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This Label Is -ceipt or a Bill. XvLW Does It Say to You? JS. Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, June 30, 1916. FOR PREPAREDNESS Tuesdays and Fridays SPLENDID OLD MAN OF EAST END Joseph Edward Pleasant Dies at Crab Orchard After Long Life Member of Long-Live- d Family. Joseph Edward Pleasants, one of the oldest and most respected citizens of the East End of this county, died at his home in Crab Orchard Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock, full of years and earthly honors. Mr. Pleasants was 82 years of age, was a native of this county, and had lived in it practically all of his life. He was a splendid old gentleman in every sense of the word, beloved, respected and esteemed by all, and in his passing, the county loses one of its best and truest men. Mr. Pleasants was a life long member of the Baptist church, honorable and upright in all his dealings with his fellowmen. He was a contractor and carpenter most of hte life. He was a son of the late R. H Pleasants and one of a family which has made an unusual record for its longevity. He was the second of seven children of his father by his first wife, all of whom are living, except him, who was the first to go. The rest of his full sisters and brothers' ages vary from 71 to 84 years. All of his grandchildren ar living and all of his except one or two, who died in infancy. Mr. Pleasants' wife was Miss Ora Pollock, who preceded him to the Great Beyond about ten years ago. He is survived by four children, who are Mrs. Margaret Hunt, of Florida. Mrs Nancy Sharp, of Middlesboro, Mrs. W. R. Gaines, and James A. Pleasants, of Crab Orchard. The deceased was a brother of Messrs. J. T., George A., W. R. Pleasants, of this county, and H. A Pleasants, of Groom, Texas, and his four sister3 are Misses Polly and Martha Pleasants, and Mrs N. L. Edmiston. of Crab Orchard, and Mrs. Jessie Stagg, of Stanford. A large number of friends and loved ones attended the funeral Thursday afternoon, to pay the last tribute of love and respect to this splendid man. Beautiful andMmS pessive services were conducted by? great-grandchildren Crab Orchard.' HOCKER fc f Local Man Advocates Military TrainThe revival at the Christian church ing of Transylvania Students. which has been in progress for two Colored Soldier from Crab Orchard The Lexington Herald says that a Say Judge Hardin, In Opinion Up- weeks closed Sunday night. We feel that this has been one of the most meeting of the Board of Curators of Was Captured at Carrizal Othholding Arbitrators of Old successful meetings ever held here. Transylvania University, Lexington, ers Who Will Fight for Flag. Men have been forced to deep the other day, military training for Courthouse Claim thought and a spirit of religious fer- the students of Transylvania was adi As is usually the case, Lincoln vor not known here in long years vocated by J. S. Hocker, of Stanford, An opinion was received here this pervaded the whole town. Not one county is always at the forefront of week by local attorneys, from Judge spirit of bitterness has crept in. a member of the board. Mr. Hocker anything big that is on tapis. C. A. Hardin, in the case of Geo. Car- Methodists, Baptists and Episcopa- declared that this would be in line The prospective unpleasantness ter, as a taxpayer of Lincoln county lians have united in their efforts for with the spirit of preparedness that with Mexico is going to give a against Krueger & Son, of ML Ver- successful refreshing and it came. now pervades the nation, and develop number of Lincoln county men who non, who built the new courthouse, Our, pastor has exerted every effort the student physically as well as in are in Uncle Sam's army, an opporin which Judge Hardin holds that he possessed and the good he did mental poise, The matter is referred tunity to distinguish themselves, as to the executive committee for deciLincoln county must pay to Krueger will outlive him. Twenty-fiv- e adso many of Lincoln's sons have done some $3,800, with interest for sev- ditions was the harvest reaped. On sion. The curators decided to inau- in the historic past. eral years, being the amount claimed last Sunday seven deacons were or- gurate this summer a campaign for To a humble colored soldier, whose by Krueger to be due on the contract dained Messrs. Robert White, Will increasing the nnmber of students home was originally at Crab Orchard which is expected eventually to bring made with the county for the con- Pettus, Howard was given the privilege of being thef Frazier Hurt, it up to at least 500. courthouse. struction work of the Lincoln under fire. The Skiles, Hamilton and Cummins. Tentative pans for constructing a first from When settlement was being made Prof. Hatfield was also ordained as Lexington Leader says that among for the new courthouse, Krueger put Elder. The ceremony was beauti- girls' dormitory were discussed, and the prisoners taken at the battle of a decision will be reached at a later in this claim for what he alleged was ful and impressive. Carrizal when the Mexicans ambushmeeting as to whether a building for ed the Ameican cavalry, was Frank additional work done to that called Rev. and Mrs. Tinder, of Lancas- this purpose shall be purchased or M. Owens, who went from Crab Orfor in his original contract with the ter were the guests of Mrs Sarah constructed. chard to Lexington, where he workcounty. The Fiscal Court denied this ed as porter at the Reed Hotel. InHurt and Mr. F. Hurt and family, and it was agreed to submit the disquiry develops that Oivens is well pute to arbitrators The county se- Sunday. WATKINS MOORE. known in the East End though he Mrs. L. F. Jones has returned from has not resided there Ifor several lected Mr. P. M. McRoberts, the conA quiet and pretty wedding was years. a Mr. a most pleasant visit to her parents tractor, Mr Krueger, selected that of Miss Edith Watkins and Mr. The Tenth- Cavalry is a colored Rider, of ML Vernon, and they chose near London. S. F. Moore, Jr., soemnized at the regiment, commanded b white offMrs. W. S. Anderson, of Louisville as the third man a Mr. Looney, of icers, and it has had a stirring histobride's home, "Chestnut Hill," on ry. It greatly distinguished itself in Danville. At the meeting of the ar- who was Miss Lucille Morgan came Wednesday afternoon, June 28th. iHill in San bitrators, the other two gentemen home to spend a few days with her The house was beautifully decora- the battle of Spain Juan1$98, and the is in war against took positions regarding the points parents, Rev. and Mrs. Morgan. She ted, the color scheme being carried now the first regiment to get activeat issue which Mr. McRoberts did not was married to Mr. Anderson in out in the ices. The ceremony was ly into the fighting in Mexico. Its believe fair to the county, so he deInd., last week. He is a performed by Rev. D. M. Walker, work will be watched witH more than usual interest by reason of the fact clined to take part in the proceed- son of Mr. H. C Anderson, of Stanfindings. The ford, a sober, steady industrious under an arch of ferns and daisies. that in addition to Owens5, there are ings or agree to the Little Misses Lida May Denham and several other Lincoln county colored other two then decided that Krueger young man has a fine position with Georgia Hogg, as flower girls, pre- men enrolled in its ranks. Several ought to recover from the county Ford Auto Co., of Louisville, and "boys" belong to the Tenth. ceded the couple, who entered the Stanford the additional $3,800 be claimed. By both he and his bride were popular parlor to the strains of the bridal Will Love, of this city, has two sons wearing Uncle Sam's uniform, their Judge Hardin's opinion, Krueger's and beloved young people and have march from Lohengrin, played by names being Tom and Jpsse Love, additional claim against the county many friends who will be glad to Mr. here. J6rdan Hill, Keith Lester cousin of the bride. both well known Campbell, was upheld in every particular with hear of their happiness. Lucille had The local groporter for E. B. bride is the youngest daughter cer, has a son and namesake, Jordan exception of one claim for $900 just graduated with honor at the of Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Watkins, a Hill, Jr., a good recfor alleged damages caused by water Female College and is both most charming and accomplished ord in thewho is making"Char" Rout service, and leaking into the basement of the a- cultivated and practical girl and young lady, who is very popular also of this county, is with the Tenth. courthouse while the building was has a sweet, gentle disposition and among a large circle of friends. The Harve Stewart, porter for W. H. being erected. as they float down life's stream to- groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Higgins, is anxious to hear from his son "Fort" Stewart, who is also in County Attorney W. S. Burch stat- gether may no rude beast sever their Moore, of Harrodsburg, s a prosper- the colored regiment. ed this morning that the county will barque. Lincoln county is also well repreous young farmer, of sterling qualimost certainly take an appeal to the Miss Fox, of Shelbyville has been ties, who number his friends by his sented among the regular white regiments which are on border service, Court of Appeals. The judgment, if visiting her sister, Mrs. Skiles, who acquaintances. Best wishes of the and will see active service against county is forced finally by the returned with her for a visit: the entire community follow the happy Mexico when the invasion begins. higher court to pay it, will cost the Another little baby boy has arriv- couple to their new home. Sergeant John Hubble, of the Signal taxpayers something like $5,000. Cops, with headquarters at (Columed at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Bur-gibus, New, Mexico, is one,cf the best Attorneys for Krueger & Son, the He arrived Sunday but has not MISS HAYDEN men in the service. anrifAfrqm contractors, were George D. Flor- yet been christened. Alex Williams, alsd( wears ence, of this city' and A. B. Bensing-e-r, Miss Josephine Hayden, daughter the khaki, and is from old Lincoln. Mrs. Dexter Ballou and children, of Louisville, while representing of Stanford came over Sunday to of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hayden, of Trueheart P. Bourne, is a Sergeant the county were County Attorney W. visit her mother, Mrs. M. E. Fish. Paris, who is spending her Summer Major and has been stationed at La be right in the, Attorneys P. M. McRobS. Burch, Mr. G. W. Durham, of New York, vacation at home received the news redo, Texas. He will when middle of the scrap it comes, Harding and Emmett city is mingling with old friends here that she had been erts, Robert to the his old friends "back home" haven't Puryear. and attending to business interests. position she held on the Faculty of the slightest doubt. Young Will Mershon, son of Capt. Prayer meetings each Thursday the School for the Deaf at JacksonCHAUTAUQUA COMES TO CLOSE night at the Christian church and ville, 111. Miss Hayden stood the W. H. Mershon, of the L. & N. force has been in the Philippines, highest in the Civil Service exami- here,will probably be transferred to The final number of the Alkahest everybody invited and expected. but Our Sick Mr. Bell suffers with nation for the State of Illinois, and duty in Mexico. Mose Cooley, of Chautauqua was given Tuesday night to a large audience. This ended the his burnt hands. Mr. Alfred Davis is her grade was said to have been the this city, has been In the Philippines and delights his 1916 program and the session was feeble, limbs terribly swollen and second highest made by any one tak- for several months, I. J. readers evfriends among the brought to a most successful close in can't lie down. Mr. John Edmiston is ing this examination in the United ery once in a while with a letter. every way. The Woman's Club came able to sit some and walk around a States. Her many friends and rela Two East End boys who want to handsomely on the venture, net- little. Mrs. Caltha Newland is im tives in this section are proud of the serve their country went to London out the militia and ting above all expenses over $100, proving slowly, not able to be out of splendid work she has been doing. last week there enlisted inbe transfercompany and will which was invested in a piano for the her room. Mrs. Agnes Herrin has. She is a graduate of Hamilton Col- red to the mobilization camp at Fort club rooms in the courthouse. The been quite sick but is better at this lege, of the class of several years Thomas this week and thence go to n Lexington Leader. the border. They were Atwood Beasey Sisters concert company, writing. Mrs. James Hays, Sr., is suf- ago. son of Mr, and the which gave the last entertainment, fering greatly from rheumatism. Mrs. W. R. Dillion, of the Cedar pleased everyone who heard them. In 'Mrs. Dudderar has been quite sick DIXIE ROOK CLUB Creek section, and Jack Edwards, fact, there was not a bad number for several days. Mr. Tobe Ballard's The Dixie Rook Club was delight- son of George W. Edwards, this side on the entire program and heartiest son who has typhoid fever is improv- fully entertained by Miss Levisa Har- of Crab Orchard. Both successfully examinations at praise and commendation is heard on ing. Mrs. Oscar Singleton has been ris at her home- near Hubble Thurs- passed the entrance Dillion's Young London. the splendid pro- very sick for several days at his day afternoon. Patriotic colors, red James Dillion, is captain of theuncle, all sides both of Longram given and the splendid manner home near Cedar Creek with symp- and white and blue were used in the don company. The Somerset News says that in which the big affair was conducted toms of fever. Mrs. Pettus left for decorations and delicious ices and Oklahoma to be with her mother who cakes were among the prisoners at the battle of from start to finish. served. The hostess was ihas been paralyzed. assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Eliza Carrizal was Charlie Marshall a forMrs. Avarilla Livingston Adams Harris TRIPLE WEDDING IN MERCER and Mrs. J. A. Harris. Guests mer Somerset negro, who was once has received a letter from her aunt, were Mesdames Annie Engleman, E. porter at the Newtonian Hotel. Rev. J. M. Baker, of Harodsburg performed a triple wedding cere- Mrs. Sallie Pennington stating that P. Woods, Bettie Bush, John B. FosLATEST FROM MEXICO. mony at Salvisa, Mercer county. she made the trip safely frrom here ter, C. H. Foster, R. T. Bruce, Harry to Rocky Ford, Col. She went alone Frye, McKee Riffe, T. J. Hill, Jr., Intimations have been received by The couples were Oscar Sanders and Miss Bertner Reed, Milton Sanders and was not well when she started, Tom Pence, Harry Hill, J.H. Wright, the American Government that Gen. and Miss Maidie Beasley and Edgas so we were glad to hear she reached Misses Esther and Mary Burch, Sue Carranza intends to reaffirm the orT. Engleman and Elizabeth Givens. ders given to Gen. Trevino directing Yates and Miss Hallie Hendren. They Mrs. Lucy Singleton's alright. ColRev. Arnett, of Translyvania that American toops be attacked if are all prominent young people of they move in any direction in MexDugansville and were members of lege, Lexington and who labored so BEECH GROVE much for the success of our meeting ico except toward the border. Off.Mr. Baker's congregation when he Rev. Baird filled his appointment left for Lexington Saturday, carry- at Beech Grove Saturday and Sun- icials expect, however, that the note preached there. They were friends will be free from hostile language and the triple ceremony was at their ing with him the very best wishes day to a large crowd. and continue the discussion of the of all of our people who became very request. Cora Ledford is very sick 'vith advisability of the withdrawal of the much attached to him. Mr. Wyatt, the measles. troops from Mexico. of our pastor, who conducted father NO PAPER TUESDAY. Miss Josephine Ellison, of WilThe 23 troopers of the Tenth Cavsinging so well left Monday for the liamsburg is visiting Misses Jennie As next Wednesday is the Fourth alry and Lem H. Spillsbury, Mormon his home at Valley View, near Louisof July, there will be no issue of the ville. He with our choir and altho and Lucy Smith. scout, were brought to the internaJohn McGinnis continues in very Interior Journal that day, but like not very well was always at his post tional bridge at El Paso, at 3:15 the banks, postoffice and many other of duty and we were sorry when he poor health. o'clock Thursday afternoon. Gen. Mr. Edd Elam, of Milton, visited public institutions the I. J. will take Bell was waiting and gave a written had to return to his home. Services his a holiday as far as issual of a paper will be at the Christian church Sun- and father, Mr. P. T. Elam Saturday receipt for their delivery. Three of ounday. is concerned. The regular issue will day night all the troopers declared