. Lieutenant Adair, dashed on after at the home on East Main street at peer in the world, but as a Chautau- tees to meet July 1st and name a Woodward who returned to Stanford Webb leaving her husband, claiming as the fleeing Mexicans into the town. 10 a. m., Thursday conducted by qua a thing on campaign chairman for each county Saturday after attending the meet- nonsupport. She was employed exoperator Captain Lewis Sidney Morey, be- That was the last seen of them by Dr. D. M. Walker and assisted bv Judgespeaker he hasn't in the opini.on of the to conduct the fight against the Re- ing of the court itt Somerset, said change ofat the East Bernstadt Alden, the London & Manchester lieved to be dying from loss of blood the men found at San Lnis ranch. Eld. Joseph Ballou. The burial will writer who has now heard them both publicans this fall. Chairman W. O. that the court will consider the bids She was o" this week and he is confident of Telephone Company. of water, crouched in a hole Apparently they found themselves in follow in the Buffalo Cemetery. and lack on the Chautauqua platform. Both Walker, of the Lincoln county demo- landing the contract he is duty last night when she was called where he had sought a hiding place danger of capture from Mexicans apafter. Saturday and Sunday nights Judge cratic committee, has called the local to the back door by her husband. On after his troopers had been over- proaching from the rear and Gener- TWO CASEYITES PARDONED Alden spoke for r.bout an hour and county . committee to meet on that ter again refusing to live with whelmed and scattered by the Pershing's report gives no further al THIRD BIRTHDAY PARTY. Gov. Stanley last week pardoned a half, and so intense was the inter- date and select such chairman. Lohim, she was seized by her husbard, of the Mexicans details of the state of Adair and his whelming numbers Miss Ann Frances Pennington de- dragged several yards away irto an Sam Lee, of Clinton county, who est of the great audiences in every- cal democrats are anxious that the at Carrizal, wrote with soldierly men. five years life sen- thing he had to say that a pin could best possible man for the place be lightfully entertained a number of punctiliousness a simple, brief report Captain Morey was shot thru the has servedthe death ofofD.a C. Moles, have been heard to drop almost, so selected. Lincoln is naturally very her little friends with a birthday par- alley,towhere her throat was cut from Leaving her as k" tence for ear om-ce- r. of the hgnt to nis commanding shoulder while advancing with K who was shot to death dn the public undivided was attention given him. close. It went 300 democratic in ty in honor of her third natal anni- thought ear. Webb walked to dead, troop on the irragation ditch. His Friday the Hampton Court Singers 1914 but only about 35 last year so versary of her parents, When night fell these troopers, men, however, were outflanked by a road. The evidence on which he was gave a very artistic and delightful that the need for putting the very Dr and at theT.home Pennington Sat- throat, one mile north, cut hi owr Mrs. W. threw his body across the L. refuge in the same superior force of Mexicans and were convicted was purely circumstantial, evening of music and musical fea- best man possible who had taken at the job is ap- urday afternoon. A pretty birthday & N. track, where he was rur oe and a man accused of complicity was hiding place, carried the desperately forced to take shelter in an abode acquitted. cake with three candles, was a fea- by a freight car which mangled The trial Judge and tures. The- - work of all four of the parent. Then, nouse. When at last seen by the wounded officer two miles. almost beyond recognition. Mr. ture of the affair and all had a most others petitioned for clemency, stat- singers was splendid, the final playlthinking that he was dying, Morey stragglers they were returning a ing delightful time. The little guests Webb is stili alive but is not expert 1 LANCASTER COURT. that highly inflamed public sen- et," "A Kerry Courting" being estrooper to leave him spirited fire, thru windows and loopcommanded the timent had much to do with the con- pecially enjoyed, as was also the too were George Proctor, Keith Masters, to recover. Garrard county and to carry on his message. holes punched in the abode walls, to viction. of the attractive accom- busy cutting wheatfarmers were Murrell Foster, Gatewood BaiJames Jewell, convicted in Meyers, of the Tenth the Mexicans surrounding their shelto attend court Jane Roberta Baughman, Dan Stagg Lieutenant ley, Spencer county a year ago of con- panist. CARRIER FOR LAUREL COUNTY. Monday, a result Cavalry, scouting in search of sur- ter. Saturday afternoon Rev. Mahoney at Lancaster was smalland as business Riffe, Edward Southard, Martha federating with others, all of whom A over fight, came upon these and the crowd vivors of the gave an interesting and instructive generally was quiet. There wasn't Campbell and J. Smith Murphy. the selection of a rural carrier at three negro troopers Sunday. Capt. UNEASY ON ARIZONA BORDER. were acquitted, to intimidate some lecture. people in the neighborhood, was parLondon was settled last week wher Morey and two of his men afterward Monday the Royal Welsh Quartet, a hoof of cattle on the market and DR. AMONS APPOINTED. Senator James recommended the apL. B. Hilton, agent at Rowland, doned. It was alleged that the visi- survivors of the Lusitania disaster, mules and horsese were a scarcity. A reached the main body of troops. tation was for the purpose of stopDr. J. H. Amons, of Lancaster, pointment of Mat Saylor, of that few hybrids changed hands at $87.50 An uncertain quantity is intro- received a letter from his brother-in-lawith their to F. W. Hannah, of Nogales, Ari- ping a nuisance. The remainder of pleased a large audience $138, and several horses were was appointed by Gov. Stanley to the Laurel county town, for the coveted duced into the international problem the description by Morey's zona, early this week, in which Mr. the jail sentence of James and Henry singing, and a great liner by of tor- purchased for war purposes at $90 Extention Board of the State Uni- position. of the fight at Carrizal a sinking of that Statement that the Americans advan- Hannah vividly describes conditions Allen, convicted in Casey county of pedo about a year ago, told in sim- to $127.50 and that was the extent versity Trustees, in the place of Dr. A position be- on the Mexican border. He says stealing a hog, was remitted. ced toward the Mexican survivors of business transacted. Neither of Joseph Kastle, director of the Exby one of ple New Salem neighbor that the people on the American side boys had lost a shoat and as these gave style added interest the the num- the Congressional candidates glad- periment Station, who was found not the Mexicans opened fire. fore to an traded some shoats with a al- are in anticipation of an attack from pres- to be eligible. This fills up the dened the dear people with his American negro troopers faced ber. Bro. Beagle, who has been holding at Messrs. friends of most certain death at Carrizal with the Mexicans, and all the civilians sister and hauled them to night, susThis afternoon and tonight the ence, but Montgomery both on hand board, which will have charge of the a meeting at this place closed Sunthem; but con- picion was attached agricultural extention were smiles on their lips, and they burst have armed themselves and are Beasey sisters entertain with song Helm and day night. Gov. Stanley said into song once or twice as they stantly on guard. He says the Mex- the boys had good the record showed and story, and will conclude the to sing their praises. It was too and demonstration work and farMr. and Mrs. Luke Dunn, of Mt. characters and he up a vastly suto fought their grim fight against odds. icans have brought Chautauqua program for this season hot the talk much politics, however, mer's institutes. Salem visited their parents here Sunstory told by Capt. Mo- perior force on their side of the bor- believes they are innocent. and boosters were not in all cases This was the day. with a delightful program, which will given a welcome hearing. PICNIC AT PINE GROVE JULY 4 rey when he arrived at field head- der; have a large quantity of artilundoubtedly draw a large audience. Miss Maud Lucas was the welcome MASONS AT DANVILLE. lery, and will play havoc with the quarters Monday. A Sunday School picnic will be guest of Miss Beulah Estus Sunday. Each and every speaker has been. Tomorrow, Wednesday, the Dan- loud in his praise of the work ot the FIRST NATIONAL'S DIVIDEND. "For 45 minutes the men fought, small American force, at Nogales ungiven at Pine Grove church on the Mr. Raymond Wall and wife, of joking amoug themselves all the less the latter are reinforced. He ville Masonic lodge will be honored Woman's Club and the system and meeting of the directors of fourth day of July, located on the Indianapolis are visiting friends and At the while, even tho they realized we had reports however, that two special by a visit from Grand Master T. J. general smoothness with which ar- the First National Bank late last Ottenheim and Stanford pike. Songs' relatives here. been trapped and had little chance trains are on their way to Nogales Adams, of Louisville, and Deputy rangements have been carried out. week the usual 3o divi- anu recitations ana speecnes and Miss IMoEence Alford, who lives with more soldiers. It is for this bor- Grand Master J. N. Saunders, of Judge Alden paid a high tribute to of getting out alive," he said. dend was declared, payable on July Sunday Schooljvork will be given by near McKinney spent Sunday with he had never der guarding duty that the state mi- Stanford, who will be the guests of the artistic ability of the local la- 1st. So good has business been with some of the most enthusiastic work- her cousin, Miss Cordia Capt. Morey said Linthicum. Franklin Lodge. Beginning at 7:30 dies who had charge of decoration of this popular financial institution, that ers. Everybody is invited to come seen such valor as was displayed by litiamen will be used. Miss Lizzie Estes is visiting Mrs. Boyd in leading a sharp, the Masters degree will be the stage. He said that the local after declaring the dividend, over and bring your dinner and enjoy Fannie Snow at South Fork this Capt. Charles T. MADE FORTUNE IN WEST. put on by the Danville team. A Chautauqua platform was decorated $1,500 was carried to the undivided yourself in a noble cause. Garland week. handful of dismounted skirmishers fire and into thru the machine-gu- n Col. Andrew Livingston, who went great many Masons in neighboring more handsome and tastefully than profits, making its present suplus James, Supt. Mr. Herbert and Lizzie Estes are the ambush of death. He added to Montana about 40 years ago from towns will be on hand for the occa- any hehad every spoken upon, be- and undivided profits over $30,000. working at Danville this week. ammunithat it was not until their Mrs. Maud Young, of Indianapolis this section of Kentucky, has been sion, as invitations have been sent fore. President J. S. Hocker and other THE WRONG MISS NUNNELLEY. tion was exhausted that the troop here for several days the guest of to lodges in all nearby cities. At officials of this bank are being highIt was Miss Clara Nunnelley and is visiting Mr. Walter Wall this was finally cut to pieces and told of Josh B. Jones and family on the conclusion of the team work rely complimented upon making such a not Miss Cora Nunnelley who won this week. RAISES FIRST HUNDRED. the heroic death of Lieut. Henry R. Knob Lick pike. Col. Livingston has freshments will be served. splendid showing for the first six the W. C. T. U. medal contest at Miss Nelta McGuffey was the Adair of Portland, Ore., in an at- had a great success in(raising cattle Mrs. J. M. Kelly, of Lexington, has months of the year. Moreland last week. Both of the guest of Miss Maud Sims last Sunday. tempt to replenish it. the distinction of 'being the first George Estes, who has been at and sheep on his western ranches. He young ladies are so talented and popLieut. Adair died fighting, his last has never forgotten his old Kentucky woman of The Committee of One Greatly Benefited by Chamberlain's ular that the I. J. will readily be ex- work on the railroad is at home this Bilious Attacks words being: "Go on, Sergeant," to Home, however and always enjoys a Hundred to raise a Hundred cused from confusing their names. week. Liniment officer at his visit here. hours Within forty-eiga When you have a bilious attack Dollars. Mr. Howard Alford and wife spent side, Capt. Morey said. The two were "I have used Chamberlain's Lini- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Monday with her father, Mr. C. F. your liver fails to perform its funct- after this Committee met in the caron their way to the pack animals House of Representatives and voted Estus at this place. Restored to Good Health ions. You become constipated. The to raise $10,000.00 for Kentucky's ment for sprains, bruises and rheuDiarrhoea Remedy rying the ammunition when they was sick for four years with food you eat ferments in your stom- illiteracy work, Mrs. Kelly had her matic pains, and the great benefit This is a remedy that every family visited .May. Smith of Mt-- Salem irriga"I were intercepted near asmall her sisiter, tion ditch by a detail of the Mexi- stomach trouble," writes Mrs. Otto ach instead of digesting. This in- money in hand. She sent it to Mrs. I have received justifies my recom- should be provided with, and espe- Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Bud Austin cans. Lieut. Adah nad already been Gans, Zanesville, Ohio. "I lost weight flames the stomach and causes Morris Bartlctt, Chairman of the mending it in the highest terms," cially during the summer months. Mr. Jean Austin left last Sunday Hundred, One wounded and had lost his pistol in and felt so weak of Committee that I almost gave nausea, vomiting and a terrible head- with the cheerful words, "I also have writes Mrs. Florence Slife, Wabash, Think of the pain and suffering that for Indianapolis. borthe previous fighting, but he had Miss Ella Martin, of Beading, O., rowed another and was fighting a up hope of being cured. A friend ache. Take Chamberlain's Tablets. $20.00 on my second Hundred." If Ind. If you are troubled with rheu- must be endured when medicine must spent part of the last week at Mr. members of matic pains you will certainly be be sent for or before relief can be ob Sam Sim's. hand to hand battle when he was told me about Chamberlain's Tablets, They will tone up your liver, clean the other ninety-nin- e are anything like pleased with the prompt relief which tained. This remedy is thoroughly re killed. and since using two bottles of them out your stomach and you will soon I this Committee Miss Belvey Smith is visiting at and was I have been a well woman." Obtain- - be He fell unconscious Mrs. Kelly, great things will go down Chamberlain's Liniment affords. liable. Ask anyone who has used it Mt Salem this week. as well as ever. They only cost in for yaHt services in caught by the negro sergeant as he al)le 0 ' a rmfirtpr. Ohfainnhlp fivprvwlnvrp. . Trtiiljy'0 Tii;wrt,, PAmnnmn . Etus attended meeting everywhere. everywhere. ,. .. -- x.CHllAU..jr Obtainable everywhere. -- , -- slid toward the ditch which was JLiitbCiubjr vaiuuin, at.3??V?am Saturday. McKinney e. me-idiati- on four-corner- ed s I in'-or- re-enfo- w num-numb- er o, ad-dre- ss. 1-- -- K ty ty Alt--mo- nt, V-bo- dy e" w, semi-annu- al -- ht ?! -- Ob-tain- ble The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, June 27, 1916. The Interior Journal Condensed Report of The 8. M. SAtTFLEY.. $1 -- Hustonville Editor and Proprietor a Year in Advance. Paper Stops When Time For "Which It is Paid, Expires. Lincoln Coun National Bank, it OF STANFORD, KY., May 1st, 1916. ASSETS: Entered at the Postojfice at Stanford, as Second Class Mail Matter. EV; Interest Bearing Obligations Due Bank $484,143.41 10,750.00 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures Cash and Due from Banks and U. S. Treas 52,589.65 $547,483.06 