they were cerinvited. Mss Virgie Payne visited at the appear next Friday, however. tain that several of the American Messrs. John Stevenson and Billy home of her aunt, Mrs.P. T. Elam. wounded left on the field of battle George Holman have bought out the Miss Jennie Smith is visiting her Will My Child Take Dr. King's New soda fountain rights of Will Petus at Carrizal subsequently were killed sister, Mrs. Stevens, on Stingy Creek. by Discovery? the Mexicans. They said they and have opened parlors one door beMiss Bertha Davis is visiting her is Dr. King's New low Collier Bros.', where they are aunt and cousin in the county of had been robbed of money and valThis best answer uables. Discovery itself. It's a pleasant; serving the most delicious soda Rock Castle. Reports have been received in con- creams, latest and best flavors and sweet syrup, easy to take. It Mr. Tom Wells and Lige Wilson Mexico City that the American will appreciate your calls and treat tains the medicines which years of are in Pulaski this week. troops are moving toward the border experience have proven best for you "cooly." Poyn-te- r and that four towns, abandoned in Our new marshal Mr. James Coughs and Colds. Those who have their retirement, have been occupied of Garrard county, has moved Mageel ,; used Dr. King's New Discovery longMaster Robert jollier Cass, of by the de facto troops. his family into the Geisel home and est are its best friends. Besides A company of the Signal Corps ery bottle is guaranteed. If ' you has taken charge of our town which Brodhead is visiting Mr. and Mrs. from Lexington will be the first Kenget satisfaction you get your he promises to carefully overlook Robert Collier. don't Prof. Hatfield And Miss Clara Co- tucky unit sent to the border in the money back. Buy a bottle, use as and woe to the lawbreaker. Mr. Ifarry Magee and family have llier motored to Georgetown Wednes- belief of National Guard officers sta directed. Keep what is left for tioned at Fort 'Thomas. . Cough and Cold insurance. ft been recent visitors of Mrs. Kate day. r- LINCOLN "BOYS" IN THE ARMY $9000 DEBT FULLY PAID OFF Hustonville On last Thursday evening, at the home of Mrs. Barnette, Class No. 7, Before Dedication of Campbellsville New Christian Church Sunday. The new Christian church building at Campbellsville was dedicated last Sunday, an. immense crowd of people being present. The church was built at an expense of $25,000 and it is one of the handsomest in the State. Rev. W. G. Montgomery, who was pastor at Moreland several years is the pastor and led the campaign to raise $25,000 for the new building, which is a great credit and ornament to the town of Campbellsville, being beautiful in design, and very handsomely furnished. There was a balance of $9,000 due on the new Christian church building - - Jef-fersonvi- Mil-lersbu- rg n. Mc-Kinn- . ed Dil-lio- - of the Christian church, was beautifully entertained by the Misses Barnette and Mrs. Joe W. Rout. Those present were Misses Blanche and Ella Barnette, Eddie T. Carpenter, Pearl Fields, Bess Riffe, Sue North, Mary North, Katherine Warriner, Betty Peavyhouse, Florence Dawes, and Anna North, Mesdames Joe W. Rout, Million, Fred Jeffers and Will Stagg, Messrs. Joe W. Rout, Million, Will Stagg, Roger Hicks, Lee Luny, Charlie Dunn, Marion Fields and Orie Barnett. At a late hour, delightful refreshments were served and all soon departed for home, wondering why the nights could not Sunday before the dedication and it be longer. was decided to clear off this debt beMrs. J. E. Grubbs and handsome fore the preaching of the dedicatory little son, Robert Harold, of Sachets sermon. The members and other persons who were in sympathy wit' Harbor, N. Y., arrived Thursday for parents, Mr. and Mrs. the denomination, in a very short a visit to her W. Girdler, at Hustonville. Sertime subscribed $11,000. The Adair W. County News says that while Mr. geant Grubbs is stationed at Eagle Geo. H. Gowdy abhors notoriety of Pass, Texas. Mr. Maynard, on the Stanford any kind is is well enough for the pike, purchased the driving pony of public to know that he contributed !Mrs. E. B. Powell, for $110, and he $7,500 to the building of this edifice, tho he is not a member of the Chris- is a jim dandy driver, too. B. W. Leigh has 50 head of the tian Church or any other church. nicest pigs, we have seen for a long His mother was an ardent member of their that denomination, and naturally Mr. while. They were taken from to mother Thursday morning be Gowdy is in sympathy with it. weaned. Barney can't be beat raising fine hogs. News of t.'S Churches Porter Bell and Dallace Rule mo tored through here Wednesday on The Beulah Walker Circle will their way to Liberty. E. P. Carpenter, of Moreland, is meet with Miss Mary Walden Gooch in a serious condition and was taken on Saturday, July 8th, at 2:30. to Stanford Wednesday by his broUnion services at the Methodist ther, C. C. Carpenter for medical church at 7:45, preaching by Rev. treatment. D. M. Walker. J. B. Honaker sold a number of cattle Wednesday to Monte Fox, of At the Methodist church Sunday 9:30 Sunday School. 10:45 preaching Danville. They were weighed Thursby the pastor. Epworth League at day morning. Milton McCormack has been quite 7 P. M. feeble for the past few days. Rev. W. D. Welburn will preach at W. L. Evans, while out on R. F. D. Neal's Creek Sunday at 3 P. M. fol- No. 1, Wednesday, was taken ill and lowing Sunday School. A full at- Dr. Childress had to be sent for. He tendance of members is desired for a was later taken to his home near ML church conference. Salem. At last reports he was rest Ju- ing easy. Presbyterian church, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Rynearson, of ly 2nd: Sunday school at 9:30; Serthe Fork, were callers here Saturday C. E. Topic vice at 11 o'clock. How to Make Ours An Ideal Nation. afternoon. Hughes & McCarty, of Stanford, No evening service. Rev. J. W. Beagle, Baptist evange- were here Saturday in the real estate list from Georgetown, will preach at business. Mrs. Bettie Williams has recently Preachersville Sunday morning and purchased a roadster from a local night. All are invited to come out agent, and her daughter, Miss and hear him. Williams, is fast learning to Preaching at the Baptist church drive it. Sunday morning as usual by the pasMrs. Jennie Carpenter and Miss tor. Morning subject: "The Aspi- Eddie T. Carpenter, spent Thursday rations of the Soul;" evening sub- at Elixir Springs. ject: "The Unrenewed and the ReJesse Riffe, while attempting to new Life." Both services at the chock a wagon a few days since, usual time. missed the wheel with the rock and stuck his middle finger under the PASSED AWAY IN TEXAS. wheel, and came out minus the end received here of the of same. News has been Miss Dawes, our beautiful teledeath at Honey Grove, Texas, of Fephone operator, has accepted a posilix Huffman, who went west from Kentucky' many years ago, and has tion in Danville, and will take charge many friends and relatives here and immediately. Messrs. Monte Fox, Ben Bright, in other sections of Kentucky. Mr. Huffman married. Miss Jennie Hays, Perk Ingram, and Andy Cowan, all a niece of J. C. Hays of this city, of Danville, and Wm. Dodd, W. G. and is survived by her and several Cowan, J. B. Honaker and C. C. Carchildren. Mr. Hays also received penter, of Hustonville, spent Sunday word of the death at Dallas, Texas, at Elixir Springs, and all report a of Camillus Hays, his nephew. The huge time at that noted resort. George Shelby and son, of Shelby deceased is reported to have died City, were here Thursday looking afsuddenly of a paralytic stroke. ter some live stock. Ben Bright, Perk Ingram and Andy ."ECK" YOCUM DIES IN OHIO Cowan, of Danville, are guests at The body of A. A. Yocum, known Elixir Springs. to his host of friends as "Eck," was T. W. Jones, the Stanford stock brought to his old home at McKinney trader, was here Thursday and went Tuesday and laid to rest in the ceme- to the afternoon to load tery there Tuesday afternoon. Mr. a Moreland in he recently purchased car of Iambs Yocum died in Hamilton, O., last in shipment to the Friday of pneumonia, after only a citythis section, for markets. short illness. For many years he Will Barker is adding quite an imwas signal inspector on the Q. & C. provement e, to the looks of the railroad. He was an enthusiastic by giving it a fresh coat of democrat and well liked and esteem- paint. ed by all who knew him. N. D. Snow, of Walltown, Casey county, has been here this week PICTURE SHOW PROGRAM - among relatives and friends. Friday Iron Claw, No. 18, Pathe ; W. D. Stagg, Sr., of Kidd's Store, Luke and the Rural Roughneck, is in a very serious condition from Pathe. the effects of a sun stroke while in Saturday "Monna Vanna, 3 reels his wheat field a few days ago. 101 Bison; Pathe Weekly News, No. .Len W. Hudson, and wife, of At36, Pathe lanta, are here on a visit to relatives Monday Pathe. (Program to be and friends. She is a sister of Dr. selected. J. T. Bohon, of the Heights, near "Armstrong's Tuesday Wife' High Bluff. Paramount featuring Edna Goodrich. Banks Hudson and wife, pf Danville, were here Wednesday visiting Clear Skin Comes From Within relatives and friends here. Emmett McCormack purchased of ycu can gain It is foolish to think by the use Nelson & Wells, of Crab Orchard, a good clear complexion of face powder. Get at the root of 40 old sheep at $7.35 per head, and the trouble and thoroughly cleanse lambs at 8 2 cents. Miss Sarah Dunlap, of Kansas City the system wih a treatment of Dr. King's New Life Pills. Gentle and and Mrs. Fayette Dunlap, of Danmild in action, do not gripe, yet they ville, left Thursday after a pleasant relieve the liver by their action on visit to friends and relatives. D. W. Dunn has lots of celery the bowels. Good for young, adults com plants for sale; also late cabbage and aged. Go after a clear ' plexion today. 25c at your druggist plants. f Or-ph- ie post-offic1-- Mr. J. C. McClary, after which inter- ment was in the Crab Orchard tery at 3 o'clock. FLATWOODS.. ceme- gressing The Bible Reading here is pronicely. We have large crowds every Sunday and they seem to be taking great interest. Mr. and Mrs. Garfield M. Elder and children visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Elder, Saturday. Mrs. Myrtle Harness has typhoid fever. We are glad to say that she is getting along as well as could be expected. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brown, Sr., spent Tuesday night with Mr. G. A. Brown. Mrs. Garfield M. Elder and daughters visited her mother, Mrs. R. P. Muncy, at Buck Creek Sunday and Monday. Misses Ada and Delpha Benge visited Misses Florida and Mamie Tay- lor Sunday. Mrs. Bell Delaney and daughters, and Mrs. Delia Thompson and daughter, were up to see Mrs. Myrtle Harness. Mrs. Thomas Lamar, of East St. Louis and Mrs. J. F. Watson were here last week visiting their sister, Mrs. John Elder. Mr. Joseph Harness and family visited Mr. Martin Smith Monday. Rev. John Elder was sick and not able to attend the Bible Reading Sunday evening. Mr. Benge filled his place as teacher. Miss Docia Reynolds, the invalid, still continues in a critical condition. Miss Florence Plaforth and brother, Ottis visited Misses Grace and Daisy Harness, at Broughtontown, Sunday nighL. Miss Ida Reynolds, the pretty daughter of Mrs. Alice Lamar, of East St. Louis was the guest of her cousin, Miss Permelia Elder last week. We are so glad to say that Dr. Isaacs has returned from Indiana. We missed him very much while he was away. Mr. Elbert Elder, of the Bee Lick section has a very bad case of typhod ' fever. Mr. Bud Reynolds is also a victim to typhoid. Several from this place atterded meeting at ML Zion Sunday night. Miss Lula Proctor, of the Bee Lick section was the guest of Miss Elder Saturday. Mr. R. B. Elder, ot Lancaster, came, down Sunday to visit his parents,. Mr. and Mrs. John Elder.-- C 'v I Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, June 30, 1916. 7Ist BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Friends and Loved Ones Gathered to Honor Mrs. Margaret Young. Highland, June 30. More than 150 friends, neighbors and relatives gathered at the home of Mr. D. R. Adams on the26th in honor of Mrs. Margaret Young's 71st birthday. It was kept a secret from the old lady until the company began coming in that morning with well f Dodge Brothers MOTOR CAR If you want a first class medium weight car one that looks good, is good, strong and substantial and a hill climber, then take time to look the wonderful DODGE over. Scrutinize it, compare it with the best of them, then I am fully satisfied your decision will be in favor of the DODGE. : : : : : : i up-to-da- te ( I A I 20foriO$ 10 for 5 Also packed, Menace Your Health I The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Coolers, Etc. GEORGE H. FARRIS laden baskets There was a long table under the shade trees where thirty ate at once and it was overloaded with good things to eat. There were 21 cakes and other things in proportion. "Aunt" Mary, as she is called, received many useful presents. There were present 11 children, 36 grandchildren and four All the living children were present except one, Mr. A. L. Young, of Hubble and it is not known why he did not get here for he was planning to come. Mrs. Young is the mother of 14 children, two of them having died since they Ever notice the two words "Straight Cut" on had families of their own, both having children here on this occasion. the Favorite package? They're important to Visitors from a distance are as folsmokers. lows: Mrs. Belle Baker, Ludlow, her only living sister; Mrs. Jennie Weller a daughter of Mrs. Baker, from the free-drawiThey mean same place, Mrs. Lee Harrison Wall and Mrs. Sallie Dishon and daughter, STRAIGHT CUT tobacco in Favorites brings of King's Mt., Mr. and Mrs. Geisler hidden taste enjoyment! Not out ALL and son, Mrs. Sallie B. Walls, Mrs. Ora Goodpastor and children, of of itl part Woodford County, Mrs. Lillie Bryant and children, of Burnside, Mr. Elizie ALL the delicate mildness, the delightful Goodpastor and family, of Walnut Flat, H. G. Young and family and aroma, the "body" that some cigarettes can't Dave Young and family, of near be expected to bring out ! Stanford. At night several others were invited in by Mr. Adams who with Singing Master H. G. Young enWatch this difference when you try Favorites tertained the visitors wjth some good today! The words "STRAIGHT CUT" are on singing. Thus ended a day long to be remembered by many as one of the package. the most pleasant in their lives. Mr. Una Graybeal and family, of Pleasant Point, Mrs. Hen Baugh and Mr. W. H. Terry's family, of Green River spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Baugh. Misses Pearl Cook and Evalene Baugh have returned from Turners-vill'- e and Miss Lila Lewis left for that place Wednesday. Mrs. R. Young has been worse for a week, also has Mrs. C. M. Young. Mrs. Mack Baugh and daughters, were in Stanford shopping Wednesday. . Mrs. K. L. McGuffey, who has been 'tk'.i with her mother for some time re turned to her home last week tak-- 'j ing with her her new son, who has Since our last writing our community has been made sad indeed by the death .of our friend and neighbor, Miss Minnie Young, an account of which was in an earlier paper. The writer wishes to say she did not neglect to write up about this death for V lack of interest but because of her incapability to do justice to so grand and noble a life; so she finally asked, FAVC Mr. J. C. McClary, who always knows how to say all the good things in such an impressive manner to write up about this death, which he did so well. We would like to add that week to R. C. Piper, who is on a was called upon to Highland Heard About Town tour from Pennsylvania to San JFran- - give up a never christian, a more patruer j cisco a 1917, four cylinder touring tient sufferer, a better neighbor, a railway has ordered ar in which he proceeded on his more loyal daughter or a dearer The Southern 10,000 tons of rails from the Mary- journey. They also sold a 1U17, six friend than it did when Miss Minnie land Steel Company for delivery cylinder Studebaker touring car to Young "slipped off to Heaven," as R. L. Collier, which will be delivered next year. within the next few days. This week one of our evangelists expressed it Carlisle Alcorn, son of Dr. Ed. when speaking of her. Truly this they will receive two ward Alcorn, of Hustonville, who runabouts, which are to be delivered is one life that we don't believe we &- holds a prominent position with the in Stanford. They will shortly get in could exaggerate about as is someAmerican Creosoting Company, has whole a car load of this make of cars times the case. May the lonely heartbeen tranferred from Bogalusa, La., of different styles and prices, which broken parents ever cheer themto Springfield, Mo., where he will they will put on display at their es- selves over the good that she has have his headquarters in the future. done, and rejoice because she is thru tablishment on Depot street. with all of the pain and suffering Grain and grain products of the Tho the amount of rainfall thus and is enjoying those treasures that American farm account for $867,-50,00- 0 of our exports during the far in June exceeds the normal pre- she has been laying up in Heaven for first 20 months of war; which equals cipitation for country in this section so long a time. Various kinds small vermin cause lots two and one-ha- lf times the exports of Kentucky, it is 1 4 inches below Mr. and Mrs. John Meier have been of explosives. The farm is the first the normal precipitation since the very sick, but are improving now. worry to the careful housewife. asset on every preparedness program. beginning of crop season March 1. Sam Long and Lucien Faulkner During the past six days Lexington Bedbugs, cockroaches, spiders, worms, Beginning July 1, employes of the and the territory adjacent has re- have gone to St. John's, Kansas to flies, rats, mice all these ptests C. N. O. & T. P. Ry., whose runs carwork with O. G. Speake, during the 2.70 ry them into Kentucky will be paid ceived part inches. During the threshing season. of the storm on Sunday The Kentucky law "re- heaviest Mrs. Smith Faulkner, of Ludlow, thirty-fiv- e minutes. quires payment twice every month. of an inch fell in came in Sunday to be with Mrs. Lucy In Louisville two and fourteen hun Somerset, Ky., has been designated dredths were registered. During Faulkner, who has been sick for a as the place at which wages will be and you should exterminate them at once with this storm more rain fell than in any week or so. issued. safe and sure poison. Mr. Johij, Rogers and sons, have period since December 15 and 16, Postmasters are in receipt of a let- when two and one-ha- lf sold their saw mill and thresher to inches were Tell us your bug troubles and we will give you ter from the U. S. Department of registered. This last storm nearly Mr. Gray Boone, of Maywood and resince March something to eradicate them Sure! 5 Labor, Bureau of Immigration, makes up the deficiencyone and turned to farming. 