LIABILITIES: Capital, Surplus and Profits Circulation Total Deposits $158,542.77 98,400.00 290,540.29 $547,483.06 "Corner Next to Court-House- ." ment of the entire community when it doffs its hat to the Woman's Club of Stanford and on behalf of its readers and friends generally tenders their thanks and appreciation of the magnificent entertainment afforded all thru the medium of the five days' Chautauqua which will be It is probable concluded that no set of men, and no other organization could have made the success of such a venture save and except the Woman's Club. That they have succeeded well, even beyond their fondest expectations, will b.e a source of satisfaction and pleasure to everyone who understands the wTinlp.hpnrted stiirit of unselfish in terest and devotion to the good of the community which these women are manifesting in their every organized endeavor. Second only to the 's churches of the living God, the Club is proving the greatest source and fountain head of good works in Stanford, and is accomplishing things for the town and community which will live long and be remembered with appreciation and commendation, years after the good women who as pioneers started the work shall have gone to their to-nig- it The Interior Journal believes that voices almost unanimous senti- Wo-man- The Lincoln TrustC o. OF STANFORD, KY. Capital, $25,000. Under same management as The Lincoln National Bank, is now ready to serve you in pacity of EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, DIAN, TRUSTEE, Etc, at the office of The County National Bank. "Corner Next To Court House." County the caGUAR- Lincoln By a vote of 32 to 6, with nine members declining to vote, the National Committee of the Progressive party indorsed Charles E. Hughes for President at a meeting in Chicago and the "Bull Moose" party practically went out of existence as a political organization. The decision to indorse the Republican nominee came after a stormy session, and a great many of the Moose leaders declared their intention to support Wilson rather than Woodrow Hughes. There is growing evidence of this every day right here in Lincoln county and Kentucky. Crab Orchard. tiful memory. Truly in the midst of life we are in death. On last Thursday evening June 15 Mrs. Reuben Bronaugh walked to spend a few hours trying to cheer the life of a shut-i-n friend, Mrs. Steger. On Friday she herself was taken ill and on Monday was a corpse. What a lovely ending for such a Christ like life, to be trying, to the very last to bring cheer to some one needing her sunshine. She was one of the most devoted of wives and a fond and loving husband who was always mindful of her needs and wants and almost worshipped her is left to feel utterly alone and in years to come the memory of her sweet, quiet, gentle life we hope will be the beacon light to waft him homeward. As a mother she certainly was all that holy word implies. Her children were her treasures. She left nothing undone that was in her power to train them morally, spiritually and mentally for y they are life's warfare and bowed in grief over their great loss. Home can never be the same, for the one whose whole life was spent in making it the happiest and most restful place on earth to them is not there but in a more perfect mansion of light and joy and peace. She is radiantly beautiful, waiting with outstretched arms to welcome them to their home beyond and may father, sons and daughters follow closely in the way she walked and an unbroken union be theirs, is the wish of all her The funeral services friends here. were conducted by Mr. McClary, of Stanford, in his most impressive manner and his consoling words to the grief stricken family contained balm for their broken hearts. Mrs. George Stevenson, Mrs. Robert Thompson, Mrs. Bettie Adams, Miss Fannie Thompson and Messrs. Chas. Buchanan and Bragg Thompson sang two favorite songs of Mrs. "Some Sweet Day," "A Song of That Beautiful Land" and "Nearer My God To Thee." The house and yard could hardly contain the crowd of sympathetic friends gathered to pay their last tribute to this lovely woman's memory. Beautiful flowers covered the coffin in mute testimony of love and after appropiate exercises at the grave she was consigned to her last resting place on the cemetery hill. Dr. James Bronaugh and wife, of Lexington, Misses Anna and Katharine Bronaugh, Reuben, Jr. and wife, of St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hays Bronaugh were present and to all of them we with every one in this city wish to extend our heartfelt sympathy in this dark hour, while we point you to the only ray of light that can illumine the darkness. to-da- ed a home and carried away the light and joy and left behind only a beau- Again has the grim monster invad- ti',. WW. T" -m x Jit ri-- Various kinds of small vermin cause lots Swat the Bugs! rats, wjm I' yjm. I ?lZfw,ih in &rJWfflMlimisS g .1 n bl'. jil m ' & i m" BXMIT" of worry flies, to the careful housewife. Bedbugs, cockroaches, spiders, worms, miceall these pests Menace Your Health i and you should exterminate them at once with safe and sure poison. TeD us your bug troubles and we will give y6u something to eradicate them Sure! Dorothy Dunlap have returned from a visit to their grandmother, Mrs. (Delayed letter.) Miss Louella Dye, our accomo- Mary Fox, at Beuna Vista. Miss Lucy Walker Doty, of Lexdating night operater spent Thursday with a cousin at Danville and ington is visiting her father, Mr. Jesse Doty and sister, Miss Emma Sunday with friends at Ellisburg. Mrs. E. McCormack and grandson, Doty. Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury goes this Carrol, of Danville are taking in the chautauqua at Stanford this week. week to visit her daughters, Mrs. J. Col. E. C. Hopper is back home M. Staughton, at Covington and Mrs. from Latonia, after a week's visit to A. H. Rice, at Richmond, Ind. the races. Mr. Curtis Parks, of Richmond, D. W. Dunn has quite a number has been a visitor here after a bridal of celery plants now ready for set- sojourn in adjacent cities. ting first come, first served. Also Miss Annie Stagg, of Lexington is piuuis in any quanity. visiting Mrs. W. E. Moss at her West iate Send in your ordei and be sure you will be sure you get what you want. Garrard home. Miss Jennie Washburn, who has J. W. Eads bought of T. W. Jones, been teaching for the past year at of Stanford 22 head of Fitzgerald, Georgia, is here for a long yearlings at $38 per head. Henry Gartin, of Marion County visit to .her sisters, Mrs. T. J. Price was here for awhile Friday morning and Mrs. M. H. Mabry, before going and went from here to McKinney on to her old home in Louisville. business. Mr. and Mrs Earnest Bohon CampJ. L. Johnson, of Boyle County bell and two children, of Stanford, was here last week doing some stock were visitors Sunday evening of Mrs. trading and buying. Joana Ball's and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. J. D. Burton, or near Middleburg Ball's. sold Myers and Co., a cow weighing Mr. and Mrs. J. Fleece Robinson 1250 pounds for 6 cents per pound, are recieving cordial greetings from and one weighing 1100 pounds to many Lancaster friends after a proMcCormack & Co., for 6 cents. tracted absence in the South. RoyHorton and Deputy Sherrif Miss Sallie Lou Myers has been on Crithchfield, of Parksville motored the sick list and thereby missed five thru here Sunday evening on their calls for the efficient service she renway home. ders as nurse. Uriah Dunn attended county court Mr. and Mrs. Broaddus and little at Somerset, Monday. daughter, Edna Pearl, of Silver Mrs. Winn, of Birmingham, Ala., Creek, were guests at a dinner Sunhas been here this week cptincr nn day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. subscriptions for the chautauqua Arch Walker. mat wm De neia nere some time in Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Denny enterAugust. She got enough to make it tained at a neighborhood party last a sure thing. Thursday complimentary to Mr. and D. W. Dunn was in Stanford Vod Mrs. W. I. Williams, of Tulsa, Okla. nesday on