1, the lack now being Washington, saying Kansas will need Oscar Fleming was a visitor here "Wurte, inches. Forecaster 35,000 to 40,000 men for the wheat of the government station at Sunday. fallen o raise the crops, and harvest at $2 to $4 per day with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Roberts, the best thing that could happen to of Stanford, visited her parents, Mr. board. Harvest will begin in Kansas the farmers now is to have a lot of about July 15. No men will be hot weather and sunshine." and Mrs. Nathan Hall, recently. needed before that date, but they Prof. Lawrence Wesley and family Rewill be necessary ten or twenty days of Memphis, Tenn., who were moSWEET CLOVER toring through to Bethel Ridge, to in' each locality. Persons who desire more definite information as to emvisit her parents, stopped over night SEED ployment should communicate with "with his relative, Mrs. C. M. Young. P. J. McBride, State Commissioner Granville Cook, of Stanford, came of Labor at Topeka, Kansas. out to celebrate his grandmother's For summer and early fall "sowing, birthday Monday. The Bailey Garage Co. are doing GAR- ALSO LAWN MOWERS AND Misses Lucile and Roberta Young a one hundred per cent business alone, in corn at last cultivation or : made a business trip to Green River days. They have a first class these DEN TOOLS. oifstubble land after grain harvest. Wednesday. Hardin Young took a storage house, a good work shop and pleasure trip to McKmney thevsame expert mechanics and are doing a day. (We suppose Mt was a great deal of work as well as selling BOKHARA SEED CO., trip, ,as he was accompaniedpleasure by his the Studebaker automobiles at a record rate. They sold during the past Falmouth', Pendleton, Co., Kentucky best girl.) great-grandchildre- ft W. L. McCARTY, Agent P. S. I have recently sold Mr. Wilhoit, Cashier of the Moreland Bank, also Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ballard one of these cars. Ask them about it. n. :::::::::: that the extra ng SiSHiHBBiBaHnBBiHHHHaHHHBiHHaHBBBnBHBHBBMn the r For Seed. We have German Millet Seed; Buckwheat, the Japanese or Black variety. Red Top Sugar Cane Seed, and Orange Cane Seed. All of this has been well cleaned, and is ready to-sow. ft A Straight Cut Cigarette 'AVORITE r J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, . KENTUCKY ' gets all the good out of good tobacco v Plumbing and Heating C. E. BOWER Stanford, -- Ky. Office with J. L. Beazley phone42, res. phone 263 , SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION ' CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JULY 9TH four-cylind- er $1.50 ROUND TRIP FROM Junction City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. Swat the Bugs! of 1-- of G. B. HARBERSON, Ticket Agent JUNCTION CITY, KY. semi-monthl- y. one-four- th Lex-alrea- dy A WAY of Asheville, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Special denominational Missionary and Bible Conferences at Black Mountain. Ridge Crest and Waynesville. N. C. (Lake Junaluska.) up in the mountains of Western North Carolina are the beautiful and attractive resorts Spend your vacation atone of these cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion tickets are on sale daily, good until October 31st, via 'i (SWM Stop-over- SOUTHERN RAILWAY 3w I I s allowed at all points. Three special Low Fare Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. For full information, sej Ticket Agent, Southern Railway, or writs B. H. Todd, District Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kentucky ' i v r? ' ';, The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, June 30, 1916. MORELAND SCHOOL WILL OPEN JULY 10 Splendid Faculty In Charge Several Cases of Pellagra Reported Interesting West End News. Moreland, June 20. The public and graded school at this place will open the next session July 10th. Special program will be arranged for the opening exercises. All of the parents and friends interested in the school are cordially invited to be present at the opening. A good school is prophesied for this year as two capable teachers have been elected. Prof. Walter Bryan Moser, as principal and Miss Mary Peavyhouse, of Hustonville, as assistant. They both are honor graduates of the Hustonville High school, of the classes '14 and '15, and have had University and Normal training Reside this. They sincerely hope of the pathat with the trons to have one of the best schools in the county. The report that several persons in this vicintiy are affected with pellagra is causing considerable concern altho the disease is not contagious but caused by eating certain kinds of food. It was formerly thought that the disease was due to eating of the products of corn but in recent years the medical profession has reached the conclussion that other foods may also produce the disease. It has also been discovered that people under fifty years of age may be cured of this distressing malady. It is said that the patients are gradually re-- 1 covering as they are most under the curable age. The prohibition people of this place are rejoicing in the good work that has been done in the last week toward cleaning out the bootleggers in the state. Deputies Doc Drye and J. J. Moser have been busy day and night. The result of their labor is that Felix Anderson, George Reid and Walter McCor-mac- k, all of color and Jonas Ingram and Breck ,and Frank Reid were caught and taken to Stanford. Mr. Moser has had 40 summons to serve and has succeeded in all but one who mysteriously disappeared from town. In the last issue of the paper it was stated that Miss Cora Nunnelley won the medal at the Gold Medal Contest at the Christian church on June 15 during the W. C. T. U. convention. It was Miss Clara Nunnelley and not Miss Cora. Miss Minnell Pruitt has been elected as teacher of the Harris Creek School. Miss Pruitt has recently been to Bowling Green at the Western State Normal School and taken 2 course there in pedagogy and we are sure that she will make quite a success as a teacher. Her school will open July 10th. Mr. Ed Carpenter, who ha"s been in poor health for some time and has been at Stanford under the. supervision of Dr. Carpenter is some what Mc-Corma- ck, Faced by demands from the conductors, engineers, firemen and brakemen would impose on the country an additional ,burden in transportation costs of that $100,000,000 a year, the railroads propose that this wage problem be settled by ' reference to an impartial Federal tribunal. f With these employes, whose efficient service is acknowledged, the railroads havcno differences that could not be considered fairly and decided justly a public body. by-su- ch Fecjeral Inquiry or Railroad Strike? . Railroads Urge Public Inquiry and Arbitration tKc controversy is as follows: conferences The formal proposal of the railroads to the employes for the settlement. of ""7 have demonstrated that we cannot harmonize our difference of opinion and that eventually the "Cur matters in controversy must be pasted upon by other and disinterested agencies. Therefore, we propose that your proposals and the proposition of the railways be disposed of by one or thevother of the following methods: 1. Preferably by submission to the Interstate Commerce Commission, the only tribunal which, by reason of it accumulated information bearing on railway conditions ind its control of the revenue of the railways, is in a position to consider and protect the rights and equities of all the interests affected, and to provide additional revenue necessary to meet the added cost of operation in case your proposals are found by the Commission to be just and reasonable; or, in the event the Interstate Commerce Commission cannot, under existing laws, act in the premises, that we jointly request Congress to take such action as may be necessary to enable the Commission to consider "and fr promptly dispose of the questions involved; or '"" 2. By arbitration in accordance with the provisions of the Federal law" (The Newlands Act). "" Gravel Switch. Mr. Henry King, of Texas is here with homefolks for a short time. Miss Lena Bell Burton and sister left Saturday for Wilmore where they will visit relatives. Misses Lizze and Sallie Hawkins, of Corbin are the guests of Mrs. Sam Bishop, Sr. Mrs. Katharine Coffey and grandson, Joseph are spending several days at Danville as the guests of her son, Mr. Charlie Coffey. from a short stay in Louisville. Miss Sue Taylor Engleman, of Stanford was the week end guest of Mrs. Charlie Metcalf at her beautiful country home. Miss Bernice and Master Ray Arnold, of Dapville, are spending several weeks with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wigham. Miss Blanch Barnett, of Hustonville took the train here Saturday to spend several days with friends at j T Your Summers Go Better are better, thanks to thanks to the soda fountain soda fountains ' 8 H U I I . . IDemcnd THE COCA-COLA the drink that rnc.de the soda fountain a nationd institution. That's bccauic it gave them n useful. wholesome, delicious end refreshmg beverage to serve. the genuine by fall name enccuTtfe bubftitutior.. m I B Tl JJ ' CO. ATLANTA. GA. Cccc-Ccla- ." T 17 I Sena fcr free booklet "The Romance cf ' . Leaders Refuse Offer and Take Strike Vote Leaders, of the train service brotherhoods, at the joint conference held in New refused the offer of the railroads to submit the issue to arbitration York, June or Federal review, and the employes are now voting' on the question whether authority shall be given these leaders to declare a nation-wid- e strike. The Interstate Commerce Commission is proposed by the railroads as the public body to which this issue ought to be referred for these reasons: 5, No other body with such an intimate know!-dg- e railroad conditions has such an unquestioned position in the public confidence. The rates the railroads may charge the public for transportation are now largely fixed by this Government board. Out of every dollar received by the railroads from is paid directly to the em the public nearly of one-ha- lf ployes as wages; and the money to pay increased wpges can come from no other source than the rates paid by the public. The Interstate Commerce Commission, with ire control over rates, is in a position to make a complete investigation and render such decision as would' protect the interests of the railroad emplojes, the owners of the railroads, and the public. i A Question For the Public o Decide wage preferfment of $100,000,000 a year to these employes, now highly paid and constituting only h of all the employes, without a clear mandate from a public tribunal that shall determine the merits of the case after a review of all the facts. The railroads feel that they have no right to grant a one-fift- The single issue before the country is whether this controversy is to be settled by an impartial Government inquiry or by industrial warfare. TRIBUTE FROM BOBBIT Crab Orchard, Ky., June 19, 1916. Editor Interior Journal : This morning , near the dawn of day the gentle spirit of Malvina Bronaugh was borne away upon Seraph's wings to her Eternal home, far beyond the blue dawn above. Of all the kind and gentle women that ever adorned the walks of life Malvina outshone them all. Without seeming pain without a struggle she gentlv fell asleep to awake in a "Fairer Clime." "Gone to sleep with the smile of innocence frozen on her lips. By the farewell kiss of her dewy breath, Cold in the clasp of the Angel Death, Like the flower, which the cold frost nips." Born in the grand old county of Pulaski and related by blood and marriage to the best people in the county and state. The late James MsAlister, Harvey McAlister and the late Joe McAlister, of Stanford were alll her uncles. And the most beautiful flower in the boquet of our family of which I am so justly proud. She was my peerless niece. Her husband is the noble and generous R. H. Bronaugh, of the Colonel Mundays and Willises and Chenaults, of Madison county. No husband ever lost a more precious jewel. F. F. BOBBITT. "Tobacco is a dirty weed I like it! It satisfies no normal need I like it! It makes you thin, it makes you lean; It takes the hair right off your bean, It's the worst damn stuff I've ever I like it!" seen Danville Messenger. VJt One of Central Kentucky's National Conference Committee of the Railways ELISHA LEE, Chairman P. R. ALIjRIGHT. Gen'l Manatee. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. L. W. BALDWIN. Gen'l Manatrr. Central ol Giorgia Hallway. C. L. B A R DO. Gen 7 .Manatrr. irl.. New HairnA Hartford Railroad. Nt E. H. COAI'MAN. Vice Preuaent. Southern Kailnai. S. E. COTTER. Gtn'l Manatrr. Wabash Railway. P. E. CROWLEY. A m. t New York CtDlial Railway Best Values In Farms Offered For Sale. R. E. Hughes, of Louisville, has placed in our hands for sale, his farm of 178 acres, one mile from the Lancaster Court House on the Lexington pike. Fronts mile jon the Lexington pike and one mile on the Sugar Creek pike. Formerly part of the blue grass farm of the Beazley Brothers, recent owners of McGrathiana. Farm in Fayette county and now owners of Shenandoah Farm, near Lexington. THIS HUGHES FARM IS AS RICH AS DOUBLE CREAM It has been improved by the present owner and made richer yearly with the idea in view of erecting a home thereon, for a family residence, but a decision just made not to leave the metropolitan districts and an excellent opportunity offered to invest the money now in the farm in his home city to a much better advantage has changed his plans, hence this advertisement. MORE THAN THIRTY DOLLARS PER ACRE IN IMPROVEMENTS PUT ON IN PAST TWO YEARS 110 acres in grass. 68 acres in fresh cultivation following meadow. -- large Four-roochicken house, dwelling with large smoke-houscistern and fenced-i- n yard and garden 200-to- n concrete silo. acres of tobacco. Barn that will hold-1New corn crib. 5,000 gallon circular concrete pool, fed by underground pipe from g spring. Rights by deed to water from big spring on adjoining farm. Virtually cleared of stumps during present ownership. New cross fencing divides farm into four convenient fields. Has had recent benefit of mora than a car load of artificial fertilizer and grazing cattle, as well as manure spread from fattening cattle fed in barn past 18 months. BEST AVAILABLE FARM CLOSE TO LANCASTER MARKET New road construction, under of Lexington pike, gives the farm a boulevard frontage. OFFERED AS A WHOLE FOR $26,700, OR DIVIDED 53 acres in front, now in fresh cultivation, following meadow, with spring and concrete pool, fronting on both Lexington and Sugar Creek pikes. One of the finest sites in Central Kentucky for a home, $10,000. 125 acres in three fields, 110 acre grass and 15 acres in fresh cultivation following meadow, having a frontage of three-fourtmile on Sugar Creek pike; dwelling and outbuildings, barn, corn crib, silo and pond included in this acreage, $17,000. Or, will divide front 53 acres into two tracts. 