business. Mr. John Prewitt was honoree on Une ot the most enjoyable affairs Sunday of a birthday feast at his of the Season was a Tiifnir muon in home on the Lexington road. The honor of Misses Blanch and Agnes affair was commemorative of his w eatneriord composed of a party of 50th natal anniversary, and 30 or thirtv. who took Innrii and wpnt n more cuests Githrp1 tn wicn tno Roy's Mill and spent the day in a genial host many happy returns. most enjoyable manner. Those who lur. will Kice Amon was host were present declared it to be the a "storm party" Friday evening at at best of its kind thev had attended in the home of his parents, Dr. J. A. a long while. Those who were there Amon and Mrs. Amon. There were were as ioiiows: Misses Nancy Lee about 18 of the junior set in the asDunn, Bess Riffe, Blanch Barnett, semblage who made the affair someMartha and Bohhie TnnVpr Mnnon thing of a farewell hpfnrp and Lyda Weddle, Bobbie and Susan young Mr. Amon left for a course .main, uiara JNunnelley, Blanch and m commercial art Agnes Weatherford, Nellie Allen emy in Cincinnati. at the Art Acadand Bee Newbern, and Mesdames Misses Martha and HpIpti fiill on. Will Weatherford and Vernon Mil- tertained at a sewing party last Fri lion. Messrs. Frank, Boyd and J. W. day complimentary to weatnercora, (Jarroll Allen, Ray Mrs. W. I. Williams, of their friend, Tulsa, Okla. Murnhv. Reid Cnmvnv. P.nnrlip Mrs. H. C. Kauffman presided at Dunn, Lee Tuney, John Hicks, Algar a handsome course dinner Saturday weaaie, iouei Steele and Carlisle evening, the honorees of the enjoyand Bowman Myers. able function being Mr. and W. The following couples took supper I. Williams, of Tulsa, Okla., Mrs. Dr. and at Elixir Springs Sunday night: and Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird, of this city. Miss Ella Barnett and Mr. Otto Editor R. L. Elkin is New Hav, Jones, Miss Blanch Barnett and Mr. en, Conn., 'to attend theinCommenceRoger Hicks, Miss Prill Newburn and ment exercises of Yale University, Mr. June Reid, Miss Florence Dawes his son, Dan and Mr. Sam Anderson, Miss Bessie graduate after Collier Elkin being a having taken a crediRifFe and Mr. Joe Burnside. table faMr. Will Weatherford, of Hous- mous four years' course at thathoninstitution. Among the ton, Texas left Monday for their upon young Lancaster-ia- n home by way of Louisville, Lexing- ors bestowed of is that the ton and Knoxvilft; Tenn., after a Boat Crew, he beingmanager of the detained to atmost enjoyable visit here. tend the Harvard and Yale boat F. M. Jowell lost a valuable milk cow Sunday on clover while grazing races. F. Mrs. P. Frisbie was hostess at in his front yard here in town. dinner comSeveral valuahle milk rnws 1mm a 6 o'clock Mr. and Thursday in Willpliment to Mrs. W. I. been lost in this vicinity during the iams, and Miss Mary Clay Williams, past iew weens on clover. of Tulsa, Okla., and the Presbvterian Mr. James, Blain, of Junction City was down Tuesdav nn a visit tn ni minister and wife, Rev. and Mrs. H. cousin, J. A. Blain. He has recently S. Hudson and Misses Martha and this city. bought out the Suber undertaking Helen Gill, of was honoree Mrs. Rolin at a most establishment at Junction City and bounteous noon-da- y dinner at her is now conducting the same. Carlisle Myers is helping the looks country home in the McCreary vicinity on last Sunday, of his home by adding a coat of relatives and hpr over 100 of her fripnHs navincr Eaint. He is an exnprf. with tho gathered to celebrate her 88th birth.Tanl- brush and is almost as as Nall was in his days and with a little day. and Mrs. T,. CZ Dnvidcnn Mr. nro.! more practise Slick Green, of sided at a handsome dinner on Monwill not. hp ship tn hnld a day complimentary to Mr. W. I. light to him. Miss Kate Warner, of here and Williams and family. Miss Lena Bright entertained at Miss Lizzie Phillips, of Liberty spent the first of the week with the fetter's a evening party on Monday in honor of brother at Liberty, Dr. Phillips and the Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Williams and Rev. and Mrs. H. S. Hudson. family. Mrs. W. B. Moss served an elabor- 500-pound Mc-Kinn- ev is visiting here at his former home. Misses Mary Owsley, Eugenia and There's room for every one of your five toes in the Br. A.. B J iyj LIU S3ft?5 Mm SlhiSV without the slightest sacrifice of style or smart appearance. We are showing an unusually complete stock of the ftewFall and Winter models, very smart shoes, every pair of them. The unique fibre insole will keep your feet warm and dry. No extra cost for the extra value. If you want style, comfort and service drop in this store the next time you are passing. J. P. SMITH SHOE CO., Makers McROBERTS & BAILEY, Stanford. B201 conveniences. well Smith. Mrs. Zerelda Gulley, who has been A number of prominent fraternitv men from adjacent towns were here seriously ill at the home of Miss Salwhen Elder F. M. Tinder, Rev. A. J. lie Tillett for sometime, was taken Clere and Dr. J. D. Pryor recieved to the Tipton Sanitarium at Lexingthe third degree at the Masonic ton, where it is hoped she will soon lodge, among the number the follow- - indicate convalescence. noon-da- y repast at her home in north Lancaster, the honoree of the occasion being the house guest of Mrs. W. E. Moss, Miss Annie Stagg. of Lexington. Postmaster E. P. Brown and Mrs. Brown have returned from their bridal trip and are being showered with congratulations and good wishes. The members of the Presbyterian church and other Lancastrians are raising a fund to place a memorial tablet on the wall of the sanctuary in appreciation of the late J. Rock- ate i I ing from Carlisle : Messrs. S. K. Veach, C. H. Fisher, Taylor Mathers, John Morgan, Hiram Ewing, J. B. Ross. Lane Martin, Dr. E. L. Hutch-in- s and Dr. C. S. Spencer; a banquet was served for the occasion at the Hotel Kengarlan. dwelling under course of erection in Hill Court is nearing completion, Mr. Samuel G. Haselden and family expecting to take possession sometime next month. The structure is very much with all modern up-to-da- The commodious two-stor- y frame te Lancaster The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Coolers, Etc. ALSO LAWN MOWERS AND GAR. DEN TOOLS. Re- GEORGE H. FARRIS. THE NEWEST STYLES Just received New Shipment of Oil Stoves. See new models and styles before buying W. H. STANFORD, --- Corner Main and Depot Streets, --- HIGGINS KENTUCKY BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. Mr. R. E. Henry is at home, after an extended business trip in the South. Mrs. Cornie Clay, of Richmond, is a guest at the home of Judge L. L. Walker. Master Claud Rice has been visiting his uncle, R. E. Gaines, of Lincoln county. Mrs. Luther Gibbs has returned from a visit to Mrs. J. S. Bauhman, of Danville. Mr. Billy Hughes is quite sick at his home on Richmond street, much to the regret of his many friends. Miss Florence Aldridge has returned to Cincinnati, after several months sojourn with Mrs. Joe L. Francis. Mrs. Robert Dunlap Blanton, of near Eminence, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Elmore. Miss Lillian Kinnaird, who has been on the sick list, is now convalescent. Miss Carrie Boulden, who has been in Lexington and Nicholasville, is again wth her aunt, Mrs. John Crutchfield. Mrs. H. M. Ballou, of Stanford was entertained at the Hotel News of tii.3 Churches Williams,byofher friend, Mrs. W. I. Tulsa, Oklahoma. Mrs. Sallie Rayburn has gone to Presbyterian her old home in Madison county for Wednesday nighs at 7:30 "Pre- a fortnight's visit. paring to Live;" Thursday night at Miss Annie Powell has made sev7:30 Teachers Traing Class Lesson eral days visit to relatives in RichNo. 2; Friday afternoon at 3:30 mond. Woman's Society. Mrs. W..H. Lacky was a guest on Monday of relatives in the Boyle picture' program tuesday show paramount. county capital. Fox and Mrs. Sara Mrs. Mary The Mummy and The Humming Hackley, of Buena Vista were y Bird (With Chas. Cherry) ....Famous guests Tuesday of Mrs. Hallie Players. Dunlap. WEDNESDAY MUTUAL. Mr. James Currey, of Louisville, Double Crossed ,... Mustang. is visiting his mother, Mrs. Arthusa Anna Little Thos. Chaterton Currey and brother, Theodore CurTHURSDAY PARAMOUNT. rey. Bella Donna .Famous Players. Mr. Charles Adams, of Lexington,, Featuring Pauline Frederick. spent several days with his parents, FRIDAY j PATHE. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams. The Iron Claw No. 18..., Pathe. Dr. R. L. Pontius, of the Blue. "The Green Eyed God." Grass Capital, was drawn hither by Luke and the Rural Roughnecks.... the attractions of one of Lancaster's Pathe. fairest women. SPECIAL MUSIC THIS WEEK. Mr. Cabbell Arnold, of Richmond, Bro-naugh's Littlejohn's united Shows "Different From The Rest" Will Exhibit At Stanford For One Week, Commenc ing Monday, July 3rd Auspices Stanford Lodge No. 156, 1. Kin-garl- an O. O. F. all-da- The Show That Stands Alone As "The Cleanest, Most Moral and Refined" Feataing Qne Rjng Q h The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, June 27, 1916. Rev. Will Hopper, of Louisville, Mary and Emma Brackett, of Stanjoined his wife and baby here Mon- ford spent a few days here last week with Mrs. H. C. Hurst. Miss Nancy Yeager spent Satur- day. Condensed Statement of Miss Alma Phillips of Liberty, is Master Solly Miracle is numbered day at Crab Orchard Springs. the guest of Misses Gertrude and with the sick this week. F. P. Bobitt and J. L. Beasley Mabel Wilkinson. Mr. Howard Kirk, of the Neal went to Middlecboro Saturday. Mrs. R. H. Bronaugh, Jr., of St. Mrs. E. J. Lee is visiting friends Louis, was visiting friends in Stan- Creek section was the guest of his friend, Noal Terry Sunday. A MILD LAXATIVE AT REGULAR and relatives at Lancaster. ford yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Green, of d INTERVALS WILL PREVENT Mrs. Laura Hutchings, of Carlisle, Jessie Riffe, of Hustonville was spent Sunday with her parents, guest of William Reinhart during is the guest of her son, E. R. HutchCONSTIPATION. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Burk. ings and family this week. chautauqua. Messrs. Carradine Burk and SylOf Stanford, Ky.,j proprietor of the E. C. A vital point upon which all Mrs. W. S. Fish and little son, L. Asaph, Jordan, been in ill health St. vester Miracle were calling on their for who has schools of medicine seem to asrree is E. are at Louisville visiting her son, best girls at McKinney Sunday. some time, is at Dry Ridge. Craig, who is woking there. We are pleased to be able to state that normal regularity of the bowels j Rev W. H. Hopper left today for Made to the Comptroller May 1. 1916J to health. The Joe Mack Newland, of Lexington White Station, where he will hold a that Mrs. Linda Hoskins is reported is an essential this goodimpressed parimportance of is to be better at this date. Mrs. Anwas home with his mother, meeting for two weeks. Miss Cordie Miracle friend, ticularly on mothers of growing chilnie Newland, who is very sick. Ernest Deatherage and Zan Tray-lo- r Mr. Claud Gerkey were and pleasant dren. the Carpenter, of near Miss Elizabeth will leave shortly for Cincinnati, A very valuable remedy that Danville was the guest of Miss Sallie where they will seek employment in visitors of Miss Florence Burk's San-da- should be kept in every RESOURCES: home for Mills Craig. the machine shops. Messrs. Jess Farmer and Lee Kirk use as occasion arises is Dr. CaldDr. W. A. Wheeler, of Lancaster Mr. and Mrs. "Beans" Collier, of $230,956.48 Loans, stocks and bonds r spent Sunday here with friends and Crab Orchard, were the guests of were visiting friends at Green River well's Syrup Pepsin, a compound of simple laxative herbs that has been took in chautauqua. 50,000.00 U. S. Bonds Monday, and attended the Sunday. Miss Mary Terry and little sister, prescribed by Dr. W. B. Caldwell, Lexington, friends Mrs. Marvin Adams, of Chautauqua. of Monticello, 111., for more than 9,521.54 Banking House and other Real Estate was over with her mother, Mrs. AnMr. and Mrs. Bev Sandidge, of the of Green River spent Sunday with twenty-fiv- e yeaits, and which can 1 ' her cousin, Miss Katharine Terry. now be ' nie Newland earlv in the week. West End. are the guests of Mrs. ' . 48,509.18 : obtained in anw well stocked ' Cash and Due from Banks Mr. and Mrs. Barney Davis and Mrs. L. C. Kelly, and children, of Annie Engleman and daughter, Miss store for fiftv ppnts t hnttlo pretty little son, Robert were the drue a Campbellsville have been the guests Sue Taylor Engleman. In recent letter to Dr. Caldwell, """ guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Hooker $338,987.20 Total, parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. of her Miss Louis Holliday and brother, Mrs. H. C. Turner. 844 Main St.. ROLAND LEE TURNER Newland for chautauqua. James Holliday, have returned to Sunday.' E. F. Hurst continues quite Buffalo, N. Y., says, "I bought a bot- A bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Mrs. Mrs. Alfred Eads, of Crestwood their home at Columbia, after a visit tie of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin ' Pepsin should be in every homo. A LIABILITIES: T. to Miss Elizabeth Carter and other ill, we are sorry to say. visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Little Miss Annette Hurst is for my baby, Roland Lee Turner, trial bottle, free of charge, can lie D. Newland and attended chautau- friends here. $ 50,000.00 Capital Stock spending the week at Stanford this and find it works just like you said obtained by writing to Dr. W. B. qua. Little Woodrow Harrison Blanken-shi- week. it would. It is fine for the stomach Caldwell, 454 Washington St., Mon-an- d Wallace T. Gover was down from son of Mr. and Mrs. John 33,119.50 Undivided'Profits "jj bowels." Surplus and ticello, 111. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Miracle snent He hai Crab Orchard Saturday. who has been ill for a week Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. so corpulent that several of or more, is improving. drawn 206,667.70 Deposits L. his old friends hardly knew him. Miss Georgia Johnson, who has A. MissThompson. Margaret Blackerby spent a 49,200.00 Circulation Mrs. Will Merit, of Wildee and been with friends here, returned to few days tho past week with her Mrs. Henry Catron, of the Walnut her home at Lancaster Sunday. $338,987.20 Flat section were the guests of Mrs Total, ) Misses Mamie Stormes Dunn and sister, Mrs. Wallace Farmer at Neal J. H. Bustle the first of the week Florence Johnson, of Lancaster, Creek. and Mrs. A. L. Thompson are M. Margaret Sampson, of Mer- have been guests in the homes of Miss cer county, has been the "guest of Mesdames R. M. Newland and W. B. aq 3duis suorjB'ntuSuoa 3uiAiaoa.i arrival of a little daughter in their her upcle. J. N. Menefee and family O'Bannon. The Rook Club will not meet until for several days. Beech Grove, home. The welcome little guest has Ms. Mary McBee, of Personal and Social the first week in August. Miss Susan Blain and friends of accompanied by her two youngest been named Lucy. ' Monday atMr. Gerkey . Hustonville, were here sons, Raymond and Ransom McBee, several Claud the past was laid up days week with a tending Chautauqua. June 29 The Dixie Rook Club are visiting their son, James McBee troublesome hand. J. P. Gover went up to Corbin SatMiss Cora Nunnelley, of the Tur- - and other relatives here. will meet with Miss Levisa Harris at urday to visit his daughter, Mrs. W. Mr. A. B. Hoskins, of Greasy nersville section leaves this week Robert S. Bayers, of Lexington, H. Worsham. 