25 acres at corner of Lexington and Sugar Creek pikes (nearer Lancaster) containing spring and concrete pool, for $5,200; 28 acres, fronting Lexington pike, transferring deeded rights to spring just over fence on adjoining farm West, for $5,200. LIBERAL TERMS. Reasonable cash payment and bankable notes. Phone, write or call in person for further facts. one-four- th m e, 2 G. H. EMERSON. Gen'l Manner. Great Northern Railwa. C. H. EW1NG. Gen'l Manatrr. Philadelphia &. Readiot Railway. E. W. GRICE. Gen'l Sat:. Tram,.. Chesapeake &. Ohio Railway. Recnvrn. A. S. GRFIG. ,1m. St. Lot is & San Francisco Railroad. C. W. KOUNS. Gen'l Manatrr. t Atchison. Topika & Santa Fc Railway. " H. W. McMASTER. Gtn'l Manatrr. Wheeling & Lake fane Railroad. Norfolk & Wettcrn Railway. JAM ES RUSSELL. Gen'l Manatee. Denver H Rio Grande Railroad. A. M. SCHOYER. Resident Pennsylvania Lice West. .. W. L. SEDDON. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Vut-PrtVtie-Pres- N. D. MA HER. Erie Riilrid G. S. WAID. VtcePrez. Snntct CeatralTjces. A.J. STONE. 3 Gen'l Mfr. DOUBLY PROVEN Stanford Readers Can No Longer Doubt the Evidence. improved and" returned home last Friday. Sirs. Adam Carpenter delightfully entertained the Women's Christian Temperance Union of this place, at her beautiful country home east of town, last Thursday from 2 to 5 o'clock. The house was artistically decorated in sweet peas and ferns and with gracious hospitality of the I : OVER HALF the CARS YOU SEE Are FORDS, for the reason that a majority of car buyers figure the cost. They figure the first cost, the gasolene cost, the tire cost, and the repair cost. They figure the FORD from a business standpoint. THE FORD IS STURDY AND SIMPLE Anyone can run it and anyone can care for it $390 Roadster Car $440 Touring Car C. ANDERSON, FORD AG b to rage r.-- Stanford t ENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY Repairing iires Accessories Phone 203 i . ail gBgammmaemrTxatBmrauBaBUMJ..MMmixaaatLLjm.mMtsaBmmwamttmtmB, 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 hostess made it delightful to be present. A short business meeting was conducted in which five hew members were added and a matron's contest decided upon to be held in July, which promises to be exceptionally good. After the business meeting refreshments consisting of raspberry cream and cake were served and a social hour was greatly enjoyed. Fifteen of the members were present also Mrs. Carpenter's guests, Mrs. Curtis, of Lexington and Mrs. Foster of Lebanon Junction. The burglars made a good haul last Friday when they broke into the dairy house of Mr. Sam Bishop, who' lives in the McCormack section and took 30 quarts of fruit, 5 pounds of butter and several pounds of lard. The great protracted meeting which has been for the last 3 weeks closed Sunday night. The preachers, Rev. Brandenburg, of Hustonville and Rev. Claunch, of Harrodsburg, certainly deserve praise for the good work they have done in the town. Good crowds have attended all the services and undivided attention has been given. A prohibition lecture was delivered Sunday morning by Brother Claunch, which was enjoyed very much by all. Children's day was observed at the Methodist church Sunday evening. A good program was rendered to the splendid crowd that was present. On next Sunday evening the same will be observed at the Christian church and all are invited. Miss Estell Vandaver, of Harrodsburg is the attractive guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Shewmaker. Miss Florence and Master Zack Myers, of Georgetown are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Myers. Mrs. Curtis of Lexington and Mrs. Foster, of Lebanon Junction are now the guests of Mrs. Adam Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Noel, of Harrodsburg came over to attend the big lot sale last Wednesday. Mr. Ben E. Dickerson, of Salt Lake was the guest of Miss Tillie Eads, of near Hustonville, the last of the week. Mrs. Carl Hanson is visiting rela tives in Castlewood, Virginia Mrs. Josh Myers, Jr., and children, of Danville are visiting Mr. and Mrs Thos. Johnson and other relatives, of this place. Mrs. Greely Lutes and children,' of Middlesburg are visiting her mother, to her home at New Castle, Ind., after a lengthy visit to relatives at this place. Mrs. William Burgin is at Phil, Casey county, visiting her parents. Mrs. J. C. Neal, of Florida is spending some time with her son, Mr. William Neal, who lives near town. Miss Alma Mahan, of Gravel Switch is visii ng at the Ellis Hotel. Dr. Sparks ha; gone to his home at Pleasureville, Henry County, to visit for a few wefcks. Mr. Livngsv ?n Cooper was called to the bedside of his brother, H. L. Cooper at MoAticello, who is very ill. Miss Mary Hanson has gone for a protracted visit with relatives in Tennessee and .Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wilhoit and Mr. and Mrs. (3. B. King motored over to Campballsville to attend the This grateful citizen testified long ago. Told of quick relief of undoubted benefit. The facts are now confirmed. Such testimony is complete the evidence conclusive. It forms convincing proof of dedicatory servj?:e of the new Christian church at that place and were the guests of Rev. .and Mrs. Wyatt Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McAlister and pretty daughter, Miss Mary motored over from Lexington last week and were the gmest of friends and relatives here. Mr. Luther Pur,dom, who has been spending some time with homefolks here has gone to Trenton, Tenn., for a short stay and will soon start for Oklahoma. Mrs. George Hunn and two bright little children have gone to Louisville to be the guests of Mr. Allen Hunn for some time. Mrs. Lucretia Sharp and daughter, of Williamsburg are spending some time with Mr. and Mrs. David Eu-ban- merit. John T. Barnett, carpenter, Rowland Ky., says. "I used many kidney medicines but Doan's Kidney Pills were the only one that gave me lasting benefit. 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 my back. I also had other annoyances, caused by weak kidneys. When Doan's Kidney Pills were brought to my notice, I procured a supply at Shugars and Tanner's Drug Store and began their The relief was prompt and use. since' taking this medicine I have been weel." OVER THREE YEARS LATER Mr. Barnett said: "Doan's Kidney Pills did me more good than anything else I ever used. I am pleased to confirm my former recommendation." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Barnett has twicepublicly Co., recommended. Foster-Milbur- n Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Statement of Cover-failin- State-supervisio- n, hs Lincoln Trust Company June 30th, 1916. ks. Lewis. Guardian Funds Mr. Mack Clarkston, who has been in Cincinnati working is at home Total now nursing a!) injured foot. Mr. Mildred tCubbard has returned Resources & Liabilities Mr. Ivan Reynolds, of Waynes-bur- g Capital Stock, fully paid $25,000.00 is with his aunt, Mrs. David 6.67 - HUGHES Sz SWINEBROAD Real Estate Agents Lancaster Kentucky Interest 1,402.65 $26,409.32 $ Interest paid ......: A WORD FOR MOTHERS It is a grave mistake Current Expenses for mothersto neglect their aches and pains and suffer m silence this only leads to chronic sick- -, ness ana otten snortens Hie. If your work is tiring: if your nerves are citable; if you feel languid weary or depressed, you should know that Scott's emulsion overcomes just sucn conditions. It possesses in concentrated form the very elements to invigorate the blood, strengthen the tissues, nourish the nerves and build strength. Scott's is strengthening thousands ol Mrs. J. D. Myers. mothers and will help you. NoalcoboL Scott &Bovoje.BloomfieW. N.J. Mrs. Ray Carpenter has returned v '. Bills Cash in Bank - 52.07 114.91 13,445.20 12,797.14 Rakes and Hoes, Water Coolers and Binder Twine. See us before you buy Total .,- - $26,409.32 subject to examination by the United States Government and the State of Kentucky and is owned by the Shareholders of the Lincoln County National Bank, and both institutions are under the management of same :: Officers and Directors.. : This Company is authorized by law to acjt in all Trust Capacities and is T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Phone No. 168. Court-House, Stanford, Kentucky. -- BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J, The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, June 30, 1916. The Interior Journal IT IS TRUE ALL OVER KENTUCKY. OUR SDTEMEp S. M. SAUFLEY. Covington, Ky. "I am glad to endorse Stops When t)r. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. I had $1 a Year in Advance. Paper to have a woman's tonic and had learned Time For "Which It is Paid. Expires. much of what 'Favorite Prescription ' had done for others. I used in all six botEntered at the Postoffiee at Stanford. Kv.. tles. I find it 'does the work. It did an Second Class Mail Matter. me a world of good. I never found any medicine of the kind equal to 'Favorite Prescription.' !I am glad to speak in its praise." Mrs. May Collins, 824 MadiThe Interior Journal is authorized son Ave. to announce the following candidates, Editor and Proprietor Announcements Gool Feet Cold feet are not always what we want, but everybody needs and wants Cool and Comfortable Footwear in hot sweltering weather. That weather is on us now and now is the time for cool feet. Cool g feet make Comfortable Feet and comfortable feet call for soft, Low Shoes. These we have in black and tan kid, black and tan calf and white canvas with leather or rubber soles; tennis oxfords or soft walks. We can fit most any size or any shaped foot, with well-fittin- subject to the Democratic Primary, WOMEN NEED NOT WORRY August 5, 1916: OR SUFFER. FOR CONGRESS CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY HARVEY HELM serious now easily speedily ended. Feminine ailments once considered .conquered and "Letter to the Home Folks." Condition of The Lincoln Couniy National Bank, STANFORD, KY., At the close of business June 30. 1916. RESOURCES: Loans Overdrafts U. S. and Lincoln County Bonds Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures Stock in Federal Reserve Bank Cash and Due from Banks LIABILITIES: $349,979.06 00 130,000.00 10,300.00 5,300.00 68,131.88 $563,710.94 Capital Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits $100,000.00 55,465.31 100,000.00 308,245.63 $563,710.94 Earning for 6 months ending June 30,'16 $12,393.38 Expenses and interest paid $5,379.60 Bad debts, Bldg., Fur. and 1,491.79 Fix. and B'd's chgd.off 3,000.00 Dividend No. 38 2,521.99 Fund to pay tax $12,393.38 "Corner"Next to Court-House- .: tt The Lincoln TrustC o. OF STANFORD, KY. Capital, $25,000. Under same management as The Lincoln'fCounty National Bank, is now ready to serve you in the capacity of EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, GUARDIAN, TRUSTEE, Etc., at the office of The Lincoln County National Bank. "Corner Next To Court House." Privileges of the THE VARIOUS K. of P. FAIR At Stanford, Ky., August 23, 54, 25, v ARE FOR SALE. They include Ice Cream, Soft Drinks, Lunch Counter, Cigars and Tobacco, Pop Corn, Crackerjack, Novelties, Ball Rack, Amusements. Merry-Go- - Round and Various Other Write to orlCall on E. C. WALTON, SH A former Lincolnite, now located, not so many miles away, was so pleased to read the letter which Arch A. McKinncy, Jr., wrote to the I. J. the other day, that he suggests the I. J. open its columns to former residents of this part of Kentucky, who are now living elsewhere to let the folks "back home" and their friends in other sections know where they are and what they are doing. It is a good Hundreds of former suggestion. county citizens are scatterLincoln ed over this great country of ours. EVERY MARRIED COUPLE Each and every one of them, without and oil who contemplate marriage should own this book of Life The "Common Sense doubt, feels a tender spot in his or complete Adwr," b R. V. Pierce, M. D. Il Medical often happiness, her heart for dear old Lincoln. The unfolds the secrets of marriedlike it to besohad at revealed too Ifcte No book bound Interior Journal reaches many hun- any price.for JCOS pajses can only in cloth. a Sold few mention formerly SI. 50. We dreds of them, and would like to go of the chapters here: The Mechanism of Life. for Mother and of Marriape, to them all. It will more than glad- HistoryNervous Troubles AdviceHygiene, Anatomy Sex, Babe, Medicine, etc. ly print letters from them; anything Physiology,Offer: For a limited time we will send Special they may care to write. Whatever one copy for 3 dimes to pay cost of wrapping anc they have to say will be of interest mailing, to anv reader of thia paper. Address, CM Main St., Buffalo, N. Y, to their friends and loved ones back in the old Kentucky Home. So let's Republican opposition to Woodrow start this "Letter to the Home Folks" Wilson manifests itself in much talk department of the I. J. right now. in Congress and out, but when one Who will be the first to write? of the Wilson administration meas-ure- s comes to a vote, even the Re publicans dare not oppose it. The Paper Jumps Up Again Rural Credits bill passed the Senate The price of news paper has taken with only five votes against it; there another tremendous jump. It is hit- were only nays in the House of ting the country publisher mighty Representatlres. Yet no rural credhard. A lot of country papers are its bill even", reached a vote under reduced in size while many have in- Republican rule. That is a circumcreased their subscription to $1.50 stance that the farmers of the naa year. The I. J. is one of the very tion will not forget. papers few remaining in the state which is sold at $1 a year EIGHTH DISTRICT POLITICS and it's a question whether or not it money on the cost of the is losing paper alone which goes to each subscriber in the course of a year. PATRONAGE versus PATROITISM. The only possible way in which the price can be maintained at the What a sight for gods and men are figure of ?1 a year is for each sub some of this freak politics coming to scriber to renew promptly when his the surface this history making year! or her subscription expires. The Behold our imjiemiMng war with Mexmanagement will be compelled to re- ico! European entangling complimove the names of those delinquent cations that are requiring the highest from its list immediately, each sub- and best thought of the soberest, sanscription has expired unless renewal est and best poised statesmanship for another year is received prompt- that the nation can muster. Comly. Please bear this in mind. mercial problems of a magnitude never before imagined. .And yet, forsooth the successful handling of From the unanimity with which questions of such pith and moment German newspapers are lining up for is obscured or thrown into total Hughes for president, and what they eclipse by reason of the failure of have said "about Wilson, it looks like some man's friend to connect with a the chief issue in the approaching fourth class post office paying from presidental campaign is going to be $10 to $40 a year .'jalary, or because whether this country is to be run by some rural route vfps run over the the Germans or the Americans; wrong road, or because the wrong whether the Kaiser or American free man was appointdl the temporary men are going to say who shall be carrier. J President. To an outsider looking in, this must be the ridiculous reduced ad truly represents Stanford made its Chautauqua- a absurdium. But, predicaments of magnificent success. All aboard now the present political for the great K. P. Fair. Let's all the President and the members of put our shoulder to the wheel to Congress who have borne with him make it bigger and better than ever their share of the ireat responsibilithis year. The right people are be- ties in part, mentioned. Patronage hind it; we have the right town, and versus patriotism!! Patronage! Think .. . ... it will be a winner sure. Go to Boost- ot it l Katner tne bsurdity of think-whe- n all creation ing of it in a year ing right now. rocks with the r egathering storm that may mean the1 beginning of this The currency law; the downward world's ending. j revision of the tariff; the establishWe repeat, American politics has ment of the Federal Trade Commis- its inexplicable tangents. Every one sion, the revision of the anti-truadmits that it is impossible to give laws these things have been done every office seeker! a job. And yet for business men by thr Democrats because a congressman can not do so The rural credits bill and the ship- he is pilloried. He may have fought ping bill to restore the American the good fight, and kept the faith. merchant marine these are in the He may have refused to wear the big course of enactment. A record that boss's collar. The "System" may no administration ever placed be- not have been able to control him. fore the people, a record that the He may have exhausted the salary people will not fail 'to uphold at the and emoluments of "his office in finac-in- g polls. his campaigns and in' legitimate contributations to his party's nomiThe Danville Messenger says that nees. His record may have been unan explosion in a Danville garage assailable for straightforwardness, caused the hens nearby to 'begin lay-- , and he may have advocated the ing. Of course we can't all afford measures that have met with the unto blow up the garages to stimulate challenged approval of all parties the hens, but it might prove profit- and all of the people. Yet, if he has able to keep a Ford buzzing in every been unable to pass the pie, his hen house. You know its Hennery failure so to do is the unpardonable Ford, anyhow. Cynthiana Log sin, the unforgivable crime for which he must be crucifiecj. What of wars! What of world-puzzliThe one thing that works against diplomatic equations! What Wilson is that he has accomplished does the winning of continental comso much, .his administration has merce and finance; what does the forged ahead so far, that the people successful handling of other kindred are apt to forget just what was the world problems amount to compared state of things four years ago. Sit with the artistic appointment of the down by yourself. Think about the postmaster at "Sortie Body's Crossthings that were disturbing the po- roads" or selection of the "watch" litical thought of the country four for a moonshine distillery? years ago. Contrast them with what is going on now. Then there is no Auditor R. F. Ho'ath of the C. N. doubt about what you will do in O. & T. P. Ry., Teports an increase November. You will vote for of $40,780 in the gross, earnings for the second week in. June this year The miphty restorative power of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription speedily causes all womanly troubles to disappear compels the organs to properly perform their natural functions, corrects displacements, overcomes irregularities, removes pain and misery at certain times and brings back health and strength to nervous, irritable and exhausted women. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a remedy that any ailing woman can safely take because it is prepared from roots, and is not a secret remedy for its ingredients art printed on wrapper. Get it 'today, either in liquid or tablet form, or write Dr. .ierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for free and confidential medical advice. any style toe. If your feet are not comfortable let us try to make them so with a pair of Cool, Comfortable Low Shoes. McRoberts & Main Street Bailey Stanford, Ky. over a corresponding period in 1915. Bad To Have a CoM Hans On $176,-99The earnings in 1915 totalled Don't let your cold hang ."n, rack your system and become chronic and in 1916 $217,775. when Dr. Bell's will help you. It lieals the inflammation, soothes the and loosens tLe SEVERE PUNISHMENT phlegm. Youcouh breathe easier at once. Is a laxaDr. Bell's tive Tar Syrup, the pine tar balsam heals the raw spots, loosens the muOf Mrs. Chappell, of Five Years' cous and prevents ration of the bronchial tubes. Just get a bottle Standing, Relieved by Cardui. of Dr. Bell's today, it's guaranteed to ehTp you. At druggists', t 5, Pine-Tar-Honey Pine-Tar-Hon- last Saturday and Sunday. There ser- in were large crowds attended each vice several people from Saufley Logan's Creek coming, who we always delighted to have in and are our midst. Mrs. P. H. Williams and pretty children, of Van Lear, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bas-ti- n. ey semi-week- ly stomach troubles, and my punishment was more than any one could tell. 1 tried most every kind of medicine, but none did me any good. I read one day about Cardui, the woman's tonic, and decided to try it. I had not taken but about six bottles unti" I was almost cured. It did me more good than all the other medicines 1 had tried, put together. My friends began asking me why looked so well, and 1 tola them about Caidui. Several are now taking it." Do you, lady reader, suffer from any of the ailments due to womanly trouble, such as headache, backache, sideache, sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired feeling? K so. let us urge you lo give Cardui a trial. We feel confident it will help you, just as it has a, million other women in the past "half century. y. Begin taking Cardui Yot won't regret it. All druggists. 1 1 to-da- Ml. Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chan-pe- ll of this town, says: "I suffered foi live years with womanly troubles, alsc - i IVritt to: Chattanooea Medicine Co., Ladies Advisory Dept.. Chattanooea. Tenn.. for Sttcta Instructions or. your case and c book. "Homt Treatment for Women." in plain wrapper. K.C. 124 64-pa- Mrs. Mart Bryant, of Burnside is visiting her sister, Mrs. D. R. Adams and other relatives. Mrs. J. H. Boone and Mrs. P. H. Williams visited Mrs. Boone's sons. S. T. and J. H. Boone, of Somerset JUMBO last week. Mr. J. H Boone has started out Cutting meadows is the oder of the with his thrasher machine day. There will be a patriotic enterEverybody is fixing for the fourth. tainment entitled "The Flag We All The old soldiers are going to meet Love" at Mt. Moriah Sunday afterhere on that day for the last time noon at 2 o'clock. for several of them. The Blue and the Gray are all invited to be present j and enjoy the day. A large crowd Does Sloan's Lniment Help Rheumatism? is expected and candidates will have a chance to shake hands with e lot Ask the man who uses it he knows. of people so come and have a good "To think I suffered all these years time. when one 25 cent bottle of Sloan's Liniment cured me," writes one grateful user. If you have rheumaMt. Moriah tism or suffer from Neuralgia, BackOur farmers are all .quite busy. ache, Soreness and Stiffness, don't Wheat harvesting is on hand and the put off getting a bottle of Sloan-;- . It recent rains have kept the weeds will give you such welcome relief. It growing so fast that most of the far- warms and soothes the sore, stif, mers are behind in their work. painful places and you feel so much Elder Bowling, of East Bernstadt, better. Buy it at any drug store, filled his regular appointment here only 25 cents. tf Pine-Tar-Hone.' 'ti J . J Littlejohn's united Shows "Different From The Rest" Will Exhibit At st Stanford For One Week, Commencing Monday, July 3rd Auspices Stanford Lodge No: i56, 1. O. O. F. ng The Show That Stands Alone As "The Cleanest, Most xMoral and Refined" Fearing Rjng QrcuS Qm h:t "i The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, June 30, 1916. Miss Anne D. McRoberts is spending several days in Louisville this week with Miss Marie Kincaid. Statement of Mat Myers has been on the sick list for some time with an attack of malarial fever, at his home on the Somerset pike. Mrs. Henry O. Owsley and little daughter, Lora Owsley, of Pensacola Fla., arrived this morning to visit Of Stanford, Ky., her brother, Mr. Welch Rochester. Co.. John Robins, the hustling secretary of the Brodhead Fair, went June 30th, 1916 1 down to Louisville Thursday afternoon, acoomiKinied by his family. F. S. Gooch, the popular merchant, RESOURCES: of Waynesburg, Kentucky, was the guest of his daughter, Miss Verna $299,764.37 Loans, stocks and bonds Gooch on South Main street last 6,798.50 Banking House week. Somerset News. Rev. and Mrs. E. B. English and 32,871.40 Cash and Due from Banks two children, of Berea, and Mrs. $339,434.27 of Hardinsburg, are the Total, guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Cress, LIABILITIES: at Preachersville. Mrs. Lura Banks and children who $80,735.50 Capital, Surplus and Profits have been with her parents, Mr. and Holtzclaw Misses Elizabeth and Lissa 50,000.00 Circulation The Courier Journal Saturday Holtzclaw, tho only 20 years old, is Mrs. W. R. Willis, for some time, contained the above pictures of two quite ambitious in her chosen career, left today for Lebanon, Va, to re203,698.77 Deposits of Lincoln county's most attractive and will seek a position in some side. 5,000.00 The I. J. was misinformed when Bills Payable and accomplished daughters, sent in prominent educational institution as by the Lancaster correspondent of musical instructer for th coming it stated in a personal item last week $339,434.27 Total, that paper, with the following: term. that Miss Flossie Willis, of this city, the .had been the guest of Mrs. L. T. Miss Elizabeth Holtzclaw, Lancaster. Ky., June 23. Misses 1 Lissa and Elizabeth Holtzclaw are younger of the two sisters, ,is a 1916 City last week payable on demand the two pretty daughters of Mi-s- . An- graduate of the Stanford High Ram at Junction Dividend of 3 per cent declared, Miss Zoe Ellis and her guest, Miss na Bailey, now residing in this city, Krhnnl. and has also taken n summer formerly of Stanford. Miss Lis term at the Richmond Norniil school. Oria Wright, of Hustonvile, attendbut sa returned a few days ago from Cin She likewise has musical talent, m" ed an elegant dining given by Mrs. two-yeing a specialty of piano. The Mis- Samuel H. Bishop in the Peyton's is at home on a visit cinnati, where she has had a some time, Stanreside at Personal and Social for his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis that course in piano instruction She ses Holtzclaw still frequentiatvisitors Well section Thursday. It was given to n ford, tho they are Institution. also has received a certificate as at the home of their mother, Mrs. in honor of Mrs. W. B. Hawkins, of Ira Routen, who has been out west Routen at King's Mountain. teacher of public school music. Miss Anna Bailey, at this place. Corbin, and a dozen or more of her friends enjoyed Mrs. Bishop's hospi1 Mrs. L. M. Westerfield, c f Paris, is tality to the fullest. Mrs. L. M. Goodknight is on the the guest of Mrs. M. D. E more and sick list this week. Mrs. W. B. Penny, of Danville, is other relatives here. Heard About Town Mrs. Cleveland Rose, of Lancaster, the guest of Mrs. Mary Penny. The Credit Men's Association will rmt rmt tiavfl no medical value. Eo- Mrs. D. B. Southard went to Mt. has returned home after si eral days CATARRH zema tetter, acne and all such erup- - Vernon Wednesday to visit relatives. with her mother and sister ere. meet in Secretary Jay Howenstine's Just because you hawk and spit and v.- .- .. your nose is vet, cola, rea, sore ana uve uiseuaca Duuum u& Mrs. R. T. Fewell, of Rd i Hill, S. office tonight at 7.30 o'clock. A full Gene Young left this week for plug it up. S. S. S. a nuisance, don't merely by POISONED BUOO C, came Thursday morning kor a vis- - attendance of the members is greasing You can't cure catarrh onWbute Hopkinsville to visit his mother, Mrs. So many different your nose. Take S. S. S. regularly it to her parents, Mr. and rs W. H. poisons to poison the blood and the effect is Nellie Young. and you will drive catarrhal so startling that the sufferer becomese The membranes out of your blood. Miss Maud Adkinson, of Cornish-vill- Higgins. and is led to use Bam-tinuThe I.- J.'s good friend P. L. Beck will soon recover and no longer con- Miss Mary Early went 1 George is visiting her cousin, Mrs. D. blood to accumulate the mucous that ful drugs. If you have anyS. ana taue sent in a bunch of some of the finest town Thursday to attend! the state T. Brummette this week. and thickens Into catarrh, ble, get a bottle of S. S. honey seen in this section in a long of the Us- - according to directions, S. S. S. stimulates the cells Mrs. W. S. Elkin, who has been Baptist Young People's Union consues to select from the blood their own Don't take anything else. Poisoned time. It is strictly white clover, and enough without essential nutriment Rapid recovery blood is bad joints, teeth andruining visiting her sister, Mrs. Charlotte vention. Mr. Beck can supply a few of his - your bones, vitals from catarrhal inflamation in the stom- to Lanacster today. Mrs. J. E. Claunch and children friends at 15c a pound, nicely sealed ach, kidney, bladder and all mem- with minerals. S. S. S. so stimulates Warren returned Master James Paxton went up to will leave Thursday for Llncaster to cellular activity that they reject all branes is the result. poisonous influences and select only Crab Orchard alone Thursday to visit spend a few days with her sister, so that it will keep indefinitely. MALARIA. make Throughout the country, wherever those materials in the blood thatassist-peoplSormrset News. its Mrs. J. M. Mount. Phillips Bros, the local concrete malaria abounds, are happy, joyful healthy tissue. This is why noticeable some relatives for several days. Ray Powell spent several days at to whom S. S. S. has given won- - ance toward recovery is so Mrs. W. H. Higgins and Miss Eliza- men, have put in half a dozen conremarkable, derful help in the treatment of mala- and at times welcome to the weakest Mt. Vernon this week, putting teleS. S. is beth Higgins went to Louaville Wed- crete culverts and a couple of con ria after the most sickening torture stomachS.and is assimilated just as phone wires in good shape. imaginable nesday to spend several flays with crete bridges where the county is donutritious food. It The gaunt complexion of malaria's- readily as the most a host of sufferers, Mrs. W. H. Murphy and two chil Rev. Alfred A. Higgins. '' ing pike reconstruction work. Such cure victims, the chills and fever, the ma- has helped to RHEUMATISM. dren are spending some time at Crab . dysentery that seems to defy all larial Mrs. J. E. Buck and iidren, who improvements are permanent and In any form of rheumatism give the Orchard. They are stopping at Mrs. other treatment, the malarial leg, the have been visiting Rermother, Mrs. are there' as long as the roads last enlarged liver, the persistent anemia blood a good effectual cleansing with McWhorter's. where the blood turns to water and S. S. S. Nevius, returned to their home and longer. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sherrin, of In Mattie the system wastes away. These are- Usea this remedy for three days and to open the so effectuthe conditions that S. S. S. Viir VioininfT take hot salt water bath lungs ana dianapolis, Ind., are the guests of his home at Gilbert's Creek. Tinrps. Thomas Coleman, president of the This relieves the in xvoronminir oi Mrs. Banks, who aas been visiting to restore the blood to its natural vigor, kidneys and assists S. S. S.'to utilize sjster, Mrs. J. S. Campbell and fam '17 class of the University of Virrelatives here eft fc Big Stone Gap the skm as the principal avenue 01 ily. STUBBORN SORES Sometimes a sore spot becomes indo- - elimination, today. Her brothe.', Otto Willis, ginia, came home Thusrday. He was Miss Mai'garet Woolfolk of Lexing calomel and other aras-tonlose lent The tissues surrounding it suffi- - Avoid salts, as they absorb the mois-cie- e will join her at Cor in and also visit unable to return when his brothers tic purgatives, and are unable to provide did on account of a serious operation or ton, who has been the guest of Mrs at Big Stone Gap f r a while. nutriment to stop the drain. It ture from the walls and membranes which he underwent and from which chronic. Just saturate your the intestines, weaken the muscular W. K. Warner, returned home WedIs then Mr. J. u. 1111 ai (1 family started constipation blood with S. S. S. This is quickly action, produce chronic system with nesday. naturally and thus stagnate the today on a motorin trip. They will he has not completely recovered as accomplished, as S. S. S. is Miss Mabel Wilkinson and her yet, though recuperating nicely. a bsttle assimilated 'the same as milk or any rheumatic poisons. Get store. Donot t guest, Miss Alma Phillips, of Liberty go to Louisville an spend a day or S. S. S. at any drug other healthful liquid. Nature acts with marvelous rapidity take a substitute. up to Crab Orchard Wednesday so with friends and relatives and re When Mrs. W. R. Willis went to S. S. S. is purely vegetable and Is went rhen given the proper assistance, and turn the first of nkt week. count her little brood Thursday night activity prepared only by the Swift Specific to visit Mrs. Andrew Dillon. S. S. S. so stimulates cellular Mr. and Mrs. R. J Bronaugh, Jr., 271 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. Write that the parts surrounding an ulcer se- - Co., special booklet on any of the dis she missed her precocious little James Cooper and Igo Perry atthat of St. Louis, who j ..ended the funlect rrom the blood the materials spot for son Elmer, and a search for a barge dance at Shaker's eases mentioned and if medical advice tended sore make new tissue. Thus theway. It Crab Is wanted, write for that also to rapidlv heals in a nataral Ferry, Wednesday night, as guests eral of his mother though Orchard him failed to discover him anywhere. Stanford Some one remembered taht he had last week, passed applications for anv skin dis- - dress given above. Both booklet and of Miss Lucy Lord, of Danville. ease will afford protection from with- - medical advice are free. returning home Thuiday. gone to the picture show, so a key to Mrs. D. V. Vandeveer of RichW. R. Todd, who