2:30 P. M. was down to see J. B. Rob-bin- s Here is your chance to get Shoes at a reduced price. for Bristol, Va.. to visit Mrs. J. Will has been here for a few days in be- RidgeSunday. Riley. I have about 310 pairs of shoes for Men, Women and half of Transylvania University, and Quite a numbeivfrom here attendMrs. L. C. Kelly and daughters, while here was the guest of Miss MaChildren. Shoes in odd numbers and sizes, which I ed church at Blue Lick Sunday. Lucille and Majel, of Campbellsville rion Grimes. Miss Elizabeth Davis had the misare the guests of T. D. Newland and want to dispose of. In order to do this I am going to Clerk of the Court of Appeals R. of hurt refamily. W. Keenon and wife of Frankfort, fortune fromgetting her foot suffering offer these which she is CUb Mr. and Mrs. Snyder, ot Williams- spent several days here early in the cently burg were the guests of Mrs. Annie week with her sister, Mrs. T. W. Pen- very much. Mr. and Mrs. James Scarborough Engleman and daughter, Miss Sue nington and family. family spent Taylor Engleman. Terry, of Richmond, and Mrs. J. Hookerthe day with Mr. Miss Louis Sunday. R. K. Pepples. who has a good and Miss Esther Prewitt, of Danville, and Mr. J. B. Robbins is the happiest position with the L. & N. at Coving- have been the guests of Miss Maggie ton spent several days with his par- - Stagg. Miss Terry left today to man around here now, since he has Gilts ll616 spend a few days at Crab Orchard found a genuine nest with about fifty eggs. G. B. Turley, who has been Springs. Mrs. Rev. Hasty was out to see Mr. J. These Shoes consist of 100 pairs of Men's Shoes and visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. T. L. Robbins Monday. to her home at RichBruce returned Metal Patent Burk mond Saturday. Heard About Town herMiss Florence Cordiecame up to see Oxfords in Gun Shoes, andpairs of Leather, 40 pairs Boys' School and of Men's Work friend, Miss Miracle Wed45 Miss Sara Dunlap, of Kansas City nesday. will arrive the latter part of the Work Shoes, 125 pairs of WcmenV Girls' and ChilCal Parson, who has been at CorMr. John Miracle and bride and week to visit Misses Lyle Cooper and bin at work is at home for a visit. dren's Shoes and Oxfords. Call in and get my prices little baby have moved back on Mary Bailey. Coe Moser purchased a Ford tour- Green River. We are very glad to wife and J. M. T W. Jones and and you will be convinced that I am offering these is operating Cress and wife' and two children, ing car last week, andStanford and welcome this family back to our shoes at prices much less than they can be bought spent Saturday and Sunday with the it as a bus between the trains for community. i Mr. E. L. Davis, of Pineville is family of J. W. Clark, near Millers-bur- Lancaster to meet elsewhere. drummers. with her sister, Mrs. John Miracle For Quick Service, Good, Cool, Refreshing Drinks Col. S. T, Harris has returned from and other relatives at this place. Mrs. William Rousseau and son, Miss Margaret Blackerby was the spending a por- French Lick, Ind., where he has been Lovell Rousseau, are imHe is tion of the summer wifh her parents, taking the baths. friends greatly to attractive guest of Miss Florence are glad Burk Sunday. Col. and Mrs. T. C. Rankin in Gar- proved, his many after a long illness. Mrs. Thomas Oaks is improving The First National Bank A Hint To Mothers of Growing Children WF May-woo- . ! is y. . i r p, Blan-kenshi- p, HERE'S Your Chance nzn5 X pWelch'sl Shoes For Less Money Than They Now Cost At Wholesale The Kiddies Favorite Fountain g. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, STANFORD J. E. BUCK, AT Gilberts Creek rard. ! Sport Shirts For Men and Boys w. E. PERKINS, . Crab Orchard, Kentucky Rakes and Hoes, Water Coolers and Binder Twine. See us before you buy Mr. J. W. Hoskins, daughter, TVIiss Mattie Hoskins, Mr. Charles Wheeler and Mrs. Mayme Powell, of Hustonville, were in Stanford on business Monday afternoon. Miss Maggie Phillips, formerly of Harrodsburg, but now of Knoxville, has been here for several days visiting her cousins, Mesdames W. D. Welburn and J. T. Embry. Miss Lucille Hourigan returned to her home at Lebanon early in the week after a visit to her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rupley. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Menefee, of Knoxville, came in time to spend most of the chautauqua with his parents, Mr. and. Mrs. J. N. Menefee. Mis Annie Kincaid, who is head nurse of the hospital of Danville, visited her father, W. P. Kincaid, and family here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clarke, on their farm near Millers-bur- g. T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Phone No. 168. Court-Hous- e, Stanford, Kentucky. W. T. Saunders, who has been with relatives here for several weeks returned to his home in Louisville Monday afternoon. Mrs. Kate Miller, who has spent the past school term at the school for the blind at Pittsburg, where she held a nice position, has returned home for the summer. Igo Perry and James Cooper and Miss Lucille Cooper motored over to Danville the last of the week and spent the day with Dr. Fayette Dun-lapp. Clothing. Clothing. Clothing. y We are making SPECIAL PRICES on all Sale. A Clothing during our Fifteen-Dalarge stock of Blue Serges, Greys, Browns and Checks, Palm Beaches and Kool Klothes. A big assortment of Hats in Stetsons, Straws and Leghorns. Our stock of Ladies' and Men's Oxfords are better than ever before. Buy now and save money. ROBINSON'S County Attorney and Mrs. Lige of Liberty spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Ed Wilkinson and family and heard Judge Alden lecture at chautauqua that night. J. M. Raines, of Lebanon, visited his sister, Mrs. W. P. Kincaid and family Sunday. Mrs. Kincaid's niece, Miss Gladys Kirkland, of Lebanon, was also here. Miss Lyle Cooper and brother, Clarence Cooper, went to Cincinnati Sunday for a few days' Stay. They will return with their brother, Edward Cooper, who is making the trip from Litchfield, 111., in his auto. John Charles Osborne, of Knoxville, Tenn., joined his wife at her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Warren's here early this week and spent Sunday. He went to Hazard on business Mondav. Mrs. Warren continues quite ill. Mrs. Barnett, of the lower end of town, who sprained her ankle some eight weeks ago and has 'been confined to her home since was able to walk up town Wednesday for the first time. Her many friends were glad to see her out and hope that she will soon regain her strength. young Miss Virginia Owsley, tl daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. Thomas Owsley, entertained Friday from 4 to 7 o'clock P. M. with a delightful dance at her home on Forest ayenue in honor of her guests, Misses Harriet Rodes and Lorraine Carson, of Bowling Green, and Edwin Morrow, of Somerset, who are here for a week. The house was decked with white and yellow daisies and the hostess was assisted by her parents and her aunt, Miss Linda Owsley. A saxophone trio furnished the music and long saloon, parlor, with its hard wood floor, was arranged for dancing. Lexington Leader. Moore, . John A. Ball, expert embalmer and assistant to J. C. McClary, went to Somerset Saturday to embalm a body for Whitis & Lawhorn, a new undertaking firm of the capital of Pulaski. Herbert Brown, of the Bee Lick section was here Saturday ta have Dr. D. B. Southard dress a very bad-1- smashed hand. He received the wound while working with his traction engine. The Lincoln County National Bank declared a three per cent dividend, set aside $2,000 to pay taxes and applied amounts to other funds, a detailed statement of which will appear in the I. J., in a few days. Jesse Traylor, traveling engineer of the L. & N. with headquarters at Paris, came in Monday morning to see his father, A. T. Traylor who has been sick for some time at his home in the Goshen section. Virgil McMullin, of the southern section of the county, is in Cincinnati taking a special course in automobile mechanics, preparatory to engaging extensively in that business perhaps later. D. ' C. Payne, formerly of Crab Orchard, is now proprieter of an jewelry store at Barbour-villhandling diamonds, cut glass, musical instruments, etc., and of course, orders the I. J. sent to him there. E. P. Woods, Jr., young son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Woods, has his head bandaged up as a result of an encounter with a Iamb which persisted upon playing a little rough with the youngster. He butted the little fellow agains? a corner of the barn and cut a deep gash in his head, which required a lot of dressing. J. F. Cook, formerly of this county, and now a widely known breeder and stockman of Lexington, returned Sunday from Havana, Cuba, where he went six weeks ago with a carload of saddle horses and jack stock. All of the consignment brought good prices, and Mr. Cook says that he will spend more time in Cuba in the future than in the past, as it is a splendid field. This was his. annual trip and Mrs. Cook accompanied him, he combining business with pleasure during their stay in Havana, which has become a great winter resort for people from the United States. Morris Bruce is at home after a most successful stay for several weeks at the Wilbur R. Smith's business college at Lexington. He made one of the best records that has ever been made at that institute and one that he should feel justly proud of. Instead of staying the whole three months, which is the time required for the average pupil, he was only at school one-ha- lf of that time and graduated with honors. He is one of the most hustling young men of the town and will shortly accept a position where his many friends will expect big things of him. -- know. YOUR DOLLARS BUY MORE THE FAIR WE SELL IT CHEAPER Opposite Court House Main Street, Foley Bldg. up-to-d- ate OUR JULY CLEARANCE SALE e, Begins Tuesday, June 27th, and Lasts For Three Weeks We have no words strong enough to advise you to take advantage of the Exceptional Big Bargains we are offering during this clearing sale. We are willing to let you judge for yourself. All we ask is that you read every item carefully and then come to our store to convince yourself that we do as we advertise. APRONS LADIES' WHITE SKIRTS Latest style, best material, $1.50 Nice white Tea Aprons, embroid98c ered, 15c value Skirts, sale price 9c Ladies fine ribbed vests. 8c LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES Ladies Union Suits, extra good Nice Check Gingham, Washable, quality 23c 85c $1.50 values, sale price LADIES' SUN BONNETS Stock limited first come, first served. Latest pattern, easy to wash and ...... iron j:?? LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS 49c MEN'S UNDERWEAR $1.00 values, sale price. MEN'S UNION SUITS LADIES' WAISTS beautifully Men's Nainsook Union Suits 45c White Voile and Silk, 10c trimmed, latest style and design. Athletic Shirts $2.00 and $1.50 value, sale Fine Balbriggan Shirts and Draw98c ers, cool and comfortable, sale price price 23c CHILDREN'S DRESSES 45c Suit ... Nice Check Gingham and Poplin, Short Sleeves, Long Legs, . sale price guaranteed washable. $1.00 and 45c 75c values, sizes 2 to 6, 6 to 14, MEN'S FINE DRESS SHIRTS 49c sale price One lot of Children's White A large assortment of Men's launDresses, nicely embroidered. $2.00 dered Shirts, Collars and Cuffs atand $1.50 value, sale price 49c, tached, or plain, extremely good 69c, 98c. Sizes 2 to 6; 6 to 14. quality. 75c values, sale price 45c Beautiful patterns, or silk bosom LADIES' SILK HOSE and cuffs. $1.50 values, sale A large assortment of Ladies' price 98c Seamless ringed hose, double heel Nice Wash Ties 10c and toe; 65c value, sale price 39c Keep cool and comfortable by wearing one of our KeepKool Black, brown and gray, 50c 23c Kaps, at sale price .49c -Bal-bigga- $2.00 price and STRAW HATS $1.50 values, sale ..98c MEN'S PANTS Nice work pan4 $2.00 values, sale price $1.49 Men's Khaki Pants, extra heavy. $1.25 values, sale price 98c NICE BLUE SERGE PANTS Guaranteed Indigo Dye, full and one-ha- lf peg, $3.50 and $3.00 values, sale price ... $2.25 Men's Guaranteed Pants nice pattern, tailor-madguaranteed fit. $5.00 and $6.00 value; sale price $2.98 and $3.98 All-Wo- ol e, n, Mason's Gap Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Trobbins and little son, Clyde were the welcome visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wil- val-oie- sf STORE. A $4.00 shoe for $3.25 in Gun Metal, button or lace. A $3.00 shoe for $2.49 in Gun Metal, Patent, Leather, button or lace. MEN'S WORK SHOES The one you have been looking for, $3.50 and $4.00 values $2.89 A large lot of Boy's Rompers, 25c values, sale price 15c EXTRA! in economy? Do you want to save money? Then buv vour shoes at the FAIR Do you believe EXTRA! der Sunday. Miss Emma Warren and Miss May Brackett, of Cincinnati and Misses THE FAIR STORE, A. Groban, Prop., DANVILLE. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, June 27, 1916. There is more Catarrh In this sectUn of the country than all other diseases' put together, and to be until the last few years was supposed doctors Incurable. For a great many years pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced it Incurable. Science lias proven Catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only Constitutional cure on the market. It Is taken Internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case It falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials Address: K J. CIIENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Farm and Stock News H. C. Bottom, of Mercer, bought steers in Casey a bunch of 600-pound at 7c, car-loa- Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Drugcits, 75c , CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET Receipts ,800; active; packers and butchers 9.609.80; common to choice, $79; pigs and lights, 6.50 9.75; stags, $G7. Cattle Receipts, GOO; slow. Steers, $5.75 10; heifers $5.508.85; cows, $4.50 (5)7.25; calves, sWady, $5 11.50. Sheep Receipts, 2,300; slow, $2.50 7; lambs, slow, $7 11.25. & Cress bought last week a of hogs of various parties at cents. 8 Lanesboro, Iowa, last week. 38 At head of Shorthorn cattle sold at an average of $420 per head. Matt Long bought 25 head of GOO pounu neners in lut. oteumg tius week, at $7.25 per hundred pounds. ' The Women's League of New York City, has raised $2,000 to provide watering troughs for horses in that Jones d 1-2 ijm m ' T B9 IM5i mf&ii . :w- sK-- a city. V. A. Lear, of Lancaster engaged a bunch of cattle from Aleck Doty, '?SSB1 ?&Ky Vtfjrf jf-1 i - LITTLEJOHN'S SHOWS COMING. The Greenville, Tenn., Times had the following to say concerning United Shows, which will appear here next week, starting Monday, July 3rd, under the auspices of the local I. O. O. F.. John's United Shows are exhibiting pn the Vann Lot near the Southern depot this week. This is Mr. Little-john- 's third engagement in our city he is in every way Jiving up to and his well established reputation for having nothing but clean attractions. The One Ring Circus, which is the main attraction, consists of a complete circus performance lasting about one hour. This is a new departure never having been seen here before with a carnival, and that it is popular with the people is attested by the large crowds which visit this Little-john- 's show at each performance. Old Plantation deserves special mention, being one among the best negro minstrels ever seen here, carrying a number of perf ormers all of whom are artists in their line. The Big Side Show, consisting of ten shows in one, includes wolves, wild cats, monkey, snakes, the fat girl; Electricia, Larry ,the cigarette fiend; the optical illusion and the glass blower, all of which are very interesting and entertaining. If there's anything in that old adage 'laugh and grow fat,' no one can afford to stay poor, when by taking a 'Trip to Mars' they can increase their avoirdupois. A trip to the carnival is not complete without a 'Trip to Mars.' Another attraction is the 'Crazy House,' which affords much hilarity. d There are also the usual and other amusements. Vast throngs crowd the midway at each opening and all attractions show to capacity houses at each performance. Mr. Littlejonhn carries with him an Italian Band, the Grella, which is an excellent one and is under the able leadership of Mr Rocco Grella. It goes without saying that this is the best carnival that has been in Greenville for several years and no doubt Mr Littlejohn would receive a hearty welcome should he decide to play a return engagement at some future date." Lit-teljohn's of Garrad at 7 cents per pound for fall delivery. W. B. Burton, the Lancaster horse and mule buyer, bought three mare mules at Science Hill, Pulaski county, last week at $155. Virgil Gastineau, of Garrard, bought a mule at Lancaster court hve-year-o- m&, m ld Q? 3Ji(33& mL'jlL&. -- n.iZ:f-- Monday for $87.50. He was a and was four years old. In Indiana, T. A. -- Fitch sold head of & Co., twenty-on- e voung horses, from three to four years old, for $4,200. cot-ton- er H KEE' SKT'S S23J r-.