has been in the mond, who came down to attend the the opera house was obtained and burial of the late Mrs. Mattie Kirby insurance business a Clinton, Tenn., the're he was, all doubled over asleep since leaving Stanfort a few months on a seat just as he had dropped off returned to her home Friday. ago, passed through Stanford WedMrs. Jessie Stagg went to Crab several hours before while the picnesday en route to Crtumbia, where ture was running. Orchard Thursday morning to attend he and Mrs. Todd wi spend several the funeral of Mr. J. E. Pleasants, weeks with relatives efore they rer. Joseph McWilliams, a leading merwho was her turn here for the opining of school chant and business man of Ellis-burMrs. Fayette Wilkinson and chilwhen Mr. Todd will ave charge of Casey county, was here a short dren went to Richmond Thursday, high school classes. while Wednesday returning home where she will make a visit to the from Pulaski where he has been vishome folks. iting at his old home. Mr. McWilMiss LaVerne Nevius, who has liams is just recuperating from an illvisiting her grandmother, Mrs. been ness which has had him down for the Mattie Nevius, has returned to her greater part of seven months. His home at Lancaster. Crab Orchard, Kentucky many friends here and in this section Mr J. P. Easley, the insurance are glad to see him so greatly imman, of Danville, returned home Friday, after spending two weeks with Medicine Which lade Sur-- proved. m local agent D. T. Brummette. geon's AYork Unf cessary. At the head of the jolly, hustling Mrs. W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta, who bunch from Brodhead who came has been visiting relatives in LancasAstoria, N. Y. "Fd two years 1 Wednesday to be with was feeling ill and . too all kinds of thru boosting good roads last week ter, came over tonic I was get- - were Cols. John Robins and A. M. her sister, Mrs Charlotte Warren, ing wirse everyday. Hiatt. While most of the bunch who continues quite ill. I had:hills,my head rode in "flivvers," these two sat back Bradley Kincaid, a student at Bewoulil ache, I was rea College, spent several days here alwa p tired. I could all swelled up in their new Grant not valk straight Six, for which they have just taken this week with his father, W. P. Kinbecase of the pain the agency in these counties. They caid, and then went to Toledo, O., in nrback and I had where he has a nice position during pain! in my stom- have such a sweet running car and Mrs. H. H. Singleton and son, Van. ach. I went to a they made all the boys sick by the doctc and he said I ease with which they negotiated the Gooch, and Mrs. Sallie Mrs. Mattie must go under an bumps and bad roads. Gooch, of Waynesburg, motored to oper.tion, but J did Somerset Wednesday and spent the not p. I read in The reports of the movement of thp aner ahnnt. day. Somerset News. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vetable Com- coal from the eastern districts of We are making SPECIAL PRICES on all J. D. Willis, of St. Louis, who pound and told my husbatd about it. the guest of Col. and Mrs. J. B. said I know nothing wil Kelp me but I Kentucky show that there has been a Fifteen-Da- y Sale. A I Clothing during our Willis at Crab Orchard Springs, was will try this.' I found lyself improv- remarkable increase in output over large stock of Blue Serges, Greys, Browns on the 6:03 L.&N. Thursday evening ing from theIvery first botle, and in two last year, amounting in totals from weeks time was able tts'it down and some camps of over three times the his home. eat hearty breakfast .vith my husand Checks, Palm Beaches and Kool Klothes. returning toMcCurry, of Mosheim, band,awhich 1 had not donifor two years. shipments of a year ago. The shipLuther Tenn., who made many friends and I am now in the best f health and ments for May showed a totai of A big assortment of Hats in Stetsons, gave 'general satisfaction as tent did not have the open ibn." Mrs. about five thousand cars from the L. John A. Koenig, 502 Flriang Avenue, & N. coal mining points as against Straws and Leghorns. manatrer and doorkeeper for the Al- Astoria, N. Y. j same month kahest Chautauqua Every Our stock of Ladies7 and Men's Oxfords are his home Thursday. bureau, left for and the one dreads the srgeon's knife about 1,700 carsAfor thelarge proporvery one year ago. operating table T Sometimes else of Lincoln nothing say will do ; bulimany times tion of the increase comes from the Mr. Lee Holtzclaw, better than ever before. doctors neassary when county, who has been visiting rela- they are not. they areafteijetter comes Hazard field which is developing a Letter Buy now and save money. tives .near town for a few days, re to the Pinkham Laboratory telling how high grade of domestic coal which is market on turned home the first of the week. operations were advised ad were not finding an home Eerformed; or,if perforrncJfdid no good, account of its unusual hardness, Miss Vera Totten returned V&table ComTuesday from Louisville where she pound was used and good hajth followed. which enables it to withstand long shipping and out of door storage has been attending the Conservatory If you want advirfj write to without appreciable deterioration. of Music since January first Leb- Lydia E. Pinkham Mtficine Co. Eastern Kentucky coal is consequen- (confidential), Lynn, Sfass. anon nterprise. Two Attractive Stanford Young Ladies. The First National Bank Sale Prices Still Prevail Don't forget that the Big Sale is still on at The Bargain Store. Everything in both our big stores selling at unheard of prices. Come quick and get Re-Modeling De-Jarnet- te, your pick. , Ladies, Don't Overlook These Special Bargains Striped Voile, worth 50c and 25c a yard, must go at . . . .. White Underskirts worth $1, $1.50 and $2, goat :::::: ... . ar well-know- 18c 69c Messaline, Taffeta and China Silk, 95c $1.50 to $2 a yard; go at THE Waluable Health Hints . For Our Readers tgs panic-stricke- n trou-gathe- Bargain Store Salem & Salem tly becoming the domestic being taken as Iowa and an important factor in merket, large supplies by dealers as far north North Dakota. all next week with Littlejohn's United Shows, will give a band concert Sunday afternoon at 6 o'clock, in front of the court house steps. A special program has been prepared and a treat is in store for those who attend this concert. There will also be a concert every evening at 7:00 o'clock on Main street. Automobiles will carry the crowds to the show grounds at oc the trip. Those who enjoy a good, clean carnival should make arrangements to attend Littlejohn's, which is given under the auspices of the local lodge of I. O. O. F. SOUTHERN HELPING FARMERS With a view to making the agricultural service of the Southern Rail way Company and its associated companies more helpful to the farmers of the South, Pesident Harrison has made a complete reorganization of the service to go into effect on July 1. Since January 1. 1913 the companies have maintained mar- e, - rs e I oi-c- o nt ket agents at Washington, Cincinnati St. Louis, and Atlanta, for the purpose of finding markets for Southern -- ad-Loc- 1 Sport Shirts For Men and Boys half-brothe- g, w. E. PERKINS, woman avoids products and bringing buyers into A LlffSa touch with the producers. This service is now to be greatly strengthen-sd- . A farm products agency is to When it is known that in the neat be substituted for the market agency future the home is to be blessed with a Atlanta. The present agricultural at new arrival the first field agents of the company, ten in thought sh o u 1 d be "Mother's Friend." number, will be appointed farm This is an external products agents. The market agents remedy gently applied over the stomach musat Washington, Cincinnati and St. cles. It makes them Louis will compile and promulgate firm and pliant, they expand naturally withinformation as to markets, including out undue strain. It quantities, varieties, grades and removes from the influnerves those packs desired for different markets ences which are reand as to freight rates and sponsible for much of the Twin infMiTpnh tn th. penoa or expectancy, it is for tin-- reason: that much of tl.e distress such as morning sicknes is avoided. AH prospective father? COL. WILLIS SISTER DEAD should see to it News comes from Richmond that is provided with that the expectant mother a bottle of "Mother's Mrs. Angeline Cornelison, 89 years Friend." The directions are simple. old, died Thursday morning follow- drop store. It is applied by Get it at any the expectant ing a brief illness of grip. She is mother herself, it penetrates deeply and afquick and splendid relief in a most survived by five children and a bro- fords pratifyinp manner and reflects a physical ther, Col. Joe B. Willis, proprietor betterment to the nervous disposition of thi baby. get bottle of "Mother's of the Crab Orchard Springs Hotel. Frieno Don't fail to then awrite Bradfleld Regtoday and Blossom To Delight ths Home opeation for a pretty little book brimful of informaBAND CONCERT SUNDAY. tion for expectant mothers. It la a delight Grella's Band, which appears here to read it. ulator Co.. 413 Lamar Bid?., Atlanta. Ga Clothing. Clothing. Clothing, HERE'S Your Chance Here is your chance to get Shoes at a reduced price. I have about 310 pairs of shoes for Men, Women and Children. Shoes in odd numbers and sizes, which I want to dispose of. In order to do this I am going to offer these en Shoes For Less Money Than They Now Cost At Wholesale These Shoes consist of 100 pairs of Men's Shoes and Oxfords in Gun Metal and Patent Leather, 40 pairs of Men's Work Shoes, 45 pairs of Boys' School and Work Shoes, 125 pairs of Women's' Girls' and Children's Shoes and Oxfords. Call in and get my prices and you will be convinced that I am offering these shoes at prices much less than they can be bought elsewhere. ever-wideni- ng ROBINSON'S J. E. BUCK, ,- -i Gilberts Creek I j...JT- - ' -- .. -- ! tftj B Page Six The Interior Journal; Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, June 30, 1916. SOME PRESS TRIBUTES TO LIEUT. R. C. SAUFLEY "It Relieved Me Of Stomach Ills And Nervous Trouble, tf R. E. Alexander, Mt. Sterling Tanlac arouses a torpid liver and annoyed me greatly and Tanlac has gives overworked kidneys relief. It corrects faulty organs and promotes made my life "worth living" said R. health in a manner intended by naE. Alexander, of Mt. Sterling, Ky. , "Stomach trouble and nervousness "Just think I can eat anything I want and my nervousness has disappeared too. I can not say too much for Tanlac." Tanlac mixes with true philosophy better than anything you can name. It gives people a chance to start life anew. richness to the blood. Sleep becomes natural and restful. People who are half sick, nervous, irritable and who have lost interest in life enjoy health and happiness system and ture. It gives tone to the nervous after taking Tanlac. Tanlac is being specially introduced in Stanford at Penny's Drug Store. Tanlac may be obtained at the following nearby cities: Moreland, Abraham Minks; Hustonville, Adams Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-burMiddle-burJoseph McWilliams; W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros.; Brodhead, John Rob-bin- s; Junction City, Reynolds & Evans; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; g, g, You can't argue more exercise, cheerfulness and better living to a man who is hurting, who is too weak to exercise and can not digest wholesome food. No sir, you have got to give him relief and then talk to him. Tanlac relieved sluggishness of the system. It stimulates the flow of gastric juices and aids the stomach. Thru Tanlac food is assimilated and Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son. the body receives nourishment. (From Frankfort State Journal) Richard Caswell Saufley's body might well have rested among the graves of Kentucky military heroes in the State cemetery here, but his family preferred that it should be otherwise. As Henry Watterson observed in Sunday's Courier-Journa- l: "The loss of an experienced aviator such as Caswell Saufley was, means to the service the loss of a peculiarly useful officer. To Kentucky, in this case, it means more. It means the untimely death of a young Kentuckian of an honored stock, whose mettle was that of the best blood of the South in the Sixties when the warp of chivalnc ideals woven with the woof of tragedy and sorrow fashioned the fabric of history in which the soldier shown as an example of knightly courage and war was made a real romance. His spirit was that which at an earlier period gave the dark and bloody ground in the days of Boone, in the War of '12 and in the Mexican War immortal fame. The circumstance that he did not fall m action does not make him less a patriot or a hero than soldiers and sailors who sacrifice their lives on the actual field of battle." And so that it would be eminently fitting body Richard Caswell Saufley's JSSffiSW MMsjTiMBVWlSSMnnRla Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and other fatal ailments result from Stomach Trouble. Thousands of Stomach Sufferers owe their complete recovery to Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Unlike any other for Stomach Ailments sale by Penny's, urug store, Sta-- u, Ky., and druggists everywhere. Auto-Intoxication, memorates the heroes of the Mexican War, and within the range of the , whippoorwill's call from the loss. monument, to Daniel Boone. Per(From Lancaster Record) haps, some time, when pioneers of aviation have become properly esKentucky, as well as the Nation, teemed the State cemetery may claim laments the untimely death of Lieut. the body of Lieutenant Saufley. Richard Caswell Saufley. He was performing a much needed service in (From Louisville Times) our navy. He was a young man of Lieu:. Saufley was the Navy's most great promise and the diligence and experienced and expert aeronaut. In success with which he was working altitude and duration of flight the Navy's records are those set by him. for his country made him the pride His dejth cannot be set down to in of his State. should have been laid to rest within sight of the white shaft that com- competence, or, as lias so often been the case with the army, to niggardliness on the part of the Government. The machine in which his fatal flight was made was of the newest type put, as it was thought, to thorough and satisfactory test. His death is to be set down to the perils of the service. With the odds against him he risked his life once too often. Like Beachey and a score of others of America's most brilliant aviators, the gamble with death in the end turned against the player. But the State that bore him and the country in whose service his life was held so small a thing would tender to those of his blood and flesh who mourn him most the assurance of their pride in his. achievement, their gratitude for the example set in his conception and performance of duty and their sympathy in a common (iJU3 HI j vT i j ' fS I jLl Welch's! mwmiiiiiiiiiimnKiniiini'iiiHm '"'"""""'"' -- - - y " - -- y The Kiddies Favorite Fountain : rM rk..!.l. service, r uuoa, ui vduiun. C 1 i 1,001, r iverresnmg unnKS 1 rr PENNY'S DRUG STORE, STANFORD of Agriculture. Mount Mitchel is nearly 7,000 feet above the sea level. It is a very satisfactory camp site in every particular. in the United States forests in North Copies of this booklet and inforCarolina. mation with regard to round trip Much of the data contained in this farts, etc., will be gladly furnished booklet is furnished by the Forest on application to B. H. Todd, D. P. Service, United States Department A., Louisville. "CAMPING ON MT. MITCHEL" The Southern Railway has issued a very complete booklet containing 31 pages of descriptive matter with regarding places for summer camps Premium List of Brodhead, Ky., Fair, August ! 16-17-- 18, 1916 5.00 5.00 .... 5.00 5.00 5.00 7.00 10.00 5.00 7.50 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.U0 FIRST DAY Wednesday, August 16, 1916 LADIES' DAY I ALL LADIES ADMITTED FREE FARM PRODUCTS 1st. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 2nd ? .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. Best one peck wheat Best 12 ears white corn Best 12 ears yellow corn Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best peck oats v peck rye peck green beans peck sweet potatoes peck irish potatoes peck onions peck turnips $2.50 0 -- , L50 2.50 0 0 peck beets -. peck tomatoes .. 1.00 peck home dried apples 1.00 one-ha- lf dozen cucumbers k. 1.00 and largest three heads cabbage display vegetables (variety consid.) 2.00 Entries in ring No. 16 must be separate; not to interfere with any other ring. .50 1.00 .. 17. Best and largest 12 apples .50 1.00 18. Best and largest 12 peaches .50 1.00 19. Best and largest 12 pears .50 1.00 20. Best six bunches of white grapes . .50 1.00 21. Best six bunches of black grapes 1.00 2.00 22. Best watermelon Special Premium by S. F. Bowman. County Court Clerk, Rock meions; castle county. (Mr. cowman gets Dotn 50 l.UU 23. Best musk melon .50 1.00 canteloupe 24. Best .50 1.00 25. Best pumpkin to variety 26. Best display of fruit, due regard quality and quantity to be displayed sep1.00 2.00 arate from any other ring .50 jl.00 27. Best two pounds cured tobacco . .50 1.00 28. Best one dozen heads broom corn.. 1.00 .50 29. Best 6 stalks sugar cane .50 1.00 largest 12 stalks millet- .30. Best and .50 1.00 timothy 31. Best 24 stalks .50 1.00 32. Best 24 stalks clover dozen stalks alfalfa, age con33. Best one-ha- lf 1.00 .50 sidered 0 .0 prize-winning 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. L00 1.00 0 .. L00 Nicest fancy apron Nicest crochet baby cap Nicest article in embroidery Neatest made sun bonnet Nicest pillow cases with crochet Prettiest sofa pillow Best dressed doll by girl under 13 Nicest collection of crochet edgings, not less than three kinds 83. Nicest hair pin trimming not less than yard 84. Nicest embroidered handkerchief 85. Prettiest boudoir cap 86. Prettiest crochet portieres 87. Nicest towel with crochet 88. Prettiest geranium, in pot 89. Prettiest fern, in pot 90. Prettiest foliage plant, any kind 91. Nicest night gown 92. Nicest and best button holes on garment 93. Nicest tatting 94. Nicest pin cushion 95. Nicest center piece SPECIAL RINGS Prettiest corset cover .75 .50 .50 1.00 ? JL.00 '.50 .25 .25 50 50 I MITT.F.5 L00 1.00 1.00 .75 .50 .50 .75 1.00 .75 1.00 1.00 1.00 .75 .50 .50 .50 .50 132. 133. 134. 135. 1.50 136. .50 136 .50 137. .25 .25 137 Best Best Best Best Best Best Best mare horse mare mule colt under six months colt under six months. and mule colt by her side over one and under two mule over two and under three mule any age pair mules any age 3.00 5.00 2.00 2.50 .25 138. .50 .50 .50 .50 j.50 150 .50 25 25 25 25 JACKS AND JENNETS Best jennet any age Best jack any age 139. 140. SPECIAL RINGS 5.00 lady rider, professionals barred Best Best gentleman rider, professionals barred 5.00 HORSES FOR GENERAL PURPOSES Forced Sale Our Complete Stock of 141. 142. 143. 144. 1st 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. 2rd U)0 HARNESS CLASS Best mare or gelding one year and under two, shown with halter. 5.00 Best mare or gelding, 2 years anduinder 3 5.00 7.00 Best mare or gelding any age Best double team regardless of sex or own1 .!. ership 15.00 -. .- 3.00 3.00 3.00 5.00 3.00 5.00 3.00 Prettiest twins, boy or girls, under 3 years 2.00 1.50 Prettiest girl baby, under 18 months 1.50 boy baby, under 18 months Prettiest Best boy rider, under Best girl rider, under Fanciest single pony boy and girl, pony not 15 15 .5 Tbj .145. : 2.00 years 2.00 years turnout, driven by over 50 inches high 5.00 1.00 K 1.00 2.00 DRAFT CLASS Best mare or gelding any age Best pair mares or geldings MODEL CLASS 7.00 10.00 10.00 AUTOMOBILE TIRES ACCESSORIES And Best stallion, mare or gelding any age SADDLE CLASS v COMBINED CLASS 102.' Best combined saddle or harness mare or gelding, must be shown under saddle and 5.00 harness (Rockcastle county) 103. 104. Best running walker Best stallion, 3 years old and under 3.00 ROADSTER CLASS 7.00 7.00 3.00 3.00 SUPPLIES Must be sold by the first day of July. Will also tell our WALKING CLASS Best running walker (Rockcastle county) 5.00 DRAFT, MODEL OR FANCY CLASS Best team, regardless of sex or ownership," .3.00 fjL. Best roadster stallion, mare or gelding, 2 years and under 3 10.00 SWEEPSTAKE ROADSTER CLASS 35.00 Best stallion, mare or gelding, any age $20.00 to 1st; $10.00 to 2nd; $5.00 to 3rds 5.00 (Rockcastle county) SADDLE CLASS 105. five-gait- 5.00 3.00 3 " CAKES 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. This .: black cake Angel food cake . plain white cake cocoanut cake (layer) marshmallow cake (layer) Devil's food cake (layer) chocolate cake (layer) Prettiest decorated cake of any kind stallion, mare or gelding, Best (must walk, trot, canter, rack and either pace or running walk) (Rockcastle horses 5.00 only) ed 3.00 .52 THIRD DAY Friday, August 18, 1916 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. Best Best Best Best Best Best Best v 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 .50 .50 .50 .50 50 50 .50 .50 .50 106. .50 .50 .50 .50 1.00 ROADSTER RING Best stallion, mare or gelding, any age 10.00 5.00 SECOND DAY Thursday, August 17, 1916 1st 7.00 Best mare colt under 6 months old 7.00 Best horse colt under 6 months old . Best mare and colt by her side 10.00 Best stallion, mare or gelding 1 year and 7.00 under 2 ., - Best stallion and 2 or more of his colts 10.00 Best mare and family of 2 or more colts 10.00 COMBINED CLASS 2nd 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 5.00 3.00 5.00 5.00 COMPLETE MACHINE OUTFIT Including Lathes, Sharpener, Automatic Tool Grinder and Electric Motors, Power Drills, and in fact the most complete garage machine equipment in this section of the State. This entire outfit must be sold by July 1, in order to settle up our business. PIES lemon pie Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best custard pie cherry pie peach pie one one ., .... POULTRY AND STOCK DEPARTMENT only one entry is maeh)58. .25 No entrance fee in this department. If where two premiums are offered only the second will be Paidft59. .25 .25 POULTRY SHOW .25 2nd i 1st .25 .25 .50 .50 107. 108. 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. loaf one BREAD dozen corn "muffins . dozen biscuits light bread 1 dozen tea cakes 1.00 1.00 PRESERVES Best peach preserves 1.00 t .50 pear preserves 1.00 Best .50 Best cherry preserves .50 1.00 Best apple preserves 1.00 .50 Best display, not less than five kinds. 2.00 ring is to be independent of all other rings. Entry on 117. any ring to be final and cannot be transferred to another. 118. JELLIES 50 50 50 50 Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best pair Barred Plymouth Rocks pair White Wyandottes pair Black Minorcas pair White Leghorns pair White Orpingtons pair Black Langshans pair Buff Cochins pair Rhode Island Reds turkey, any breed pair chickens, any breed : 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.50 .5(q 50? 60. .50;JL61. .50V .50 .50 .50 162. .50 Best mare or gelding any age 15.00 Best stallion any age 15.00 Consideration Judged by form, style, action, endurance, age and for ordinary gen- - -eral use. SADDLE CLASS Best stallion any age Best running, walker, regardless 1 or sex ". HARNESS CLASS 15.00 5.00 f of age 10.00 15-.0- 3.00 5.00 Best stallion .75 2.00 2.00 5.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 CATTLE Best bull calf under six months 5.00 Best bull calf over six and under 12 mo. 5.00 -- 55. Best apple jelly 56. Best grape jelly 57. Best pear jelly J. 58. "Best blackberry jelly 59. Best honey comb, not less than 3 pounds.... 60. Best quart sorghum 61. Best quart sweet pickles, any kind 62. Best display canned fruit 63. Best quart grape wine . 64. Best quart blackberry wine 65. Best quart home-mad- e apple vinegar 66. Best quart cucumber pickles 67. Best display cut flowers 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. HAND MADE ARTICLES Fanciest quilt Nicest calico quilt : Nicest crochet counterpane Nicest crochet yoke Nicest table runner, crochet Nicest kitchen apron, sensible and neat. 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00" 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 119. 120. .25 121. .25 122. .25 .25 .50 123. .50 124. .50 1.00 .50 .50 125. .50 126. .50 .50 127. .50 128. .50 129. .75 130. .50 .50 131. .50 Best Best Best Best ' bull any age uf...10.00 heifer calf under six months ... 5.00 heifer calf over 6 and under 12 mo. 5.00 cow any age.. 7.00 BEEF CLASS Best cow any age 7.00 Best herd to consist of aged bull, two cows ' and two calves, any age 10.00 JERSEY CLASS Best cow any age 7.00 Best herd to consist of aged bull, two cows and two calves, any age 7.00 SHEEP buck any age . ewe any age pair buck and ewe two lambs buck and ewe under 12.... SWINE Best sow and not less than four pigs, any breed, pigs must be under three months...., Best Best Best Best 3.00 2.00 4.50 2.00 " 3.00 5.00 3.00 3.00 SPECIAL CLASS Fanciest turnout, lady and gentleman in single or double rig, decorations not con7.00 sidered (stallions barred) ppecial by W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner Garrard ty, Lancaster, Kentucky 64. Prettiest lady on grounds at 3 o'clock in 5.00 afternoon 165. Ugliest man attending fair, from any county ..:. 3.00 66. Best walk, trot or canter, mare or geld- ing 15.00 k L67. Fanciest harness rig mare or gelding 10.00 Consideration Style, action and graceful movement. 68. Best pony and rig. Pony must be shown in harness and under saddle 5.00 69. ROADSTER MULE RACE Bes roadster mule, either sex. 5.00 Considerations Speed, style, durability ' and way of going. j ROADSTER HORSES 3.00 Coun- - Several Good Second Hand Automobiles and Motorcycles 2.00 5.00 3.00 t Low Prices 2.00 Conn & Arnold Temporary Location Mahan & Bethurum's Garage, Fourth Street, 2.50 1.00 1.00 1.50 1.00170. 1.501 V oZfL Best roadster stallion, mare or gelding, 50.00 anyage DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY 3.50 $25.00 to 1st; $15.00 to 2nd; $5.00 to 3rd. Consideration Speed andendurance. ti " r V" VJ3TW -- ''' " iTrt !". t1 tjsh trw - - Lie - ' - - , j The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, June 30, 1916'. Farm and Stock News V m gy ,' - Mr. Farmer It is time you were seeing about that You've been thinking of building for some time. In no other way can you obtain such feed economy for your stock. You cannot spend any money on your farm to SILO W. R. Gaines, of Crab Orchard, sold four heifers to Paul Finch there last week for 145. G. W. Logan bought this week 50 head of sheep from Brown & Lawson of Lancaster, paying $7.50 for them. Mayne & Brazie held a sale of Herefords at Harlan, Iowa, and sold 50 head that averaged $900. Lambs in Kentucky are unusually heavy this season because of the abundance of white clover. J. Tudor & Son, of Iowa City, la., made an average of $526 on 51 head of Aberdeen-Angu- s cattle. 750-pound J. F. Gover bought of J. H. Jones steers of Knox county, 35 better advantage. And the only kind of silo to have is a Concrete Silo Which is there forever when you have it made PHILLIPS BROS., STANFORD, at 7 4 cents They were shipped in this morning. At the Shorthorn sale of M. W. Myers, of Beaman, Iowa, 45 head sold at an average of $288. The top price was $860. N. F. Brent, of Paris, recently sold 38 head of 230 pound hogs to Caywood & McClintock, of Paris, at $9 per hundred pounds. Lloyd Beeghley, of Weston, W. Va., recently sold to J. O. Southard, of Comisky, Kas., a thirty-day-ol- d Hereford bull calf for $1,000. A 17,712-acr- e ranch in Bailey county, Texas, has been purcharl by Joe H. Jennings, of Martindale, Texas, and he will stock it with Herefords. Ed 0. Gooch, of Crab Orchard, sold eight head of medium steers to Paul Finch, of the East End at six and a half cents a pound. They averaged 500 pounds. Clyde Rice, of Bourbon, bought 11 head of Southdown ewe lambs from Jonas Weil, at $7.50 per head. Mr. Rice bought the lambs for breeding purposes. 1-- - ? " We Believe the Maxwell is Greatest Motor Car Value on the Market UT our opinion would not be of any particular importance to you if it did not coincide with the facts. We only want you to look the market over carefully. Then we absolutely know that you will agree with us. In the first place there is the remarkable Maxwell engine. No four cylinder motor of its size has more "pep" or go to it regardless of the price of the car it drives. It will climb hills on high gear in a manner that will astonish you. It is quiet and works day in and day out with a sound, businesslike hum that is good to hear. 1 ': : KY. CENT -A- -WORD ADS (Ads here are i cent a word each issue, cash villi order: no ad. less than 25c each issue.) TALK to W. H. Higgins, M. Sabel & Sons, Louisville, purchased the Dallusburg wool pool of something like 16,000 to 18,000 pounds, at the following prices, 26 cents, 35 cents and 40 cents. Dr. W. W. Wash, of Lawrence-burrecently sold to Walter Watts, of Waddy, Ky., the chestnut yearling colt, Lillard's Choice, by Highland Lee and out of Betsey P., for $250. g, Paul Finch, proprietor of Drake's about Creek Stock Farm in the eastern end of the county, sold 93 head of hogs 52-tbale ties. f to V. A. Leai of Garrard a short time ago at $8.25 a hundred. They FOR SALE Nice spotted pony. averaged 175 pounds. Mrs. Joe McAlister. Phone 169 M. E. R. Bradley has purchased Black Coffee from Frank E. Brown, WE are still giving wonderful bar- for $2,000. Last fall Mr. Bradley gains in our y sale. Robinson's sold Begian Troopers and Black Coffee to Brown, and is now buying him FOR SALE Ford touring car, back again. 1915 model. In good condition. For Paul Finch, who specializes on the information call at this office. 50-2- t. 15-da- Any engineer will compliment the design of the chassis. And those who are not engineers cannot fail to note its simplicity and staunch construction As for what it is made of, we can truthfully say that better material cannot be bought. FOR SALE. An liall clock. Mrs. J. H. Barker, ed Hus-tonvill- e. 51-- 2 big Duroc hogs, shipped a sow to a party at Mangum, Okla., last week, which he sold for $100. He sold a boar pig to the same party for $30. Mr. Finch has the right kind four-year-o- ld of stuff and always gets top prices AUTOS and busses will run to and for his fancy swine. from the Littlejohn shows at the waAt the sale of Bellas Bros., at terworks next week at 5c each way. Maryville, Mo., June 22, 42 registered Shorthorns sold for a total of Horses to break; to $45,506, an average of $1,083 to the WANTED. drive and ride. Satisfaction on all. head. The highest price of the sale Write me or see me. Thos. Hackley, was paid by McMillan, of Wisconsin, 50-- 3 Stanford, R D. 1. who gave $2,250 for a cow and calf at her side. HONEY Extracted white clover A total of 13,250 head of cattle, honey for sale at 10 cents a pound. requiring 440 cars or 12 trains of 28 Write or phone 7 y J. M. Ware, cars, constituted one of the very 51 4t. Stanford R. F. D. No. 1. largest recent cattle movements and A COMPETITIVE examination for transactions in this country. 3,250 appointment to State University of head were shipped from Glenrio, N. Kentucky, will be held in my office M.; 4,000 from Vega, Texas, and July 8th. Garland Singleton, Supt. 6,000 from Romero, Texas. The 51 2t. buyers were represented by John Kister, of Lamar, Kansas, R. C. Gaf-forHOUND A young black hound of Minneapolis, Kansas, Ace left June 18. Information concern- Crans, of Manchester, Kansas, 'and ing the dog left at this office will be Jesse Stihvell, of Lamar, Kansas. 52-- 2 paid for. Charles Roberts, of the Antioch neighborhood, near Burnside, has Druggets, just purchased the 112-acfarm of FURNITURE, laattlngs, A. J. Crawford, about 1 2 miles Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, north of Somerset on the Stanford Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-bl- pike. The consideration is said to be in the neighborhood of $5000. This 42tf Stanford is a good farm splendidly located, and Mr. Roberts being one of the WANTED to "buy at the highest farmers in the councash pice, rags, metals, etc. Will most pay freight on all shipments amount- ty intends to improve it in the near ing to 100 lbs., or more of the above future. Somerset News. r mentioned. Write for shipping cards, etc. C. L. Walker & Co., 1911 Lytle d, re 1-e, up-to-d- The operation of the car is simplicity itself the brakes are powerful the springs are long and flexible the axles are strong and the steering apparatus, like the rest of the chassis, is built to stand the most severe service the can may ever have to face, wherever or however it is used. Then if you consider looks important, and most people do, you will not find a more attractive car than the Maxwell at anywhere near the price. And it comes to you fully equipped with all the attachments you will ever want or need; electric starter and lights, demountable rims, one man top, n windshield, etc. All for $655 (five passenger touring car) or $635 (two passenger roadster). self-ventilati- ng, 5& rain-visio- We know you can't beat it. Touring Car $655 tF. O. B. DETROIT Roadster $635 ' H. C. Carpenter Local Agent At Lincoln National Bank, Stanford, Ky. . What Maxwell Owners Say: , . street, Louisville, Ky. SADDLERS, 51-- 1 CINCINNATI Hogs STOCK MARKET MULES AND COWS WANTED. One walking stallion, three to five years old; one walking stallion, two years old; three walking mares or geldings, three to six years old, 15 4 to 15 4 hands high; three walking mules, four to seven years old, 14 to 15 hands high; five grade shorthorn cows, big milkers, three to five years od. All must be perfectly sound. Give full description and lowest cash price in first letter. J. 52 3t. F. Cook, phone 47. 