- J. B. Crain, of near Parksville bought last week of J. M. Tarkington hogs at 8 l-eighteen d butcher steers lb., twenty pound. of W. C. Moss at 7 l-Virgil Weaver, the bee man of Pendleton county has sent 200 stands of his bees to Harrison county, on account or the scarcity of sweet clover bloom this year. V. A. Lear, of Garrard, bought a carload of hogs 'the latter part of the week from his neighbors in Garrard at 8 2 cents and had them on the Cincinnati market Monday. Lee Dawson has sold 500 head of 1,050 pound cattle, which were slopped at New Haven, Ky., to Henry Knight at $8.50 per hundred pounds. The cattle were delivered this week. J. P. Ballard and George D. Boone had in Cincinnati Monday a mixed car load of cattle and hogs. They bought the cattle of various parties at 4c to 7c and the hogs in the Bee Lick section at 8c. Caywood & McClintock, of Paris shipped 1,000 lambs to the New York market last week. The lambs cost about nine cents per pound. The same firm shipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati that cost nine cents per 165-pound 4c 850-poun- 2c ': A Timely Warning well-know- 1-- ELEVEN n automobiles have advanced in price within the i days. Vif,- - pound. merry-go-roun- CENT -A- -WORD ADS is- (Ads here ar z cent a word each sue, cash vith order: no ad. less than 25c each issue.) FOR SALE Nice spotted pony. Joe McAlister. Phone 1G9 M. Mrs.. WE are still giving wonderful barsale. Robinson's gains in our y 15-da- FOR SALE Ford touring car, 1915 model. In good condition. For information call at this office. 50-2- t. FOR SALE. An hall clock. Mrs. J. H. Barker, ed Hus-tonvill- e. 51-- 2 WANTED. Horses to break; to drive andride. Satisfaction on all. Write me or see me. Thos. Hackley, 50-- 3 Stanford, R D. 1. Extracted white clover honey for sale at 10 cents a pound. Write or phone 7 y J. M. Ware. 51 4t. Stanford R. F. D. No. 1. HONEY SAVE $5 to $10 on Old Hickory Wagons. We bought carload before the advance. Edmiston Bros., Crab Orchard. 50-- 2 A COMPETITIVE examination for appointment to State University of Kentucky, will be held in my office Julv 8th. Garland Singleton, Supt. 51 2t. FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-bl- e, Stanford 42tf WANTED to buy at the highest cash pice, rags, metals, etc. Will Wilhoit at $41.50. Frank Thompson pay freight on all shipments amount- sold one cow to Rowan Graves at ing to 100 lbs., or more of the above $52. 50; to same party, one cow at mentioned. Write for shippingcards, $57. W. S. Wallace sold thirteen etc. C. L. Walker & Co., 1911 Lytle cattle to William Campbell at $44 a 51-- 1 street, Louisville, Ky. head. J. W. Thomason "sold nine cattle to Leslie Murphy at $45.75; J. now W. Thomason sold fourteen cattle to A SPECIAL OFFER From Ben Dragoo, at $36.05. "Nov. election, the i J. M. Roberts, the veteran Pulaski county trader, started to Lancaster court with a bunch of cattle, but he sold out before he got there and went back home. To J. M. Cress he sold a bunch of Jersey steers weighing about 700 pounds at 6c. ,F. L. Thompson, of the Preachers- ville section, engaged to Brown and Lawson in March last 75 hogs that weighed 275 pounds at 8c. They were taken up a few days ago. Mr. Thompson says he did well with them as he raised his own corn, but that the buyers did better than he Dr. R. C. Watkins, near Maywood lost a nice steer from backleg a day or two ago. W. H. Shanks had a calf to die of the same disease a couple of Dr. John Cook, local weeks ago. veterinarian, and local government reporter says that there are several more cases in the East End of the county. Blackleg is contagious but easily preventable. The highest price ever received for cattle in Scott county was paid to Horace Hambrick by Monte Fox, of Danville, for a herd of seventy-fou- r of which head, thirty-fou- r weighed Each 1, 500 pounds. brought $9.75 a hundred; twenty head weighed 1,350 pounds, brought $9.25; and twenty head, weighing 1,400 pounds, brought $9 a hunded. Ed and N. B. Price, of Garrad have engaged 38 head of cattle to Isaac Shelby, of the Shelby City $7 per hundred, the beeves They purchased to go in October. two sows and pigs from T. J. Price, Sr.. at a price of $65. The Messrs. Jersey Price bought a calf from G. B. Swinebroad for $50. Saturday, G. W. Lyne sold his fine farm about one mile from the city limits on the Lexington pike to Charles W. Horine for $20,000. The place is well improved and mostly in grass and contains about 100 acres. Mr. Lyne took in exchange Mr. Hor-ine- 's residence on North Main street at $4,000. Mr. Lyne will move here at once. This is the highest price ever paid for a farm of that size in an equal distance from Nicholasville. This farm has belonged to the Lyne years. Mr. family about seventjf-fiv- e Lyne bought the place from the heirs twenty-seve- n years ago for $80 par acre, and has lived there practically all of his life. Jessamine News. At Georgetown Simpson & Watson sold to Thomas K. Shuff eighteen cattle at $515, to Thacker & Spralding, seventeen head at $357, to v. ir. ritzgeraiu twenty-liv- e at $425, and to J. W. Lawrence. Jas. W. Thompson sold nine heifers at $7.70 a hundred to Thomas Morgan, thirty-fou- r heifers to Morris Brothers at $34 edch. Emmett Marshall sold to W. L. Jennings, one cow at $49; one to Frank Hall for $44; one to- W. T. Neal for $56: one to Lon sec-tion,- The Maxwell Company has not increased their prices5 '" We do not know what their plans are, but we do know and you know that materials entering into the construction of good automobiles now cost from 20 to 300 per cent more than they did six months ago. Nothing is to be gained by delay. Much may be lost. Not only may you lose several dollars in the purchase price, but you are sacrificing the enjoyment, the relaxation, the health-givin- g properties everything, in fact, that makes motoring the favorite pastime of the natiorC We urge you to come in and investigate the Maxwell. $ Or, we will refer you to any number of Maxwell owners and let 4. . Jr r: r o- them tell you their own story in their own way. They will tell you what they have told us. That the Maxwell is g that it is powerful that it is comfortable that it is economical in short, that it is the best investment they ever made. They will tell you more and they will tell you gladly sand freely. That's the way they feel toward us and the Maxwell Car. Whatever you do, don't put this off. We have a few cars on hand and can take orders for immediate or future delivery at present prices. If. you can't come in today, phone us for a Maxwell demonstration. good-lookin- s A. Touring Car $655 ,F. O. B. DETROIT Roadster $635 at S Local Agent At Lincoln National Bank, Stanford, Ky. What Maxwell Owners Say: . Mr. H. C. Carpenter, x j Stanford, Ky.: . I have driven my new Maxwell l,000v miles. It yields 30 miles and better to the gallon of "gasoline with a fuUload and 200 mile's to the quart of oil.- My tires show no - to 10th, after the I. J. can give you the I. J. one year, WATT'S CHAPEL the Louisville Evening Post to Nov. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boone visi10th and Home and Farm one year, ted Mr. George Boone Wednesday. all for $2. Miss Mamie and Eddie Bailey are visiting in Livingston this week. Mr. W. G. Lutes from Monoji, Ind. is visiting his daughter, Mrs, M. C. RELIABI Thompson. Andrew Bailey has purchased a new auto. Andy Thompson is on the sick list this week. Henry Davis spent REMEDYFORMEN. I Sunday with Mr. and Saturday and Mrs. Charlie AT YOUR DRUGGIST. Robbins. ; appreciable wear The Car hasn't given me a minute's trouble. I have not been able able to equal this record with any other make cai. r ,;' J- Very truly, ' v (Signed) O. L. MINKS, Proprietor Danville Stanford Bus Line! - ' Call Stanford Service -- Station-Pho- ne 30IM or. Demonstration t.V ?