1-3-- Receipts 3,600; slow; packers and butchers $9.40 9.60; common to choice $6.75 8.75; pigs and lights, $6.25965. Cattle Receipts 300; slow; calves strong, $511.50. Sheep receipts 3,500; steady; lambs steady. Jack Dillon, of Indianapolis, outpointed, and was given the newspaper decision over Frank Moran, of Pittsburg, Thursday night in New York. Moran weighed 205, while Dillon weighed only 165. Mr. H. C. Carpenter, . . . ' Stanford, 'A : -- .. 4M . I have driven my new Maxwell 1,000 miles. It yields 30 miles and better to the gallon of gasoline with a full load and 200 miles to the quart of oil. My tires show no ' 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 car. A " . - . , - ' ' Station-Pho- ' . THE OLD RELIABLE' TREES Shade and Fruit Trees, Strawberry Plants, Grape Vines, Shrubs, Aspar-gu- s, Rhubarb, Hedging, etc. Every- .'. ,"-"- Very truly, . (Signed) O. L. MINKS, Proprietor Danville Stanford Bus Line j, . " REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. thing for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Free Catalogs No Agents t H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, Lexington, Ky. t ;VGall Stanford Service . ne 300 for Demonstration . - i.- - w. . . if -- rt4. r kv The Interior Journal, Stanford; KtuckylFriSaune 30, . v" : vrif--Pr 1916. Page Seven Children Cry for Fletcher's DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION SIDELIGHTS Indigestion May Be Due To Constipation NEGLECT OF IMPORTANT FUNC TION MAY SERIOUSLY IMPAIR THE HEALTH. There are many people who believe they suffer from indigestion when their discomfort really is due to a constipated condition. Bloat, with its attendant mental depression, the belching of sour stomach gases, etc., are frequently due to inaction of the bowels. Relieve the congestion and the trouble usually disappears. The use of cathartics and purgatives should be avoided, however; these shock the system unnecessarily and at best, their effect is but temporary. A mild laxative is far preferable. The compound of simple laxative herbs known as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and sold in drug stores for fifty cents a bottle, is highly recom mended. Mr. Ben. Bassin,,." 360 Madison St., Gary, Ind., thinks Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin a wonderful medicine; for four years he had a severe case of constipation and indigestion before trying Dr! Cald- sick-headac- '. SF ' '&Hfe'v'p The Kind Ycu Have Always Bought, and which has been .u. uac xmk cr qu yeurs, nas Dornetne signature or ana nas Deen maae under his personal supervision since its infancy. AllfYOT Tlrt fin A rk 1asiva va n 41iio ,. All Counterfeits. Tinit.tirTia and .Tii(!f.no.ffAni1 Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. tZ&tfZEt: Castoria is harmless for Castor Oil, Paregoric, 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 jears it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething1 Troubles and Diarrhoea, It regulates the Stomach and Bovrels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA a substitute GENUEKE . -- CASTO R A I mi ' . ALWAYS . w ry. Bears thtw j tt ;McmnTrri v n. w nf..hw. w- 'zjssSSSSSB The Kind You Have Always Bong! In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTA.JR COMPANY. NEW VORK CITY 4 HOTELS---- 4 World Famous One of the most Interesting features of the recent Democratic convention at St Louis is the fact that it took lovely woman to force the only roll call demanded on the national platform, as well as to inspire the only real excitement that marked the convention. "Votes for Women" was the issue that stirred up things. The Mexican plank, nailed in at the last minute by the platform builders, did not create a ripple. "Americanism" and "preparedness" received polite ovations, but it remained for the woman suffrage plank to start a real fracas. Headed by Gov. Ferguson of Texas, the antis endeavored to wrench the suffrage plank from the platform. But Resident Wilson's feelings on the subject, as presented to the convention by Senator Walsh of Montana, "were not to be ignored. And so, after a three-hou- r battle in which the term "political expediency" was used with telling effect, the antis were routed by a vote of 888 to 181. The vote, however, does not tell the real story of the battle", which was one of the most vigorous and picturesque ever staged at a national Democratic convention. Fifteen women delegates fought from the floor on the side of the while hundreds of their sisters waved yellow pennants and cheered them on from the balconies. A thunderstorm that almost drowned out the voices of the delegates as they answered the roll call brought both the suffrage battle and the convention to a most melodramatic finish. s, r V f . v '-- , - ntv R ea s -" A tmdA - J Estate F or Sal No. 136 Magnificent blue grass farm of 245 acres located in the heart of the rMpnt - m BENJ. BASSIN well's Syrup Pepsin which he is glad to recommend to all who suffer with stomach and bowel trouble. A bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin should be in every home for use when occasion arises. A trial bottle, free of charge, can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 Washington St., Monticello, 111. There Is more Catarrh In this sectUn of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced It a" local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Science has 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 does 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 clrjulars and ) testimonials Address: b, J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. m Tafce Hall's Family Pllh for conJLation. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS ..Between Lancaster and Stanford.. Daily except Sunday You need the time saved; I need your business One way, $1.00; Round trip, ?1.50; Special trip, $2.00 . Your patronage solicited AUTO BUS LINE ate, Salt Sulphur, Crab Orchard, Magnesia, Cistern, Etc. OPEN ENTIRE YEAR In Lincoln county, Kentucky, on the Knoxville branch L. & N., 115 miles from Louisville, 46 miles from Lexington, 139 miles south of Cincinnati MUSIC DANCING Long Distance Phone and Tele- RATES $2.00 PER DAY $10.00 graph. 4 daily mails. Ex$12.00 and $14.00 PER WEEK press. Large Auto Garage. Children Under 12 Years and Nurses Livery in Connection. Good Half Price Turnpikes in all directions. Swimming Pool. Electric Lights J. B. WILlIlS, Secretary, and own ice plant. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Croquet Baseball, Tennis, 4-a- LIGHT, AIRY Connecting Rooms, Capacity, Brick $100,000 300 Guests, Building. Finest in South. New Hot and Cold Bath Departments. Boating. Fishing. Hunting. Fox Chasing. lake 18 feet deep. One and one-ha- lf miles of Dix river. re Crab Orchard Springs. Seven varieties of water Chalybe- THE SUFFRAGE PLANK. "We recommend the extension of franchise to the women of the country by the states upon the same terms as to men." : :s It was the above little plank that inspired Gov. Ferguson of Texas to mount the platform in the Coliseum and read a minority report withholding the party support from the ladie who want the vote. That the Demo cratic party should scorn the political exigencies of the situation and defy the 12 western states in which women vote was the burden of his argument. Sharing the same opinion with him were C. L. Bartlett of Georgia, Stephen B. Fleming of Indiana and e "Jim" Nugent of New Jersey, the enemy of President Wilson. This trio signed the minority report with the Texan. Lined up against Gov. Ferguson, who acted as spokesman for the minority, were Senator Stone of Missouri, Senator Pittman of Nevada and Senator Walsh of Montana. Senator Walsh did not mince matters in his argument for the adoption of the suffrage' plank. He stated plainly the adoption .of the plank was necessary as a matter of political expediency, adding that the present political situation in this country was a condition and not a theory. "The states in which women vote control 91 votes in the electoral college," he said, adding significantly, "every political party has declared for woman suffrage in some way or other. It becomes a simple question whether you will incur the enmity of these women. "Now, my friends," he continued, "as late as 1907 there were but two states west of the Missouri river that returned Democratic senators and now we have 15 of them. The question is, are you ready to surrender the 15 votes you have in the United States senate and turn them over to your political enemies?" In conclusion. Senator Walsh said that he revealed no secret when he said President Wilson knew all about the suffrage plank. "The president believes it vital to his success- that--it stay in the platform," he said. "I ask you in all the fervor of my soul, who is there wiser or more patriotic than he?" Following Senator Walsh's speech, Gov. Ferguson was allowed five minutes for rebuttal. The vote was then taken and his minority report voted down, after which the original suffrage plank, as approved by the resolutions committee was unanimously adopted. The Women Delegates. The presence of the 15 women delegates at the Democratic convention not only added color to the affair, but changed the views of a numbervof the men delegates on the subject of political activity for women. For the women delegates were a fine, wholesome-looking lot and they fought just as enthusiastically for the best interests of the party as the men. Three of them. Miss Mary E. Foy of California, Mrs. T. S. Talliaferro of Wyoming, "and Mrs. W. A. Harris of Kansas, spoke before the resolutions committee in favor of the suf frage plank which the National Amer lean Woman Suffrage 'Association presented to the convention. One of the other delegates, Mrs. Teresa E. Graham, of Idaho, was nominated by the National Democratic committee to be one of the committee that will notify Marshall of his nomination. old-timVice-President of accidents that are constantly ocA modern equipped office. Somno-forcurring from this cause. T,he United anesthesia and orthodontia a States, it is said, is the only civilized specialty. Phone 33, Hustonviile, Ky. country in the world that places no penalty on trespassing on raidroad tracks and cars. T. Wa PENNINGTON, DENTIST i'ER--- Tr a. driinjiAij now to Nov. 10th, after the election, the Myers House Flats Stanford, Ky. I. J. can give you the I. J. one year, Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 the Louisville Evening Post to Nov. 10th and Home and Fawft one year, J. B. all for $2. Some of the leading raii;oads of Stanford, Ky. the country are urging somL sort of corrective legislation to kefea people from trespassing on railroaa property thus hoping to minimize the number DENTIST C. H. MOSER Phone 237 CHAS. HART m best farming section of the county only 1 2 miles from good town and 2 2 miles from nearest railroad shipping point. Over 200 acres of this farm is in good grass and over 100 acres of this in blue grass sod and as fine timothy meadows as you can find anywhere. Large two story frame building of six rooms, spacious halls etc., large barn and all other necessary Splendid outbuildings. water, two large pools, several never failing springs, welts and cisterns. This is an ideal stock farm. Loeated in good graded school district, splendid community, faces pike for about 2 mile and can easily be divided into two farms. The whole farm lays well and all can be cultivated. There is no waste land on the place. There is a three room tenant house, splendid large orchard. The owner of the farm adjoining this place has refused $125.00 per acre and land all around this farm has been selling for from $110.00 to $125.00 per acre. For quick sale price only $100.00 per acre. Terms one third cash and balance in one and two years. This blue grass sod is as rich as ice cream and will grow anything you put or it. It would make bumper ctods ic hemp, tobacco etc. 1-1-- 1-- No. 138 180 acre farm one and one-ha- lf miles from Lebanon, Kentucky. Has large three story 12 room residence, halls, bath, toilet etc. Hardwood finish and has two brick walls thru the building. House wired for gas or electricity. Three large good barns etc. All buildings in first class condition. Water all thru the house and no better watered farm anywhere, in every field. This is in a fiine neighborhood close to school Orchard has 300 and churches. trees of all kinds of choice fruit. About 50 acres in cultivation and balance in grass of which 40 acres is virgin soil. We have photographs of this farm and all buildings on file in our office. This place is on two pikes and can be easily divided. Will sell as whole or will put 120 acres with all improvements. There is no finer farm or home in Kentucky than this place. Money has been spent lavishly on this magnificent home and large barns etc. The owner has made up his mind to take his loss and the place has got to go. It must go in the next ninety days. It will pay you to look into this proposition. The price is certainly right and the terms are easy. A fortune has been spent in improving this place and some one will get the benefit for a song. 25 acres. Two story six room dwelling built within the last two years. PERKINS Rooms 28-2- 9, DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. KY. tfhone 214 METAL SHINGLES Ife'i -- have solved ouiznoof 4 MffvrvATt OF BOURBON v W. W. BURGIN DENTIST Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Crab Orchard ,' K H Wevare'hroukwiih leaks andrepairs and ourhouse Js Improved m appearance. i&- - vroniem. mm POULTRY Thursdaysr Fridays and Saturdays at Stanford Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding CURE down the throat of a eaplne chicken, destroys the worms Chautauqua Is Coming! Is your and done. Bath-roo- m THE STORMPROOF ROOF Jror SnJe by PREVENTS DISEASE BOURBON POULTRY and saves'the chick's life. A few drops In the drinkine water cures ani in order. See W. K. WARNER get your sanitary plumbing Phone 188, Stanford, Ky. Forthe treatment of White Diarrhoea In chicks and Blackhead and other diseases in turkeys CURE HAS NO EQUAL 12 WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. One 50c bottle makes gallons of medicine. Hail Insurance Tobacco and Hemp, All Growing Crops. -- "I am a large breeder of fancy Dealer In poultry and show birds., I have been using Bourbon Poultry Cure for the past seven years and never lose a Cemetery Hill, Stanford, Ky. chicken with disease, and I attribute Closed on Saturday Phone 164 my success to the use of this wonspeak from experience when I say it cures. I heartily recommend it to my poultry raising friendo in this and adjoining counties, as the greatest remedy I have ever used for the cure and prevention of poultry diseases." Jno. O. Reid, Stanford, Ky. rinnc rlicoQco HARRY JACOBS- - Fine Monumental Work Livery and Auto Service derful remedv. Have cured several bad cases of roup and other inf ec-- 1 with it- - Thorofnrfl T ! TALK WITH Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Buggies; Open Day and Night. Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Trial, We Will Please You. H. H. Carter, Manager. Phone 5T CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. 1 No. 139 JESSE D. WEAREN, THE INSURANCE MAN, Sold in Stanford by The John M. Casey, D. V. M. Lincoln Pharmacy TO THE PUBLIC made-to-order Veterinary Surgeon Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College (Rec. by U. S. Gov.) Office. Stanford, - Kentucky. SEE E. T. PENCE 1 Kentucky clothing house int this country Ed V. Price &' Co., Chicago 111. Auto Bus Between My experience In measuring and directing the making of your clothes, Danville and Stanford gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will Daily Except Sunday give me your order, I will promise you a square deal. You will get the Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. worth of ycur money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at My SPRING and SUMMER line of 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. samples-- is now ready for your in- Bundles and Packages Carried at Low Charges spection. Call and let me snow you. O. L. MINKS, Proprietor H. C. RUPLEY. The Practical Tailor. I represent the largest and best Danville, - Farris' Stable Concrete back porch, concrete cellar and walks and concrete wall in front of house. Two hen houses and other necessary out buildings. Well at house and well in barn yard with concrete trough. All buildings practically new and fencing in fine shape. About 12 acres in cultivation and balance in pasture. Price $3500.00. One half down and balance in 1 and two years. This farm located on State Road. room cottage Good well at house, never failing springs etc. All This in cultivation and pasture. place located on the Main street of good town. Price $4500.00. Terms 45 acres. Seven dwelling, barns etc. No. 140 J. iLmLn C. M'CIary 31 SbLLhILLLLLLLLLLLHbLE J. L. Beazley & fp right. Co. For McCormack Binders, Mowers, Rakes and Repairs. See the latest style Mowing Machines Before you buy. .1 7 .Bl Hughes & McCarty REAL ESTATE STANFORD,' - - KENTUCKY' Undertaker Office Embalmer Undertaker Home Phone 35 KY. Embalmer Phone 167 STANFORD, Phone 42, Stanford, Ky. vtaa?JMig'srrcai